- Hellboy: an assortment of horrors, Christopher Golden; illustrated by Mike Mignola.
- Short stories by some of today's top names in fantasy, horror, and mystery.
- Welcome home: an anthology on love and adoption, [edited by Eric Smith].
- Fire force. 06, Atsushi Ohkubo ; [translation, Alethea Nibley & Athena Nibley].
- Company 8 has come to Asakusa to investigate the Evangelist, but Company 7's captain suspects them of creating artificial Infernals! The White Hoods have set a trap for Company 8, inciting riots and setting the whole town ablaze. And in the midst of the chaos, a new type of Infernal rears its ugly head.
- Magi. 26: the labyrinth of magic, story & art by Shinobu Ohtaka; [translation & English adaptation, John Werry].
- Gyokuen, the current Empress of Kou, continues to drive much of the turmoil that has upset the balance of power among nations. Alibaba and Aladdin head for the Kou Empire to try to speak to Hakuryu, but their friend has undergone the Fall and is consumed by his thirst for revenge. What now will become of the Kou Empire, and of the world?
- The summer of Owen Todd, Tony Abbott.
- Owen and his best friend, Sean, are both eleven years old. They've lived on Cape Cod all their lives, and now that they're a little older, they'll finally be free to spend some time on their own. But Sean's mother has a different idea; she hires a babysitter to look after Sean. Paul is in his twenties, and a well-liked guy from church. Paul starts doing things that just feel wrong. Because they've always been as close as brothers, Sean tells Owen, and no one else. What's not certain to Owen is what he should do. Sean warns him not to tell anyone what is happening. But if Owen doesn't tell, could something even worse happen to Sean? This harrowing and sensitively told tale of child abuse is a must-read for anyone who might ever be called upon to help a friend in need.
- Battlefront., Michael Adams.
- The rising of the Shield Hero: the manga companion. 2, Aiya Kyu; original story by Aneko Yusagi; character design by Minami Seira.
- Naofumi Iwatani, an uncharismatic Otaku who spends his days on games and manga, suddenly finds himself summoned to a parallel universe! He discovers he is one of four heroes equipped with legendary weapons and tasked with saving the world from its prophesied destruction. Naofumi is soon alone, penniless, and betrayed. Naofumi must rise to become the legendary Shield Hero and save the world!
- Case closed. Volume 64, Gosho Aoyama; [translation, Tetsuichiro Miyaki].
- A blind woman hires Richard Moore to find the scarred man who once saved her life. Can Conan figure out which of her visitors is the hero and which one is a serial killer on the lam?
- If there's no tomorrow, Jennifer L. Armentrout.
- Lena Wise is always looking forward to tomorrow, especially at the start of her senior year. Until one choice, one moment, destroys everything. Now Lena isn't looking forward to tomorrow. Not when friend time may never be the same. With the guilt growing each day, Lena knows that her only hope is to move on. But how can she move on when her and her friends' entire existences have been redefined?
How can she move on when tomorrow isn't guaranteed?
- Tool of war, Paolo Bacigalupi.
- In a future beset with rising seas, corporate government, and constant civil war, a bioengineered half-man/half-beast super-soldier who calls himself Tool breaks his conditioning to
overcome his genetically enhanced sense of loyalty to the corporation that created him and seeks revenge against his old masters.
- Little Women and me., Lauren Baratz-Logsted.
- The language of thorns: midnight tales and dangerous magic, Leigh Bardugo; illustrated by Sara Kipin.
- Love speaks in flowers. Truth requires thorns. Travel to a world of dark bargains struck by moonlight, of haunted towns and hungry woods, of talking beasts and gingerbread golems, where a young mermaid's voice can summon deadly storms and where a river might do a lovestruck boy's bidding but only for a terrible price. Inspired by myth, fairy tale, and folklore, author Leigh Bardugo has crafted a deliciously atmospheric collection of short stories filled with betrayals, revenge, sacrifice, and love.
- Ultimate Fantastic Four. [Vol. 1], The fantastic, [writers, Brian Michael Bendis & Mark Millar; pencils, Adam Kubert; inks, Danny Miki and John Dell; colors, Dave Stewart; letters, Chris Eliopoulos].
- The World's Greatest Comic Magazine and subject of the upcoming blockbuster motion picture at long last makes its long-awaited debut in the Ultimate Marvel Universe! Witness the beginnings of the Four: Reed Richards, Johnny Storm, Susan Storm and Ben Grimm super-hero icons for the new century! When high-school genius
Reed Richards enrolls at a secret government-sponsored school for the most gifted minds in the world, he unwittingly starts himself and his friends on the journey of a lifetime! A story about science, adventure, and above all else family, set in the most dynamic and unpredictable universe in the comic-book world!
- Bombshells. Volume 5, The death of illusion, written by Marguerite Bennett; art by Mirka Andolfo [and six others].
- The extraordinary heroines known as the Bombshells are fighting on all fronts in an increasingly brutal war. Will the return of two long-lost allies, and a squad of unlikely teammates, be enough to secure victory? One of those ready to rejoin the fight is Supergirl, but Lex Luthor and Hugo Strange have plans of their own for the Maid of Might. When Supergirl is pitted against her clone, will they find there's room for more than one Kryptonian on this planet? Meanwhile, Raven stows away with Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, but a mission of mercy becomes one of revenge when she meets Lois Lane! Plus, meet French flying ace Barbara Gourdon, also known as Batgirl. Her search for her lost love brought her to the Louisiana bayou, where she disappeared for years. But when Bombshells commander Amanda Waller sends Lieutenant Francine Charles on a mission to recruit her, Batgirl and her friends Ravager and Enchantress will form a new kind of super-team: the Suicide Squad!
- Far from the tree, Robin Benway.
- Being the middle child has its ups and downs. But for Grace, an only child who was adopted at birth, discovering that she is a middle child is a different ride altogether. After putting her own baby up for adoption, she goes looking for her biological family, including Maya, her loudmouthed younger bio sister, who has a lot to say about their newfound family ties. Having grown up the snarky brunette in a house full of chipper redheads, she's quick to search for traces of herself among these not-
quite-strangers. And when her adopted family's long-buried problems begin to explode to the surface, Maya can't help but wonder where exactly it is that she belongs. And Joaquin, their stoic older bio brother, who has no interest in bonding over their shared biological mother. After seventeen years in the foster care system, he's learned that there are no heroes, and secrets and fears are best kept close to the vest, where they can't hurt anyone but him.
- The Rasputin dagger., Theresa Breslin.
- Future threat., Elizabeth Briggs.
- Louis undercover, Fanny Britt, Isabelle Arsenault; translated by Christelle Morelli and Susan Ouriou.
- In this powerful new graphic novel from Fanny Britt and Isabelle Arsenault, we meet Louis, a young boy who shuttles between his alcoholic dad and his worried mom, and who, with the help of his best friend, tries to summon up the courage to speak to his true love, Billie. Louis's dad cries: Louis knows this because he spies on him. His dad misses the happy times when their family was together, just as Louis does. But as it is, he and his little brother, Truffle, have to travel back and forth between their dad's country house and their mom's city apartment, where she tries to hide her own tears. Thankfully, Louis has Truffle for company. Truffle loves James Brown lyrics, and when he isn't singing, he's asking endless questions. Louis also has his friend Boris, with whom he spots ghost cop cars and spies on the "silent queen," the love of his life, Billie. When Louis and Truffle go to their dad's for two weeks during the summer, their father seems to have stopped drinking. And when Truffle has a close call from a bee sting, their mother turns up and the reunited foursome spend several wonderful days in New York; until they reach the end of the road, again. A beautifully illustrated, true-to-life portrayal of just how complex family relationships can be, seen through the eyes of a wise, sensitive boy who manages to find his own way forward.
- What to say next, Julie Buxbaum.
- When an unlikely friendship is sparked between relatively popular Kit Lowell and socially isolated David Drucker, everyone is surprised, most of all Kit and David. Kit appreciates David's blunt honesty; in fact, she finds it bizarrely refreshing. David welcomes Kit's attention and her inquisitive nature. When she asks for his help figuring out the how and why of her dad's tragic car accident, David is all in. But neither of them can predict what they'll find. Can their friendship survive the truth?
- Ash and quill., Rachel Cain
- The knowing, Sharon Cameron.
- The underground city of New Canaan is safe from the Forgetting which afflicts Canaan above ground, but in her rigidly controlled and repressive city, eighteen-year-old Samara, one of the Knowing, is plagued by her memory of the horrors she has seen, and determined to seek answers in the cursed city above, where she will find Beckett Rodriguez and his parents, on a mission from Earth to study the lost colony.
- Into the bright unknown, Rae Carson.
- Leah is poised to have everything she ever dreamed of on the long, dangerous journey to California's gold fields; wealth, love, the truest friends, and a home. Thanks to her magical ability to sense precious gold, Leah; her fiance, Jefferson; and her friends have claimed rich land in California Territory. But their fortune makes them a target, and when a dangerous billionaire sets out to destroy them, Leah and her friends must fight back with all of their power and talents. Leah's magic is continuing to strengthen and grow, but someone is on to her, someone who might have a bit of magic herself. The stakes are higher than ever as Lee and her friends hatch a daring scheme that could alter California's history forever.
- Sun warrior, P. C. Cast.
- Mari, an Earth Walker and Nik, a Companion, find themselves working together to save each other and their people from destruction. Thaddeus betrayed his own people, killing Nik's father and destroying their clan. But he wants the power he believes Mari has stolen from him and his people and he will do anything he must to get them back, even if it means destroying everything in his path. Meanwhile, Dead Eye becomes a willing vessel for the newly awakened god, Death. Death has plans of his own and he, too, will use whatever and whomever he must, including the mad Thaddeus.
- The last Namsara, Kristen Ciccarelli.
- In the beginning, there was the Namsara: the child of sky and spirit, who carried love and laughter wherever he went. But where there is light, there must be darkness, and so there was also the Iskari. The child of blood and moonlight. The destroyer. The death-bringer. These are the legends that Asha, daughter of the king of Firgaard, has grown up learning in hushed whispers, drawn to the forbidden figures of the past. But it isn't until she becomes the fiercest, most feared dragon slayer in the land that she takes on the role of the next Iskari; a lonely destiny that leaves her feeling more like a weapon than a girl. Asha conquers each dragon and brings its head to the king, but no kill can free her from the shackles that await at home: her betrothal to the cruel commandant, a man who holds the truth about her nature in
his palm. When she's offered the chance to gain her freedom in exchange for the life of the most powerful dragon in Firgaard, she finds that there may be more truth to the ancient stories than she ever could have expected. With the help of a secret friend, a slave boy from her betrothed's household, Asha must shed the layers of her Iskari bondage and open her heart to love, light, and a truth that has been kept from her.
- Grave matter, Juno Dawson; with illustrations by Alex T. Smith.
- Shadowblack, Sebastien de Castell.
- A Shadowblack plague is taking hold. It's a few months since Kellen left his people behind. Now 16, Kellen and Reichis have developed something of a reputation for being able to kill unruly mages. So it's no surprise when a wealthy but desperate father asks for their help in hunting down the men who've blackmailed him by putting a deadly curse on his only daughter. But when Kellen realises the girl is showing all the symptoms of the Shadowblack, he starts to wonder if those same mages might be able to cure his own disease for the right price.
- Alex and Eliza., Melissa De la Cruz.
- Lola offline., Nicola Doherty.
- Deadpool: world's greatest. 8, 'Til death do us, [Gerry Duggan, Joshua Corin, Christopher Hastings, writers; Salva Espin, Scott Koblish, artists].
- Deadpool: world's greatest. 9, Deadpool in space, [Gerry Duggan, writer, Mike Hawthorne, penciler; Terry Pallot, inker; Jordie Bellaire, colorist; Joe Sabino, letterer].
- Wade Wilson heads out to space on a personal mission, and runs into cosmic trouble.
- Even the darkest stars, Heather Fawcett.
- Kamzin dreamed of becoming one of the Emperor's royal explorers, the elite climbers tasked with mapping the wintry, mountainous Empire and spying on its enemies. Then River Shara, the greatest explorer ever known, arrives and demands to hire Kamzin, not her older sister Lusha, as everyone had expected, for his next expedition. River's mission to retrieve a rare talisman for the emperor; it means climbing Raksha, the tallest and deadliest mountain in the Aryas. When Lusha sets off on her own mission to Raksha with a rival explorer, Kamzin must decide what's most important to her: protecting her sister from the countless perils of the climb or beating her to the summit. The challenges of climbing Raksha are unlike anything Kamzin expected, or prepared for, with avalanches, ice chasms, ghosts,
and even worse at every turn. And as dark secrets are revealed, Kamzin must unravel the truth of their mission and of her companions while surviving the deadliest climb she has ever faced.
- Firsts: a novel, Laurie Elizabeth Flynn
- Seventeen-year-old Mercedes Ayres has an open-door policy when it comes to her bedroom, but only if the guy fulfills a specific criteria: he has to be a virgin. Mercedes lets the boys get their awkward fumbling first times over with, and all she asks in return is that they give their girlfriends the perfect first time; the kind Mercedes never had herself. Keeping what goes on in her bedroom a secret has been easy so far. Her mother isn't home nearly enough to know about Mercedes' extracurricular activities, and her uber-religious best friend, Angela, won't even say the word "sex" until she gets married. But Mercedes doesn't bank on Angela's boyfriend finding out about her services and wanting a turn, or on Zach, who likes her for who she is instead of what she can do in bed. When Mercedes' perfect system falls apart, she has to find a way to salvage her own reputation and figure out where her heart really belongs in the process.
- My side of the diamond, Sally Gardner; [illustrated by Nat Barlex].
- Jazmin has been shunned ever since her best friend Becky disappeared. But what happened to Becky? Because she didn't simply disappear;
she jumped off a tall building and was never seen again, almost as if she had vanished into thin air, but of course that couldn't be possible. Was the disappearance something to do with Jazmin? Or was it more to do with Ishmael, so beguiling and strangely ever youthful, with whom Becky was suddenly besotted.
- Of Jenny and the aliens, Ryan Gebhart.
- Ten years after Earth sent messages out into deep space, there has been an answer. Music from a distant planet has reached our radios. Are aliens about to invade?
No one knows, and almost-eighteen-year-old Derek doesn't really care, because at a wild end-of the-world party, Jennifer Novak invites him to play beer pong, and things progress from there. Derek is in love. Deeply, hopelessly in love. He wants it all; marriage, kids, growing old on a beach in Costa Rica. Jenny is the One. But Jenny has other plans, and they may or may not include Derek. He'll try anything to win her, even soliciting advice from an alien who shows up in his hometown. This alien might just be the answer to Derek's problem. But is Derek willing to risk starting an interstellar war just to get the girl? And just how far will he travel to discover the mysteries of the universe, and love?
- Star Wars. Doctor Aphra. , Aphra, writer, Kieron Gillen; penciler, Kev Walker; inkers, Kev Walker (#1-3) & Marc Deering (#4-6); color artist, Antonio Fabela.
- Following her time in the clutches of Darth Vader, Doctor Aphra has barely escaped with her life. If he ever learns of her survival, he'll hunt her to the ends of the galaxy. But for now, it's time for a return to what she does best. With the droids 0-0-0 and BT-1 in tow, she's off in search of rare artifacts from the galactic center to the Outer Rim and everywhere in between. Aphra's got debts to pay after all. Just as long as she can stay one step ahead of the Empire, some Bounty Hunters and just about everyone else in the galaxy!
- Monster, Michael Grant.
- When new meteorite strikes introduce an alien virus, humans develop unique superpowers that trigger a battle between teen hero defenders and supermonsters.
- Turtles all the way down, John Green.
- Sixteen-year-old Aza never intended to pursue the mystery fugitive billionaire Russell Pickett, but there's a hundred-thousand-dollar reward at stake and her Best and Most Fearless Friend, Daisy, is eager to investigate. So together they navigate the short distance and broad divides that separate them from Russel Pickett's son, Davis. Azra is trying. She is trying to be a good daughter, a good friend, a good student and maybe even a good detective, while also living within the ever-tightening
spiral of her own thoughts.
- Devils' line. 8, Ryo Hanada; [translation, Jocelyne Allen].
- Anzai wakes up to find himself in the devil treatment floor of a hospital. While Anzai was unconscious he dreamt of his childhood at ONLO, and may have recalled a blocked memory involving both a young Kikuhara and his real father. As a result of the incident on the roof, the brass at the MPD have insisted that Tsukasa and Anzai be temporarily separated. Back full-time at school, Tsukasa makes an important discovery that will affect her future.
- Devils' line. 9, Ryo Hanada; [translation, Jocelyne Allen].
- Unbeknownst to the general public, vampires are rampant in Tokyo. To control and contain them, the government has developed a program to track and treat rogue vamps who decide to prey on the public. But what happens when vampire and man come together in harmony and love? Will the public accept this, or will they try to tear such partnerships apart?
- The afterlife of Holly Chase, Cynthia Hand.
- Holly Chase has the job of saving souls, but it is her own that she realizes needs examining. On Christmas Eve five years ago, Holly was visited by three ghosts who
showed her how selfish and spoiled she'd become. They tried to convince her to mend her ways. She didn't. And then she died. Now she's stuck working for the top-secret company Project Scrooge-as the latest Ghost of Christmas Past. Every year, they save another miserly grouch. Every year, Holly stays frozen at seventeen while her family and friends go on living without her. So far, Holly's afterlife has been miserable. But this year, everything is about to change.
- The unbelievable Gwenpool. , Totally in continuity, writers, Christopher Hastings [and three others]; artists, Myisha Haynes, [and five others].
- Gwen Poole continues to make friends and influence people across the Marvel Universe! But what will some of Marvel's greatest heroes make of Gwen and her bizarre perspective on the world they live in? Whatever happens, it'll be Unbelievable!
- Horimiya: Hori-San and Miyamura-Kun. 08, Hero, Daisuke Hagiwara; [Taylor Engel, translation].
- The Kiri High crew dives into the sports festival and thanks to some fighting words from Hori, even phys ed-
phobic Miyamura is fired up and raring to go?! As Sengoku's apathy, Sakura's lack of rhythm, and Hori's manly cheerleading take center stage, his fellow third-years might get some great last memories out of their final sports fest, but for Miyamura, they'll be his first!
- Horimiya: Hori-san and Miyamura-kun. 09, Hero, Daisuke Hagiwara; [translation, Taylor Engel].
- Winter's here, and with it comes scarves and coats, snow, Christmas and year-end blues? Love (and heartbreak) is still in the air, but Hori's thoughts turn to the future and what it holds for her and Miyamura. Will Hori's anxiety prove contagious, or will Miyamura be able to put her at ease?
- Justice League. Vol. 1, The extinction machines, Bryan Hitch, writer; Tony S. Daniel, Bryan Hitch, Jesus Merino, pencillers; Sandu Florea [and four others], inkers; Tomeu Morey, Alex Sinclair, colorists; Richard Starkings & Comicraft, letterers.
- "A part of DC Universe: Rebirth! Spinning directly out of the events of DC Universe: Rebirth, a new day dawns for the Justice League as they welcome a slew of new members into their ranks. The question remains though, can the world's greatest superheroes trust these new recruits?
And will the members of League be able to come together against an ancient evil that threatens to reclaim not just the world, but the entire universe!
- Justice League. Vol. 2, Outbreak, Bryan Hitch, writer; Neil Edwards [and three others], pencillers; Daniel Henriques [and three others], inkers; Adriano Lucas, Tony Avina, colorists; Richard Starkings & Comicraft, letterers.
- Spinning directly out of the events of DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH, a new day dawns for the Justice League as they welcome a slew of new members into their ranks. The question remains though, can the world's greatest superheroes trust these new recruits? And will the members of League be able to come together against an ancient evil that threatens to reclaim not just the world, but the entire universe!
- The librarian of Auschwitz, Antonio Iturbe; translated by Lilit Žekulin Thwaites.
- Follows the true story of Dita Kraus, a fourteen-year-old girl from Prague who after being sent to Auschwitz is chosen to protect the eight volumes prisoners have smuggled past the guards.
- Truly, madly, deadly.,
- When her abusive boyfriend dies in what seems to be a drunk-driving accident, Sawyer is secretly relieved until she opens her locker and finds a note from a secret admirer that says "You're welcome."
- Star Trek, Green Lantern: stranger worlds, written by Mike Johnson; art by Angel Hernandez; colors by Mark Roberts; letters by Andworld Design.
- The galaxy-spanning crossover epic continues in this sequel to the blockbuster Star Trek/Green Lantern: the Spectrum war! Captain Kirk and Hal Jordan lead the combined might of Starfleet and the Lantern Corps on an all-new adventure against new foes! Now that Hal Jordan and the Lanterns have been integrated into Starfleet, they face a new threat against the universe. Captain
Kirk and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise join them in the fight against an unlikely new bearer of the red ring; Khan!
- Kick., Mitch Johnson.
- That inevitable Victorian thing, E. K. Johnston.
- Victoria-Margaret is the crown princess of the empire, a direct descendent of Victoria I, the queen who changed the course of history. The imperial tradition of genetically arranged matchmaking will soon guide Margaret into a politically advantageous marriage. But before she does her duty, she'll have one summer of freedom and privacy in a far corner of empire. Posing as a commoner in Toronto, she meets Helena Marcus, daughter of one of the empire's greatest placement geneticists, and August Callaghan, the heir to a powerful shipping firm currently besieged by American pirates. In a summer of high-society debutante balls, politically charged tea parties, and romantic country dances, Margaret, Helena, and August discover they share an extraordinary bond and maybe a one-in-a-million chance to have what they want and to change the world in the process.
- Enhanced, Carrie Jones.
- Seventeen-year-old Mana has found and rescued her mother, but her work isn't done yet. Her mother may be out of alien hands, but she's in a coma, unable to tell anyone what she knows. Mana is ready to take action. The only problem? Nobody will let her. Lyle, her best friend and almost-boyfriend (for a minute there, anyway), seems to want nothing to do with hunting aliens, despite his love of Doctor Who. Bestie Seppie is so desperate to stay out of it, she's actually leaving town. And her mom's hot but arrogant alien-hunting partner, China, is ignoring Mana's texts, cutting her out of the mission entirely. They all know the alien threat won't stay quiet for long. It's up to Mana to fight her way back in.
- Summer unscripted, Jen Klein.
- Rainie doesn't have a "passion" like her friends do. She's more of a dabbler; quick to give up and move on. But as graduation approaches, she wishes she had more direction. So when gorgeous Tuck gives a monologue that literally puts into words exactly how she's been feeling lately, it's a sign! Tuck is her passion. How could she not have seen it before? Rainie convinces her ex-BFF to let her work at the same summer job as Tuck. She's got a foolproof plan to date him. But when she arrives, Rainie discovers things aren't that simple. And she meets Milo, a super-cute boy who also works with her. A boy with a complicated past.
- The marked girl., Lindsey Klingele.
- Nisekoi, false love. Vol. 23. One day, story and art by Naoshi Komi; [translation, Camellia Nieh].
- Chitoge tries to cheer Raku up on one of their dates, but all of her plans flop, and they end up having a big fight! After they part company, they run into each other again by accident. The encounter seems so unlikely that they decide to resume their date. Suddenly, Raku seems to realize his feelings for the first time.
- Yona of the dawn. 8, story & art by Mizuho Kusanagi; [English adaptation, Ysabet Reinhardt MacFarlane; translation, JN Productions].
- Jaeha, the Green Dragon, joins Yona's party after their harrowing adventure together in Awa. Now the group must find the Yellow Dragon; the last dragon from the prophecy that Ik-su told Yona. Meanwhile, Su-won visits Chishin Palace and tells General Geun-tae, Chief of the Earth Tribe, that he should hold a mock battle and festival. But what is the true intent behind Su-won's proposition?
- Satellite., Nick Lake.
- Autoboyography, Christina Lauren.
- High school senior Tanner Scott has hidden his bisexuality since his family moved to Utah, but he falls hard for Sebastian, a Mormon mentoring students in a writing seminar
Tanner's best friend convinced him to take.
- The hearts we sold, Emily Lloyd-Jones.
- When Dee Moreno makes a deal with a devil, her heart in exchange for an escape from a disastrous home life, she finds her trade may be more than she bargained for. And becoming "heartless" is only the beginning. What lies ahead is a nightmare far bigger, far more monstrous than anything she ever could have imagined. With reality turned on its head, Dee has only a group of other deal-making teens to keep her grounded, including the charming but secretive James Lancer. And as something like love grows between them amidst an otherworldly ordeal, Dee begins to wonder: can she give James her heart when it's no longer hers to give?
- A line in the dark, Malinda Lo.
- When Chinese American teenager Jess Wong's best friend Angie falls in love with a girl from the nearby boarding school, Jess expects heartbreak. But when everybody's secrets
start to be revealed, the stakes quickly elevate from love or loneliness to life or death.
- Ultimate, new ultimate. Thor reborn, [writer, Jeph Loeb; artist, Frank Cho].
- All the wind in the world, Samantha Mabry.
- Sarah Jac Crow and James Holt have fallen in love working in the endless fields that span a bone-dry Southwest in the near-future; a land that's a little bit magical, deeply dangerous, and bursting with secrets. To protect themselves, they've learned to work hard and, above all, keep their love hidden from the people who might use it against them. Then, just when Sarah Jac and James have settled in and begun saving money for the home they dream of near the coast, a horrible accident sends them on the run. With no choice but to start over on a new, possibly cursed ranch, the delicate balance of their lives begins to give way, and they may have to pay a frighteningly high price for their love.
- Mushoku tensei: jobless reincarnation. 6, illustrated by Yuka Fujikawa; story by Rifujin na Magonote; [translation, Jill Morita; adaptation, Karis Page].
- Magical calamity has sent Rudeus to the opposite end of the world! But the journey itself is not without its own excitement. On the way to his hometown, he comes to the aid of a rather scantily-clad young girl. In return for his aid, she offers to grand him a wish, anything that he wants. The ability he receives is certainly powerful and Rudeus soon finds himself getting glimpses into the future but even a fancy new power can't keep him out of trouble.
- Doctor Who. the Eleventh Doctor. The Sapling. Vol 2, Roots, writers: George Mann & James Peaty; artists: I.N.J. Culbard [and four others].
- The Doctor, Alice, and the Sapling, now growing further into adulthood, take on a new wave of adventures! Still missing many of their most treasured memories, the TARDIS team stumble across a Memory Ark, and their reality starts to fray further at the edges. Then, can the Doctor and Alice stop the Sapling from growing into the genocidal creature of destruction it may be doomed to become?
- Somebody's baby, Lurlene McDaniel.
- Sloan Gabriel won a reality television singing competition, and now she has a manager, a recording contract, and a tour in the works. Then she gets an email from a young woman who claims to be her half sister. Sloan's mother never said who her father was, so the prospect of knowing some family history is too strong a desire to ignore. Returning to Windemere, the town where she grew up, Sloan faces a past she's worked hard to forget. Soon she must make a complicated choice involving not only herself, but also those who have come to depend on her.
- This darkness mine, Mindy McGinnis.
- Sasha Stone knows her place; first-chair clarinet, top of her class, and at the side of her oxford-wearing boyfriend. She's worked her entire life to ensure that her path to Oberlin Conservatory as a star musician is perfectly paved. But suddenly there's a fork in the road, in the shape of Isaac Harver. Her body shifts toward him when he walks by, her skin misses his touch even though she's never known it, and she relishes the smell of him, smoke, beer, and trouble, all the things she's avoided to get where she is. As Sasha loses her much-cherished control, her life, and heart, become more entangled with Isaac. Armed with the knowledge that her heart might not be hers alone, Sasha must decide what she's willing to do, and who she's willing to hurt to take it back.
- SweetFreak., Sophie McKenzie.
- The stars beneath our feet, David Barclay Moore.
- It's Christmas Eve in Harlem, but twelve-year-old Lolly Rachpaul and his mom aren't celebrating. They're still reeling from his older brother's death in a gang-related shooting just a few months earlier. Then Lolly's mother's girlfriend brings him a gift that will change everything: two enormous bags filled with Legos. Lolly's always loved Legos, and he prides himself on following the kit instructions exactly. Now, faced with a pile of building blocks and no instructions, Lolly must find his own way forward. His path isn't clear, and the pressure to join a "crew", as his brother did, is always there. When Lolly and his friend are beaten up and robbed, joining a crew almost seems like the safe choice. But building a fantastical Lego city at the community center provides Lolly with an escape, and an unexpected bridge back to the world.
- Hana & Hina after school. 1, story & art by Milk Morinaga; [translation: Jennifer McKeon; adaptation: Shannon Fay].
- Hana and Hina are two high school girls working at the same shop, but they come from completely different worlds. Hana is petite, uncertain and shy, while Hina is tall, trendy and confident. But they both can't keep their eyes off things that are cute, be it the uniforms at Hana's new school or Hana herself! Hana and Hina may have more than their shared part time jobs to keep a secret.
- Hana & Hina after school. 2, story & art by Milk Morinaga; [translation: Jennifer McKeon; adaptation: Shannon Fay].
- The girls are all kinds of nervous as Hana heads over to visit Hina's house for the first time.
Things get off to a good start; Hina even opens up about her mysterious friend, but the day takes an unexpected turn when they accidentally take a nap together! Yet when Hana starts investigating Hina's past friendship, their own bond turns sour. Is the damage beyond repair or is there still hope for their relationship?
- New X-Men. , writer, Grant Morrison; pencillers, John Paul Leon [and five others]; inkers, Bill Sienkiewicz [and five others].
- Sixteen million mutants dead and that was just the beginning! In one bold stroke, writer Grant Morrison (All-Star Superman, Batman) propelled the X-Men into the 21st century, masterminding a challenging new direction for Marvel's mutant heroes that began with the destruction of Genosha and never let up. Regarded as the most innovative thinker of the current comic-book renaissance, Morrison proceeded to turn the mutant-hero genre on its ear. Gone were the gaudy spandex costumes replaced by slick, black leather and an attitude to match. Now, his entire Eisner Award-nominated run on New X-Men is collected across three titanic trade paperbacks!
- Crash landing, Robert Muchamore.
- Jay, Summer and Dylan are fresh out of the biggest reality show there is. But they're about to discover what fame and fortune are really about. Jay's brother Theo is young, rich and famous: but is it making him happy? Summer's got to weather her one-star reviews and take her career back into her own hands. And Dylan might soon be seeing the world of show business from the four walls of a prison cell. They've got everything to play for.
- Re:Zero: starting life in another world. Chapter 2, A week at the mansion. 3, art, Makoto Fugetsu; original story, Tappei Nagatsuki; character design, Shinichirou Otsuka; [translation, ZephyrRZ].
- Thanks to his "Return by Death" ability and a little help from Beatrice, Subaru gets to the morning of the fifth day alive. However, an unexpected tragedy occurs! Can Subaru save the residents of the mansion, or is he doomed to re-live his pain once again?
- Re:Zero: starting life in another world. Chapter 3, Truth of zero. 1, art, Daichi Matsuse; original story, Tappei Nagatsuki; character design, Shinichirou Otsuka; [translation, ZephyrRZ].
- Having survived both his encounter with the demon beasts and the nigh endless week at Roswaal Manor, Subaru returns to the capital of Lugunica with Emilia and Rem. Reuniting with friends and foes alike in the city where it all began, Subaru also lays eyes on the other candidates for queen; Emilia's rivals! Can Emilia win against such formidable
opponents? And how will Subaru react when he discovers the shocking identity of the final candidate?
- Things a bright girl can do, Sally Nicholls.
- Through rallies and marches, in polite drawing rooms and freezing prison cells and the poverty-stricken slums of the East End, three courageous young women join the fight for the vote. Evelyn is seventeen, and though she is rich and clever, she may never be allowed to follow her older brother to university. Enraged that she is expected to marry her childhood sweetheart rather than be educated, she joins the Suffragettes, and vows to pay the ultimate price for women's freedom. May is fifteen, and already sworn to the cause, though she and her fellow Suffragists refuse violence. When she meets Nell, a girl who's grown up in hardship, she sees a kindred spirit. Together and in love, the two girls start to dream of a world where all kinds of women have their place. But the fight for freedom will challenge Evelyn, May and Nell more than they ever could believe. As war looms, just how much are they willing to sacrifice?
- Akata warrior, Nnedi Okorafor.
- Now stronger, feistier, and a bit older, Sunny Nwazue, along with her friends from the the Leopard Society, travel through worlds, both visible and invisible, to the mysterious town
of Osisi, where they fight in a climactic battle to save humanity.
- Real account. 8, story by Okushou; manga by Shizumu Watanabe; [translation, Kevin Gifford].
- The vast game of Social-Network Tag continues to unfold in the real world, and in the middle of it, Yuma visits the Kashiwagi residence to unravel the mysteries surrounding his past. As his memories begin flooding back, he is greeted by a familiar face; his twin brother, Ataru! But this heartfelt reunion is anything but as Ataru kicks off a violent battle with Yuma. Who will prevail in this deadly fight between long-lost siblings, and will Yuma be able to discover the secrets of the Kashiwagi clan and his own identity?
- Shadowhouse fall, Daniel José Older.
- In addition to the ordinary problems of a Puerto Rican teenager in Brooklyn, Sierra Santiago is working on developing her shadowshaping skills, and she is beginning to think she may need all the skill she can summon because it seems that when she channeled hundreds of spirits through herself in order to defeat Wick she woke up something very powerful and very unfriendly and put her family and friends at risk.
- Ringer. Gemma: Ringer. Lyra, Lauren Oliver.
- In the world outside of the Haven Institute, Lyra and Caelum are finding it hard to be human; and Lyra, infected at Haven with a terrible disease, finds her symptoms are growing worse. When Caelum leaves without warning, Lyra follows him, seeking a pioneering organization in Philadelphia that might have a cure. But what they uncover there is a shocking connection to their past, even as their future seems in danger of collapsing. Though Gemma just wants to go back to her normal life after Haven, she soon learns that her powerful father has other plans for the replicas, unless she and her boyfriend Pete can stop him. But they soon learn that they aren't safe either. The Haven Institute wasn't destroyed after all, and now Gemma is the one behind the walls.
- One-punch man. 12, story by ONE; art by Yusuke Murata; [translation, John Werry].
- Life gets pretty boring when you beat the snot out of every villain with just one punch. Nothing about Saitama passes the eyeball test when it comes to superheroes, from his lifeless expression to his bald head to his unimpressive physique. However, this average-looking guy has a not-so-average problem he just can't seem to find an opponent strong enough to take on! At the martial arts tournament, Suiryu of the Dark Body Art shows promise with his outstanding strength. But outside the stadium, a large number of monsters are pushing the heroes, even Genos, to their limits! Back inside and unaware, Saitama approaches his match against Bakuzan!
- Expelled, James Patterson and Emily Raymond.
- Theo Foster's Twitter account used to be anonymous--until someone posted a revealing photo that got him expelled. No final grade. No future. No fair. Theo's resigned to a life of misery working at the local mini-mart when a miracle happens: Sasha Ellis speaks to him. Sasha Ellis knows his name. She was also expelled for a crime she didn't commit, and now he has the perfect way to get her attention: find out who set them up. To uncover the truth, Theo has to get close to the suspects: the hacker, the quarterback, the mean girl, the vice principal, and his own best friend. What secrets are they hiding? And how can Theo catch their confessions on camera?
- The thing about leftovers., C C Payne.
- You bring the distant near, Mitali Perkins.
- Told in alternating teen voices across three generations, You Bring the Distant Near explores sisterhood, first loves, friendship, and the inheritance of culture, for better
or worse. From a grandmother worried that her children are losing their Indian identity to a daughter wrapped up in a forbidden biracial love affair to a granddaughter social-activist fighting to preserve Bengali tigers, award-winning author Mitali Perkins weaves together the threads of a family growing into an American identity.
- There's someone inside your house: a novel., Stephanie Perkins.
- Perfect ten, L. Philips.
- It's been two years since Sam broke up with the only other eligible gay guy in his high school, so to say he's been going through a romantic drought is the understatement of the decade. When Meg, his ex-Catholic-turned-Wiccan best friend, suggests performing a love spell, Sam is just desperate enough to try. He crafts a list of ten traits he wants in a boyfriend and burns it in a cemetery at midnight on Friday the thirteenth. A coming-of-age romcom with just a touch of magic.
- Tortall: a spy's guide, Tamora Pierce with Julie Holderman, Timothy Liebe, and Megan Messinger; illustrations by Eva Widermann
- Tortall's spymaster, George Cooper, cleans out his office and finds letters, notes, character profiles, family papers, and more that reveal the secrets of Tortall.
- When I cast your shadow, Sarah Porter.
- Dashiell Bohnacker was hell on his family while he was alive. But it's even worse now that he's dead. After her older brother, Dashiell, dies of an overdose, sixteen-year-
old Ruby is overcome by grief and longing. She doesn't know that Dashiell's ghost is using her nightly dreams of him as a way to possess her body and to persuade her twin brother, Everett, to submit to possession as well. Dashiell tells Ruby and Everett that he's returned from the Land of the Dead to tie up loose ends, but he's actually on the run from forces crueler and more powerful than anything the Bohnacker twins have ever imagined.
- La Belle Sauvage, Philip Pullman; illustrated by Chris Wormell.
- Eleven-year-old Malcolm Polstead and his daemon, Asta, live with his parents at the Trout Inn near Oxford. Across the River Thames (which Malcolm navigates often using his beloved canoe, a boat by the name of La Belle Sauvage) is the Godstow Priory where the nuns live. Malcolm learns they have a guest with them; a baby by the name of Lyra Belacqua.
- The Nowhere Girls., Amy Lynn Reed.
- Long way down, Jason Reynolds.
- A cannon. A strap. A piece. A biscuit. A burner. A heater. A chopper. A gat. A hammer. A tool for rule. Or, you can call it a gun. That's what fifteen-year-old Will has shoved in the back waistband of his jeans. See, his brother Shawn was just murdered. And Will knows the rules. No crying. No snitching. Revenge. That's where Will's now heading, with that gun shoved in the back waistband of his jeans, the gun that was his brother's gun. He gets on the elevator, seventh floor, stoked. He knows who he's after. Or does he? As the elevator stops on the sixth floor, on comes Buck. Buck, Will finds out, is who gave Shawn the gun before Will took the gun. Buck tells Will to check that the gun is even loaded. And that's when Will sees that one bullet is missing. And the only one who could have
fired Shawn's gun was Shawn. Huh. Will didn't know that Shawn had ever actually used his gun. Bigger huh. Buck is dead. But Buck's in the elevator? Just as Will's trying to think this through, the door to the next floor opens. A teenage girl gets on, waves away the smoke from Dead Buck's cigarette. Will doesn't know her, but she knew him. Knew. When they were eight. And stray bullets had cut through the playground, and Will had tried to cover her, but she was hit anyway, and so what she wants to know, on that fifth floor elevator stop, is, what if Will, Will with the gun shoved in the back waistband of his jeans, misses. And so it goes, the whole long way down, as the elevator stops on each floor, and at each stop someone connected to his brother gets on to give Will a piece to a bigger story than the one he thinks he knows. A story that might never know an end, if Will gets off that elevator. Told in short, fierce staccato narrative verse, Long Way Down is a fast and furious, dazzlingly brilliant look at teenage gun violence, as could only be told by Jason Reynolds.
- An enchantment of ravens, Margaret Rogerson.
- Isobel is a prodigy portrait artist with a dangerous set of clients: the sinister fair folk, immortal creatures who cannot bake bread, weave cloth, or put a pen to paper without crumbling to dust. They crave human Craft with a terrible thirst, and Isobel's paintings are highly prized. But when she receives her first royal patron, Rook, the autumn prince, she makes a terrible mistake. She paints mortal sorrow in his eyes, a weakness that could cost him his life. Furious and devastated, Rook spirits her away to the autumnlands to stand trial for her crime. Waylaid by the Wild Hunt's ghostly hounds, the tainted influence of the Alder King, and hideous monsters risen from barrow mounds, Isobel and Rook depend on one another for survival. Their alliance blossoms into trust, then love, and that love violates the fair folks' ruthless laws. Now both of their lives are forfeit, unless Isobel can use her skill as an artist to fight the fairy courts. Because secretly, her Craft represents a threat the fair folk have never faced in all the millennia of their unchanging lives: for the first time, her portraits have the power to make them feel.
- Almost midnight: two festive short stories, Rainbow Rowell; illustrated by Simini Blocker.
- Midnights is the story of Noel and Mags, who meet at the same New Year's Eve party every year and fall a little more in love each time. Kindred Spirits is about Elena, who decides to queue to see the new Star Wars movie and meets Gabe, a fellow fan.
- Devils & thieves, Jennifer Rush.
- In Jemmie Carmichael's Hawthorne, New York, magic users are called "kindled," and Jemmie would count herself among them if only she could cast a simple spell without completely falling apart. And she's been snubbed by Crowe, the dangerous and enigmatic leader of the Black Devils kindled motorcycle gang and the unofficial head of their turf. During an annual festival, a rumor begins spreading that someone is practicing forbidden magic. Then people start to go missing. Jemmie and Crowe will have to put aside their tumultuous history to find their loved ones. And the only thing that might save them is the very flaw that keeps Jemmie from fully harnessing her magic.
- The Flintstones. Vol. 2, Mark Russell, writer; Steve Pugh, Rick Leonardi, Scott Hanna, artists; Chris Chuckry, colorist; Dave Sharpe, letterer.
- Bone Depot, Tarpit, and other big box stores get Bedrock whipped into a buying frenzy while Fred gets trapped in a vitamin pill scam. Plus, Fred and Wilma experience a crisis of faith when they discover the bird god they worship also makes a great record player needle.
- Bloody Mary. Volume 8, [story and art by Akaza Samamiya; translation, Katherine Schilling].
- Unable to bear the shocking truth that Maria reveals to him, Mary loses consciousness and disappears inside of himself, which allows "Mary" to surface to take his place. "Mary" heads out alone, while Maria, along with Shinobu and Hydra, confront a trio of vampires. Bathed in blood, "Mary" gradually succumbs to madness.
- Doctor Who. The Ninth Doctor. Vol. 4, Sin eaters, writer, Cavan Scott; artists, Adriana Melo & Cris Bolson.
- Don't miss the stunning fourth collection of the Ninth Doctor's all-new comics adventures with Rose Tyler and Captain Jack Harkness! Two staggering adventures see the Doctor and his companions facing psyche-shattering conspiracies and ancient secrets in equal measure! First, the Doctor goes undercover at a prisoner rehabilitation facility held within a collapsing singularity, a place where the scientists claim to be able to
'cure' murderers and psychopaths by removing all of their negative emotions. But the Doctor's dark side, and Time Lord physiology, give birth to a horrendously real 'id' that rampages through the station! Has the Doctor's carefree approach to planning finally met a threat that he can't charm or think he way out of? Meanwhile, Captain Jack has left the TARDIS, and is tracking down more information about his missing years, time and memories he had erased while working as a Time Agent. When the object of an assassination he was supposedly responsible for turns up alive and well, Jack must delve deep into the past he would rather leave behind,
in order to prove worthy of the TARDIS crew.
- Editing Emma: the secret blog of a nearly proper person.,
- Kimi ni todoke. Vol. 27 = from me to you, story & art by Karuho Shiina; [translation, Ari Yasuda, HC Language Solutions, Inc.].
- Kazehaya says he'll support Sawako no matter where she chooses to go to university, but he can't come to an agreement with his father about his own future. When Kazehaya's mother faces a medical issue, it's Sawako's turn to be supportive. Finally the day comes for Sawako to make her fateful decision.
- Username: uprising, Joe Sugg; [illustrator, Amrit Birdi].
- Evie longs to put her e.scape adventures behind her. She's battle-scarred and determined to move on, but an outcast from her digital paradise is set on revenge. Knox roams the streets and pledges to punish the girl who dismissed his kind from the real world. Soon, his plans go beyond personal, and Knox plots an uprising that could bring life as we know it to an end. Faced with an uprising on a global scale, as well as issues on the friendship and romance frontline, Evie must
stage a fight back that calls her own existence into question.
- Abomination., Robert Swindells.
- Dreamin' sun. 1, [story and art by Ichigo Takano; translation, Amber Tamosaitis; adaptation, Shannon Fay].
- Shimana Kameko feels out of place in her own home. Her mother is dead and her father and step-
mom only seem to care about Kameko's six-month-old baby brother. When Kameko decides to skip school and runs away to a nearby park, she stumbles upon a mysterious man in a kimono. The stranger, Fujiwara Taiga, offers Kameko a place to stay, on three conditions. The first condition is that Kameko must tell him why
she ran away from home. The second is that she must retrieve his missing house key. The third condition is to have a dream and fall in love. Kameko's never been in love or had a dream of her own before, but to secure her own apartment, she's willing to try!
- Dreamin' sun. 2, [story and art by Ichigo Takano; translation, Amber Tamosaitis; adaptation, Shannon Fay].
- When Shimana fails to work up the courage to ask Asashi out on a date, she decides it is time to get a makeover as part of her self-improvement plan. But when she calls Asashi to come check out her new look, he's too preoccupied with his own crush to pick up the phone. Is her transformation all for nothing? And what are those weird heart palpitations Zen's getting every time he looks at Shimana? It's a full house of unrequited love and self-discovery in volume 2 of this slice-of-life romance!
- Dreamin' sun. 3, [story and art by Ichigo Takano; translation, Amber Tamosaitis; adaptation, Shannon Fay].
- When Shimana runs off into a rainstorm, the last person she expects comes to her rescue: Zen!
When he gets a fever the next day, Shimana feels responsible and offers to nurse him back to health. While caring for him, she learns that he's been hiding something from her but that's not the only surprise he has in store for her. Zen's got a confession to make and it's getting harder and harder for him to keep it under wraps.
- Calling my name, Liara Tamani.
- Taja Brown, growing up in a conservative and tightly knit African American family, battles family expectations to discover a sense of self and find her unique voice and purpose.
- The treatment., C L Taylor.
- Strange lies: a strange novel, Maggie Thrash.
- Only at Winship Academy would an evening science expo turn into a criminal fiasco. First, there's the anonymous boy in the girls' bathroom handing out
drugs to anyone with the secret password. Then the student body president is maimed in a horrifying and tragic accident, but was it an accident or an attack? Benny Flax and Virginia Leeds are right at the center of it all. And so is the headmaster's son, Calvin Harker, an oddball poet whose interest in Virginia sets off alarm bells for Benny. As the case bleeds from Winship Academy to the surrounding city, the deep fault lines of racial tension in Atlanta's history reveal explosive hatred still simmering under the city's surface.
- Immortal beloved, Cate Tiernan.
- After seeing her best friend, a Dark Immortal called Incy, torture a human with magick, Nastasya, a spoiled party girl, enters a home for wayword immortals and finally begins to
deal with life, even as she learns that someone wants her dead.
- Black butler. 24, Yana Toboso; [translation, Tomo Kimura].
- A mysterious cult mesmerises legions of followers with glorious rituals of song and dance. But the unbridled passion it inspires gives Queen Victoria
cause for concern, and she urges Earl Ciel Phantomhive and his expert butler, Sebastian, to do some digging. Ciel has his own reasons for taking this lot to task, but the discovery of the cult's penchant for blood means the Queen's Watchdog must take swift action. When Sebastian goes probing behind the stage and into the
shadows, however, he is met by a girl standing in his way, glinting sword at the ready.
- Superman. Vol. 1, Son of Superman, Peter J. Tomasi, and Patrick Gleason, writers; Patrick Gleason [and four others], artists; John Kalisz, Wil Quintana, Alejandro Sanchez, colorists; Rob Leigh, letterer.
- When the Man of Steel died defending his adopted home, it seemed that the spirit of truth and justice he represented was extinguished forever. But watching from the sidelines was another Superman; older, wiser, more experienced, with his wife, Lois Lane, and their son, Jonathan Kent. Now this refugee from a vanished universe is stepping out of the shadows, ready to assume the mantle of his fallen counterpart and take to the skies once more as Earth's greatest hero. But he is not the only survivor of Krypton to make the journey to this reality. The machine mind known as the Eradicator is on the trail of the House of El, and its hardwired directive to protect the Kryptonian genome permits no consideration for any other forms of life'not even those that share Kal-El's blood. Can the son of Superman harness his newly emerging powers in time to resist the annihilation of his humanity? Or will he be reborn into a new Krypton forged from the ashes of his mother's world?
- Superman. Vol. 3, Multiplicity, Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, writers; Jorge Jimenez [and nine others], artists; Alejandro Sanchez [and five others], colorists; Rob Leigh, Saida Temofonte, letterers.
- Kenan Kong, the New Super-Man of China, has been taken. Kal-L, the Red Son Superman of Earth-30, is gone. Sunshine Superman, the mystical protector of the Dreamworld, has vanished without a trace. Someone, or something, is collecting Supermen from across the Multiverse. And Kal-El, the Man of Steel himself, is next on the list. To stop this transdimensional terror, our world's greatest hero must join forces with the Justice League Incarnate, an impossible team of super-beings drawn from across the 52 Earths, to track down the kidnapper and free his Kryptonian counterparts. At the same time, trouble of a different
sort is brewing right in the Kent family's backyard, and both father and son must rise to meet the challenge!
- Dragon Ball. Vol. 1, story and art by Akira Toriyama.
- Goku's life is disrupted when he meets Bulma, searching for seven Dragon Balls. If she collects all seven, the Eternal Dragon will grant her wish. Since the balls are scattered all over the planet, she needs Goku's help.
- Deadpool versus the Punisher, Fred Van Lente, writer; Pere Perez, artist; Ruth Redmond, colorist; VC's Joe Sabino, letterer.
- It's the Merc with a Mouth vs. the One-Man Army! When a man known simply as
the Bank hires Deadpool to kill Frank Castle, it should be a simple task for Wade Wilson to execute, right? Except taking out the Punisher is a lot harder than Deadpool could have anticipated, especially since he likes the Punisher. A straightforward job becomes a knock-down-drag-out fight as they trade shot for shot. But things get complicated when the mercenary and the merciless Castle wind up embroiled in a bigger, messier conflict with the Bank front and center. The bloody and brutal fight never ceases regardless of what side Wade and Frank are on, even when it's seemingly the same side; just because they have a common enemy doesn't make them partners in crime. To the victor belong the spoils, but is there a clear winner here?
- Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps. Vol. 1, Sinestro's law, Robert Venditti, writer; Rafa Sandoval, Ethan Van Sciver, pencillers; Jordi Tarragona, Ethan Van Sciver, inkers; Jason Wright, Tomeu Morey, colorists ;
Dave Sharpe, letterer.
- Fear has a color. It's the gruesome glow of yellow, wielded by the totalitarian tyrant Sinestro and his Yellow Lanterns. And now the entire universe is bathed in its sinister light. The Sinestro Corps have replaced the Green Lanterns as the peacekeepers of the galaxy. Oa, the homeworld of the Guardians and their Green Lantern Corps, is no more. In its place at the center of the universe orbits Warworld, Sinestro's home base. The Green Lanterns have vanished, leaving no one to oppose the Sinestro Corps' reign of terror. No one, that is, except the last Lantern: Hal Jordan. Convicted of crimes he didn't commit, reduced to a being of pure thought and will, Hal must now battle back from the brink to reform the Corps and free all of creation from his archenemy's iron fist. Sinestro's word is law, but Hal Jordan is the lawbreaker!
- Because I'm worth it: a gossip girl novel, Cecily von Ziegesar.
- Everyone who's anyone in New York City is suffering from post-college-application cabin fever and it's time to run a little wild! Could it be that Serena is smitten with Blair's stepbrother or will the Fashion Week parties pull her away from any attempt at true love? Dan and Vanessa are mad about each other and pursuing their creative dreams -- but be careful of what you wish for. Nate hits an all-time low as Blair's Yale interview with a tall, handsome alum takes an unexpected turn and Jenny makes a new friend who gets a little too close for comfort. And just who is going to get into college early acceptance? Wintertime has never been hotter in NYC as things steam up all over Fifth Avenue.
- You know you love me: a gossip girl novel, Cecily von Ziegesar.
- Blair and Serena, who go to an exclusive private school in Manhattan, are no longer best friends but are still both consumed with thoughts of boyfriends and college. In this sequel to "Gossip Girl, " brunette vixen Blair Waldorf is turning 17, and she knows exactly what she wants Nate, her studly, troubled boyfriend of three years. But Blair's been too busy filling out Ivy League college applications to notice that Nate has found himself another playmate.
- The evaporation of Sofi Snow, Mary Weber.
- In a world where skycams follow your every move and the details of your life are uploaded each hour, Sofi knows that her eyes are the only caring ones watching her
brother, Shilo. As an online gamer, she works behind the scenes to protect Shilo as he competes in a mix of real and virtual blood sport. But when a bomb destroys the gaming arena, she is helpless to rescue him; and certain that his disappearance was no accident. Despite all the evidence of Shilo's death, Sofi's nightmares tell her he is still alive. Could the dreams be truer than what everyone else claims? For Miguel, a charming young playboy from Earth, the games are of a different sort. As Ambassador to the Delonese, his career has been built on trading secrets. In the aftermath of the bombing, he fears he has lost Sofi forever, even as he wonders if she is really who she seems. Now he's a target for blackmail. The game is simple: help the blackmailers or lose more than anyone can fathom, or than Earth can afford. Step into a universe of diverse characters, alien invasions, and high-stakes video gaming. Because when technology reigns, nothing is as true as it seems; and fantasy can become reality after all.
- Scarecrow., Danny Weston.
- Home time. book one, Under the river, Campbell Whyte.
- The last school bell has rung and it's finally HOME TIME! Even though they're twins, Lilly and David don't agree on much, except that the last summer before high school is the perfect time for relaxing with friends. But their plans for sleepovers, fantasy games, and romance are thrown out the window when the whole gang falls into a river and wakes up in a village of fantastic creatures. Hailed as magical spirits and attacked by lizards, these kids must find their way home, if they don't throttle each other first.
- Immortal hounds. 5, Ryo Yasohachi; [translation, Yota Okutani].
- The investigation into Marie's suspicious death has been stymied, and Kenzaki, tired of playing by the book, suggests a highly risky ploy to try and get answers about RDS from the very people his unit has worked against. Meanwhile, the Escape Artist organization is showing strain now that their show-stopping hound is in captivity.
- Farewell tour of a terminal optimist., John Young.
- HelloFlo: the guide, period, written by Naama Bloom; illustrated by Fleur Sciortino.
- Information and anecdotes about puberty for girls from the founder of the popular website HelloFlo.com.
- Garfield life to the fullest, Jim Davis.
- The tubby tabby is back, and he's livin' larger than ever! So whether he's enveloping Pooky in his Herculean hug, arguing with the talking scale, or munching on his masterpiece, the Leaning Tower of Pizza, Garfield's motto is always the same: Bigger is better!
- Lighter than my shadow, Katie Green.
- A graphic memoir of eating disorders, abuse and recovery. Like most kids, Katie was a picky eater. She'd sit at the table in silent protest, hide uneaten toast in her bedroom, listen to parental threats that she'd have to eat it for breakfast. But in any life a set of circumstance can collide, and normal behavior might soon shade into something sinister, something deadly. One day you can find yourself being told you have two weeks to live. Lighter Than My Shadow is a hand-drawn story of struggle and recovery, a trip into the black heart of a taboo illness, an exposure of those who are so weak as to prey on the weak, and an inspiration to anybody who believes in the human power to endure towards happiness.
- The A-Z of Marvel monsters, [featuring monsters, creatures, robots and aliens created by Jack Kirby and the artistic talents of [33 others]; text by Jess Harrold].
- Learn your ABCs the Jack Kirby way with his most monstrous creations! From the legendary behemoths that stalked a world before super heroes, to the titans that terrorized the Marvel Universe, 26 of Kirby's most memorable monsters have been rounded up in alphabetical order - from the Awesome Android to Zetora! And in between, fan-favorites like Devil Dinosaur, Fin Fang Foom, Groot, Mangog and Xemnu! Plus original Kirby-drawn tales to astonish featuring the likes of the Blip, Elektro, Kraa and Thorr! Education has never been more fun!
- Naruto. Vol. 1, The tests of the ninja, story and art by Masashi Kishimoto.
- Chronicles the difficulties faced by Naruto: to enter the Ninja Academy; deal with his rival, Konohamaru; and learn to be friends with his new classmates, with whom he must survive a savage test against their ninja instructor.
- The lazy girl's guide to living a beautiful life, Matilda Rice.
- "Instagram sensation and 'The Bachelor' winner Matilda Rice shares her down-to-earth approach to health and happiness in this book. She includes her favourite recipes and some great exercises and workouts you can do easily at home plus advice on skincare, beauty and fashion"--Publisher information.
- NCEA level 1 biology study guide, Maria Sinclair.