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ComiXology Delivers 7 New Comics For you to get right now

There’s seven new comics available on comiXology right now. You can get comics from Marvel, Harlequin, and AAM-Markosia. Check out the individual issues below!

Captain Marvel Vol. 2: Coven

Written by Peter David
Art by Kyle Hotz, Ivan Reis
Cover by Claudio Castellini
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Collects Captain Marvel (2002) #7-12.

Karl Coven is a serial killer sentenced to die for his crimes, and Rick Jones the star witness in the prosecution’s case. Claiming to be an alien not subject to our laws, Coven’s argument is dismissed, but he gets the last laugh by promptly returning back to life immediately after his death sentence is executed. When a loophole in the legal system requires Coven to be set free, he comes to the attention of Captain Marvel, who’s intrigued by the mysterious figure not only because of his apparent resurrection and immunity to Genis’ Cosmic Awareness, but by the peculiarities of the judicial system that let the killer go free. Rather than annihilate Coven, he suggests that they become the law: Coven to be prosecution, and Marvel to be judge.

Captain Marvel Vol. 2: Coven

Captain Marvel Vol. 3: Crazy Like A Fox

Written by Peter David
Art by Paul Azaceta, Michael Ryan
Cover by Neal Adams
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Collects Captain Marvel (2002) #13-18.

The complications continue to pile up for Captain Marvel as the return of his long-thought-dead mother and the arrival of a new female Captain Marvel force Genis to re-evaluate his life and role in the universe.

Captain Marvel Vol. 3: Crazy Like A Fox

Captain Marvel Vol. 4: Odyssey

Written by Peter David
Art by Keith Giffen, Aaron Lopresti
Cover by Tony Harris
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Collects Captain Marvel (2002) #19-25.

It’s the long-awaited return of Rick Jones’ wife, Marlo. But her arrival may not be the upbeat event Rick had been hoping for…especially when the first thing she attempts to do is annihilate the new Captain Marvel! In trying to head off the horrible fate awaiting Marlo, Marv begins an odyssey into the future – where he immediately discovers he’s the only being in the universe capable of saving the Earth from a conquering, power-hungry alliance of the Kree, Skrull and Shi’ar!

Captain Marvel Vol. 4: Odyssey

Elektra Vol. 1: Introspect

Written by Greg Rucka
Art by Joe Bennett, Greg Horn, Carlo Pagulayan
Cover by Greg Horn
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Collects Elektra (2001) #10-15.

Acclaimed crime novelist Greg Rucka takes on Elektra! Who has set out to destroy the assassin’s career – and why? Elektra is determined to discover the truth – that is, if she doesn’t go mad first!

Elektra Vol. 1: Introspect

Küsse, berauschend wie Champagner

Written by Kat Cantrell
Art by Nami Akimoto
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Ein geheimes Wochenende in Las Vegas, wild und verrückt, wie aus ihren verruchtesten Fantasien. Danach hat Meredith den unwiderstehlich attraktiven Geschäftsmann Jason Lynhurst nie wiedergesehen. Bis sie schockiert feststellen muss, dass ihre im Rausch geschlossene Ehe tatsächlich rechtsgültig ist. Obwohl sie Jason gegen ihren Willen immer noch heiß begehrt, muss sie sich auf der Stelle von ihm scheiden lassen – sonst ist ihre Karriere im konservativen Familienunternehmen ein für alle Mal ruiniert! Doch wider Erwarten sagt Jason Nein zu ihrem Plan …

Küsse, berauschend wie Champagner

L’enfant Née de L’amour Secret du Milliardaire Italien

Written by Cathy Williams
Art by Masami Shinohara
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Un été, la jeune Charlotte rencontre Riccardo et tombe amoureuse. Elle découvrit alors qu’il est le fils d’une famille noble d’Italie, ne faisait que profiter de ses amours d’été. La dévotion de son cœur et de son corps se terminèrent en tragédie. Quelques années plus tard, les regards méchants de Riccardo la hantent encore et la font souffrir. Aujourd’hui agent immobilier, Charlotte est choquée lorsqu’elle découvre que son prochain client n’est autre que l’inoubliable Riccardo !

L'enfant Née de L'amour Secret du Milliardaire Italien

Monument #3

Written by Richard Perry
Art by RH Stewart
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As Nicole and DCI Venn learn that they have a common enemy, it becomes apparent that Nicole has encountered this new gang over 350 years previously. DCI Venn and Nicole understand that the only way to solve the recent murders in East London is to work together.

Monument #3

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America’s first patriotic superhero returns in June from Rob Liefeld and Archie Comics

America’s first patriotic superhero The Shield returns this June in a new one-shot comic that kicks off a re-imagined Mighty Crusaders mini-series from Archie Comics and legendary writer/artist Rob Liefeld.

The four-issue series of one-shots spanning the Mighty Crusaders assortment of superhero characters begins on June 30 with the launch of The Mighty Crusaders: The Shield #1, featuring variant covers by Liefeld and a host of renowned industry talent.

This series of action-packed one-shots will shine a spotlight on the deep bench of superhero characters in the Archie Comics library, who share a long and storied history alongside the company’s more familiar teen & romance publications, while remaining open and accessible to new readers.

Archie Comics is working with comic shop retailers to host virtual events, create exclusive variant covers for their stores, and deliver unique one-of-a-kind items timed to The Shield One-Shot’s launch.

The Mighty Crusaders: The Shield #1 features covers by Rob Liefeld, Francesco Francavilla, Aaron Lopresti, David Mack, Jerry Ordway, a Top Secret Rob Liefeld variant, as well as sketch and black variants.

Fred Van Lente and Dan Parent celebrate Archie’s 80th Anniversary with Everything’s Archie

Mixing new trends and pop culture fads while retaining a timeless aesthetic and storytelling style has been a longtime hallmark of Archie Comics and that continues this June in an all-new one-shot comic celebrating Archie’s 80th Anniversary! Everything’s Archie #1 by writer Fred Van Lente and artist Dan Parent presents an all-new story told in the traditional Archie Comics art-style, the perfect treat for longtime fans and new readers.

Van Lente, making his Archie Comics debut, and veteran Archie artist Dan Parent, who is celebrating his 35th year with the company, will be joined by longtime collaborators inker Bob Smith, colorist Glenn Whitmore, and letterer Jack Morelli on the first of this series of classic-styled one-shots comics.

Archie 80th Anniversary One-Shot: Everything’s Archie #1 arrives in comic shops on June 9th, 2021. It features covers by Parent, Ben Caldwell, Rian Gonzales, and Aaron Lopresti.

Review: Generations Shattered #1

Generations Shattered #1

Generations Shattered #1 is an interesting comic. As a standalone miniseries, the story would be quite compelling and engaging. But, with its release of “Future State”, the comic isn’t released in a vacuum. Spinning out of Dark Nights: Death Metal, the story involves a villain using the messed up time and history to shape their own. A group of heroes throughout time are gathered to save the day.

The concept of Generations Shattered #1 and where it goes would be an event miniseries I’d take a lot of interest in normally. But, it’s a bit of an oddity with the release of all of the other “Future State” comics. While they focus on possible future events, this one features a villain attempting to shape a new reality and history. Where it fits into this reshaping of the DC Universe and history is a bit of a headscratcher. While time seems to have mended as per other comics, maybe not? It’s a little unclear how this fits into what’s going on.

Written by Dan Jurgens, Andy Schmidt, and Robert Venditti, Generations Shattered #1 brings the heroes together in an oversized first issue. Dragged out feels like a better way to describe it. The issue is mostly the heroes being gathered as time is erased as it’s being rewritten. Over 45 pages are dedicated to this creating a slow build and long way to get to the point. Other comics have done the “gathering of characters” and their introduction quicker and in a much more entertaining way.

What this does though is give a massive amount of artists to stretch their legs. Each segment is handled by a different team giving the comic a jam-session sort of feel. That could be interesting as well if any of the art really popped. There’s not bad but there’s little that’s exciting either. Still, it’s fun to see the different styles and takes on the characters from so many artists.

Generations Shattered #1 is an oddity of a comic. It’s hampered by its release along “Future State” making its story a bit confusing. The concept is quite good and entertaining, especially where it leaves things. But, it takes forever to get to the interesting part. It’s a comic I both felt like a chore to read but at the same time I want to see where it goes.

Story: Dan Jurgens, Andy Schmidt, Robert Venditti
Art: Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Scott Hanna, Fernando Pasarin, Oclair Albert, Aaron Lopresti, Matt Ryan, Emanuela Lupacchino, Wade Von Grawbadger, Bernard Chang, Yanick Paquette, Kevin Nowlan, Dan Jurgens, Klaus Janson, Paul Pelletier, Sandra Hope, John Romita, Jr., Danny Miki, Doug Braithwaite, Rags Morales, Klaus Janson, Mike Perkins
Color: Hi-Fi Letterer: Tom Napolitano
Story: 6.0 Art: 7.0 Overall: 6.0 Recommendation: Read

DC Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review


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Project Patron Explores Life After Death for a Super Man

Thirty years ago, the world watched in horror as The Patron, a hero sent as humanitarian aid from a different dimension, went punch for punch with WOE, a primordial beast and a perfect match for our mighty protector. In the end, hero and villain alike fell…but the Patron returned – and continues to defend us to this day!

At least, that’s what we’ve all been told.

The truth is, the Patron died that day along with Woe. The UN replaced the Patron with a Reploid, designed to mimic the real Patron and continue on his mission of protection.

Today, the Patron Reploid is secretly piloted by an elite team – a team prepared for anything… except for the death of one of their own.

Project Patron #1 launches April 7, from writer Steve Orlando, artist Patrick Piazzalunga, colorist Carlos Lopez, a main cover by David Talaksi, and incentive cover by Aaron Lopresti.

ComiXology Has 10 New Digital Comics from Marvel, DC, and More Today

There’s an even ten new digital comics available right now on comiXology. A mix of new and older comics, there’s a lot to enjoy and read right now. Check out the new comics from Marvel, DC, Harlequin, and more right now or the individual issues below.

Decimation: Sentinel Squad One

Written by John Layman
Art by Aaron Lopresti, Norm Rapmund
Cover by Pasqual Ferry
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Collects Sentinel Squad One #1-5.

Discover the origin of the Sentinel Squad! How did they come together and become the elite group of soldiers to pilot the Sentinels that have made their presence known at the Xavier Institute?

Decimation: Sentinel Squad One

The Greek Billionaire’s Innocent Princess Vol. 5: The Royal House of Karedes

Written by Chantelle Shaw
Art by Harumo Sanazaki
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At a royal party, Kitty, a shy princess of the kingdom of Aristo, is mistaken for a maid by Greek tycoon Nikos. To avoid his pity, she gives Nikos a false name. Later, Kitty slips out of the ballroom, takes off her clothes and goes swimming in the night sea—unaware that Nikos is strolling along the beach! He then spends a wonderful night with her, his mysterious maid…

The Greek Billionaire's Innocent Princess Vol. 5: The Royal House of Karedes

Marvel Action Captain Marvel Vol. 1: Cat-Tastrophe

Written by Sam Maggs
Art by Sweeney Boo
Cover by Sweeney Boo
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Collects Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #1-3.

Carol Danvers’ quiet night with BFF Jessica Drew (a.k.a. Spider-Woman) takes a cat-astrophic turn when Manhattan’s bodegas are suddenly overrun by a host of angry felines! And not just any felines-Flerkens, the most terrifying, pocket-dimension-holding, tentacle-devouring kitty-look-alikes in the entire universe! It’s a Flerken invasion in the latest addition to the Marvel Action banner!

Marvel Action Captain Marvel Vol. 1: Cat-Tastrophe

Marvel Action Captain Marvel Vol. 2: A.I.M. Small

Written by Sam Maggs
Art by Sweeney Boo
Cover by Sweeney Boo
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Collects Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #4-6.

Carol Danvers may be used to going higher, further, faster, but on an adventure with the Unstoppable Wasp she’ll be going smaller, lower, slower! She’s been a fighter pilot, an Avenger, and a friend of flerkens, but now she’s facing her most difficult job yet… driving instructor! And teaching Nadia Van Dyne-a.k.a. The Unstoppable Wasp!-how to drive gets a whole lot harder when A.I.M. gets ahold of some Pym Particles. Suddenly tiny, can Carol and Nadia figure out A.I.M.’s plot before it’s too late?! It’s a new pint-sized Marvel Action adventure!

Marvel Action Captain Marvel Vol. 2: A.I.M. Small

The Phantom: The Complete Newspaper Dailies: 1939-1940 Vol. 3

Written by Lee Falk
Art by Wilson McCoy
Cover by Ray Moore
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The first, original, and best masked hero to ever grace the pages of comic strips and comic books returns with Hermes Press’ new complete reprint of The Phantom. Referred to by comic strip historian Maurice Horn as the “granddaddy of all costumed superheroes,” The Phantom was created in 1936 by Lee Falk with artwork by Ray Moore. Included in this volume are two years of the continuity, from 1939-1940.

The Phantom: The Complete Newspaper Dailies: 1939-1940 Vol. 3

The Phantom: The Complete Newspaper Dailies: 1943-1944 Vol. 5

Written by Lee Falk
Art by Wilson McCoy
Cover by Ray Moore
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The first, original, and best masked hero to ever grace the pages of comic strips and comic books returns with Hermes Press’ new complete reprint of The Phantom. Referred to by comic strip historian Maurice Horn as the “granddaddy of all costumed superheroes,” The Phantom was created in 1936 by Lee Falk with artwork by Ray Moore. Included in this volume are two years of the continuity, from 1943-1944.

Note: Volume 4 is unfortunately delayed due to circumstances beyond our control; please enjoy Volume 5 and Volume 4 will be out soon!

The Phantom: The Complete Newspaper Dailies: 1943-1944 Vol. 5

Sentinel Vol. 1: Salvage

Written by Sean McKeever
Art by Udon Studios
Cover by Udon Studios
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Collects Sentinel #1-6.

This teen, sci-fi drama shows one contemporary teenager’s struggle to find his own voice, to stand up for himself and to discover what it means to be a hero in the 21st century! Oh yeah, and it’s also about a boy and his giant robot!

Sentinel Vol. 1: Salvage

Sentinel Vol. 2: No Hero

Written by Sean McKeever
Art by Udon Studios
Cover by Udon Studios
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Collects Sentinel #7-12.

Juston Seyfert’s life is changing faster than he could have ever dreamed. But it’s not just acne and algebra tests that this high school sophomore has to cope with… Juston has a secret bigger than anyone in his hometown of Antigo, Wisconsin, could possibly have imagined: He’s discovered the battle-ravaged remains of a Sentinel – a gigantic mutant-hunting robot built by the government – in his family’s junkyard and has used his prodigious technical skills to put the mechanical marauder back together!

Sentinel Vol. 2: No Hero

Stepping Out Of The Shadows

Written by Robyn Donald
Art by Ruka Kirishima
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Marisa can’t believe her eyes when Rafe Peveril, a gorgeous millionaire and brilliant business owner, steps into her shop after six years of not seeing each other. The last time she’d caught sight of him was during the aftermath of a terrible plane crash. Marisa has completely changed her identity since then, but she still remembers every detail of the man she embraced that night. Rafe, however, has no memory of it. Could Marisa hold the clue to restoring his lost memory?

Stepping Out Of The Shadows

Superman: Man of Tomorrow #17

Written by Stephanie Phillips
Pencils V Ken Marion
Inks V Ken Marion
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A hostage situation at a hospital calls for Superman to negotiate and bring an end to the dire setting. But when he learns why he’s been called, he’ll need to make a choice to give in to the criminal’s demands or risk everyone’s lives in the process!

Superman: Man of Tomorrow #17

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Preview: Justice League Annual #2

Justice League Annual #2

Written by: Robert Venditti
Art by: Aaron Lopresti

It’s a locked-room murder mystery in the Hall of Justice! Superman, an investigative journalist; Batman, the World’s Greatest Detective; the Flash; a CSI technician; Wonder Woman; a mystical detective for the Justice League Dark; and Green Lantern, an intergalactic police officer, must put their heroic minds together to solve the case. The Hall houses some of the greatest artifacts in the DC Universe—but also its deadliest. Who is the victim? Who is the culprit? And what is the motive? Can the Justice League put together the clues to solve the mystery before the murderer strikes again—and at them? Their lives depend on it!

Justice League Annual #2

Preview: Justice League #50

Justice League #50

Written by: Simon Spurrier
Art by: Aaron Lopresti

Special extra-size anniversary issue! It’s the final chapter of “The Rule of War”-and all the rules are broken! On the alien planet Trotha, Empress Siddinx’s plan is revealed, and it’s nothing short of world domination-with the Justice League entangled in her puppet strings. But how can the team save a population that now hates and fears them?

Justice League #50

Preview: Justice League #49

Justice League #49

Written by: Simon Spurrier
Art by: Aaron Lopresti

“The Rule of War” part two! After the devastating events of last issue, the League is separated and labeled as alien visitors on a war-torn planet. With events spiraling out of control, and no leader to guide planet Trotha’s citizens, how can the League save this world without interfering? As the team battles rogue factions, Batman makes a startling discovery that will threaten any hope the team has of returning home!

Justice League #49

Preview: Justice League #48

Justice League #48

Written by: Simon Spurrier
Art by: Aaron Lopresti

As writer Simon Spurrier jumps on board for the start of the three-part tale “The Rule of War,” it’s close encounters…of a Justice League kind! After answering a distress signal from distant space, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, and Green Lantern discover an abandoned cargo ship full of young aliens! When the League attempts to return the children to their home planet, they are met with awe, terror, and war! Thus begins a three-part storyline that will take the League to a previously unknown planet, with an all-new species, a dangerous mystery, and a new, otherworldly villain.

Justice League #48
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