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Review: Behemoth #1

Kids are turning into monsters. Some are given a choice, join a government monster squad and keep their humanity a little longer or succumb to their monster rage.

Story: Chris Kipiniak
Story: J.K. Woodward
Letterer: Jesse Post

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TFAW
Scout Comics
Zeus Comics


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Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Batman #125

Wednesdays (and Tuesdays) are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this week.

Absolution #1 (AWA Studios) – A hired killer has a month to prove she can change before the bomb implanted in her head explodes.

The Ballad of Gordon Barleycorn #1 (Black Caravan/Scout Comics) – Gordon and his manager Giuseppe are hunted down by a religious debt collector who’s come to make him pay for his past. Yeah, this sounds like the weird we enjoy.

Batman #125 (DC Comics) – The new creative team of Chip Zdarsky and Jorge Jimenez begin their run here!

Behemoth #1 (Black Caravan/Scout Comics) – Theresa wakes up have turned into a monster, then thrown into a detention camp where the government wants to turn her into a weapon.

Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #2 (Marvel) – The two Captain America series are interesting in how they’re similar and differ. This one focuses on Steve and Bucky as they begin their missions.

The Closet #2 (Image Comics) – The series follows a family as they move across the country and a creature from the closet follows them along the way.

DC vs. Vampires #7 (DC Comics) – The second half of the miniseries begins here as the world has been taken over by superpowered vampires. Will anyone be able to stop them?

Mega Centurions #1 (Scout Comics) – Former heroes lives are turned upside down when a face from the past comes crashing back into their lives.

Metal Society #3 (Image Comics) – A really intriguing sci-fi series that sees humans fighting for their rights through combat to overthrow their robot overlords.

Mind MGMT: Bootleg #1 (Dark Horse) – Matt Kindt’s mindbending superspy series returns with Farel Dalrymple on art!

Prodigy: Icarus Society #1 (Image Comics) – A new series from Mark Millar is always on the radar.

Promethee 1313 #1 (Ablaze) – What if you knew the world was about to end? What would you be willing to do to save the people you love?

Starhenge: Dragon & Boar #1 (Image Comics) – Liam Sharp launches a creator owned series! A future Merlin travels to 5th-century Britain to prevent monstrous time-traveling killer robots from robbing the universe of magic.

There’s Something Wrong with Patrick Todd #1 (AfterShock) – A fifteen year old is on the run and using his telepathic abilities to force people to rob backs then turn themselves in.

Tiger’s Tongue #1 (Mad Cave Studios) – Twin princesses hold the future of their people in their hands as they face the brink of war.

Review: Neverender #1

The year is 2X19 and due to breakthroughs in artificial accelerants, mankind has taken to the stars. At the edge of civilization, the dominant sport is a civilized sword duel to the death.

In the city of riots, Merrick, a disaffected terrestrial youth fights for his survival. Smash the City. Smash the State. Burn it all, Escape to Space.

Story: Devin Kraft
Art: Devin Kraft
Design: Devin Kraft
Edited: Jake Ekiss
Tones: Vinh-Luan Luu
Backup Story: James Hussel

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comiXology/Kindle
Zeus Comics


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Review: Blind Alley #1

Jesús returns to the neighborhood where he grew up, La Esquina del Gato, a Sevillian suburban neighborhood where violence and the constant struggle against life’s adversities meet.

Blind Alley #1 kicks off what could be an intriguing series but gives it a slow start.

Story: Irra
Art: Irra
Color: Irra
Letterer: Irra
Flats: Dabí

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Kindle
Zeus Comics
TFAW


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Review: Until My Knuckles Bleed #3

The 90s were the most extreme age for superheroes… but times change. Gabin Hart, AKA Damager, now works as a bouncer in a strip club managed by the Russian mob, hangs out sporadically with his ex Avengelady, and wrestles with the long term effects of his cyber-implants. But Fate always keeps one last cheap shot up its sleeve for a hero.

Story: Victor Santos
Art: Victor Santos

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comiXology/Kindle
Zeus Comics
TFAW


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Review: Until My Knuckles Bleed #2

The 90s were the most extreme age for superheroes… but times change. Gabin Hart, AKA Damager, now works as a bouncer in a strip club managed by the Russian mob, hangs out sporadically with his ex Avengelady, and wrestles with the long term effects of his cyber-implants. But Fate always keeps one last cheap shot up its sleeve for a hero.

Story: Victor Santos
Art: Victor Santos

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comiXology/Kindle
Zeus Comics
TFAW


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Review: Strgrl #1

The cosmic organization known as STRGRL no longer exists. As enemy forces continue to threaten the integrity of the galaxy as a whole, a group known as the Moon Gang, formed by 4 general stargirls from the moons of Jupiter intercepts the enemy.

Story: Lucas Mendonça
Art: Lucas Mendonça

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.

comiXology/Kindle
Zeus Comics
TFAW


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Review: Dark Beach #1

Earth has been drifting away from the sun for three hundred years, but that doesn’t stop Gordo, a crime scene photographer living inside the dome-protected city of New Reykjavik, from dreaming about its warm glow. Will a murder rife with old sun mystery throw Gordo down a rabbit hole to find the truth?

Story: Michael J. Ruiz-Unger
Art: Sebastián Píriz
Color: Ray Jones
Design: Angelica Baini

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comiXology/Kindle
TFAW


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Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Batman/Superman: World’s Finest #2

Wednesdays (and Tuesdays) are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this week.

Batman/Superman: World’s Finest #2 (DC Comics) – The first issue was a hell of a lot of fun with a nice mix of new and old. There was a “classic” feel about it all in a lot of ways and we’re excited to see if it can keep it up.

Captain America #0 (Marvel) – We’ve got two new series featuring the dual Captain Americas and it all kicks off here!

Dark Beach #1 (Behemoth) – Earth has been drifting away from the sun for three hundred years/ The series follows a crime scene photographer who goes down the rabbit hole to solve a murder and what’s really going on.

Land of the Living Gods #3 (AfterShock) – The series has been fantastic giving us an apocalytpic tale set in Africa and delivering something very new and unique to Western comics.

Magic: Hidden Planeswalker #1 (BOOM! Studios) – While the second arc of the main series has been a bit off, this off-shoot should be interesting adding in more machinations.

The Nice House on the Lake #8 (DC Comics/DC Black Label) – The series is amazing the second volume has kept us on our toes guessing as to what’s happening and where it’s all going.

Red Scare (Graphix) – Set in 1953, the graphic novel features a clever girl who must outsmart bullies, the FBI, and alien invaders during the height of the communist Red Scare.

The Secret History of the War on Weed (Image Comics) – A “lost chapter” of the true story from the war on drugs. We gave the issue a glowing early review which you can read here.

We Live: Age of the Palladions #2 (AfterShock) – The second volume debuted with two issues that told two stories tied together set in the world. We’re excited to see how the dual narratives are handled as the action is sure to increase!

Sumerian Records & Films Acquires Behemoth

Behemoth

Sumerian Records & Films has acquired the comic and gaming company Behemoth Entertainment. Behemoth has been an interesting publisher that sold over 500,000 books in its first year. 2021 market share estimates haven’t been released yet but the publisher claims its eighth among English-language publishers.

Behemoth has a mix of original comics as well as comics based on films and video games like A Girl Walks Home at Night and Watch Dogs: Legion.

Sumerian Records is an indie music label for rock, alternative, and metal while Sumerian Films has released both movies and an episodic series. It plans to produce three to five original features every year and increase television production.

Behemoth co-founder Nathan Yocum said:

After 15+ years of pushing the boundaries of what an independent record label can achieve, it’s a an incredible reward for us to be joining the Sumerian family today. While we’re proud of what we’ve accomplished over the last few years, Ryan and myself couldn’t pass on the opportunity to align visions with Ash and enter this incredible next chapter of endless possibilities and growth as Sumerian Comics & Games. The power and weight that the Sumerian name carries is real and the future of Sumerian has never looked so positive.

Ash Avildsen, Sumerian founder/CEO added:

Nathan and Ryan have built Behemoth so quickly and independently with such a great original IP selection of characters, worlds and story. It was an easy decision to team up with these very talented young mavericks when the opportunity arose. They have good taste! Having a diligent, proven team in comics, graphic novels and gaming is paramount to Sumerian as we continue our passion for story-telling across all audio and visual spectrums. We will always be discovering, creating or developing IP into books, episodic series, feature films, animation and beyond.

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