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SDCC 2019: Humanoids Announces its Exclusives and Panels

Humanoids have revealed their San Diego Comic-Con 2019 exclusives and details for their SDCC panel, in advance of the convention. 

Humanoids will be selling an SDCC Limited exclusive edition of Ignited #1, featuring an all new cover by superstar artist and Humanoids’ new Chief Creative Officer John Cassaday, by co-writers Mark Waid and Kwanza Osajefo, artist Phil Briones, and colorist Andrew Crossley.

Ignited #1 SDCC exclusive variant

Welcome to the H1 Universe and Ignited, Humanoids’ first ever ongoing super-powered series-brought to you by an explosive team: writers Mark Waid (Kingdom Come) and Kwanza Osajyefo (Black AF), and artist Phil Briones (Aquaman), with covers by John Cassaday and Yanick Paquette. It’s the first day back at Phoenix Academy High, but this year there’s no back-to-school excitement in the air as returning students and faculty are haunted by memories of last year’s horrific attack. So many friends and colleagues were lost, and some of those who survived underwent changes; they Ignited, gaining supernatural abilities they barely understand. Little do they know this is just the beginning.


Humanoids will also be giving away a Limited Edition Ignited print by John Cassaday during the John Cassaday/Mark Waid signing at the Humanoids Booth #2021 at 7 pm on Preview Night, Wednesday, July 17th. Humanoids will also be giving the print to all the attendees of the H1 panel at 5:30 pm in Room 8 on Saturday, July 20th, while supplies last 

Limited Edition Ignited print by John Cassaday

Fans are also invited to the “Ignite with Humanoid’s H1 Stars” at the Humanoids SDCC panel, Saturday, 5:30-6:30 Room 8

Controversial, political and timely, Humanoids’ new shared universe H1 has the comic book industry talking. Join moderator Hector Navarro (Nerdist, Geek and Sundry), Humanoids Chief Creative Officer John Cassaday, Director of Creative Development Mark Waid (Ignited), and some of the most exciting creators in comics — including Ignited co-writer Kwanza Osajyefo and artist Phil Briones, The Big Country writer Quinton Peeples and artist Dennis Calero, Meyer writer Jonathan Lang, Strangelands co-writer Magdalene Visaggio and Omni artist Alitha Martinez — for a candid conversation about breaking the status quo and telling new stories with H1. An exclusive  John Cassaday Ignited print will be given out at the panel. 

Review: Hulkverines!

A soldier infused with the DNA of the Hulk and Wolverine? It might sound silly but it works really well! Hulkverines collects the three issue series and brings Weapon H, the Hulk, and Wolverine together for the first time!

Story: Greg Pak
Art: Ario Anindito, Guiu Vilanova
Color: Morry Hollowell, Andrew Crossley, Chris Sotomayor
Letterer: Joe Caramagna

Get your copy in comic shops now and in book stores on June 25! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Review: Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor

Wolverine is back? His body is missing and a team of X-Men including Storm, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Jubilee, Psylocke, and Domino are off to Madripoor to confront Magneto who they think stole the body!

Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor collects Hunt for Wolverine #1 and Mystery in Madripoor #1-4 by Charles Soule, Jim Zub, David Marquez, Paulo Siqueira, Thony Silas, Leonard Kirk, Walden Wong, Rachelle Rosenberg, Ruth Redmond, Felipe Sobreiro, and Andrew Crossley.

Get your copy in comic shops now and book stores December 18! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Review: Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 7 My Two Dads

Meet Master Matrix who has a connection to Peter Parker’s parents and might destroy the planet in the future! Not if Deadpool, Spider-Man, Old Man Deadpool, and Old Man Spider-Man have anything to say about it!

Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 7 My Two Dads collects issues #33-40 by Robbie Thompson, Scott Hepburn, Flaviano, Matt Horak, Jim Towe, Sean Parsons, Cam Smith, Livesay, Craig Yeung, Keith Champagne, Ian Herring, Brian Reber, Andrew Crossley, and Jim Campbell.

Get your copy in comic shops today and book stores on December 11! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Review: Vault of Spiders #1

Only a Spider-Army can stop the end of the Multiverse! Meet Web-Slinger, the Spider-Man from the Wild West,. He is the Emissary from Hell, he is SUPAIDAMAN! The Spider-Man from the live-action Spider-Man show that aired in Japan in the 1970s is back. And that’s just a glimpse into the Vault of Spiders!

One of the fun things about the Spider-Man multiverse events is that they’ve delivered utterly insane Spider-Man concepts and allowed Marvel, and creators, to explore their multiverse in a controlled way. Things still have to be Spider focused but they can be a little out there. That has made those events a lot of fun and entertaining. So, I was looking forward to Vault of Spiders #1, a spin-off of the excellent Spider-Geddon and walked away, a little bummed.

Vault of Spiders #1 is an anthology so the quality of stories and art is all over the place. Some are good and others head scratching. What’s good about this issue is there really are great concepts. All are great concepts. The executions though, some were a bit lacking.

Spider-Byte and Savage Spider-Man stand out from the four stories. The first stands out for the concept and creativity, and solid costume design, while the latter due to its fantastic art and twist at the end. Both are entertaining and deliver something a little different.

The Web-Slinger, a western set story, and Final Galaxy Battle!, the Japanese take on Spider-Man each have their charms but also stumble. The western aspect is played up a lot and in some ways entertaining but with the story relying on a twist of a character as far as the bad guy, there’s a shrug of the shoulders where a reveal should shock readers. A connection there is missing. The Japanese Spider-Man, while the art is fantastic reminding me of classic manga, the story is headscratching in every way. It makes no sense. That’s part of the point, I think, but when everything else in the comic winks and nods as to their roots (Savage is straight up Tarzan), this one maybe goes a bit too far.

Vault of Spiders #1 is a bit of a let down but fun to see the various versions of Spider-Man. I’d love to see this as an ongoing with longer stories, the brevity was a hindrance. Like a lot of anthologies, there’s some good here and some bad but if you’re a Spider fan it might be worth checking out.

Prologue
Story: Jed MacKay Art/Ink: Scott Koblish
Color: Andres Mossa Lettering: VC’s Travis Lanham

The Web-Slinger
Story: Cullen Bunn Art: Javier Pulido
Color: Muntsa Vicente Lettering: VC’s Joe Caramagna

Final Galaxy Battle!
Story: Jed MacKay Art/Ink/Lettering: Sheldon Vella

Spider-Byte
Story: Nilah Magruder Art/Ink: Alberto Alburquerque
Color: Andrew Crossley Letterer: VC’s Travis Lanham

Story: 7.0 Art: 7.0 Overall: 7.0 Recommendation: Read

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Review: X-Men: Gold Vol. 4 The Negative Zone War

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got the X-Men!

X-Men: Gold Vol. 4 The Negative Zone War collects issues #16-20 and material from #12 by Marc Guggenheim, Luke Ross, Lan Medina, Ken Lashley, Jay Leisten, Craig Yeung, Frank Martin, and Andrew Crossley.

Get your copy in comic shops today and in book stores April 10. To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Review: Black Panther Vol. 4: Avengers of the New World Book 1

Black Panther is coming to theaters and we’re reviewing each trade paperback volume of the current ongoing series from Marvel! We continue with the first part of “Avengers of the New World.”

Black Panther Vol. 4: Avengers of the New World Book 1 collects issues #13-18 by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Chris Sprouse, Wilfredo Torres, Adam Gorham, Jacen Burrows, Terry Pallot, Walden Wong, Karl Story, Dexter Vines, Laura Martin, and Andrew Crossley.

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Marvel Weekly Graphic Novel Review: Carnage USA, Death of X, and X-Factor

It’s Wednesday which means new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. We’ve got three volumes from Marvel covering some of their newer releases.

Carnage U.S.A. collecting issues #1-5 by Zeb Wells and Clayton Crain.

Death of X collecting issues #1-4 by Jeff Lemire, Charles Soule, Aaron Kuder, Javier Garron, Jay Leisten, Cam Smith, Scott Hanna, Morry Hollowell, Jay David Ramos, Jason Keith, Wil Quintana, Matt Milla, and Andrew Crossley.

X-Factor Epic Collection: Genesis & Apocalypse collecting Avengers #263, Fantastic Four #286, X-Factor #1-9 & Annual #1, Iron Man Annual #8, Amazing Spider-Man #282, and material from Classic X-Men #8 & #43.

Find out what each trade has in store and whether you should grab yourself a copy. You can find all three in comic stores March 1 and bookstores March 14.

Get your copies now. To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Carnage U.S.A.
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Death of X
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X-Factor Epic Collection: Genesis & Apocalypse
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Preview: Bubblegun #3

BUBBLEGUN #3

Mark Roslan ­ Story / Mike Bowden ­ Art / David Curiel, Andrew Crossley – Colors / Josh Reed – Lettering

They like the tech, but live for the high stakes!

The team squares off against Craine and his cybernetic ninja assault squad, as Vitadrone’s deadly powerhouse brings the fight down upon their headquarters. Along the way, the team learns the tragic sacrifice that their line of work costs, including a pair of life or death choices for Molli and Roman!

Creator and writer Mark Roslan, along with penciler Mike Bowden and colorist David Curiel invite you to take part in what¹s sure to become Aspen¹s next hit sci-fi, action adventure series, BUBBLEGUN!

BUBBLEGUN #3 is in stores September 18th, 2013!

BubbleGun-03a-Bowden

Joe Mulvey Set to Scam the Comic Market!

Official Press Release

Mulvey Set to SCAM the Comic Market

January 11, 2012 — New York, NY — The first printing of SCAM #1, the comic book debut of writer/artist Joe Mulvey, will hit the shelves of select comic retailers on January 25, 2012.

SCAM is “X-Men meets Oceans 11″ and involves a team of super-powered grifters on the biggest con of their lives…taking down a Vegas casino and getting revenge on a former teammate who double-crossed them.

SCAM #1 is the double-sized first installment of a five-issue mini-series, and marks the latest release from creator-owned publisher ComixTribe (The Red Ten, The Standard.)

SCAM #1 first printing is limited to only 777 copies, and will be exclusive in just 21 comic shops!

SCAM #1 will release on January 25, the last new comic day of the month. Physical retail copies will be EXCLUSIVE to only those 21 stores for 30 days, before ComixTribe opens up wider distribution for the second printing and future issues.

“ComixTribe is delivering a fantastic product, a great attitude, and amazing retail support,” says Chris Humphries of Alpha Comics in Canada, one of the SCAM 21.  “Of course, as a new small shop, I love having exclusivity.”

Retailers taking large positions in the book are eligible for the “Pit Boss Upgrade”- an exclusive, store-branded cover of SCAM #1.  “We did EXTREMELY well with Sam Humphries’ SACRIFICE recently, so we are all about the self-published stuff,” said Steve Anderson of Maryland-based Third Eye Comics, one such retailer.

To promote the book, Mulvey will be doing a release party signing at a New York-area comic shop on January 25 (details pending), and will follow it with a New England Comics Retailers Alliance (NECRA) store tour, which starts at Friendly Neighborhood Comics in Bellingham, MA Saturday, February 4, 2012 at 11:00 am, and continues on to Larry’s Wonderful World of Comics in Lowell, MA, at 3:00 pm.

A full list of retailers carrying SCAM is included below.

Retailers: Interested in Joining the SCAM 21?

ComixTribe has a limited number of spots left for retailers interested in becoming one of only 21 retailers carrying SCAM #1 in January.  These spots will be filled first-come, first-serve, so if you are a progressive retailer looking to support quality creator-owned books and want exclusivity for 30 days, contact tyler.james@comixtribe.com (or DM @tylerjamescomic at Twitter) immediately.

Readers: Don’t Miss Out On SCAM #1 First Printing!

Want to make sure you get a copy of SCAM #1? Readers have three options available to purchase:

1.) Pre-order now from any of the retailers listed below to reserve your copy and pick-up January 25, 2012.

2.)  If your retailer is not carrying SCAM #1, pre-order now directly from ComixTribe.com. http://comixtribe.storenvy.com/

3.) Buy it digitally on January 25, from digital distribution partners, including Graphic.ly, DriveThruComics, MyDigitalComics, and Wowio.

Stay tuned to whatsthescam.net and our Online Press Release for more retailer announcement, previews, updates and more!

8-Page Preview of SCAM #1!








Book DetailsSCAM #1 is a double-sized first issue, 44 pages, full color.
Story & Art – Joe Mulvey
Digital Inks – John Ercek and Jules Rivera
Colors – Andrew Crossley
Letters – AndWorld Design
Cover – Joe Mulvey and Andrew Crossley
Editor – Tyler James and Steven Forbes
Publisher: ComixTribe
Format: 44 pages, Full color
Rarting: Teen + Up
Price: $3.99
©2012 Joe MulveyAnnounced Retailers Carrying SCAM #1 include:

Third Eye Comics – (Pit Boss Retailer! Exclusive Store Variant Available!)
Double Midnight Comics – Manchester, NH
Friendly Neighborhood Comics (SCAM Tour Destination!) Bellingham, MA
Larry’s Wonderful World of Comics (SCAM Tour Destination!) – Lowell, MA
Happy Harbor – Edmonton, Alberta, CA
Alpha Comics – Calgary, Alberta, CA
Jetpack Comics – Rochester, NH
Casablanca Comics – Portland, ME & Windham, ME
Comics Den – Queens, NY
Collector’s Paradise – Canoga Park, CA & Pasadena, CA

About Joe Mulvey

Joe Mulvey is a freelance graphic artist from NYC, trying to spread his love of comics and take over the world one panel at a time. Visit him at http://joemulveyart.com, or follow him on Twitter @joemulv. 

About ComixTribe

ComixTribe is a publisher of creator-owned comics, including EPIC, Tears of the Dragon, The Red Ten, The Standard, SCAM, and Runners.  In addition to being a publishing imprint, ComixTribe is also an online community, with the mission statement: Creators helping creators make better comics. ComixTribe also sponsors the annual 30 Characters Challenge, an online art event where participants challenge themselves to create 30 brand new characters in just 30 days, one for every day of November. Visit ComixTribe.com or email publisher Tyler James (tyler.james@comixtribe.com) to learn more.