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ComiXology Features a Trio of New Releases Including Legends of the Dark Knight #2

There are three new releases on comiXology today highlight by Legends of the Dark Knight #2 from DC. Start shopping or check out the individual issues below.

Legends of the Dark Knight (2021-) #2

Written by Darick Robertson
Pencils Darick Robertson
Inks Richard P. Clark
Colored by Diego Rodriguez

BAD NIGHT, GOOD KNIGHT PART 2! You don’t do business in Gotham City without running afoul of the Joker! The Clown Prince of Crime has gotten his hands on the deadly chemical and he’s going to expose it to all of Gotham City, Batman is going to have to stop him and save the GCPD from the Joker’s wrath.

Legends of the Dark Knight (2021-) #2

Baby In The Making

Written by Elizabeth Bevarly
Art by Takako Hashimoto

Hannah was a lonely seamstress who was separated from her parents at the age of three. Working her day job at a high-end men’s clothing store, she also dreamed of one day opening her own store, but one day she was told a shocking truth. She was the granddaughter of a wealthy man, and the sole heir to his fortune. How could I be the only heir? But in order to receive her inheritance, she must become pregnant within six months. Hannah had no boyfriend or boyfriend, so she asked her client Yaeger, who she had been talking to for a long time, to help her. He was an attractive businessman who was also popular with women, and he seemed like a perfect match for a sperm donor, but then he came up with three unexpected conditions…

Baby In The Making

Un Mariage Pour Récupérer Ses Jumeaux Vol. 3: Requis: Les Milliardaires les Plus Éligibles du Monde

Written by Penny Jordan
Art by Tomomi Yamashita

Ruby, la plus jeune et la moins expérimentée de ses sœurs, se rend toute seule à une soirée où elle fait la rencontre d’un bel homme, Sander. Elle finit par passer la nuit avec lui. Mais le lendemain matin, il change totalement d’attitude envers elle et la met hors de sa chambre. Six années ont passé. La seule chose qui donne un sens à sa vie ce sont ses jumeaux. Sander réapparaît de nulle part et essaie de lui prendre les enfants, la forçant ainsi à faire une proposition audacieuse pour contrarier cet homme riche !

Un Mariage Pour Récupérer Ses Jumeaux Vol. 3: Requis: Les Milliardaires les Plus Éligibles du Monde

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Legends of the Dark Knight Debuts plus 3 Releases from Yen Press and Harlequin

There are four new comics available on comiXology. Legends of the Dark Knight #1 is the highlight of releases as the latest DC Digital First debuts. Check out the individual releases below or start shopping now.

Legends of the Dark Knight (2021-) #1

Written by Darick Robertson
Pencils Darick Robertson
Inks Darick Robertson
Colored by Diego Rodriguez
Cover by Darick Robertson, Diego Rodriguez

BAD NIGHT, GOOD KNIGHT begins! Legendary Creator Darick Robertson (The Boys, Happy) crafts a horrifying night in Gotham City that will change Batman forever. A new player in the city is selling a deadly chemical and all of Batman’s villains want to buy. Batman is going to have to stop the chemical from being sold, and stop a deadly stand-off between The Penguin and Mr. Freeze!

Legends of the Dark Knight (2021-) #1

Dead Mount Death Play #63

Written by Ryohgo Narita
Art by Shinta Fujimoto

Read the next chapter of Dead Mount Death Play the same day as Japan!

Dead Mount Death Play #63

Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One #53

Written by Kumo Kagyu
Art by Shingo Adachi, Noboru Kannatuki, Kento Sakaeda

This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality gore

Goblin Slayer’s promotion exam begins in earnest. His first task—tracking some goblins, and trying to explain what he sees as common sense to someone else… Read the next chapter of Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One the same day as Japan!

Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One #53

Surprise, Surprise!

Written by Annette Broadrick
Art by Riho Sachimi

Dane Ross is a workaholic company president, who gets demanded by his doctor to take a ten-day vacation from work. His secretary, Kathryn Collier enjoys her time without her unfriendly and boring boss, until she receives an urgent call from him, ‘help me! There are baby twins at my door!’ Shocked to hear her boss ask for help, Kathryn drops her work to run to the boss, to see him struggling with two energetic baby girls. Seeing Dane in his normal clothes covered with baby saliva and talking softly while changing diapers…this isn’t the Dane Ross she knows!

Surprise, Surprise!

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Review: Space Bastards #3

Space Bastards #3

Space Bastards #3 shifts the focus of the series a bit. This issue focuses on Manny and his seeking revenge against Proton. The result is another hilarious issue that’s over the top in action, violence, and pretty offensive things. In other words, it’s par for the course for the series.

The series follows the Intergalactic Postal Service, a space based postal service with a twist. It’s not as simple as delivering a package. Instead, the race to deliver is a contest with the package being able to be stolen from other delivery people. For each handler, the price of delivery goes up. Also, anything goes. Kill your competition if you need to snag the package and complete the delivery. That last bit results in what’s been an over the top comic where the guns go ablaze and blood splatters.

Manny is pissed he had his package stolen by Proton resulting in an attack after the package has been delivered. This gets Manny suspended for 24 hours and even more pissed.

Writers Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey deliver another crazy issue where Manny is on the warpath and a package has to be delivered. Bombs go off. Bullets fly. Flamethrowers BBQ the competition. And that’s more on the tame end of things.

The issue introduces Zordakk, my new favorite character who has an interesting speaking pattern and says whatever’s on his mind. It’s hard to not laugh at what he says, no matter how offensive and off it is.

Darick Robertson is the maestro of chaos with color by Diego Rodriguez and lettering by Simon Bowland. The visuals are the usual entertaining with almost glee at the destruction. The story sets up the joke but it’s the visual that delivers the punchline. The comic just wouldn’t work as well with a different style to it. Everything is exaggerated visually with large explosions and blood flowing. The characters too deliver that over-the-top aspect with their emotions flowing.

Space Bastards #3 is another fantastic issue. The issue, and series, seems to revel in the death and destruction. It bathes in it. The series is a fun one with a bit of a throwback to Heavy Metal aspect about it. It’s a fun series where you have no idea what’s coming next, keeping readers on their toes for the next kill.

Story: Eric Peterson, Joe Aubrey Art: Darick Robertson
Color: Diego Rodriguez Letterer: Simon Bowland
Story: 8.15 Art: 8.15 Overall: 8.15 Recommendation: Buy

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Anthrax’s Among the Living Full Lineup Revealed

Among the Living

The Among the Living graphic novel pulls together a who’s who of names from around comics and music for a track-by-track storyline inspired by one of heavy metal’s most iconic albums, with the full creative lineup announced today.
An anthology narrated by the longtime mascot “The Not Man” newly designed by Greg Nicotero and written by Jimmy Palmiotti and illustrated by classic Aliens artist Nelson; Among the Living unites bandmembers Joey Belladonna, Frank BelloCharlie Benante, and Scott Ian, with writers, artists, and other rock legends in a tribute to their landmark 1987 album, featuring covers by JG JonesEric Powell, and a preorder variant from Charlie Benante

As previously announced, Scott Ian will contribute an original story inspired by the fan-favorite anthem “I Am the Law,” featuring the legendary comic book antihero Judge Dredd, in partnership with 2000 AD. This will make official the decades-long connection between the character and the band, rewarding comic book fans and metalheads alike, and features art by longtime Dredd artist Chris Weston.
The full lineup can be found below:

1- Among the Living 
Writer: Brian Posehn
Artist: Scott Koblish and Alladin Collar

2- Caught in a Mosh 
Writer: Gerard and Mikey Way
Artist: Darick Robertson and Diego Rodriguez

3- I Am the Law (featuring Judge Dredd)
Writer: Scott Ian 
Artist: Chris Weston and Alladin Collar

4- Efilnikufesin (N.F.L.)
Writer: Rick Remender and Joe Trohman
Artist: Roland Boschi and Dan Brown

5- A Skeleton in the Closet 
Writer: Corey Taylor 
Artist: Maan House 

6- Indians 
Writer: Grant Morrison 
Artist: Freddie Williams II and Andrew Dalhouse

7- One World  
Writer: Frank Bello 
Artist: Andy Belanger and Tatto Caballero

8- A.D.I./Horror of it All
Writer: Brian Azzarello 
Artist: Dave Johnson

9- Imitation of Life
Writer: Rob Zombie 
Artist: Erik Rodriguez and Steve Chanks

This graphic novel event of the year will be released in finer comic shops and bookstores on May 12 and is available to preorder with your favorite retailer now. Exclusive deluxe and super deluxe editions packaged with special vinyl and more are available to order directly from Z2’s website now, with Charlie Benante’s Judge Dredd variant exclusive to Z2 preorders of the standard edition!

Get an Exclusive First Look at Space Bastards #5 Plus Back Vol. 2 on Kickstarter!

We have an exclusive look at the cover for Space Bastards #5! Space Bastards, is the high-octane, outrageous comic series about murderous mercenary mailmen in space that has delivered with each issue. The over the top series is from writers Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey, artist and co-creator Darick Robertson, colorist Pete Pantazis, and lettered by Taylor Esposito. The comic has featured crazy action, violence, and some biting humor.

In Space Bastards #5:

There is perhaps no job in the known universe more dangerous than being a postal carrier. But for one day a year, the Intergalactic Postal Service shuts down for Sharptoberfest, a celebration so wild and debaucherous it could only be used to commemorate the birth of Roy Sharpton, Postmaster General & CEO of the IPS. But with every major player gathered under one roof, could this year’s bash be the perfect opportunity for a hostile takeover? With an ending you have to see to believe, this is one issue of SPACE BASTARDS you cannot miss!

And, if you’re enjoying Space Bastards and don’t want to miss out on the craziness, Space Bastards Volume 2 is currently on Kickstarter. The Kickstarter allows you to get both volumes of the series in a hardcover edition. The project has just a few more days to go and ends on February 18 at 11:55 PM EST.

Space Bastards #5

Legends of the Dark Knight Returns in a Brand New Series

Debuting in 1989, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight put Batman in the hands of some of the most talented writers and artists in comics, such as Denny O’Neil, Grant Morrison, Ed Hannigan, Mike W. Barr, Doug Moench, José Luis Garcia-López, Klaus Janson, and others. Their efforts yielded unforgettable story arcs for comic book fans, such as “Shaman,” “Prey,” which redefined the evil and twisted Dr. Hugo Strange, “Gothic,” and “Venom,” the story that introduced the dangerous super steroid to a Santa Prisca prison inmate who would later be known as Bane.

On April 2, this influential anthology returns as a new DC Digital First series, Legends of the Dark Knight. Stories will be released digitally as 10-page weekly “chapters,” with two digital chapters making one print issue; issue #1 arrives in comic book stores on May 18Legends of the Dark Knight will serve as a place for both well-known and up-and-coming creative talent to tell new, evergreen stories, appealing to a wide variety of fans, all based on one of the most beloved and enduring characters in popular culture.

Legends of the Dark Knight kicks off with a six-part weekly/three-issue monthly tale, written and illustrated by Darick Robertson, with colors by Diego Rodriguez and letters by Simon Bowland. In “Bad Night, Good Knight,” a new player has arrived on the scene in Gotham City and is selling deadly chemicals to the worst villains in town: Mr. Freeze, the Penguin, and even The Joker! It’s up to Batman to stop the villains, track down the supplier, and save Gotham City from not only his most vicious foes, but this new mystery villain.

Future stories will showcase the talents of writers Stephanie Phillips, Becky Cloonan, Brandon Thomas, Matthew Rosenberg, Brandon Easton, Che Grayson, and comics writing newcomer Yedoye Travis.

Contributing artists include Cian Tormey, Giannis Milonogiannis, Karl Mostert, Max Dunbar, Dike Ruan, Belén Ortega, and Nina Vakueva.

The series debut issue features a dynamic cover by Robertson, with a card stock variant cover by David Marquez, 1:25 ratio variant cover by Riccardo Federici, and a special “teams” variant cover by Francesco Francavilla available to retailers ordering more than 250 copies. At the series digital launch on March 28, each digital chapter sells for $.99 on all participating digital platforms. Each 32-page monthly issue sells for $3.99, with the card stock variant priced at $4.99.

Review: Space Bastards #2

Space Bastards #2

Space Bastards #2 is offensive. Really offensive. It’s also at times really funny and over the top. It’s a comic that’s self-aware and runs with it all. The issue takes us back a bit revealing how Roy Sharpton built the Intergalactic Postal Service. It involves really bad stereotypes of Native Americans/First Nations and some pretty over the top abuse of workers.

Written by Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey, Space Bastards #2 is an origin story in a way. It doesn’t really progress the first issue instead of taking us back to the beginning. Sharpton is a failed businessman and over the top annoying. He’s a person you can’t help but hate for a long list of reasons. Having been sold a failing business we see how Sharpton took the steps to rebuild the company to make it what it is. We’re also delivered hints as to what issues are coming down the road.

The comic is offensive in so many ways. Sharpton randomly yells out so many bad stereotypes and eventually forces his employees to dress in as offensive ways. Luckily things are called out a bit and it’s pointed out how obnoxious the character. Like the first issue, Space Bastards #2 seems to go over the top with everything. The first issue was violence. The second issue is how many offensive stereotypes can be crammed in.

But, the issue also begins to pivot things in a way. Where I thought we were just getting a series about these crazy postal staffers, it looks like the series will be something more and else.

Darick Robertson provides the art with Diego Rodriguez on color and Simon Bowland handle the lettering. Like the first issue, the art is fantastic. The bring such energy and life to the series. It’s over the top and the art is right there like a Looney Tunes cartoon. Scenes just make you laugh in the situations and the character designs. But, it’s a laughter of “oh shit” in how offensive it can be. There’s something there though and I found myself laughing, a lot.

Space Bastards #2 is another solid issue. It’s going to piss people off but it knows it’s being offensive and delivers it all in a way that it’s not meant in a serious manner. We’re supposed to think Sharpton is an asshole and wince at what he does. There’s an over the top nature of it all that it’s hard to take it too seriously and not see the second issue as an extension of the gonzo first.

Story: Eric Peterson, Joe Aubrey Art: Darick Robertson
Color: Diego Rodriguez Letterer: Simon Bowland
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy

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It’s the Last Ride for the Justice League from Chip Zdarsky, Miguel Mendonca, and Enrica Eren Angiolini

Eisner award-winning writer Chip Zdarsky, all-star artist Miguel Mendonça, and colorist Enrica Eren Angiolini attempt to fix a broken Justice League in time to stave off the universe’s final hours in Justice League: Last Ride, a new Digital First limited series from DC.

Once, the Justice League was the most powerful collection of superheroes in the universe. But an unthinkable tragedy within its ranks has caused Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman to go their separate ways, leaving the League broken and disbanded under a veil of anger and mistrust. Now, against the backdrop of the universe’s greatest murder trial, can the League reconcile the past before they’re eradicated by the greatest villains in the cosmos?

Featuring a main cover by Darick Robertson and a card stock variant by series artist Mendonça, Justice League: Last Ride uncovers the shocking truth behind the League’s greatest failure and their ability to rise above to protect the universe on final time. This limited series will be available as sixteen weekly, digital chapters, followed by eight monthly print issues. The first digital chapter debuts on participating digital platforms on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, with the print issue launching in comic book stores on Tuesday, May 11. 2021. Each 10-page digital chapter sells for $.99 and each 32-page monthly print issue sells for $3.99, with the print card stock variant available for $4.99.

Preview: Space Bastards #2

Space Bastards #2

(W) Joe Aubrey, Eric Peterson (A) Darick Robertson
In Shops: Feb 10, 2021
SRP: $4.99

Acclaimed artist Darick Robertson (The Boys, HAPPY!) joins writers Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey as they unleash the galaxy’s most vicious and depraved…parcel couriers?

The secret origin of the IPS! Several years ago, after failing to make a profitable exit from his sex robot company, Roy Sharpton hit upon his next big idea: buy the failing Intergalactic Postal Service! Learn how he combined Uber and Rollerball into a violent and competitive army of contract workers–and the most successful business in history!

Space Bastards #2
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