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Avengers Assemble in Avengers Unlimited!

AVENGERS ASSEMBLE! The all-new weekly Avengers Unlimited has come to Marvel Unlimited. Written by David Pepose, with art by Farid Karami, colorist DC Alonso, and edited by Tom Brevoort the first two issues of Avengers Unlimited are now available on the app in the exclusive Infinity Comics format.

Marvel Unlimited has also recently hit an impressive milestone with 30,000 digital comics now available in its library! In addition to an award-winning catalog spanning the entire Marvel Universe, readers can check out the Avengers Unlimited series, plus dive into Marvel Unlimited’s complete collection of new and classic comics!

Issue #1: THE BLACK LEDGER, Part One: Captain America and Iron Man’s sparring session is interrupted by two classic Avengers villains: Taskmaster and corporate saboteur Ghost! But both these foes seem a touch too prepared… Who is the mysterious figure behind this attack? And what are their motives against Earth’s Mightiest Heroes? 

Issue #2: THE BLACK LEDGER, Part Two: Next in the crossfire of the Avengers’ mysterious foe? God of Thunder Thor and Black Panther, King of Wakanda! Godlike power and the resources of an entire nation may not be enough to halt an attack from the deadly Tri-Sentinel! 

Avengers Unlimited

Review: Search for Hu

A son returns home to his parents after serving in the military to get sucked into a deadly family feud.

Story: Jon Tsuei, Steve Orlando
Art: Rubine
Color: DC Alonso
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual

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Review: Midnight Rose

Rose has a special connection to plants and a longing to find true love.

Story: Jim Starlin
Art: Nikkol Jelenic
Color: DC Alonso
Letterer: Dave Sharpe

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Preview: Midnight Rose

Midnight Rose

Writer: Jim Starlin 
Artist: Nikkol Jelenic 
Colorist: DC Alonso 
Letterer: Dave Sharpe 
Cover: Nikkol Jelenic  
Incentive: Jim Starlin
$8.99 / 64 pages / Color / 4.13.2022

64-PAGE ONE-SHOT FROM THE MIND OF JIM STARLIN 

Join the legendary Jim Starlin (Creator of Thanos, Gamora, Dreadstar) and Nikkol Jelenic (AFTERDARK, A Taste for Killing, The Fall, Red Crow) on a journey through the life of a singular, frightening and very human creature: MIDNIGHT ROSE. A particularly bizarre tale of loneliness, love and what happens when you can’t help but give in to the vengeance growing deep within yourself. 

Midnight Rose

Exclusive Preview: Midnight Rose

Midnight Rose

Writer: Jim Starlin 
Artist: Nikkol Jelenic 
Colorist: DC Alonso 
Letterer: Dave Sharpe 
Cover: Nikkol Jelenic  
Incentive: Jim Starlin
$8.99 / 64 pages / Color / 4.13.2022

64-PAGE ONE-SHOT FROM THE MIND OF JIM STARLIN 

Join the legendary Jim Starlin (Creator of Thanos, Gamora, Dreadstar) and Nikkol Jelenic (AFTERDARK, A Taste for Killing, The Fall, Red Crow) on a journey through the life of a singular, frightening and very human creature: MIDNIGHT ROSE. A particularly bizarre tale of loneliness, love and what happens when you can’t help but give in to the vengeance growing deep within yourself. 

Midnight Rose

Review: Star Trek: Klingons

Star Trek: Klingons

When it comes to Star Trek, it often capitalizes on its real life military comparisons. We can look at how Gene Roddenberry characterized the Klingons. The immediate comparison that often comes to mind is the United States’ competition with the Soviets going back to the Space Race. Both countries raced to see who would go into to space first, which the Soviets won by a month when Yuri Gagarin completed a single orbit around Earth in April 1961 and was followed by Alan Shepard in May 1961.

Roddenberry portrayed this tension by focusing on what makes each side empathetic. We saw the culmination of this in Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country and the introduction of Worf on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Both projects gave fans, a better understanding of this aspiration race. In IIDW’s Star Trek: Klingons, we get a deep dive into some of this alien race’s legends and what made them so iconic.

In the first story, we are taken through the fable of Khaless, as we witness his sojourn in the wilderness, where he would forge his blade and prove that he is a warrior. As he makes his way onto Three Turn Bridge, a place without honor on all of Klingon, where one may meet their fate soon after. As Khaless enters the palace that sits in between, he meets the fort’s masters who deemed themselves, the only true Warlords and asks him to pledge his loyalty. This leads to a showdown between Khaless and the warriors of Three Turn Bridge, as he easily decimates their ranks. By the issue’s end, Khaless is last man standing, whereby teaching the Klingons that followed, the true meaning of honor.

Overall, Star Trek: Klingons is an exciting prequel story that gives readers the proper insight into why Klingons are who they are in Star Trek. The story by Lannzing and Kelly is astonishing. The art by the creative team is stupendous. Altogether, a story that adds to the mythology of the Star Trek universe.

Story: Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly Art: Timothy Green
Color: DC Alonso Letterer: Neil Uyetake
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

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Review: The Lollipop Kids

The Lollipop Kids protect the world from the monsters of the old world who have broken out of their prison.

Story: Adam Glass, Aidan Glass
Writer: Adam Glass
Art: Diego Yapur
Color: DC Alonso
Letterer: Sal Cipriano

Get your copy in comic shops! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Exclusive Preview: Lollipop Kids OGN

Lollipop Kids OGN

Writers: Adam Glass and Aidan Glass
Artist: Diego Yapur
Colorist: DC Alonso
Letterer: Sal Cipriano
Cover: Juan Doe
SEISMIC PRESS
$16.99 / 112 pages / Color / On Sale 02.16.22

NEW SEISMIC PRESS EDITION!

When immigrants came to the new world they didn’t only bring their hopes and dreams, they also brought their MONSTERS. Years ago, early setters locked these monsters away in a secret prison deep in the woods of NEW AMSTERDAM so that they never would return to the Old World. Those woods have become CENTRAL PARK and now the monsters have escaped! NICK, 14, finds out that he is a “legacy” to a secret society that for the last 400 years has kept these monsters in check – he and a ragtag group of kids just like him have to put the monsters back before they get out of the park and destroy the city.

Created by Adam Glass (ROUGH RIDERS, THE NORMALS, Teen Titans) and Aidan Glass, with art by Diego Yapur (The Night Projectionist, Priest: Purgatory), THE LOLLIPOP KIDS is an epic re-imagining of the things that go bump in the night…

Already a hit selection among educators and librarians, with a loyal legion of vocal fans, this new SEISMIC PRESS edition is published in the YA category standard size of 6.5” x 9.5” and features the entire original series, issues #1-5.

Lollipop Kids OGN

Review: Search for Hu #5

A son returns home to his parents after serving in the military to get sucked into a deadly family feud. Search for Hu #5 wraps up the series with an action packed issue that reveals who was behind the hit.

Story: Jon Tsuei, Steve Orlando
Art: Rubine
Color: DC Alonso
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual

Get your copy now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

comiXology
Kindle
Zeus Comics
TFAW


AfterShock Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review
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Jim Starlin, Nikkol Jelenic, DC Alonso, and Dave Sharpe introduce us to Midnight Rose

MIDNIGHT ROSE

Writer: Jim Starlin 
Artist: Nikkol Jelenic 
Colorist: DC Alonso 
Letterer: Dave Sharpe 
Cover: Nikkol Jelenic  
Incentive: Jim Starlin 
64-PAGE ONE-SHOT
$8.99 /  64 pages / Color / 4.13.2022

Join the legendary Jim Starlin (Creator of Thanos, Gamora, Dreadstar) and Nikkol Jelenic (AFTERDARK, A Taste for Killing, The Fall, Red Crow) on a journey through the life of a singular, frightening and very human creature: MIDNIGHT ROSE. A particularly bizarre tale of loneliness, love and what happens when you can’t help but give in to the vengeance growing deep within yourself. 

MIDNIGHT ROSE
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