(W) Steve Niles (@SteveNiles) Written: @SteveNiles Artwork: Damien Worm, Lettering: @TheJaniceChiang Monica Bleue and her father move away to the country to start a new life after the death of her mother. Though she’s not speaking to her dad, she begins to find her way out from her anger and grief in her new surroundings. […]
Hmm…the world’s greatest role-playing game, set to comic format, featuring the cult-fave hero of probably my favorite computer RPG series of all time, tying in one of the more fascinating long-format modules yet offered by WotC and written by JIM-FREAKING-ZUB? Why, yes-thank-you-more-please. (13/13)
The forthcoming horror miniseries from Unnatural creator will launch in the United States this March 2020 from Image Comics Image Comics is pleased to reveal a pulse-pounding excerpt from the forthcoming six-issue miniseries, Mirka Andolfo’s Mercy. This sneak peek at interior pages from the debut issue packs an explosive punch and teases at the possible origins behind the mysterious […]
Veronica’s back after several weeks’ absence, and Mom and Dad Lodge got some ‘splainin’ to do. To start with, who Sir Francis Lodge was, and his (and the Lodge family’s) involvement in vampirism dating back generations. Before that, though, she’s got a new foil to contend with, in the form of decidedly pro-vamp Edward Fogarty. And a huge double-super-secret-surprise ending that threatens to turn ‘Ronnie’s already off-kilter world right on its head. Sometimes, it just doesn’t pay to show up to homeroom.
This is not great-uncle Bob’s Archie…
Camelot 3000 Original publication date: 1982-1985 Trade paperback published: 1988 DC Comics & Warner Books Co-created/Written by Mike W. Barr Co-created/Illustrated by Brian Bolland Colors by Tatjana Wood Letters by John Constanza Embellished by Bruce D. Patterson & Terry Austin Continuing the stories begun by Sir Thomas Mallory The prophets claimed that King Arthur and […]
Pound For Pound TKO Studios Written by Natalie Chaidez Illustrated by Andy Belanger Colors by Daniela Miwa Letters by Serge Lapointe Underground MMA fighter Dani Libra fears nothing… except for the recurring blackouts that spark memories of a bloody past. When her sister is kidnapped, Dani must shine a light on the darkness in her own mind, […]
Catalyst Prime: Seven Days #2 Lion Forge Written by Gail Simone Illustrated by José Luís (pencils) Jonas Trinidade (inks) Colors by Michelle Madsen Letters by Saida Temofonte Cover by Stjepan Sejic Diamond Code: AUG192061 Pre-order HERE DAY TWO: Noble is dead and the world has lost it’s brightest hero. Mass panic and confusion are spreading […]
In The Sting, we’ve got an interesting caper side-story featuring the ubiquitous Yo-Saff-Bridge and her cadre of not-terribly-happy-to-participate female compatriots. To what should be the shock of absolutely no one who’s ever read or watched the series, Saffron has once again infiltrated her way into the world of Serenity…and she aims to misbehave. This time, though, she’s not set her sights on Mal, or any of the other boys. Rather, she’s targeting a gigantic diamond, an exclusive convent, and the ladies of everyone’s favorite Firefly-class spacecraft. And if she can prevail upon a healthy dose of vengeance on the way? Well, she’s not one to complain.
Irene Adler is on a mission to take down Sherlock’s greatest nemesis, Moriarty! Author(s):Lavie Tidhar Artist(s):Paul McCaffrey Cover Artist(s):Butch Guice(CVR A),Paul McCaffrey (CVR B), Victorian Homage Cover (CVR C),B&W Variant (CVR D) For Sherlock, there was only ever one woman-now Irene Adler is on a mission to take down Moriarty!It’s the League of Extraordinary Gentlewomen, […]
If you’re like me, a semi-reformed geek who grew up in the ‘80’s (or maybe even later), you heard the argument over and over again: comics are neither art, nor literature—that they’re just fluff. Pulp. Scribbles and capes and prepubescent male fantasy. And, if you’re like me, you pointed to Alan Moore’s Watchmen, later to Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, or the writing of Chris Claremont, or the art of Berni Wrightson and Barry Windsor-Smith, but it all fell on deaf ears. Well, Chris Callahan ends that argument forever with The Misplaced. This is ART and it is LITERATURE. And the fact that it’s Callahan’s first foray into comics is nothing short of astounding. (13/13)