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Moth & Whisper #1

by Ted Anderson, Jen Hickman

Published by Aftershock Comics

Everyone knows that the two greatest thieves in the city are the Moth and the Whisper. Very few know that the Moth and the Whisper disappeared six months ago. And what nobody knows is that the new Moth and Whisper are actually one person pretending to be both of them. One supremely skilled but uncertain young genderqueer thief: Niki, the child of the Moth and the Whisper.

Niki has been trained by their parents in the arts of stealth and infiltration, but they’re still just a teenager and now they’re alone, searching for their parents in a hostile cyberpunk dystopia. Corporations run the streets while crime lords like Ambrose Wolfe run the alleys—identity is a commodity and privacy is impossible. The truth about Niki’s parents and their disappearance is out there, but can Niki survive long enough to find it?

A Young Adult cyberpunk thriller starring a genderqueer super-thief, MOTH & WHISPER is the brainchild of Ted Anderson (My Little Pony, Adventure Time) and Jen Hickman (Jem and the Holograms, The Dead) – a story that just HAD to be told at AfterShock!

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Cindy the Demonhunter

by Ash Jackson, Mathias Mann

Published by Arcana Comics

To high school pals, Nick and Seth, aren’t leading exciting lives; at all. But that all changes when they find a mysterious cross made from human bone. It doesn’t take long for them to realize it’s the same artifact from a well-known TV show called  Cindy, the Demon Hunter. Chaos ensues as they discover the cross makes whoever’s maintaining it impervious to harm. Getting shot, beaten, even run over doesn’t leave so much as a mark, but what it does cause is the conjuring of a horde of vicious demons hell-bent on destroying Nick and Seth. There’s only one person who can get them out of this tight spot: a demon hunter.

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The Complete Life And Death Aliens vs Predator

Aliens Predator Prometheus AvP: The Complete Life And Death Hardcover

by Dan Abnett, Brian Albert, Andrea Mutti, Moritat

Published by Dark Horse Comics

It’s a battle for survival against the three deadliest species in the galaxy!

For Captain Paget and her platoon of Colonial Marines, a routine mission for the Weyland-Yutani Corporation becomes a running battle that will carry them halfway across the galaxy in a fateful four-way war! Collects the entire Life and Death story cycle in a deluxe, oversized hardcover!

* The sequel to Fire and Stone!

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Generation Witch Vol 3 cover

Generation Witch Vol 3

by Uta Isaki

Published by Seven Seas Entertainment

In this volume of witchy wonders, hidden truths and hidden powers work their magic! In one story, a teenage boy is absolutely convinced that his childhood friend is a witch, but she refuses to own up. Meanwhile, a woman gets her powers a little late in life–after she’s dead! And the mysteries of magic don’t end there. A high school exorcism, magical matchmaking, and more abound in the enchanting third volume of Generation Witch!

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Hawkman 4

Hawkman #4

by Dan Abnett, Brian Albert, Andrea Mutti, Moritat

Published by DC Comics

It’s Hawkman vs. Hall in the brawl for all of Thanagar! Having just teleported across the galaxy, Earthman Carter Hall squares off against Thanagarian space cop Katar Hol in an all-Hawkman slugfest. Katar provides the next piece of the puzzle in Carter’s quest to unlock the secrets of his own past—an alien artifact that immediately zooms him back to Earth. While puzzling out the space doohickey’s purpose, Carter finds himself whisked away once again, only to come face to face with an old Justice League teammate.

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Mobile Suit Gundam WING: Glory of Losers Cover

Mobile Suit Gundam WING: Glory of Losers

Volume 8

by Katsuyuki Sumisawa, Tomofumi Ogasawara

Published by Vertical Comics

Heero is forced by Chief Engineer Trant to undergo simulation training in the Wing Gundam Proto Zero. He is able to produce figures from the mysterious “ZERO System” that are well above the normal range. However, the Proto Zero suddenly activates and goes berserk.

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H P Lovecraft He Who Wrote in Darkness GN Cover

H.P. Lovecraft He Who Wrote in Darkness Graphic Novel

by Alex Nikolavitch

Published by Pegasus Books

Creator of the myth of Cthulhu, Arkham, and the sinister Necronomicon, Howard Phillips Lovecraft became known, after his death, as one of the most influential writers

Lovecraft had an unusual childhood marked by tragedy. His traveling salesman father developed a mental disorder and, in 1893, became a patient at the Butler Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, and there he remained until his death.

A sickly child, Lovecraft became an avid reader. He loved the works of Edgar Allan Poe and developed a special interest in astronomy. As a teenager, he suffered a nervous breakdown and became a reclusive figure, choosing to stay up late studying and reading and writing and then sleeping late into the day. During this time, he managed to start publishing short stories his inimitable form of horror fiction.

As mythical as one of his own creations, his innumerable readers see him as having been a rather strange figure from another world. Who really was this recluse from Providence?

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