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Preview: Canto #3

Canto #3

David M. Booher (w) • Drew Zucker (a & c)

Into the belly of the beast! Canto consults with the Hermit and learns the surprising truth about the slavers. Canto’s path is now laid out before him, but is he prepared to face a foe known only as the Shrouded Man?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Canto #3
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Preview: Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #1

Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #1

Sam Maggs (w) • Sweeney Boo (a & c)

Go higher, further, and faster with Captain Marvel in this brand-new, all-ages adventure!

Carol Danvers’ quiet night with BFF Jessica Drew (a.k.a. Spider-Woman) takes a cat-astrophic turn when Manhattan’s bodegas are suddenly overrun by a host of angry felines! And not just any felinesFlerkens, the most terrifying, pocket-dimension-holding, tentacle-devouring kitty-look-alikes in the entire universe! Carol’s paw-sitive she can handle the situation on her own, but questions remain: can she overcome the fur-midible foes before it’s too late? How well does the “Find My Phone” function actually work? And will there be more cat puns?!

It’s a Flerken invasion in the latest addition to the mighty Marvel Action banner!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #1

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Transformers '84 #0

Wednesdays 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 Wednesday.

Bad Reception #1 (AfterShock) – It’s a celebrity wedding with no cellphones and no wifi and someone’s killing the guests. The concept sounds like entertaining slasher horror and we’re excited to check it out.

Criminal #7 (Image Comics) – One of the best comics on the market. Amazing writing and amazing art and consistently good. If you’re a fan of crime stories, this is a must and even if you’re not, check it out for the execution.

Excellence #4 (Image Comics/Skybound) – A new take on modern-day wizards, the series gets better with every issue.

The Goon #4

The Goon #4 (Albatross Funnybooks) – One of the most fun comics out there. It’s a comedic horror Popeye (these are all good things) that mixes some action and punching with a good dose of humor.

Powers of X #3 (Marvel) – We’re halfway through this volume of Jonathan Hickman’s reinvention of the X-Men and the ideas are out there and keep coming.

Pretty Violent #1 (Image Comics) – Gamma Rae wants to be a superhero and has had powers since she was a baby. The problem is, her siblings are notorious hero-murdering criminals. The comic sounds like an over the top superhero comedy and we’re here for it.

Springtime in Chernobyl (IDW Publishing) – Emmanuel Lepage chronicles his trip to Chernobyl in 2008 in this graphic memoir.

Strayed #1 (Dark Horse) – A military-industrial complex reigns over humanity and destroys alien worlds. The galaxy’s only hope is in an astral-projecting cat and its owner. This sounds like exactly what sci-fi is about, entertainment and reflecting on socio/political issues.

Superman: Year One #2 (DC Comics) – The first issue of Frank Miller and John Romita Jr.’s take on Superman’s origin was interesting and exceeded our expectations so we’re excited to see if the second issue can deliver too.

Transformers ’84 #0 (IDW Publishing) – Celebrating 35 years of Transformers, the issue is a prequel to the original comic series. Yeah, our inner child is squealing over this one.

Preview: Transformers 84 #0

Transformers 84 #0

Simon Furman (w) • Guido Guidi (a & c)

An all-new prequel to the original 1984 Transformers #1! Celebrating 35 years of Transformers!

War has gripped the planet Cybertron, but an even deadlier threat looms-an asteroid belt powerful enough to destroy the metal world unless Autobot Field Commander Optimus Prime and his heroic recruits can clear a path for the planet. But what other motivations does Prime have for this mission? And how does it tie to a secret on Earth in the eleventh century? 

Celebrating 35 years of TRANSFORMERS!

Reuniting the Transformers: Regeneration One team of Simon Furman and Guido Guidi!

FC • 36 pages • $4.99

Transformers 84 #0

Aimee Garcia and AJ Mendez Join GLOW vs. The Babyface Creative Team this November

IDW Publishing welcomes Aimee Garcia, former WWE superstar and New York Times bestseller AJ Mendez, and sensational returning artist Hannah Templer as the rasslin’ roster behind the upcoming comic book series, GLOW vs. The Babyface. A new story set in the world of the acclaimed Netflix Original comedy series and overseen by showrunners Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, this four-part miniseries match-up debuts in November.

In GLOW vs. The Babyface, the women of GLOW are preparing for an all-new sort of a foe… a news anchor! As they learn the art of the promo to convince the media that GLOW isn’t a bad influence on children, they discover a much bigger problem — a runaway who’s been living under the ring. Madness and mayhem ensue as the preteen girl finds herself in the hands of L.A.’s least qualified babysitters!

GLOW vs the Babyface #1 will ship with different cover options: Cover A by Veronica Fish, Cover B by Nicole Goux, and a Retailer Incentive edition by Catherine Nodet.

Preview: Road of Bones #4

Road of Bones #4

Rich Douek (w) • Alex Cormack (a & c)

Roman and Sergei passed the point of no return a long time ago. All that remains is the question of whether they will finally taste freedomor die in the frozen wasteland. Yet even as they work together to survive the brutal and unforgiving tundra, the machinations of the Domovik may wind up consuming them both. The epic tale of survival horror comes to a deadly conclusion in Road of Bones #4 from writer Rich Douek (Gutter Magic) and artist Alex Cormack (SINK).

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Road of Bones #4
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