Mystery comic

Nathaniel Dusk II

Nathaniel Dusk II

Sequel mini-series to Nathaniel Dusk (1984) from writer Don McGregor and artist Gene Colan.

Nathaniel Dusk

Nathaniel Dusk

Dusk, continues to do his job, investigating husbands and there extra-curricular activities. Until Joyce (his lover) and her two small children, Jennie and Anthony, are killed. Dusk is determined to solve the murder of Joyce and her children.

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (2017)

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (2017)

The Millennium saga concludes!nLisbeth Salander is in critical condition, and facing trial for a triple murder, and the only one who can save her is her friend, journalist Mikael Blomkvist.

Paradiso

Paradiso

The Midnight Event forever changed the world. Now, centuries later, Jack Kryznan arrives on the outskirts of Paradiso City, haunted by fragments of childhood memories and in possession of a mysterious device one with the power to change the destiny of this living breathing metropolis, the people who dwell within, and the guardians who strive for and against it.

Sherlock: The Great Game

Sherlock: The Great Game

A mysterious villain is setting a series of deadly puzzles for the crime-solving duo, and failure to solve each riddle is deadly… who is the villain and what is his link to Sherlock and John?

Heavy Vinyl

Heavy Vinyl

Film and TV director Carly Usdin (Suicide Kale, RuPaul's Drag Race) teams up with breakout artist Nina Vakueva for a new series that’s music to our ears! New Jersey, 1998. Chris has just started the teen dream job: working at Vinyl Mayhem, the local record store. She's prepared to deal with anything—misogynistic metalheads, grunge wannabes, even a crush on her wicked cute co-worker, Maggie. But when Rory Gory, the staff's favorite singer, mysteriously vanishes the night before her band’s show in town, Chris finds out her co-workers are doing more than just sorting vinyl...her local indie record store is also a front for a teen girl vigilante fight club!

Sacred Creatures

Sacred Creatures

When the supernatural forces maintaining the fragile balance of power in this world start to unravel, Josh Miller, a young college grad and expecting father, is caught in the middle of a vast conspiracy threatening to tear apart the foundations of humanity as we know it. As myth and reality collide, Josh finds himself on the frontline of a battle against an enemy dating back to the beginning of time itself.

Dr Radar

Dr Radar

Paris, 1920. A gentleman detective plays a deadly game with a criminal mastermind, Doctor Radar, while investigating a series of horrific deaths!An atmospheric masterpiece perfect for the fans of pulp noir and deadly criminal masterminds!"Doctor Radar is a surrealistic, riveting, beautifully executed thriller unlike anything else I've ever read." – Joe Keatinge ('Shutter', 'Flavor', 'Ringside').
Genre: Mystery

Ghost Station Zero

Ghost Station Zero

FROM THE CREATOR OF ATOMIC BLONDE – BABOUSHKA'S BACK FOR A BRAND-NEW MISSION! "Ghost Stations" are abandoned Soviet bases from the Cold War, long forgotten and useless...or so people think! When an EON agent goes missing on the trail of a ghost station in the Swiss mountains, Mr. Clay turns to crime-boss-turned-blackmailed-international-superspy BABOUSHKA to investigate—and what she finds is EXPLOSIVE!

Clue

Clue

When the mysterious Mr. Boddy turns up dead at his own dinner party, everyone's a suspect! Miss Scarlett, Colonel Mustard, Mrs. Peacock, Professor Plum—all the familiar faces from the famous board game are back, with a couple new twists. But will Boddy's Body be the last to fall, or is it just the beginning? Follow the clues and solve the mystery in IDW's new CLUE series!

Desert Star

Desert Star

Our story starts in Washington, 1870. Matthew Montgomery has an important post at the Ministry of Defense. He's rather an inflexible man who always respects the rules, which is why he warned his daughter, Helen, not to leave with that idiot, Glover. Of course, she did it anyway, and now she wants to come back and expects to be pardoned. But when Matthew arrives home the night of his Helen's return, he opens the door to find his wife and daughter slaughtered in the hallway, and a strange star engraved on his daughter's breast. His whole life is turned upside down. Traumatized, he starts out on the trail of the killers, with just one clue to help him on his way: a name - Jason Cauldry, from Topeka. Matthew wants to know why some stranger came such a long way just to etch that damn star onto his daughter's body, so he sets off on a long journey, crossing the Appalachian mountains and the Mid-West, all the way to Topeka. But what will he find there?

The Million Year Picnic and Other Stories

The Million Year Picnic and Other Stories

With his obsessive attention to detail and his larger-than-life personality, Will Elder set the standard for precise rendering and abundant sight gags at EC Comics. (“Unquestionably the nuttiest guy that ever walked in the doors here.” — EC publisher William M. Gaines.) This collection includes all 15 of Elder’s Panic stories (EC’s in-house attempt to duplicate MAD), all seven of his science fiction tales (including two Ray Bradbury adaptations in collaboration with John Severin) and more. Elder lends his pen to dead-on satires of “The Night Before Christmas” — which got the first issue of Panic banned in the entire state of Massachusetts — and a variety of popular comic strips, including Li’l Abner and Dick Tracy. Showing his serious side, the team of Severin and Elder adapts two Ray Bradbury stories — “King of the Grey Spaces!” and the classic “The Million-Year Picnic” — along with five other solo Elder tales in the classic EC tradition from the pages of Weird Science and Weird Fantasy. This volume also includes a special Elder horror story that hasn’t been since its original publication more than 60 years ago. Like every book in the Fantagraphics EC Artists’ Library, Million Year Picnic also features essays and notes by EC experts on these superbly crafted, classic stories.

Minky Woodcock: The Girl who Handcuffed Houdini

Minky Woodcock: The Girl who Handcuffed Houdini

A brand new 1920s mystery with a sinister twist! Unappreciated at her father's detective agency, the fabulous, rabbit-loving Minky Woodcock straps on her gumshoes in order to uncover a magical mystery involving the world-famous escape artist, Harry Houdini. Created by acclaimed artist, author, director and playwright Cynthia Von Buhler ('Speakeasy Dollhouse', 'Evelyn Evelyn', 'Emily and the Strangers')! "I was seduced by Cynthia Von Buhler's artwork. She is a wonder." – Neil Gaiman.

Moriarty: The Jade Serpent

Moriarty: The Jade Serpent

THE JADE SERPENTIn the fallout of her adventures with Professor Moriarty, Jade returns home to Tokyo, in hopes of reclaiming her life. But when a high-ranking government official is murdered, Jade is forced to seek Moriarty's help in solving the case, only to discover that there are some secrets that even the Jade Serpent cannot hide...

Misfit City

Misfit City

Nothing's happened in Wilder's hometown since they filmed that cult kids' adventure movie there in the 80s...but that's ancient history. Until one day, she and her friends come upon a centuries-old pirate map drawn by someone named Black Mary...and find out there might be some REAL adventure in their tiny town after all!

The American Way: Those Above and Those Below

The American Way: Those Above and Those Below

This sequel to the hit miniseries by the original team of writer John Ridley (Oscar-winning screenwriter of 12 Years a Slave and creator of TV's American Crime) and artist Georges Jeanty (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight, Serenity: No Power in the 'Verse) moves the story forward in history, factoring in how real-life events might be affected by the presence of superheroes, and how those events change the heroes in turn. It's been a decade since the Civil Defense Corps was exposed as a fraud created by the U.S. Government for propaganda purposes. While most of the heroes who survived the catastrophe have retired or disappeared, the New American still carries on, trying to keep communities safe amid the social turmoil of the 1970s. But with the nation split in two over civil rights and the changing political landscape, this isn't easy. Some of the American's former colleagues are on opposite sides of the law: Amber Waves joined a group of domestic terrorists, while Missy, a.k.a. Ole Miss, has thrown her hat into the political ring. As the ground shifts beneath his feet and new threats arise, which side will the American choose?
Genre: Mystery, Crime

Grass Kings

Grass Kings

From The New York Times bestselling writer Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and Peter Panzerfaust artist Tyler Jenkins comes a rural mystery series chronicling the tragic lives of the Grass Kings, three brothers and rulers of a trailer park kingdom, a fiefdom of the hopeless and lost, of the desperate poor seeking a promised land. Eldest brother Robert leads a grief-stricken life, having lost his daughter to a tragic accident, followed by his wife disappearing one morning never to return. When an enigmatic young woman named Maria flees to their community in search of safe haven, Robert takes her in. Will his decision lead to ruin and retribution dooming the Kingdom? Perfect for fans of Justified or The Fade Out. Oversized first issue featuring 30 pages of story!
Genre: Mystery, Drama

Rivers of London: Cry Fox

Rivers of London: Cry Fox

The bookstore smash-hit returns for a brand-new story, picking up the threads from the most recent bestselling Rivers of London novel, The Hanging Tree.Peter Grant, apprentice magician and freshly-made Detective, tackles supernatural crimes for the London Met, walking the fine line between two worlds to keep the peace.“A welcome return, and Aaronovich and Cartmel have never been on finer form. The script and art mesh together as well as the best TV shows or films do, really a team effort in every sense.” - Nerdly.

Zero Girl

Zero Girl

Zero Girl is the story of a high-school misfit coming of age. Young Amy Snooster -- weirdness magnet that she is -- never has been the most popular girl in school. She can speak to insects and believes that circles are good and squares evil. Awkward and different, she doesn't quite fit into any social circle, and she likes it that way. But strange things seem to happen when Amy is around - the spontaneous appearance of puddles of water, for instance -- and it has made her the target of relentless bullies. With the aid of a sympathetic guidance counselor, Amy explores the meaning of her surreal abilities and discovers her place in the world.

Scooby-Doo: Where Are You?

Scooby-Doo: Where Are You?

Scooby and the Gang see a giant creature swimming on a lake in Vancouver, leading them to learn the Legend of Ogopogo, a lake serpent from Native American mythology. But what does a logging company from Lake Okanagan have to do with the mystery? Find out in this thrilling first issue!