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Dan DiDio - James Robindon - Jeff Lemire - Paul Cornell - Philip Tan - Steve Lyons - Reign ​of Doomsday
He’s ​back, the ultimate force of destruction! Doomsday has returned to get his revenge against Superman. Discover who wins in our Special Edition DC Comics Superman: Reign of Doomsday from DC Comics Graphic Novel Collection! The deadliest enemy of Superman is back in this Special Edition of DC Comics Superman: Reign of Doomsday. Doomsday, the hyper-evolved Kryptonian who once killed Superman, has returned. His target? Anyone with an ‘S’ on their chest. All those touched by the original onslaught feel his vengeance, including Steel, Eradicator, Superboy and Cyborg Superman. Also entering the fray are Dark Supergirl and the new Batman (Dick Grayson). Can the original Man of Steel solve the mystery of who is really behind this trail of destruction… before it’s too late? Originally published as Steel Vol. 3 #1 (Mar 2011), Outsiders Vol. 4 #37 (Apr 2011), Justice League of America Vol. 2 #55 (May 2011), Superman/Batman Annual Vol. 1 #5 and Superboy Vol. 5 #6 (Jun 2011), Action Comics Vol. 1 #900-904 (Jun-Oct 2011)

Steve Lyons - Smoke ​and Mirrors
The ​Doctor answers a psionic distress call being sent from England in the 1920s. There, in the environs of a fairground, he is reunited with an old friend: Harry Houdini. To Adric and Nyssa the name means very little, but to the Doctor's companion Tegan he is a legend. Escape artist extraordinaire, Houdini's reputation will last for decades. But how come Harry knows so much about Tegan herself? Is it really just guesswork, as he says? Is Harry right to be concerned about the fairground's fortune teller, who claims to have supernatural skills? Both he and the Doctor suspect an alien influence they know of old. What neither the Doctor nor his friends realise is that, somewhere in the shadows, a far more sinister and familiar presence is lying in wait for them...

Aaron Dembski-Bowden - Steve Lyons - Rob Sanders - Honour ​Imperialis
Omnibus ​of three novels featuring the Imperial Guard - Dead Men Walking, Cadian Blood, and Redemption Corps. The Imperial Guard: known with good reason as ‘the Hammer of the Emperor’, and possibly the single largest military force that the galaxy has ever seen. The tales of heroism and desperate futility surrounding the men and women of the Guard are many – this omnibus contains the exploits of the famous Cadian and ruthless Death Korp of Krieg regiments, as well as the fearsome storm troopers of the Redemption Corps.

Steve Parker - Steve Lyons - Mitchel Scanlon - Shield ​of the Emperor
The ​Astra Militarum is the largest body of fighting men and women in the galaxy. Drawn from the myriad planets of the Imperium, it is the solemn duty of these grim soldiers to fight the wars of the Immortal Emperor against the many enemies that threaten the very existence of humanity. With incredible manpower, and supported by massive battle tanks and hordes of priests, clerks and engineers, it is an indomitable war machine, the Shield of the Emperor. This omnibus contains three novels and three short stories, each telling of some of the many battles fought by the Astra Militarum in defence of humanity.

Steve Lyons - Steve Parker - John Scanlon - Imperial ​Guard Omnibus 1.
Omnibus ​edition collecting the novels, Fifteen Hours, Death World and Rebel Winter from the popular Warhammer 40,000 Imperial Guard series.

Steve Lyons - Doctor ​Who: The Space Age
It ​is England, Earth, in the year 2019. The Doctor, Fitz, and Compassion land on a bleak plain, near a derelict city where mods and rockers are converging to fight out their differences. While the Doctor is taken prisoner by the rockers, Fitz is whisked away by the mods. In the midst of the gang wars, can the Doctor find out what transported the mods and rockers to the derelict city and why?

Steve Lyons - Doctor ​Who: The Murder Game
The ​faded glamour of a hotel in space, spinning in an all-but-forgotten orbit round the Earth, is host to some unusual visitors this weekend — including a party that claim to travel in a battered blue police box... It is the year 2136. Answering a distress call from the dilapidated Hotel Galaxian, the TARDIS crew discover a games enthusiast is using the hotel to host a murder-mystery weekend. But it seems someone from his motley group of guests is taking things a little too seriously. While the Doctor, Ben and Polly find themselves joining in the shadowplay, it becomes clear that a real-life murderer is stalking the dark, disused corridors of the Galaxian. But worse than this: there's a sinister force waiting silently in space for events to unfold. A terrible secret is hidden on board the Galaxian, and if it is discovered nothing — least of all murder — will ever be the same again. If this is a game, the stakes just got higher.

Lucien Soulban - Steve Lyons - Steve Parker - Hammer ​of the Emperor
Across ​the war-torn galaxy, the Imperial Guard are a bastion against the enemies of mankind. From the punishing heat of Tallarn's deserts to the bonechilling tundras of Valhalla, these are soldiers who give their lives in the Emperor's name. Whether shoulder to shoulder or crushing their enemies in vast machines of war, they are unwavering in their devotion to duty. On a thousand stars, they repel the forces of Chaos and the foul xenos in an eternal conflict. This omnibus collects three tales of savage warfare and heroism in the frontline.

Steve Lyons - The ​Madness Within
Desperate ​and isolated, Sergeant Estabann and Brother Cordoba of the Crimson Fists Space Marines are hunting the daemon that destroyed their battle-brothers. Their only hope remains with a Librarian on the edge of sanity, a potentially tainted Astartes who they are forced to trust. His psychic abilities can lead them to the daemon, where Estabann and Cordoba can avenge their brothers’ deaths. But is the greatest threat a foul denizen of the warp, or the power contained within a psyker’s mind?

Steve Lyons - Dead ​Men Walking
An ​Astra Militarum novel The Death Korps of Krieg arrive at a mining world overrun by necrons, determined to win this brutal war at any cost READ IT BECAUSE The Death Korps are unlike any other Astra Militarum unit – batch-bred, born to fight and completely indoctrinated to their cause. See how effective that can be in this storming story. THE STORY When the necrons rise, a mining planet descends into a cauldron of war and the remorseless foes decimate the human defenders. Salvation comes in an unlikely form - the Death Korps of Krieg, a force as unfeeling as the Necrons themselves. When the two powers go to war, casualties are high and the magnitude of the destruction is unimaginable.

Aaron Dembski-Bowden - Guy Haley - Nick Kyme - Chris Wraight - Josh Reynolds - Steve Lyons - Jonathan Green - Rachel Harrison - War ​for Armageddon
In ​the bleak 41st millennium, the planet Armageddon is on the cusp of annihilation. The strategically vital hive world has captured the attention of infamous ork warlord Ghazghkull Thraka, and when the Astra Militarum and whole Titan Legions prove unable to halt the invasion, it is feared that both the planet and the wider sector will be lost to the greenskins. But the Imperium refuses to succumb and unleashes the Space Marines - genetically engineered warriors who thirst for naught but blood and victory. But can even this alliance of mankind's greatest warriors hope to turn the tide against Ghazghkull and his endless ork horde? This high-octane omnibus contains the classic novel Helsreach by New York Times bestselling author Aaron Dembski-Bowden, alongside four novellas and a host of short stories by some of Black Library best-known authors, including Guy Haley, Nick Kyme, Chris Wraight and Josh Reynolds.

Steve Lyons - Doctor ​Who: The Stealers of Dreams
In ​the far future, the Doctor, Rose, and Captain Jack find a world on which fiction has been outlawed. A world where it's a crime to tell stories, a crime to lie, a crime to hope, and a crime to dream. But now somebody is challenging the status quo. A pirate TV station urges people to fight back, and the Doctor wants to help - until he sees how easily dreams can turn into nightmares. With one of his companions stalked by shadows and the other committed to an asylum, the Doctor is forced to admit that fiction can be dangerous after all. Though perhaps it is not as deadly as the truth...

Jenny T. Colgan - Jacqueline Rayner - Steve Lyons - Guy Adams - Andrew Lane - Doctor ​Who: The Legends of River Song
‘Hello, ​sweetie!’ Melody Pond, Melody Malone, River Song…She has had many names. Whoever she really is, this archaeologist and time traveller has had more adventures (and got into more trouble) than most people in the universe. And she’s written a lot of it down. Well, when you’re married to a Time Lord (or possibly not), you have to keep track of what you did and when. Especially as it may not actually have happened to both of you yet. These are just a few of River Song’s exploits, extracted from her journals. Sometimes, she is with the Doctor. Sometimes she’s on her own. But wherever and whenever she may be, she is never far from danger and excitement. This is just a tiny portion of her impossible life. But it will reveal more than you’ve ever known about the legend that is River Song.

Steve Lyons - Doctor ​Who: The Crooked World
The ​people of the Crooked World lead an idyllic existence. Take Streaky Bacon, for example. This jovial farmer wants nothing more from life than a huge blunderbuss, with which he can blast away at his crop-stealing nemesis. And then there's Angel Falls, a racing driver with a string of victories to her name. Sure, her trusted guardian might occasionally put on a mask and menace her for her prize money, but that's just life, right? And for Jasper the cat, nothing could be more pleasant than a nice, long nap in his kitchen -- so long as that darn mouse doesn't jam his tail into the plug socket again. But somebody is about to shatter all those lives. Somebody is about to change everything -- and it's possible that no one on the Crooked World will ever be happy again. The Doctor's TARDIS is about to arrive. And when it does..

David Bailey - Steve Lyons - Doctor ​Who: Sightseeing in Space
One ​Time Travelling Doctor - Two Thrilling Adventures In The Web In Space, a distress signal calls the TARDIS to the Black Horizon, a spaceship under attack from the Empire of Eternal Victory. But the robotic scavengers are the least of the Doctor's worries. Something terrifying is waiting to trap him in space... And in Terminal of Despair, the TARDIS crew is quarantined in Terminal 4000, where the hideous Desponds have destroyed the hopes of all awaiting passengers. Can the Doctor and his friends help them escape without succumbing to despair themselves?

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