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Preview: Mickey Mouse #9

Mickey Mouse #9

Romano Scarpa (w/a) • Henrieke Goorhuis (c)

“The Chirikawa Necklace,” Part 2 of 2! Pegleg Pete’s new partner, Trudy Van Tubb, is running a brutal gangster-training school—and Mickey must turn mobster to take it down!

FC • 40 pages • $3.99


Preview: Haunted Horror #21

Haunted Horror #21

Various (w & a & c)

From the same wicked fiends that bring you the Chilling Archives of Horror Comics hardback series the Haunted Horror comic book gives good skull. Classic banned horror comics from Pre-Code 1950s!

FC • 32 pages • $4.99


Preview: Doc Savage: The Spider’s Web #3

Doc Savage: The Spider’s Web #3

writer: Chris Roberson
artist: Cezar Razek
cover: Wilfredo Torres
incentive cover: Wilfredo Torres (B/W art)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

While she seems like a sweet old lady to the staff at the nursing home where she resides, only Doc Savage knows that a seemingly harmless elderly woman was once a member of a doomsday cult that threatened to kick off World War III back in the 1970s, and might well hold the key to a mystery that threatens the safety of the world in the modern day.


Preview: Fistful of Blood #4 (of 4)

Fistful of Blood #4 (of 4)

Kevin Eastman (w) • Simon Bisley (a) • James Ryman (c)

Just as Blondie loses all hope in her battle with the Zombies and Vampires, a gang Ducati riding, black leather, Mac 10 toting thugs roll into town, seeking refuge after a bank heist – the whole town explodes in a battle for the last man, or woman, standing – in a climax you don’t want to miss.

FC • 40 pages • $4.99


Preview: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Amazing Adventures #7

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Amazing Adventures #7

Ian Flynn, Caleb Goellner (w) • Chad Thomas, Dave Alvarez (a) Jon Sommariva (c)

“Job Security Part 1” Shredder is fed up with Fishface, Rahzar, Bebop and Rocksteady and declares that only the pair that bring in the Turtles will remain in his employ. The other team will meet a much more unpleasant fate. It’s an all-out competition between the goons with the Turtles stuck in the middle!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Preview: Alice Cooper vs Chaos! #6

Alice Cooper vs Chaos! #6

writer: Tim Seeley, Jim Terry
artist: Jim Terry
cover: Joyce Chin
incentive cover: Joyce Chin (B/W art)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

This is it! The union of Mistress Hel and “Evil” Alice Cooper has dominated the realm of nightmares, and it won’t be long before they plunge the world into horror. The monsters of the Chaos! universe must rescue the real Alice and keep from killing each other long enough to save us all!


Preview: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #39

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #39

Christina Rice (w) • Agnes Garbowska (a & c)

“Don’t You Forget About Us” part 2! The Cutie Mark Crusaders and their classmates are hopelessly lost in the woods! The only chance of salvation may lie with…Diamond Tiara?!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


DC Comics Proudly Presents: The New 52 hits 52!

Celebrating 52 issues of incredible storytelling, DC Entertainment’s May 2016 variant cover theme will pay homage to the #1 issues of eleven comics that debuted in 2011 when DC Entertainment rebooted their superhero publishing line and revitalized the comics industry as a whole. It was a momentous occasion then, and is an anniversary to celebrate now!

Inspired by Cliff Chiang’s Wonder Woman #1, Rags Morales and Brad Anderson’s Action Comics #1, Adam HughesBatgirl #1, and more, these brand-new “The New 52” variants will grace the covers of those same landmark titles that are hitting issue #52 in May. Illustrated by an all-star lineup of incredible talent, May’s lineup of variant covers are as remarkable as the industry-changing covers they’re based on.

Action Comics #52 variant cover by Ben Oliver
Aquaman #52 variant cover by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund
Batgirl #52 variant cover by Babs Tarr
Batman #52 variant cover by Rafael Albuquerque
Catwoman #52 variant cover by Inaki Miranda
Detective Comics #52 variant cover by Francis Manapul
The Flash #52 variant cover by Jesus Merino
Green Arrow #52 variant cover by Szymon Kudranski
Green Lantern #52 variant cover by Billy Tan
Superman #52 variant cover by Mikel Janin
Wonder Woman #52 variant cover by David Finch and Matt Banning

“The New 52” variants are the latest in a variety of monthly themes.

Check out the original covers and the variants below and further below is the credits for the original covers.

The original covers credits:

Action Comics #1 cover by Rags Morales and Brad Anderson
Aquaman #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and Rod Reis
Batgirl #1 cover by Adam Hughes
Batman #1 cover by Greg Capullo and Alex Sinclair
Catwoman #1 cover by Guillem March
Detective Comics #1 cover by Tony Daniel and Tomeu Morey
The Flash #1 cover by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato
Green Arrow #1 cover by Dave Wilkins
Green Lantern #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and Rod Reis
Superman #1 cover by George Perez and Brian Buccellato
Wonder Woman #1 cover by Cliff Chiang

Review: Voltron: From the Ashes #1-5

VoltronAshes01-Cov-A-MilneActivate interlocks, dynatherms connected, infracells-up, mega thrusters are go, Let’s Go Voltron Force! These words resonated through me as a child who grew up in the 1980’s. Even now as an adult Voltron is still one of the coolest things to me and will read and watch anything that has Voltron Lion Force in it. Which brings me to the topic at hand, Dynamite Entertainment joined forces with Cullen Bunn (Deadpool, Captain America, Magneto) and Blacky Shepherd to form Voltron once again with Voltron: From The Ashes, and I for one couldn’t be anymore excited that I got a chance to read these comics.

When I was given this assignment I couldn’t wait to open it up start reading the first five issues of this series. I knew in order for Voltron to be successful with readers who were born in the mid 90’s a new cast of characters where going to have to be introduced or the franchise had to be completely rebooted like Netflix is going to be doing this year,  and Cullen Bunn and the folks at dynamite hit the nail on the head in blending both the old with the new.

Voltron: From The Ashes takes place over 200 years after the Voltron defeats the Drule Empire. Haggar the Witch and her cat Coven have been drifting through the galaxy abandoned, asleep and defeated. She has nightmares about that day, but she is unaware of the outcome between her Robeasts and Voltron. The galaxy has been  in peace for two hundred years, Voltron’s original pilots Commander Keith, Lance, Pidge, Hunk and Princess Allura are long gone but are still flashed back to throughout the series. And the Monks of Arus are now training a new set of pilots to take over Voltron if and when he is needed again. These new pilots are Jayce, Vega, Kirin, Niki and Rei ( no not the same girl from Star Wars The Force Awakens her name is spelled Rey). Haggar is eventually found adrift by Gr’ Rawr and she quickly begins the process of creating new Rrobeasts for her new warlord. Shortly after, Haggar, Gr’ Rawr and his army along with Haggars Robeast attack a peaceful and unaware Planet Arus and has called upon the new Voltron Pilots. After a lengthy hard  fault battle, our fearless Pilots help Voltron defeat the Robeasts and Haggar once again

The plot it’s self was solid, it goes back and forth between the original Pilots and the new Cadets/Pilots. Jayce reminds me a lot of Lance. Lance always seem to go to the beat of his own drum, had a hard time following rules, but when it cam to crunch time he was always there to be a good teammate. Also what is unique to Voltron is not one, but two strong female leads, which is a bit of fresh air and I think this could help Voltron get more females interested in Voltron, just as Star Wars did with Rae and so far it has worked. What’s nice with the new Pilots is the creators didn’t do what a lot of franchises did is they take a new group of people and make them exactly like to predecessors like what Ghostbusters is doing with the new movie with the all female cast, you know who which characters resemble the older cast without even seeing a trailer yet for the movie.

The new villain in this series is weak, Gr’ Rawr is not anywhere near a King Zarkon or Prince Lotor or even Emperor Zeppo of the Drule Empire. His name sounds more like a Klingon, than a fearless warlord of the galaxy. I feel like Cullen Bunn spent more time trying to introduce us to the new Voltron Pilots, than he did trying to build up the new enemies besides Haggar. Haggar needs no build up as she has been with Voltron from the very beginning and we know how she ticks. The series would be much better story wise if they delved more into Voltron’s new found enemy. Overall as big fan of Voltron I am stille very satisfied with the direction of the story to this point and I look forward to reading the rest of the comics.

The artwork for this series is amazing, it is reminiscent of the cartoon I grew up loving and I am very greatful for that and I think readers who also loved Voltron growing up will also be grateful too. The cover art done by Alex Milne is iconic and does a great job of depicting Voltron as being bruised and battered but not out. The artwork inside done by Blacky Shepherd is flat out amazing. It pops, its colorful. He does a great job making the Castle of Lions more modern as it should be since years has passed by and things have changed for the better.

Story: Cullen Bunn Art: Blacky Shepherd
Story: 7.5 Art: 10 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Read

Dynamite Entertainment provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Kickstarter Spotlight: Ezarieth World Heroes

Ezarieth_Cover-completed_7by Rod Rodolfo

Why do we read Comics? Because of what the Symbols Represent!

Ezarieth Represents Integrity!! Every Little Action Matters!!!

Our dream is to bring a brand new Universe to life that could help people to connect to the present moment and act upon it in a positive way!

We believe that trough the most simple everyday activities we can make the difference!!

We also believe in The Power of Magic! and that it can inspire people to create a better world!! We believe that our intentions, words and actions affects the world we live in!!

To prevent the collapse of the two worlds, a time-travel event brings to earth a young girl that holds the secret of human salvation: EVERY LITTLE ACTION MATTERS!!

If you fell you can make the difference in the real world, this project is for you!! BE A HERO YOURSELF – EVERY LITTLE ACTION MATTERS!!!!

EWH – Ezarieth World Heroes is a brand new universe mixing Fantasy and Superheroes, full of adventure and excitement!!!

A eight year effort collecting characters that range from fantasy to mystery and more!
Our stories take you to the world as it was, steeped in magic and fantastic creatures, and the first hero of the age, who’s descendants continue his example over the seven ages of the world. Romantic tales of destined lovers or slayers of monsters bent on consuming all before them, the world of Ezarieth offers readers an eclectic selection of what comic books have to offer. In the fantastic primitive past, or the technology consumed future, it’s a variety of entertainment for readers looking for something more, something lasting, an escape that resonates with the reasons we read comics in the first place. We want you to join us on our journey and make a difference on the real world!!! Help us bring the World of Ezarieth to Life!! Remember: Every Little Action Matters!!! and your help makes the difference!!!

Long before there was Earth, there was Ezarieth, the world that will one day become the one that we know. A time before recorded history, where men strove against fate, and gods sired legends. From the greatest warrior of ages past came a line of kings, slayers, and heroes, each who would play a part in staving off the impending doom of the Earth, and one who would actually save it. Canther II is the progenitor of a long line of heroes, and as the Age of Fantasy gave way to the Age of the Sea, Bronze, Heroes, Monsters, and Nations, in each age, the progeny of Canther II have proven instrumental to the solidity of the age, and the safety of the time.

This Kickstarter Campaign is for the very first issue of Ezarieth World Heroes: AMERICA – Every Little Action Matters.

This story tells the dramatic dilemma of her father and how America was sent to save the world! America will be a 12 issue miniseries that will tell how America learned the most important lesson of her life and the secret to save human life.

Although this miniseries are independent from each other all are interconnected and a greater experience takes place when you read them all.

The dream is to start with America and move towards the others to get them all funded here at Kickstarter. So, if you are interested in this Brand new Universe, Kickstarter is the place to get it first!!

We believe that trough the most simple everyday activities we can make the difference to create a better world!!

“ It was on this filthy place that my father thought me the most important lesson of my life: EVERY LITTLE ACTION MATTERS!!”

Every Little Action Matters, is a simple but strong “way of life”!!

What we are offering on this campaign:
1- 31 pgs Comic book. America’s 1st issue.
2- Remembering Card Game.
3- Art & Writing Tutorials.
4- Commissions by Super Star Artists

Please help us funding this project and bringing to life all these amazing characters!!! and remember: EVERY LITTLE HELP MATTERS!!!

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