By Sherrilyn Kenyon. By Chuck Forsman. By Joe Hill. By Ta-Nehisi Coates. By Joana Avillez. By Debi Gliori. By Mathilde Ramadier. By Mike Mignola. By Tom Neely. By Roz Chast. By Brigitte Findakly. By Hirohiko Araki. By Michael Dormer. By Jonathan Hennessey. By George R. By Schrupp Patu. By Gareth Hinds. By Roy Thomas. By Mimi Pond.
By Gary Panter. By Seth. By Kieron Gillen. By Dave Cooper. By Jonathan Hickman. By Sam Humphries. Willow Wison. By Dennis Hopeless. By Pearl S. By Robert Kirkman. By Fabian Rangel. By Felicia Day. By Frank Miller. By Francis Manapul. By Gareth Brookes.
By Charles Glaubitz. By Paolo Bacilieri. By David Foenkinos.
By Walter Simonson. By Jason.
By Jonathan Kellerman. By Rob Liefeld. By Gabrielle Bell. By Chuck Dixon. By Will Eisner. By Ananth Hirsh.
By Jesse Jacobs. By Carlos Sampayo. By Burne Hogarth. By Scott Snyder. By Simon Hanselmann. By Jeff Lemire. By Steven Weissman. By Lynda Barry. By Jomny Sun. By Bryan Hitch. By Grant Snider. By Guy Delisle. By Jack Zipes. By Kurt Busiek. By Ian Edginton. By Jeff Parker. By Matt Kindt. By Antoine De Saint-Exupery. By Alex Irvine. By Rob Reger. By Jason Aaron. Four individuals living in San Francisco are released from the frustrations of their everyday lives by a late night radio broadcast suddenly hijacked by someone with a message for the world.
The passion and honesty of the message steers these four lives in dramatic new directions. Excellence 1. May 8, Spencer Dales was born into a world of magic. His father belongs to the Aegis, a secret society of black magicians ordered by their unseen masters to better the lives of others-those with greater potential-but never themselves.
But in this fight for a better future, who will stand beside him? I love that! She Said Destroy 1.
Over millennia, Brigid, Goddess of the Sun, has conquered and converted the entire solar system into worshipping her and her alone, save one space colony. Copra Volumes May 1, So when one of their own betrays them, COPRA has no choice but to turn their nightmarish skills back on everyone who ever even looked at them funny. Starting in May, Copra volumes will be reprinted through Image and it sounds like the series will be there to stay.
Time for me to jump in!
Out This Week, A Comic Book Where A Black Street Dude and A White Racist Get Superpowers
April 17, After fifteen years of B. Ascender 1. April 24, Though some long-running series like B. Sort of, anyway. Queen of Bad Dreams 1. Plus, look at this variant cover!
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Little Girls. Something hunts people on the outskirts of town…. Sam and Lielet are two new friends living in Ethiopia. The premise paired with the setting for Little Girls certainly has a promising hook. Hot Comb. May 15, Learn more about her here! Black Hammer 45 1. From the World of Black Hammer comes a truly gripping tale of war and intrigue! Invisible Kingdom 1. On the run from reprisals on both sides, this unlikely pair of rebels risk plunging the world into anarchy if they reveal the truth.
But when your beliefs betray you, what choice is there left? By Hugo Award-winning writer G. Willow Wilson Wonder Woman, Ms. The story sounds rad and a great premise for some cosmic Christian Ward art. Assassin Nation 1. Exo HC.
A hard sci-fi story about the intersection of spatial exploration and earthy invasion. Near future. NASA is confident it finally discovered an exoplanet likely to accommodate life. Located 4 light-years from earth, Darwin II creates a lot of questions and is scheduled for imminent exploration by a space probe. At the same very moment, an orbital space station is struck by a missile shot from the moon, killing several astronauts.
Coincidence or conspiracy? Fifty-seven years have passed in the real world since that event — so what would have happened if the same amount of time passed for Peter as well? In this first oversized issue, when Flash Thompson is drafted to serve during the Vietnam War, Spidey must weigh the question of where his responsibility truly lies!
Little Bird 1 of 5. Hellboy Winter Special When the new Hellboy omnibuses started releasing a few months ago, I decided it was time to dip my toes into that world. Die 1. DIE is a pitch-black fantasy where a group of forty-something adults have to deal with the returning unearthly horror they barely survived as teenage role-players. Sorry to all of you out there looking to name your new drone band — Goth Jumanji has been taken. With Halloween just around the corner, I can definitely get behind something that sounds like Gary Gygax meets It. Miles Morales Spider-Man 1. Balancing his normal life, school, parents, etc…and super-heroing has never been easy, but when the Rhino and a cadre of mysterious criminals start plaguing Brooklyn, things take a dark turn.
Though the depiction of Parker in the game is great, I found Miles Morales to be an even more compelling character and I am very ready for this new book. After years of difficulty trying to have children, a young couple finally announces their pregnancy, only to have the most joyous day of their lives replaced with one of unexpected heartbreak. Their relationship is put to the test as they forge ahead, working together to rebuild themselves amidst the churning tumult of devastating loss, and ultimately facing the soul-crushing reality that they may never conceive a child of their own.
It certainly sounds heartbreaking but there is a beauty to the cover that compelled me to order a copy. Bitter Root 1. In the s, the Harlem Renaissance is in full swing, and only the Sangerye Family can save New York-and the world-from the supernatural forces threatening to destroy humanity.
But the once-great family of monster hunters has been torn apart by tragedies and conflicting moral codes. The Sangerye Family must heal the wounds of the past and move beyond their differences… or sit back and watch a force of unimaginable evil ravage the human race. The premise of saving the world from monsters may not sound particularly new in the comics ethos, but setting that during the Harlem Renaissance in New York City could be great. Also, look at that Mike Mignola cover! The Warning 1. An enormous machine slowly materializes in a major West Coast city.
Who sent it-and why-is a mystery, understood only by the malevolent beings gliding silently toward Earth through the inky vastness of space. In response, a multinational combat brigade called Gladiator Two-Six is deployed. A mutation in Toxoplasmosis causes menstruating women to turn into ferocious killer wildcats-easily provoked and extremely dangerous. As panic spreads and paranoia takes root, the fate of the world rides on the shoulders of one twelve-year-old girl. This September… the cat wants in. Also, you know you want the variant cover with actual sparkles on it.
Cemetery Beach 1. From the creators of the acclaimed TREES graphic novels, which are currently being adapted for television, comes something completely different. A professional pathfinder, his only ally a disaffected young murderess, breaks out of a torture cell in pursuit of his worst extraction scenario ever: escaping on foot across a sprawling and secret off-world colony established a hundred years ago and filled with generations of lunatics. In an interview, Jason Howard mentions being excited to lean more into drawing cool sci-fi tech and that shows.
The double-page spread is gorgeous. Teenage Ellie has always had romantic ideas about drug addicts. The tragic, artistic souls drawn to needles and pills have been an obsession since the death of her junkie mother ten years ago. Brubaker and Phillips are one of the most consistently great team-ups in modern comics. Heroes in Crisis 1. But something goes inexplicably wrong when many patients wind up dead, with two well-known operators as the prime suspects: Harley Quinn and Booster Gold! Batman: Damned 1 of 3.
The Joker is dead. There is no doubt about that. But whether Batman finally snapped his scrawny neck or some other sinister force in Gotham City did the deed is still a mystery. So who better to set him straight than… John Constantine? DC went out on a limb with their Young Animal imprint and those books have been super fun.
The premise for their newest imprint, Black Label , is different but I am cautiously optimistic. Publisher: Aftershock Comics. Everyone knows that the two greatest thieves in the city are the Moth and the Whisper. Very few know that the Moth and the Whisper disappeared six months ago. And what nobody knows is that the new Moth and Whisper are actually one person pretending to be both of them. One supremely skilled but uncertain young genderfluid thief: Niki, the child of the Moth and the Whisper. Corporations run the streets while crime lords like Ambrose Wolfe run the alleys-identity is a commodity and privacy is impossible.
Black Badge 1. Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins, the team behind Grass Kings, reunite for a new ongoing series about a top-secret, elite branch of boy scouts tasked by the government to take on covert missions. Among their organization, the Black Badges are the elite; the best of the best. They are feared even by the other badges. A team member who disappeared years ago, presumed dead. I was excited to see what the two were cooking up and this looks great. I will definitely be grabbing the Lemire variant, too!
J UN The bees are swarming. The rich have built walls around their wealth and scramble into escape rockets. The romantic and the ruthless cross over into the lawless wilds of Zone-B. One of them falls in love. How far will she go to get her story? An eco-fiction tech-thriller where flora and fauna have begun to mutate, The Seeds is also a story of love beyond race and gender, and of the resilience of both human and animal kind. Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost.
Her daily routine features unforgiving customers, her grieving father, and the fastidious Mr. Wendell IS a ghost. A boy who lost his life much too young, his daily routine features ineffective death therapy, a sheet-dependent identity, and a dangerous need to seek purpose in the forbidden human world. Sheets illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, it is a story of the forgiveness and unlikely friendship that can only transpire inside a haunted laundromat.
Granted, this book seems to be tackling some serious subject matter but I think you know what I mean. I really enjoyed what I saw in Previews and the tone of this book looks right up my alley. This discovery triggers the largest scientific initiative since the Manhattan Projects, with teams of scientists working to collect and collate this information. But will they find a stairway to heaven, or will they unleash something that will kill us all?