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Preview: Ninjettes #5

Ninjettes #5

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+

In the finale of this origin arc, the Ninjettes get their first assignment: eliminate the very men who brought them to the Concrete Dojo. All it will cost them is their souls! And how much is that in dollars and cents, anyway?

Ninjettes #5

Preview: 007 #6

007 #6

Writer: Phillip Kennedy Johnson
Artist: Marco Finnegan
Covers: Tommy Lee Edwards (A), Rus Wooton (B), Marc Laming (C), Soo Lee (D)
32 pages | Action Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

The Myrmidons are unloosed. The traitorous mole is revealed. Bond and Rook fight to the death.

007 #6

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Darkwing Duck #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.

Action Comics #1051 (DC Comics) – The comic kicks off the new direction for the series focused on the entire Superman family and we’re excited what it brings and where it goes.

Archie vs. the World (Archie Comics) – A new spin on Archie is a bit Mad Max and a little Fist of the North Star. We’re all intrigued.

Bulls of Beacon Hill #1 (AfterShock) – A gay son wants to run for city council but must deal with his mobster father.

Darkwing Duck #1 (Dynamite Entertainment) – The classic character is back and we’re beyond excited. Let’s get dangerous!

Gargoyles #2 (Dynamite Entertainment) – The first issue was amazing showing depth beyond a comic based on a cartoon for kids. We’re hoping the series keeps it going.

Once Upon a Time at the End of the World #3 (BOOM! Studios) – One of many post apocalyptic tales but it’s focus on its two characters and the art delivering so much depth and detail to the world keeps the story focused and stands out.

Plush #3 (Image Comics) – The series has been utterly bizarre and beyond funny with its twisted cannibal furries. No idea where it’s going but if it can keep up the laughs, we’re good with it.

Sins of Sinister #1 (Marvel) – The event kicks off as we see Sinister’s plans play out and maybe get a bit out of hand.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin – Lost Years #1 (IDW Publishing) – The Last Ronin was entertaining and we’re interested in seeing where it goes with some new releases set in that storyline.

Zombicide: Day One #1 (Source Point Press) – The popular board game comes to comics and we want to see if it can stand out from all of the zombie comics and how it incorporates the game experience into the story.

The classic Disney Darkwing Duck #1 gets a Facsimile Edition

Disney Darkwing Duck #1

Dynamite‘s delightful deluge of hotly anticipated Disney comic books continues in March with a reprint of the highly sought after first self-titled Darkwing Duck comic with a special facsimile edition.

Featuring the writing and art of John Blair Moore, alongside inker George Wildman, colorist Carl Gafford, and legendary letterer Gaspar Saladino, this release originally came out in 1991. Disney Darkwing Duck #1 was released as part of the then Disney Comics dedicated publishing outfit that launched in 1990.

Darkwing Duck is the terror that flaps in the night — and he’s working overtime to keep the city of St. Canard safe! But if there’s one thing Drake Mallard wants, it’s to face off against a really big villain. Enter Taurus Bulba, an oversized criminal who’s planning to steal the mysterious weapon called the Ramrod from a heavily armed train. Darkwing has one chance to foil Bulba’s plans — and whether his new pal, Launchpad McQuack, will be a help or a hindrance is anyone’s guess.

Now over 30 years later, fans of all ages can get their hands on this hard to track down comic! Like countless other comics featuring the timeless characters and stories from the Disney library, collectors all around the world are after this beloved series. Dynamite is excited to give the chance for it to make its way into the collections of those who have been searching for years, and young fans who have never experienced the adventures of Drake Mallard before.

Preview: Darkwing Duck #1

Darkwing Duck #1

Writer: Amanda Deibert
Artist: Carlo Lauro
Covers: David Nakayama (A), Mirka Andolfo (B), Lesley “Leirix” Li (C), Trish Forstner (D), Jacob Edgar (E)
32 pages | Adventure | $3.99 | All Ages

He is the terror that flaps in the night…He is the ferocious fowl who plucks the evil eye from the face of foul play…He is Darkwing Duck! Alongside his trusty sidekick Lauchpad McQuack, Darkwing hyper-vigilantly defends St. Canard from the dastardly, devilish demons who would wage wanton war! By night, our caped defender lurks in the shadows, striking fear (and maybe confusion?) in the heart of the criminal underworld…but by day, no one suspects that Darkwing is also mild-mannered Drake Mallard, a well-meaning father to his adorable adopted daughter, Gosalyn! Can Darkwing successfully navigate his two separate lives, all while looking incredibly cool and impossibly handsome? (Hint: Probably not, but…) You’ll have to read to find out!

Darkwing Duck #1

Preview: Gargoyles #2

Gargoyles #2

Writer: Greg Weisman
Artist: George Kambadais
Covers: David Nakayama (A), Amanda Conner (B), Lucio Parrillo (C), Lesley “Leirix” Li (D), Jae Lee (E), Tony Fleecs and Trish Forstner (F)
32 pages | Fantasy | $3.99 | Teen

Dynamite’s all-new ongoing series, in continuity with the epic Gargoyles television series continues! The Gargoyles have awakened from their stone sleep – but will it be in time to save Maggie the Cat and her unborn mutate child from Thailog and Sevarius? Plus, don’t miss the return of Dominic Dracon!

Gargoyles #2

James Bond Celebrates 70th Anniversary On the Run in 007: For King and Country!

The world’s most famous super spy is back for another thrilling declassified case, as critically acclaimed and bestselling author Phillip Kennedy Johnson celebrates the renowned multimedia superstar character’s 70th anniversary in a new comic series!

007: For King and Country kicks off 70 years of 007 with an all-new, nail-biting Bond adventure like no other. Artist Giorgio Spalletta joins Johnson for another chapter. The series starts in April, in line with the 1953 original publication of Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale.

Accused of murder on British soil, James Bond is marked a traitor by his own government. M has sent the entire legion of 00 agents after 007 to stamp out what seems to be the ultimate betrayal. This leaves Bond on the run, with only 003 – Gwendolyn Gann – as his sole ally. Gann is presumed dead and also labelled a traitor. Together Bond and 003 embark on a clandestine mission that could have globe-shattering ramifications!

Can James and Gwen survive to die another day? Or will their own erstwhile allies catch up to them before they can unravel a massive conspiracy? Fans can find out in this hotly anticipated entry into the 007 mythos from one of the biggest names in comics, as Dynamite, Ian Fleming Publications, and company mark a major milestone!

Johnson and Spalletta are joined by a squad of top talents in depicting Bond and Gwen on covers for the series. Joseph Michael Linsner makes his Bond franchise debut, bringing his iconic style to the spy. Rebeca Puebla, Chuma Hill, and Lesley “Leirix” Li also feature with stunning takes on this duo of agents in the crosshairs.

Ani-Mia Pits Red Sonja Against a Deadly Mermaid

Dynamite has announced another exciting collaboration with cosplayer, host, and writer Ani-Mia! Following a special crowdfunded Vampirella variant cover, and her writing contributions to Bettie Page, Mia is back channeling the She-Devil With a Sword! Red Sonja: Pearls Before Swine is a prestige project featuring the legendary sword and sorcery heroine, available now exclusively on Indiegogo!

Red Sonja just wanted to take a breather between her perilous adventures. The Hyrkanian heroine has been up the snow covered mountains, through the wind-swept valleys, across scorched deserts, and felled an endless number of foes of man and beast. Even the hardest working adventurers deserve some rest and recuperation. No chance for that though in the life of Red Sonja!

She discovers a band of soldiers, most dead the rest quickly bleeding out. They tell her of a fabled vicious mermaid that watches over a captivating and valuable pearl. With the promise of gold and glory, Sonja sets out to take on this foe – and this isn’t any bright cartoony mermaid! Will she be able to survive this deadly underwater battle? And could there be more to the pearl than its shiny visage lets on?

Mia’s writing is complemented by the art of Igor Lima, colorist Adriano Augusto, and letterer Carlos M. Mangual. Of course as a widely beloved cosplayer, Mia shines in the spotlight on a cover as well. She’s also invited two cosplay colleagues and friends along for the party, with variant covers featuring Duhdragon Cosplay and Amanda Kitson.

The comic is available to order now on Indiegogo, with expected delivery in April. Fans can choose between the three cosplay covers, a combo pack, signed and personalized options, and rare collectible editions like CGC grading, holofoil, and metal variants. Mia is also offering a limited number of personalized video greetings for fans too!

Preview: Red Sonja/Hell Sonja #2

Red Sonja/Hell Sonja #2

Writer: Jordan Clark
Artist: Miriana Puglia
Covers: Rebeca Puebla (A), Lesley “Leirix” Li (B), Joseph Michael Linsner (C), Drew Moss (D), Cosplay / Rachel Hollon (E)
32 pages | Horror / Sword & Sorcery | $3.99 | Teen+

Red Sonja and Hell Sonja forge a decidedly uneasy truce, banding together to defeat the horrendous creatures that followed Hell Sonja out of the very bowels of Hell itself. But how long can only two warriors hold back an entire chaotic underworld?

Red Sonja/Hell Sonja #2

Preview: Vampirella: Mindwarp #5

Vampirella: Mindwarp #5

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

Final issue! As Vampirella’s past almost literally crashes into the present, she must prevent an unnatural exorcism that would gift the Baroness with life eternal. All Vampi has to do is defeat a never-ending parade of flesh-eating monsters!

Vampirella: Mindwarp #5
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