BOOM! Studios has revealed today a first look at Power Rangers #1 from superstar writer Ryan Parrott, acclaimed artist Francesco Mortarino, colorist Raúl Angulo, and letterer Ed Dukeshire, launching in conjunction with the brand new Mighty Morphin series. Two New Series. Two New Teams. The Era of Unlimited Power begins HERE—and only Lord Drakkon, their greatest enemy, can save the Power Rangers on November 11, 2020!
Power Rangers #1 reveals a new cosmic threat that only the original Power Rangers, now known as the Omega Rangers – Jason, Trini, and Zack – can hope to defeat! But their secret weapon is… the villainous Lord Drakkon?! Zordon forbids the Omega Rangers from engaging Drakkon, so if they want to save the universe then they’ll have to go rogue – and go up against their Mighty Morphin allies.
Terror will be unleashed this April in Shadowman #1.
New York Times bestselling writer Cullen Bunn and acclaimed artist Jon Davis-Hunt pull you into a world of horror and supernatural suspense as Jack Boniface, aka Shadowman, protects humanity from the nightmares that lurk within the dimension known as the Deadside… but the barrier between Earth and the horrifying realm is tearing and gateways are popping up all around the globe. The forces of darkness are hungry for life, and only Shadowman stands in their way.
Shadowman #1by writer Cullen Bunn, artist Jon Davis-Hunt, colorist Jordie Bellaire, and letterer Clayton Cowles goes on sale April 2021 and features covers by Jon Davis-Hunt (Cover A), Rod Reis (Cover B), Dave Johnson (Horror Movie Homage Variant), and Jeff Dekal (1:250 Variant). The debut horror issue is available for pre-order now at comic shops.
DC Comics has released a first look at some of their middle-grade titles being released in 2021. The graphic novels are geared towards readers ages 9-12.
The standalone stories introduce DC’s iconic characters to a whole new generation of readers. They’re accessible for new readers who are coming to comics, or DC, for the first time.
Written, Illustrated and lettered by Drew Brockington Colored by Wendy Broom On sale everywhere books are sold on May 4, 2021 MSRP: $9.99“ Pre-order: Amazon
The big city is full of Superman sightings, but here in Metropolis Grove? Every kid in this suburb knows that he’s not real…except newcomer Sonia Patel, who convinces her friends Duncan and Alex to believe! When the trio discover a mysterious cave full of Super-memorabilia, they can’t keep it to themselves, and that sets off a school year full of drama and adventure and more than a few opportunities for a newfound friendship to test its limits.
And when they finally figure out the resident of the cave is Bizarro, things get even more out of control!
The Mystery Of The Meanest Teacher: A Johnny Constantine Graphic Novel
Written by Ryan North Illustrated and colored by Derek Charm Lettered by Wes Abbot On sale everywhere books are sold on June 1, 2021 MSRP: $9.99 Pre-Order:Amazon
After angering a number of hostile spirits in England, 13-year-old magician Johnny Constantine has to find a way out of the country. Persuading his parents to send him to America, John arrives at the Junior Success Boarding School in Salem, Massachusetts. But once there,he finds himself to be something of an outcast. And he is also convinced that his homeroom teacher really has it in for him. Worse, he’s convinced that’s she’s really a witch. Fortunately, John is able to find one kindred spirit at school with whom he’s able to form an alliance–another misfit named Anna, who also happens to have her own developing magical powers. John recruits Anna in his efforts to uncover the truth about Ms. Kayla and expose the Meanest Teacher’s real identity to the world. Joined by a friendly demon named Etrigan, these two amateur sleuths will uncover clues and stumble upon forces beyond their control in a humorous series of misadventures.
Green Arrow: Stranded
Written by Brendan Deneen Illustrated and colored by Bell Hosalla Lettered by AndWorld Design On sale everywhere books are sold on July 6, 2021 MSRP: $9.99 Pre-Order: Amazon
Following a plane crash on a deserted island, 13-year-old Oliver Queen must learn the skills he needs to survive and to protect his injured father. Ollie has always hated the idea of hunting, but his dad insisted they go on this trip with his business partner, Sebastian, and his son, Tyler. When Ollie fails to take a perfect shot, the teasing starts, and he wonders if his dad will ever be proud of him again. But just when he thought their trip couldn’t get any worse, their private jet is struck by lightning and crash lands on a deserted island. Ollie awakens to find his dad seriously injured and the other passengers nowhere in sight. If they hope to survive, he’s going to have to learn skills he’s been avoiding developing so far. He has never felt less sure of who he is…or if he will be able to hang on until help arrives.
(W) Kelly Thompson (A) Lee Garbett (CA) Jorge Molina 32 PGS./Rated T+ In Shops: Nov 04, 2020 SRP: $3.99
MEET THE VILLAIN OF THE CENTURY! The future is here – and haunting Captain Marvel! New York City is in chaos, and all her strongest allies are gone. But the enemy has only grown stronger with time. The child of [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] makes Carol Danvers’ life a living hell…and you’re gonna love every second of it.
Author(s): Lavie Tidhar Artist(s): Paul McCaffrey Cover Artist(s): COVER A: Gary Erskine COVER B: Paul McCaffrey
THE FINAL BATTLE BEGINS! Adler and her team of Victorian heroines face-off against AYESHA’S army of AMAZONS! Written by World Fantasy Award Winner, Lavie Tidhar. In the vein of Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen!
Script: Dan Parent Art: Dan Parent, Bob Smith, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli Cover: Dan Parent On Sale Date: 10/28 192-page, full color comic $7.99 U.S.
NEW CLASSIC-STYLE STORY: “Fall Back, Fashion Forward!” The Riverdale Fall Fashion Show is approaching and Veronica’s having major creative fashion block! Betty convinces her to reach out to her fashionista cousin Harper for some help. But when the designs are a hit, will Veronica be willing to share the spotlight?
(W) Joe Hill (A/CA) Martin Simmonds In Shops: Oct 28, 2020 SRP: $19.99
Comedy is hard… but dying is easy! From New York Times bestselling author Joe Hill (Locke & Key, NOS4A2) comes this new graphic novel mystery. Meet Syd “Sh*t-Talk” Homes, a disgraced ex-cop turned bitter stand-up comic turned wanted killer! Syd’s rival Carl Dixon is on the verge of comedy superstardom and he got there the dirty way: by stealing jokes. He’s got a killer act, an ugly past, and more enemies than punch-lines. When he turns up dead, Syd is on the top of the suspect list… he had motive, he was the last man to see Dixon alive, and he had already named his price for taking Dixon out. Syd isn’t guilty of anything but bad jokes but now he’s on the run, and it’ll take all of his investigative chops to nail the real killer, before the cops nail him.
Redbone: The True Story of a Native American Rock Band
(W) Christian Staebler, Sonia Paoloni (A) Thibault Balahy In Shops: Oct 28, 2020 SRP: $19.99
Experience the riveting, powerful story of the Native American civil rights movement and the resulting struggle for identity told through the high-flying career of west coast rock n’ roll pioneers, Redbone.
You’ve heard the hit song “Come and Get Your Love” in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy, but the story of the band behind it is one of cultural, political, and social importance.
Brothers Pat and Lolly Vegas were talented Native American rock musicians that took the 1960s Sunset Strip by storm. They influenced The Doors and jammed with Jimmy Hendrix before he was “Jimi,” and the idea of a band made up of completely Native Americans soon followed.
Determined to control their creative vision and maintain their cultural identity, they eventually signed a deal with Epic Records in 1969. But as the American Indian Movement gained momentum the band took a stand, choosing pride in their ancestry over continued commercial reward.
Created with the cooperation of the Vegas family, painstaking steps were taken to ensure the historical accuracy of this important and often overlooked story of America’s past. Part biography and part research journalism, Redbone provides a voice to a people long neglected in American history.