John Arcudi, Javier Saltares & Wes Dzioba A third-world nation torn apart by civil war becomes the hunting ground for a killer species from the stars that has taken men as trophies for centuries. But this visitation is no simple trophy hunt, and the stakes may be the survival of humanity. Predator: Free Comic Book Day is the action-packed prequel to Predator: Prey to the Heavens, written by John Arcudi (B.P.R.D., Doom Patrol, The Mask) and illustrated by Javier Saltares (Ghost Rider, Wolverine, X).
John Arcudi & Various Authors It has all the makings of an epic adventure: an ancient artifact is rediscovered, a mask of unknown origins, with unforeseen power and magic. But who knew that after donning this mask even the wimpiest geek would become an indestructible, shape-changing supertornado with a mind for mischief and an appetite for destruction?
Equally adept with gun, knife, bat, bomb, pie, or bat-knife-gun-pie-bomb, geek-turned-superfreak the Mask cuts a crazed swath of cartoon mayhem!
• This original comic trilogy inspired the hit film The Mask, which has grossed over $450 million worldwide since its release in 1994.
This volume collects The Mask, The Mask Returns, and The Mask Strikes Back.
Mike Allred, Kurt Busiek, John Cassaday, Darwyn Cooke, Lowell Francis, Mark Waid, Joe R. Lansdale, Jonathan Ross, Ryan Sook, Dave Gibbons, Joe Pruett, John Arcudi, Michael Wm. Kaluta, Mike Mignola, Jim Silke, Alex Ross, Gene Ha, Chris Weston, Geof Darrow, Tommy Lee Edwards, Bruce Timm, Scott Hampton, Tony Harris, Brendan McCarthy & Dave Stevens Dave Stevens' The Rocketeer was an instant hit the moment it hit the spinner rack in the early 1980s. Stevens' lush and distinctive artwork and fun, action-driven story was inspired by the adventure pulp novels of the era The Rocketeer was set in. Stevens produced only two Rocketeer graphic novels - collected to much acclaim by IDW - and his life was tragically cut short when he succumbed to Hairy Cell Leukemia. Now, with the full cooperation of the Stevens estate, IDW is pleased to present new interpretations of The Rocketeer by some of today's finest talents. So, pull up a chair, sit down a while, and discover The Rocketeer all over again!
John Arcudi To his tribe, Suom isn't yet a man. But he has seen the Night Reaper, whose hideous reign of fear and death strikes at night and steals away by morning. Only Suom has seen the face of the Reaper and survived, and only he can conquer this beast. but at what cost to his family, his village, and the future of his people?
John Arcudi A Scarecrow Warrior God walks into a bar...and proceeds to drag a modern American city into a ten-thousand-year-old grudge-match! A bizarre new adventure -- complete with boozehound shamans, monster queens, and a football-fetching hydra! Featuring an extended sketchbook section and a few surprises! Collects RUMBLE #1-5.
John Arcudi After a generation of rebuilding in the wake of Alien infestation, athletes from every corner of earth are flocking to the Goodwill Games. But some come with a dangerous new tool: a drug called Fire, distilled from the very essence of the Aliens' body chemistry. The military wants it. The pharmaceutical conglomerates want it. And the only place the essential ingredient can be found is on a world convulsed by Alien holocaust . . . Story by Mike Richardson (The Secret, Living with the Dead), script by John Arcudi (BPRD, Wednesday Comics), illustrated by Damon Willis (Out of the Vortex) and Karl Story (Aliens vs. Predator).
Chip Kidd, Neal Adams, Joe Quinones, Michael Cho, Maris Wicks, John Arcudi, Sean Murphy, Howard Mackie, Chris Samnee & Marc Silvestri Chip Kidd and Michael Cho, Neal Adams, Joe Quinones and Maris Wicks, John Arcudi and Sean Murphy, and Howard Mackie and Chris Samnee all lend their unique styles to stories centering on the world of the Dark Knight Detective, Batman, in this debut issue!
John Arcudi & James Harren Okay, so a scarecrow walks into a bar...and proceeds to wreak havoc across two worlds! After a long absence, Rathraq, Scarecrow Warrior God, is backÑand very unhappy. Bad news for his old enemies, yes, but worse news for everybody else! JOHN ARCUDI and JAMES HARREN bring you a modern day action/adventure fantasy thriller where rundown dive bars, undead kitty cats, psycho skinheads, and giant mummies all play a part. It's Louis C.K. meets Robert E. Howard in a David Fincher universe.
John Arcudi Corporal Enoch Nakai is a young Native American with a bad past and an even worse present. Stationed in the American Southwest, he and his good buddy Dietl go on a recon patrol to investigate a small disturbance—but discover that the disturbance is anything but small! Try a seven-foot, bad-attitude extraterrestrial who's armed to the teeth and lookin' for trouble!.
Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, Guy Davis, Tyler Crook & Dave Stewart The plague of frogs has ended, but earth will never be the same, and the fractured B.P.R.D. struggles to battle dangerous monsters and humans alike, from a trailer-park cult to a Russian town ravaged by a zombie-like virus.
Guy Davis's final B.P.R.D. story sets the stage for Tyler Crook's (Harrow County) backwoods-horror debut, as Liz Sherman hides from a world that she helped push toward armageddon, and Abe Sapien is shot down by a girl who's seen the world to come.
This is the first hardcover edition of the B.P.R.D Hell on Earth series, and collects the first three trade paperback volumes of the B.P.R.D Hell on Earth series (New World, Gods and Monsters, and Russia) plus an expanded sketch book section. Perfect for collectors, and new readers!
John Arcudi & Various Authors The world's attention is focused painfully on a brutal third-world civil war, a merciless sectarian conflict sparing neither soldier nor civilian, grandmother nor child. But amidst the terror and carnage, where great nations and powerful interests jockey for position and advantage, another blood feud rages in the shadows, one no more humane but decidedly less human. Two warring tribes from the stars have chosen Earth's killing fields as their arena, with each clan sworn to eradicate the other... and all who stand between them. Each is the other's prey, each the other's Predator.
The hunt resumes as Dark Horse Books unleashes Predator once again into the graphic-fiction jungle. Features the creative team of writer John Arcudi (Aliens, B.P.R.D., Doom Patrol) and artist Javier Saltares (Aliens vs. Predator, Ghost Rider).
John Arcudi & Various Authors A group of wildcat planetary prospectors plant their flag on a distant new world, rich in land, resources... and the greatest archaeological discovery in history, an ancient complex of impossible proportions carved deep within the living rock, a mind-numbing labyrinth of passages, ramps, bridges, and galleries that seems to extend limitlessly. But as the exploration of the leviathan dead city proceeds deeper and deeper, the members of the team slowly begin to lose their grip on reality, and madness gives way to fear as the explorers begin to disappear. Something else lives within the necropolis, a faceless horror as deadly and merciless as space itself, a lethal terror that has waited centuries to awake... and destroy.
At long last, Dark Horse Books heralds the return to graphic fiction of the heavyweight champion of modern science-fiction/horror, Aliens! Features the top-flight creative team of writer John Arcudi, penciller Zach Howard, and inker Mark Irwin.
John Arcudi, Doug Mahnke & Jimmy Palmiotti Dr. Caspar Nordling is developing a micro-organism that is deadly to Aliens, but not to people. He's had a lot of luck engineering selective viruses to kill rats and weevils, but this is something altogether different. Highly speculative. Highly volatile. Just like the doctor himself. In a remote sector of the galaxy, on an isolated Grant-Corp space station, the thin line between science and horror is narrowing, and Philip and Joy Strunk, two company employees, are finding themselves on the short end of the cut.
John Arcudi Humanity's encounters with the deadly extraterrestrial "bugs" have had distastrous, lethal results. But how did this species spread across the galaxy? Find out in "The Theory of Aliens Propagation," by Aliens: Outbreak writer Mark Verheiden (screenwriter of The Mask, TimeCop, Battlestar Galactica) and artist Mark A. Nelson. And in "The Alien," the xenomorph infestation that rendered Earth all but uninhabitable in Outbreak comes to a head as the exiled human population negotiates with the "Space Jockey" species intent on exterminating the infesting xenomorphs—and Earth!
John Arcudi & James Harren Last week, Bobby LaRosa was miserable—miserable with his dead-end job, his callous ex-girlfriend, and his lazy, loser skinhead buddy. This week, it’s all sword-swinging scarecrows, guts-dripping demons, a giant bog mummy, and six headed monsters! Right now, last week’s not looking too bad. You get some answers, more questions, and a whole lot of crazy in the second issue of RUMBLE.
John Arcudi & James Harren The second volume of RUMBLE delves deeper into the past and present of Rathraq, Scarecrow Warrior God, as writer JOHN ARCUDI (B.P.R.D., A God Somewhere) and artist JAMES HARREN (Conan, Deadpool) keep the weirdness and the action at a high level. An expanded sketchbook section and pin-ups by the best talents in comics round out a killer book!_ ”Thanks for... RUMBLE. I like it a lot. In fact I wish it were my project."RICHARD CORBEN
John Arcudi & James Harren It's literally a whole new world of head-lopping action in this issue as things really start to open up -- and all the broken pieces come together. Finally, we're bringing you the origin of Rathraq! And, in a way, the origin of everybody else, too.
Mike Mignola, John Arcudi & Dave Stewart As Liz Sherman fights for her life in Utah, the BPRD plans an assault into the no man's land that used to be New York City, and the young psychic Fenix faces a monster-worshiping cult at the Salton Sea. Collects B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #110–#115.
* Art by Eisner winner Tyler Crook (TheSixth Gun).
Mike Mignola & John Arcudi Johann and his troops take on an easy assignment destroying a monster. But things go bad when the civilians protecting it fight back and the Bureau agents turn against Johann, leading to a traumatic turning point in the ghost agent’s career. This volume collects B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #130–#134.
Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, Jason Latour, Laurence Campbell & Dave Stewart A man in a suit of iron drops from an American warplane onto a French battlefield and unleashes a powerful cosmic force on an army of Nazis, their massive war machine, and their most dangerous agent, the deadly Black Flame! Comics superstar Mike Mignola creates an alternative story of a World War II robot.
Mike Mignola & John Arcudi Things seem to be going well for the BPRD. With their alliance with the military, they now have all the munitions they need and, compared to what they faced in New York, an easy mission to clear a small town. But the town has strange connections to Howards's past as a prehistoric warrior, and more than its share of monsters. This volume collects B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #125-#129.
John Arcudi Collects New Avengers: Luke Cage #1-3, Daredevil: Cage Match #1, Hero for Hire #1. When an old friend from Luke Cage's past is put in the hospital by a vicious attack, Cage leaves his New York City, Avengers Assemblin' adventure-filled life for the cold, harsh and mean streets of North Philadelphia. But what's brought HAMMERHEAD to town as well? It's a hard-hitting, two-fisted look at the seedier sides of the Marvel U as the original Hero for Hire gets back to work.
John Ostrander, John Arcudi, Patrick Gleason & Chris Batista The city of San Diego, California has sunken into the Pacific Ocean after a devastating earthquake. With the government mired in red tape and thousands of now-waterbreathing citizens struggling to survive, Aquaman has taken the city as his new kingdom, if not in title at least in duty. But even as the remaining survivors struggle to adapt to their new lives, dangers swim in from all around. Weapons smugglers to drug dealers to Ocean Master himself ply the waters of Sub Diego, and it’s up to Aquaman and the new Aquagirl to serve and protect Sub Diego! Continuing the tragic story from AQUAMAN: SUB DIEGO, John Arcudi (ABE SAPIEN), Patrick Gleason (ROBIN: SON OF BATMAN), Christian Alamy (JUSTICE LEAGUE) and others continue Aquaman and Aquagirl’s tale in a post-apocalyptic, sunken wasteland. Collects AQUAMAN #23-31.
John Arcudi & James Harren BOOM! The first arc of "RUMBLE" comes to an end with even more weirdness, some headbusting, a cool monster ritual, and fire! AndÑAND!!Ñthe biggest surprise yet! The end of an arc, sure, but the beginning of a really bizarre kind of war!
John Arcudi, Alan Grant, Henry Gilroy, Doug Mahnke & Ramon Bachs Grifter and the Mask team up and face off against smugglers at a Las Vegas weapons show. After destroying a planet, the Mask has a bounty on his head and Lobo hot on his tail in a mind-bending, time twisting showdown between madmen. And last, but not least, the Joker stumbles upon the mask which inspires a new super-powered reign for the Clown Prince of Crime!
This volume collects Grifter/The Mask #1-#2, Lobo vs. the Mask #1-2, and Joker/Mask #1-4.
John Arcudi & James Harren The bizarre “resurrection” of Bobby’s mother is just the first puzzle to be solved in the weirdest arc of RUMBLE yet. And Rathraq? The remains of the once mighty warrior god are alive again—possessed by the soul of an angry, vengeful demon! Now Rathraq has to decide if he should fight against his own living corpse—or alongside it. This 160-page trade marks the third chapter of a unique urban fantasy by the killer team of JOHN ARCUDI and JAMES HARREN, and is jam-packed with extras including many pinups and variant covers by the very best artists in the business! Collects RUMBLE #11-15.
John Arcudi The world's attention is focused painfully on a brutal third world Civil War, a merciless sectarian conflict sparing neither soldier nor civilian, grandmother nor child. But amidst the terror and carnage, where great nations and powerful interests jockey for position and advantage, another blood feud rages in the shadows, one no more humane but decidedly less human. Two warring tribes from the stars have chosen Earth's killing fields as their arena, with each clan sworn to eradicate the other . . . and all who stand between them. Each is the other's prey, each the other's Predator.
• All previously published Dark Horse Predator series are now back in print in the successful Predator Omnibus and Aliens vs. Predator Omnibus program.
Hunt or be hunted!
Mike Mignola & John Arcudi In the wake of World War II, Professor Trevor Bruttenholm--occult investigator and guardian of the young Hellboy--and a group of war-weary veterans investigate Hitler's top secret Project Vampir Sturm, exposing one of the greatest villains of the Third Reich, uncovering the secret history of vampires, and leading one Bureau agent to risk his soul and his mind.
John Arcudi & James Harren The return of Cogan! The one-armed man finally returns to answer your questions about this strange new world over a couple of stiff drinks. Also, Del the loveable skinhead prepares Rathraq (and himself) for war against an army of monsters. But can they even get past one?
Mike Mignola, John Arcudi & Tonči Zonjić A solid companion to the growing Hellboy mythos. ÓFangoria A trio of skyscraping robots crash into a Manhattan bank and leave Lobster Johnson with two mysteries to solve: what is behind the massive machines, and why would the robots pull a heist without taking a penny?
John Arcudi, Patrick Gleason, Freddie Williams II & Leonard Kirk Concluding the classic Sub Diego storyline, acclaimed writer John Arcudi (B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth) and artists Leonard Kirk (SUPERGIRL), ) and Andy Clarke (DETECTIVE COMICS) tell the tragic story of the fall of Atlantis as the Infinite Crisis is unleashed upon the DC Universe! Aquaman, once King of Atlantis, has abandoned his throne and now serves as protector of Sub Diego. But while the ocean has gained thousands of new inhabitants, it has lost one—Mera, Aquaman’s estranged wife, who has been cursed to live on land and breathe only air. But when Aquaman’s friends and family seek to cure Mera of the curse, it sets off a tragic chain reaction that leads to the destruction of Atlantis...and the death of many whom Aquaman holds dear. In the midst of his grief, Sub Diego is attacked by his Aquaman’s greatest enemies, including the deadly Black Manta! And now that the King of the Seven Seas has lost his kingdom, Black Manta is about to see what happens when Aquaman is truly unleashed...with all the fury of the sea at his command! Collects AQUAMAN #32-39.
John Arcudi, Mike Mignola & Tonči Zonjić The New York Harbor Patrol are in over their heads when a ghostly pirate ship appears on the Hudson River, and the Lobster's hunt for a major mob boss may have something to do with it. "In a world currently obsessed with Capes and Cowls, it's refreshing to have a pulp Sci-Fi book where the hero isn't perfect, and doesn't always win."—Big Comic Page.
Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, Stephen Green & Dave Stewart When an undead hit man goes after the NYPD, the Lobster steps in to figure out if it's a zombie—or something worse. "In a world currently obsessed with Capes and Cowls, it's refreshing to have a pulp sci-fi book where the hero isn't perfect, and doesn't always win."—Big Comic Page.
John Arcudi Where there is armed conflict, there is money to be made. And in the midst of a third-world civil war, the military contractors of Graham Directive Security have sold their skills to shield their corporate clients from the sectarian violence tearing a country apart. But the GDS guns-for-hire soon discover that they are in the midst of not one, but two civil wars, one of extraterrestrial origin. And while the brutality and ruthlessness of mankind is well documented, it is nothing compared to the heartless savagery exhibited by the star-spawned Predators, especially when warring clans of the alien terrors are each sworn to wipe the other from existence.
Predator returns with a vengeance in a lethal series written by John Arcudi (Aliens, B.P.R.D.) and illustrated by Javier Saltares (Ghost Rider).
John Arcudi & James Harren RUMBLE #6 is a stand-alone story that is also the first chapter of the next big arc. Featuring a wraparound cover by JAMES HARREN and a variant cover by superstar LEE BERMEJO!
John Arcudi Lou Martin's just gained incredible superpowers! Too bad all he wants to do is stay firmly planted on the couch. But an alien got Lewis Martin, slacker extraordinaire, and Martin Lewis, promising young lawyer, confused and sent an Extreme Enhancement Module to the wrong guy, and now Lou's got superheroes trying to get him to . . . ugh . . . contribute to society--and outlandish supervillains, monsters, and aliens are out to take him down!
* Created by John Arcudi (B.P.R.D., The Mask, A God Somewhere) and Doug Mahnke (The Mask, Final Crisis, Green Lantern).
* Major Bummer collects all fifteen issues, long out of print and collected here for the very first time!
John Arcudi & Various Authors A young boy puts a gun in his mouth and pulls the trigger. The police don't care—not about his death or the death of his best friend two months earlier. The dead boy's mom seeks help from an old flame that's employed as a detective. Will the detective's freakish appearance get in the way of uncovering the terrible secrets of these two teenagers? Collects issues #0-#4.
* From the writer of B.P.R.D. and the artist of Green River Killer.
* Additional art by Frank Miller, Mike Mignola, and Ryan Sook.
John Arcudi & David Rubin "SOUL WITHOUT PITY," Part One Rathraq is back! But who is he, exactly? Once an ancient warrior god, he was resurrected as a sword-wielding scarecrow. And now, Rathraq has transformed yet again—or has he? JOHN ARCUDI and new artist, superstar DAVID RUBÍN, give you the new face of Rathraq and a new direction for the series when the critically acclaimed RUMBLE returns!
John Arcudi, Toni Fejzula & André May The Jail Crimes Division of the Sheriff's Office in Mariposa County investigates crimes committed inside county jails. With a limited number of suspects who can't escape, these are usually easy cases to solve--but not this one. As detective Linda Caruso gets closer to the heart of the case, she discovers uncomfortable truths about her friends, her job, and her community.
• Perfect for fans of crime/prison television: Law & Order, NCIS, Orange is the New Black, American Crime Story, Making a Murderer.
• A new creator-owned series from super writer John Arcudi and up-and-coming artist Toni Fejzula.
• A gritty look at the harsh reality of life behind bars, and a fresh perspective on the ever-popular crime genre.
• The ultimate locked-room murder mystery: the panopticon murder mystery!
John Arcudi, Toni Fejzula & André May Linda Caruso is investigating the murder of an inmate in the Mariposa County Jail. With a short list of suspects who can't escape, she thought it would be an easy case to solve. However, as new evidence comes to light, she only gets further from finding an answer. Perfect for fans of crime and prison television, such as Law & Order, NCIS, Orange Is the New Black, American Crime Story, or Making a Murderer. A new series from superstar writer John Arcudi and artist Toni Fejzula.
John Arcudi, Toni Fejzula & André May Murder behind bars! The Jail Crimes Division of the Sheriff's Office in Mariposa County investigates crimes committed inside county jails. With a limited number of suspects who can't escape, these are usually easy cases to solve—but not this one. As Detective Linda Caruso gets closer to the heart of the case, she discovers uncomfortable truths about her friends, her job, and herself. Perfect for fans of crime and prison television, such as Law & Order, NCIS, Orange Is the New Black, American Crime Story, or Making a Murderer. A new series from Rumble writer John Arcudi and Veil artist Toni Fejzula.
John Arcudi While the guns-for-hire of Graham Directive Security knew they were entering a third-world war zone when they signed on, they never bargained for stumbling into the middle of an interplanetary blood feud. After barely surviving a brutal firefight with a squad of Predator soldiers, Thorpe and Briggs hightail it to the GDS compound only to find their base under siege by the offworld marauders. Thorpe and his crew haven't got a prayer of survival—that is, they wouldn't if they didn't have the most unlikely ally in the universe.
Blood is in the air as Predator returns with extreme prejudice in a deadly series written by John Arcudi (Aliens, B.P.R.D.) and illustrated by Javier Saltares (Ghost Rider).
John Arcudi Think that a third-world civil war is messy? How about an off-world civil war? Caught in the middle of a blood feud between rival Predator clans in an east African war zone, private military contractor Thorpe barely makes it back to base with his hide intact after a pitched firefight with a squad of extraterrestrial marauders. But clean sheets and hot chow will provide cold comfort once the alien killers and their lethal technology track Thorpe down, and he has precious little time to marshal the Graham Directive Security crew for a desperate defense. They might have had a chance had they not lost their most potent ally, a lone rival Predator warrior, but now Thorpe and the GDS soldiers are out of options and out of time as they prepare to make their stand—their last stand.