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War of Kings: Ascension
Dan Abnett - 2009
Who is Talon? What does he want with the young Earthman that '90s comic junkies know as Chris Powell? What is the shocking truth that connects the hero called Darkhawk not only to the Shi'Ar, but to the larger cosmos? This title collects War of Kings: Ascension, numbered 1-4, and War of Kings: Darkhawk, numbered 1-2.
Batman: No Man's Land
Alan Grant - 2000
Instead, the government gives Gothamites 24 hours to get out, after which it will blow up the bridges and tunnels, isolating Gotham from the world. Batman: No Man's Land presents this cut-off Gotham City, a place with no ground rules, where Batman and Commissioner Gordon must try to forge order out of chaos.
Hard Time: 50 to Life
Steve Gerber - 2004
Now he's got 50 years of hard time to look forward to. But Something powerful has been growing within Ethan, and on the day of his sentencing, it escapes at last. It will change a life that has already been completely changed. It will follow him into the savage setting of a maximum-security prison, where each day is a struggle for survival. Will it be a source of massive power, a chance for redemption, or the cruelest of curses?
Fables: Compendium Two
Bill Willingham - 2009
This collection takes on a life of its own, ending with the story “The Dark Ages”–taking place post-war–but if the Fables knew the consequences, they might not have gone to war at all. Collects Fables #42-81 and Peter & Max: A Fables Novel HC.
Stephen King The Dark Tower The Long Road Home #4
And for the last of the line of Eld there may be no way out. Meanwhile, on Mid-World, Alain and Cuthbert desperately struggle to protect Roland's unconscious form, and themselves, against a pack of ravening wolves.
Share Your Universe: Spider-Man
Paul Tobin - 2010
To the media, he's a menace. To the Torino crime family, he's a possible million dollar payday. To Gwen Stacy, he's the subject of her latest school paper, and a way to become a reporter for the Daily Bugle. He's Peter Parker, the amazing Spider-Man.
Grant Morrison - 2004
The government has spent millions to fuse the firepower of a battalion with the nervous systems of a dognamed Bandit, a cat named Tinker, and a rabbit named Pirate. As part of a program to replace human soldiers with expendable animals, the U.S. government has transformed three ordinary pets into the ultimate killing machines. But now, those threeanimals have seized the chance to make a last, desperate run for 'Home.' A run that will turn into a breathless hunt to the death against the might of the entire military/industrial complex. Prepare for adrenaline rushes and flowing tears as theworld's deadliest, most misunderstood animals make a spectacular, unforgettable bid for freedom!