The book chain has ordered vast quantities of the Judge Dredd firm's graphic novels to fill the void left after DC Comics' bestselling titles were pulled from its shelves.
Barnes & Noble stopped stocking DC collections following the comic book giant's exclusive agreement with Amazon to release its books digitally for the upcoming Kindle Fire e-reader.
The retailer has said to have secured a large amount of Alan Moore titles to sell in its stores, including The Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks and Tharg's Terror Tales.
Future Shocks has reportedly gone into reprint in the US before it has even been published in the territory due to the quantities purchased by the book store, CBR reports.
Rebellion's flagship comic 2000AD was released in the US last summer. It became a weekly title in August due to popular demand.