SLASH & BURN #2
As Rosheen wraps up the case of the trigger-happy corpse, her quest to find the face from her past sparks memories of her childhood days of arson and infamy.
THE EXTERMINATORS VOL. 3: LIES OF OUR FATHERS
In this volume collecting issues #11-16, the Bug-Bee-Gone boys bury one of their own while another member of the team remains missing, but the business of bug-killing must go on.
THE EXTERMINATORS #13
Part 1 of the new 4-part story "Lies of our Fathers." The Bug-Bee-Gone boys bury one of their own and another remains missing, but nature waits for no man, so the business of bug-killing must go on. When Henry attempts to quell an an infestation in a hospital ward, a figure from his past reminds him that the worst vermin are often human. Featuring a cover by Darick Robertson.
THE EXTERMINATORS #9
Part 3 of the 4-part "Insurgency." The cockroaches take their guerilla war to a frightening new level, staging suicide attacks on the Los Angeles power grid. Is it six-legged heroism, or insect terrorism? As the resulting outages lead to mass panic, man turns against man, paving the way for a roach revolution. And Nils reveals a secret deep in Bug Bee Co.'s past that may shed light on the horror.
updatedSLASH & BURN #1
Another day, another hot date.
THE EXTERMINATORS VOL. 2: INSURGENCY
In this stunning volume collecting THE EXTERMINATORS #6-10, Henry and Stretch get an emergency call to dispose of a black widow that's been terrorizing the local SandM club. But what they encounter will change the course of their newfound mission.
THE EXTERMINATORS #10
The calamitous conclusion of the 4-part "Insurgency." Nothing is more deadly than a militia of insects willing to kill themselves for a cause. The Bug-Bee boys discover that the cause is to turn man's own considerable waste products against him. And one Bug Brother will have to give his own life to hold back the rise of the roaches. For now.
THE EXTERMINATORS #7
"Insurgency" Part 2 of 4. Stretch and Henry trail Bug Brother Kevin to one of his after-hours haunts where they find that he's the star of a savage "sport" that makes Fight Club look tame. Meanwhile, the cockroaches stage a sudden attack and AJ returns — or does he?