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In the year 2048, the hopes of genetic engineering of humans has faded but advancements have come in the development of bumans – half-animal, half-human – through uniting human embryos with those of the most promising of the five species of Great Apes, the bonobos. Corporations see use for these new creations as well as the profitable and powerful porn syndicates. Others wrestle with deeper issues of their humanity and whether they have souls. U.S. senator Josh Logan battles these issues and a tough re-election fight against a pornographess and has to decide whether to alienate his backers by supporting buman rights. The outcome is deadly. 160 pgs, FC
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Science Fiction meets Samurai! The chronicles of Daniel Cray: samurai mercenary. Collects the seven-issue series.
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Daniel Cray - a samurai mercenary - stumbles upon the legendary city of ZenZion, a mysterious desert outpost under siege from a vicious warlord. The peace-loving citizenry beg Cray to defend them… forcing Cray to reluctantly draw his deadly “Malathane” sword one last time to battle a relentless army of robots and their savage masters. Science Fiction meets Samurai in an epic new adventure from John Raffo (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story).
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In the aftermath of a vicious attack, Zenzion's new leader, Kathleen Galway, seeks out battle-weary Daniel Cray to help defend her people and her home. But will the reluctant warrior pick up his Malathane blade one final time?
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As the warlord Kavanaugh gathers his army of cyborgs, mutants, and assassins, Cray must find a way to defend ZenZion using the limited resources available. But how can one disgraced warrior train an entire citizenry to defend itself without molding them into cold-blooded killers in his own image?
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As the students finish their training, Kathleen must develop a plan to take on the Warlord Kavanaugh and his army, but will she put her faith in a dangerous killing machine they've discovered or in the reluctant warrior, Daniel Cray and his deadly Malathane sword.
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After far too little time together, Cray and his Students part ways—the latter setting off to storm the warlord Kavanaugh's sandship, the former having booked passage back to Earth. But along the way, the reluctant warrior is faced with a choice. Will he follow the path before him, or follow the code he has lived by... to almost certain death?
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When the 7th Sword finds its way back to Cray, it seems as though a choice has been made for him. But Cray knows that ultimately, as a Kenji, there was only ever one choice
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Featuring another gorgeous cover from Eisner award-winner Andrew Robinson, writer John Raffo (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story) presents the final battle between the sellsword and the warlord. Flanked by his inexperienced students, Cray must wade through an army of mechs and mutants to confront the barely-human Superfecta 5, with the future of an entire planet hanging in the balance.
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In a dystopian future of mounting sea levels, the rich have access to a rejuvenating vaccine that can allow lifespans of hundreds of years. A young man named Riel arrives in the urban metropolis of Montreal and meets a young woman, Neve, who is allied with rebel insurgents (the "Bastards of God") fighting the corporate powers that control the city and the vaccine.
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Riel follows Neve into the rebel ranks just as the security forces of the city begin their murderous search for the mysterious Gana.
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Gana raids the headquarters of Juvex Corp even as the Bastards of God, under mounting pressure from the police, fall into infighting and take hostages--amongst them Neve.
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Riel learns to his horror that the police have decided to solve the hostage standoff with extreme prejudice: no traces, no witnesses, no rebels, no hostages . . . and Gana finds that mercenaries hired by Juvex Corp are closing in on her.
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The radical new leader of the Bastards of God threatens to execute a hostage every hour if his demands are not met, Neve tries to escape from her captors, and Riel searches desperately for a solution.
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In the finale to Ab Irato, Riel tries to save Neve even as Gana's final confrontation with the CEO of Juvex comes to its bloody conclusion, and a city pushed to the brink by rage and anger threatens to implode.
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In the dystopian future of 2111 and a world of mounting sea levels, the wealthiest fraction of the population has access to a rejuvenating vaccine that can allow lifespans of hundreds of years. A young man named Riel flees the bleak life of the drowning countryside for the urban metropolis of Montreal; there he meets a young woman named Neve, and falls in love, but he also discovers that the city is full of dangers, including rebel insurgents (the "Bastards of God") who are fighting the corporate powers that control everything, demanding equal access for all to the miracle elixirs that can prolong life. Amongst the rebels is a young woman with unusual and mysterious powers, Gana, who is aiming to assassinate the CEO of Juvex, the company that produces the vaccine. As the story spirals into violence and the city into civil war, Neve is taken hostage by the rebels, Gana gets closer to her target, and their investigations begin to reveal that the vaccine may not be everything it's cracked up to be . . .
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Across a multitude of parallel universes, dark forces operate in the shadows, manipulating mankind's histories throughout countless timelines. The agents of these Disruptors all work with a single purposethe recovery and activation of Firefrost, a longhidden doomsday device whose unspeakable power is capable of consuming the galaxy in all its incarnations. Standing in the way of the Disruptors is Luther Arkwright, a human anomaly who exists only in a single universe, a man of vast psychic powers and capable of travelling between the parallel realities to counter the Disruptor's malign influence. But the Disruptors are aware of Arkwright and his abilities, and while Arkwright searches the myriad Earths for the location of Firefrost, the agents of darkness race to destroy Arkwright . . . and to ensure their unthinkable ends. In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the first publication of The Adventures of Luther Arkwright, this new edition features entirely new scans from the original artwork that restore much of the lost detail from previous editions. Arkwright has never looked better! * Nominated for three Eisner Awards and five Eagle Awards.
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Footsloggers and soldiers of fortune, priests, poets, killers, and cads -- they fight for a future Galarchy, for cash, for a cause, for the thrill of adventure. Culled from the forgotten and unwanted of three galaxies, they are trained to be the most elite, and expendable, of fighting forces. Sometimes peacekeepers, sometimes shock troops, the Legion is sent into the Galarchy's most desperate internal and external conflicts. Legionnaires live rough and they die hard, tough as tungsten and loyal to the dirty end.
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The Alien Legion is the most feared fighting force in the Galarchy-and Nomad Squad is the best, and the worst, of the lot. Comprised of the outcasts, dregs, and idealists from three galaxies, the expendable grunts of Nomad jump into a series of intense missions prompted by everything from attacks by biomechanical religious zealots, orders to eliminate a traitorous legion hero, and the personal whims of a Galarchy bureaucrat. The squad is devastated when three veteran legionnaires die-and another faces an even worse fate in a legion "Mindrobber" machine. Nomad's chemistry is further altered with the addition of Tamara, a cosmic valkyrie who catches Lt. Montroc's attention. Volume 2 features over three hundred story pages and rounds out the first Alien Legion series, including the long-out-of-print A Grey Day to Die graphic novel.
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Dark Horse Comics took the industry by storm with its release of Aliens, a comics series that for the first time captured the power of film source material and expanded its universe in a way that fans applauded worldwide. Now, the first three Dark Horse Aliens series -- Outbreak, Nightmare Asylum and Female War -- are collected in a value-priced, quality-format omnibus, featuring nearly 400 story pages in full color. Written by screen and television scribe Mark Verheiden (The Mask, Battlsestar Gallactica) and illustrated with consummate skill by Mark A. Nelson, Den Beauvais and Sam Kieth, Aliens Omnibus Volume 1 is an essential piece of the Aliens mythos and a great entry point into the storied Dark Horse Aliens library.
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