007’s loyalty is tested as he accepts an unofficial mission to Paris in pursuit of a dangerous Russian operative. But is Bond the hunter, or the hunted? This 30 page self-contained one-shot Bond adventure is perfect for both the new and hard-core Bond fan.
Written and illustrated by Ibrahim Moustafa, with colors by Jordan Boyd and letters by Simon Bowland.
MOTHER PANIC: Gotham A.D.
From DC/Vertigo Comics’ YOUNG ANIMAL imprint (curated by Gerard Way): Violet Paige finds herself in a Gotham City unlike any we have seen before. Ten years into the future, in a world without a Batman, Gotham City has been taken over by the Collective, with Gala acting as Head of Citystate. In a high-tech town with zero tolerance toward caped crusaders and masked vigilantes (except for those designed by Gala and her association of aristocratic artisans), what’s a woman who has vowed vengeance to do? And what’s happened to her mother, Rebecca Paige? Perhaps The Joker, now a sad clown who makes balloon toys shaped like tommy guns and machetes on the abandoned Gotham docks, has the answers. Find out for yourself as Mother Panic returns to a different Bat-time, different Bat-channel.
Written by Jody Houser, drawn by Ibrahim Moustafa, with colors by Jordan Boyd and letters by John Workman. Cover art by Tommy Lee Edwards.
Twenty-five years ago, a secret government organization kidnapped children and trained them to be chaos agents who went on to foment unrest and execute enemies of the state around the world. When these cold and unfeeling creations proved too difficult to control, the powers that be exterminated their kill squad with extreme prejudice.
Too bad it didn’t work.
Now a rogue band of the worst monsters the world has ever known is cutting a swath of terror across the United States, threatening not just a disruption of the peace but to expose secrets their handlers never wanted to come to light. The only way to stop them is to call back the only man who ever walked away from them. His code name is Abel, and he’s not afraid of getting his hands bloody.
This eight-issue miniseries from writer Justin Jordan (The Legacy of Luther Strode) and artist Ibrahim Moustafa (High Crimes) features the action of the Jason Bourne movies with the gruesome horror of classic grindhouse!
Cover art and header image by John Paul Leon. Logo design by Tom Muller. Interior colors by Jordan Boyd and letters by Josh Reed.
Disgraced Olympic snowboarder Zan Jensen runs a sideline business as a high-altitude grave robber. When a body is found at the summit of Everest with a treasure of state secrets under its skin, Zan finds herself in the crosshairs of a government hit squad. As she races to the roof of the world, Zan will navigate bullets and avalanches to find salvation in the deadliest place on Earth.
Collecting the critically acclaimed, Eisner Award nominated Monkeybrain digital comic The Onion's A.V. Club calls "a high concept executed with precision, delivering real-world intrigue."
Written and lettered by Christopher Sebela, drawn and colored by Ibrahim Moustafa, with color assistance from Lesley Atlansky. Logo design by Ibrahim Moustafa and Christopher Sebela.
Haunted by the torture he endured in a Nazi POW camp during World War II, French-Algerian spy Idris Morel is hell-bent on exacting revenge against his captors. With the official sanction of a government colleague, Morel embarks on a one-man espionage mission to ensure that Nazi escapees with falsified death certificates are brought to justice. In his quest for revenge, Morel must find redemption, or risk becoming the very monsters he hunts.
Nominated for a 2017 Eisner Award, JAEGER is written and drawn by Ibrahim Moustafa, with letters by Nate Piekos of Blambot. Logo design by Ibrahim Moustafa.
Godzilla In Hell #4:
W: Brandon Siefert. Art and cover: Ibrahim Moustafa
Godzilla's journey is stymied by an impenetrable wall of living flesh! Cornered, with nowhere to go, he is beset by devilish versions of his greatest foes—Destoroyah and King Ghidorah!
Doctor Fate #’s 8, 13:
W: Paul Levitz. Art and variant covers: Ibrahim Moustafa
You thought global warming was bad? Anubis, the Egyptian Lord of Dead, is preparing the flood to wash the world away. Standing in his way? An overwhelmed Brooklyn med student who's been handed the helmet of Fate, without an instruction manual.
W: Chelsea Cain. Art: Ibrahim Moustafa
MOCKINGBIRD has to fight her way through a S.H.I.E.L.D. medical clinic, learning some awkward private medical information about her super hero colleagues in the process. Nagging questions regarding ping pong balls and zombie levitation will be answered! And Bobbi will punch a whole lot of dead old people.