The Witcher comics are based on the wildly popular dark fantasy role playing games by developer CD Projekt Red, which are based in their turn on a series of novels and stories by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski.
“Even if you’re not a fan of the Witcher media already, I think there’s a lot in this book to enjoy, but if you are, this is a must-buy.” –Comic Vine
Prometheus: Fire and Stone comics– This is the first volume of a blockbuster crossover event featuring the film properties Aliens, Predator, Aliens vs Predator, and Prometheus; each volume created by a different team. Prometheus: Fire and Stone was written by Paul Tobin, art by Juan Ferreyra.
“Prometheus remains the undisputed crown jewel in Dark Horse’s Fire and Stone event. Compelling characters, tense, gripping situations and – I’ll say it again – the best horror artist on the planet right now, all combining to make something truly special. Highly, highly recommended.” –Big Comic Page
Adventure Time: The Flip Side comics – A self-contained limited series based on the beautifully strange Cartoon Network show. Written by Paul Tobin & Colleen Coover, art by Wook-Jin Clark. Adventure Time: The Flip Side made YALSA’s list of Great Graphic Novels For Teens in 2016.
“Happiness, that’s what you get with Adventure Time and this issue is exactly that.” –Word Of The Nerd
Bionic Woman comics – The updated adventures of Jaime Sommers, titular character of the 1970s TV classic.
Predators graphic novel – Adaptation of the 2010 film produced by Robert Rodriguez starring Adrien Brody, Laurence Fishburn, and Alice Braga.
Falling Skies comics – Based on the TNT network’s sci-fi thriller television series starring Noah Wyle and Moon Bloodgood.