ComiXology Has Over 20 New Digital Comics for You Today
It’s one of two “new comic book days” and comiXology has the hookup with over 20 new digital comics for you to check out right now. There’s manga, as well as new comics from DC as well as classics in digital for the first time. See what you can get below or get shopping now!
A Devotion That Changes Worlds Vol. 7
Written by Mizue Odawara
Art by Mizue Odawara
Shuuhei’s always closed his heart off to Yoh. But Yoh, wanting Shuuhei to see all the hard work she’s put in, gives him a ticket to see her concert. On the day of the concert, Shuuhei goes to the venue with every intention to confess to Yoh, but…Tonoda also happens to be there. With everyone getting what they wanted off their chests, the ever-so-complicated relationship between brother and girlfriend and boyfriend is finally solved. Yoh has also deepened her relationship with Tonoda. And so the world keeps spinning…
Adventure Comics (1935-1983) #433
Written by Michael Fleisher, Steve Skeates
Pencils Jim Aparo, Alex Nino
Inks Jim Aparo, Alex Nino
Cover by Jim Aparo
Lt. Corrigan begins to investigate the murder of a construction engineer, whose wife is being bilked by a phony swami. However, problems arise when Gwen steps in and discloses to the swami that the policeman is actually the Spectre.
Batman (1940-2011) #184
Written by Henry Boltinoff, Gardner Francis Fox
Pencils Henry Boltinoff, Sheldon Moldoff
Inks Henry Boltinoff, Joe Giella, Sid Greene
Cover by Murphy Anderson, Carmine Infantino
The Caped Crusaders mysteriously disappear for two weeks, and when they return, they have no memory of where they have been.
Batman: Arkham Asylum New Edition
Written by Grant Morrison
Art by Dave McKean
One of the greatest Batman stories ever told, Batman: Arkham Asylum is back in a new edition of the classic hardcover! The inmates of Arkham Asylum have taken over and are demanding Batman in exchange for their hostages. Accepting their demented challenge, Batman is forced to endure the personal hells of The Joker, the Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, Two-Face, and many other sworn enemies in order to save the innocents and retake the asylum. Includes newly remastered artwork by Dave McKean, available for the first time in this format.
Batman: Gotham Nights #11
Written by Marc Guggenheim, Steve Orlando
Pencils Robert Gill, Priscilla Petraites
Inks Robert Gill, Priscilla Petraites
Colored by Romulo Fajardo, Jr., Luis Guerrero
Story 1 – A face from Red Hood’s past needs his help when he’s targeted by Codename: Assassin–he just doesn’t know it yet!
Story 2 – The clock counts down as a prisoner on death row awaits his sentence…but Nightwing and Red Hood believe there’s more to his case than meets the eye, and now they have one night to prove it!
DCeased: Hope At World’s End (2020) #4
Written by Tom Taylor
Pencils Marco Failla
Inks Marco Failla
Colored by Rex Lokus
The world needs a Batman but Damian is struggling with the enormity of the mantle…can the Man of Steel help? And seeking safe haven, Suicide Squad’s Wink and The Aerie reach the fortress of Jotunheim…but is anywhere left on Earth safe from the unliving?!
Detective Comics (1937-2011) #384
Written by Gardner Francis Fox, Mike Friedrich
Pencils Bob Brown, Gil Kane
Inks Murphy Anderson, Joe Giella
Cover by Irv Novick
When two look-alike women, both claiming to be a wealthy heiress, are targeted by hoods, Batman steps in to protect them and solve the mystery.
Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends Vol. 18
Written by Yomi Hirasaka
Art by Itachi
The eternal rivals Sena and Yozora face off on the basketball court, where Sena dominates all other players with her power, speed, and technique. What does Yozora have up her sleeve in this fight? When Christmas Eve arrives and the club members attend a school holiday party, they each have their own hopes about how things will unfold… but the events that await are even harsher than they might imagine.
Little Leonardo da Vinci
Written by William Augel
Art by William Augel
The childhood of Leonardo da Vinci seen by William Augel. Intelligent, poetic, and above all very funny! 1 VOLUME RELEASED – INDEPENDENT STORIES. Before being a great genius, Leonardo da Vinci was a little genius! Everything that surrounds it is a pretext for thinking, learning and inventing birds, pottery, olive harvesting and spaghetti making. His curiosity drives him to have ideas about everything, and to see beauty everywhere. He will even go so far as to say that the smallest of cats is a work of art. At the same time painter, engineer, philosopher, architect, musician, here he is now a cartoon character! From the pen of William Augel, it’s funny touching, and even instructive! What more could you want to delight both parents and children?
Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka Vol. 9
Written by Makoto Fukami
Art by Seigo Tokiya
The war abroad is over, and Asuka and Kurumi have returned home in the hopes of enjoying peaceful student life in Japan. Unfortunately, the duty of a Magical Girl is never far away. The government has uncovered the truth of Tamara’s situation, and why she fought for Asuka’s enemies. Somehow, the Russian General Staff Office, deeply in bed with the Russian Mafia, is forcing Tamara to do their will. It’s time for Nazani to take center stage — the infiltration mission is underway!
Marvel Action Captain Marvel (2019-) #5
Written by Sam Maggs
Art by Sweeney Boo
Cover by Sweeney Boo
Go higher, further, and faster with Captain Marvel and the Unstoppable Wasp in a brand-new, middle grade adventure! Carol and Nadia, currently no bigger than, well, a wasp, are in a predicament-A.I.M. is up to no good, and Carol can’t use her powers because, at this size, she could literally split atoms. Yikes! So what’s the strongest avenger to do? Well, Carol has a lot of ideas-but maybe it’s best if she follows Nadia’s lead on this one… cue: the G.I.R.L. squad! Enter the secret world of Captain Marvel in this pint-sized Marvel Action adventure!
Nightwing: Year One Deluxe Edition
Written by Scott Beatty, Chuck Dixon
Art by Scott McDaniel
Since being cut loose by Batman, Dick Grayson is Robin no more. Unsure of what to do and where to turn, he seeks solace from familiar sources-including Superman, Batgirl, and Deadman. Unable to avoid fighting crime, Grayson begins a new odyssey, donning a new uniform and gaining a new heroic identity. Collects Nightwing #101-106.
Red Hood: Outlaw (2016-) Vol. 3: Generation Outlaw
Written by Scott Lobdell
Art by Tom Derenick, R. B. Silva
Leave it to Red Hood to get Lex Luthor’s strangest offer of all: to train the next generation of super-villains! But has Jason Todd fallen so far that he’d take on the task of forging tomorrow’s Legion of Doom or Crime Syndicate-or is he trying to undermine Lex’s machinations? Will the kids of Generation Outlaw trust Jason Todd, and will they ultimately prove to be the end of his old teammates? It’s all been leading to this showdown between the Outlaws and the New Outlaws! Collects Red Hood: Outlaw #37-41.
Super Friends (1976-1981) #17
Written by E. Nelson Bridwell
Pencils Ramona Fradon
Inks Bob Smith
Cover by Ramona Fradon, Bob Smith
“Trapped in Two Worlds.” The Time Trapper uses Professor Nichols’s time machine to send Zan and Jayna through time and space and into danger.
Supergirl (2016-) #42
Written by Jody Houser
Pencils Rachael Stott
Inks Rachael Stott
Colored by Cris Peter
Cover by Carmine Di Giandomenico, Ivan Plascencia
Deemed a threat by the U.S. military, Supergirl is now a wanted villain! General Corvid has come for our hero-and she won’t give up until Kara’s gone for good. Meanwhile, the superstorm rages stronger than ever, while hundreds remain helpless against it. Can Supergirl prove that she’s the hero the people once believed her to be? Or will she let everyone down-including herself? Find out in the pulse-pounding series conclusion!
SUZUKI JUST WANTS A QUIET LIFE Vol. 3
Written by HIROHISA SATO
Art by HIROHISA SATO
Jinsuke is learning how to handle a gun with the very same man he wants to take revenge upon, and Suzuki has taken up a final contract for Jinsuke while the pair’s feelings keep intensifying. Once again, a single bullet will change the world of a young boy…
The Phantom Stranger (1969-1976) #4
Written by Bob Kanigher
Pencils Neal Adams, Murphy Anderson
Inks Murphy Anderson, Bill Draut
Cover by Neal Adams
While out in the tropics, Dr. 13 and Marie witness a ceremony where a man is sacrificing himself to Tala, a death god that the indigenous people worship. When Dr. 13 tries to debunk their beliefs as superstition, he unleashes Tala upon the world.
The Spectre (1987-1989) #16
Written by Doug Moench
Pencils Chris Wozniak
Inks Mark Farmer
Colored by Anthony Tollin
Cover by Chris Wozniak
The police have a very unlikely “likely” suspect in their murder investigation…Jim Corrigan.
The Witching Hour (1968-1978) #4
Written by Gerry Conway, Alan Riefe
Pencils Pat Boyette, Jose Delbo, Jack Sparling, Alex Toth
Inks Pat Boyette, Jose Delbo, George Roussos, Alex Toth
Cover by Nick Cardy
Stories include: “A Matter of Conscience!”; “Disaster in a Jar”; “A Fistful of Fire!”
Therapy Game Vol. 1
Written by Meguru Hinohara
Art by Meguru Hinohara
This series is rated Adults OnlyDISCLAIMER: graphic sexualityRecently dumped, and very straight, Shizuma tries to drink his sorrow away, only to wake up being spooned by a man!
When he explains to Minato, his drunken fling, that he doesn’t remember a thing about their night together, Minato secretly vows to seduce him again — and then dump him as revenge! But even the best-laid plans can go awry when Cupid has his way.
Toilet-bound Hanako-kun Vol. 12
Written by AidaIro
Art by AidaIro
Shijima-san is willing to help Nene and her friends escape from the painting, but they don’t have much time to reach the distant exit. And to make matters worse, Hanako-kun is pulling out all the stops to keep them from leaving…
Whimsical Jaguar (Yaoi Manga) Vol. 1
Written by Unohana
Art by Unohana
This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality
“Hey, Shin. Ready for Round 2?” This guy is like a cat that does what it wants, when it wants! He only comes on to me when he feels like it… But I just can’t go without seeing him… Shiina the savant guitarist has come back to Shin, who is an editor at a music magazine. While Shiina’s crazy good on guitar, he’s more or less done with the Japanese music industry. But he’s not bothered at all – he just ventures in and out of Japan as he pleases, leaving his longtime lover Shin in the dust. While Shin can’t stand Shiina going cold, whenever the two are reuinated the heat is most definitely on, with plenty of cooing and moaning and begging… A love story swept up in a whilwind of romance and intense feelings of both adoration and inferiority towards a talented individual, the rumblings between the two make for a very adult read.
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