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AfterShock Reveals Croak from Paul Tobin, Andy MacDonald, DJ Chawls, and Taylor Esposito

Croak #1

Writer: Paul Tobin
Artist: Andy MacDonald
Colorist: DJ Chavis
Letterer: Taylor Esposito
Cover: Andy MacDonald w/ DJ Chavis
Incentive Cover: James Harren
$4.99 / 32 Pages / Color / 11.10.2021

Seven years ago, an attempt to weaponize dreams resulted in holes being punched through the world we know and into the world of dreams. Nightmarish creatures now stalk the land, sprouting from (and killing) anyone unlucky enough to dream. The only way to save the world is for certain people to have their dreams come true.

Which is how Risa Harumi finds herself not only fighting monsters, but forced into finding true love. Monsters and modern dating? It feels like a nightmare either way, and the only help Risa has is a friendly-ish monster named Croak and her pre-teen daughter, Machi.

From Paul Tobin (BUNNY MASK) and Andy MacDonald (I BREATHED A BODY, Multiple Man), comes a unique story of one woman’s quest to save the world, if only she could learn the difference between love and monsters.

Preview: Green Lantern #5

Green Lantern #5

Written by: Geoffrey Thorne
Art by: Andy MacDonald, Marco Santucci

As Far Sector’s Jo Mullein begins to investigate the suspects most likely responsible for the destruction of the Green Lantern Corps, she winds up face-to-face with one of its greatest enemies-Sinestro. Was this the former Green Lantern’s plan all along? Did he destroy the Green Lantern’s Central Power Battery so his Sinestro Corps could take over the empty sectors of space? While Jo searches for answers, John Stewart attempts to fight his way out of the uncharted and unregulated dark sectors of space-with no ring to help protect or guide him. Searching for the other missing Lanterns, John realizes they may not all make it home.

Green Lantern #5

Preview: Wonder Woman #775

Wonder Woman #775

Written by: Jordie Bellaire, Michael Conrad, Becky Cloonan
Art by: Paulina Ganucheau, Andy MacDonald

Welcome to the Graveyard of Gods, Wonder Woman…the Keeper of the Grounds anticipates your arrival! Many enter these hallowed grounds of the DCU, but none return to the world of the living. So how is Diana supposed to save herself, let alone a whole pantheon of gods? With her weapons rendered useless, she’ll have to find the key to victory within! Plus, in a seemingly happier time, Young Diana emerges from her readings just in time to discover that Clio has been possessed by the very texts they wished to save! How could the pursuit of knowledge become something so twisted? Find out as our young hero battles for her life against her former teacher!

Wonder Woman #775

Preview: Wonder Woman #774

Wonder Woman #774

Written by: Jordie Bellaire, Michael Conrad, Becky Cloonan
Art by: Paulina Ganucheau, Andy MacDonald

Olympus has fallen! With the kingdom of the gods in ruins, Wonder Woman finds that only two remain, wounded and abandoned by one of their own! The rest of the Olympians are dead and now it’s up to Diana to travel to the Graveyard of the Gods to recover their souls. Seems like even in the afterlife there is no rest for our hero. Will she ever be able to take her rightful place in the Greek pantheon? Or is she doomed to roam the realm for the rest of eternity? Meanwhile, in Diana’s past, our young hero comes into contact with Man’s World for the first time. After deciding to read one of the missing texts, she becomes enamored with the story it tells. Now her teacher Clio must bring the princess back to reality or lose her pupil for good!

Wonder Woman #774

Review: I Breathed a Body #5

I Breathed a Body #5 brings all its concepts together in a orgiastic cacophony of gore.

Story: Zac Thompson
Art: Andy MacDonald
Color: Triona Farrell
Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

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Review: I Breathed a Body #4

Trigger warning: comic features suicide

I Breathed a Body #4 gives us a lot of wtf. We’re so confused.

Story: Zac Thompson
Art: Andy MacDonald
Color: Triona Farrell
Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

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Exclusive Preview: I Breathed a Body #4

I BREATHED A BODY #4

Writer: Zac Thompson 
Artist: Andy MacDonald 
Colorist: Triona Farrell 
Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou 
Cover: Andy MacDonald w/ Triona Farrell
$3.99 / 32 pages / Color / On Sale 4.28.2021

A science fiction horror series about social media, big tech, and influencer culture. 

More determined than ever, Anne risks her life and soul to perform a dangerous ritual that will change the world. So begins the final livestream, broadcast to every single one of Mylo’s 400 million subscribers: This is not a dream, not a dream, we’re using the bacterial cultures in your body as an electrical receiver. You must heed our next words very carefully…

I BREATHED A BODY #4

Review: I Breathed a Body #3

Trigger warning: comic features suicide

I Breathed a Body #3 gets philosophical while keeping the gore flowing and what’s up with that beginning!?

Story: Zac Thompson
Art: Andy MacDonald
Color: Triona Farrel
Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

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Review: I Breathed a Body #2

After the shocking suicide in the first issue, what’s a social media tech empire to do?

I Breathed a Body #2 goes in a pretty depraved and intriguing direction.

Story: Zac Thompson
Art: Andy MacDonald
Color: Triona Farrel
Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

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

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Review: I Breathed a Body #1

I Breathed a Body #1

With a bit of trypophobia, making it through I Breathed a Body #1 was a bit rough. The imagery kept me uneasy and a bit squeamish. But getting through that, I Breathed a Body #1 is an interesting story about the power of technology and social networking.

Written by Zac Thompson, I Breathed a Body #1 introduces us to a social network and its star. A punk of a kid whose pranks hurt individuals, the apologies are hollow, and whose views deliver a lot of revenue.

There’s really something interesting here as the discussion about the power of technology companies and their ability to manipulate individuals. There’s also really smart discussion of the spiraling of technology and the rewarding bad behavior. These are real-world issues discussed today, real issues being debated.

Thompson has laid the groundwork for a horror story with a much deeper meaning to it. It does what a lot of horror does, deliver an examination of something beyond scares.

And those scares and unease are delivered by Andy MacDonald. The art is fantastic and kept me off-centered the entire time. There’s something to it that delivers an experience that’s both clean and sterilized and at the same time with a slight Hellraiser vibe about it. With Triona Farrell‘s color and Hassan Otsmae-Elhaou‘s lettering, the visuals keep me off-centered and a little nauseous. It’s probably how I should really feel about social media and the power of tech companies honestly.

Despite my trypophobia, I Breathed a Body #1 is an intriguing start of a series. There’s a lot to chew on for a comic that clearly has something to say. Things will be interesting to see where they go from here and what exactly is on these creator’s minds.

Story: Zac Thompson Art: Andy MacDonald
Color: Triona Farrell Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou
Story: 8.25 Art: 8.25 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy


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