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Check Out Today’s New comiXology Digital Releases

Harley Quinn: Make Em Laugh #1

It’s Wednesday which means new comics are filling the shelves of your local shops as well as digital shops.

Below is all of the new comics you can find on comiXology today. There’s something for everyone available at the touch of your fingertip.

Check out the full list of releases here or see the individual releases below.



American Mythology Productions

Archie Comics

BOOM! Studios

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Darby Pop Publishing

Dark Horse Comics

DC Comics

DC Thomson

Drawn & Quarterly

Dynamite Entertainment

IDW Publishing

Image Comics


The Red #1

Oni Press


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Comic Artist Mike Kaluta Sharpens His Blade for American Mythology’s New Zorro Adventures!

American Mythology Productions has announced to fans a new line of Zorro comics just last month, promising to take the iconic fan favorite character in bold new directions, has another major announcement regarding the comic series. Renowned comic artist Michael Kaluta has signed on to produce art for the books, helping to lead up to the character’s 100th-year celebration in 2019.

Kaluta, a staple in the comic book community since the early 1970’s, began his career with work on Edgar Rice Burroughs novel adaptations for DC comics and made a name for himself with his elaborate panel designs and books like The Shadow in 1973-74.  Kaluta has worked with a number of major comic book publishers over his career, such as Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Vertigo, IDW, and now American Mythology.

He is a multi-award-winning artist for his work in comics over the last five decades. No stranger to pulp hero action, he promises to pack even more punch to an already exciting series taking Zorro into dark waters as he battles supernatural beings and demonic forces. The artist’s work will be showcased beginning with the new series’ planned second story arc Zorro: Sacrilege. Fans of the artist will have even more to celebrate as Kaluta looks to return to his ERB roots by contributing to American Mythology’s upcoming Carson of Venus series and the horror title, Eternal Thirst of Dracula.

The first story arc for the Zorro series will be written by David Avallone.

Zorro: Swords of Hell #1 will be out August.

Zorro Returns to Comics in August

In advance of next year’s landmark 100-year anniversary of the character, American Mythology has announced that Zorro – the swashbuckling adventurer of literature and film – will return to comics in August 2018 with a bold and unexpected twist:, the Zorro tales will have a supernatural bent, pitting the famed hero against demons, vampires, and all forms of paranormal evil. Zorro: Swords of Hell, the first miniseries of the Maryland-based publisher’s thrilling new western horror direction, will be written by David Avallone, illustrated by Roy Allan Martinez, and colored by Enrica Angiolini.

In Swords of Hell #1, wealthy playboy Don Diego de la Vega celebrates the defeat of his nemesis, the villainous Alcalde Quintero, by his secret alter-ego Zorro with a joyous celebration at his hacienda… but unknown to de la Vega and his beloved Lolita, his actions have set a terrible vengeance in motion. A dark power has risen in Alta California, an unstoppable horde of demonic horsemen intent on bringing Hell to Earth, and Zorro – the defender of the people – must use every weapon, every skill, every ounce of strength and resolve to bring this infernal incursion to heel.

The debut issue of Zorro: Swords of Hell features a wide selection of cover variants, providing fans and retailers with the freedom of choice:

  • Main Cover by interior artist Roy Allan Martinez
  • “Demon Fury” Variant by S.L. Gallant (G.I. JoeMarvel Adventures: The Avengers)
  • “Classic Nostalgia” Variant by Jon Pinto (Stargate Atlantis)
  • “Visions of Zorro” Limited Edition Variant, by cartooning legend Alex Toth (Super FriendsThe Herculoids), limited to a print run of only 450 comics
  •  “Blank Sketch” Variant, perfect for professional and aspiring artists to illustrate

American Mythology Lands at Baltimore Comic Con!

American Mythology will be at this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con (Booth #2107), where they will be joined by some of the industry’s best creators for signings, panels, and more! The 18th annual Baltimore Comic-Con will be held in the city’s scenic Inner Harbor September 22nd – 24th at the Baltimore Convention Center. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the official website here.

Be certain to stop by booth #2107 to pick up American Mythology’s two newest limited-edition Eternal Thirst of Dracula trading cards! Receive one card with any purchase made with American Mythology, and the other by simply mentioning Dracula at the booth! And while you’re there, you’ll have the chance to meet some of your favorite American Mythology creators, including:

  • Mike Wolfer
  • Natalie Jane
  • Todd Livingston (Fri – Saturday)
  • Nick Capetanakis
  • S.A. Check
  • James Kuhoric

In addition, American Mythology will host an exciting panel full of nostalgia and happy childhood memories on Sunday, September 24th! Entitled, “The Return of Classic Cartoon Comics: Underdog, Casper, Rocky & Bullwinkle, and Pink Panther, the panel will take place between 12:15 and 1:15 pm in room 345-345, and include guests S.A. Check, Pat Shand, John Gallagher, S.L. Gallant, and Mike Wolfer as they share their memories of these cereal and milk classics and discuss new all-ages fun coming your way from American Mythology next year!

Preview: Broken Moon: Legends of the Deep #4

Broken Moon: Legends of the Deep #4

created by Philip Kim
written by Ben Meares
illustrated by the amazing Nat Jones

The great C’thulhu has returned to poison the world. But what kind of war can Korbin and his friends make against madness?

The solution may just lie with a small coven of vampires, who have gone into hiding since the destruction of Vampire City. Marzia, their leader, still scarred from the previous battle, is not keen on working with humans and werewolves — until she witnesses firsthand what effect C’thulhu has on the vampires’ prey… and the results are not pretty.

Thus a reluctant alliance is formed in this new issue of BROKEN MOON: LEGENDS OF THE DEEP, a watery post-apocalypse created by Philip Kim (MONSTER WORLD), written by Ben Meares (HELLRAISER), and illustrated by the amazing Nat Jones (’68).

The Legends are True – C’thulhu Lives. Broken Moon: Legends of the Deep #3 Preview.

The ocean holds many secrets… and in the post-apocalypse, they’re coming into the open! First gill men, then the demented creatures known as “Tok-tok”… and now, David, Avery, and Keeney — survivors of the attack on Vampire City — have come bearing tales of mysterious “Depth Dwellers” who speak of an ancient god.

A sudden explosion has sent Korbin and To’klace’s group of gill men scattering for cover, and the culprit is none other than Lorren! But even the crazed gang leader is given pause when something enormous rises from the water, bringing truth to the legends and madness to all living things.

Don’t miss the newest installment of the hit series created by Philip Kim and written by Ben Meares, with moody artwork by Nat Jones.


Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Pellucidar Returns Fans To A Fantastically Weird World Within Our Own

One of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ greatest fictional realms is set to make its comic book return in a way that is sure to thrill fans of the fantasy author’s classic works! Pellucidar returns to comics this summer with a new chapter to this timeless classic that explores the idea of a world buried deep within our own.  Sometimes the greatest mysteries are the ones within!

Under special license from Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., the denizens of Pellucidar, the danger-filled world at the Earth’s core, will find their new home at American Mythology Productions in 2017. The all-new adventures will be written by AM’s “The Land That Time Forgot” author Mike Wolfer, and readers will first be introduced to Pellucidar in the pages of the next “TLTTF” mini-series, “Terror from the Earth’s Core,” a special cross-over event that pits the two legendary worlds head-to-head in one incredible, science fiction action/adventure.

In the crossover series, Bowen Tyler, Lys La Rue, Baron Friedrich von Schoenvorts, and Abby Tyler and her crew of explorers will find their survival in prehistoric Caspak challenged when the telepathic, prehistoric Mahars emerge from the center of the Earth through an ancient lava tube, bent on subjugating the island continent. The overthrown, former rulers of Pellucidar will stop at nothing to acquire a new kingdom to enslave, but savage Caspak will not go down without a fight.

In the announcement’s release, Wolfer said:

In the current comic book market, we’re seeing a huge number of crossovers of different licensed properties, but I don’t think any two worlds were meant to co-exist more than Caspak and Pellucidar, which were both created by Burroughs.

I’ve had immense fun writing ‘TLTTF,’ and creating a true sequel to the classic series that injects modern characters into the mix,” Wolfer said. “In the previous mini-series (‘Prisoners of Caspak’), we found that there’s a ‘time bubble’ around the island, which allows it to remain hidden, and those who pass through the veil also traverse time. In this way, we have several new characters from the 21st century who now co-exist with the 1916 cast, and in the upcoming crossover, all of them will have to fight for their lives, not only against Caspak itself, but against the hideous threat of the Mahars.

I’m also a real fan of teasers, so we’re going to see the first hint of the coming crossover in ‘The Land That Time Forgot Annual,’ which is a solo story featuring the prehistoric heroine, See-Ta.

On sale this spring, the “Annual” is a double-sized, one-shot tale written and illustrated by Wolfer, with colors by Ceci de la Cruz. This will be followed by the first issue of The Land That Time Forgot: Terror from the Earth’s Core in May, after which the first “Pellucidar” mini-series will premiere in late 2017.

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American Mythology Mega-Signing for Release of New Equilibrium Series at Baltimore Comic-Con

EquilibriumAmerican Mythology Productions will be one of the featured publishers at this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con, hailed as “America’s Greatest Comic Book Convention” as it enters its 16th exciting year. The company is hoping to continue to attract and introduce new fans to its rapidly expanding catalogue of licensed and creator owned titles such as: Stargate: Atlantis, The Pink Panther, The Three Stooges, Equilibrium, The Land That Time Forgot, Zombie-Proof, Werewolves vs. Dinosaurs, and many others fan favorites. The convention has been a staple in the Baltimore community for many years and continues to grow in popularity, attracting fans and comic book professionals from all over the country.

As a special event at this year’s convention, AM will be hosting an ultra-rare mega-signing to coincide with the company’s latest release, the cult-classic sci-fi spectacular Equilibrium. Taking the property in a bold new direction, writer Pat Shand will be on hand to discuss his work, as well as artists Dan Parsons and Matt Slay, letterer-extraordinaire Natalie Jane, and editor & designer Mike Wolfer. All five contributors will be there for a one-time chance to discuss and sign their work. AM will have a BCC Equilibrium exclusive edition comic available to help celebrate this special one-time event to speak to the creative team behind the release.

The company’s signing schedule for the entire three day event in Booth #2206 will spotlight some of their signature books, from popular all-ages titles to their new “AM Dark” line of horror comics:

Buz Hasson (Stargate) 2:00 – 3:00 (Sketching)
Mike Wolfer (The Land that Time Forgot / Crypt of Screams) 2:00 – 4:00
James Kuhoric (Three Stooges / Pink Panther) 3:00 – 5:00
Natalie Jane (Equilibrium / The Land that Time Forgot) 4:00 – 6:00

Greg LaRocque (Three Stooges / Stargate) 11:00 – 1:00
S.A. Check (Pink Panther / Three Stooges) 11:00 – 1:00

Equilibrium Mega Signing
Dan Parsons, Matt Slay, Pat Shand, Mike Wolfer, Natalie Jane – 2:00 – 3:00

Buz Hasson (Stargate) 4:00 – 5:00 (Sketching)
S.A. Check (Pink Panther / Three Stooges) 4:00 – 6:00
James Kuhoric (Pink Panther / Three Stooges) 4:00 – 6:00
Mike Wolfer (The Land that Time Forgot / Crypt of Screams) 5:00 – 7:00
Natalie Jane (Equilibrium / The Land that Time Forgot) 5:00 – 7:00

Panel 10:45- 11:45

S.A. Check (Pink Panther / Three Stooges) 12:00 – 2:00
Mike Wolfer (The Land that Time Forgot / Crypt of Screams) 12:00 – 2:00

Equilibrium Mega Signing
Dan Parsons, Matt Slay, Pat Shand, Mike Wolfer, Natalie Jane – 2:00 – 3:00

James Kuhoric (Pink Panther / Three Stooges) 2:00 – 4:00
Natalie Jane (Equilibrium / The Land that Time Forgot) 2:00 – 4:00

American Mythology’s Fall Lineup on Display at Baltimore Comic-Con

American MythologyAmerican Mythology Productions (AM) will be one of the featured publishers at this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con, hailed as “America’s Greatest Comic Book Convention” as it enters its 16th exciting year. The company is hoping to continue to attract and introduce new fans to its rapidly expanding catalogue of licensed and creator-owned titles such as: Stargate: Atlantis, The Pink Panther, The Three Stooges, Equilibrium, The Land That Time Forgot, Zombie-Proof, Werewolves vs. Dinosaurs, and many others fan favorites. The convention has been a staple in the Baltimore community for many years and continues to grow in popularity, attracting fans and comic book professionals from all over the country. Tickets are now available.

AM’s diverse collection of titles received another marked boost with the help of Roddenberry Entertainment. The company will release Days Missing: Enox as a full-color comic celebrating the sci-fi series’ epic conclusion this fall. Also recently announced are AM’s plans to release a new series of Stargate Universe comics, following their success with the Stargate Atlantis series. The SGU books will stay with the same format used in SGA, and continue directly from where the television series left off.

The company’s all-ages comics will also be on display, from their hit Pink Panther comics, which will be released as a collected trade hard cover edition this November, to the new adventures of everyone’s favorite funnymen – The Three Stooges – to be featured in this year’s Halloween ComicFest in October. They’ll also have convention exclusive editions of Pink Panther #1 and Equilibrium #1 on hand for sale to fans and attendees all weekend.

The booth will host many of the artists, writers, and editors that are currently working with the company, like comic book veteran Mike Wolfer, who both wrote and provided art for the company’s release of the Edgar Rice Burrough’s The Land That Time Forgot. Wolfer is also releasing a new horror comic this fall through the company, Crypt of Screams, coming this November! Comics legend Greg LaRoque will be there talking about his recent art for the company’s Stargate Atlantis books. Writers James Kuhoric and S.A. Check will be promoting their work with The Three Stooges, Pink Panther, and other upcoming comics. And Natalie Jane, comic book letterer extraordinaire, will be on hand all weekend to talk comics with fans. Finally, there will be an Equilibrium exclusive mega-signing at the convention, featuring not just one, but nearly all of the book’s contributors, Pat Shand, Matt Slay, Dan Parsons, Mike Wolfer, and Natalie Jane on Saturday and Sunday 2:00 – 3:00 at the American Mythology booth, in a rare treat for fans of the series.