Are you ready for Marvel Zombies Civil War? Forty years have passed and the zombies have come back home after eating just about everything else in the universe. Yum yum! What awaits them back on Earth, though, is beyond anything even these shambling monstrosities could have conceived! This is a new series featuring the amazing, irreverent take on the Marvel characters that became last year’s unexpected smash hit. They’re back and more stomach-churning than ever! The smash hit series is back, daring to ask: “Whose stomach are you in?”
It was only a matter of time before Iron Man’s longtime enemies re-emerged to confront him once again. And now, they’ve got more than revenge on their minds. An all-new, action-packed mini-series spotlighting the return of classic villains like the LIVING LASER and the SPYMASTER (to name but two)!
Join Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel and others as they find themselves in very familiar positions but with much different problems than the first time around. We’re giving you the alternate dialogue these characters never wanted you to read! The first ever April Fools’ edition has arrived as Grimm Fairy Tales gets the Mystery Science Theater 3000 treatment. Get ready because it’s time for you to laugh your @%$es off!
AT LONG LAST, INVINCIBLE RETURNS TO HIS ORIGINAL COSTUME! After the shocking events of the Invincible War and the cataclysmic battle with Conquest, Invincible is ready to turn the page to a bold new era: just in time for THE VILTRUMITE WAR, starting in next month’s INVINCIBLE #71! This special self-contained issue will bring readers new and old up to speed on everyone’s favorite superhero comic. If you’ve never read INVINCIBLE, now is the time to dive in! And if you’ve been reading since the beginning: You know it’s all been leading up to this moment! Either way, hold onto your hats!
Dr. Doom returns to menace Iron Man in the chilling and long-awaited conclusion of The Camelot Trilogy! Mephisto has apparently found a way to bring about The End Of Days and Tony Stark and Victor Von Doom must form an uneasy alliance to try and stop him. But all may not be as it seems. And it takes a journey to Hell itself before the shocking truth is revealed! Iron Man legends David Michelinie and Bob Layton are joined by penciler supreme Ron Lim to bring you the first part of an epic literally decades in the making!
It’s another new tale of Buckaroo Banzai written by his creator! What made Buckaroo the man of science & justice that he is today? Let’s go back to that fateful day. His visionary father testing the Overthruster – and the tragedy that followed. Young Buckaroo had to grow up fast, as you will see, for the World Crime League was well aware of his potential even then! They go after him and all that’s in the Banzai name with guns blazing! Join young Buckaroo, his mother, Einstein, Robert Oppenheimer, Enrico Fermi, and a band of Apache Shepherds to make things right! Available with a cover by Ed Hannigan or with a card-stock cover from Lee Moyer!
One of the most asked-about character returns is finally here! The ace fighter pilot, and his one-of-a-kind plane, return with an all-new story by action-master Chuck Dixon, in a never-before-told adventure. Be here for the first white-hot meeting between Airboy and that gorgeous femme fatale Valkyrie. Intrigue, thrills, volatile physical chemistry, and cinematic aerial combat mix in an explosive combination! With a retro cover by Joel Naprstek and a modern cover by Steve Bryant.
A new twist on Zombies with action, horror, and the uncomfortably recognizable in the old West! A stop-lossed Army vet. A president in office without the popular vote. A terror crisis gripping the nation! Meet William Wade, newly minted – and seriously resentful – secret agent for President Rutherford B. Hayes. His mission with cerebral partner J.J. Flynn: travel the West and investigate outbreaks of the living dead – each one more horrifyingly advanced than the last. For Wade, 1877 is turning out to be one rotten year. Captain America’s Ed Brubaker calls Rotten ‘One of the strongest and strangest concepts I’ve ever heard, executed with horrific precision,’ and Kingdom Come’s Mark Waid says ‘It’s Deadwood by way of Stephen King. It’s Undeadwood. It’s witty, it’s disturbing, and it’s a must-read.’