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Preview: House of Slaughter #11

House of Slaughter #11

(W) James Tynion IV, Tate Brombal (A) Werther Dell’Edera, Antonio Fuso (CA) Mateus Manhanini
In Shops: Jan 18, 2023
SRP: $3.99

New series artist Antonio Fuso (Lost Falls, GI Joe: Cobra) joins returning writer Tate Brombal (Behold, Behemoth) to reveal the next chapter of Jace Boucher’s story!

No longer the monster hunter he once was and unaware of Aaron’s fate, Jace’s new mission is to protect the orphans under his care.

Can he save them from not just the monsters, but his own rage and guilt?

One of these children may be in even worse danger than Jace knows, as a strange pair of eyes watches him from the woodland shadows…

House of Slaughter #11

Preview: House of Slaughter #11

House of Slaughter #11

(W) James Tynion IV, Tate Brombal (A) Werther Dell’Edera, Antonio Fuso (CA) Mateus Manhanini
In Shops: Jan 18, 2023
SRP: $3.99

New series artist Antonio Fuso (Lost Falls, GI Joe: Cobra) joins returning writer Tate Brombal (Behold, Behemoth) to reveal the next chapter of Jace Boucher’s story!

No longer the monster hunter he once was and unaware of Aaron’s fate, Jace’s new mission is to protect the orphans under his care.

Can he save them from not just the monsters, but his own rage and guilt?

One of these children may be in even worse danger than Jace knows, as a strange pair of eyes watches him from the woodland shadows…

House of Slaughter #11

Jace’s New Mission in Your First Look at House of Slaughter #11

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at the launch of a brand new story within the bestselling horror series, House of Slaughter. Set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning phenomenal hit series Something is Killing the Children, from the minds of award-winning writer James Tynion IV and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, written by Tate Brombal, illustrated by highly acclaimed artist Antonio Fuso, colored by Miquel Muerto, and lettered by AndWorld DesignHouse of Slaughter #11 sees the return of the fan favorite ex-hunter Jace Boucher as he embarks on a brand new mission to keep not only himself but his young charges alive in the face of a looming danger. Available on January 18, 2023.

No longer the monster hunter he once was and unaware of Aaron’s fate, Jace’s new mission is to protect the orphans under his care. But one of these children may be in even worse danger than Jace knows, as a strange pair of eyes watches him from the woodland shadows… Can Jace lay down his overwhelming rage and guilt long enough to save them all from the terrifying threats that surround them?

House of Slaughter #11 features main cover art by famed illustrators Mateus Manhanini and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera with Miquel Muerto, as well as variant cover art by acclaimed artist Danny Luckert, and Jenny Frison.

House of Slaughter #11

Preview: Purgatori Must Die #1

Purgatori Must Die #1

Writer: Ray Fawkes
Artist: Alvaro Sarraseca
Covers: Collette Turner (A), Joseph Michael Linsner (B), Antonio Fuso (C), Alvaro Sarraseca (D), Cosplay / Rachel Hollon (E)
32 pages | Horror | $3.99 | Teen+

THE GODS HAVE PUT A PRICE ON PURGATORI’S HEAD!
Purgatori’s always pissing somebody off — but this time she may have gone too far! It may have some connection to her growing insanely powerful and probably starting to kill and eat the gods. In fact, that last part for sure. And gods are like potato chips, right? It’s not like she’s going to stop at one. And so, the various pantheons have pooled their not inconsiderable resources to offer up a big prize to whatever psycho manages to kill her. Who wants to try? Hey, who doesn’t?! The creative team behind Vampirella Vs. Purgatori and the recent Purgatori miniseries reunite for the grand third act of this Purgatori saga! Guest-starring Evil Ernie, Vampirella, the Sacred Six… and more!

Purgatori Must Die #1

Jenny Frison Joins House of Slaughter with Brand New Cover Art

BOOM! Studios has revealed a stunning variant cover by fan favorite artist Jenny Frison for the launch of a brand new story within the bestselling horror series, House of Slaughter. Set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning phenomenal hit series Something is Killing the Children, from the minds of award-winning writer James Tynion IV and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, written by Tate Brombal, illustrated by highly acclaimed artist Antonio Fuso, colored by Miquel Muerto, and lettered by AndWorld DesignHouse of Slaughter #11 sees the return of the fan favorite ex-hunter Jace Boucher as he embarks on a brand new mission to keep not only himself but his young charges alive in the face of a looming danger. Available on January 18, 2023.

No longer the monster hunter he once was and unaware of Aaron’s fate, Jace’s new mission is to protect the orphans under his care. But one of these children may be in even worse danger than Jace knows, as a strange pair of eyes watches him from the woodland shadows… Can Jace lay down his overwhelming rage and guilt long enough to save them all from the terrifying threats that surround them?

House of Slaughter #11 features main cover art by famed illustrators Mateus Manhanini and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera with Miquel Muerto, as well as variant cover art by acclaimed artist Danny Luckert, and more. 

Purgatori Must Die in a New Series!

Purgatori is always managing to piss somebody off. The ancient vampire-demoness has lived for thousands of years and accrued many enemies, mortal and beyond. But this time, she may have finally gone too far! Purgatori Must Die debuts this January.

Writer Ray Fawkes continues his chronicling of the character, following Vampirella vs. Purgatori and Purgatori. He’s reunited with artist Alvaro Sarraseca, alongside colorist Salvatore Aiala, and letterer Tom Napolitano.

Recently Purgatori’s control of her own mind and restraint with her power has been slipping. Not only does she suck the blood of her victims, she also absorbs not only any abilities they may have, but also fragments of their memories and personalities. Her patchwork mind has become more and more tangled through the years, and she’s recently embraced this twisted curse. Her latest victims? Gods. Who don’t take too kindly to being hunted and eaten.

The various pantheons have pooled their collective resources to offer up one historic, humongous bounty for the head of Purgatori, no matter which psycho takes it off her. Who would turn this challenge down? This thrilling third act of the Purgatori saga brings together a who’s who of Purgatori’s nemeses and erstwhile allies from across the Chaos! and Dynamite mythos. Fans can look for Vampirella, Evil Ernie, the Sacred Six, and plenty more to crash the party in what is sure to be an action-packed showdown.

To celebrate this climactic crossover spotlight on Purgatori, Dynamite and editor Matt Idelson have pulled together a hunting party of top talents for covers. Collette Turner brings her stunning take on these powerful female characters over from Vampirella: Year One to another legendary vampire. Joseph Michael Linsner‘s sensual portrayals are always beloved by fans. Then two Purgatori regular artists contribute, with Antonio Fuso and Alvaro Sarraseca.

Tate Brombal Returns to House of Slaughter with New Artist Antonio Fuso

BOOM! Studios has announced the launch of a brand new story within the bestselling horror anthology series, House of Slaughter #11, set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning  phenomenal hit series Something is Killying the Children, from the minds of award-winning writer James Tynion IV and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, written by Tate Brombal, illustrated by highly acclaimed artist Antonio Fuso, colored by Miquel Muerto, and lettered by AndWorld Design, which sees the return of the fan favorite ex-hunter Jace Boucher as he embarks on a brand new mission to keep not only himself but his young charges alive in the face of a looming danger. Available in January 2023.

No longer the monster hunter he once was and unaware of Aaron’s fate, Jace’s new mission is to protect the orphans under his care. But one of these children may be in even worse danger than Jace knows, as a strange pair of eyes watches him from the woodland shadows… Can Jace lay down his overwhelming rage and guilt long enough to save them all from the terrifying threats that surround them?

House of Slaughter #11 features main cover art by famed illustrators Mateus Manhanini and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera with Miquel Muerto, as well as variant cover art by acclaimed artist Danny Luckert

Preview: Purgatori: Witches Get Stitches

Purgatori: Witches Get Stitches

Writer: Ray Fawkes
Artist: Alvaro Sarraseca
Cover: Antonio Fuso
128 pages | Horror | $19.99 | Teen+

From the team that brought you the seismic VAMPIRELLA VS. PURGATORI series comes the solo follow-up for the demon of dark humor!
Purgatori’s really living the vampire demon life. She’s got Lilith’s nasty mind worm eating her willpower. She’s going bug-nuts crazy. And now, there are a bunch of witches targeting her with their weird body-snatching schemes. Clearly, it’s time for some quiet introspection and careful planning, right? Get ready for bloody mayhem instead!
Collects issues #1-5 along with a complete cover gallery!

Purgatori: Witches Get Stitches

Where will you be when the world ends?

From Dark Horse Comics, acclaimed creator Curt Pires and rising star artist Jacoby Salcedo comes It’s Only Teenage Wasteland, a new coming-of-age post-apocalyptic comic series. In addition to Pires’ and Salcedo’s work, Mark Dale will color and Micah Myers will letter. The first issue will also include a variant cover by Antonio Fuso.

When his parents go out of town for the weekend, Mexican-American high schooler Javi decides to throw a party—one that’ll launch him and his buds into popularity! Or at least get them noticed by their crushes. But when things take a turn for the worse, Javi and his friends are thrust into a situation and future they could have never have prepared for. 

It’s Only Teenage Wasteland #1 (of 4) will be available at comic shops December 7. It is now available for pre-order at your local comic shop. It’s Only Teenage Wasteland #1 will retail for $3.99.

Cully Hamner, Shaenon Garrity, Marguerite Sauvage and Jesse Lonergan Bring New Life to Four of Mad Cave Studios’ Legacy Titles

Mad Cave Studios has revealed the Mad Cave Studios Legacy Collection featuring four of their flagship titles: Battlecats, Nottingham, Stargazerand Becstar! Creators Jesse LonerganCully HamnerMarguerite Sauvage, and Shaenon Garrity, have created all new covers for these low-cost special single issues, outside of their own individual arcs, that tell a greater story about the start of everything for Mad Cave. 

Taking risks to truly make a mark in the industry,  Mad Cave Studios marks these four books as different milestones. Battlecats by Mark London was the inaugural comic that was a medieval fantasy comic. Stargazer, the sci-fi adventure written by talent search winner, Anthony Cleveland, gained critical acclaim. Nottingham, also by two talent search winners David Hazan and Shane Connery Volk, was an unexpected and bonafide hit and continues to sell excellently deep into its run. Then came Becstar, the title that gave Mad Cave Studios the confidence to think outside of the box. 

BATTLECATS

(W) Mark London (A) Michael Camelo (C) Tekino (L) Miguel Angel Zapata
Cover Artist: Jesse Lonergan
August 31

Follow Kelthan, Vaela, Zorien, Kaleera, and Mekkar as they undertake a perilous quest through different regions in pursuit of The Dire Beast while unearthing dark secrets, and even darker enemies. But first, Kelthan and the Battlecats must journey through the Dark Forest facing an unexpected enemy from their past.

BATTLECATS

NOTTINGHAM

(W) Davin Hazan (A) Shane Connery Volk (C) Luca Romano (L) Joamette Gil
Cover Artist: Cully Hamner
August 31

In this twisted medieval noir, the Sheriff of Nottingham hunts a serial killer with a penchant for tax collectors. The Sheriff’s investigation makes him the target of England’s most nefarious power-brokers. That’s to say nothing of the Merry Men, terrorists lurking amongst the trees of Sherwood, led by, an enigma known only as “Hood.” Mad Cave Studios presents: Nottingham, but not as you remember it…

NOTTINGHAM

STARGAZER

(W) Anthony Cleveland (A) Antonio Fuso (C) Stefano Simeone (L) Justin Birch
Cover Artist: Cully Hamner
Cover Artist: Marguerite Sauvage
September 28

Years ago Shae, her brother Kenny, and two childhood friends experienced a traumatic, unexplainable event that left Kenny scarred for life. Twenty years later Kenny has committed himself to the belief that what they experienced was an alien abduction, and the group has since drifted apart. However, the sudden and mysterious disappearance of Kenny leads the group to reunite and discover the truth of what took place all those years ago.

STARGAZER

BECSTAR

(W) Joe Corallo (A) Lorenzo Colangeli (C) Sweeny Boo (L) Joamette Gil
Cover Artist: Shaenon Garrity
September 28

Becstar is a star hopping mercenary light years away from earth. Leaving her old life behind with the help of her magical luck dagger and her biggest fan/only friend, Sally Soolin, Becstar ekes out a living under the nefarious Shadow Syndicate’s radar. But when a mysterious girl appears with grim news and an urgent quest where the fate of the universe hangs in the balance, Becstar has no choice but to join… and regret it immediately.

BECSTAR
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