X returns in a limited series to Dark Horse comics. The vigilante X hunts the corrupt businessmen and criminals of Arcadia. Equipped with his own brutal sense of justice, X has left a long trail of blood and bodies in his city. He trusts no one except himself, and leaves a red X on his victims’ faces, the same red X on his mask. With the body count rising, the police attempt to track the elusive killer. X is also hunted by a former journalist named Leigh Ferguson, who reports her findings through her web site. However, X does not want to be found, and will do anything to keep it that way, including murder.
A former hit man for the mob, Joe Fitzgerald, promises his lover Sarah he will quit his job after he performs one last hit, to kill a rival enforcer named James. Instead, he gets much more than he bargained for when James, a demon summoner, kills him and his lover Laura. However, thanks to an angel, Joe is resurrected to take his revenge on James. He is told that he will reunite with his lover in the afterlife if he performs good deeds and dies a “righteous” death. Since killing James, Joe Fitzgerald solves supernatural problems for a price, ten grand in cash. A woman named Debbie hires him to find her sister in the cult Divine Will. Its leader is James, the man Joe killed two years ago.
Slowly, your favorite Golden Age heroes are returning to the DC universe. Called the second Age of Wonders, these new heroes attempt to fill in for their deceased superhero predecessors, Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. With the Earth rebuilding after their war with Apokolips, Green Lantern, Flash, Hawkgirl, and Doctor Fate must combat a revitalized invasion lead by Steppenwolf and the World Government Army who wants them captured.
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie bring back the Marvel’s fan-favorite comic series, Young Avengers, after the departure of its original creators. This new series introduces characters like Loki, Miss America, and Marvel Boy, and features old favorites from the original comic, such as Wiccan, Hulkling, and Hawkeye. The old team is still reeling over the death of fellow teammate, Cassie Lang, and some members have a hard time adjusting to a normal life. However, that all changes when Wiccan brings Hulkling’s adoptive mother back from the dead.
Set during the early 1940s in the city of Chicago, Green Hornet is the story of a hero who stands up against crime and corruption plaguing his city. By day, Britt Reid is the publisher of the Daily Sentinel. At night, he roams the mean streets of Chicago, disguising himself as the Green Hornet. However, Britt Reid is no ordinary hero. While other alter egos fight for the side of good, Green Hornet pretends to be a criminal, gaining the respect of Chicago’s shady underworld. Britt then uses his connections with the Green Hornet to expose criminals and corrupt officials through the Daily Sentinel. With his sidekick Kato, the Green Hornet sets out to hunt down the criminal elements of his city, by pretending to be one.
Set between the movies Star Wars: A New Hope and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Dark Horse’s Star Wars series brings back old characters from the original trilogy into a brand new original story. All of the classic characters are represented: Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, even Boba Fett makes a guest appearance. The Rebel Alliance searches for a new home base. However, with a traitor within their organization, can anyone be trusted?
Tim is a poor artist living in Brooklyn, New York. One day, he finds out he is bipolar when he gets hit by a car while walking into the middle of the street half-naked. After spending some time in the hospital and therapy, as well as taking a large amount of drugs, Tim returns to New York as a famous artist. The work he painted while dealing with his bipolar condition is considered some of his best art. Surrounded by his current girlfriend, Alexis, and her hipster friends, Tim struggles with his condition, which may be more than it seems.
Roland is a down-on-his-luck space gambler and card cheat. With a large debt to pay off, he is forced to serve on the casino/prison spaceship, Lost Vegas. So far he has served five years as a servant busing tables and working for tips. Since he does not want to work at Lost Vegas forever, Roland has other plans. He hopes to escape Lost Vegas by cheating money from the casino and buying a ship. He also has help from a few friends: Ink, a telepathic, black goo alien; Rinny, the Lost Vegas mechanic; and Loria, a Lost Vegas card dealer. Equipped with a holographic collar so he can blend into Lost Vegas’s gambling crowd, Roland has all the cards to make the perfect getaway.
Tim Seeley’s and Mike Norton’s Revival series is a brand new take on the zombie genre. In the Wausau district of Wisconsin, the dead are rising from the grave. However, instead of mindless corpses, the people have been resurrected with their original personalities. The local townspeople call them Revivers. With the entire district quarantined by the federal government, a young police officer and single mother named Dana Cypress are investigating the murder of her sister, Martha, who is a Reviver. Through Dana’s eyes, the comic branches into all walks of life within the quarantined area, with everyone trying to deal with this new phenomenon.
“Sex” is a provocative comic that looks into the private lives of superheroes and their foes. Simon Cooke is a billionaire and former superhero, attempting to live a civilian life at the request of his mentor, Quinn, after her death. His constant training and night patrolling have left him sexually repressed. While Simon’s friends help him adjust to retirement, his former foes lurk in the shadows, filling the vacuum created during Simon’s absence. His return has a domino affect on Saturn City, as the secrets of his superhero past slowly come to light.
Welcome to Earth 2, a new universe where old Golden Age heroes are revamped for the modern era. Over the past ten issues, DC Comics has gradually reintroduced classic heroes and villains into this universe. Without Superman, Batman or Wonder Woman to look after them, these superheroes have branched out on their own. However, with the return of Steppenwolf, do they have the strength to take on Apokolips?
Welcome to the School of Five Weapons, a place where parents send their children to become world-class assassins and hitmen. All students must choose one of five weapon clubs in order to graduate: Knife, Gun, Staff, Archery, or Exotic Weapon. Recently, Tyler Shainline has enrolled into this school, son of the world famous Shainline assassins. Much to the chagrin of everyone, he has not chosen a weapon yet. Tyler Shainline must use his wits to combat the teachers and students of Five Weapons, and prevent them from learning his true identity.