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This issue focuses on the costumed hero called Atlas as he flies to the end of our solar system to meet with a fleet of hostile aliens bent on destroying the Earth. When he offers the Lalandians a chance to surrender, they refuse. Given the dire situation, Atlas puts a mad plan into action. Story by Bill Williams with art by Jeff Parker. And Princess Faith, the Amazon, settles into a new house. Story by Bill Williams with art by Robb Phipps and Bill Williams. Plus Amazon Pin Ups by Craig Rousseau, Jeff Moy and Kelsey Shannon. Cover by Jeff Parker.
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Created by acclaimed musician Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) Ian and Astrid bid farewell to Moscow and head back to the UK to see some of the Dream King's old friends. As a cross-country trip becomes more curious, it becomes clear that Ian's life won't be returning to normal any time soon. Or ever!
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Under the watchful eye of a bumbling handler provided by the Feds, freelance secret agent Sommerset Beaumont chases anti-Capitalist terrorists from the bad old Soviet days. From the cabin of an airplane to the rooftops of Manhattan, he chases killers with his archery gear and a secret weapon in the story titled Death From Above. Note: Issues #1-10 are available from IDW Publishing.
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Created by acclaimed musician Dave Stewart (Eurythmics). Written by Jeff Parker with artwork by Ashish Padlekar. Do you experience missing time? Predict strangers' dreams? Do twins seem to follow you wherever you go? And do you sometimes see cephalopods attached to other people without their knowledge? Don't worry, you're not going mad... yet. You're simply a Walk-In. Ian Dormouse is losing time - literally. He wakes up in cities across the world, and has no recollection of how he got there or what occurred in the preceding weeks and months. Awaking from one of these blackouts, Ian finds himself in Moscow and stumbles into the burlesque club Deja Vu, bluffing his way into a job as a dream interpreter. It wasn't all bull, Ian actually does have visions - octopuses on people's shoulders, auras emanating around strangers, to name a few. Ian doesn't know it yet, but he has some crazy mental abilities and it's about to make life a whole lot weirder... "Whatever else may be said about it, Dave Stewart, Jeff Parker and Ashish Padlekar have produced a book that can emphatically be claimed thus: one damn fine comic…. Walk-In was the best damn debut and the best damn inaugural issue to a comic I'd read in years. I'm excited about this book. If you read it, I guarantee that you will be too." - Broken Frontier "Damn. This is GOOD." - Silver Bullet Comics "It should make for a very interesting comic. Grab this one and keep up. (Review: A-)" - Paperback Reader
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Gunslinger: Claws and Effect. This issue's feature-length story tells a story from Gunslinger's past as he goes to a national park hunting a four-legged man-killer and gets much more than he was expecting. Art by Matt Reynolds, Jeff Parker & Bill Williams. Cover by Jeff Parker. Heroic Tales is a black & white anthology anchored by the AMAZON feature by Bill Williams and Robb Phipps. Robb (MANTRA) Phipps illustrated the story of a Princess from far, far away and her adventures on the brave new world called Earth in this reexamination of a popular super myth.
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“RUSSIAN RUSE, Part III” Injured and alone, lieutenant James Bond has escaped his Russian captors, only to be thrust into the heart of war. The epic World War 2 tale continues from JEFF PARKER (Aquaman, Fantastic Four) and superstar artist IBRAHIM MOUSTAFA (Mother Panic, The Flash).
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Captured by the Russians, Lieutenant Bond meets the beautiful Oksana, who may be his ticket to safety, or lead to his doom. But it’s quite difficult to know ally from foe, when you’ve been drugged. The epic World War 2 tale continues from JEFF PARKER (Aquaman, Fantastic Four) and superstar artist IBRAHIM MOUSTAFA (Mother Panic, The Flash)!
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“Izabel” by JEFF PARKER (Suicide Squad, Fantastic Four) and BOB Q (The Lone Ranger). The ongoing adventures of James Bond during World War II continue, in a standalone tale set in Lisbon. A savvy local woman knows how to survive and thrive, despite the hardships of war. But a desperate German scientist needs her help, and she becomes involved with a young British man, that’s (not yet) very good at being a spy...
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The PLANET OF THE APES ANNUAL leaves no stone unturned! Join superstar writer Jeff Parker (HULK, THUNDERBOLTS), acclaimed writer/artist Gabriel Hardman (HULK, AGENTS OF ATLAS), red hot writer Corinna Bechko (HEATHENTOWN, FEAR ITSELF: THE HOMEFRONT), and Apes mega-scribe Daryl Gregory as they pit man versus ape. And with art from Gabriel Hardman, Carlos Magno (TRANSFORMERS), and John Lucas (UNCANNY X-FORCE), this is a special issue you won’t want to miss. Discover the untold stories of the PLANET OF THE APES, with stories spanning from the first human rebellion, to Ape society’s glorious renaissance, to a simple story of a boy and his pet human. There’s something for every Apes fan in this Annual!
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“The Future Of Worlds” FINAL ISSUE! The grand battle for Barsoom! John Carter! Dejah Thoris! Tars Tarkas! Woola! And many many many many many many many many many many many many many MANY MANY MANY LITTLE GREEN MEN! From JEFF PARKER (Aquaman, James Bond Origin) and DEAN KOTZ (Dungeons & Dragons)!
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