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Preview: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Macro Series

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Macro Series

Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz, Paul Allor, Sophie Campbell, Ian Flynn (w) • Sophie Campbell, Brahm Revel, Michael Dialynas, Ben Bishop (a) • David Petersen (c)

First, Donatello understands that more is at stake than his brothers realize and in order to prepare for the coming conflict, Don will aim to repair his relationship with his mentor, Harold… and his malicious robotic counterpart, Metalhead! Then, Michelangelo’s deteriorating relationship with his father, Splinter, reaches a point of no return! Will Mikey fight those he loves to save those who need him the most? Next, Leonardo seeks refuge in Northampton, but danger follows—in the form of Koya and Karai! An epic throwdown will result in Leo making a drastic decision that will quickly alter the course of TMNT history! And finally, Raphael is pushed to his breaking point as he is separated from his brothers and forced to endure an onslaught from the nefarious Bishop unlike anything he has experienced in the past!

TPB • FC • $29.99 • 188 pages • ISBN: 978-1-68405-483-1

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Macro Series

A Wave Blue World Honors Herman Melville’s Bicentenary

This August marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Herman Melville, an American author, best known for the literary masterpiece Moby Dick. To commemorate the author’s bicentenary, publisher A Wave Blue World unveils From Hell’s Heart, an illustrated celebration of the works of Herman Melville that features artists from all disciplines including Dave Malan, Cosimo Miorelli, Ryan Sook, and Brahm Revel, who have been inspired by this celebrated American writer and poet.

The 128-page artbook is available now for pre-order and will be on sale August 7, 2019.


FROM HELL’S HEART: AN ILLUSTRATED CELEBRATION OF THE WORKS OF HERMAN MELVILLE

$29.99 / 128 pages / Full Color / On Sale 8.7.19
Editor: John Arcudi
Cover Artist: Velibor Stanojevic

Diamond Order Code: Jun191557

“No American author has provoked the imaginations of readers more than Herman Melville. To mark the occasion of the bicentennial of his birth (August 1st, 1819) fifty-seven world-renowned artists have come together with gorgeous, brand new illustrations for Moby Dick, Bartleby, The Confidence Man, Pierre, Typee, Billy Budd, White Jacket and much more. A short passage of text will accompany each illustration, giving context to the story. Artists include Matt Kish, Dave Malan, Hunt Emerson, Evan Cagle, Brahm Revel, Ryan Sook, and Cosimo Miorelli.”

Preview: Guerillas Omnibus Edition

Guerillas Omnibus Edition

(W/A/CA) Brahm Revel
Age Rating: Mature Audiences — Genre: Sci-Fi, Action/Adventure

Price: $39.99 — Page Count: 760

Brahm Revel’s critically acclaimed series is collected for the first time in one volume in the Guerillas: Omnibus Edition! Private John Francis Clayton is on his first tour of duty in Vietnam, facing death at every turn in the middle of a war he doesn’t understand. Clayton is just trying to stay alive when he encounters an elite platoon of…. simian soldiers?!? This squad of chain-smoking chimps is the most dangerous fighting force in the jungle… but whose side are they on?

Guerillas Omnibus Edition

Brahm Revel’s Acclaimed Guerillas Gets an Omnibus Edition this February

Straight from Oni PressGuerillas, the critically acclaimed series by Brahm Revel, has been collected for the first time in one volume as an omnibus!

In Guerillas: Omnibus Edition, Private John Francis Clayton is on his first tour of duty in Vietnam, facing death at every turn in the middle of a war he doesn’t understand. Clayton is just trying to stay alive when he encounters an elite platoon of…. simian soldiers?! This squad of chain-smoking chimps is the most dangerous fighting force in the jungle… but whose side are they on?

Guerillas: Omnibus Edition hits shelves February 27th.

Guerillas: Omnibus Edition

Review: Edge of Spider-Geddon

Spider-Geddon is coming but before that event get to know Spider-people from around the multiverse in this trade paperback collecting the four issue series and Superior Octopus #1.

Edge of Spider-Geddon is by Jed McKay, Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson, Gerard Way, Jason Latour, Aaron Kuder, Christos Gage, Gerardo Sandoval, Alberto Alburquerque, Tonci Zonjic, Will Robson, Mike Hawthorne, Mark Bagley, Brahm Revel, Craig Yeung, Wade Von Grawbadger, Brian Reber, Triona Farrell, Ian Herring, Andres Mossa, Jordie Bellaire, and Dono Sanchez-Almara.

Get your copy in comic shops now and in book stores January 15th! 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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Oni Press Launches a Webcomics Hub

Oni Press has launched a new free webcomics hub for all ages. Learn something, share something, and be a part of a community that loves reading and sharing comics at webcomics.onipress.com. Available now are Spectacle (Megan Rose Gedris), Kim Reaper (Sarah Graley), and their most recent release, Draw Out the Vote, by a variety of creators handpicked by Oni Press editor, Robin Herrera!

Spectacle (Young Adult)
Fan-favorite webcomic creator Megan Rose Gedris (Yu+Me Dream) crafts a compelling tale of magic, deception, and wonder in this stunningly illustrated graphic novel about the bond between sisters. Pragmatic engineer Anna works as a psychic in the Samson Brothers Circus, but she doesn’t believe in anything supernatural—until her twin sister Kat is murdered and comes back as a very demanding ghost. Sharing a room with her sister was hard, but now they’re sharing a body while trying to identify the killer. With few leads, a troupe full of secretive folk, and strange paranormal occurrences popping up around the circus, solving the case seems near impossible. But the murderer in their midst may be the least of their problems…

Kim Reaper (Young Adult)
All-star cartoonist Sarah Graley (Our Super Adventure) brings you the supernatural queer rom-com Kim Reaper! Like most university students, Kim works a part-time job to make ends meet. Unlike most university students, Kim’s job is pretty cool: she’s a grim reaper, tasked with guiding souls into the afterlife. Unaware of the ghoulish drama she’s about to step into, Kim’s classmate Becka finally gathers up the courage to ask Kim on a date! But when she falls into a ghostly portal and interrupts Kim at her job, she sets off a chain of events that will pit the two of them against angry cat-dads, vengeful zombies, and perhaps even the underworld itself. But if they work together, they just might make it… and maybe even get a smooch in the bargain.

Draw Out the Vote (Non-fiction)
Voting is our civic duty, and Oni Press wants to make it as easy as possible for people to register and vote in 2018. Fifty-two different artists explore what voting, politics, and living in American mean to them in this collection of black-and-white comics. Cartoonists from each state (plus Washington, DC and Puerto Rico) were invited to contribute to the project, which Oni hopes will increase voter awareness and encourage comics readers to vote in the November midterm elections. Included with each comic are instructions on how to register to vote in each state—as well as what to do to actually vote, and other things to note that may affect your ability to vote.

You will find the release of more comics, featuring the classic kids comic Banana Sunday by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover on October 5th, and the action-packed war story Guerillas by Brahm Revel on October 8th, with even more awesome webcomics to come!

Preview: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Macro-Series: Donatello

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Macro-Series: Donatello

Paul Allor (w) • Brahm Revel (a) • David Petersen (c)

TMNT returns to its roots with new spotlights on individual Turtles, but this time they’re extra-large! Donatello understands that more is at stake than his brothers realize. In order to prepare for the coming conflict, Don will aim to repair his relationship with his mentor Harold… and his malicious robotic counterpart Metalhead!

FC • 48 pages • $7.99

Review: Edge of Spider-Geddon #3

Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider, and it causes his Uncle Ben no end of troubles. Until, that is, Ben gets shot in a mugging and Peter’s blood donation turns Ben into a Spider-Hero, too! There’s a new dynamic duo in town, and the story doesn’t go where you think it will!

Edge of Spider-Geddon has delivered a series of one-shots introducing us (really re-introducing us) to various Spider-Men around the multiverse. Each issue so far has left me wanting more from these characters. Each has been fun and entertaining in their own way.

Edge of Spider-Geddon #3 delivers the emotional punch of the miniseries.

Writer Jason Latour explores the relationship between father and son and the limited time we have together in this issue which seems to take place both before and after the upcoming Spider-Geddon. Clearly devastated, Ben spends the issue recounting his origin to a friendly bartender who is there to lend a sympathetic ear. What builds is the hint at tragedy as the emotion pours off the page. Ben is dealing with loss and we can only imagine the worse and may very well experience it in the upcoming event.

That’s the brilliance of this issue. Not only is there an tragic emotional arc through it all there’s also now dread for the upcoming event as we may have to experience Ben’s loss for ourselves. It’s that issue that has me expecting more from the event it leads up to and also preparing for a gut punch now.

The art by Jorge Molina with breakdown and finishing assists from others is solid. Much of the comic is of quieter moments and the art reflects the melancholy that Latour has put together. The colors by Tonic Zonjic are few and I guess flat is the best way to describe it? There’s a clear, simple palate choice here and combined with Molina’s art, it creates a style that fits the mood.

The entire miniseries has been top notch so far and this issue again leaves me wanting more of these characters. It’s a touching comic which may leave you an emotional wreck by issue’s end.

Story: Jason Latour Art: Jorge Molina
Breakdowns: Tonci Zonjic Finishes: Tonci Zonjic & Brahm Revel
Colors: Tonci Zonjic & Ian Herring Letters: VC’s Cory Petit
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

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Exclusive Preview: Edge of Spider-Geddon #3

Edge of Spider-Geddon #3

Story: Jason Latour
Art: Jorge Molina
Breakdowns: Tonci Zonjic
Finishes: Tonci Zonjic & Brahm Revel
Colors: Tonci Zonjic & Ian Herring
Letters: VC’s Cory Petit
Cover: Tonci Zonjic
Variant Cover: Cully Hamner & Ian Herring
Production Designer: Anthony Gambino
Assistant Editor: Kathleen Wisneski
Editor: Nick Lowe
Rated T+
In Shops: Sep 19, 2018
SRP: $3.99

• Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider, and it causes his Uncle Ben no end of troubles.
• Until, that is, Ben gets shot in a mugging and Peter’s blood donation turns Ben into a Spider-Hero, too!
• There’s a new dynamic duo in town, and the story doesn’t go where you think it will!

Preview: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #85

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #85

Tom Waltz & Kevin Eastman (w) • Brahm Revel (a & c)

Leatherhead returns to New York, and this time, he’s got one goal in mind—the destruction of the Turtles!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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