ComiXology Delivers Four New Comics Including New Harley Quinn!
ComiXology has four new digital comics for you today including the latest Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red! Check out all of the comics here or the individual issues below!
Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One #43.5
Written by Kumo Kagyu
Art by Shingo Adachi, Noboru Kannatuki, Kento Sakaeda
This series is rated Adults OnlyDISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality goreGoblin Slayer and Cow Girl return to the farm—a perfectly ordinary walk home, seen in an all new light… Read the next chapter of Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One the same day as Japan!
At The Count’s Bidding
Written by Caitlin Crews
Art by Rikako Tsuji
Nicola is a struggling dancer who was raised in an abusive household. For her, the two months she had been in a relationship with Giancarlo, the son of an Italian count, were the happiest days of her life—until her mother sold her relationship to a gossip magazine. Ten years later, Nicola is reunited with Giancarlo as his mother’s personal assistant. He blames her for the past and accuses her of scheming to steal from his mother. She pleads her innocence and confesses that she still loves him. Refusing to listen, he makes the cruelest demands…
Harley Quinn Black + White + Red (2020-) #9
Written by Joe Quinones
Pencils Joe Quinones
Inks Joe Quinones
Harley Quinn finds herself kicked to the curb when she botches Poison Ivy’s best-laid plans to acquire a treasure of myth and legend! Determined to prove her worth, Harley sets off to capture the prize for them both, but not before drawing in Batman and Batgirl in a thrilling and dangerous adventure across the globe!
Taming The Wolf #2
Written by Deborah Simmons
Art by Nanao Hidaka
The morning after spending a passionate night with Dunstan, Lady Marion is faced with a new evil. Her uncle’s men have found her, and they take her away. Dunstan learns that she is in danger a moment too late and hurries to save her. Meanwhile, Marion worries about Dunstan, who says he doesn’t believe in love…
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