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From the dark mist of Raven Cove, the mysterious figure of the Scarecrow owns the night, terrorizing the British soldiers who reign with a tight fist on a small seaport village in the colonies. Set in the dramatic days before the American Revolution, a masked avenger seeks to maintain justice in the small town of Seaton. As the British seek to clamp down on the smugglers, only the Scarecrow and his "Freedom Riders" can stand against the tyranny of the newly appointed commandant of the town...one who threatens to destroy the entire town in order to catch the Scarecrow.
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This anthology features all-new stories set in Deadworld universe! In "The Quest", a woman searches for her husband even though he's a zombie. "The Coming of the Queen" reveals an old woman who somehow keeps zombies away. "Full English Breakfast" shows the horror on the other side of the Atlantic, plus many other stories. As a bonus, Mark Bloodworth presents a gallery of "The Women of Deadworld" which spotlights both the living, the dead, and the in-between.
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A collection of 11 short stories from award-winning writer Gary Reed. Pulled from various sources over his career writing for Caliber Comics, Transfuzion, Image, and IDW Publishing - these are standalone short tales. He is joined by some of today's popular comic artists to bring his tales of horror, suspense, often times with a literary bent, to life for the reader.
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A meeting that just had to happen! Sherlock Holmes meets the Phantom of the Opera! Holmes and Watson are called in regarding the terror occurring at the Opera House with claims that it is a ghost. Although Holmes dismisses it as a case needing a spiritualist rather than a consulting detective, he agrees to look into it. Unknown to him, Eric, the tortured ghost of the Opera House will prove to more than a ghost and more than an able opponent in a battle of wits with Holmes. Collects both issues in the series.Dr. Watson, after the recent death of his first wife, is asked to call in Holmes to investigate a mysterious “ghost” who haunts a French opera house. Holmes, who declares that there is no such thing as ghosts and that everything has a logical foundation, accepts the challenge and discovers the opera house is indeed haunted, but not by a ghost but rather a mysterious figure known as The Phantom of the Opera!
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Originating from the pages of the multiple award winning anthology, Negative Burn. The Apparition features the Archangel Adriel in various stories of spiritual warfare, human suffering, physical struggles and redemption. The Apparition is a story about human lives. The Angel of Benevolence, Adriel, is one of the seven archangels of Heaven whose main function is to preside over the lost, the downtrodden, the meek, the suffering of children, and the innocent. He is a warrior who is a combatant in the never-ending battle of spiritual warfare. And a war that exists unknowing to normal humans in a realm that is unseen by the naked human eye. This collection features all of the critically acclaimed short stories taken from Negative Burn, as well as the entire original Caliber Comics series. All written by James Pruett (X-Men Unlimited, Black Mist, Kaos Moon) and feature illustrated tales by Gene Gonzales, Craig Brasfield, Matthew Dow Smith and Tyler Bishop with a beautiful painting cover by Michael Gaydos, two time Eisner Award Nominee for his work on Alias for Marvel. “James Pruett’s scripting shows his usual flair for dark drama…” - Sci-Fi Universe; “I read it once. I read it again...I read it again because The Apparition is exceptional. Some of you will be surprised by the depth of art and thought.” - Suspended Animation “Quiet yet passionate...an engrossing tale of suffering and redemption.” – Previews “Writer Jim Pruett gives us a crisp interplay of believable dialogue, rapidly creating three-dimensional characters in the first few pages.” - Comics Buyer’s Guide “The Apparition is a tenderly well-written human drama…” - New Creation
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In this one shot special issue from the files of the critically acclaimed 'Vietnam Journel' series, Special Ops: Phoenix, creator Don Lomax has embedded war reporter Scott 'Journal' Neithammer recount the tale of a special American Seal unit infiltrating into North Vietnam and of a special accompanying group of Vietnamese women who end up proving it was not just a man?s world or war.
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