Explosive New Releases From Boom! Studios!
|28 DAYS LATER #19
Britain is destroyed. The U.S. Military is trying to rebuild. Someone in their ranks has their sights on Selena. Can Clint and Selena survive the Infected while also being hunted down by a rogue agent? You’ll know by the end of this pulse-pounding issue of the horror series that continues to shock fans everywhere!
|DARKWING DUCK #8 (A)
DARKWING DUCK #8 (B)
It’s the grand finale and shocking end that will leave you wanting more! No, not of the series, but just this arc! With Crisis on Infinite Darkwings reaching its zenith, an old evil (and no, we’re not talking Uncle Scrooge here people!) reemerges as the true source of St. Canard’s terrible water troubles! Cringe as both hero and villain find themselves treading turbulent terror! Gasp as the Darkwing Ducks rally to turn the tide toward triumph! Run to pick up the exciting conclusion of Crisis on Infinite Darkwings!
|DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?: DUST TO DUST #8
The can’t-miss last issue of the celebrated prequel to the Eisner-nominated series DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?! Can Charlie Victor and Malcolm Reed put an end to the renegade androids? Find out as Chris Roberson (I, ZOMBIE) closes another chapter of Philip K. Dick’s classic sci-fi world that inspired BLADE RUNNER!
Death. Destruction. Devastation. These are the only words to describe the continuing War for the Uncharted Territories! To fight the bloodthirsty Kkore hard choices must be weighed and sacrifices will have to be made. One of Moya’s crew, someone we’ve seen change and grow through the years, will give their life in the battle. And we assure you; it will not be the last. From series creator Rockne S. O’Bannon and writer Keith R.A. DeCandido!
|MICKEY MOUSE #304 )
MICKEY MOUSE #304 (LIMITED EDITION)
Classics are back at BOOM! Celebrate 70 years of Walt Disney’s Comics with the greatest Mickey Mouse tales ever told! Including stories that haven’t seen the light of day since their first printing over 50 years ago! Sail the dangerous seas with Mickey and a horde of pirates in the Walsh/Gottfredson tale “The Pirate Ghost Ship!” marking its first complete reprint since 1944. Experience the wonder of Gottfredson’s “Laundry Blues” from 1932 in its first re-printing ever! Don’t miss this extra-sized, 40-page anniversary issue, featuring the fantastic Goofy tale by Romano Scarpa, “Don’t Worry About It,” making its American printing debut! This is what you have been waiting for! Featuring covers by Mickey master artist Casty and the legendary Floyd Gottfredson!
|CARS: RUST BUCKET DERBY TPB
Shine your tow cables up and put your snow tires on, the Derby is on! Mater squares off against his long-time nemesis Bubba the tow truck in the Rust Bucket Derby. Mater and Bubba are determined to answer: who is the toughest tow truck around? An all-new adventure featuring your favorite WORLD OF CARS characters!
|DENIS KITCHEN’S CHIPBOARD SKETCH BOOK HC
Following on the heels of THE ODDLY COMPELLING ART OF DENIS KITCHEN, an overview of the pioneering underground cartoonist published this summer by Dark Horse Books, DENIS KITCHEN’S CHIPBOARD SKETCHBOOK is comprised of particular kinds of drawings on “chipboard” that Kitchen has done below the radar for many years. Chipboard is the heavy, grainy card stock at the base of writing tablets. The artist started the habit of drawing on this unlikely substance during long, often boring production meetings at Kitchen Sink Press, his former company, when he would flip his notes tablet over and doodle with a combination of the only tools at hand: a Sharpie pen and fine-point Uni-ball pen.
With subject matter often extremely bizarre or, in his own words, even “demented,” Kitchen filed these away for many years. They were seen by only his close friends and colleagues…until now!
Measuring 6 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches, this collection features an extra thick 3 mm cover stock (chipboard, of course) with a de-bossed cover image and vertical belly band. The full-color 128-page hardcover was edited and designed by Greg Sadowski and art directed by John Lind, who won a 2009 American Graphic Design Award for their work on Underground Classics (Abrams).
Note: contains some images not suitable for minors.