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  • In 525 B.C., the Persian king Cambyses sent fifty thousand soldiers across the conquered Egyptian desert to take an oasis city not far from where the Libyan border stands today. According to Greek history, a hurricane-force sandstorm struck near the end of their six-hundred-mile trek. The army - all fifty thousand men - vanished without a single trace. Fast forward to 1986. A British archaeological team, sent to the edge of the Great Sand Sea to exhume evidence of the incident, has also gone missing. It's up to Hellboy to find the missing Brits and to discover what became of The Lost Army. With black and white illustrations and cover art by Mike Mignola, the creator of Hellboy.
  • Book II of The Shadowkings. Far to the north the shadowking Byrnak broods in his fortress. Harried by a fragment of the Lordof Twilight and mistrustful of his fellow shadowkings, he knows he must utterly crush the remnants of the Khatrimantine Empire, despite the pwer of the Earthmother Goddess. But despite overwhelming superiority, doubts assail him; he knows that his is not the only power moving in this world. In the face of almost certain doom, the forces of light must stand together against the darkness but their leaders are unsure of the next step. Ikarni Mazaret, now Lord Regent, still grieves over the death of his beloved, the mage Suviel. Ranging forth from the city of Besh-Darok, he takes ever more perilous risks. And although Tauric has been crowned Emperor, he feels increasingly powerless to influence events and despair begins to taint his every decision. Keren Asherol remains haunted by her shattering encounter with one of the Demonkind, while her twin, the mirrorchild Nerek, is dogged by sinister omens. The dice are cast - and the sinister endgame begins... Cover art by Steve Stone.
  • In this volume: The People of the Black Circle;  The Slithering Shadow: The Drums of Tombalku; The Pool of the Black One. Cover art by Frank Frazetta.
  • Prince Corum has defeated the Chaos Lord Arioch. But any peace for him and his faithful Rhalina is brief. His actions have evoked the murderous anger of Arioch's sister, the dreaded Xiombarg. The Prince in the Scarlet Robe must continue his odyssey, face the terror of the Mabden armies, and challenge the might of the Queen of the Swords. Faced with immense powers of evil on all sides, only the legendary City of the Pyramid offers a glimmer of hope. But Corum must get there first, and along the way he will encounter horrifying creatures, strange forms of sorcery, and new planes of existence. Cover art by Bob Habberfield.

  • Forgotten Realms. Life is good for Drizzt Do'Urden, better than it ever has been for the beleaguered dark elf. His dearest friend, the dwarf Bruenor,  has reclaimed his throne and his adventuring companions, Wulfgar and Catti-Brie are to be wed in the spring. Even the halfling Regis has returned.  All the friends are united in the safety and prosperity of Mithril Hall, where streams of silver mithril run deep and dwarven hammers ring out the ancient and unedning songs. But Drizzt did not achieve this state of peace without leaving some powerful enemies in his wake - such as Lloth, the dreaded Spider Queen deity of the dark elves who has vowed to end the drow's days of pleasant security...Cover art by Jeff Easley. Contains a chapter not present in the hardback edition.
  • Book II of the  Warrior of Mars trilogy. Michael Kane, 20th century scientist travels again through space and time to face the perils of eons-old Mars. I found myself in a tangle of soft yielding flesh that seemed boneless...And the faces! They were vile parodies of human faces and resembled nothing so much as the ugly little vampire bat of Earth, flat faces with huge nostrils let into the head. gashes of mouths full of sharp little fangs, half-blind eyes, dark and wicked...  Originally published as Blades of Mars. Cover art by Tim White.
  • They were king and queen of the Fir Bolg people, beloved for their wisdom and justice.  But now they faced a most dangerous challenge - the legendary king of a rival tribe and his ravishing mistress plot to seize this sacred land because their people had ebvisioned it for their destiny.  But destiny caused two noble families to clash - one king will lose his life and the other will lose his throne.  One tribe will be scattered to the winds and the other will be plunged into a more terrible struggle.  Out of this tragedy a young prince will learn the startling truth about his birth and the even greater truths of courage in the face of a monstrous wave of Northern invaders.
  • Arthur is dead.  Surrounded by traitors and usurpers, Guenevere must defend the empire.  Aided by Bedivere, Gareth and Lancelot she strives to settle the uneasy nation.  But when faced with unthinkable treachery, she is swept into an alien life - into the depths of servitude to a Saxon thane who is unaware of her identity.  He is a dreamer with a magnificent mind - so like Arthur.  She will toil for him, take up arms for him and challenge his very soul. Cover art by Tom Canty.
  • Written in the records at Vaere is the tale of the binding of the Mharg-demons by Anskiere, wizard of wind and wave. He was aided by Ivain, master of fire and earth.  But at the moment of greatest peril, Ivain betrayed Anskiere out of jealousy.  Yet the demons were defeated, the wards sealed and Anskiere survived to swear an oath against his betrayer - that Ivain was pardoned, but not forgotten.  Should Anskiere call him, he would have to answer and complete a deed of Anskiere's choice - and should Ivain die, the task would fall to his descendants. Cover art by Geoff Taylor.