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Preview: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #52

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #52

Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w) • Ken Garing (a & c)

A new faction within the Foot colludes against Splinter and the Turtles as they struggle to deal with new threats to New York City. And where’s Michelangelo?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Mini Reviews

Sometimes, the staff at Graphic Policy read more comics than we’re able to get reviewed. When that happens you’ll see a weekly feature compiling short reviews from the staff of the comics, or graphic novels, we just didn’t get a chance to write a full review for. These are Graphic Policy’s Mini Reviews.


Cage Hero #1 is a surprisingly enjoyable mix of superpowers and mixed martial artists. A fun comic that has an amusingly unique take on the superhero origin story (even if the high school setting is somewhat familiar). Overall: 7.5 Recommendation: Read.

One of the more interesting takes on the vigilante heroes lately has come in the form of The Black Hood. Issue #6 is a standalone tale that focuses on the title character’s battle with an addiction to prescription  pain killers while he continues to go beyond the law in administering justice. The art is crisp and the colours entice you into the brutally honest world within these pages. Overall: 8 Recommendation: Buy

Mono is a superbly envisioned collection about a secret agent with a prehensile tale that is, frankly, visually stunning. This was a collection that captivated me from start to finish with it’s mix of pulpy goodness and pseudo history, it was a joy to read. Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy


Art Ops #1 – A fascinating new Vertigo series I’m still trying to wrap my head around. It’s basic idea is that art is real, and there’s this agency that protects the beings within the pictures. At least that’s my understanding of it. It’s pretty out there. Not sure if I’m totally sold, but it’s absolutely original. Overall: 7.5 Recommendation: Read

ARTOPS-Cv1-96f41The Black Hood #6 – A one-shot that seems like it’ll lead into the next story arc. Howard Chaykin joins on art, and while I figured out the twist a bit before it was revealed, the comic is still really entertaining. If you’re looking for a comic about a cop/junkie/vigilante, then look no further! Overall: 8 Recommendation: Buy

Chew #51 – The series is coming to its finale and this is our first look after its major confrontation and battle. We get to see where some characters are in their lives and what the world is like. There’s still some big questions to be answered, but this comic continues the over the top humor that consistently gets me to laugh. Overall: 8 Recommendation: Read

The Hangman #1 – This first issue is fascinating. It doesn’t quite get us to what I think is where the series goes next, but we learn about the boogeyman that is the Hangman in the mob. The comic is absolutely adult, and really puts the “dark” in Dark Circle. It definitely piqued my interest. Overall: 7.5 Recommendation: Read

Revival #34 – What brought all the folks back to life? We still don’t know what’s behind Revivers, but this issue has some impressive revelations that started to make the puzzle clearer. It’s also a hell of a confrontation between Dana and her father. It’s an issue full of emotion and catharsis, a great jumping on point. Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy


The final issue of the A-Force miniseries was awesome. Ending it with an all-out war that showcased dozens of Marvel Comics ladies was a great decision, and makes me super excited for the full series to come out. The series itself wasn’t as strong in the middle as its beginning, but it ended with a great climax and I can’t wait to see more. Overall Score: 9 Recommendation: Buy

Ms. Marvel ended on a high note in time for the big company-wide relaunch initiative. With Kamala’s world ending we finally get some plot points wrapped up in really satisfying ways, and the story ends in a really optimistic and emotional that is totally worthy of the Miss Marvel name. This was probably the best “Last Days” story to come out of Secret Wars, and I love that it left us with both closure and a great setup for things to come. I can’t wait to see what happens with the relaunch. Overall: 10 Recommendation: Buy


Catwoman-45This has been a banner month for Catwoman, Constantine and Gotham Academy. Each has just printed it’s best issue yet. Each of these comics reaches a pinnacle of a completely compelling storyline here and delivers and delivers and delivers. These are among the best comics today. Buy. Buy. Buy.

Over the Garden Wall issues 1 and 2 are lovely contributions to the world of the animated show. I rewatched the cartoon after reading them and they fill in the blanks in the series so well that I would strongly suggest anyone who likes the cartoon pick up these comics immediately. They are charming and wistful like the series. They even contain a page of sheet music in the back! Overall: 9 Recommendation: Buy

Heathen from comixology submit: promising fantasy/folklore story from a promising new creative talent Natasha Alterici. Compelling queer female lead. Evocative painted art. You can shiver it it looks so cold. I hope she continues the series! I’ll give it an 8 if she can keep this up! Recommendation: Buy.

Revenger from comixology submit: this is an angry comic. The art evokes Benjamin Marra (his art is also angry). If you are in the mood for angry, revenge violence with a very raw nerve core then give this a go. It’s got that ugly but compelling look to the art. Badass black butch female lead who reminds me of a cross between Grace Jones and The Man with No Name. Feels pretty punk rock. Overall: 7.5 Recommendation: Buy

Concrete Park Volume 2 this is a radical scifi book with politics on it’s sleeve. Striking character design. Impeccable world building. Check out those maps! The world they invent is completely unique. An urban dystopia in space. Strong critique of the prison-industrial system and sexism. It deserves a full length review. This was the best thing I got at New York Comic Con. I love it so much! And I’ve only read the 2nd volume. Definitely going to buy the first one but I think it speaks to how well written the 2nd volume is that I was able to get totally involved in it without any of the earlier information. Overall: 9.5 Recommendation: Buy


Colder: Toss the Bones #2 continues its trend of being creepy as hell. Nimble Jack’s relentless tormenting of Declan plays on the idea of that feeling that someone is watching you. The story toys with that psychological idea to great effect. It is uncomfortable seeing Declan unknowingly having his life manipulated by Jack. Each of Jack’s action are so dark and uncomplicated by morality, that he has become a menacing figure who seems unstoppable at this point. This comic is still proving to be one of the best horror comics out and one that needs your attention. Overall: 9.5 Recommendation: Buy

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is moving in a completely new and exciting direction after the epic conclusion of TMNT #50. Issue #51 sets the stage for a Turtles’ arc as they try and navigate their new position as, well, I won’t spoil it for you. Find out for yourself and see the one of the most interesting premises for a Turtles story I’ve seen in a long time. Overall 8.5 Recommendation: Buy

Well, there you have it, folks. The reviews we didn’t quite get a chance to write.

Preview: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #51

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #51

Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w) • Ken Garing (a & c)

A new age begins for the TMNT. The epic events of TMNT #50 have created new opportunity… and dangers. Will the family stay united in the face of a devastating new foe?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

BlackMagick01_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: Book Of Death #4 (Valiant Entertainment) – This has been one of the most entertaining series I’ve read over the past few months, and this issue is somewhat bitter sweet; I don’t want it to end, but I really want to see how it ends… if you haven’t read this series, then grab the trade.

The Black Hood #6 (Dark Circle Comics) – A drug addicted cop and a brutal vigilante. The Black Hood is both of those, struggling to take the fight beyond the law as he battles his own demons. Duane Swierczynski has been praised for his portrayal of addiction with this series, and I can’t wait to find out why.



Top Pick: Howling Commandos of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 (Marvel) – One of the most intriguing All-New, All-Different Marvel releases, what’s drawing me is a group of of characters that make me smile (Hit-Monkey!) being written by Frank Barbiere with art by Brent Schoonover. Comics are supposed to be fun, and that’s exactly what this one seems like it’ll be to me.

Black Magick #1 (Image Comics) – Greg Rucka writing, Nicola Scott on art. Ruck doing a gothic-noir series with a female lead? Yeah, this is a no-brainer for me.

The Black Hood #6 (Dark Circle Comics) – This darker line of superhero comics from Archie have been knocking it out of the park. A dark noirish hero, this comic begins a new story arc. Every issue has been entertaining mixing a modern sensibility with its pulp roots.

Cyborg #4 (DC Comics) – One of DC’s best recent releases, each issue mixes superhero antics, but also has given me thought about the character of Cyborg himself and how reflects upon me and my life. Entertainment as a reflection of ourselves, a definite read.

Prez #5 (DC Comics) – I love my politics, and of course this is on my list. The satire series hits WAY too close to home, and the 2016 Presidential election doesn’t feel that far off from this political send-up set in the future.



Top Pick: Black Magick #1 (Image Comics) – The first ever “witch noir”! A new series from Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott. Both excel at writing and drawing (respectively), fascinating, believable female characters. This dream team is can’t miss and the genre sounds like fun.

Angela Queen of Hel #1 (Marvel) – Look at these beautiful queens! Look at the adorable queer women in flawlessly painted art by Stephanie Hans! The best new couple in Marvel is back in black. In hell.

Batgirl #45 (DC Comics) – Big Queer Wedding Issue! This is a comics first: an Asian-American bisexual trans woman marrying her redheaded activist fiancée. And Dick Grayson will show up. Get ready to throw rice and munch on popcorn at the same time.

Captain America: Sam Wilson #2 (Marvel) – Captain America has always been a progressive hero (listen to our podcast for more on that) and this new series has African-American war vet superhero Sam Wilson in the drivers seat making his own political statements. Good.

Cyborg #4 (DC Comics) – The surprise hit comic full of socially aware sci-fi. Can Vic make peace with the people who KILLED him? Why does society always expect black men to make piece with their oppressors? Also, the highly silver-age and adorable Metal Men showed up last issue.

Island #4 (Image Comics) – Out there art. Multiple Warheads. A new story about a city kid with wings that kinda made me cry.



Top Pick: Colder: Toss the Bones #2 (Dark Horse Comics) – I don’t like scary things but, this comic is so good I keep coming back to it. The psychological horror of Nimble Jack keeps has me peeking through my blanket to see what he’s going to do next. If you like horror, this is one of the better comics out today.

Justice League: Darkseid War Batman #1 (DC Comics) – I’m not normally a fan of spin-offs for large crossover events like the Darkseid War. But, I’ve enjoyed the main series a lot and Batman as the god of knowledge is a concept I am really excited to see fully play out.

Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1 (Marvel) – There is no real logic behind why I am excited for the new Squirrel Girl comic. It could be it’s very self aware cover claiming this is only it’s second #1 so far this year (well played Marvel), or it could be that I am excited to take a flyer on a quirky and fun looking new story. Sometimes, the latter is all you need.


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Top Pick: Justice League: Darkseid War Batman #1 (DC Comics) – The true itteration of the almighty Bat-God is here. I couldn’t be more pumped for this. An all knowing and stubborn Batman on Metron’s chair. I think I just squeaked. Hopefully we get good use of the ultimate knowledge and maybe even the Joker’s real name. Just coolness x2.

Batman and Robin Eternal #4 (DC Comics) – Hoping this is the week we get an answer to that cliffhanger bomb from issue #1. At the very least I want to see bearded Bruce Wayne kick some ass. I know it’s going to be a slow burn for this epic but I want some good stuff on the plate now.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #51 (IDW Publishing) – New era. New Direction. What awaits our half-shelled heroes going forward? Well I can’t wait to find out. Gonna read this one with a hot pie!



IDW Publishing in January 2016

Jem and the Holograms #11: Dark Jem Part 1

Kelly Thompson (w) • Sophie Campbell x 5 (a & c)

Something is wrong with SYNERGY! As JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS first tour begins, something—or someone—called SILICA is after them… but who, or what, is she? Meanwhile, THE MISFITS need to replace their lead singer fast—and maybe even… permanently?!?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Jem and the Holograms #11: Dark Jem Part 1Subscription Variant

Kelly Thompson (w) • Sophie Campbell (a) • Jen Bartel (c)

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Jem and the Holograms #11: Dark Jem Part 1 Complete Metallic Foil Box Set

Kelly Thompson (w) • Sophie Campbell (a) • Campbell x 5 (c)

Want to collect all the covers, but don’t have the time to chase them down? Buy the entire set, which comes in a deluxe black metallic foil collectible box! Includes all five covers from Sophie Campbell!

FC • 32 x 5 pages • $24.99

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Jem and the Holograms Covers Treasury Edition

Sophie Campbell, Sara Richard, Jen Bartel, and many, many more! (a & c)

GLAMOUR AND GLITTER, FASHION AND FAME, AND COVERS COVERS COVERS!!! Since the JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS comic debuted, we’ve had a special cover or two. Now—cover, free from logos and type, at giant size, under one set of covers!

FC • 64 pages • $9.99


The Avengers: George Pérez Marvel Artist Select Series

Kurt Busiek (w) • George Pérez (a & c)

The next installment of the smash-hit Marvel Artist Select Series is here! Each deluxe hardcover in this series features a collection of issues never-before released together. This oversized, limited-edition hardcover celebrates the legendary George Pérez’s time on The Avengers with a hand-curated selection of Pérez’s favorite issues chosen by the artist himself. Each copy of this 999-copy limited-edition hardcover is slip-cased, hand-numbered, and signed.

HC • FC • $65.00 net discount item • 384 pages • 9” x 13”• UPC: 827714009859


The Best of DC War Artist’s Edition HC

Robert Kanigher, various (w) • Russ Heath, Jack Kirby, Joe Kubert, John Severin & Alex Toth (a) • Joe Kubert (c)

DC Comics produced some of the very finest war comics ever, and by some of the best artists in the field. This spectacular Artist’s Edition will include an amazing selection of stories by the best of the best: Heath, Kirby, Kubert, Severin, and Toth—a veritable pantheon of classic war artists doing what they do best. As with all Artist’s Editions, these complete stories are scanned from the original art work and reproduced to the exacting standards that has garnered IDW five consecutive Eisner Awards for the Artist’s Edition series. If you are a fan of Classic DC war comics you cannot afford to miss this incredible book!

HC • BW • $75.00 net discount item • 160 Pages • 12” x 17” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-547-1


Gutter Magic #1 (of 4)

Rick Douek (w) • Brett Barkley (a & c)

Cinder Byrnes has been trying to lie, cheat, and steal his way into wizardry his entire life, and he’s finally got the key to unlocking the power of magic. But first, he needs to stay one step ahead of the sorcerous crime lord that wants him dead. Writer Rich Douek and Artist Brett Barkley present an action-packed urban fantasy tale, set in a modern New York City where World War II was fought with magic.

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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Rick Douek (w) • Brett Barkley (a) • Gabriel Iumazark (c)

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Amazing Forest #1

Ulises Farinas & Erick Freitas (w) • Julien Dufour, Matt Rota, Melody Often, Yumi Sakugawa (a) • Ulises Farinas (c)

Tales for the bold. Ideas for the strange. Wicked concepts that stir the minds of those with darkness in their hearts. A modern anthology that lends itself to a time when stories were short and ugly. Written by Ulises Farinas & Erick Freitas, each comic is drawn by a different amazingly talented artist, each lending their unique talents to bring horrible happiness to the readers’ skulls!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Amazing Forest #1—Subscription Variant

Ulises Farinas & Erick Freitas (w) • Julien Dufour, Matt Rota, Melody Often, Yumi Sakugawa (a) • Paul Chadwick (c)

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Victorie City #1 (of 4)

Keith Carmack (w) • Vincent Nappi (a) • Ben Templesmith (c)

An all-new four-issue series in the vein of Se7en, writer Keith Carmack and artist Vincent Nappi mix thriller, mystery, and noir elements with a touch of horror in Victorie City. A young woman has gone missing, unidentifiable bodies are piling up at the morgue, and a lone wolf detective is about to stumble across an evil that no one in Victorie City is prepared for. Can the good in Detective Ness overcome a killer whose vicious acts grow to supernatural proportions?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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Keith Carmack (w) • Vincent Nappi (a & c)

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Luna the Vampire #1

Yasmin Sheikh (w) • Yasmin Sheikh (a & c)

HOLY SPACE BLAST! Ever wonder how it would be if outer space was populated by monsters? Or what it would be like to have a green ugly witch as your best friend? Then look no further! Welcome to the AMAZING everyday life of Luna the vampire. (Zombie postman and crappy job included.)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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Yasmin Sheikh (w) • Yasmin Sheikh (a) • Amy Mebberson (c)

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G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero #223: COBRA WORLD ORDER Part 5

Larry Hama (w) • S L Gallant (a) • Stephen Mooney (c)

The Sleepers Awaken! COBRA’s covert agents, situated all over the world, activate and prepare to bring about the Cobra World Order. G.I. JOE scrambles to take them down—but it may just be too late!

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Larry Hama (w) • S L Gallant (a) • Adam Riches (c)

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G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero #224: COBRA WORLD ORDER Part 6

Larry Hama (w) • S L Gallant (a) • Stephen Mooney (c)

Snake in the Grass! Just when G.I. JOE thinks its safe, COBRA reveals another layer to the Cobra World Order, as a close ally is revealed as a traitor. Can G.I. JOE survive this betrayal?

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Larry Hama (w) • S L Gallant (a) • Adam Riches (c)

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Classic G.I. JOE, Vol. 17

Larry Hama (w) • S L Gallant, Ron Wagner (a) • Chris Madden (c)

Larry Hama picks up the original storyline from G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero. Iceberg and his team are sent to the North Polar Icecap while Mainframe and Joe Colton battle against Firefly and Crystal Ball. Also, Flint, Lady Jaye, and Heavy Duty face an elusive and long-thought dead foe. Collects issues #166–175.

TPB • FC • $29.99 • 244 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-506-8


Ghostbusters International #1

Erik Burnham (w) • Dan Schoening (a & c)

There’s something strange in the neighborhood… and whether that neighborhood is in New York City or Venice, Italy, the Ghostbusters will be there! After a bust at the United Nations, the boys in gray are engaged to investigate an Old World haunting, where they begin to unravel a mystery that sends them around the globe (while still trying to keep their contract with the City, County, and State of New York!). Join us for the next chapter in Ghostbusters history — because you demanded it: GHOSTBUSTERS INTERNATIONAL!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Ghostbusters International #1—Subscription Variant

Erik Burnham (w) • Dan Schoening (a) • Corin Howell (c)

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Offered Again!

Ghostbusters: Mass Hysteria HC • FC • $49.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-336-1
Ghostbusters: Total Containment HC • FC • $49.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-919-4
Ghostbusters Omnibus, Vol. 1 • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-441-0
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 1 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-157-0
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 2 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-279-9
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 3 • FC • $19.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-512-7
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 4 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-583-7
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 5 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-678-0
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 6 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-828-9
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 7 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-932-3
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 8 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-079-7
Ghostbusters Ongoing, Vol. 9 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-171-8

Star Trek #53—Five-Year Mission

Mike Johnson (w) • Tony Shasteen (a & c)

An all-new adventure begins as Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise face off with a renegade faction of Orions intent on disrupting the truce between their species and the Federation! Don’t miss the latest chapter in the Ongoing Mission as we approach the release of the next blockbuster movie!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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Mike Johnson (w) • Tony Shasteen (a) • Cat Staggs (c)

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Star Trek, Vol. 11

Mike Johnson, Scott Tipton, David Tipton (w) • Rachael Stott, Toney Shasteen, The Sharp Bros. (a) • Joe Corroney (c)

The U.S.S. Enterprise is on a Five Year Mission of discovery into uncharted space. Volume 11 contains the stories “The Tholian Web” and “Deity,” from issues #46–49 of the ongoing series and the one-shot Special “Flesh and Stone.”

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 120 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-521-1


Star Trek New Visions: Mister Chekov

John Byrne (w, photo-manipulation)

You met him as the navigator on the Bridge, but what roles did Pavel Chekov play aboard the ENTERPRISE before his promotion to the starboard seat? Find out as we go below decks for “Ensign Chekov,” heading your way in January, 2016.

FC • 48 pages • $7.99


Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #2 (of 5)

Mike Johnson and Ryan Parrott (w) • Derek Charm (a & c)

Don’t miss the latest chapter of the blockbuster mini-series that introduces a brave new cast of cadets to Star Trek lore! What is the mystery at the heart of Starfleet that connects this new crew to Kirk, Spock and rest of the iconic cast? The answers are inside, in this all-new adventure set in the new film universe!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Amazing Adventures #6

Peter DiCicco, Fabian Rangel (w) • Chad Thomas, Billy Martin (a) Jon Sommariva (c)

“Teatime for a Turtle” part 2! Leo is stuck with an adorable kid as Tiger Claw attacks his brothers! Will Leo’s lessons in patience and pose come in handy… or be a total waste?!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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Peter DiCicco, Fabian Rangel (w) • Chad Thomas, Billy Martin (a) Billy Martin (c)

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TMNT Color Classics, Vol. 3 #13

Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird, Jim Lawson (w) • Lawson (a) • A.C. Farley (c)

“City at War, Part 11!” The TMNT and Karai engage in a bloody battle against a dangerous group of Foot Elite Ninja, who are bent on avenging their dead Master Shredder!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 13: Vengeance, Part 2

Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz (w) • Mateus Santolouco, Cory Smith (a) • Mateus Santolouco (c)

The Turtles take the fight to Baxter Stockman, while Karai decrees a “Gauntlet” battle between ancient foes Splinter and Shredder all leading to a final showdown that will determine the fate of NYC, and the world, for years to come! Collects issues #48–50.

TPB • FC • $17.99 • 104 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-523-5


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TMNT, Vol. 12: Vengeance, Part 1 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-450-4

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #54

Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w) • Michael Dialynas (a & c)

Michelangelo vs. Hun! Startling revelations will have lasting effects on the Mutanimals and Mikey’s path. What side will Hob take in coming conflict?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w) • Michael Dialynas (a) • Kevin Eastman (c)

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Kevin Eastman Notebook Series: 2014 Annual

Kevin Eastman (a & c)

TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman has been making comics for 30 years—and across three decades he’s amassed mountains of developmental character sketches, script notes, page roughs, and even alternate pages. Along the way he’s created one-of-a-kind notebooks filled with the detritus of his process, entirely unique collections exploring the inner workings of his creative methods. But now these unattainable treasures are ready for fans far and wide, tirelessly reproduced from the original notebooks, and curated by the foremost TMNT authority in the world!

HC • PC • $24.99 • 64 pages • 10” x 13” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-522-8


The X-Files: Season 11 #6

Joe Harris (w) • Matthew Dow Smith (a) • menton3 (c)

“Endgame,” Part 1 (of 3): Gibson Praise sees his master plan close to becoming reality. Will Mulder and Scully be able to stop him? Will they really want to? Find out in the stunning finale of Season 11, which starts here!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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Joe Harris (w) • Matthew Dow Smith (a) • photo (c)

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The X-Files: Season 11 #6—Mystery Paperback Variant

Joe Harris (w) • Matthew Dow Smith (a) • Robert Hack (c)

A variant cover from Robert Hack imagining Mulder and Scully during the height of detective fiction!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Offered Again! Remember, The X-Files is back on the air this January!

X-Files Classics HC, Vol. 1 • FC • $29.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-663-6
X-Files Classics HC, Vol. 2 • FC • $29.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-718-3
X-Files Classics HC, Vol., Vol. 3 • FC • $29.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-859-3
X-Files Classics HC, Vol. Vol. 4 • FC • $29.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-988-0
X-Files Classics HC: Season One Vol.. 1 • FC • $29.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-115-2
X-Files Classics HC: Season One Vol. 2 • FC • $29.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-277-7
X-Files: Conspiracy HC • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-896-8
X-Files: Season 10 HC, Vol. 1 • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-751-0
X-Files: Season 10 HC, Vol. 2 • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-944-6
X-Files: Season 10 HC, Vol. 3 • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-165-7
X-Files: Season 10 HC, Vol. 4 • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-286-9
X-Files: Trust No One Prose Collection • FC • $19.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-278-4
X-Files: Year Zero TPB • FC • $19.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-236-4

Transformers #49

John Barber (w) • Andrew Griffith (a & c)

CONQUERORS: CONCLUSION! The most dramatic action ever taken by an AUTOBOT sets the stage for next month’s mammoth issue 50. Earth and CYBERTRON. OPTIMUS PRIME and GALVATRON. SOUNDWAVE and COSMOS. It all comes together at four billion miles an hour.

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Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #49

James Roberts (w) • Hayato Sakamoto (a) • Alex Milne (c)

SHUTDOWN! A vengeful god stalks the corridors of the Lost Light, murdering everyone who makes eye contact. The crew must answer two questions: Why have they been singled out for punishment? And how do you stop someone who can kill you just by thinking about it?

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Transformers: Sins of the Wreckers #3 (of 5)

Nick Roche (w & a & c)

SECRETS AND SINS! PROWL’s past—shrouded in mystery—begins to come to light… and the revelations aren’t pretty. But to get ahold of the missing AUTOBOT, the WRECKERS will have to face… the NOISEMAZE.

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The Rocketeer At War! #2 (of 4)

Marc Guggenheim (w) • Dave Bullock (a & c)

Don’t miss the next thrilling chapter of The Rocketeer by superstars Marc Guggenheim and Dave Bullock! The Rocketeer takes to the skies in the thrilling days of World War II!!!  What is Project Bedlam and does Cliff Secord stand a chance of stopping the Nazis’ plans for world domination?

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Back to the Future #4 (of 5)

Bob Gale, John Barber, Erik Burnham (w) • Ryan Browne, Erik Evensen (a) • Dan Schoening (c)

OUT OF TIME! Marty’s been Doc Brown’s assistant for a couple years now—but that doesn’t mean Doc shares his secrets. Clandestine dealings with Libyans and a mysterious stainless-steel car are bad enough… but what else is Doc keeping to himself? Plus, Doc may not have been the first person to visit the past, but he made up for it by being the very first to visit… the future.

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Judge Dredd #2

Ulises Fariñas & Erick Freitas (w) • Dan McDaid (a) • Fariñas (c)

Mega-City Zero, Part 2! As Dredd continues to unravel the mystery of what has become of Mega-City One, he encounters a community devoid of law and order in a story that could only be called “Flame Wars!”

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Orphan Black: Helsinki #3 (of 5)

Graeme Manson, John Fawcett, Heli Kennedy & Denton J. Tipton (w) • Alan Quah (a) • Corbyn Kern (c)

Helsinki. Spoken in hushed tones, the word means almost certain death for the clones of Project Leda. But find out here what it means to a very special clone named Veera. Learn the dark secrets of this codename in this special event miniseries by co-creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson.

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Angry Birds Comics #1

Kari Korhonen & Various (w) • César Ferioli (a) • Ciro Cangiolosi (c)

Angry Birds Comics returns! Just when you thought the winter doldrums were about to get you down comes a ray of comic book happiness in the form of the classic ANGRY BIRDS COMICS relaunch! Huzzah!

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Skylanders: Superchargers #4

Ron Marz, David A. Rodriguez (w) • Jack Lawrence (a) • Fico Ossio (c)

THE RACE IS ON as undead driver (and mariachi musician) Fiesta roars into the spotlight! It’s definitely going to be “Party Time” when Fiesta and his Crypt Crusher take on a robot army bent on destruction of the Skylands. Skull-face musical mayhem ensues!

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Ron Marz, David A. Rodriguez (w) • Jack Lawrence (a) • Craig Bruyn (c)

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Skylanders: Light In The Dark

Ron Marz & David A. Rodriguez (w) • Fico Ossio, David Baldeon, Jack Lawrence (a) • Fico Ossio (c)

New forces have come to Skylands in the Light and Dark elements and the evil candy king, Pain-Yatta, may have found a way to harness those forces for his own, evil deeds. Can Knight Light, Gear Shift, and their friends ban together in time to stop the avalanche of candy from crushing all of Skylands? Also included in this volume is “Graduation Day” featuring all your favorite Skylanders Minis!

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My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #38

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

“Don’t You Forget About Us” part 1! The Cutiemark Crusaders hit the great outdoors with their class! When a small group becomes stranded in the wilderness it will take ingenuity and teamwork to make it back to safety!

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My Little Pony: Friends Forever #24

Georgia Ball (w) • Jay Fosgitt (a) • Amy Mebberson (c)

Rarity has found a very difficult client in the form of Gilda the Griffon! Gilda demands the perfect uniform for a new sports team in Griffinstone. Rarity travels to the desolate kingdom and realizes there is more than fashion to be accomplished in the home of the Griffons!

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My Little Pony: Equestria Girls

Ted Anderson, Katie Cook (w) • Tony Fleecs, Andy Price (a) • Tony Fleecs (c)

Based on the hit movie, join the girls as they get settled into Canterlot High. Plus, Sunset Shimmer tries to find the true meaning of the holidays as rumors circulate around the school. Collects the 2013 Annual and the 2014 Holiday Special.

TPB • FC • $17.99 • 104 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-515-0


Walt Disney’s Donald Duck: The Sunday Newspaper Comics, Vol. 1

Bob Karp (w) • Al Taliaferro (a & c)

From the Disney Vaults—the original Donald Duck color Sunday comics collected in a book series for the very first time! After a try-out as part of the Silly Symphonies series, Donald was given his own Sunday comics page in late 1939 and it became an instant hit. This premiere volume includes more than three full years of rare Sunday comics, from the first strip on December 10, 1939 through the end of 1942. Drawn by Al Taliaferro and written by Bob Karp, the comics are reproduced from pristine original material in the Disney Vaults!

HC • FC • $49.99 • 168 pages • 11” x 8.5”• ISBN: 978-1-63140-530-3


Donald Duck #9

Luciano Bottaro, Joe Torcivia (w) • Luciano Bottaro (a) • Stefano Turconi (c)

“Tycoonraker!” Mad Dr. Zantaf wants to zap Scrooge McDuck with his terrifying generosity ray! Will Donald foil the evil plan—or greedily join in?

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Mickey Mouse #8

Romano Scarpa, Jonathan Gray (w) • Romano Scarpa (a) • Kari Korhonen (c)

“The Chirikawa Necklace,” Part 1 of 2! Why is Mickey suffering numbing nervous breakdowns? Is a strange piece of jewelry responsible? And could Pegleg Pete be behind it all?

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Mickey Mouse: Gift of the Sun Lord

Andrea “Casty” Castellan, Jonathan Gray, Bill Wright, Joe Torcivia (w) • Giorgio Cavazzano, Jonathan Gray (a) • Andrea “Casty” Castellan (c)

“Omigosh!” Mickey, Goofy, and Eurasia Toft jump from one epic quest to another—battling ghastly ghosts, putrid Pete, and an awesome planet-size parasite! Follow the thrills and laughs in “Gift of the Sun Lord,” “Ghost of Man-Eater Mountain,” “Plan Dine From Outer Space,” and more!

TPB • FC • $12.99 • 116 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-514-3


Uncle Scrooge #10

Abramo and Giampaolo Barosso (w) • Romano Scarpa, Rodolfo Cimino (a) • Dave Alvarez (c)

Ever wonder why Scrooge stays a bachelor? In “The Eternal Knot,” it’s all about a decades-old gold miners’ bet—until McDuck meets Gladys Dukehart, a mystery heiress whom it seems he can’t refuse!

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Walt Disney’s Comics & Stories #727

Bruno Sarda, Jonathan Gray (w) • Franco Valussi, Tony Strobl (a) • Andrea Freccero (c)

Goofy never knew he had an evil twin… till he and Mickey face death by demonic double in “The Search for the Zodiac Stone: Chapter 7!” Then Donald Duck and Ludwig Von Drake solve “The Planet X Mystery”—but soon wish they hadn’t!

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The Eighth Seal #2 (of 5)

James Tynion IV (w) • Jeremy Rock (a) • Ming Doyle (c)

A horrific conspiracy has lurked at the back of American government for hundreds of years, and it seems First Lady Amelia Cole is caught in the conspirators’ machinations. What do her visions have to do with the terrifying secret of the Eighth Seal?

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Insufferable, Vol. 1

Mark Waid (w) • Peter Krause (a & c)

What happens when your crime-fighting sidekick grows up to be an arrogant, ungrateful douchebag who makes Kanye look humble? Worse, what on Earth could force the two of you together for one last case? Nocturnus and his former protege, Galahad, will find out—if they don’t kill one another first. Collects issues #1–6.

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 120 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-511-2


The October Faction #12

Steve Niles (w) • Damien Worm (a & c)

This is where all of Geoff and Vivian’s training finally pays off as they battle the zombified hordes of Gristlewood in order to save their father and foil Merle Cope’s plans to destroy the Allan family.

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The Maxx: Maxximized #27

Sam Kieth (w & a & c)

Julia reveals the sacrifices she had to make to Maxx in order to convince Iago the Slug of her supposed demise. Meanwhile, Mr. Gone wraps up his origin story!

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The Maxx: Maxximized, Vol. 5

Sam Kieth, William Messner-Loebs (w) • Sam Kieth (a & c)

Volume 5 continues the re-presentation of Sam Kieth’s and William Messner-Loeb’s legendary series, The Maxx, with all new colors by Ronda Pattison. Collects issues #19–24 in this oversized hardcover.

HC • FC • $24.99 • 132 pages • 7” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-513-6


Danger Girl: Renegade #4 (of 4)

Andy Hartnell (w) • Stephen Molnar (a) • J. Scott Campbell (c)

No hyperbole—this issue is chalk full of thrills and surprises! Abbey Chase is confronted with SEVERAL shocking revelations as people from her past return, some recent, others from long ago… and be prepared for a stunning—and unexpected—conclusion!

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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.

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Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms Omnibus

Ed Greenwood, R.A. Salvatore, Geno Salvatore (w) • Lee Ferguson, David Baldeon, Agustin Padilla (a) • Tyler Walpole (c)

Collects three adventures in one omnibus! Forgotten Realms brings you the adventures of an unlikely band of heroes in the fabled port city of Waterdeep. Cutter traces the path of two half-drow siblings locked in competition for the ownership of their father’s mighty sword. And in Neverwinter Tales, Drizzt and his companion Dahlia hunt form something that seems part vampire and part elite dwarven warrior.

TPB • FC • $24.99 • 348 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-464-1


Garbage Pail Kids

James Kochalka, Roger Langridge, Shannon Wheeler, Bill Wray, Dean Haspiel, Peter Bagge, Bob Fingerman, and many more (w & a) • Mark Pingitore (c)

Remember mullets and teased bangs? Stonewashed denim jackets and jeans? Well, not everything about the ‘80s was lame, because that’s when the Garbage Pail Kids ruled the world! Those irreverent, satirical stickers quickly became a pop-culture phenomenon, but they never had their own comic book… until now! In the spirit of the avant-garde cartoonists and humorists who fathered these miscreants, a new generation of alternative-comics creators has lent their unique talents to bring the Garbage Pail Kids into the wacky world of comics. Collects all five one-shots.

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 120 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-510-5


Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire #5 (of 5)

Brian Clevenger (w) • Scott Wegener (a & c)

Atomic Robo is back. Action Scientists are in force. The world is saved. Everything returns to normal. AND SCENE!

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Chris Ryall (w) • Gabriel Rodriguez (a & c)

From deepest space comes the cyborg warrior Onyx… but has she come to Earth in its time of dire need to save it or to end it? A star-born knight for a new generation takes flight here!

TPB • FC • $17.99 • 112 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-516-7


Zombies vs Robots, Vol. 2: War! ‘Bots!

Chris Ryall, Lucy Ryall (w) • Paul Davidson, Ashley Wood, Antonio Fuso, James McDonald, Valentin Ramon, James Kochalka, Nico Peña (a) • Antonio Fuso (c)

In this second collection of the ongoing Zombies vs Robots, co-creator Chris Ryall is joined by artists Paul Davidson (Judge Dredd) and Antonio Fuso (Drive) in this latest ZvR collection in stories that expand the battle from the Earth to the moon and back. Also featuring Ryall and Ashley Wood’s “Tales of ZvR” strips, a bonus story by Lucy Ryall and Nico Peña, a prose story by Nancy Collins, and a complete cover gallery. Collects issues #7–10.

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 120 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-524-2


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The Shrinking Man

Ted Adams (w) • Mark Torres (a & c)

Richard Matheson’s exploration of shrinking manhood is brought to vivid life in this comic-book adaptation! Scott Carey, reducing 1/7” per day, faces tensions big and small as his body continues to shrink away. Also includes an introduction by Peter Straub and an afterword by David Morrell.

TPB • FC • $17.99 • 104 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-519-8


Dirk Gently: The Interconnectedness of All Kings

Chris Ryall (w) • Tony Akins, Ilias Kyriazis (a) • Tony Akins (c)

After writing all the many and conflicting versions of the legendary Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, beloved author Douglas Adams created Dirk Gently: a detective with a belief in the fundamental interconnectedness of all things, a unique relationship with the laws of probability and physics, and a love of cats and pizza.

In his first-ever comic series, Dirk has been forced to leave his beloved England behind, coming to the too-sunny, too-cheery, and altogether too-bizaarre-even-for-Dirk city of San Diego, California, where he gets embroiled in three separate (or are they?) cases involving reincarnated Egyptians, golden cell phones, and copycat killers. All this in a new town seemingly incapable of making even a single proper cup of tea.

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 120 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-508-2


Comic Book Apocalypse: The Graphic World of Jack Kirby

Jack Kirby (a & c)

A catalog companion to the exhibition Comic Book Apocalypse at California State University, Northridge, Fall 2015. Featuring scholarly essays on the brilliance and diversity Jack Kirby brought to his work, as well as a rare opportunity to view an amazing selection of the Kirby art that was displayed at the exhibition. Essayists include Glen Alan Gold, Diana Schutz, Howard Chaykin, Carla Speed McNeil and others.

SC • PC • $39.99 • 168 pages • 8” x 12” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-542-6


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Corto Maltese: Celtic Tales

Hugo Pratt (w & a & c)

Nominated for both the Eisner and Harvey Awards for Best Foreign Language Publication!

In this third volume in the definitive English language edition of Hugo Pratt’s masterpiece, the action moves from South America to Europe against the backdrop of the First World War. In these six stories Pratt further explores such complicated themes as patriotism and greed, revolution and opportunism, and betrayal and seduction.

Events take Corto from a small island in the Venetian lagoon, where he comes face to face with a beautiful blonde spy, to Stonehenge and an adventure with Merlin, Morgana, and Puck. Along the way he meets Ernest Hemingway and future billionaire Aristotle Onassis, Irish revolutionary Banshee O’Danann, the legendary Red Baron, and an intense cast of characters who weave in and out of a series of labyrinthine plots and counter-plots.

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Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays, Vol. 2: 1953 – 1956

Alvin Schwartz (w) • Wayne Boring (a) • Peter Poplaski (c)

More than 170 never-before-reprinted Superman Sundays from the 1950s. This second book in the Atomic Age Sundays features every Superman weekly strip from March 22, 1953 through June 24, 1956. In these tales, Superman encounters two escaped criminals from Krypton; challenges Lois to discover his secret identity in three different periods in history; battles the mysterious Prankster; meets the legendary Hercules; mixes it up with the Phantom Thief, a crook whom radiation turns invisible; encounters a flying horse named Comet (no, not the one belonging to Supergirl!); and is super-confused when he suffers from super-amnesia!

HC • FC • $49.99 • 180 pages • 9.25” x 12” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-537-2


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Ludovic Debeurme (w & a & c)

French graphic novelist Ludovic Debeurme returns with a devastating sequel to his prize-winning graphic novel Lucille. While Lucille moves back in with her overbearing mother and Arthur serves time in prison for murder, new character Renée becomes obsessed with a married jazz musician twice her age. Debeurme’s haunting border-less panels follow these three lovers between dreams and reality, twining their stories together into a poignant and universal search for love.

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Strong Female Protagonist NEW PRINTING • BW • $19.95 • ISBN: 978-0-692-24618-4

Strong Female Protagonist is back in print! With super-strength and invulnerability, Alison Green used to be one of the most powerful superheroes around. Fighting crime with other teenagers under the alter ego Mega Girl was fun until an encounter with Menace, her mind reading arch enemy. He showed her evidence of a sinister conspiracy, and suddenly battling giant robots didn’t seem so important. Now Alison is going to college and trying to find ways to help the world while still getting to class on time. It’s impossible to escape the past, however, and everyone has their own idea of what it means to be a hero.


Worlds of Color: Welcome to Oz Adult Coloring Book

Eric Shanower (a & c)

Follow the yellow brick road to happiness and wonder with this charming adult coloring book from Eisner-winning creator Eric Shanower! Dorothy and all her friends are here, waiting for your coloring to bring all of Oz to life.

TPB • B&W • $9.99 • 64 pages • 8.5” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-517-4


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Popeye Classics #42

Bud Sagendorf (w & a & c)

First, the terrible Sea Hag and Bluto train a giant ape to smash Popeye. The second story features Popeye with Swee’pea in an outlandish U.F.O. adventure, the third finds our two-eyed sailor with Olive Oyl. Plus an O.G. Wotasnozzle comic and even MORE by the genius Bud Sagendorf!

FC • 32 pages • $4.99


WEIRD Love #11

Richard Hughes, Ruth Roche, and various (w) • Matt Baker, and various (a) • Ogden Whitney (c)

The cover story alone, “Jailbird’s Romance”, would cost you a couple of grand on the collector’s market! It’s drawn by the demented duo Ogden Whitney and Richard Hughes. More bizarre stories include “It’s Like Love, Pussycat!” “Pick-up,” and in “Savage Kisses,” a knife-wielding, half-naked, island girl fights Nazis and wins the heart of an American soldier. Then, it gets worse, with the most sordid comic story we’ve ever printed!

FC • 32 pages • $4.99


Fashion Spotlight: Battyjuice, Dead Walker, and Techno-Shred

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Little Ninjas, Doug Time, and City Smash Bros., by CoryFreemnDesign, BSTGRAPH, and AtomicRocket, are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!



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NYCC 2015: Kevin Eastman & Robert Rodriguez Collaborate on Cover of TMNT. Plus Signing.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles creator Kevin Eastman has collaborated with maverick filmmaker and El Rey Network Founder Robert Rodriguez on the cover  of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #50. Eastman penciled the cover of this special edition, Rodriguez Inked and Tomi Varga colored. This marks the first comic book cover for Rodriguez, whose first passion was drawing cartoons before he started focusing on filmmaking.

Rodriguez and Eastman will appear at New York Comic Con to sign a Special Limited Edition 48 page Variant that includes all new bonus content on Saturday, October 10 from 1:00 – 3:00pm in the IDW Booth number 1844.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #50 marks the epic conclusion to over four-years worth of storylines. The Turtles stand against Shredder for one final battle that will determine the fate of NYC, and the world, for years to come.

Kevin Eastman and his wife Courtney Eastman will appear in the season finale of Rodriguez From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series airing on El Rey Network on October 27th at 9:00pm ET/PT.

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Fashion Spotlight: Little Ninjas, Doug Time, and City Smash Bros.

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Little Ninjas, Doug Time, and City Smash Bros., by onebluebird, JCMaziu, and PrimePremme, are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!

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Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

PaperGirls01_CoverWednesdays 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: Old Man Logan #5 (Marvel) – I loved the first Old Man Logan, it remains to this day one of the best Wolverine stories told in the last fifteen years. This sequel doesn’t quiet measure up to those lofty heights, but I never expected it too. This story is a fun exploration of a character that has been missing from our comics for a long time, and I’m enjoying every page.

Detective Comics #45 (DC Comics) – Honestly, if it wasn’t for the possibility of more Harvey Bullock, this comic wouln’t be on my list at all. Who doesn’t love Harvey Bullock?



Top Pick: Drawn Onward (Big Planet Comics/Retrofit) – I picked up a copy of this small press indie book a while ago, and seriously it’s one of the best comics I’ve read this year. A comic that looks at a relationship from two perspectives, you need to read the comic front to back, and then back to front to get the full experience. Absolutely brilliant. You can read my review here.

Captain Canuck #4 (Chapterhouse Comics) – Remember when superheroes were supposed to be fun? This comic series follows Canada’s champion and is exactly that, fun with lots of action!

Cyborg #3 (DC Comics) – A comic that has parts superhero and part reflection, Cyborg’s solo series has been a breath of fresh air in many ways, especially since its tackled so many issues such as race and disabilities head on.

Jughead #1 (Archie Comics) – Archie’s relaunch of their titles have been amazing so far. Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderson are masters at what they do, and the fact they’re on this comic has me beyond excited.

Southern Bastards #11 (Image Comics) – The best ongoing comic being produced hands down, no question.



Top Pick: Paper Girls #1 (Image Comics) – The writer of Saga (aka the comic even my Dad will read) and the artist of Wonder Woman team up for some 1988 newspaper girl badassness.

Top Pick: Jughead #1 (Archie Comics) – I never read Archie till the relaunch and boy does this one look like fun. Zdarsky and Henderson are aces at comedy without being mean spirited. Both are zany and oddball talents, making them the most Jughead-worthy team ever.

8House: Yorris Part 1 (Image Comics) – 8House is always something interesting and new. I’d suggest getting all #1 of the 8House mini imprint if you’re hungry from something unique and strange. This book has a euro-comic feel shared by many of the 8House stories.

Cyborg #3 (DC Comics) – A seriously smart comic about disability and race. It’s also great as pure sci-fi. Because those are things good sci-fi is supposed to do.

Doctor Strange #1 (Marvel) – I’ve wanted a new Doctor Strange book for a long time. Jason Aaron’s pitch is a strong one: “Who do you call when things are coming out of your dreams and trying to kill you? He’s the only person standing between us and the forces of darkness, but has he been paying his tab?” –  The mildly de-aged Doctor sounds like he could be the Marvel version of John Constantine. But I’d prefer if it goes its own way since Constantine is winning at Constantine-ing (boy do I love that comic).

The Humans #8 (Image Comics) – Serious shit went down last issue in my favorite historical-fiction/funny-animal/ape-sploitation comic. Now, the biker gang’s old ladies are on the cover of this month’s issue with semi-automatic weapons pointed. That’s all I’m saying.



Top Pick: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #50 (IDW Publishing) – Shredder vs. the Turtles. 90% of my childhood was built around this rivalry and time has made me no less excited to see these mortal enemies go at it again.

Doctor Strange #1 (Marvel) – I have always had a special place in my heart for comic book characters that are so far on the fringe of their own universe that people with outrageous super powers rarely dare to go into their realm and Doctor Strange personifies this better than almost anyone.

The Omega Men #5 (DC Comics) – After all the push back resulting from DC attempting to end this series at issue 6 I had to check out what all the fuss was about and I have yet to be disappointed.

What If? Infinity – Thanos (Marvel) – Anyone who has ever heard a story has always wondered “What if?”. And I always get a kick out of Marvel trying to answer these questions. Especially, ones I never thought to ask like how Thanos joining the Avengers would turn out.



Top Pick: Siege #4 (Marvel) – This has been a fantastic Secret Wars tie in, and I am very excited for this issue….Thanos has arrived!  Can Abigail and the defenders of The Shield survive?  Can’t wait to find out!

Avengers #0 (Marvel) – A slew of new Avengers titles coming down the line, and this issue #0 gives us a look at the new teams.  Very excited to get inside the teams we’ve only seen teaser pics about; the rosters, their missions…and apparently someone is keeping a close eye on these Avengers.  Can’t wait!

Contest of Champions #1 (Marvel) – Heroes fighting in a cosmic game of chess, to see who can wield incredible power.  Yeah, it’s been done before, but with different versions of heroes and villains to pull from?  Ok, I’m interested.



Top Pick: Doctor Strange #1 (Marvel)Jason Aaron tackles another iconic Marvel property, and I got a feeling, he is about make this legend, even more relevant and exciting than ever!!!

Amazing Spider-Man #1 (Marvel)- any storyline that brings back Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson into the Spiderverse, is one at least finding out why, which is only part of the fun.

Batman and Robin Eternal #1 (DC Comics) – The reintroduction of Dick Grayson into Batman’s world??/ I cannot wait to read this, as Dick revisits a case when he was Robin.

Contest of Champions #1 (Marvel) – a classic showdown between Thanos, Maestro, Venom Gamora, and a host of others battle it out

Paper Girls #1 (Image) I love Brian K.Vaughn’s work , as he truly has the Midas touch when it comes to series, especially when it original series , and this one is right up his alley and he teams up Cliff Chang of Batman fame for this one.

Preview: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #50

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #50

Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w) • Mateus Santolouco (a & c)

The epic conclusion to over four-years worth of storylines! The Turtles stand against Shredder for one final battle that will determine the fate of NYC, and the world, for years to come!

FC • 48 pages • $7.99


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