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A series of horrific murders have just gone viral, posted anonymously by the handsome and seductive Nomura (Kazuki Kitamura) with a taste for torture. Thousands of miles away, disgraced journalist Bayu (Oka Antarra) can t stop watching and in a reckless moment discovers he, too, can kill. One man in Tokyo. One in Jakarta. A serial killer and a vigilante. As the posts multiply and the body count rises, a bizarre and psychotic rivalry begins and the face-to-face showdown that s coming will paint the city in blood.
The Lady in Black
Nelson has a vivid nightmare of a woman being murdered, only to discover that it was actually a premonition and that he had witnessed the beginning of a string of serial murders. Now it’s up to him to solve the disturbing mystery, pursue the serial killer to find out why his dreams are being haunted, and ultimately, stop them from continuing their bloody killing spree.
A likable guy pursues his office crush with the help of his evil talking pets, but things turn sinister when she stands him up for a date.
Raised in isolation, the children of Sunderland face an all-consuming choice. They can attend school to learn the teachings of The Angel, an extraterrestrial being that arrived in Sunderland 10 years ago, and “Evolve” like their parents who were turned into mindless zombies, or they can fall; living their lives in the wasteland at the edge of the community where their small rebellions are tolerated as long as they remain within the confines of Sunderland. Like some of the other children David has already decided to fall when the time comes, but he has his own reasons: The Angel killed his mother.
Rec 4: Apocalypse
The apocalypse has begun as the quarantined virus takes on an even more deadly form setting the scenes for horrors we could only have imagined.
CRIME DOES NOT PAY ARCHIVES VOLUME 9
Our latest collection—including every uncensored page fromCrime Does Not Pay issues #54 to #57—is brimming with razor-sharp work by artists George Tuska, Fred Guardineer, Dan Barry, Charles Biro, and others! This volume also features a new foreword by crime and comics storytelling all-star Max Allan Collins (Road to Perdition, King of the Weeds)!
BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER SEASON 10 VOLUME 2: I WISH
Buffy and her crew get their fight on against the new vampires and take a trip to Sunnydale, where Andrew is up to his good/bad/old tricks again. And everyone is tempted by what the new rules of magic can do for them . . . just like the Big Bads who have come knocking on Buffy’s door! Collects Buffy Season 10 #6–#10.
PROMETHEUS: FIRE AND STONE
When the Prometheus never returned from its fateful journey to LV-223, the questions surrounding the origins of man went unanswered. Now a new team of explorers seeks to uncover the dark mystery that holds not only the fate of the original mission, but possibly their own damnation. Collects the four-issue miniseries.
ABE SAPIEN #22
A tranquil Texas town, the last safe place in America, erupts in supernatural violence as Abe Sapien gets a true taste of Hell on Earth, and the lonely road he’s walked since leaving the Bureau gets even lonelier.
Evil Empire Vol. 1
Politics is war without bloodshed. War is politics with bloodshed.
We’re often introduced to totalitarian establishments with pundits already fully in power and it’s up to our hero to bring back order and peace. EVIL EMPIRE explores how unfolds in a real-world setting. How close to the precipice are we right now in the world we live in? Would we let it happen? More specific to this tale: Would we secretly WANT it to happen? Politically charged rapper Reese decries injustice. As she sneers at election year advertisements, the star of the ad, Sam Duggins, makes a surprise appearance backstage. The aspiring politician seeks to tap into the energy of Reese’s fanbase by befriending her and, presumably, winning her endorsement. Then one action tears the country apart in a debate over the meaning of right and wrong, and Reese is not about to stand by as the American people support the rantings of a mad man. But how far will people go to take a stand in what they believe in? Say Anything frontman and Polarity creator Max Bemis’ gripping story explores the world watching modern society gradually evolve (or is it devolve?) into an evil empire.
Happy reading/watching folks!