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Preview: Lumberjanes Vol. 9 SC

Lumberjanes Vol. 9 SC

Publisher: BOOM! Box, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh
Artist: Carolyn Nowak
Cover Artist: Brooklyn Allen
Price: $14.99

When the yetis are kicked out of their humble treehouse abode, it’s up to Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley to get them back where they belong amongst the trees… by challenging them to a roller derby match! Collects issues #33-36.

Preview: Shadowman Vol. 1 Fear of the Dark TPB


Written by ANDY DIGGLE
Cover by TONCI ZONJIC (MAY182101)
$9.99 | 112 pgs. | T+ | On Sale JULY 18th
TRADE PAPERBACK | ISBN: 978-1-68215-239-3


Orphaned as a child and raised on the margins of society, Jack Boniface never knew his place in the world. Until he discovered it waiting for him… in a darkness far older than the reign of men…

Unbeknownst to him, Jack was fated to become the next in a long lineage of Shadowmen – mortals bound to loas, violent voodoo spirits of immense power – that could safeguard our world against incursions from realms beyond.

For years, Jack struggled to control his loa’s murderous urges – a battle he eventually lost.

But now, after years of self-imposed exile, the man once known as Shadowman is returning home to sharpen the weapon within…and unleash a reckoning on the evils of our world that will soon send shockwaves through heaven and hell alike…

Shadowman storms his way to the forefront of the Valiant Universe – more powerful, more terrifying, and more relentless than ever before – in an adrenaline-fueled ongoing series from superstar writer Andy Diggle (Green Arrow: Year One, The Losers) and high-octane artist Stephen Segovia (Action Comics)!

Collecting SHADOWMAN (2018) #1–3.

Preview: Atlas and Axis Vol. 1


Creator: Pau
Publisher: Titan Comics
Imprint: Statix Press
Softcover, 160pp, $19.99, £17.99
On sale: July 17, 2018
ISBN: 9781782763505

When they return home to find that their village has been destroyed by Viking raiders, Atlas and Axis set off in search of the Viking homeland and their missing friends. A perilous journey across land and sea ensues as the two dogs valiantly battle elements and enemies in the name of love and friendship.

Preview: Six Figure Crowdfunding: The No Bullsh*t Guide to Running a Life-Changing Campaign HC

Six Figure Crowdfunding: The No Bullsh*t Guide to Running a Life-Changing Campaign HC

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Derek Miller with Noelle Pugh
Artist: Illustrations by Joy Ho
Cover Artist: Dylan Todd


In this bold, irreverent, hilarious how-to guide, bestselling Kickstarter campaign manager Derek Miller takes his millions of dollars of supercrowdfunding experience and delivers everything you need to know about being a modern entrepreneur in today’s global marketplace. In other words, this ain’t your parent’s business book.
Accompanied by laugh-out-loud illustrations by cartoonist Joy Ho, enjoy an exhaustive look into what it takes to manage and execute a successful six-figure crowdfunding campaign.

Preview: Steven Universe #18

Steven Universe #18

Publisher: KaBOOM!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Grace Kraft
Artist: Rii Abrego
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Missy Pena
Subscription Cover: Meg Omac
Price: $3.99

Amethyst is surprised and delighted when she is asked to help coach Connie and Steven in combat, but she struggles to find her own teaching style.

Preview: Jim Henson’s Fraggle Rock #3

Jim Henson’s Fraggle Rock #3

Publisher: Archaia, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Art Baltazar
Artist: Art Baltazar
Cover Artist:
Main Cover: Art Baltazar
Anniversary Fraggle Spotlight Subscription Cover: Jake Myler
Price: $3.99

An all new Fraggle Rock story by fan-favorite creator of all ages comics, Art Baltazar (Young Justice, Adventure Time)!

Preview: The Thrilling Adventure Hour #1

The Thrilling Adventure Hour #1

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Ben Acker & Ben Blacker
Artist: M.J. Erickson
Cover Artist:
Main Cover: Jonathan Case
Subscription Cover: Natacha Bustos
Price: $3.99

Writing team Ben Acker and Ben Blacker (Deadpool, Death Be Damned) return to The Thrilling Adventure Hour in this new series based on the wildly popular Hollywood stage show and podcast.

Frank and Sadie Doyle are the toast of the upper crust. Headliners on the society pages. And they see ghosts. Follow the Doyles on a night when having a drink (or ten) with friends goes horribly, and perhaps predictably, wrong at a haunted house.

Joe’s Corner: Reviews: Amazing Spider-Man, Superman, the Punisher, Relay, and Die!Die!Die!

This is a weekly comic review show for comics Joe pulls or picks up. This video is for comics coming out the week of July 11th 2018. Joe reviews the books he picked up and gives us his favorite books of the week and at times, a cover of the week. If you’d like, follow Joe @jriddy5000son on Twitter, Instagram, and Mixer.

The comics I buy are bought from Secret Comix Cave, an awesome comic store. Support your local comic shop!

Physical comics featured:

The Amazing Spider-Man #1
Superman #1
The Punisher #227
Relay #1
Die! Die! Die! #1

Books Of The Week: The Amazing Spider-Man #1
Covers Of The Week: The Amazing Spider-Man #1 & Superman #1 David Mack variant

SDCC 2018: Aspen Reveals Their Third Wave of Exclusives

Aspen Comics has revealed their third and final wave of San Diego Comic Con 2018  exclusive items, highlighted by the release of Aspen’s exclusive Michael Turner “Women15” Hardcover, Batman #50 Michael Turner variants, and a special surprise “Green with Ivy” Batman #50 Poison Ivy variant exclusive to SDCC 2018 attendees, limited to 1,000 copies.

Similar to the release of their sold out “Women10” Michael Turner art book, Aspen is releasing a special expanded “Women15” hardcover edition with a new collection of artwork in celebration of Michael Turner and the publisher’s fifteen year anniversary. The “Women15” hardcover is limited to 500 editions.

Aspen is offering the entire set of their Michael Turner and Peter Steigerwald Batman #50 exclusive variants and will also be debuting a highly limited “Green with Ivy” Batman #50 Michael Turner variant featuring Poison Ivy, limited to 1,000 copies. This special edition cover will be available ONLY to Comic-Con International: San Diego 2018 attendees. A select amount will be available for purchase at the Aspen Comics booth #2320, with the remaining balance to be made available for a special event at a later date.

To celebrate the life and career of Aspen Comics founder Michael Turner, the publisher is hosting a very special “Michael Turner Legacy” panel on Thursday at 1pm in Room 9 that will look back at Turner’s brilliant contribution to the comic book industry and beyond. Every fan in attendance will receive a free “15 Years Strong” Michael Turner commemorative button.

Review: Blake and Mortimer Volume 1: The Yellow M

If you have read a newspaper, or an article, or watched the news, somewhere along the line, you may have heard the name “Banksy.” The mysterious person is known for their artwork exhibited around the world. Their pieces are lauded, and their appearances are more “slight of hand,” making the proximity to the art a unique experience. This is not the first time the world has been fascinated with someone anonymous.

Jack The Ripper and the Zodiac Killer are two other examples and multi-media has provided audiences the ability to follow the clues of those attempting to unmask these individuals. Its created an industry on its own it seems. Media has helped the world became even more fascinated with mysterious figures and the world seems to always gravitate to their public actions, no matter how disgusting they may be.

I always wondered how someone like Banksy would do if he alerted the police before he committed one of his masterpieces? This is what Edgar Jacobs looks to uncover in the first volume of Blake and Mortimer Volume 1: The Yellow M.

We are taken to London, where the royal guard go about their rounds, when they hear a laughter off in the distance, it is the Yellow Mark, and he has the stolen the royal Crown. This is where we meet the retired police captain, Francis Blake and his genius partner, Professor Philip Mortimer, who catches the ire of the Yellow Mark as he taunts the duo as he taunts the establishment. This doesn’t deter the two from stopping this mysterious figure from hurting anyone, each crime, comes with even more dire consequences each time. Professor Mortimer eventually finds out exactly who is the man behind the Yellow Mark, but gets imprisoned by the person in question.  By book’s end, Blake has come to the rescue of his partner as the end the criminal enterprise of the Yellow Mark.

Overall, a fun graphic novel, that at first reminds of Benedict Cumberbatch’s portrayal in Sherlock, but both characters are forces of nature. The story by Jacobs is layered, intense, and action packed. Altogether, a story that is more contemporary than one might believe at first glance.

Story: Edgar P. Jacobs Art: Edgar P. Jacobs
Story: 9.5 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.2 Recommendation: Buy

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