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The Lake Como Comic Art Festival Reveals New Logo by Celebrated Artist Bill Sienkiewicz…and more

Lake Como Comic Arts Festival

The Lake Como Comic Art Festival has unveiled a stunning new logo designed by celebrated artist Bill Sienkiewicz, announced its first wave of 2024 guests, and debuted its new, prestigious Mattiniero Level. The celebrated art festival, now in its fifth edition, offers fans and collectors an intimate opportunity to meet and purchase original art from world renowned artists at a luxury destination in Italy. This year’s guest list includes first time attendees Jordi Bernet, Bill Morrison, David Petersen, Glenn Fabry, David Finch, Philip Tan, John Romita Jr., and Charles Vess, along with returning guests Frank Cho, Juanjo Guarnido, Tula Lotay, and Bill Sienkiewicz. The Lake Como Comic Art Festival will commence on Friday May 17th 2024, at an opening reception overlooking the lake and gardens of the historic Villa Erba in Cernobbio, Lake Como Italy, followed by two full days of attendees interacting with some of the most renowned comic book artists from around the world. 

To celebrate the unveiling of the new logo, Lake Como Comic Art Festival will be doing a giveaway of a Sienkiewicz sketch on their website. Sienkiewicz’s artwork has been exhibited at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro; galleries in Paris, Barcelona, and Tuscany; Spain’s famed La Semana Negra Festival; and dozens of other locations. He has produced work for advertising campaigns for Nike, MTV, and Nissan; dozens of feature films; the 2006 Winter Olympics; and magazines such as Entertainment Weekly and Spin

Tickets for the 2024 Festival, on sale soon, will include “The Mattiniero” level, an exclusive introductory package that includes show tickets and bonus art.

NYCC 2023: Avengers Assemble and more during Marvel’s Avengers Assemble panel!

At New York Comic 2023, Marvel revealed what’s coming for the Avengers in the next few months during the Avengers Assemble: A This Week in Marvel Special Event. The panel was held on Thursday and revealed teases of art and more for issues coming out between now and February 2024.

Avengers United

Avengers United #1 is out now on Marvel Unlimited having launched during the panel. The start of a new Avengers epic as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes assemble in response to an impending interstellar disaster! Avengers United is by writer Derek Landy, art by Marcio Fiorito, and color by Erick Arciniega.

Avengers #7

Out on November 1, interior artwork for Avengers #7 was revealed. Avengers #7 is from writer by Jed MacKay, art by C.F. Villa, and color by Federico Blee.

Avengers #9

The Avengers battle the Twilight Court…for the sake of Kang the Conqueror? The Twilight Court wishes to bring Kang to justice, but the Avengers still have need of the comatose conqueror. Which side can claim to truly be just? 

Avengers #9 arrived January 10 from writer Jed MacKay, art by C.F. Villa, and a cover by Stuart Immonen you can see below.

Avengers #9

Avengers #10

As the Avengers battle the Twilight Court, the mysterious Myrddin has his rival within reach. With Kang being the only source of information the Avengers have regarding the Tribulation Events, can the Avengers save him before Myrddin strikes? 

Written by Jed MacKay, with art by C.F. Villa, and cover by Stuart Immonen you can see below, Avengers #10 comes to shops on February 7.

Avengers #10

Vengeance of the Moon Knight #2

Khonshu VS. Khonshu! Fist of Khonshu fights Fist of Khonshu as the new Moon Knight brings the fight to the Midnight Mission and Hunter’s Moon – but what could drive brothers to battle? And with the Mission a battleground, what of those who seek aid? 

Vengeance of the Moon Knight #2 arrives February 14 from writer Jed MacKay, art by Alessandro Cappuccio, and cover by David Finch which you can see below.

Vengeance of Moon Knight #2

Immortal Thor #3

Interior artwork from Immortal Thor #3 was revealed. You can get it October 25 with the issue from writer Al Ewing, art by Martín Cóccolo, and colors by Matt Wilson.

Immortal Thor #6

A LEGEND FROM THE PAST! The All-Father sought answers to his new troubles in memories of old. And to refresh those memories, he consulted his Skald… to tell a tale of when Young Thor and Young Loki journeyed out beyond Asgard – on a quest that would determine the fate of all the Realms. This is the story of the IMMORTAL THOR…and of his first Journey Into Mystery. 

Immortal Thor #6 arrives January 24 from writer Al Ewing, art by Martín Cóccolo, and a cover by Alex Ross.

Immortal Thor #6

Immortal Thor #7

THE TRIALS OF UTGARD! Young Thor faced the tricks of the Utgard-Loki, with all that lived at stake – in a tale twice-told and now told again. Yet the teller was the Skald of Realms, in their aspect as Thor’s enemy. And thus, the tale could twist upon itself – and if Thor faltered, it could make a new end. This is the story of the IMMORTAL THOR…and the story may yet destroy us all. 

From writer Al Ewing, art by Martín Cóccolo, and a cover by Alex Ross, Immortal Thor #7 comes to shops on February 28.

Immortal Thor #7

Doctor Strange #11

In the aftermath of the war with General Strange, Stephen and Clea must set things to rights. But what about Clea’s new sister? Will they really return her to her warlord parents? Can the Stranges reckon with the legacy of the Faltine? 

Doctor Strange #11 arrives January 3 from writer Jed MacKay, art by Danilo S. Beyruth, and a cover by Alex Ross.

Doctor Strange #11

Doctor Strange #12

Doctor Strange is a busy man — sometimes, it seems like the busiest man. But that man has a best friend. So when there’s something strange haunting the Sanctum Sanctorum, who can we turn to? Why, BATS THE GHOST DOG, of course! But can Bats solve the mystery on his own, or is this good dog in over his head? 

From writer Jed MacKay, art by Danilo S. Beyruth, and cover by Alex Ross, Doctor Strange #12 conjurs itself into shops on February 7.

Doctor Strange #12

Long live the Knight! Vengeance of the Moon Knight launches in January

After the death of Moon Knight… comes his vengeance. Starting next month, readers will witness Marc Spector’s dramatic final moments play out in Moon Knight #28-30, but writer Jed MacKay and artist Alessandro Cappuccio’s mission is far from over! At the start of the new year, the acclaimed creative team’s bold era of Moon Knight enters its next phase in Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1!

Over the course of 30 issues, MacKay and Cappuccio have revitalized the Moon Knight mythos with the introduction of a new fist of Khonshu, Hunter’s Moon; the return of Moon Knight’s archenemy, Black Spectre; and an exciting new calling for Marc Spector at the Midnight Mission! Now, this blockbuster run reaches an explosive turning point as the pieces fall into place for Moon Knight’s ultimate demise. When the dust settles, a new avatar of Khonshu’s wrath will awaken! Complete with a new look and an unquenchable thirst for battle, this mysterious new Moon Knight emerges to take Marc’s place in Vengeance of the Moon Knight–a deadlier Lunar Legionnaire for the dark times ahead!

Clad in the black of mourning, the Midnight Mission remains! But who is left to keep the faith? And how have they been changed by the Black Spectre’s master stroke? The next chapter of Moon Knight starts here as the congregants of the Midnight Mission pick up the pieces and carry on the mission…and find themselves faced with a mysterious new enemy in eerily familiar vestments.

Right now, fans can check out superstar artist David Finch’s Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1 cover as well as Cappuccio’s original design sheet for the new Moon Knight. Be there for the tragic end of Marc Spector, beginning in next month’s Moon Knight #28, and then behold a stunning rebirth of the Moon Knight mantle in Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1 in January! 

Skybound celebrates 20 years of The Walking Dead with variants and weekly drops in October

Skybound has announced its 20th anniversary celebration of The Walking Dead, the groundbreaking comic series created by Robert Kirkman. The deluxe version of the series will see weekly releases throughout its anniversary month of October, all leading up to the legendary issue #75, now presented in glorious full color for the first time.

Skybound debuted a stacked variant lineup for these issues, featuring iconic comics talent like J.H. Williams III, Julian Totino Tedesco, Greg Capullo, and legendary icon Joe Quesada. These all-new covers will appear as variants to The Walking Dead Deluxe #72-75, with each issue presenting the series in full color format for the first time from writer/creator Robert Kirkman, with art by Charlie Adlard and colors by Dave McCaig. Fans will also receive a new look at the worldwide pop culture phenomenon with pinups and exclusive “Cutting Room Floor” commentary by Kirkman, celebrating the secret history of the series. 

A special Newsprint Edition of The Walking Dead Deluxe #1 will also be available in comic book shops on October 11, 2023The 20th anniversary special edition will allow fans to revisit the issue that started it all, now in full color and printed on newsprint for that classic comic feeling!  

The Walking Dead Deluxe (Lunar codes listed below | $3.99) will be available at comic book shops and digital platforms including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play every Wednesday of October 2023.  

A full list of the covers is below: 

The Walking Dead Deluxe #72 by Robert Kirkman, available October 4, 2023 

  • CVR A by David Finch & Dave McCaig
  • Art/CVR B by Charlie Adlard & Dave McCaig
  • CVR C (CONNECTING) by Conor Hughes

The Walking Dead Deluxe #1 (Newsprint Edition) by Robert Kirkman, art by Tony Moore & Dave McCaig, available October 11, 2023 

  • CVR A by David Finch & Dave McCaig 

The Walking Dead Deluxe #73 by Robert Kirkman, available October 11, 2023  

  • CVR A by David Finch & Dave McCaig
  • Art/CVR B by Charlie Adlard & Dave McCaig
  • CVR C (CONNECTING) by J.H. Williams III

The Walking Dead Deluxe #74 by Robert Kirkman, available October 18, 2023 

  • CVR A by David Finch & Dave McCaig
  • Art/CVR B by Charlie Adlard & Dave McCaig
  • CVR C (CONNECTING) by J.H. Williams III
  • CVR D by Julian Totino Tedesco

The Walking Dead Deluxe #75 by Robert Kirkman, available October 25, 2023 

  • CVR A by David Finch & Dave McCaig
  • Art/CVR B by Charlie Adlard & Dave McCaig
  • CVR C by J.H. Williams III
  • CVR D by Julian Totino Tedesco
  • CVR E by Joe Quesada & Richard Isanove
  • CVR F by Greg Capullo & Dave McCaig

Rafael Grampá’s Batman: Gargoyle of Gotham debuts on Batman Day

Rafael Grampá’s dynamic art style has earned him legions of fans worldwide and this September Grampá brings his talents to Batman: Gargoyle of Gotham, a new DC Black Label limited series. The new series debuts Saturday, September 16, Batman Day!

Batman: Gargoyle of Gotham brings Grampá’s twisted vision of both the Dark Knight and the city of Gotham to life in a tale that reaches its icy black tendrils into the deepest and darkest corners of human nature to leave you gasping for breath—and begging for more!

In a Gotham City where every day feels darker and more irredeemable than the last, Batman makes a definitive choice—to kill off the Bruce Wayne identity for good and embrace the cape and cowl full-time. But though he knows the streets of Gotham, Batman will soon come to find that he hardly knows himself. A serial killer is on the loose, and while the murder victims seem random at first, every clue draws Batman closer to the terrifying truth—that they are all connected, not just to each other, but to him as well. When an all-new rogues gallery of utterly depraved villains begins to emerge from the depths of the city, Batman will have to contend with the very nature of evil—including that which lurks in the darkest corners of his own heart—to face what is coming for the city he has sworn to protect.

In addition to Grampá’s breathtaking cover and interior art, a who’s who of comic book luminaries lend their talents to this debut issue in the form of some incredible variant covers.

Fan-favorite artist Jim Lee will be providing a variant cover (featuring colors by series colorist Matheus Lopes), with additional variants from comic book icon and Golden Child collaborator Frank Miller and renowned Batman artist David Finch. A black-and-white version of Lee’s cover will be available as a 1-in-25 “ratio” variant, along with a 1-in-50 variant cover by Priscilla Petraites, a 1-in-100 variant cover from Paul Pope, and a 1-in-250 black-and-white variant cover by Miller, also based on his cover art.

Batman: Gargoyle of Gotham #1 will also be available (at participating retailers) in a “noir” version, showcasing the complete first issue (art and letters) of the story in vivid black and white.

David Finch, Brian Haberlin, Mark Morales, Richard and Wendy Pini, and Matt Slay are coming to Baltimore Comic Con

Make your way to the Baltimore Convention Center this September 8-10 for this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con. The convention has announced the addition of comics guests of David Finch, Brian Haberlin, Mark Morales, Richard and Wendy Pini, and Matt Slay as guests in 2023. Please purchase your tickets here.

Joining us from Canada, David Finch received recognition for his early work at Top Cow Productions on titles such as CyberforceAscension, and Aphrodite IX. He then went on to spend a number of years at Marvel Comics, working on blockbuster titles including Ultimate X-MenAvengers (and the relaunched New Avengers), and Moon Knight before jumping into an exclusive contract with DC Comics in 2010 where he flexed his writing muscles as well as his drawing skills on Batman: The Dark Knight. He also worked on DC’s Forever Evil, and provided art on Wonder Woman (with his wife Meredith on writing duties).

An award-winning comic book artist, writer, editor and producer, Brian Haberlin began his career in comics working at Top Cow Productions, where he co-created the Witchblade franchise. He co-founded Avalon Studios, which published many successful fantasy and sci-fi titles, including: StoneAria, and Area 52. Brian also served as Editor in Chief of Todd McFarlane Productions and penciled and inked its flagship title, Spawn. After co-founding Anomaly Productions, he’s published Anomaly (and Anomaly: The Rubicon), ShifterCreative Creature Catcher (augmented reality children’s book), and a number of comics published through Image Comics (Faster Than LightSonataThe Marked). He currently writes and illustrates the comic Hellcop. Brian teaches comic art at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and his work is in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian Museum.

A longtime comics pro, Mark Morales has worked for many companies, including Image, Dark Horse, Chaos, DC Comics, and Marvel Comics, mostly as an inker. Past projects from Mark include ThorDaredevilBatmanX-MenAvengers vs. X-MenSpider-Man/Deadpool, and Astonishing X-Men. Currently, he is working on Heroes Reborn and The High Republic from Marvel Comics.

Richard Pini is the co-creator, sometimes-writer, editor, and publisher for the long-running fantasy graphic novel series ElfQuest. He is the author of the Eisner-nominated art book Line of Beauty – the Art of Wendy Pini, as well as co-author and editor of two other related volumes: The Art of ElfQuest and ElfQuest – the Art of the Story. A graduate of MIT in astronomy, as well as planetarium writer, lecturer, and teacher, he has contributed articles to magazines on the wonders of the heavens. He managed 2018’s year-long 40th anniversary celebration for ElfQuest, and intends 2028’s 50th anniversary to be a major extravaganza. Most recently, he executive-produced the ElfQuest Audio Movie and the 30-song concept album for Wendy’s Masque of the Red Death.

Wendy Pini has been drawing literally since the age of two, and has worked for Marvel, DC, First Comics, Comico, Dark Horse, Ace, Berkley, Tor Books, and many other publishers. She is the co-creator, writer, artist, and colorist for the long-running fantasy graphic novel series ElfQuest, widely acknowledged as “the first American manga.” She wrote and painted two Beauty and the Beast graphic novels based on the original TV series, as well as a critically acclaimed 400-page dark, futuristic reimagining of Poe’s Masque of the Red Death, currently in development with an award-winning team as a thriller for the musical theatre. Most recently, she story-edited scripts for Season One of Dagaz Media and Realm.fm’s 10-episode Audio Movie adaptation of the first ElfQuest novelization, “Journey to Sorrow’s End.”

Matt Slay has worked in comics for 15 years, but quickly made a name for himself painting variant covers for IDW’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. His dark and earthy watercolors bring a grown-up sense of danger to any character. Born in St. Michaels and raised in Easton, the Maryland native now paints for the sci-fi anthology series Time Traveled Tales with authors such as Timothy Zahn. Matt has generated production art for Marvel Premiere as well as Iron Man 3, and has since provided covers for Six Gun Gorilla and American Mythology’s Equilibrium while writing his own book and cartoon series, 3 Story Dungeon. Matt is represented by Comic Art House.

This year’s confirmed guests for the show include: Arthur Adams (Longshot), Sarah Andersen (Sarah’s Scribbles), Jeremy Bastian (Dune: House Harkonnen), Marty Baumann (Pixar artist), Brian Michael Bendis (Action Comics), Jon Bogdanove (The Death of Superman), Judy Bogdanove (Steel Annual), Mark Buckingham (Fables), Jim Calafiore (NED, Lord of the Pit), Chris Campana (Death Dealer), Richard Case (Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter of Terror), Howard Chaykin (Time Squared), Jim Cheung (Young Avengers), Frank Cho (Harley Quinn), Amy Chu (KISS: The End), Steve Conley (The Middle Age), Katie Cook (Nothing Special), Abby Denson (Uniquely Japan), Todd Dezago (The Perhapanauts), Derec Donovan (Adventures of Superman), Jan Duursema (Star Wars: The High Republic), Garth Ennis (The Boys), David Finch (Moon Knight), Tana Ford (LaGuardia), Trish Forstner (Stray Dogs), Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (DC Nation), Mike Grell (Jon Sable), Gene Ha (Mae), Bob Hall (West Coast Avengers), Cully Hamner (Blue Beetle), Brian Haberlin (Spawn), Tony Harris (The Whistling Skull), Mike Hawthorne (Deadpool), Greg Hildebrandt (Star Wars), Morry Hollowell (Old Man Logan), Mark Irwin (Green Lantern), Klaus Janson (Daredevil), Dave Johnson (100 Bullets), J.G. Jones (Wanted), Barry Kitson (Amazing Spider-Man), Jeff Lemire (Black Hammer), Matthew Loux (Prunella and the Cursed Skull Ring), Kevin Maguire (Justice League), Tom Mandrake (Spectre), Laura Martin (Nubia: Queen of the Amazons), Ron Marz (Green Lantern), Bob McLeod (New Mutants), Adriana Melo (Action Comics), Pop Mhan (Gears of War 3), Al Milgrom (Spectacular Spider-Man), Karl Moline (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Mark Morales (Thor), Trevor Mueller (Re-Possessed), David Pepose (Savage Avengers), David Petersen (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Usagi Yojimbo: WhereWhen), Brandon Peterson (Uncanny X-Men), Richard and Wendy Pini (Elfquest), Ed Piskor (Red Room: Trigger Warnings), Joe Prado (Superman), Afua Richardson (Omni), Don Rosa (Uncle Scrooge), Craig Rousseau (The Perhapanauts), Steve Rude (Nexus), Jim Rugg (Hulk Grand Design), Andy Runton (Owly), Louise Simonson (The Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Special), Walter Simonson (Thor), Matt Slay (Equilibrium), John K. Snyder III (Suicide Squad), Sozomaika (DC Power: A Celebration), Joe Staton (Dick Tracy), John Timms (Superman: Son of Kal-El), Wade von Grawbadger (Justice League), John Workman (Wild Things), and Thom Zahler (Love and Capes).

Preview: Unbreakable Red Sonja #5

Unbreakable Red Sonja #5

Writer: Jim Zub
Artist: Giovanni Valletta and Adrian M. Garcia
Covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Celina (B), Giuseppe Matteoni (C), David Finch B&W (D), Cosplay / Augusta Monroe (E)
32 pages | Sword and Sorcery | $3.99 | Teen+

As past, present, and future collide, Red Sonja must face the final showdown — and a sacrifice will be paid in blood! Is Red Sonja truly unbreakable or is this her final stand? As we head toward 2023, the 50th anniversary of the She-Devil With a Sword, Dynamite’s newest sweeping story of sword & sorcery high adventure comes to a climactic conclusion from writer Jim Zub (Conan the Barbarian, Dungeons & Dragons, Avengers) and artist Giovanni Valletta (John Wick, James Bond)!

Unbreakable Red Sonja #5

Preview: Unbreakable Red Sonja #4

Unbreakable Red Sonja #4

Writer: Jim Zub
Artist: Giovanni Valletta and Adrian M. Garcia
Covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Celina (B), Giuseppe Matteoni (C), David Finch B&W (D), Cosplay / Augusta Monroe (E)
32 pages | Sword and Sorcery | $3.99 | Teen+

Who is Tendra the Forbidden? How deep are the wells of her ambition?
Delve into the twisted origin of Red Sonja’s newest villain and see how her quest for knowledge and vengeance shatters traditions as a new order of power and control takes hold in the Hyborian Age.
As we head toward 2023, the 50th anniversary of the She-Devil With a Sword, Dynamite’s sweeping story of sword & sorcery high adventure continues from writer Jim Zub (Conan the Barbarian, Dungeons & Dragons, Avengers)!

Unbreakable Red Sonja #4

Preview: Unbreakable Red Sonja #3

Unbreakable Red Sonja #3

Writer: Jim Zub
Artist: Giovanni Valletta
Covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Celina (B), Guiseppe Matteoni (C), David Finch (D), Cosplay / Augusta Monroe (E)
32 pages | Sword and Sorcery | $3.99 | Teen

Within the decaying ruins of Admir-Yun, Sonja and her unexpected new companion search for the answers to their strange shared fate. What they find within could change the Hyborian Age forever!
As we head toward 2023 and the 50th anniversary of the She-Devil With a Sword, Dynamite’s sweeping story of sword & sorcery high adventure continues from writer Jim Zub (Conan the Barbarian, Dungeons & Dragons, Avengers) and artist Giovanni Valletta (John Wick, James Bond)!

Unbreakable Red Sonja #3

More Spawn Variants Revealed!

Image Comics has revealed the final six Spawn team-up variants—as part of the Spawn takeover campaign—which will grace the covers of the upcoming issues of The Dead Lucky, The Walking Dead Deluxe, Antioch, Radiant Black, Time Before Time, and The Old Dog. The total number of Spawn team-up variants clocks in at 50 jaw-dropping covers.

Todd McFarlane’s iconic, history-making, record-breaking Spawn will be everywhere next month and will appear on over nearly 50 different Image Comics series’ covers in addition to popping up on many DC variants as part of the Batman/Spawn crossover launch.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Image Comics—and of Spawn’s launch—and December’s Spawn team-up covers provide fans with the perfect way to celebrate the beloved character’s lasting impact and influence on the medium. Everywhere customers look, there Spawn will be.

Spawn will make an appearance on the covers of:

  • 3Keys #3 Cover C by David Messina – Diamond Code SEP228055
  • 20th Century Men #5 Cover C by S. Morian – Diamond Code SEP228056
  • All Against All #1 Cover E by Caspar Wijngaard – Diamond Code SEP228057
  • Antioch #3 – Diamond Code SEP228465
  • Art Brut #1 Cover B by Martín Morazzo – Diamond Code SEP228253
  • Blood Stained Teeth #7 Cover C by Christian Ward – Diamond Code SEP228058
  • The Bone Orchard Mythos: Ten Thousand Black Feathers #4 Cover C by Andrea Sorrentino – Diamond Code SEP228059
  • Creepshow #4 Cover C by Javi Fernandez – Diamond Code SEP228060
  • Dark Ride #3 Cover E by Andrei Bressan & Adriano Lucas – Diamond Code SEP228061
  • The Dead Lucky #5 Cover C by French Carlomagno – Diamond Code SEP228062
  • The Deadliest Bouquet #5 Cover B by Chris Campana & Tom Chu – Diamond Code SEP228063
  • The Department of Truth: The Wild Fictions Special Cover B by Martin Simmonds – Diamond Code SEP228117
  • Do A Powerbomb #7 Cover C by Daniel Warren Johnson – Diamond Code SEP228064
  • Eight Billion Genies #7 Cover C by Ryan Browne – Diamond Code SEP228065
  • Flawed #4 Cover B – Diamond Code SEP228066
  • Golden Rage #5 by Lauren Knight – Diamond Code SEP228110
  • Gospel #2 Cover B by Will Morris – Diamond Code SEP228067
  • Hell To Pay #2 Cover C by Will Sliney – Diamond Code SEP228111
  • Hexware #1 Cover D by Tim Seeley & Valentina Cuomo – Diamond Code SEP228113
  • Hitomi #3 Cover D by wraparound cover by Ashley Wood – Diamond Code SEP228069
  • I Hate Fairyland #2 Cover G by Skottie Young – Diamond Code SEP228070
  • Ice Cream Man #33 Cover C by Martin Morazzo – Diamond Code SEP228071
  • Image! #9 Cover B by John McCrea – Diamond Code SEP228072
  • Junkyard Joe #3 Cover E by Gary Frank – Diamond Code SEP228073
  • Kaya #3 Cover C by Wes Craig – Diamond Code SEP228074
  • Killadelphia #26 Cover D – Diamond Code SEP228114
  • Kroma #2 Cover E by Lorenzo De Felici – Diamond Code SEP228075
  • Little Monsters #8 Cover C by Dustin Nguyen – Diamond Code SEP228076
  • Love Everlasting #5 Cover C by Elsa Charterrier – Diamond Code SEP228077
  • Lovesick #3 Cover E by Luana Vecchio – Diamond Code SEP228078
  • Manifest Destiny #48 Cover B by Matthew Roberts & Owen Gieni – Diamond Code SEP228079
  • Night Club #1 Cover D – Diamond Code SEP228112
  • Nita Hawes’ Nightmare Blog #11 Cover C – Diamond Code SEP228115
  • Nocterra: Val Special Cover H by Tony S. Daniel – Diamond Code SEP228080
  • Old Dog #3 Cover D by Declan Shalvey – Diamond Code SEP228466
  • Plush #2 Cover D by Daniel Hillyard – Diamond Code SEP228081
  • Radiant Black #20 Cover D by Jonathan Glapion – Diamond Code SEP228082
  • Radiant Black #20 Cover E by Marcelo Costa – Diamond Code SEP228255
  • Radiant Pink #1 Cover D by Emma Kubert – Diamond Code SEP228083
  • Rogue Sun #9 Cover C by Marco Renna – Diamond Code SEP228084
  • Starhenge #6 Cover F by Liam Sharp – Diamond Code SEP228086
  • That Texas Blood #20 Cover C by Jacob Phillips – Diamond Code SEP228087
  • Time Before Time #19 Cover C by Joe Palmer – Diamond Code SEP228467
  • Undiscovered Country #22 Cover C by Giuseppe Camuncoli – Diamond Code SEP228088
  • Unnatural #5 Cover C by Ennio Bufi & Andrea Meloni – Diamond Code SEP228254
  • Vanish #4 Cover K by Ryan Stegman – Diamond Code SEP228089
  • Voyagis #2 Cover C by Sumeyye Kesgin – Diamond Code SEP228090
  • The Walking Dead Deluxe #52 Cover D by David Finch & Dave McCaig – Diamond Code SEP228091
  • The Walking Dead Deluxe #53 Cover F by David Finch & Dave McCaig – Diamond Code SEP228092
  • What’s The Furthest Place From Here? #9 Cover D by Tyler Boss – Diamond Code SEP228093
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