Month: July 2022

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0 Comments Cry havoc and let slip the reading of weekend! It’s Saturday, and that means it’s time for Weekend Reading 122. By now, we suspect you know the drill: we’re holing up inside Stately Beat Manor and spending the weekend getting lost in a good book! What will you be paging through as you try
0 Comments By Jason Murphy Photos by Erin Dillingham Every year I find myself stumbling fondly into the arm of a new artist I have never seen before. This habit of mine began in 2010 and continues to this day. I don’t plan on it, but it happens time and time again. Their art intrigues me
Super sleuths Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma join forces with the world’s greatest detective, Batman, when they discover that villains from both of their respective rogues’ galleries have also combined efforts to terrorize the city. With Scooby snacks in tow, the crime-fighting teams encounter classic Batman foes (Joker, Catwoman, Riddler, Penguin, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy,
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0 Comments Heat waves, record-breaking temperatures, forest fires, diminishing biodiversity, rampant viruses, resource scarcity – and a heap of anxieties for what the future may hold. It is easy to despair yet Cecil Castellucci, Flavia Biondi, and Fabiana Mascolo have channeled those anxieties into an intriguing parallel worlds story with Shifting Earth, from Dark Horse Comics’s
0 Comments After the publication of the graphic novel adaptations of Kindred and The Parable of the Sower, Abrams ComicArts senior editor Charlotte Greenbaum engaged John Jennings in a dialog of how they could best provide a forum for speculative fiction and Afrofuturism stories. The Megascope imprint was born, and on Friday, Alverne Ball (Across the
0 Comments The Beat con confirm reports this afternoon that Tapas Media has announced major layoffs, including to the editorial staff. The moves are reportedly part of a shift to more UGC (user generated content) and away from Originals, a program to acquire new content from new and established creators. It’s also a move to consolidate
0 Comments In the upcoming Sabrina Anniversary Spectacular #1 one-shot from Archie Comics, arriving  at your Local Comic Shop beginning on September 7th, 2022, Sabrina Spellman will face off against an all-new adversary: Amber Nightstone! In the all-new story “Celebration Vexation!” by Dan Parent, Glenn Whitmore, and Jack Morelli, you’ll meet the new witch in town. But in the meantime, you can
0 Comments Nat for Nothing by Maria Scrivan arrives from Scholastic Graphix in February 2023. The fourth entry in the Nat series, Nat for Nothing finds the eponymous protagonist having a hard time selecting a club at school. But when she meets a new student who’s facing the same challenge, will an unlikely solution present itself? Nat for Nothing Here’s the
0 Comments In autumn 2022, I’m Still Alive by Roberto Saviano (Gomorrah, ZeroZeroZero, The Piranhas) and Asaf Hanuka (The Realist, The Divine) with letters by AndWorld Design will be arriving at your Local Comic Shop. Published by BOOM! Studio’s Archaia imprint, the original graphic memoir will be available at your LCS beginning on October 5th, but you can get your first look at
0 Comments DC has already marked thirty years since the iconic “Death of Superman” storyline by killing off the entire Justice League in the pages of April’s Justice League #75. Now the publisher is reassembling the creative teams who brought the Man of Steel’s 1992 demise for an all-new anniversary one-shot. The Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Special
0 Comments This week in the Marvel Rundown, Ant-Man celebrates his swinging sixtieth in style, bringing together Ant-Men past, present, and future for a wild adventure across time in Ant-Man #1. There are minor spoilers throughout our main review, so jump down to the Rapid Rundown for some brief looks at Gambit and Wild Cards to avoid those pesky spoilers. And
Season 3 of idol anime IDOLiSH7 will return this October with its second cour! [embedded content] A new teaser visual and trailer was revealed along with the announcement. Originally a popular rhythm game, IDOLiSH7 follows rookie manager Tsumugi Takanashi as she does her best to help her agency’s seven-member idol group reach the top of
0 Comments The Top Comics to Buy for July 27, 2022, sees three out of five highlighted books come for the Big 2, with all three of them essentially serving as new beginnings. What’s interesting, though, is that within that, two of the titles — Ant-Man #1  and Superman – Space Age #1 — are trying to do something
0 Comments It’s barely been a week since Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige outlined MCU Phases 4-6, now officially called “The Multiverse Saga,” during the Hall H presentation at SDCC last weekend. In 2025, the Avengers are assembling once again with two back-to-back films in the same year, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars. THR
Check out the official trailer for Shazam! Fury of the Gods – in theaters this Christmas. #ShazamMovie From New Line Cinema comes “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” which continues the story of teenage Billy Batson who, upon reciting the magic word “SHAZAM!,” is transformed into his adult Super Hero alter ego, Shazam. “Shazam! Fury of
0 Comments Hospi-Tales: A Year of Stories from Alder HeyCreated by: Comics Youth CIC & Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in collaboration with the Graphic Medicine ProjectEdited by: Rebecca Horner, Anna Macdonald, and Rae MalenoirPublisher: Marginal Publishing House It’s almost universally accepted that comics have the capacity to transform both readers and creators, more so than other