Working on a crime-scene clean-up crew, disaffected slacker Web Goodhue is hired by the daughter of a Malibu suicide victim who enlists his help in getting her brother out of trouble, making him the target of some gun-toting L.A. cowboys who are out for blood.
It's three thousand miles from the fields of glory, where Henry "Hank" Thompson once played California baseball, to the Lower East Side of Manhattan, where the tenements are old, the rents are high, and the drunks are dirty. But now Hank is here, working as a bartender and taking care of a cat named Bud who is surely going to get him killed. It begins when Hank's neighbor Russ has to leave town in a rush and hands over Bud in a carrier. But it isn't...
"Skinner founded his career in "asset protection" on fear. To touch anyone under his protection was to invite destruction. A savagely effective methodology, until Skinner's CIA handlers began to fear him as much as his enemies did and banished him to the hinterlands of the intelligence community. Now, an ornate and evolving cyber-terrorist attack is about to end that long exile. His asset is Jae, a roboticist with a gift for seeing the underlying...
From the Battery to the Bronx, Manhattan is crawling with Vampyres. Joe Pitt is one of them, and he's not happy about it. Yeah, he gets to be tough as nails and hard to kill. But spending his nights trying to score a pint of blood to feed the Vyrus that's eating at him isn't his idea of a good time. Now some fool who got himself infected with a flesh-eating bacteria is lurching around, trying to munch on folks' brains. Joe hates shamblers, but he's...
Henry "Hank" Thompson's got a good thing going-a hut on a quiet Mexican beach, morning swims, a nice breakfast place a few miles down shore ... until a backpacker with a Russian accent shows up and starts asking questions about his past. Questions Hank doesn't want to deal with. And then the backpacker mentions the money ... and Hank's parents. So Hank makes a fateful move ... because no one threatens Hank's family. Now Thompson is on the run-dodging...
Khonshu - God of the Moon, God of Vengeance - saved Marc Spector's life, brought him to glory, and made him Moon Knight. But what Khonshu gives, he also takes away. Spector learned this the hard way, spiraling into madness, depression and worse. Now Specter wants back in the game. Will Khonshu hear his prayer?
Three months back on the job, and they're already coming out of the woodwork. The bad guys you expect. But the heroes - them you don't expect. Spider-Man... Frank Castle, the angel of death himself...even the fugitive Captain America. And now, this other thing. Someone is out there. Leaving bodies. Someone who knows you.
Moon Knight is back in the game - leaving a trail of broken bodies in his wake - and everyone wants to know the same thing: Who the hell gave this psycho a Registration Card? But no one wants to know more than the architect of the Initiative, Tony Stark. As the body count grows, the pressure to bring in the poster child for super-powered irresponsibility might grow too much for Stark to ignore!
With his Adamantium-laced bones and seemingly limitless recuperative powers, Wolverine is virtually unkillable. But it's that same healing factor that makes him a target for crazed virologist Winsor, a walking disease factory who employs a small army of healers and immortals. To test the limits of Wolverine's healing abilities, these vampires, demigods and madmen will push Logan to the limits of his endurance in ways more gruesome than he's ever encountered....
La Farge YA Graphic Novels
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"Wolverine gets taken apart-at the cellular level! Crazed virologist Winsor has infected Wolverine with a contagion that is rewriting his genetic code-and that's only the beginning! WHen a techno-organic monster attacks Wolverine and kills his only lead to Winsor, the timely arrival of a pair of space pirates and their robotic falcon saves the X-Man and sets him on an intergalactic road to revenge."--P.  of cover.