Today's battlefield isn't just about the uniformed soldier in service to his country; there's also the contractor, who answers to the corporation. Call them mercenaries, soldiers-for-hire, or private military operators, they are a new breed of combatant in today's conflicts.SHOOTERS is the story of Terry Glass, a warrior whose spirit and soul has been hardened in countless battles. When a horrible accident shatters his world, Glass finds himself waging a private war on several fronts – against his career, his marriage, and ultimately, his faith.
updatedTRANSMETROPOLITAN VOL. 10: ONE MORE TIME - NEW EDITION
At last, it's the final showdown between Spider Jerusalem and the corrupt president of the United States in this new printing of the title collecting TRANSMETROPOLITAN #55-60, along with the specials I HATE IT HERE and FILTH OF THE CITY.
updatedTRANSMETROPOLITAN: TALES OF HUMAN WASTE
TALES OF HUMAN WASTE completes the TRANSMETROPOLITAN library, collecting the two Prestige-format one-shots TRANSMETROPOLITAN: I HATE IT HERE and TRANSMETROPOLITAN: FILTH OF THE CITY, as well as the 8-page Christmas story from VERTIGO: WINTER'S EDGE 2. Written by Warren Ellis, this collection features a host of one and two-page pieces from comics' finest artists illustrating excerpts from the Word columns of crazed outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem.
updatedROAD TO PERDITION 2: ON THE ROAD
Set between the chapters of ROAD TO PERDITION, this new edition of the PERDITION sequel collects three tales of Michael O'Sullivan.
updatedROAD TO PERDITION 2: ON THE ROAD - NEW EDITION
Set between the chapters of the original ROAD TO PERDITION, this new edition of the PERDITION sequel collects three stories. In "Oasis," Michael Jr. contracts a life-threatening illness, forcing him to hide out in a small town. The story continues in "Sanctuary" as the O'Sullivans seek a hiding place from the bounty hunters on their trail. And in "Detour," Michael O'Sullivan heads for a showdown with a kingpin's heir whose history – and destiny – is entangled with his own.