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007 MAGAZINE AND ARCHIVE
007 Magazine Archive The James Bond Girls #1 (The 1960s), $13.99
007 Magazine Presents The Making Of You Only Live Twice, $34.99

451 MEDIA GROUP
NVRLND TP, $15.99

ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT
Actionverse #5 (Featuring Stray), $3.99
Athena Voltaire And The Sorcerer Pope #1 (Cover A Steve Bryant), $3.99
Athena Voltaire And The Sorcerer Pope #1 (Cover B Steve Bryant Retro Variant), $3.99
Athena Voltaire And The Sorcerer Pope #1 (Cover C Tom Fowler), $3.99
Jupiter Jet #3, $3.99

AFTERSHOCK COMICS
Animosity Evolution #4, $3.99
Babyteeth #8, $3.99
Cold War #1 (Cover A Hayden Sherman), $3.99
Cold War #1 (Cover B Juan Doe), $3.99
Jimmy's Bastards Volume 1 TP, $14.99
Pestilence Volume 1 TP, $17.99

AMERICAN MYTHOLOGY PRODUCTIONS
Stargate Atlantis Universe Annual 2018 (Cover A Greg LaRocque), $3.99
Stargate Atlantis Universe Annual 2018 (Cover B Photo), $3.99
Stargate Atlantis Universe Annual 2018 (Cover C Flashback Photo), $9.99

AMRYL ENTERTAINMENT
Cavewoman Pool Party #1 (Cover A Devon Massey), $3.99

ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Archie #28 (Cover A Audrey Mok), $3.99
Archie #28 (Cover B Thomas Pitilli), $3.99
Archie #28 (Cover C Dan Schoening), $3.99
Marvel Comics Digest #5 (Avengers Featuring Black Panther), $6.99

ASPEN COMICS
Charismagic Primer #1 (One Shot), $0.25
Charismagic Volume 2 Golden Realm TP, $14.99
Charismagic Volume 3 #1 (Of 6)(Cover A Harvey Tolibao), $3.99
Charismagic Volume 3 #1 (Of 6)(Cover B Khary Randolph), $3.99
Charismagic Volume 3 #1 (Of 6)(Cover C Romina Moranelli), AR

AVATAR PRESS
War Stories #26 (Cover A Tomas Aria), $3.99
War Stories #26 (Cover B Tomas Aria Wraparound Variant), $3.99
War Stories #26 (Cover C Matt Martin Good Girl Nose Art Variant), $3.99
War Stories #26 (Cover D Matt Martin Battle Damage Premium Variant), $7.99

BIG FINISH
Doctor Who Main Range Volume 232 The Middle Audio CD, $24.99
Doctor Who The Early Adventures Volume 4.3 The Morton Legacy Audio CD, $24.99
Doctor Who The Eighth Doctor The Time War Series Volume 1 Audio CD, $63.99
Torchwood Aliens Among Us Volume 1 Audio CD, $58.99

BLACK MASK COMICS
Calexit #2, $3.99
Quantum Teens Are Go Volume 1 TP, $12.99

BOOM! STUDIOS
Adventure Time Sugary Shorts Volume 4 TP, $19.99
Grass Kings #12 (Cover A Tyler Jenkins), $3.99
Grass Kings #12 (Cover B Matt Kindt), $3.99
Grass Kings Volume 1 HC, $29.99
Jim Henson's The Power Of The Dark Crystal #11 (Of 12)(Cover A Mark Buckingham), $3.99
Jim Henson's The Power Of The Dark Crystal #11 (Of 12)(Cover B Sana Takeda), $3.99
Judas #3 (Of 4)(Cover A Jakub Rebelka), $3.99
Judas #3 (Of 4)(Cover B Jeremy A. Bastian), $3.99
Lumberjanes Volume 8 TP, $14.99
Planet Of The Apes Ursus #2 (Of 6)(Cover A Paolo Rivera), $3.99
Planet Of The Apes Ursus #2 (Of 6)(Cover B Michael Allred), $3.99
Planet Of The Apes Ursus #2 (Of 6)(Cover C Becca Carey), $3.99
Regular Show 2018 Special #1 (Cover A Matthew Smigiel), $7.99
Rocko's Modern Life #3 (Cover A Jorge Monlongo), $3.99
Rocko's Modern Life #3 (Cover B Miguel Mercado), $3.99
Rocko's Modern Life #3 (Cover C Bachan), $3.99
Skybourne #5 (Of 5)(Cover A Frank Cho), $3.99

CAPSTONE PRESS
Good Morning Superman Board Book HC, $7.99

CHARTWELL BOOKS
Marvel The Expanding Universe Wall Chart HC, $21.99

CINEBOOK
Survivors Volume 5 GN, $11.95
Wayne Shelton Volume 5 GN, $13.95

COMIC SHOP NEWS
Comic Shop News #1600, AR

DAIKAIJU
G-Fan #118, $6.95

DANGER ZONE
Baby Badass #1 (Cover A Tim Larsen), $3.99
Baby Badass #1 (Cover B Dan Mendoza), $3.99
Baby Badass #1 (Cover C Dan Mendoza Risque Variant), $3.99
Black Betty #1 (Cover A Michela Da Sacco), $4.99
Black Betty #1 (Cover B Michela Da Sacco Battle Damaged Variant), $4.99
Black Betty #1 (Cover C Marco Maccagni), $4.99
Black Betty #1 (Cover D Marco Maccagni Tattered & Torn Variant), $4.99
Black Betty #1 (Cover E Dan Mendoza), $4.99
Black Betty #1 (Cover F Dan Mendoza Risque Variant), $4.99
Zombie Tramp #44 (Cover A Celor), $4.99
Zombie Tramp #44 (Cover B Celor Risque Variant), $4.99
Zombie Tramp #44 (Cover C Tony Fleecs), $4.99
Zombie Tramp #44 (Cover D Tony Fleecs Risque Variant), $4.99
Zombie Tramp #44 (Cover E Dan Mendoza), $4.99
Zombie Tramp #44 (Cover F Dan Mendoza Risque Variant), $4.99

DARK CIRCLE COMICS
Mighty Crusaders #3 (Cover A Kelsey Shannon), $3.99
Mighty Crusaders #3 (Cover B Phil Jimenez), $3.99
Mighty Crusaders #3 (Cover C Tom Feister), $3.99

DARK HORSE COMICS
EC Archives The Vault Of Horror Volume 1 HC, $49.99
Giants #3 (Of 5), $3.99
Jenny Finn #4 (Of 4), $3.99
Plants Vs Zombies Volume 9 The Greatest Show Unearthed HC, $9.99
Robotic Existentialism The Art Of Eric Joyner HC, $29.99
Secret Loves Of Geeks TP, $14.99
Trollhunters The Secret History Of Trollkind TP, $10.99

DC COMICS
Action Comics #997 (Cover A Brett Booth & Norm Rapmund), $2.99
Action Comics #997 (Cover B Kaare Andrews), AR
Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey #19 (Cover A Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson), $3.99
Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey #19 (Cover B Karmome Shirahama), AR
Batman And The Outsiders Volume 2 HC, $49.99
Batman Legacy Volume 2 TP, $24.99
Batman Secrets Sam Kieth Gallery Edition HC, $125.00
Batman The Dark Prince Charming Volume 1 HC (2nd Printing), $12.99
Batman The Golden Age Volume 4 TP, $29.99
Dark Knights Rising The Wild Hunt #1, $4.99
Dark Nights Metal #1 (Of 6)(Andy Kurbert Gold Signature Edition)(Dynamic Forces), AR
Dark Nights Metal Bats Out Of Hell Collection (Ethan Van Sciver Signed Edition)(Dynamic Forces), AR
DC Meets Looney Tunes TP, $19.99
DC Universe Rebirth #1 (Ethan Van Sciver Signed Edition)(Dynamic Forces), AR
DC Universe Rebirth #1 (Ethan Van Sciver Wally West Sketch Variant Cover)(Dynamic Forces), AR
Deadman #4 (Of 6), $3.99
Detective Comics #974 (Cover A Guillem March), $2.99
Detective Comics #974 (Cover B Rafael Albuquerque), AR
Flash #40 (Cover A Carmine Di Giandomenico), $2.99
Flash #40 (Cover B Howard Porter), AR
Gotham City Garage #9, $2.99
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #38 (Cover A Rafael Sandoval & Jordi Tarragona), $2.99
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #38 (Cover B Tyler Kirkham), AR
Justice League Of America #24 (Cover A Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson), $2.99
Justice League Of America #24 (Cover B Doug Mahnke), AR
Legends Of Tomorrow The Atom TP, $14.99
Mister Miracle Director's Cut #1, $5.99
New Super-Man And The Justice League Of China #20 (Cover A Philip Tan), $3.99
New Super-Man And The Justice League Of China #20 (Cover B Bernard Chang), AR
Nightwing Volume 7 Shrike TP, $24.99
Ragman #5 (Of 6), $2.99
Red Hood And The Outlaws #19 (Cover A Mike McKone), $3.99
Red Hood And The Outlaws #19 (Cover B Guillem March), AR
Scooby Apocalypse #22 (Cover A Carlos D'Anda), $3.99
Scooby Apocalypse #22 (Cover B Howard Chaykin), AR
Scooby-Doo Where Are You #90, $2.99
Shade The Changing Girl Wonder Woman Special #1, $4.99
Sideways #1, $2.99
Suicide Squad #35 (Cover A Ethan Van Sciver), $2.99
Suicide Squad #35 (Cover B Andrea Sorrentino), AR
Supergirl #18 (Cover A Robson Rocha & Daniel Henriques), $3.99
Supergirl #18 (Cover B Stanley Artgerm Lau), AR
Superman Action Comics The Rebirth Deluxe Edition Volume 2 HC, $34.99
Titans #20 (Cover A Paul Pelletier & Andrew Hennessy), $3.99
Titans #20 (Cover B Nick Bradshaw), AR
Titans Volume 3 A Judas Among Us TP, $16.99
Wildstorm Michael Cray #5 (Cover A Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz), $3.99
Wildstorm Michael Cray #5 (Cover B Johnnie Christmas), AR
Wonder Woman #40 (Cover A Jesus Merino), $2.99
Wonder Woman #40 (Cover B Jenny Frison), AR

DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT
Barbarella #3 (Cover A Vicente Cifuentes), $3.99
Barbarella #3 (Cover B Jorge Fornes), $3.99
Barbarella #3 (Cover C Caspar Wijngaard), $3.99
Barbarella #3 (Cover D Tom Feister), $3.99
Barbarella #3 (Cover E Kenan Yarar), $3.99
Barbarella #3 (Cover F Vicente Cifuentes Black & White Variant), AR
Barbarella #3 (Cover G Jorge Fornes Black & White Variant), AR
Barbarella #3 (Cover H Caspar Wijngaard Virgin Variant), AR
Hack Slash Vs Vampirella #5 (Of 5)(Cover A Chrissie Zullo), $3.99
Hack Slash Vs Vampirella #5 (Of 5)(Cover B Goran Sudzuka), $3.99
Hack Slash Vs Vampirella #5 (Of 5)(Cover C Chrissie Zullo Virgin Variant), AR
Hack Slash Vs Vampirella #5 (Of 5)(Cover D Goran Sudzuka Black & White Variant), AR
Jim Butcher's Dresden Files Dog Men HC, $24.99
Jim Butcher's Dresden Files Dog Men HC (Jim Butcher Signed Edition), $39.99
Killer Instinct #5 (Of 6)(Cover A Yildiray Cinar), $3.99
Killer Instinct #5 (Of 6)(Cover B Alvaro Sarreseca), $3.99
Killer Instinct #5 (Of 6)(Cover C Cam Adams), $3.99
Killer Instinct #5 (Of 6)(Cover D Alvaro Sarreseca Black & White Variant), AR
Killer Instinct #5 (Of 6)(Cover E Yildiray Cinar Black & White Variant), AR
Mighty Mouse Volume 1 Saving The Day TP, $19.99
Sheena #6 (Cover A Maria Sanapo), $3.99
Sheena #6 (Cover B Marco Santucci), $3.99
Sheena #6 (Cover C Dan Parent), $3.99
Sheena #6 (Cover D Cosplay Variant), $3.99
Sheena #6 (Cover E Maria Sanapo Black & White Variant), AR
Sheena #6 (Cover F Marco Santucci Black & White Variant), AR
Sheena #6 (Cover G Dan Parent Virgin Variant), AR
Swordquest Realworld TP, $19.99
Xena #1 (Of 5)(Cover A David Finch), $3.99
Xena #1 (Of 5)(Cover B Vicente Cifuentes), $3.99
Xena #1 (Of 5)(Cover C David Finch Virgin Variant), AR
Xena #1 (Of 5)(Cover D Vicente Cifuentes Vicente Cifuentes, AR
Xena #1 (Of 5)(Cover E David Finch Black & White Variant), AR
Xena #1 (Of 5)(Cover F Blank Authentix Variant), AR

FANTAGRAPHICS BOOKS
Total Jazz HC, $19.99
Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Volume 12 The Mysterious Dr. X HC, $35.00

FIRST SECOND
Cucumber Quest Volume 2 The Ripple Kingdom GN, $14.99
Cucumber Quest Volume 2 The Ripple Kingdom HC, $21.99

HACHETTE PARTWORKS
Doctor Who The Complete History Volume 62 The Ninth Doctor Stories 164-166 HC, $18.99

HEAVY METAL MAGAZINE
Narcopolis Continuum TP, $9.99

HUMANOIDS PUBLISHING
Downward To The Earth HC, $29.95

IDW PUBLISHING
Full Bleed The Comics And Culture Quarterly Volume 1 HC, $25.00
G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #248 (Cover A Netho Diaz), $3.99
G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #248 (Cover B John Royle & Jagdish Kumar), $3.99
G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #248 (Cover C Jamie Sullivan), AR
G.I. Joe The Fall Of G.I. Joe TP, $24.99
Goosebumps Monsters At Midnight #3 (Of 3)(Cover A Chris Fenoglio), $3.99
Goosebumps Monsters At Midnight #3 (Of 3)(Cover B Drew Rausch Artist's Edition), $3.99
Goosebumps Monsters At Midnight #3 (Of 3)(Cover C Robert Hack), AR
Lovecraft The Myth Of Cthulhu HC, $19.99
My Little Pony Omnibus Volume 4 TP, $24.99
Popeye The Great Comic Book Tales By Bud Sagendorf TP, $24.99
Star Wars Adventures Volume 2 Unexpected Detour TP, $9.99
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe Volume 3 Karai's Path TP, $19.99
Transformers Lost Light Volume 2 TP, $19.99

IMAGE COMICS
Angelic #6, $3.99
Bingo Love GN, $9.99
Black Monday Murders #8, $3.99
Curse Words #11 (Cover A Ryan Browne), $3.99
Curse Words #11 (Cover B Tula Lotay), $3.99
Dark Fang #4, $3.99
Death Of Love #1 (Of 5), $3.99
Ice Cream Man #1 (Martin Morazzo 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Invincible #144 (Cover A Ryan Ottley & Nathan Fairbairn), $5.99
Invincible #144 (Cover B Cory Walker & Nathan Fairbairn), $5.99
Kick-Ass #1 (Cover A John Romita Jr.), $3.99
Kick-Ass #1 (Cover B John Romita Jr. Black & White Variant), $3.99
Kick-Ass #1 (Cover C John Romita Jr. Anniversary Variant), AR
Kick-Ass #1 (Cover D Frank Quitely), $3.99
Kick-Ass #1 (Cover E Olivier Coipel), $3.99
Kick-Ass #1 (Cover F Blank Variant), $3.99
Kick-Ass The Dave Lizewski Years Volume 1 TP, $16.99
Kick-Ass The Dave Lizewski Years Volume 2 TP, $16.99
Kick-Ass The Dave Lizewski Years Volume 3 TP, $16.99
Kick-Ass The Dave Lizewski Years Volume 4 TP, $16.99
Kill Or Be Killed #16, $3.99
Lazarus X+66 #6 (Of 6), $3.99
Mage The Hero Denied #6 (Of 15), $3.99
Paradiso #3 (Cover A Dev Pramanik & Dearbhla Kelly), $3.99
Paradiso #3 (Cover B John Pearson), $3.99
Port Of Earth #4, $3.99
Rumble #3 (Cover A David Rubin), $3.99
Rumble #3 (Cover B Toni Fejzula & Marta Garatea), $3.99
Sleepless #3 (Cover A Leila del Duca & Alissa Sallah), $3.99
Sleepless #3 (Cover B Emi Lenox), $3.99
Slots #5, $3.99
Stray Bullets Sunshine And Roses #32, $3.99
Twisted Romance #2 (Of 4), $3.99
Youngblood #9 (Cover A Jim Towe), $3.99
Youngblood #9 (Cover B Rob Liefeld), $3.99

KODANSHA COMICS
Aho-Girl A Clueless Girl Volume 5 GN, $12.99
Descending Stories Volume 5 GN, $12.99
Fire Force Volume 8 GN, $10.99
Love And Lies Volume 4 GN, $12.99

LERNER PUBLISHING GROUP
Whiskers Sisters Volume 2 The Mystery Of The Tree Stump Ghost GN, $7.99

LION FORGE
Catalyst Prime Accell Volume 2 #4, $3.99
Ghost Money #7 (Of 10), $3.99

LOCUS MAGAZINE
Locus #685 (February 2018), $7.50

MARVEL COMICS
Amazing Spider-Man Annual #42 (Cover A Alex Ross), $4.99
Amazing Spider-Man Annual #42 (Cover B Mike Hawthorne), AR
Amazing Spider-Man Renew Your Vows #16, $3.99
Avengers #675 (Pepe Larraz 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $4.99
Avengers #680 (Cover A Mark Brooks), $3.99
Avengers #680 (Cover B Nick Bradshaw Connecting Variant B), AR
Ben Reilly The Scarlet Spider #14, $3.99
Cable #154 (Cover A Jon Malin), $3.99
Cable #154 (Cover B John Tyler Christopher Trading Card Variant), AR
Captain America #698 (Cover A Chris Samnee), $3.99
Captain America #698 (Cover B Bilquis Evely), AR
Color Your Own X-Men The New Mutants TP, $9.99
Daredevil Epic Collection Volume 2 Mike Murdock Must Die TP, $39.99
Deadpool #1 (Ken Haeser Variant Cover)(Dynamic Forces), AR
Despicable Deadpool #294 (Cover A Mike Hawthorne), $3.99
Despicable Deadpool #294 (Cover B Scott Koblish Secret Comic Variant), AR
Despicable Deadpool #294 (Cover C Daniel Warren Johnson Hulk Variant), AR
Doctor Strange #385 (Cover A Michael Del Mundo), $3.99
Doctor Strange #385 (Cover B Mike Deodato Jr. Hulk Variant), AR
Falcon #5, $3.99
Marvel Two-In-One #3 (Cover A Jim Cheung), $3.99
Marvel Two-In-One #3 (Cover B Mike Hawthorne Hulk Variant), AR
Marvel Two-In-One #3 (Cover C Mike Del Mundo Young Guns Variant), AR
Marvel's Black Panther The Art Of The Movie Slipcase HC, $50.00
Ms. Marvel #27, $3.99
New Mutants By Zeb Wells The Complete Collection TP, $39.99
Old Man Hawkeye #2 (Of 12)(Cover A Marco Checchetto), $3.99
Old Man Hawkeye #2 (Of 12)(Cover B Terry Dodson Hulk Variant), AR
Old Man Logan #35 (Cover A Mike Deodato Jr.), $3.99
Old Man Logan #35 (Cover B Steve McNiven Hulk Variant), AR
Phoenix Resurrection The Return Of Jean Grey #1 (Of 5)(Leinil Francis Yu 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $4.99
Punisher #221, $3.99
Star Wars Darth Vader #11 (Cover A Giuseppe Camuncoli), $3.99
Star Wars Darth Vader #11 (Cover B Rod Reis Galactic Icon Leia Variant), AR
Star Wars Poe Dameron #24, $3.99
Star Wars Thrawn #1 (Of 6)(Cover A Paul Renaud), $4.99
Star Wars Thrawn #1 (Of 6)(Cover B Francesco Mattina), AR
Star Wars Thrawn #1 (Of 6)(Cover C John Tyler Christopher Action Figure Variant), AR
Star Wars Thrawn #1 (Of 6)(Cover D Animation Variant), AR
Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #29, $3.99
Venomverse #1 (Of 5)(Ken Haeser Variant Cover)(Dynamic Forces), AR
Weapon X #14, $3.99
X-Men Blue #21 (Cover A Arthur Adams), $3.99
X-Men Blue #21 (Cover B Stephanie Hans Poison X Variant), AR
X-Men Blue #21 (Cover C John Tyler Christopher Trading Card Variant), AR
X-Men Grand Design #1 (Of 2)(Ed Piskor 2nd Printing Variant), $5.99
X-Men Grand Design #2 (Of 2)(Ed Piskor 2nd Printing Variant), $5.99

MARVEL PRESS
Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Novel Volume 1 Squirrel Meets World SC, $8.99

ONE PEACE BOOKS
I Hear The Sunspot Volume 2 Theory Of Happiness GN, $13.95
Maria Holic Volume 14 GN, $11.95

ONI PRESS
Invader Zim #28 (Cover A Mady G & Fred Stresing), $3.99
Invader Zim #28 (Cover B Rian Sygh), $3.99
Kim Reaper Volume 1 Grim Beginnings TP, $14.99
You Have Killed Me GN, $15.99

PANINI PUBLISHING
Doctor Who Magazine #521, $11.99
Doctor Who Magazine Special #48 (The 2018 Yearbook), $11.99

REBELLION/2000AD
Judge Dredd Megazine #392, $13.00

RED 5 COMICS
Chasing Hitler #3 (Of 4), $3.95

REDAN PUBLISHING
Marvel Super Heroes Magazine #32, $4.99
Scooby-Doo Magazine #44, $4.99

SANCTUM PRODUCTIONS
Doc Savage Double Novel Volume 7 SC (James Bama Variant Cover), $14.95

SCOUT COMICS
Solar Flare Season Two #4, $3.99
Stabbity Bunny #2, $3.99

SEVEN SEAS ENTERTAINMENT
Alice And Zouroku Volume 3 GN, $12.99
Bloom Into You Volume 4 GN, $12.99
Citrus Volume 7 GN, $13.99
Giant Spider And Me A Post-Apocalyptic Tale Volume 1 GN, $12.99
Haganai I Don't Have Many Friends Volume 15 GN, $12.99
Kase-san And An Apron GN, $13.99
MaMaMa Magical Director Mako-chan's Magical Guidance Volume 1 GN, $14.99
Nameless Asterism Volume 1 GN, $12.99
NTR Netsuzou Trap Volume 1 GN, $12.99
Saint Seiya Saintia Sho Volume 1 GN, $12.99
Tales Of Zestiria Volume 4 GN, $12.99
Testament Of Sister New Devil Storm Volume 2 GN, $12.99

SEVEN SEAS GHOST SHIP
To Love Ru Darkness Volume 3 GN, $12.99

SILVER SPROCKET
No Gods No Dungeon Masters #1 (One Shot), $5.00

SOARING PENGUIN PRESS
Meanwhile #8, $23.95

SUBLIME
Awkward Silence Volume 6 GN, $12.99
Strange And Mystifying Story Volume 2 GN, $12.99

TITAN PUBLISHING GROUP
Atlas And Axis #2 (Of 4), $5.99
Babylon Berlin HC, $24.99
Death Of Stalin SC, $19.99
Doctor Who The Lost Dimension Volume 2 HC, $24.99
Doctor Who The Twelfth Doctor Year Three #12 (Cover A Mariano Laclaustra), $3.99
Doctor Who The Twelfth Doctor Year Three #12 (Cover B Will Brooks), $3.99
Help I Am Being Held Prisoner MMPB, $9.95
Minky Woodcock The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini #3 (Cover A Cynthia Von Buhler), $3.99
Minky Woodcock The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini #3 (Cover B Fred Harper), $3.99
Okja The Art And Making Of The Film HC, $39.95
Robotech #7 (Cover A Martin Simmonds), $3.99
Robotech #7 (Cover B Action Figure Variant), $3.99
Robotech #7 (Cover C Marco Turini), $3.99
Star Trek Magazine #66 (Newsstand Edition), $9.99
Star Trek Magazine #66 (Previews Exclusive Edition), $9.99
Torchwood The Culling #4 (Of 4)(Cover A Salvador Navarro), $3.99
Torchwood The Culling #4 (Of 4)(Cover B Photo), $3.99
Warhammer 40000 #11 (Fallen Part 4 Of 4)(Cover A Tazio Bettin), $3.99
Warhammer 40000 #11 (Fallen Part 4 Of 4)(Cover B Brian Williamson), $3.99
Warhammer 40000 Dawn Of War III TP, $16.99

TWOMORROWS PUBLISHING
Comic Book Creator #16, $8.95
Jack Kirby Collector #73, $10.95

UNITED PLANKTON PICTURES
SpongeBob Comics #77, $3.99

VALIANT ENTERTAINMENT
Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Cover A Kenneth Rocafort), $3.99
Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Cover B Renato Guedes Deadside Variant), $3.99
Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Cover C John Bivens Battle Damaged Variant, $3.99
Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Cover D David Lafuente Interlocking Variant), AR
Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Cover E Jim Mahfood Bloodshot Icon Variant), AR
Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Cover F Ryan Bodenheim Pre-Order Edition Variant), AR
Ninja-K #4 (Cover A CAFU), $3.99
Ninja-K #4 (Cover B Adam Pollina), $3.99
Ninja-K #4 (Cover C Roberto de la Torre), AR
Ninja-K #4 (Cover D Juan Jose Ryp Ninjak Icon Variant), AR
Ninja-K #4 (Cover E Tonci Zonjic Pre-Order Edition Variant), AR

VERTICAL COMICS
Arakawa Under The Bridge Volume 2 GN, $17.95
Cardfight Vanguard Volume 11 GN, $10.95

VIZ MEDIA
One Piece Volume 85 GN, $9.99

YEN PRESS
Akame ga Kill Volume 13 GN, $13.00
Baccano Volume 1 GN, $13.00
Big Order Volume 4 GN, $22.00
Black Butler Volume 25 GN, $13.00
Certain Magical Index Volume 12 GN, $13.00
Gabriel Dropout Volume 2 GN, $13.00
Grimgar Of Fantasy And Ash Volume 3 GN, $13.00
Hybrid x Heart Magias Academy Ataraxia Volume 2 GN, $13.00
Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon Sword Oratoria Volume 2 GN, $13.00
Kakegurui Compulsive Gambler Volume 4 GN, $15.00
Kemono Friends Welcome To Japari Park Volume 1 GN, $20.00
Murcielago Volume 5 GN, $13.00
No Game No Life Please Volume 3 GN, $13.00
Oh My Sweet Alien Volume 1 GN, $20.00
Overlord Volume 5 GN, $13.00
Re:ZERO Starting Life In Another World Chapter 3 Truth Of Zero Volume 2 GN, $13.00
Royal Tutor Volume 5 GN, $13.00
Saga Of Tanya The Evil Volume 1 GN, $13.00
Sekirei Volume 3 GN, $24.00
Sword Art Online Progressive Volume 6 GN, $13.00
Taboo Tattoo Volume 9 GN, $13.00
Val x Love Volume 1 GN, $13.00

ZENESCOPE ENTERTAINMENT
Black Sable #4 (Of 6)(Cover A Ian Richardson, $3.99
Black Sable #4 (Of 6)(Cover B Sheldon Goh), $3.99
Black Sable #4 (Of 6)(Cover C Alfredo Reyes), $3.99
Black Sable #4 (Of 6)(Cover D Harvey Tolibao), $3.99
Black Sable #4 (Of 6)(Cover E Netho Diaz), $3.99
Robyn Hood I Love NY Volume 1 TP, $29.99
Robyn Hood The Curse #2 (Of 6)(Cover A Sheldon Goh, $3.99
Robyn Hood The Curse #2 (Of 6)(Cover B Julius Abrera, $3.99
Robyn Hood The Curse #2 (Of 6)(Cover C Keith Garvey), $3.99
Robyn Hood The Curse #2 (Of 6)(Cover D Canaan White), $3.99

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JohnMcMahon    575

Nothing new for me, currently rereading The Phalanx Covenant because I'm an old man and I draw comfort from the warm glow offered by nostalgia, no matter how shitty the source.

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Christian    761

I always hated that cross-over. At least it leads to a major positive, which is the launch of the Generation X comic, by Lobdell and Bachalo. That was truly one of the few rays of light from early-1990s Marvel Comics.

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dogpoet    476

Most of the 2099 stuff was pretty good as well. Wasn't that the same sort of time?

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Christian    761

I guess it probably would be. Yeah, almost the entirety of the 2099 line was really good. It's definitely worth reading, and stands the test of time too.

As I said, "one of the few bright spots". I'm sure there were a few other books I'm forgetting that I also enjoyed in the early-1990s at Marvel, but Generation X was one of those few.

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JohnMcMahon    575

The initial set-up was pretty great, Sean Cassidy turning up at the mansion to find everyone acting real weird, basically Invasion Of The Body Snatchers.  Sabretooth as the wildcard is very much my jam, especially the two issues where he's still wearing the metal bondage gear.

Quite enjoyed X-Men 2099, the larger universe looked pretty cool but didn't have the funds to check it out at the time - a collection of Ellis' Doom run would be nice.

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dogpoet    476

It always astonishes me that all that's ever been collected of that stuff is the Spiderman series.

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Christian    761

The X-Men 2099 book was actually one of the weakest links in the 2099 Universe. It was a pretty good series, for all that, yeah, but some of the other books were just so much beyond what X-Men 2099 was doing. So, yeah, you definitely need to check out some of the other 2099 books, if you can find them.

Yeah, you can really only find Spider Man 2099 in Trades (which are definitely worth your time), but I found most of the other 2099 titles in one dollar boxes. Doom 2099 is the exception, as I had to pay some actual money for Ellis' Doom, as that series seems to have caught on with a cult following. Nothing crazy....the most expensive issues were around $5.

Outside of Doom though, there is Pat Mills on Punisher 2099 and Ravage 2099. The Kaminski/Bachalo Ghost Rider 2099 is also highly recommended. Some of the 2099 Unlimited issues were really good too.

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dogpoet    476

Compared to what Marvel were shitting out in the mainstream X Men titles at the time, the 2099 version might as well be Claremont and Byrne by comparison. (Also, it spawned X-Nation 2099, which was wonderful, even if it did only last three issues or so before Marvel cancelled it.)

The fact that there isn't a collection of the early Bachalo GR 2099 is astonishing. (I think Kyle Hotz wound up drawing a lot more of it than Bachalo did after the first storyline, and there's even some Ashley Wood art in there as well: I'm not sure, but I think Bachalo was taken off that one onto Generation X when that launched and lasted a lot longer on that than he did on the other as a result). I doubt you'll find any issues of that in a dollar box this side of the '90s, mostly over the hot artists thing. Which is very unfair to Kaminski as he's the only 2099 writer who gave the impression that he was trying to do cyberpunk by way of the books rather the films and hearsay...

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Christian    761

Yeah, Kaminski's series was heavily influenced by William Gibson.

Oh yeah, I forgot that Ashely Wood took over on art towards the end of the run. I remember now that I had some trouble finding the latter issues of GR 2099, and had to order them online.

It does look like a large portion of GR 2099 is more expensive than the earlier 2099 launches (outside of Doom).

GR 2099 and Hulk 2099 were part of a second launch from the imprint. The Hulk 2099 book didn't last very long though, and those are also going really cheap. It was pretty good too though, just not as good as the other 2099 titles.

Then, there was the third launch, which had some really questionable books, and the quality of the line nose-dived. This was after Joey Cavaleri got fired, and most of the top 2099 writers left in protest (Ellis, Mills, Moore). I think Terry Kavanagh started writing some 2099 books after Cavaleri was gone, and no one should ever read a Kavanagh written comic.

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Christian    761

For all those Grant Morrison completests (like me), it seems that Morrison is writing part of the Dark Nights Rising: The Wild Hunt one-shot after all. Morrison's name is listed on the front cover, along with Snyder.

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A. Heathen    1,150

This week I paid more for comics than I have for a while, but that's because I got the Mr Miracle issues so far.

 

Also Barbarella, continuing my preference for the more artful covers, I got the Jorge Fornes one.
Matt Kindt's Grass Kings which continue to enthrall.
And Justin Jordan's Death of Love which appears to be a Sex Criminals Variant - in a good way. ie less sex and a nicely constructed anti-hero (in the sense of an unlikable protagonist)

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dogpoet    476
14 hours ago, Christian said:

Yeah, Kaminski's series was heavily influenced by William Gibson.

Oh yeah, I forgot that Ashely Wood took over on art towards the end of the run. I remember now that I had some trouble finding the latter issues of GR 2099, and had to order them online.

It does look like a large portion of GR 2099 is more expensive than the earlier 2099 launches (outside of Doom).

GR 2099 and Hulk 2099 were part of a second launch from the imprint. The Hulk 2099 book didn't last very long though, and those are also going really cheap. It was pretty good too though, just not as good as the other 2099 titles.

Then, there was the third launch, which had some really questionable books, and the quality of the line nose-dived. This was after Joey Cavaleri got fired, and most of the top 2099 writers left in protest (Ellis, Mills, Moore). I think Terry Kavanagh started writing some 2099 books after Cavaleri was gone, and no one should ever read a Kavanagh written comic.

Was the anthology they did to tie up the loose ends after cancelling all of the comics any good? Never found any issues of that one myself.

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15 hours ago, Christian said:

Yeah, Kaminski's series was heavily influenced by William Gibson.

Oh yeah, I forgot that Ashely Wood took over on art towards the end of the run. I remember now that I had some trouble finding the latter issues of GR 2099, and had to order them online.

It does look like a large portion of GR 2099 is more expensive than the earlier 2099 launches (outside of Doom).

GR 2099 and Hulk 2099 were part of a second launch from the imprint. The Hulk 2099 book didn't last very long though, and those are also going really cheap. It was pretty good too though, just not as good as the other 2099 titles.

Then, there was the third launch, which had some really questionable books, and the quality of the line nose-dived. This was after Joey Cavaleri got fired, and most of the top 2099 writers left in protest (Ellis, Mills, Moore). I think Terry Kavanagh started writing some 2099 books after Cavaleri was gone, and no one should ever read a Kavanagh written comic.

Kaminski's Ghost Rider 2099 is a fucking delight, it's one of my all-time favorite comic series.  It got slightly less-good near the end, mainly due to some dodgy artwork from Ashley Wood, but the series is a whole is still fantastic.  We've been covering it on occasion on our Ghost Rider podcast, and getting to revisit that run has been a highlight of my comic reading recently.  I highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't read it (though yeah, some of those later issues are hard to track down on the cheap).

As for 2099 trade collections, I thought they DID collect Ellis' Doom 2099 run into one big volume a couple of years back?  May be out of print now, though, I suppose.

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Christian    761

Yes, it is long out-of-print.

Dog-Nah, that 2099:World of Tomorrow series wasn't worth your time. It ties in with what John is reading though, as it's about the Phalanx invading the 2099 universe.

You could rest by simply knowing what happens in the final story-arcs of the on-going 2099 titles that were still left. I thought that worked well as an appropriate end-point for the 2099 Universe.

However, the finale of the 2099 Universe (Manifest Destiny), which was written by Len Kaminski, was very worth your time, if you ever find it. I had to pay some big bucks to get a copy of that one.

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dogpoet    476

Thanks, Christian: that's a shame, but not really much of a surprise.

I sometimes wonder if the lack of reprints of GR2099 is because he was based around a SF conceit rather than a supernatural one, and so the brand has to be protected from dwelling on that while they squeeze out increasingly desperate looking variations on the Spirit of Vengeance stuff from the 90s series instead? I have an inkling that just how much effort had been put into treating GR2099 as a science fiction story, rather than a superhero in the future, might have ended up putting some readers off it.

That does bring something else to mind about '90s Ghost Rider comics, though: while all of the Marvel editorial insists that Johnny Blaze was a much better Ghost Rider than Danny Ketch (and the original series was shitloads better, the fans have said so, so shut up about Ketch, you nerds!) every (failed) GR reboot they've done this side of the millennium has taken its rationalisation for who and what the demonic petrolhead is from the supposedly inferior series. Always strikes me as a bit odd that, even if they probably just do it because the rationale for the '90s series is a bit more coherent.

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Christian    761

Well, the 1990s Ghost Rider series sold a lot better than the original Ghost Rider series. Even though they both lasted roughly an equivalent number of issues, the original GR series was always on the verge of cancelation, while the first half of the '90s GR series was one of the best-selling comics of the time.

Plus, after Mackie left the book, the Ketch series did flesh out the concept just hinted at in the first book that there has always been a Ghost Rider throughout history. That's a fun concept to play with (as shown by Aaron). So, there's that aspect of the '90s series.

Mackie's book also established a villain's gallery for Ketch, whereas the original book didn't have much in the way of recurring antagonists, other than the Devil I guess. So, the original mythology only really has Blaze, Roxanne Simpson, and I guess Mephisto to play with; while the second series has a lot more recurring characters with which to play.

I always liked Johnny Blaze a lot more than Danny Ketch. The fact that Mackie was writing a majority of the second series probably plays a major role (even if it was the best thing Mackie ever managed by a mile). Although, I've said quite often that outside of the trippy early issues (featuring Satan and Jesus, before Marvel editorial got involved) and the DeMatteis run at the end of the series, that the first series was pretty disappointing too.

The first book never really figured out what it wanted to be....was it a horror comic, was it a superhero comic? It sort of veered back and forth, never finding a true voice until the Stern/DeMatteis era.

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dogpoet    476

I don't think the fact that they could make up their mind about how the set up in the Blaze GR actually worked helped any myself, no. It wasn't until right at the end (Stern and Matteis) that they finally decided that Zarathros was a separate entity from Blaze and that he wouldn't act exactly the same as Blaze did while transformed. (And don't even get me started on the indecision about whether the Devil he sold his soul to was Satan, Mephisto or somebody else entirely: it seemed to change every six issues for a fair chunk of the comic's run.)

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It still changes from run to run; it was Lucifer during Daniel Way's run then back to being Mephisto when Rob Williams took over.  Ghost Rider chronology has always been and will always be a convoluted clusterfuck.

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dogpoet    476

They're obviously keeping the tradition going, then. Was one Max and they switched it back to the main Marvel titles or something? I'm pretty sure it was Lucifer not Mephisto in Ennis' Max miniseries.

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Lou K    1,072

I would have to go back and re-read those Ennis series' but I do not think they were part of the MAX line.

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