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Preview: Vampirella Strikes #7

Vampirella Strikes #7

Writer: Tom Sniegoski
Artist: Jonathan Lau
Covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Stephen Segovia (B), Junggeun Yoon (C), Ben Caldwell (D), Cosplay / Rachel Hollon (E)
32 pages | Horror | $3.99 | Teen+

VAMPIRELLA HAS INFILTRATED THE CHAOS CULT, ONLY TO FACE THE DEADLY QUEEN OF HEARTS!
It has been fifteen years since the death of Mistress Nyx and the world in slowly recovering, but this isn’t a world that we’ve ever seen before. This is a world where the natural and the supernatural have merged to create a dangerous new place-a world very much in need of Vampirella. Wearing the guise of a Chaos Cult leader, Vampirella has infiltrated a special meeting of the highest order. What plans does the insidious demon cult have for the unsuspecting world and what do they have to do with the return of one of Vampirella’s most dangerous enemies, the blood red Queen of Hearts? Enter the world of Vampirella Strikes under a series of amazing artist by returning superstar artists Lucio Parrillo, Stephen Segovia, Junggeun Yoon, plus another stunning cosplay cover featuring Rachel Hollon!

Vampirella Strikes #7

Preview: Sirens Gate #2

Sirens Gate #2

Writer: Shannon Maer
Artist: Shannon Maer
Covers: Shannon Maer
32 pages | Urban Fantasy | $3.99 | Teen+

SHANNON MAER’S FIRST CREATOR-OWNED COMIC!
Featuring the first interior artwork by acclaimed cover artist Shannon Maer! With a new threat rising, Tara must once again trust in her vampire protector. Michael leads her through the darkness, with the promise of answers in the end. Already finding herself thrust into a world where werewolves and vampires are the new normal – how will Tara hold up as she bares her soul before the witch? With the supernatural uncovered around every corner, Tara cannot help but wonder how her literary idol, Lady Rose, fits into all of this. Is there still some mystery yet to be revealed?

Sirens Gate #2

Preview: Lady Hel #3

Lady Hel #3

Writer: Erik Burnham
Artist: Zhengis Tasbolatov
Covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Geebo Vigonte (B), Mike Mahle (C), Daniel Maine (D), Cosplay / Rachel Hollon (E)
32 pages | Horror| $3.99 | Teen+

After her confrontation with Lady Demon, Hel has a clearer picture of how she lost control of the underworld, and realizes the only way to regain her power is to return to her realm in secrecy by using one of the hidden paths that ancient mortals once used to find their way to the other side. The only problem is that there are more obstacles on the road to the underworld than there used to be, and they’re all deadly. Can Hel make it back to the underworld in one piece, or might the personification of death actually be destroyed in the attempt?

Lady Hel #3

Draculina’s Family Reunion From Hell in… Blood Simple!

Draculina: Blood Simple, a new series starring Vampirella’s devilish sister and her teenaged better half is coming up this February. Writer Christopher Priest, artist Michael Sta. Maria, and colorist Ivan Nunes return for their follow up to 2021’s breakout Draculina title for a family brawl worthy of “VampireMania!”

Just as Draculina, Vampirella’s evil sister, has begun to acquire a grudging acceptance of Vampirette (her preteen alter-ego otherwise known as Katie), another sibling appears. This mysterious new character is drawn out by the reemergence of the demon Belial, who fathered a legion of demons with Vampirella’s mother Lilith. Levi (short for “Leviathan”) is a powerful half-sea creature with his father’s temper and his sister’s sense of evil mischief – and like Draculina, he wants Belial dead!

Vampirette has fully embraced the demon Belial, who is now retired and living quietly in Beverly Hills, as her beloved “Uncle Gio.” The siblings Draculina and Levi’s provocations threaten to reignite Belial’s evil fury, to the delight of their mother Lilith, whom Belial saved from certain death but whom she nonetheless despises. Lilith further stirs the cauldron by engineering a confrontation between Draculina and her new protégé, Victory, the new Draculina, which inevitably draws Vampirella into this sprawling family squabble as well! Set the table and warm up the oven for the family reunion from hell and one of the most expansive rosters in any Vampirella title ever!

Draculina first appeared in the pages of Vampirella #2 from Warren Publishing back in November of 1969. The character made her biggest return splash at Dynamite in 2021 in the year long companion series Sacred Six by Christopher Priest and company. Recently, Draculina starred in her first ever solo series from Priest and Sta. Maria that sets up the connection between her and her younger counterpart, Katie/Vampirette. Which now catches fans right up to this new title, but it can be jumped right into by newcomers too!

For Draculina’s grand return and this epic crossover series, a who’s who of top artists are doing variant covers. Jay Anacleto takes charge with a haunting, blood-soaked take on the antiheroine. Vampi franchise greats Joseph Michael Linsner, Rafael Kayanan, Zoe Lacchei, Lucio Parrillo, and cosplayer Rachel Hollon also join the throwdown.

Preview: Vampirella: Mindwarp #3

Vampirella: Mindwarp #3

Writer: Jeff Parker
Artist: Benjamin Dewey
Covers: Joseph Michael Linsner (A), Junggeun Yoon (B), Lesley “Leirix” Li (C), Jonathan Case (D), Cosplay / Katie Baker (E)
32 pages | Horror | $3.99 | Teen+

VAMPIRELLA MUST DESTROY A DEMON BENT ON CONQUERING OUR WORLD!
“ACCEPT ME AS YOUR GOD OR DIE!” Vampirella has to stab her way out of chaos, before a surging demon destroys her and then assumes control over mankind!

Vampirella: Mindwarp #3

Preview: Sheena, Queen of the Jungle #10

Sheena, Queen of the Jungle #10

Writer: Steven E. De Souza
Artist: Jethro Morales
Covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Arthur Suydam (B), Joseph Michael Linsner (C), Rose Besch (D), Cosplay / Jackie Goehner (E)
32 pages | Jungle Action / Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

SHEENA SWINGS INTO THE FINAL CHAPTER OF HER LATEST ADVENTURE!
Legendary screenwriter Steven E. de Souza continues to weave a modern pulp masterpiece as Sheena explores strange – very strange – and lost – very lost – worlds. This series has had everything, and now we’re about to scream toward the conclusion! Artist Jethro Morales continues to illustrate the adventures of Sheena with returning cover artist Lucio Parillo, Arthur Suydam, Joseph Michael Linsner and stunning new cosplayer Jackie Goehner rounding out the most thrilling adventure comic on the racks!

Sheena, Queen of the Jungle #10

Preview: Ninjettes #3

Ninjettes #3

Writer: Fred Van Lente
Artist: Joseph Cooper
Covers: Lesley “Leirix” Li (A), Jonathan Lau (B), Vincenzo Federici (C), Sebastian Piriz (D)
32 pages | Action Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

Fun fact: Three things can happen to an Omega Ninjette…they can get banished, get killed, or (very rarely) kill an Alpha and take their place. This…is a rare story.

Ninjettes #3

Preview: Immortal Red Sonja #8

Immortal Red Sonja #8

Writer: Dan Abnett
Artist: Luca Colandrea
Covers: Lesley “Leirix” Li (A), Dave Acosta (B), Joseph Michael Linsner (C), Junggeun Yoon (D), Cosplay / Rachel Hollon (E)
32 pages | Sword and Sorcery | $3.99 | Teen+

RED SONJA FACES AN IMPOSSIBLE CHOICE: PROTECT HER OWN FREEDOM – OR THE LIVES OF INNOCENTS!
The end nears as Sonja the Red’s quest brings her nearer to the awful magicks that would undo her burdensome curse, but leave wanton destruction in its wake. Now, Sonja will be forced to choose between freedom for herself, or the survival of innocents.

Immortal Red Sonja #8

Preview: Garbage Pail Kids: Origins #2

Garbage Pail Kids: Origins #2

Writers: Adam F. Goldberg and Hans Rodionoff
Artists: Jeff Zapata with Chris Meeks
Covers: Ray Lago (A), Tom Bunk (B), Jeff Zapata (C), Classic Garbage Pail Kids Card Image (D)
32 pages | Humor | $3.99 | All Ages

CO-WRITTEN BY ADAM F. GOLDBERG (THE GOLDBERGS, HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, THE MUPPETS MAYHEM)!
AT LAST, THE ORIGIN OF THE GARBAGE PAIL KIDS IS REVEALED!
The insane minds of Adam F. Goldberg, Hans Rodionoff and Jeff Zapata have joined forces to bring you the Garbage Pail Kids as you’ve never seen them before. Dynamite Entertainment and this incredible trio of creators proudly presents give you…Garbage Pail Kids: Origins!
This all-new GPK comic book event is a bad-ass, sprawling, superhero epic; we not only learn how our GPK heroes came to be… but we also reveal to the world that Adam Bomb and his gang of good guys were instrumental in the outcome of World War II and the fate of humanity!
This issue starts with Adam Bomb’s origin and how he begins as an unassuming, flat-footed soda jerk named Adam Baum…ultimately transforming into an All-American superhero named Adam Bomb. Thanks to an unfortunate radiation leak, Adam leads a team of other enhanced super-charged garbage humans to take down the axis of evil…led by Nasty Nick.
Featuring four incredible covers by Jeff Zapata, Tom Bunk, Ray Lago and a classic GPK Trading Card image, presented on cardstock!

Garbage Pail Kids: Origins #2

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Killchella #1

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.

A.X.E.: Judgement Day Omega #1 (Marvel) – The event has been one of the best Marvel has done in a while and we want to see what the new status quo is and what this issue lays out for the various folks involved.

Billionaire Island: Cult of Dogs #1 (AHOY Comics) – Mark Russell is back with more satire and when he’s skewering society, it’s well worth checking it. Russell consistently will make you think as well as laugh.

Dark Ride #2 (Image Comics) – The first issue delivered an intriguing start to the new horror series and we want to see where it all goes from there.

Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Special #1 (DC Comics) – The original creators behind the event are back with new stories celebrating 30 years.

Do a Powerbomb #6 (Image Comics) – Wrestling. Drama. Horror. Yeah, this has everything checked off for us. Did we mention the awesome art? This is a series that stands out this year.

Fantastic Four #1 (Marvel) – Ryan North and Iban Coello set Marvel’s first family in a new direction, a perfect time to dive in for what should be a good creative combo.

Gospel #1 (Image Comics) – Inspired by Miyazaki and set in the chaos of King Henry VIII’s reign, that alone has us intrigued about this one.

Killchella #1 (Scout Comics) – A music festival turns deadly when a reclusive pop star returns after five years and attempts a massive human sacrifice ritual.

Lord of the Jungle #1 (Dynamite Entertainment) – Dan Jurgens writing Tarzan? Yeah, we’re in for that.

New Golden Age (DC Comics) – Geoff Johns’ next chapter of his vision kicks off here bringing back classic DC characters that haven’t had the spotlight for some time.

The Nice House on the Lake #11 (DC Comics) – The horror sci-fi series has been amazing with with one more issue to go, we’re glued to every issue to find out what the hell is going on.

Sabretooth and the Exiles #1 (Marvel) – Sabretooth has had it rough with Krakoa so what plans there are for him in the “X Universe” should be interesting.

Skullkickers Super Special #1 (Image Comics) – Celebrating 12 years of Skullkickers, we’re always down for this series. It was WAY ahead of its time with off the rails fantasy adventure.

Soldier Stories (Image Comics/Top Cow Productions) – Four tales of conflict written by veterans.

Specs #1 (BOOM! Studios) – We get a They Live vibe from this when some teens get a pair of X-ray specs and things turn dark and more than they bargained for.

WildC.A.T.s #1 (DC Comics) – The team is back with a new take that has them more built into the DC Universe. It feels like the start of something big to come and hopefully indicates we’ll get to see more of the Wildstorm Universe return.

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