Marvel, Harlequin, and Seven Seas Have Five New Releases For You to Explore
There’s five new digital comics available now on comiXology. You can check out the individual releases below or start shopping now.
Civil War Companion
Written by Chris Baiocchi, Chris Biggs, Ronald Byrd, Madison Carter, Peter David, Mike Fichera, Anthony Flamini, Justin Gray, Mark Guggenheim, David Hine, Michael Hoskin, Jerome Maida, Jim Mclauchlin, Clifford Meth, Terry Morrow, Mark O’English, Brian Reed, Mike Sangiacomo, Dan Slott, J. Michael Straczynski, John Rhett Thomas, Stuart Vandal, Zeb Wells
Art by Scott Kolins, Mike Mayhew
Cover by Steve McNiven
Collects Civil War Files, Civil War: Battle Damage Report, Marvel Spotlight: Mark Millar/Steve McnNiven, Marvel Spotlight: Civil War Aftermath, Daily Bugle: Civil War Special Edition. The legislation has been passed. The battle lines have been drawn. The opening shots have been fired. Now, as the controversial Super Human Registration Act continues to divide America’s super human community, go behind the lines of the Marvel Comics event starring Spider-Man, the New Avengers, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men and the entirety of the Marvel pantheon! Featuring in-depth S.H.I.E.L.D. dossiers on the nation’s most prominent super humans; behind-the-scenes coverage with CIVIL WAR planners Mark Millar and Steve McNiven; news, gossip, and opinions from the Daily Bugle, the very newspaper the citizens of the Marvel Universe read to keep informed; and more!
X-Men: Children Of The Atom
Written by Joe Casey
Art by Esad Ribic, Steve Rude, Michael Ryan
Cover by Steve Rude
Collects X-Men: Children of the Atom (1999) #1-6. Joe Casey and Steve Rude explore the early days of the X-Men! You’ve read Casey’s bold vision of the mighty mutants in UNCANNY X-MEN, now read his interpretation of the original squad! Collecting issues #1 – #6 of the hit mini-series, this adventure digs deep into the lives of Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Iceman, Angel and the Beast to reveal new depths to the origins of the first X-Men! Professor X and Magneto stand on opposite sides in the war for evolution — but which one will draft these powerful young soldiers? Featuring the art of Steve Rude (SPIDER-MAN: LIFELINES), Michael Ryan (CABLE) and Esad Ribic (THE BROTHERHOOD), this saga will please fans of all ages, with its earnest yet modern examination of these gifted, but troubled youths!
Enfant du samedi
Written by Betty Neels
Art by Reiko Kishida
Voulant repartir de zéro, Abigaïl, infirmière, part pour la Hollande où elle trouve un nouveau travail. Dans la maison de son employeur, elle rencontre le beau docteur Wighklen, mais son air hautain et son attitude froide lui laissent à penser qu’elle ne l’intéresse pas. Bien qu’elle ait mis de la distance entre eux, lorsque le contrat d’Abigaïl arrive à terme, Wighklen lui propose un nouveau travail. Quelque peu déroutée, elle accepte malgré tout, irrésistiblement attirée par son charme inexplicable… Peut-être ne la détestait-il finalement pas tant que ça ?
Married To The Sheik
Written by Carol Culver
Art by Mayu Kasumi
“Find my bride!” That’s an order from Ben, a sheikh and an oil tycoon, whom Emily works for as a secretary. His sudden, unexpected order depresses her. Because she’s been his secret admirer! But she’s well aware that her love for him will never come true. Ben, on the other hand, has to find a bride to fulfill his tribal custom. Hiding her pain, she agrees to help him find a woman he’s looking for!
Seaside Stranger Vol. 1: Umibe no Étranger
Written by Kanna Kii
Art by Kanna Kii
This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality
Ever since his parents disowned him for being gay, Shun has been living with his aunt on a small island near Okinawa. One day, he meets Mio, a high school student who recently lost his own parents and now spends his days sitting by the sea. The two young men begin to open up to each other… until Mio reveals that he’s leaving. Three years later, an adult Mio returns to the island to confess his true feelings, but is Shun ready for a relationship?
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