Comics

Dark Horse Comics’s library of Comixology Originals series brought to print continues to grow. The two publishers have announced that Youth Volume 2, the second installment of the series from writer Curt Pires, artist Alex Diotto, colorist Dee Cunniffe, and letterer Micah Myers, will get a print collection early next year. The trade paperback will collect issues 1-4 of the
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Originally published in March 2016, Lucky Penny by Yuko Ota and Ananth Hirsh is returning in November 2022 with Lucky Penny: Color Edition, featuring new cover from Ota and colors by Julia Hagerty. Lucky Penny Here’s the description of Lucky Penny from Oni Press: “If Penny Brighton didn’t have bad luck, she’d have no luck at all. She lost
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Do A Powerbomb #1 Writer/Illustrator: Daniel Warren JohnsonColors: Mike SpicerPublisher: Image ComicsRelease date: June 15, 2022. Daniel Warren Johnson was born to make wrestling comics. How do I know? Because of Do A Powerbomb, the writer/illustrator’s new Image comic set within the world of the greatest sports in human history (along with basketball, which shares
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Announced earlier this year at Fan Expo Philadelphia, award winning novelist Derek Landy and artist Greg Land are collaborating on All-Out Avengers, a brand new Avengers title ongoing series coming in September that will “launch readers directly into the thrilling missions of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.” Joined by inker Jay Leisten and colorist Frank D’Armata, according
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While it originally debuted as a four-part series on Marvel Unlimited, Hulkling & Wiccan #1 is an oversize 43-page issue that collects the entire Infinity Comics series in one. This review includes spoilers, so be advised! Plus: rapid reviews of Fantastic Four #44 and Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #1. What did you think of this week’s fresh Marvel Comics issues? Let
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Loved and Lost: A Relationship Trilogy Ignatz and Eisner Award winning cartoonist Jeffrey Brown is taking us back to the beginning with Loved and Lost: A Relationship Trilogy, a collection of the three adult-oriented graphic novels that launched his career. The softcover collection, which is published by Top Shelf Productions and is 608 pages long, is available
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Justice Warriors #1 Written by: Matt BorsArt by: Ben ClarksonColors by: Felipe SobreiroLetters by: Matt BorsPublished by: Ahoy ComicsReview by: Hayden Mears  Justice Warriors #1 is not subtle satire. In fact, this first issue is so brazen with its digs at society’s dysfunction that its attempts to illuminate systemic flaws can often feel clumsy and
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Vampirella has been through it all, but this September Dynamite is sending the Daughter of Drakulon on a time warp to the 1970s in Vampirella: Mindwarp. Writer Jeff Parker (Aquaman, Future Quest) and artist Benjamin Dewey (Namor, The Autumnlands) lead the creative team for the new adventure. Read details below: “The conniving Baroness Gruzal already
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Saturday is here, and with it arrives Weekend Reading 115! As is our weekly custom here at Stately Beat Manor, we’ll be spending the days locked up inside, lost in a good book! As always, we hope that you’ll share your reading plans with us, too. Let us know what you’re planning on reading, here
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The first issue of Heavy Metal‘s new event series, Entropy, will introduce a new villain who will connect into the Taarna lore! Written by Black Panther and Justice League writer Christopher Priest with interior art by Montos, color by Bryan Valenza, and letters by Willie Schubert, the series will feature main covers by Bjorn Barends (King Spawn). The issue arrives at your Local Comic Shop in
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On June 15th, 2022, the Society of Illustrators, one of New York’s premier venues for showcasing the history and art of illustration will open its doors for “The Artist’s Experience: From Brotherman to Batman”, a 4-month exhibit celebrating Black comic book artists, curated by comic journalist and writer Karama Horne and Eisner Award-nominated artist and writer
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The Bone Orchard Mythos: The Passageway Script: Jeff LemireArt: Andrea SorrentinoColors: Dave StewartLetters: Steve WandsPublisher: Image Comics There’s a particular brand of indie/art house horror that’s characterized by stories that are slow paced, atmospheric, and dread-filled, preferring to inch towards their scares in a methodical way rather than open with them. It’s quite popular among
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