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The Marvel Epic Collections Sale Features 89% Off!

Running through Sunday, December 5 is the Marvel Epic Collections Sale! The sale features 191 “Epic Collections” from Marvel featuring Captain America, Daredevil, Conan, Black Panther, the X-Men and more!

Normally, the epic collections run $24.99 but you can get them for just $3.99. That’s a savings of 89%!

You have until the end of the weekend before the sale ends, so don’t miss out!

X-Men Epic Collection: The Fate Of The Phoenix

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A trio of new releases from Yen Press are available now on comiXology!

There’s three new releases from Yen Press available now on comiXology. You can start shopping now or check out the individual releases below.

Dead Mount Death Play #75

Written by Ryohgo Narita
Art by Shinta Fujimoto
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As Civil and Corpse God exchange blows, their allies are quick to join the fight! Read the next chapter of Dead Mount Death Play the same day as Japan!

Dead Mount Death Play #75

Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One #64

Written by Kumo Kagyu
Art by Shingo Adachi, Noboru Kannatuki, Kento Sakaeda
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This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality gore
Goblin Slayer has been taken captive by goblins—but even tied up and surrounded by enemies, there’s always something he can do… Read the next chapter of Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One the same day as Japan!

Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One #64

Sugar Apple Fairy Tale #2

Written by Miri Mikawa
Art by YozoranoUdon
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After setting off on their journey together, Anne and Challe are on the Bloody Highway, a notoriously dangerous stretch of road rife with bandits. Sure enough, they don’t get far before being accosted by a group of sword-wielding foes on horseback, and they’re out for blood! How will Anne’s new bodyguard fare in combat, and more importantly, will he even listen to his master’s commands? Read the next chapter of Sugar Apple Fairy Tale the same day as Japan!

Sugar Apple Fairy Tale #2

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The Marvel Epic Collections Sale Features 89% Off!

Running through Sunday, December 5 is the Marvel Epic Collections Sale! The sale features 191 “Epic Collections” from Marvel featuring Captain America, Daredevil, Conan, Black Panther, the X-Men and more!

Normally, the epic collections run $24.99 but you can get them for just $3.99. That’s a savings of 89%!

You have until the end of the weekend before the sale ends, so don’t miss out!

X-Men Epic Collection: The Fate Of The Phoenix

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New Comics Await at GlobalComix. 40 New Releases to Escape Into

GlobalComix is delivering lots of fantastic indie and small press comics regularly on its platform. You can find something new throughout the week! We’ve got you covered so check out what you might have missed over the past week and discover a new comic series to read.

Cupcake War Machine
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The Trifecta of Awesomeness
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BDSM BoysReadKEYHOLDER
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The Dead Handbook: Stories from Gravesend Cemetery
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Unborn
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The Winchester Mystery House
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Touching Evil
Read
Suicide Jockeys
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Runes
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Holliston
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S.I.N
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Pizza Boyz
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Boston Metaphysical Society
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Blue Screen
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Samuals World!
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School of Rejecks Series #1
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Toxic Soldiers
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Paps
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Meitsi. (Me)
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Chad in Amsterdam
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Megillah
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Michizu
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Horny Hell
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Luckyzilla
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FireHeart
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CLOCKS OF DEATH
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Immortal Providence
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Spectral Zone - The Comic
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Skyline
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Wallrider
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Time Gate: Reaper
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The Rise
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Offtask
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BounD
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Icy Dawn
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Lovecraft Adaptations
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Young Vigilants
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The Tales of AntiClaus
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The Guy in the Burnt Orange Shirt
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AAM-Markosia’s Dornes #2 is available now on comiXology

ComiXology features just one new digital comic on its platform today. Check out Dornes from AAM-Markosia below!

Dornes #2

Written by Ricardo André Violante
Art by Ricardo André Violante
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In the village of Dornes, a group of young friends is confronted with the violent murder of the local priest at the hands of a complete stranger, between that and a string of disappearances, everyone is oblivious to what lurks in the town’s ancient Templar tower.

Dornes #2

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Enjoy the Latest Episode of Hawkeye? Discover the Comics that Inspired the Show with the Marvel Hawkeye Sale!

Hawkeye has debuted on Disney+ and if you want more Clint Barton, Kate Bishop, and Pizza Dog, then look no further than the Marvel Hawkeye Sale!

The sale features 49 collections with first volumes just $0.99 and other volumes are $1.99.

This is a sale that can’t be missed!

The sale runs until December 5, so don’t miss out!

Hawkeye Vol. 1: My Life As A Weapon

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New Marvel, BOOM!, Image, and More are Available Now Digitally on comiXology

Animal Castle #1

It’s new comic book day and comiXology has your digital comic needs covered. Check out all of the new releases available now by the publisher or start shopping now!

Ablaze

Abstract Studio

AfterShock

Archie Comics

AWA Studios

Behemoth

BOOM! Studios

Caliber Comics

Dark Horse Comics

DC Comics

Densho Bato

Drawn & Quarterly

Dynamite Entertainment

IDW Publishing

Image Comics

Marvel

Oni Press

Papercutz

Tidalwave Productions

Titan Comics

Vault Comics

Yen Press

Zenescope


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The Best of BOOM! Sale has Savings Up to 96% Off!

Now’s the perfect opportunity to discover some of the best of BOOM! Studios with the Best of BOOM! Sale.

The sale features 30 collections with discounts up to 96% off! There’s first volumes for just $0.99 and other volumes for $1.99.

The sale ends on Thursday, December 2nd.

Once & Future Vol. 1

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Review: Night of the Ghoul #2

NIGHT OF THE GHOUL #2

It’s hard not to think about classic horror films when reading Scott Snyder and Francesco Francavilla’s Night of the Ghoul. I was reminded of the original 1951 The Thing, the 1964 film The Last Man on Earth (an adaptation of Richard Matheson’s classic novel I Am Legend), and even a bit of the black & white Universal monster movies. Not necessarily in terms of plot, but rather in terms of the dread that permeates through them. The comic just lives and breathes that kind of Fifties and Sixties horror that relished in making its characters slowly march towards their doom as they search for some impossible truth. It finds its life source in the creepy atmosphere those movies developed as well, the kind that builds up the mystery to heighten the horror at its core.

Night of the Ghoul is all of that and more, a vehicle for fear that establishes a kind of lineage of dark things that honors what came before it but also aspires to insert itself in the continuum. Snyder and Francavilla are tapping into some deeply unsettling things in their comixology series, ready for some serious mythmaking along the way.

Issue #2 digs just deep enough to expand on the legend of the Ghoul, a kind of proto-monster that transforms into the things other people are afraid of. The film researcher is making progress with the horribly disfigured director of the lost film he uncovered, the lost but now found “Night of the Ghoul,” but every new bit of information gathered points to a discovery of forbidden knowledge captured in celluloid, making the very act of watching it quite dangerous (an idea that reminded me of John Carpenter’s Cigarette Burns, about a rare movie that captures the torture of a majestic being).

NIGHT OF THE GHOUL #2

The story’s dual narrative structure continues to build upon itself with key cuts in the narrative that show scenes from the “Night of the Ghoul” movie. These sequences offer more hints as to the actual content of the cursed film and the monster that lies within it. Francavilla is putting a lot of care into these segments, capturing a very genuine feel for the black & white horror he’s clearly inspired by, a quality that tends to make its presence known across his body of work.

Snyder’s script stands as one of his most focused and one of his most measured. There’s a real concern with style and structure that helps keep the story from going off the rails. Horror movies from the Golden Age (1910-1960) tended to focus primarily on the larger meanings behind their hauntings, on how they reflected upon society or a deeply seated fear on a collective level. Night of the Ghoul carries itself as such, at least two issues in. The mystery is carrying the story and its implications are what will keep readers hooked in as more gets uncovered.

Night of the Ghoul is a well-oiled machine made by two masters of the craft. Horror runs deep in its DNA and it understands the inner working of it in intimate detail. The comic is well on its way to becoming a horror comics classic. If it holds steady, it’ll become a story I’ll be recommending to readers interested in expanding into the comics medium for their horror fixes.

Story: Scott Snyder, Art: Francesco Francavilla
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0
Recommendation: Buy and subscribe to a streaming service that features old horror movies.


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