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By: Jeff Parker, Kev Walker, Marko Djurdjevic
The new era for Marvel’s always-evolving, always controversial team kicks off here! It’s a beginning, a return, a departure, and an arrival of a new artist (MARVEL ZOMBIES 3 & 4′s Kev Walker) all rolled into one in a fresh, shocking status quo!The most dangerous people on Earth are now all in one hellish prison, and the only way out is through rehabilitation and contribution to society via The Thunderbolts…under the leadership of the steel-hard-skinned Avenger named Luke Cage! So bring on the first participants: Juggernaut! Crossbones! Ghost! Moonstone! And Man-Thing? Against the sordid recent history of the group as a black ops kill squad, can Power Man restore the Thunderbolts to their rightful potential?
Find out as the entire series is revamped, and also discover why ComicsBulletin.com says: ‘Jeff Parker writes villains with his typical panache…This is why I read comic books.’
Weapon X Noir #1
By: Dennis Calero, C.P. Smith
Spinning from the pages of X MEN NOIR: MARK OF CAIN ‘In the fourth century, Saint Jerome said that the face was the mirror of the mind, and eyes without speaking confess the secrets of the heart.I wear a false face, true. One that is hideous and deformed, to hide my true nature. Or perhaps it is the mask that is real, and the face of a DEMON.’
Imported from the UK!
School teachers Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton become intrigued by one of their students, Susan Foreman, and they visit her home address – a junkyard at 76 Totter’s Lane – where they meet her grandfather, the Doctor. The Doctor and Susan are aliens who travel through time and space in their ship, the TARDIS, which looks like an ordinary police box but holds within a huge gleaming control room. This action figure depicts the first Doctor, William Hartnell, in the costume he wore in Doctor Who’s first episode, ‘An Unearthly Child,’ with a hat, cape, scarf, and longer jacket.
Doctor Who: Hornets’ Nest, Circus of Doom
In Blandford, 1832, ringmaster Antonio exerts a strange influence on the townsfolk. When the Doctor steps into the ring, he discovers that Antonio has some familiar demons of his own. Tom Baker reprises his role as the beloved fourth Doctor in this multi-voice production. This is #3 in a series of five stories.
Doctor Who: Hornets’ Nest, A Sting in the Tale
In a bleak midwinter, an order of nuns protect their Mother Superior from ravaging dogs. But something is very wrong here indeed — and the Doctor is about to get badly stung. Tom Baker reprises his role as the beloved fourth Doctor in this multi-voice production. This is #4 in a series of five stories.
Doctor Who: Hornets’ Nest, Hive of Horror
The Doctor and Mike must face their enemy in a final battle. They have an unwilling accomplice — and loyalties are about to be tested to the limit. Tom Baker reprises his role as the beloved fourth Doctor in this multi-voice production. This is #5 in a series of five stories.
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep: Dust To Dust #1
By: Chris Roberson, Robert Adler, Trevor Hairsine, Benjamin Carre
A science-fiction publishing event! Who hunted androids before Rick Deckard? Taking place immediately after World War Terminus ends, the problems with artificial life – androids – become apparent.
The government decides they must become targets, hunted down, but who will do the dirty work? Two men are assigned: Malcolm Reed, a ‘special’ human with the power to feel others’ emotions, and Charlie Victor, who’s the perfect man for the job – or is he?
Meanwhile Samantha Wu, a Stanford biologist, fights to save the last of the world’s animals. John W. Campbell Memorial Award-nominee Chris Roberson writes the prequel to John W. Campbell Memorial Award-winner Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, one of the greatest science fiction novels ever published!