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Today’s New Digital Releases Includes DC, VIZ, Kodansha, and More

Snow Angels Season Two

Today is one of two new comic book days and comiXology has your digital comic needs covered. See what you can get by the publisher below or start shopping now!

AAM-Markosia

comiXology Originals

DC Comics

Europe Comics

Fantagraphics

Harlequin

Harpercollins

Kodansha

Scholastic Graphix

Scout Comics

Seven Seas

Vertical

VIZ Media

Yen Press


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New DC, Kodansha, VIZ Media, and More is Available Now on comiXology

I Am Batman #1

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comiXology Originals

DC Comics

Fantagraphics

Harlequin

HarperCollins

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Kodansha

Seven Seas

VIZ Media

Yen Press


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ComiXology Originals Announces We Only Kill Each Other by Stephanie Phillips and Peter Krause

ComiXology Originals will be releasing We Only Kill Each Other, a new gritty violent 5-issue historical fiction comic book series written by up and comer Stephanie Phillips, illustrated by Peter Krause, with colors by Ellie Wright, lettering by Troy Peteri and covers by superstar artist Dave JohnsonWe Only Kill Each Other issue #1 arrives digitally from comiXology Originals November 16, 2021 and will debut in print next year.

The year is 1938. The threat of World War II looms over the United States, where Nazi sympathizers and fascists have taken root on American soil in alarming numbers. In New York City, resistance to the American Nazi movement grows amongst the ranks of Jewish-American gangsters. Enter Jonas Kaminsky, a rising small-time gangster who’s embroiled in a turf war with Levi Solomon, an old-time mob boss with millions tied up in gambling and booze. When thrown together in an unexpected circumstance, it turns out that the one thing these gangsters hate more than each other is Nazis.

We Only Kill Each Other collecting issues #1-5 [136 pages / color / ISBN: 978-1-50672808-7 /MSRP $19.99/25.99 pbk] arrives in print for the first time from Dark Horse Books on April 19, 2022.

ComiXology Has Today’s Digital Releases Covered Featuring DC, Kodansha, VIZ Media, and More!

Batman #112

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AAM-Markosia

Abrams – Amulet Books

Andrews McMeel

comiXology Originals

DC Comics

Fantagraphics

Harlequin

Harpercollins

Kodansha

Seven Seas

Urban Comics

VIZ Media


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New DC, Kodansha, Yen Press, and more available Now on comiXology

Batman: Fear State: Alpha

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Andrews McMeel Publishing

comiXology Originals

Compass Inc.

DC Comics

Kodansha

Les Humanoïdes Associés

Scholastic Graphix

Seven Seas

Yen Press


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Review: Snow Angels Season Two #3

Snow Angels Season Two #3

Snow Angels second season is here! The trudge through the snow into the unknown has been filled with tension up to this point and the series has pivoted in some ways to being a straight up sci-fi horror. Milli and Mae have stumbled upon a whole new world as they’re still being pursued by the Snowman. What it wants is unknown but the body count it leaves in its wake has been impressive. Snow Angels Season Two #3 ups the tension as the Snowman has come across the mysterious village and it seems nothing can stop it.

What’s impressive about Snow Angels Season Two #3 is Jeff Lemire‘s ability to keep the story simple but tense. The issue is a quick read but it’s full of tension and emotion. Lemire’s story is a horror story. The Snowman is a serial killer stalking its victims much like Jason or Michael Meyers. The setting though is a strange snow covered, cold world.

What Lemire also does so well is show, not tell. There’s so many details packed into the issue as Mae and Milli attempt to flee. There’s pages you’ll linger on attempting to figure out their discoveries. We’re delivered the wonder as they stumble upon it. And what’s teased is world changing in so many ways.

Lemire is helped by the art of Jock whose style works so well with the comic and story. Space is given to let the world and its surroundings to play out. It’s very much like the “astronaut” tease in Alien that has viewers guessing as to what they’ve witnessed. With lettering by Steve Wands all of that plays in the background as the focus is on the terror of everyone being hunted. There’s such emotional, and fear, that plays out and by the end, you’re fearful for Mae and Milli’s fate.

Snow Angels Season Two #3 is another fantastic issue. It really plays to the strengths of comic books using the visuals to tell so much of the story. But brilliantly, so much of that is in the background for readers to spot. It’s acknowledge only briefly, the focus is in the fear and the hunt. With issues to go, this is a series that keeps you guessing as to where it’s going.

Story: Jeff Lemire Art: Jock Letterer: Steve Wands
Story: 8.45 Art: 8.75 Overall: 8.65 Recommendation: Buy

comiXology provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review


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Today’s New Digital Releases Includes DC, Kodansha, VIZ Media, and More

Superman and the Authority #2

Today is one of two new comic book days and comiXology has your digital needs covered. Check out today’s new releases by the publisher below or start shopping now.

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DC Comics

Densho Bato

Harlequin

Harpercollins

Humanoids

Kodansha

Seven Seas

Urban Comics

VIZ Media


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Today’s New Digital Releases Includes DC, comiXology Originals, Kodansha, and More!

Batman 89 #1

Today is one of two new comic book days this week and comiXology has your digital comic needs covered. See what you can get by the publisher below and start shopping now!

AAM-Markosia

comiXology Originals

DC Comics

Fantagraphics

Harlequin

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Humanoids

Kid Beowulf Comics

Kodansha

Marvel

Seven Seas

Urban Comics

VIZ Media

Yen Press


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Preview: Lost on Planet Earth

Lost on Planet Earth

Written by Magdalene Visaggio
Art by Claudia Aguirre

Collects issues #1-5 of the comiXology Originals digital series, for the first time in print.

It’s 2381, and Basil Miranda, on the verge of graduation, knows exactly what she’s doing with the rest of her life and always has: a primo assignment on the best ship in the fleet alongside her best friend in the world. She has meticulously prepared herself, and the final Fleet Exam is tomorrow. But what if none of that is what she really wants? And why hasn’t she ever asked herself that before?

Lost on Planet Earth is the latest expectation-defying story from Visaggio, the Eisner-nominated writer of Kim & Kim and Eternity GirlLost on Planet Earth reunites Visaggio with artist Aguirre. The pair previously collaborated on Kim & Kim and created the acclaimed series Morning in America; they are joined by letterer Zakk Saam and editor Joe Corallo.

Lost on Planet Earth [136 pages / color / on sale August 3 in bookstores and everywhere books are sold and August 4 in comic shops / MSRP $19.99/$25.99 pbk / ISBN: 978-1-50672-456-0 / Dark Horse Books]

Lost on Planet Earth

Today’s New Digital Releases Includes DC, Kodansha, Seven Seas, comiXology Originals, and More!

Lost Falls #1

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comiXology Originals

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Fantagraphics

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Kodansha

Marvel

Scholastic Graphix

Seven Seas

Sozo Comics

Urban Comics

VIZ Media

Yen Press


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