Mike Mignola (W), John Arcudi (W), Scott Allie (W), Max Fiumara (A), Sebastian Fiumara (A/Cover), Dave Stewart (C).

On the run at the end of the world, Abe seeks the truth about his own connection to the plague of monsters threatening to wipe out mankind. But is Abe’s real goal to uncover the truth, or to run from it? Also seeking answers is a necromancer whose deal with the Devil was forfeited when Hell collapsed in Hellboy in Hell. Collected in paperback for the first time, revisit Abe Sapien’s adventures above and below the waves. Collects Abe Sapien volumes 3-5.

440 pages, $29.99, in stores on Nov. 16.


Guerrilla Games (W/A)

A dynamic full-color hardcover featuring concept art and creator commentary chronicling the development of the next adventure in the epic Horizon saga.

Follow Aloy on her next adventure with this beautiful chronicle created by Dark Horse Books in association with Guerrilla Games! The Art of Horizon Forbidden West uncovers the mysteries of a lost world with all new behind-the-scenes artwork and intimate developer commentary. Relive the unforgettable tale. Deluxe edition contains exclusive slipcase and cover treatments, and a gallery-quality lithograph print!

208 pages, $49.99 (Deluxe edition, $99.99), in stores on Nov. 2.


Gearbox (W/A)

A fantastic, full-color, oversized hardcover that chronicles the making of Gearbox’s genre-mashing looter shooter! Go beyond the Borderlands with The Art of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands! Embark on a chaotic adventure that reimagines a cast of unforgettable characters as players journey through the Wonderlands. Admire the details of Tiny Tina’s tabletop world in this handsome hardcover filled with the unique concept art of the environments, creatures, weapons, and characters we all know and love from the minds behind the Borderlands franchise!

192 pages, $49.99, in stores on Nov. 2.


Corinna Bechko (W), Beni R. Lobel (A), Wes Dzioba (C), Mark Molchan (Cover).

Mo’at and the Tawkami Clan try botanical and herbal antidotes on Grace’s idle avatar, while back in her human body at Hell’s Gate, Grace and her team of scientists find the source of the infection . . . but who is to blame?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 7.


Kentaro Miura (W/A).

Griffith’s new Band of the Hawk assume their unholy forms to battle the monstrous Kushan emperor and his horde of demons, leaving the terrified Midland citizenry to wonder if their rescuers are another horrific curse. Meanwhile, Guts and his companions seek refuge on a small island that is not the safe haven they’d hoped for—it’s a sinister place watched over by an ancient, vengeful god whose power is about to be unleashed! Collects Berserk volumes 34-36, including three fold-out color posters.

664 pages, $49.99, in stores on Nov. 9.


Kentaro Miura (W/A/Cover)

The world of manga was devastated by the May 2021 death of Berserk creator Kentaro Miura. But Miura-sensei left behind one final volume to cap his thirty-plus-year commitment to his signature vision, a fitting curtain call for the beloved series, filled with joy, sadness, and laughter.

Though released from the prison of her mind, Casca cannot escape the reminders of the terrors she has experienced. And nothing triggers these harrowing memories more than Guts the Black Swordsman, who faced those same horrors in his relentless quest to see Casca healed. But could the reappearance of a strange, mute boy be the key to bringing peace to Casca’s troubled soul?

176 pages, black and white, $14.99, in stores on Nov. 2.


Zack Kaplan (W), Wilton Santos (A), Jason Wordie (C), Adam Gorham (Cover)

Mysterious and massive Cube spaceships from another dimension materialize over our cities around the globe. They routinely abduct teenagers to be held inside their floating prison ships. And the world accepts it as inevitable. But not Liam Watts. His younger brother has been taken. And Liam is tired of “thoughts and prayers.” Now, in a “take back our future” anthem, Liam must assemble a skilled team of ordinary high school students and in just a few weeks, they must plan a heist to infiltrate the high-tech spaceship a mile in the sky. But what they’ll find there will throw their plans into turmoil and challenge their resolve. How do you break out of a prison that’s not even from this world? Collects issues #1-#4 of the series.

194 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 9.


Brian Michael Bendis (W/Cover), Mark Bagley (A)

The first creator-owned book by Ultimate Spider-Man cocreators Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley, Brilliant tells the story of a handful of college-age geniuses who challenge each other to solve the mystery of superpowers. Can the best and brightest change science fiction into science fact? And if so, how will the world at large react? Brilliant is a thriller of the highest order. It is a story of how true power can either destroy or protect the strongest of friendships. It is the story of how the world will react when our true potential is finally unlocked. Collecting Brilliant #1-5.

176 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 2.


Mike Mignola (W), Angela Slatter (W), Valeria Burzo (A), Michelle Madsen (C), Wylie Beckert (Cover), Vanesa Del Rey (Cover).

When Sara May Blackburn headed for New York after the events of Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: The Return of Effie Kolb, she had one goal in mind: find the mysterious Miss Brooks at the Linton School for Girls, and ask her what she knows about the mysterious powers that have plagued Sara May her whole life. But as is often the case with these things, the answers are not as simple as all that. Sara is in for an education in more than just reading, writing, and 'rithmetic at the Linton School.

Hellboy creator Mike Mignola partners with celebrated author Angela Slatter and artist extraordinaire Valeria Burzo for a new adventure from the world of Hellboy!

Continues the story of a fan-favorite character from The Return of Effie Kolb.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 14.


Bartosz Sztybor (W), Roberto Ricci (A/Cover), Fabiana Mascolo (C), Max Fiumara (Cover)

To submit to weakness or to defeat it – Arturo finds that giving in might just be the key to breaking the cycle. And if second chances exist – life can be worth choosing.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 7.


Jack Oleck (W), Al Feldstein (W), Wally Wood (A/Cover), Bernard Krigstein (A), Joe Orlando (A), Jack Davis (A), Roy G. Krenkel (A), Al Williamson (A), Marie Severin (C), Carlos Badillia (C),

Incredible Science Fiction arrives in a strange new land: the twenty-first century! Fully remastered in magnificent digital color, this far-out volume includes twenty unbelievable tales from a stellar collection of writers and artists: Jack Oleck, Al Feldstein, Wally Wood, Bernard Krigstein, Joe Orlando, Jack Davis, Roy G. Krenkel, and Al Williamson. Featuring a foreword by Mark Evanier.

248 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 2.


Sam Maggs (W), Melissa Grey (W), Kieran McKeown (P), Dexter Vines (I), Sebastian Cheng (C), Jeremy Wilson (Cover).

Explore never-before-seen stories from the world-record breaking EVE Online game, featuring fictional accounts of real in-game space battles, deep personal stories, death, and being reborn – again and again and again! A new threat has come to the New Eden star cluster, an ancient and ruthless civilization, demanding all factions either submit to conversion or die. Despite their differences in loyalties, four capsuleers battle tooth and nail to save each other and all of New Eden, hoping to buy just enough time for reinforcements to arrive.

96 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 23.


Jim Stoten (A/Cover).

A superbly rendered puzzle book packed with colorful characters and picturesque locations from the Rick and Morty multiverse. Spend your every waking moment pouring over intergalactic variations of unreality looking for Rick, Morty, their friends, foes, acquaintances, and adversaries so you can avoid considering your own existence by confirming theirs!

32 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 2.


Marc Guggenheim (W), Beni R. Lobel (A/Cover), Christopher Sotomayor (C).

When pieces of history from some of the world’s most traumatic and horrible events start appearing as fragments of time invading our world, it threatens all of human existence. One family discovers that their personal tragedy is at the center of everything, making them the only people who can help put an end to the Fragmentations.

88 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 30,


Mike Mignola (W), Thomas Sniegoski (W), Christopher Golden (W), Peter Bergting (A/Cover A), Michelle Madsen (C), and David Hitchcock (Cover B)

As Lilja and Frankenstein explore the vibrant world around them, they rescue someone who introduces them to the « new race of man. » But unbeknownst to them, evil lurks within the shadows, tracking our heroes while sowing seeds of death and destruction.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 7.


Mike Mignola (W/Cover), Tiernen Trevallion (A), Matt Smith (A), Adam Hughes (A), Zach Howard (A), Dave Stewart (C).

Travel from the Appalachian Mountains to Russia and France, and all the way back to Savannah, Georgia as Hellboy returns to take on phantoms, demons, and reanimated foes. Collected in one volume for the first time, revisit some of the most beloved Hellboy short stories, including The Return of Effie Kolb, Long Night at Goloski Station, The Seven Wives Club, Her Fatal Hour and The Sending.

Dive into these harrowing adventures with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola as he’s joined by artists Zach Howard, Matt Smith, Tiernen Trevallion, and Adam Hughes, along with colorist Dave Stewart, for a stellar fright fest!

152 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 2.


David Duchovny (W), Phillip Sevy (W/A/Cover).

When the Benadem, benevolent space gods, return to Kepler, a planet where homosapiens went extinct and all other hominid species thrived, their arrival threatens to plunge the world into chaos. West, a 16-year-old Neanderthal girl, is thrust into the conflict and her efforts – unique because of her mixed hominid heritage – not only change her life, but also reveal the merciless ambition and identity of the gods themselves.

112 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 16.


Michael Dante DiMartino (W), Irene Koh (A/Cover), Killian Ng (C).

After a refreshing sojourn in the Spirit World, Korra and Asami return to Republic City but find nothing but political hijinks and human vs. spirit conflict! A developer plans to turn the new spirit portal into an amusement park, endangering relations with the spirits. At the city’s edge, Zhu Li enlists everyone she can to aid the evacuees who have relocated there. Meanwhile, the Triple Threats’ ruthless new leader, Tokuga, is determined to unite the other triads under his rule. In order to get through it all, Korra and Asami vow to look out for each other – but first, they’ve got to get better at being a team! Collects Turf Wars parts 1-3.

232 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 16.


Tyler Crook (W/A/Cover).

From Harrow County cocreator Tyler Crook comes this supernatural fantasy about loss, power and destiny. Lupe takes off with the ancient sword to rescue Howard from the Magpie Queen and evil minions to put an end to this madness once and for all.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 21.


Kevin Smith (W), Andy McElfresh (W), John Sprengelmeyer (A/Cover), Guilia Brusco (C), Francesco Francavilla (Cover)

Felicia Dance is hiding in plain sight. The provocative social media star and shock TV sensation has one of the most recognizable faces in the world – so she can’t capture and kill the butchers who murdered her little brother and experimented on Felicia like a lab rat when she was a child. Not unless she looks like someone else. The face of justice is reshaped forever in Maskerade – an exciting new vigilante comic series from writers Kevin Smith and Andy McElfresh and artist John Sprengelmeyer, marking the dynamic debut of Smith’s Secret Stash Press imprint with his very own vigilante!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 14.


Thiago Souto (W/A/Cover),

Nico isn’t like most children. At night, when he sleeps, Nico’s dreams come to life, and he enters into a fantastic world of adventure, along with his friend, Góreck. But one night, Nico doesn’t return, and Góreck is left alone, in the darkness. To find his friend, Góreck must leave the familiar land of dreams, and enter a labyrinth of memories. Traversing a land between dreams and reality, Góreck must find Nico and rescue him, or be lost forever within the Maze. Enter a world between dreams and reality – the Maze!

224 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 16.


Matt Kindt (W), David Rubin (A/Cover), Bill Crabtree (A), Dan Brereton (Cover), Laura Perez (Cover).

Meru returns to take down The Eraser, a newly rebuilt and powerful MIND MGMT, and the dangerous and mysterious Mr. Hide whose misinformation threatens the world as we know it.

32 pages, $3.99 (Cover C, $7.99) in stores on Sept. 15.


Patton Oswalt (W), Jordan Blum (W), Scott Hepburn (A/Covers), Ian Herring (C), Francesco Francavilla (Cover)

The Stickman has done the unthinkable and murdered Kid Dusk, the sidekick to Twilight City’s premier crime-fighting vigilante the Insomniac. While the Insomniac’s superhero teammates are tearing Twilight apart, turning it into a terrifying police state – hoping to find the Stickman before an unhinged Insomniac does. D-list, blue-collar, costumed-criminals have formed an uneasy alliance to hunt down and kill the Stickman themselves in a desperate attempt to end the chaos!

32 pages, $4.99 (variant cover, $5.99), in stores on Spet. 28.


Mike Mignola (W/Cover), Warwick Johnson-Cadwell (W/A/C), Dave Stewart (C).

Join monster hunters extraordinaire and jump into eerie and whimsical Victorian-style tales of monster hunters, vampires, and supernatural sleuths in this collection of stories that is equal parts chilling and charming. In this three-part collection, Professor Meinhardt and his assistant Mr. Knox pursue the undead and Mr. Higgins tragic history; explore strange supernatural happenings with investigator Ms. Mary Van Sloan; and seek to uncover the truth of the prolific vampire slayer and one-time compatriot of theirs, James Falconspeare. Collecting Mr. Higgins Comes Home, Our Encounters with Evil, and Falconspeare from Mike Mignola and Warwick Johnson-Cadwell’s iconic team-up.

240 pages, $39.99, in stores on Nov. 30.


Ray Fawkes (W), Irene Koh (A/Cover A), Mariel Rodriguez (C), Taurin Clarke (Cover B)

Cole Cassidy confronts a mysterious figure tailing him in a train station in Romania, just before being ambushed by Talon agents! Caught in a hailstorm of enemy fire, can Cassidy afford to trust the man, or is he the one they’re really after?

32 pages, $3.99.


Neil Kleid (W), Andrea Mutti (A/C/Cover).

Ten strangers, trapped beneath the Hudson River, are forced to depend on their fellow commuters in order to survive an apocalyptic event. Those left must fight their way through more than rubble to make it to safety. But the darkness is closing in, and with it their own individual fears and paranoia. It’ll be a long road to the end of the tunnel . . . that is, if they don’t kill each other before they get there. Collects The Panic from the ComiXology Originals digital series in print for the first time.

136 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 9.


Cullen Bunn (W), Andrea Mutti (A/Cover), Vanesa Del Rey (Cover)

Cullen Bunn and Andrea Mutti return with their hit adventure tale of two worlds split between dreams and reality. Our hero continues to fall deeper into horrors of the cyberpunk metropolis on the hunt for his son while facing off against many futuristic nightmares.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 21.


Brian Michael Bendis (W), Michael Gaydos (A/C/Cover), Zu Orzu (Cover).

Pearl confronts one of the major bosses of the yakuza and takes charge of the insane mess her dead mother left her behind. But first Pearl must confront Tokyo’s most dangerous assassin. You are ill-prepared for the beautiful artwork that Michael Gaydos has brought to this yakuza epic about art, family, and the weird stuff in-between.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 21.


Tim Seeley (W), Fran Galán (A/C/Cover).

A horror saga about nostalgia, heavy metal music, hell, and redemption. More than thirty-five years after his heyday, a former heavy metal roadie must return to the backroads of America to do a job he thought he’d retired from: exorcist. But this time, he’s not saving groupies and drunk bassists. He’s trying to save his daughter.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 28.


I.N.J. Culbard (W/A/C/Cover),

Salamandre is a sweeping, evocative graphic novel from award-winning artist and writer I.N.J. Culbard (The Umbrella Academy: You Look Like Death, Everything, Brink, The New Deadwardians).

Kaspar Salamandre is a bereaved young artist who is sent to stay with his enigmatic grandfather in a land ruled under an oppressive regime, where there can be only one loved one: the Emperor.
In this land where flowers are contraband, music is illegal, and art is created in hiding, Kaspar discovers a world of art revolutionaries, espionage and the secret police. 

His search for answers will bring him face to face with the meaning of sacrifice. But, will anything bring him closer to overcoming his loss?

152 pages, $24.99, in stores on Nov. 2


Geof Darrow (W/A/Cover), Dave Stewart (C), Katsuya Terada (Cover), Fabio Moon (Cover).

It’s Auld :ang-xiety as the shaolin cowboy penetrates the dark recesses of Big Daddy Snell’s sick empire of intolerance and hate. Is the treatment, lead poisoning, worse than the cure? The cowboy will be the judge judy in this case!

32 pages, $4.99, in stores on Sept 21.


Cullen Bunn (W), Danny Luckert (A/C/Cover), Leila Leiz (A/Cover), Bill Crabtree (C), Francesco Francavilla (Cover), Fábio Moon (Cover)

Cullen Bunn, Danny Luckert, and Leila Leiz present a new horror anthology flip comic taking place in a haunted comic book shop with a twisted retailer filled with tales of terror sure to leave you with the lights on.

In Familiars: After a painful divorce, Trevor rents a house and tries to rebuild his life. Soon, he discovers that his house appears to be « haunted » by more than one spirit and the creatures begin feeding on Trevor’s feelings of anger and guilt.

In Something in the Woods, In the Dark: A husband and wife going through a tough time go on a camping trip with a few friends. As they trek further into the forest, they realize that they are being stalked. Something in the woods starts killing the camper and it may have ties to the camper’s more than any of them realize.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 7.


Frank Miller (W/A/Cover).

Deluxe HC, 8” x 12” Experience the biggest, baddest yarn the signature noir series has to offer. This edition does include the cover and pinup galleries from previous editions, featuring art from Eduardo Barreto, Brian Bolland, Geof Darrow, Gary Gianni, Paul Grist, R. C. Harvey, Russ Heath, Gil Kane, Jason Pearson, and Matt Wagner.

Deluxe edition is a slipcased hardcover that includes a portfolio with an exclusive print!

328 pages, black and white, $25 (deluxe edition $100), in stores on Nov. 2.


Cecil Castellucci (W), Megan Huang (A/Cover), Michael Atiyah (C), Jack T. Cole (Cover)

After the destruction of the Death Star, the Rebel Alliance searches desperately for a safe haven to escape from the iron grip of the Galactic Empire. Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa investigate a mountainous world that could prove useful as a new base, only to discover all is not as it seems. On the run from imperial stormtroopers, Luke and Leia must make a perilous trip across an unforgiving landscape if they are to escape capture, or worse, at the hands of the Empire. Luke and Leia versus the Empire!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 7.


Stephen McCranie (W/A/Cover).

Amy settles into her new routine of exercise, work, and chatting with Oliver, trying to put the specter of homecoming behind her. But life in the FCP is anything but boring, as she and Qiana begin unravelling the conspiracy within the agency, one which takes them all the way to the office of the Director himself! Meanwhile in Kokomo, Cassie, Tammie, and Schafer begin their own investigation into Amy’s disappearance, and far out in space, Oliver has a revelation.

240 pages, $12.99, in stores on Nov. 9.


Michael Moreci (W), Chris Roberson (W), Keith Champagne (W), Todor Hristov (A), Abel (A), Caio Filipe (A), Chris O’Halloran (C), DJ Chavis (C), Dan Jackson (C), Steve Morris (Cover).

Get the first three Stranger Things Holiday Specials all in one package. With stories that are both heartwarming and terrifying. Three separate stories good for any season: Eleven gets introduced to everyone’s favorite Christmas stories. Will tells the other boys the scariest Hawkins Halloween story ever, and officers Powell and Callahan investigate strange events they will be lucky to survive. Collects the Halloween Special, Winter Special, and Summer Special!

128 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 23.


Michael Moreci (W), Todor Hristov (A), Dan Jackson (C), Marc Aspinall (Cover)

When a leading Soviet scientist is brought in to work on a top-secret project, he comes face-to-face with the new ultimate weapon—a Demogorgon! When he tries to sabotage the project, his two kids go on the run with a double agent. The ultimate weapon may be more than the Soviets bargained for . . . Collects issues #1-4 of the miniseries.

96 pages, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 9


Matt Kindt (W/A/Cover).

From graphic novelist Matt Kindt comes this deluxe hardcover edition of the meta-spy thriller exploring the geography of espionage through interconnected short stories that can be read sequentially and out-of-order.

Super Spy is Pulp Fiction meets James Bond – fifty-two interwoven short stories about cyanide, pen-guns, heartbreak, and betrayal. Each story follows the life of a spy during World War II. Spanning the globe from Spain to France and Germany, this book takes the reader on a tour of the everyday life of the spy. From the small lies and deceptions to the larger secrets that everyone hides, Super Spy reveals the nature of espionage and how an individual can be lost and also find redemption.

This deluxe edition also collects Super Spy: The Lost Dossiers: a « secret spy activity book for grown-ups », deleted scenes, standalone spy stories, sketchbook pages, 3-D comics, spy gadget diagrams, keys to unlock secret codes hidden throughout the original book, toys and stories for you to cut out and assemble, and tons of extras from Matt Kindt.

Deluxe hardcover edition of the meta spy thriller!

448 pages, $49.99, in stores on Nov. 30


James Asmus (W), Jim Festante (W), Abylay Kussainov (A/Cover), Malachi Ward (Cover), Ellie Wright (C).

When the Weapons Retailers of America (WRA) declare The Right To Gun Ownership Begins At Conception” and take aim at arming babies, the A-B-C-team is drawn deep in the heart of Texas! Hey, kids – can you say « Outnumbered? » Plus: the tragedy of Herbert, a.k.a. Corporal Punishment. A candy coating of pop culture madness, humor, cartoonishly absurd hyper-violence, and just enough hope to keep holding on!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 6.


Stephane Metayer (W), Nicolas Safe (A), David Tako (A/Cover).

Since the death of her parents, fourteen-year-old Inez Jozlyn can’t catch a break. Still, she’s determined to make a better life for herself. After a mysterious man helps her out of a tough spot, she finds herself in the middle of a drug conflict. Along with her strange new friend, Inez will work with a young female cop with a strong sense of justice and a sword-wielding bartender to protect the streets of New York from the new drug that’s like nothing else on Earth.

Tephlon Funk! is more than a comic, it’s a cultural movement! Writer Stephane Metayer with artists David Tako and Nicolas Safe bring an action-packed thought-provoking narrative amid the beautiful backdrop of New York City in the mid 90s. Tephlon Funk! is the dopest story out there, and it’s unlike anything you’ve seen!

The illest graphic novel is taking you back to the 90s!

192 pages, black and white, $19.99, in stores on Nov. 16.


Stan Sakai (W/A/Cover), Frank Miller (A), Jeff Smith (A), Matt Wagner (A), Sergio Aragones (A), Guy Davis (A), Rick Geary (A), Andi Watson (A), and Scott Shaw (A)

Miyamoto Usagi’s journey as the rabbit ronin continues ever onward! In this definitive Usagi Yojimbo Saga collection, a new love tempts Usagi to abandon his wandering lifestyle, the origin of the demon Jei is revealed at last, and Frank Miller, Jeff Smith, Sergio Aragonés, and more contribute to the landmark Usagi Yojimbo issue #100! Stan Sakai’s evocative artwork and gripping tales continue to enthrall readers of all ages. Collects the Usagi Yojimbo volumes Bridge of Tears, Return of the Black Soul, and Fox Hunt!

600 pages, black and white, $29.99, in stores on Nov. 23.


Cavan Scott (W), Andres Ponce (A/C/Cover), Franco Riesco (C),

A supernatural epidemic is sweeping the city of Kirton—sparing no one, human or not. The screams of the infected wail through St. Lilith’s with no cure in sight. Patients are spilling into the hallways and being turned away. Dr. Nat Reeves is doing all she can, but she’s just one person. Saving the city may require drastic measures . . .

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 7.


Mike Mignola (W), Thomas Sniegoski (W), Craig Rousseau (A/Cover), Chris O’Halloran (C), Matt Smith (Cover)

The feverish Hellboy, aka the Scarlet Crab, breaks into the ghoulish “Castle Death” accompanied by his dog Mac and a surprising but familiar face. But the “castle” holds strange and dangerous occult items that do not mix well with Hellboy’s hallucinations – especially when the shadowy Brotherhood’s assassin makes his move!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Sept. 14.