Written by James Tynion IV, art and cover by Martin Simmonds, cover by Jenny Frison

Cole Turner has studied conspiracy theories all his life, but he isn’t prepared for what happens when he discovers that all of them are true, from the JFK assassination to flat Earth theory and reptilian shapeshifters. One organization has been covering them up for generations. What is the deep, dark secret behind the Department of Truth?

$3.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Chip Zdarsky, art and cover by Ramon K. Perez.

Nobody dies. In the town of Stillwater, that’s not just a promise. It’s a threat. Join superstar writer Zdarsky and Perez as they dive into a world of horror and intrigue in this new ongoing Skybound series.

$3.99, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Alex De Campi, art and cover by Erica Henderson.

Vienna, 1889: Dracula’s brides nail him to the bottom of his coffin. Los Angeles, 1974: an aging starlet decides to raise the stakes. Crime scene photographer Quincy Harker is the only man who knows it happened, but will anyone believe him before he gets his own chalk outline? And are Dracula’s three brides there to help him…or use him as bait?

$16.99, available on Oct. 7.


Written, art and cover by Nicolas Petrimaux.

What if the deadliest assassin in all of Mexico, a man with dozens of kills to his name, was actually a vacuum repairman in Arizona?

Falcon City, Arizona. Jacques Ramirez works at Robotop, the leading home appliance company in the Southwest United States. Jacques is efficient, thorough, and discreet. That last one is easy: he’s also mute. But everything changes when two members of one of Paso del Rio’s largest drug cartels stumble upon Jacques and believe him to be the deadly hitman who betrayed them in the past: the ruthless Ramirez.

Could it be that the cartel’s legendary clean-up man is really a legendary vacuum cleaner expert? Now that they’ve found him, the men of the cartel will do everything they can to kill this traitor!

$16.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Maxwell Prince, art and cover by Martin Morazzo, Chris O’Halloran.

In the early days of the pandemic, the team behind Ice Cream Man launched an online-only series of mini-comics set in the ICM universe. The project was called, predictably, Quarantine Comix. These strange little ditties were meant to tide folks over while the industry was on pause-and also raise money for struggling comic shops, with 50 percent of all proceeds donated to Comicbook United Fund/BINC.

Now, collected in everyone’s preferred format (a floppy comic book!) are all six issues of Quarantine Comix, featuring brand-new cover art and bonus stories by guest creators.

$5.99, available on Sept. 9.


Written, art and cover by Emma Kubert, Rusty Gladd. (A/CA) Emma Kubert, Rusty

This new ongoing series follows a powerful sorceress attempting to correct her greatest mistake-the creation of a magical cat that can travel through time, space, and reality. The cat threatens to unravel the fabric of the universe, doesn’t care, and just won’t listen!

$3.99, available on Sept. 2.


Written, art and cover by John Upchurch.

Lucy Claire, once a celebrated hero, is now treated as a despised miscreant. Through a series of sinister events, Lucy’s children were taken from her; she was slandered and defamed and is now broken and lost. But when an old danger re-emerges, Lucy will have to take on her hero’s mantle again in order to right the wrongs of her past and, above all else, find a way back to her children. Collects Lucy Claire: Redemption #1-5.

$16.99, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Cat Seaton, art and cover by Kit Seaton.

Happiness is an illusion when unfinished business awaits. Seven years have passed since the disastrous events of Book 1, and now it’s time for Sibylla to face her curse-breaking destiny. When Troll Kingdom soldiers arrive in the once-safe town of Fiskeby, she’s forced to flee up the Glass Mountain. But the moment she steps foot on Troll lands, she’s thrown into a jail cell, where she discovers her amnesiac ex-fiance is set to wed the Troll Queen’s daughter. Using all of her wits, she must convince the princess to turn against her own mother, or else face execution on the day of the wedding-and doom the kingdom to remain cursed forever.

$14.99, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Simon Roy, Daniel M. Bensen, art by Artyom Trakhanov, Jason Wordie, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, cover by James Stokoe

In the hot ruins of far-future North America, a slave stumbles across an ancient and bloody power. A conqueror bargains with godlike beings. A soldier tries to bring back his lost world. As the full moon approaches, the remaining humans of Earth find themselves standing between the forces that once nearly destroyed it. Collects Protector #1-5.

$16.99, available on Oct. 7.


Written by Matt Fraction, art and cover by Chip Zdarsky.

Series finale in which we skip ahead 39 issues and check in with how it all ends up a few years down the line. Spoilers: pretty okay?

$3.99, in stores on Sept. 23.


Written by Johnnie Christmas, art and cover by Jack Cole.

When Surka, a ruthless criminal warlord, escapes her prison pit, she unleashes a wave of destruction that ripples across Tartarus, a vital colony in an everlasting galactic war. Years later when Tilde, a young cadet, learns that she’s Surka’s daughter, will she continue to fight on the side of galactic order or reclaim her mother’s dark crown? Collects Tartarus #1-5.

$16.99, in stores on Sept. 30.


Written by Stephanie Phillips, art and cover by Craig Cermak.

Pirate queens Anne Bonny and Mary Read, along with their all-female crew of buccaneers, are caught between the devil and the deep blue sea as both their former pirate partners and the might of the British Empire close in on them. As the Battle of Nassau rages with cutlasses and cannons, where do the loyalties of Calico Jack Rackham lie? Will Jack be Anne and Mary’s savior or their doom.

$3.99, in stores on Sept. 16.


Written by Matt Fraction, art and cover by Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson.

On the eve of the rise and return of the greatest evil the world has ever seen, only Claire Connell and her family can save us as the mantle of Adventureman passes between generations.

$3.99, in stores on Sept. 9.


Written, art and cover by Michael Avon Oeming.

Oona encounters the dead god, Odin! With his body and mind taken over by maggot-like beings, Oona must escape from its wrath as she fights her way through his larvae children.

$3.99, in stores on Sept. 16.


Written by Jeff Lemire, art and cover by Dustin Nguyen.

« The Digital Mage, » Part Three Mila, Driller, Telsa, and the crew finally escape into space and head to the only planet in the galaxy that Mother is too scared to control…Phages!

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.


Written, art and cover by Jason Howard.

With the Preserve threatened by monsters, can even the great Apex make a difference? As Ember faces her worst fear, Gulliver shares a secret, and Martin makes a decision.

32 pages, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Greg Rucka, art and cover by Nicola Scott.

« Ascension I, » Part Three. The growing conflict between demons and witches bursts into open combat on Earth…and claims a major fatality. Each side is marshaling all around Rowan Black. Can the detective pull out of her spiral in time to lead her forces, or is she doomed to become this war’s biggest victim?

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, art and cover by Tomm Coker.

It’s the first collection of the exciting new crypto-noir series, The Black Monday Murders. « All Hail, God Mammon » pulls the covers back on the secret world of magic lying behind the largest and oldest financial institutions in the world. Collects The Black Monday Murders #1-4.

$19.99, available on August 12.


Written by Sean Lewis, art and cover by Caitlin Yarsky.

Lethe’s ravens descend on the courthouse as Perry and Hera make their way to his cell. Time continues to shift as the past reveals a deadly plot, where Benton, high on the Bliss drug, finds himself ready to kill the most important person in his life…a story of escapes and reversals emerges throughout this issue. Breaking Bad meets Neil Gaiman’s Sandman in an urban fantasy unlike any you’ve ever seen.

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.


Written, art and cover by Jimmie Robinson.

« Grab 'Em By The Rally. » Bomb Queen escapes one dangerous trap only to drop into another when she makes a surprise appearance at Trump’s campaign rally, but the shocking results make her motives suspect.

$3.99, available on Sept. 30.

CHU #3

Written by John Layman, art and cover by Dan Boultwood.

« The First Course, » Part Three Massacre at the old folks’ home! If you love elder abuse, this comic is for you!

$3.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Dan Watters, art and cover by Dani.

Love hearts! Fist fights! Rotten fruit! Having put a price on her own head, Taqa has proven somewhat death-wish-ish. Now the city’s assassins are coming for her-killers of every shape and size with every philosophical delusion under the sun.

$3.99, available on Sept. 2.


Written by Justin Jordan, art by Ben Tiesma, Mat Lopes, cover by Matteo Scalera, Moreno DiNisio.

Pinned down by Monk’s men, Bree and Dane have no way out but surrender…and Bree Hale damn sure has never surrendered once in her life.

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.


Written by Rick Remender, art and cover by Bengal.

Glory is back-and barreling toward the Mexican border in the hopes of delivering the liver transplant to save her father’s life. Time, fuel, and hope are running out, but no one outruns Glory! Collects Death or Glory #6-11.

$16.99, available on Sept. 9.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, art and cover by Mike Huddleston.

There are many assassins in the known universe, this is the story of the most well-mannered one.

$4.99, available on Sept. 9.

DIE #13

Written by Kieron Gillen, art and cover by Stephanie Hans, cover by Mike Del Mundo.

« The Great Game, » Part Three. « War isn’t a game » seems obvious. Let one of Die’s most aggressive masters explain: i) why that isn’t true ii) that war being a game only makes it worse. Can our heroes save the world? Can they save anything?

$3.99, available on Sept. 2.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Chris Burnham, Nathan Fairbairn.

Barnaby is back on American soil! Connie is not happy about this, not one bit! So she-well, you can see the cover, right? Also in this issue: Bethany and Theodore finally come home-but are they alone?

$3.99, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Chris Samnee, Matthew Wilson.

Things just keep getting worse for Owen, as it becomes clear that he cannot protect his family from his past. Whether he likes it or not, he’s going to have to face who he is, what he’s done-and who he’s meant to be…before it’s too late!

$3.99, available on Sept. 2.


Written by Jeff Lemire, art and cover by Andrea Sorrentino, Dave Stewart.

« Wicked Worlds, » Part Four. The Bishop will finally reveal the secrets of the Multiverse to Angela…if she can survive long enough to hear them!

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.


Written by Jason Aaron, art and cover by R. M. Guera.

Having somehow survived the thorns, the bizarre beasts of the field, and the primeval brutality of their former sisters, Sharri and Jael finally come face to face with the true cruelty of God’s plan for them.

$3.99, available on Sept. 9.


Written by Rodney Barnes, art and cover by Jason Shawn Alexander, cover by Bill Sienkiewicz.

« Burn Baby Burn, » Part Two. Jimmy Sangster’s worst nightmare returns when Abigail unleashes the most vicious vampire the world has ever seen. Meanwhile, James Sangster Sr. must traverse the afterlife if he’s to be reunited with his wife’s spirit… but will the ferryman of the underworld help or is he pulling Sangster deeper into Hell?

$3.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Darcy Van Poelgeest, art and cover by Ian Bertram.

Little Bird tells the story of a young resistance fighter battling against an oppressive American Empire while searching for her own identity in a world on fire. Collects Little Bird #1-5.

$19.99, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Ales Kot, art and cover by Luca Casalanguida, Heather Moore.

The crash.

$3.99, available on Sept. 2.

LOW #25

Written by Rick Remender, art and cover by Greg Tocchini, Dave McCaig, cover by Matteo Scalera, Moreno DiNisio.

« Light Brings Light, » Part Three. Does hope make a difference when the world burns? Can Stel Caine save her fractured family in time to save mankind? The penultimate issue of the hit series!

$3.99, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Kieron Gillen, Jim Rossignol, art and cover by Jeff Stokely and Tamra Bonvillain.

Ludocrats ends as it began, with the release of a 32-page comic pamphlet. We leave you with fond memories and longing. Forevermore, Ludocrats will be the comic whose name you accidentally moan when having sex with other lesser comics.

$3.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by David Hine, Brian Haberlin, art and cover by Brian Haberlin, Geirrod Van Dyke,

« Lovecraft In The Underworld, » Part Two. For Pope and Klara to save Lovecraft, they must sacrifice their own ambitions. Will The Marked superstars give up fame for the sake of one miserable, half-mad writer?

$3.99, available on Sept. 9.


Written, art and cover by Mirka Andolfo.

Andolfo’s limited series phenomenon reaches its cataclysmic conclusion. Heads will roll, scores will be settled, and everyone will face their own personal demons. Okay, we’re not telling you anything too specific, but after all, do you really want us to spoil your surprise? Just know one thing: in the end, good always wins. But who or what is « good » in this wicked and dark fairytale?

$3.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Brian Azzarello, art and cover by Eduardo Risso.

« Angels Share. » Now that she’s under Joe the Boss’s wing, Tempest’s star really starts to shine in New York. Meanwhile, super-cop Elliot Ness starts to close the trap on the wrong serial killer!

$3.99, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art and cover by Mike Henderson, Adam Guzowski.

The Nailbite is back! But how? How did Edward Charles Warren survive? And what does he have to do with the copycat Buckaroo Butchers? Finch and Alice won’t like the answers, as they realize the new nightmare is just beginning.

$3.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Marco B. Bucci, art and cover by Jacopo Camagni, cover by Mirka Andolfo.

« Wicked Game, » Part Four. Becky and the Traitors of the Crown are ready to strike! Lady Macbeth’s plan is put in motion, and there’s no turning back: on Samhain, the King will receive a most disconcerting surprise. Or will he?

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Lorenzo De Felici.

Heather Warren is enjoying a nice night at home, eating dinner, watching television – Killing Kuthaal? And seriously…where is Nathan Cole these days?!

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.


Written by Greg Rucka, art and cover by Leandro Fernandez.

Six-thousand-year-old Andromache « Andy » of Scythia, Nicolo « Nicky » of Genoa, Yusuf « Joe » al-Kaysani, and twenty-seven-year-old Nile return to the fight in the miniseries. When you’ve waged war as long as Andy and her squad, you’ve gotten your hands more than bloody. Now, the day has come to confront the sins of the past. But as Nile struggles to make peace with the team, the last person Andy ever expected to see again returns to challenge not only what Andy believes in, but what the team is willing to fight for. Collects The Old Guard: Force Multiplied #1-5

$16.99, available on Sept. 16.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Paul Azaceta, Elizabeth Breitweiser.

« The Merged, » part five. The Great Merge continues! Simon has lost so much time with his family, but he’s here now, when it counts, at the end. But maybe it’s not the end, for some.

$4.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Derek Hunter, Jason Young, art and cover by Derek Hunter.

With rumors that a mole has infiltrated the heroes’ compound flying, Gamma Rae can’t trust anyone. The only thing she can trust is her eyes-unfortunately for her, her enemy is The Unseen!

$3.99, available on Sept. 2.


Written by Justin Jordan, art by Niko Henrichon, cover by Becky Cloonan.

« The Grim After, » Part Five. The truth has been revealed. But there may be one enemy Essen Breaker can’t kill…his own past.

$3.99, available on Sept. 2.


Written, art and cover by Erik Larsen.

« Sunday Funnies. » Another wildly experimental issue wherein each doublepage spread is told in the style of a classic newspaper comic strip-from a Peanuts parody to a Dick Tracy sendup, from a Doonesbury lampoon to a Blondie satire, this issue is sure to amaze and inspire.

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.


Written by Jason Aaron, Dennis Hallum, art and cover by Stephen Green, Rico Renzi.

« The People of The Broken Moon, » Part Two. Kadyn thought being lost in the wild heavens was the most fun a kid could have. But now he’s beginning to see the true face of the deep space danger all around him. Meanwhile his father Gil, who’s been fighting every step of the way to find his son, may have finally hit his breaking point…and completely lost his mind.

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.

SPAWN #310

Written by Todd McFarlane, art by Ken Lashley, covers by Francesco Mattina, Todd McFarlane, Gerardo Zaffino.

« Consequence of Sin, » Part Two. New Heroes! New Villains! New Costume! The mysterious and dangerous army of Spawns continues to grow. First She-Spawn and Reaper! Then Medieval Spawn! Now Gunslinger Spawn has made his presence known. But who is a hero and who is a villain? And is Al Simmons strong enough to control them all? Maybe his new armor will help!

$2.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Mike Costa, art by Nate Bellegarde, Tamra Bonvillain, cover by Jason Howard.

Can Detroit survive an all-out war between the lunatic Dead Hand and an out-of-control Stealth? Meanwhile, the Men in the Light are tired of Stealth’s son, Tony, asking the wrong questions.

$2.99, available on Sept. 9.


Written, art and cover by David Hine.

David Hine’s tortured, modern gothic is a tale of pain and sorrow, obsession and damnation, of madness, death and sexual longing. The world of Strange Embrace twists and pollutes the lives of all that enter it! Collects Strange Embrace #1-8.

$34.99, available on August 12.


Written by Chris Condon, art and cover by Jacob Phillips.

« A Brother’s Conscience, » Part Three Randy suppresses dark urges while Joe Bob investigates the death of Travis Terrill.

$3.99, available on Sept. 30.


Written by Charles Soule, Scott Snyder, art and cover by Giusepppe Camuncoli, covers by Leonardo Marcello Grassi, Ryan Stegman.

« Unity, » Part Two. Journey deeper into The Undiscovered Country… guided by a familiar but unexpected face, our group treks into what was once the Pacific Northwest-a strange land where every living thing is networked together into a bizarre matrix built amid massive monuments to American technology. Hardwired secrets lurk deep in this dark place…

$3.99, available on Sept. 23.

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