They say the truth will set you free. That’s what Princess Diana—the hero known to the world as Wonder Woman—believed. But she discovered a far darker truth, learning that her entire life and history had been transformed…and it has driven her to madness. Even as her life unravels, sinister forces threaten all she holds dear. No matter how great the trauma, she must continue to fight against the evil and lies that have destroyed her life. With the help of her closest allies—and her greatest enemy, the Cheetah—Diana will put the pieces of her broken mind back together and do battle against her fearsome new foes. Will she defy the will of the gods, save her Amazon sisters and solve the mystery of her own existence once and for all? Or is the cost of the truth too steep for even Wonder Woman to bear?
As the Guardians' internal conflicts reach a boiling point, some outsiders throw more fuel to the fire! One teammate with deep roots on Earth will struggle to hold onto their galactic connections! The Guardians may survive Civil War II, but the team will NEVER be the same!
A devastating war between the United States and Atlantis has been averted, all thanks to Aquaman. And for his part in bringing peace, the King of Atlantis has found the respect and recognition that always eluded him...along with a new group of hardcore “Aquafans” he never expected. But with a higher profile comes a target on Aquaman’s back. There’s Warhead, a cyborg with the ability to mentally control humans and use them as weapons. Then there’s Dead Water, a monstrous villain Aquaman thought he’d defeated, and whose mysterious origins he still doesn’t fully understand. To beat them, the King of the Seven Seas will be forced to make alliances with the same Aquamarines who tried to assassinate him—alliances that may prove just as deadly as any enemy. With these ceaseless threats from above and below, political unrest is rising among the citizens of Atlantis. Even if Aquaman succeeds in keeping his kingdom safe, will he be able to hold on to his throne?
A part of DC REBIRTH, the titanic creative team of Scott Snyder and John Romita Jr. pit Batman against his arch-foe Two-Face in their deadliest battle ever
"A mighty achievement. Thank you." John Lennon "There's no shortage of ambition in this 17-episode series directed in 1977 for British TV by music journalist and filmmaker Tony Palmer. Subtitled "The Story of Popular Music," this is the closest we will ever get to a definitive portrait of such a sprawling topic." Sean Axmaker Jazz is not a black music, nor a white music. Nor is it structureless improvisation. Nor did it originate in New Orleans. As created at the turn of the century throughout the American south, it had a quite specific and limited meaning. Its form was strict, as were the morals and musical principles which guided its early exponents. This film will seek to examine the origins of jazz, and show how these were exploited and eventually lost by greed. Jazz is a story of apartheid in music in which a unique blend of white musical discipline and black sensibility was compromised and laid waste.
The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants from X-Men: Battle of the Atom are back and still gunning for the All-New X-Men! Plus, after Guradians of the Galaxy/All-New X-Men: The Trial of Jean Grey (Panini, 2014), Jean Grey has come back different from her trial. What does this mean for the rest of the X-Men?
Amadeus Cho can calculate parabolas all day, but can he hit one from downtown? Find out when he takes on a classic Hulk villain, but not like anyone remembers. All-new, all-upgraded and all-terrifying - prepare to meet QUASI/MO/DO! The robot menace will be a handful for the Hulk and...basketball superstar Jeremy Lin?! Then, start spreading the news, the totally awesome Hulk is coming to New York City! It's time for a Big Apple showdown with a gathering of Asian and Asian-American heroes - including Ms. Marvel, Shang-Chi and Silk! Who has brought them together? It's not who you think! When a new alien race comes to Earth, Hulk and his new pals will be the planet's last Protectors!
Largo is stuck on a boat with Silky. But this isn't the end of a James Bond story: the vessel's a container ship that belongs to Winch's enemy, a Georgian arms dealer who seems to be behind all the billionaire's current problems. And the crew are armed and trigger-happy. Not entirely surprising, since this time the plot is not just about money - it's also very personal! Poor Largo; things were so much simpler before he stopped being an orphan.
The Guardians of the Galaxy have been grounded! The spacefaring super heroes are stuck, of all places, on Earth. How and why have the Guardians become stranded here, and what are they going to do about their new situation? And to make matters worse, they're also not necessarily a team anymore. Just what's an urban spaceman to do? What would you do?
Humanity, with the new found "power of the gods" is on the brink. A new species of beast, with the intelligence of man, and another race monsters begin to clash in this unpredictable story told through the adventues of a group of six youth whose telekenetic abilities have such been revealed.
A wandering Thorgal is captured and enslaved by Orgoff, a cruel man who appointed himself the local lord after defeating the old one. Orgoff wields the dreadful power of the Sun Sword, which the peasants say makes him invulnerabl. Thorgal, of course, is not convinced. Escaping, he encounters the last of the rebels against the new order - and an old enemy. Together they will have to defeat Orgoff and his allies and recover the Sun Sword.