Story: Christophe Bec
Art: Eric Henninot / Milan Jovanovic
February 07 / 284 Pages / FC / M / Softcover / $24.95
The megalodon, the prehistoric ancestor of the great white shark was the most ferocious predator of the seas, an 80 foot killing machine extinct for millions of years… But when divers drilling in an underwater cave are attacked by this living fossil, oceanographer Kim Melville discovers that this creature may not only have survived, but thrived, and is reclaiming its place at the top of the food chain.
Under the new leadership of Hellmoth, members of the Cryptid Supremacist gang doggedly seek to uncover the identity of the one who turned state's evidence, while the Creature from Devil's Creek comes to understand how hollow the warden's promise of witness protection really was. The compromised prison physician Dr. Zhang has finally escaped all suspicion for sneaking in contraband uranium, and life for her and her inmate paramour Zonn has gotten much calmer... perhaps too calm. Also: Ethical quandaries! Classic evil spirit banishment! An ill-considered attack! And... "You and me, let's take a walk."
KONG ON THE PLANET OF THE APES #4
(W) Ryan Ferrier (A) Carlos Magno (CA) Mike Huddleston, Fay Dalton, Carlos Magno
The armada completes their treacherous journey and Kong is revealed to Ape City.
In Shops: Feb 21, 2018
MECH CADET YU #6
(W) Greg Pak (A) Takeshi Miyazawa (CA) Marcus To, Takeshi Miyazawa
The cadets come face to face with the Sharg, but without their mechs, will they be able to work together?
In Shops: Feb 07, 2018
The damn dirty crossover event you demanded! Following the events of the first Planet of the Apes film (1968), Dr. Zaius and General Ursus lead a small group of soldiers to the Forbidden Zone to destroy any remaining evidence of Taylor’s time among them. To their surprise, they discover...A KONG! Now they must venture to Skull Island with Cornelius and Zira to discover the truth, but they may not survive the deadliest journey of their lives! BOOM! Studios’ Kong comics are based on Joe DeVito’s Skull Island and Merian C. Cooper’s King Kong.
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