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ComiXology Features 8 New Comics Including The Joker Presents and Truth & Justice

There are eight new comics today on comiXology from DC, iPOP, AAM-Markosia, Harlequin, and Magnetic Press. Get shopping now or check out the releases below.

The Joker Presents: A Puzzlebox (2021-) #2

Written by Matthew Rosenberg
Pencils Joshua Hixson, Jesús Merino
Inks Joshua Hixson, Jesús Merino
Colored by Joshua Hixson, Ulises Arreola Palomera
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The mystery of “WHO KILLED THE RIDDLER” heats up as Joker, now incarcerated and under interrogation by Commissioner Jim Gordon, retells his version of events, starting with the victim himself on the hunt for an all-powerful weapon. How did the other Gotham villains get involved, and why? What does this weapon do, and why does Riddler want it? Who had skin in the game, and who could stand to lose everything? It’s a whodunit spiraling out of control, retold by the world’s most unreliable narrator. See if you can spot the clues and solve the puzzle!

The Joker Presents: A Puzzlebox (2021-) #2

Truth & Justice (2021-) #16

Written by Andrew Aydin
Pencils Juni Ba
Inks Juni Ba
Colored by Nick Filardi
Cover by Juni Ba
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It’s Damian’s birthday, and the Bat Family is throwing him a surprise party in the cave! But it seems someone has other plans when a pair of ancient Hittite deities crash the party!

Truth & Justice (2021-) #16

1000 Storms #3

Written by Tony Sandoval
Art by Tony Sandoval
Cover by Tony Sandoval
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When the other kids travel through the mysterious tree that Lisa had discovered, they unwittingly let the demon King loose! Despite their cruelty, she knows its up to her to stop the invasion!

1000 Storms #3

Genu Vol. 4: Volume 4

Written by Tommaso Todesca
Art by Alexandra Fastovets
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The Ego-ID of Gao Raj Anand is willing to help our three Mercurians. A team of rebels from the T.I.N. organization should be able to meet with them soon. But what’s Feng concocting in his virtual world? He finally understands the identity of the mysterious girl who appeared in the desert… but why is she here?

Genu Vol. 4: Volume 4

L’épouse du sultan du harem

Written by Annie West
Art by Shion Hanyu
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Jacqui, rédactrice de magazine, a rencontré Asim, un sultan, dans son pays lorsqu’elle a visité Jazeer. Ils se sont rencontrés dans le harem, resté longtemps inutilisé. Asim, extrêmement confiant, regardait Jacqui avec beaucoup d’intérêt – leurs personnalités étaient complètement opposées et il était fasciné par elle. Il ne faut pas longtemps non plus pour ue Jacqui soit entièrement captivée par le charme d’Asim. Elle était remplie de bonheur quand Asim lui a fait l’amour… jusqu’à ce qu’elle apprenne que le roi avait rencontré un certain nombre de princesses potentielles…

L'épouse du sultan du harem

Riley

Written by Lori Foster
Art by Mao Kirisaka
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After a terrifying explosion, Regina is convinced that she has a stalker and begins taking self-defense lessons from instructor Riley Moore. Riley, a former SWAT member, feels a strong attraction to Regina and decides to investigate her case. While she’s scared for her life, Regina feels at ease when she’s with Riley, and she has no choice but to admit that there’s a sizzling connection growing between them. But Regina’s past trauma prevents her from having the confidence to take the next step in their relationship…

Riley

Monster Me: Monster Maker

Written by iPOP! Labs
Art by Maxflan Araujo, Julieta Colas, Davide Puppo
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Newmon’s magical “pend” draws ANYTHING – including any toy or product he could ever want. But after he owns EVERYTHING, does he really have it all?

Monster Me: Monster Maker

Plague #8

Written by Dennis Fallon, Jason Palmatier
Art by Zachary Brunner
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As Robb finds himself face to face with a Pope bent on revenge, Warbishop Moray is plagued by a crisis of kindness. Meanwhile, something lurks in the walls of this great, old castle–whispering to the imprisoned fey about the end of an age and the extinction of mythical creatures. Has this whole journey been for naught? Danger and treachery have always been the hallmark of PLAGUE, but this issue takes us to the darkest places yet…

Plague #8

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