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Apr 15, 2020. 4 comments

Brubaker and Martín surprise-launch a new series in this Friday first look

Brubaker and Martín surprise-launch a new series in this Friday first look

As we hit the third Wednesday of the month without new comics, there’s an intense hunger among readers for something new to fill the void. Today, Panel Syndicate feeds the starving masses with the surprise launch of Friday, a new “post-YA” series by writer Ed Brubaker, artist/letterer Marcos Martín, and colorist Muntsa Vicente. This is a huge debut by two of the industry’s top...

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Mar 20, 2020.

Nightcrawler returns to the X-Mansion in this Giant Size X-Men exclusive

Nightcrawler returns to the X-Mansion in this Giant Size X-Men exclusive

With mutants relocating to the island nation of Krakoa, the X-mansion in Westchester, New York, has been abandoned. But there’s something strange going on in the empty Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters, and a team of mutants investigates in next week’s Giant Size X-Men: Nightcrawler, spotlighting the fuzzy elf as he uncovers horrors in his old stomping grounds. Last month’s Giant Size...

Mar 18, 2020. 9 comments

John Constantine hates his hipster replacement in this Hellblazer exclusive

John Constantine hates his hipster replacement in this Hellblazer exclusive

The true John Constantine disappeared for a while as a superhero-friendly version of the character entered the main DC Universe. While that iteration still exists in books like Justice League Dark, the original Constantine has returned in all his messy glory in the new John Constantine: Hellblazer series. Written by The Dreaming’s Simon Spurrier—check out last week’s

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Mar 13, 2020. 1 comments

Jazz meets horror in this exclusive Blue In Green first look

Jazz meets horror in this exclusive Blue In Green first look

How far would you go to achieve greatness? This question takes a young jazz musician on a horrific journey in the upcoming Image Comics graphic novel, Blue In Green, from writer Ram V, artist Anand RK, and letterer Aditya Bidikar. This creative team previously collaborated on the urban teen drama Grafity’s Wall, which has a new expanded edition coming out from Dark Horse Comics on March 25,...

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Mar 06, 2020.

Nebula rebuilds her body and her memory in this exclusive preview

Nebula rebuilds her body and her memory in this exclusive preview

Nebula has never had her own solo series before, but after becoming a bigger player in Marvel’s cosmic landscape both on screen and on the page, the space pirate/cyborg mercenary finally gets a chance to break out on her own. Writer Vita Ayala, artist Claire Roe, colorist Mike Spicer, and letterer Travis Lanham redefine Nebula’s character in a new five-issue miniseries by giving her a literal...

Mar 04, 2020.

Simon Stagg learns life-changing news in this The Terrifics exclusive

Simon Stagg learns life-changing news in this The Terrifics exclusive

The Terrifics is the only title left standing from DC’s New Age of Heroes initiative, debuting multiple series featuring new heroes that had a very Marvel flavor like Damage (Hulk), The Curse Of Brimstone (Ghost Rider), and Sideways (Spider-Man). Marvel wasn’t putting out a Fantastic Four book for a few years, so DC picked up the slack by creating its own version, bringing together Mr....

Feb 26, 2020.

The Ferguson verdict shakes a basketball team in this Dragon Hoops exclusive

The Ferguson verdict shakes a basketball team in this Dragon Hoops exclusive

Gene Luen Yang always preferred comic books to sports. As a child, he would lose himself in fantastic conflicts between costumed heroes and villains rather than subject himself to the ridicule of his peers on the playing field. For his latest First Second graphic novel, Dragon Hoops, Yang uses his primary interest to dissect the one that always eluded him, exploring the history of basketball...

Feb 25, 2020. 7 comments

Lois Lane makes Batman her errand boy in this exclusive preview

Lois Lane makes Batman her errand boy in this exclusive preview

Someone is out to murder Lois Lane, but she doesn’t want her Super-husband to worry about it. She’s got her right-hand woman, Renee “The Question” Montoya, to keep her safe and track down the killer, and a long list of superhero connections she can reach out to for more help. Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins’ Lois Lane miniseries showcases the titular reporter’s resilience in the face of deadly...

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Feb 21, 2020. 3 comments

Wakanda fends off interstellar invaders in this Black Panther exclusive

Wakanda fends off interstellar invaders in this Black Panther exclusive

Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Black Panther run has had a fascinating evolution since beginning in 2016, with a shaky first year that saw Coates still acclimating to comic-book storytelling. Eventually he got the hang of writing a superhero book and the series significantly improved, taking a massive leap for the second volume sending T’Challa deep into space to face off against the Intergalactic Empire...

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Feb 20, 2020. 1 comments

A misogynist reveals his evil plan in this Basketful Of Heads exclusive

A misogynist reveals his evil plan in this Basketful Of Heads exclusive

June Branch is having a truly awful night. She survived a home invasion that resulted in escaped convicts abducting her boyfriend, and as she protects herself with an enchanted Viking hammer, she finds herself stuck with decapitated heads that won’t die. This is the supernatural crime plot of Hill House Comics’ Basketful Of Heads, written by Joe Hill and set in the same universe as many...

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Feb 18, 2020.

A warlord’s daughter makes a daring escape in this Tartarus #2 exclusive

A warlord’s daughter makes a daring escape in this Tartarus #2 exclusive

What do you do when you find out your entire life is a lie? Teenage Tilde thought she was just a regular farm girl, but in the new Image series, Tartarus, she discovers that she’s actually the daughter of a notorious warlord who terrorized the titular mining colony. Written by Johnnie Christmas with art by Jack T. Cole, letters by Jim Campbell, and striking design work by Ben Didier, Tartarus...

Feb 18, 2020. 2 comments

A horned up secret agent goes out with a BANG! in this exclusive preview

A horned up secret agent goes out with a BANG! in this exclusive preview

Escape the villain, get the girl, complete the mission. It’s a pretty standard routine for secret agents in spy stories, especially if you’re a British stud with a license to kill. But the new Dark Horse Comics series, BANG!, doesn’t stick to the routine. Written by Matt Kindt with art by Wilfredo Torres, colorist Nayoung Kim, and letterer Nate Piekos, BANG! takes a step back and looks at the...

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Feb 14, 2020. 4 comments

The Guardians Of The Galaxy battle evil Greek gods in this exclusive preview

The Guardians Of The Galaxy battle evil Greek gods in this exclusive preview

The Guardians Of The Galaxy thought they would get a break after saving the universe for the bajillionth time, but there’s always a new threat waiting on the horizon, looking to seize control. Picking up on threads from last year’s excellent Avengers: No Road Home miniseries, the new Guardians Of The Galaxy series by writer Al Ewing, artist Juann Cabal, colorist Federico Blee, and letterer...

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Feb 13, 2020. 1 comments

Hill and Immonen Plunge into aquatic horror in this exclusive preview

Hill and Immonen Plunge into aquatic horror in this exclusive preview

DC’s Hill House Comics has been churning out exceptional horror comics for the last few months, but the imprint’s biggest release comes next week with the release of Plunge, a new miniseries bringing legendary artist Stuart Immonen back to monthly comics. Written by Hill House Comics’ curator, Joe Hill, with colors by Dave Stewart and letters by Deron Bennett, Plunge takes readers onto the...

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Feb 10, 2020. 6 comments

The original A.I. shifts the course of history in this first look at Bad Idea’s ENIAC

The original A.I. shifts the course of history in this first look at Bad Idea’s ENIAC

Wartime often stimulates innovation as countries try to find new ways to boost their power, and World War II had some major discoveries that rocked the planet. The development of the atomic bomb revealed the devastation mankind is capable of when harnessing nuclear power, but there was another creation that would change everything about how information was processed: ENIAC, the first fully...

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Feb 06, 2020. 7 comments

Fantomex enters the Dawn Of X in this Giant Size X-Men first look

Fantomex enters the Dawn Of X in this Giant Size X-Men first look

Dawn Of X entirely focuses on mutant team dynamics in its first group of titles, but as it enters its second wave, solo characters start to get their time in the spotlight. Wolverine gets a new ongoing series in two weeks, and the following week sees the debut of Giant Size X-Men, a series of one-shots zeroing in on specific mutants. Written by Jonathan Hickman with art by top talent like...

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Feb 06, 2020. 3 comments

Mongul shatters the United Planets in this Superman #20 exclusive

Mongul shatters the United Planets in this Superman #20 exclusive

Superman is always busy, but it’s hard to think of a time when he’s had more on his plate than right now. He’s revealed his civilian identity to the world, opening a massive can of worms that complicates his life in endless ways, and he’s also spearheading the intergalactic effort to create the United Planets, which requires navigating a lot of different alien egos to create bridges between...

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Jan 31, 2020. 3 comments

Matt Murdock is forgiven for his sins in this Daredevil #17 exclusive

Matt Murdock is forgiven for his sins in this Daredevil #17 exclusive

For the past year, Matt Murdock has been punishing himself for killing a man while on patrol as Daredevil, a traumatizing event that sent Matt’s Catholic guilt into overdrive. Writer Chip Zdarsky’s run on Daredevil gains remarkable depth by focusing on how this accident devastates Matt and forces him to reconsider the direction of his life (read more in this

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Jan 30, 2020. 1 comments

Spirits haunt a young Victorian girl in this Daphne Byrne exclusive

Spirits haunt a young Victorian girl in this Daphne Byrne exclusive

When it comes to horror artwork, Kelley Jones is one of the industry’s best. That’s why it was so exciting when DC announced Jones would be drawing Daphne Byrne, a Hill House Comics miniseries written by playwright and novelist Laura Marks. Jones’ extensive experience in comics makes him an exceptional collaborator for Marks, who makes her comic-book debut with this story of a young Victorian...

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Jan 24, 2020.

Cartoonists honor women who changed the world in this Noisemakers exclusive

Cartoonists honor women who changed the world in this Noisemakers exclusive

Kazoo magazine debuted in 2016 as the most successful journalism campaign in Kickstarter history, satisfying a cultural need for a magazine that shows young girls they can take up space and have their voices heard by sharing stories of female pioneers in all fields. Comics are a regular feature in Kazoo, with the magazine hiring noteworthy cartoonists to create short biographies of women who...

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