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Sell-Outs and New Printing Roundup

Black Mask Studios

Space Riders #1 has sold out at the distributor level and is now going to reprint. The first issue by writer Fabian Rangel Jr. and artist Alexis Ziritt will see a second printing with a new cover by Ralph Niese. The comic will hit shelves on May 13, the same day as the second issue.

SPACE RIDERS #1 (2nd Printing)Oni Press

Rick and Morty #1 has sold out and is getting a second printing. The comic is getting a second print and arrive in stores on May 13, the same day as the second issue. The series is written by Zac Forman, with art by CJ Cannon, colored by Ryan Hill, and extra mini strips from Marc Ellerby.

rick and morty #1


Valiant has announced that the demand was so high, the third printing of Divinity #1 has been allocated and a fourth printing is coming. The third printing arrives in stores in April 22. That’s the same day as Divinity #3.

Divinity #2 has also sold out at the distributor level, and will come back with a new printing on May 27, the same day as Divinity #4. On that day, the fourth printing of Divinity #1 will also be out.


Preview: The Life After #9

The Life After #9

Writer: Joshua Fialkov
Artist: Gabo

The Consultant brings Essie, Nettie, and the kid army into Hell to save Jude and Hemingway. However, the Consultant’s new love-and-flowers attitude melts quickly in the hellish heat, and Essie soon has a fight on her hands. It’s up to Ometochtli, the last of the Old Gods, to tip the scales in their favor… but they might also be tipping their hand.


Preview: Brides of Helheim #5

Brides of Helheim #5

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Joelle Jones with Nick Filardi

The battle between Sigrid and Rikard has ended in the most unexpected of ways. Now, the hunt for Raevil must begin, before the warlock unleashes a wave of terror that will make the Witch War look like a pleasant day in Valhalla!


Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Tithe01_CoverAWednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

We’re bringing back something we haven’t done for a while, what the team thinks. Our contributors are choosing up to five books each week and why they’re choosing the books.

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.


Top Pick: Nutmeg #1 (Action Lab Entertainment) – There’s been such a fresh amount of releases of comics that break the mold of the traditional comic recently. This new series is another example of that focusing on some high school girls and their revival. Yup, it’s that simple, yet so welcome.

Archie vs. Predator #1 (Archie) – The first issue is great, mixing in classic Predator moments with a style that’s all Archie. So subversive. So much fun.

Bloodshot Reborn #1 (Valiant) – The Valiant left a very different Bloodshot out there at the end. This series picks up from there with a new status-quo and one I’m fascinated to see.

The Fox #1 (Archie/Dark Circle) – Archie’s going dark and mature with their new line of superhero comics. So far so good, and this first issue has very lofty expectations from me.

Letter 44 #15 (Oni Press) – It’s been six months since the last issue, and all hell has broken loose.


Top Pick: The Tithe #1 (Image Comics) – Comics are all the much better when they mix interesting concepts with social commentary.  Such seems the case here with a group that robs from mega-churches and gives the money to the poor.

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad #2 (Marvel/Disney) – This is not just a Disney ride.  Instead it gives a different take on the Western genre, while staying true enough to the roots of the story.

Ms. Marvel #14 (Marvel) – Those getting caught up in the Batgirling of all comics forget that Marvel did it here first without the fanfare.  This standout series delivers more of what has given it such acclaim.

Thor #7 (Marvel) –  This “Love It or Hate It” title should just be just the former.  Since the introduction of the new Thor there has hardly been a misstep.

Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Wonderland #34 (Zenescope) – Erica J. Heflin’s run on Wonderland has been great so far, and this story arc promises more to come for Zenescope’s most complex superhero.

Preview: Scott Pilgrim Vol 6: Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour

Scott Pilgrim Vol 6: Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour

Writer: Bryan Lee O’Malley
Artist: Bryan Lee O’Malley with Nathan Fairbairn

The final color hardcover edition! In stores 4/22

Scott Pilgrim has faced down six of Ramona Flowers’s evil exes but now that the happy couple is no more, was it even worth it? And if Scott and Ramona aren’t together, then why do the ominous messages from Gideon Graves keep coming? This the end of the SCOTT PILGRIM saga like you’ve never seen it before–in a full glorious color hardcover edition with a bevy of extras. This is truly SCOTT PILGRIM’S FINEST HOUR.


Preview: The Sixth Gun: Dust to Dust #2

The Sixth Gun: Dust to Dust #2

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Tyler Crook with Bill Crabtree

Billjohn O’Henry’s quest to save the life of his daughter continues. There are powerful forces in the world… forces that could turn away the very hand of death. If Billjohn wishes to save the life of the person he holds most dear, he’ll need to seize those powers… such as the fabled Fourth Gun… for himself.


Preview: Letter 44 #15

Letter 44 #15

Writer: Charles Soule
Artist: Alberto Jiménez Alburquerque with Dan Jackson

World War Three. Nine months have passed since US President Stephen Blades revealed to the world the existence of an alien presence in the asteroid belt. The planet has erupted into chaos, with sweeping social, economic and military upheaval touching every corner of the globe.

Nine months have passed since the crew of the Clarke was abducted by the alien visitors and brought aboard their moon-sized space station, the Chandelier. They have been living there ever since, not allowed to leave or communicate with Earth – but enough is enough. The time has come for answers.


Preview: Ares & Aphrodite

Ares & Aphrodite

Writer: Jamie S. Rich
Artist: Megan Levens

Will Ares, a successful divorce lawyer, finds himself working alongside Gigi Averelle, a wedding planner, when their respective clients–movie producer Evans Beatty and Hollywood starlet Carrie Cartwright–plan to marry. As Beatty’s ex-wives come out of the woodwork to cause mayhem, Gigi and Will make a bet–Gigi agrees to go on a date with Will if Evans and Carrie really do go through with the wedding. Should they break up, however, Will must reveal, in a full-page newspaper ad, how many marriages he’s ruined. Is Will a fool for love, or is this the start of a beautiful relationship?


Preview: Stumptown Vol. 3

Stumptown Vol. 3

Writer: Greg Rucka
Artist: Justin Greenwood with Ryan Hill

Greg Rucka’s fan-favorite P.I. is back on the case in this new hardcover! When one of investigator Dex Parios’s dearest friends is brutalized following a Portland Timbers match, Dex is determined to get to the bottom of the attack no matter who stands in her way! Join Eisner Award-winner Rucka and new series artist Justin Greenwood (Image Comics’ THE FUSE) as Dex kicks more than just soccer balls in her pursuit of the assailant.


Advance Preview: The Crogan Adventures: Catfoot’s Vengeance

The Crogan Adventures: Catfoot’s Vengeance

Writer / Artist: Chris Schweizer

In Stores 4/15

Chris Schweizer’s award-winning historical adventure series returns in this new FULL COLOR edition of Crogan’s Vengeance.

When “Catfoot” Crogan becomes the new favorite of an infamous pirate captain whose crew he was forced to join, he incurs the wrath of the murderous first mate D’or. Can Catfoot keep his new crewmates safe when D’or hatches a scheme that will bring the full might of every navy in the West Indies down on their heads?


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