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Diamond Select Toys New Pre-Orders: Ahsoka Tano, She-Hulk, GI Joe and More!

It’s almost July, which means it’s time for another batch of pre-orders from Diamond Select Toys and Gentle Giant Ltd.! This month, The Crow rises, Cobra strikes, Magneto wins, Elektra dares, Kraven hunts, She-Hulk grins, Ahsoka returns, Leia infiltrates and a Purge Trooper, uh, purges! It’s the Best of All Worlds! They all ship in early 2023, so pre-order at a store near you!

The Crow Eric Draven 1/6 Scale Resin Mini-Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! It can’t rain all the time! Eric Draven returns from the dead in this, the first resin mini-bust based on The Crow! Eric wears his borrowed trenchcoat, with the Crow on his shoulder, atop a base patterned after the roof of his apartment. Measuring approximately 6 inches tall, this 1/6 Scale mini-bust features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and is limited to only 2000 pieces. It comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Designed by Caesar, sculpted by Rocco Tartamella!

Mini-Bust          SRP: $120.00

GI Joe Minimates Series 2 Carded Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys release! The forces of Cobra strike back! This new footlocker box set features four carded G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Minimates, and they’re all Cobra operatives! Cobra Commander, Storm Shadow, Destro and The Baroness each come on a retro-style blister card, and each 2-inch Minimate features multiple points of articulation and fully interchangeable parts. The four carded figures come in a footlocker-style storage box. Designed by Barry Bradfield!

Box Set SRP: $39.99

Legends in 3D Marvel Comics Magneto ½ Scale Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Magneto was right! Show your allegiance to the one-time villain, former leader of the Brotherhood, now X-Man in good standing Magneto with this new 10-inch bust! Digitally sculpted in approximately ½ scale, this Legends in 3D bust sits atop a detailed base featuring the rubble of the Xavier Institute and is limited to only 1000 pieces. It comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Sandro Luis Sampaio!

Bust     SRP: $175.00

Marvel Comic Gallery Elektra as Daredevil PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! There’s a new protector of Hell’s Kitchen, and it’s not Matt Murdock! Matt’s former lover Elektra dons the red mask as the all-new Daredevil, as seen in recent Marvel Comics. Made of high-quality PVC, she stands approximately 10 inches tall and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. This sculpture comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Alterton!

Diorama            SRP: $59.99

Marvel Comic Gallery Kraven the Hunter PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! It’s time to hunt the most dangerous game! Sergei Kravinoff, a.k.a. Kraven the Hunter, stalks his way into the Marvel Gallery Diorama line, and he’s targeting Spider-Man! This approximately 10” PVC sculpture depicts Kraven, spear in hand, as he crouches among the bamboo, and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Caesar, sculpted by Alterton!

Diorama            SRP: $59.99

Marvel Animated-Style She-Hulk Statue

A Diamond Select Toys release! Cutest attorney ever! Hot on the heels of her first TV trailer, this animated-style sculpture of She-Hulk is based on the Marvel Comics variant cover artwork of Skottie Young! Measuring approximately 5 inches tall atop a black disc base, it is limited to only 3000 pieces and comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Sculpted by Casen Barnard!

Statue   SRP: $49.99

Star Wars Rebels Ahsoka Tano 1/6 Scale Mini-Bust

A Gentle Giant LTD release! The Togruta returns! As seen in Star Wars: Rebels, Ahsoka Tano appears, dressed in a white robe and holding a staff with her friend Morai on her shoulder. This 1/6 scale, approximately 6-inch resin mini-bust features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and is limited to only 3000 pieces. It comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box.

Mini-Bust          SRP: $129.99

Star Wars Rebels Ahsoka Tano 1/6 Scale Deluxe Mini-Bust

A Gentle Giant LTD release! The Togruta returns! As seen in Star Wars: Rebels, Ahsoka Tano appears, dressed in a white robe and holding a staff with her friend Morai on her shoulder. And this web-exclusive Deluxe version includes a separate Clone Trooper helmet, bearing the mark of Ahsoka’s troops! This 1/6 scale, approximately 6-inch resin mini-bust features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and is limited to only 500 pieces. It comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box.

Mini-Bust            SRP: $129.99

Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi Purge Trooper Premier Collection 1/7 Scale Statue

A Gentle Giant LTD release! Jedi beware! As seen in the new series Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+, the Purge Trooper is trained for one purpose: hunting Jedi! This 1/7 scale statue stands approximately 10 inches tall and depicts a black-and-red-armored Purge Trooper marching with his blaster at the ready. Limited to only 3000 pieces, it comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box.

Statue   SRP: $200.00

Star Wars Return of the Jedi Leia in Boushh Disguise Premier Collection 1/7 Scale Statue

A Gentle Giant LTD release! Princess no more, Leia Organa goes undercover to rescue her true love in this all-new Star Wars statue by Gentle Giant Ltd. Disguised as Boushh, a bounty hunter, Leia holds a electro-shock lance and  features an interchangeable head so she can wear or hold her helmet, and if you change out her right arm she’s holding a thermal detonator! Standing approximately 10 inches tall and limited to only 3000 pieces, she comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box.

Statue   SRP: $200.00

Preview: Elektra: Black, White, & Blood #4 (of 4)

Elektra: Black, White, & Blood #4 (of 4)

(W) Matthew Rosenberg, VARIOUS (A) VARIOUS (A/CA) Peach Momoko
In Shops: May 18, 2022
SRP: $4.99

Elektra Natchios is the baddest assassin in the Marvel Universe, but some of Mighty Marveldom’s best creators are going to challenge her. From three of comics’ most prolific creators comes one of the most brutal and beautiful issues in Elektra’s history! FIRST! Marvel legend Ann Nocenti returns to Hell’s Kitchen to tell an all-new tale pitting Elektra against the one and only TYPHOID MARY! THEN! Kevin Eastman’s fondness for the Marvel U is the stuff of legend! Here he gets to turn Hell’s Kitchen into his playground, and the results are as radical as you’d expect! Cowabunga! Let’s get pizza! AND! Peach Momoko spins an all-new tale set in the world of DEMON DAYS, introducing an ALL-NEW vision of Elektra! As elegant and deadly as ever, but seen through Peach’s prolific eye, this first appearance is one you won’t want to miss!

Elektra: Black, White, & Blood #4 (of 4)

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

HAKIMS ODYSSEY GN BOOK 02 FROM TURKEY TO GREECE

Wednesdays (and Tuesdays) are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this week.

A Town Called Terror #1 (Image Comics) – A new horror series from Steve Niles and Szymon Kudranski? Yes please!

Break Out #1 (Dark Horse Comics) – Massive cube spaceships from another dimension materialize over cities and routinely abduct teenager to be held in their floating prisons.

Days of Sand (SelfMadeHero) – A tale, inspired by real-life stories of courage and perseverance during the Dust Bowl of 1930s United States, 1937.

Elektra #100 (Marvel) – Ann Nocenti returning to Elektra? Yeah, we’re down with it.

Flashpoint Beyond #0 (DC Comics) – A return to Flashpoint? Yeah, we’re suckers enough for the concept.

Ghost in You: A Reckless Book (Image Comics) – We love the Reckless detective/noir series of graphic novels. A new one always has us excited. If you love the genre, it’s a must.

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 40th Anniversary Special (IDW Publishing) – 22 artists do their spin on the classic “silent issue”.

Hakim’s Odyssey Book 2 From Turkey to Greece (Graphic Mundi) – Continuing the true story of a Syrian refugee.

Image 30th Anniversary Anthology (Image Comics) – Image is celebrating 30 years and we want to see what the publisher has in store this year to do so.

Junction (Titan Comics) – When a missing child, Lucas Jones, reappears after an absence of 12 years, the brief moment of joy is clouded by mystery. How is he still 11 years old?

Kaiju Score: Steal From the Gods #1 (AfterShock) – The first volume was so much fun mixing a classic heist story with kaiju, we’re hoping for a repeat.

Life Zero #3 (Ablaze) – An action film with zombies. There’s not much more to it.

The Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country #1 (DC Comics/DC Black Label) – James Tynion IV playing in this sandbox? Hells yes!

The Stretcher Bearers (Dead Reckoning) – Max is in France during the Great War and doesn’t expect to witness the horrors of war he witnesses or build the friendships he does.

Vanity #1 (Scout Comics/Black Caravan) – The legendary Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory is dead, and gravediggers are assigned to relocate her corpse. But who was she really? Was she a monster or a victim?

Wrong Earth: Fame & Fortune #1 (Ahoy Comics) – Mark Russell taking on this world? Yeah, we’re pumped for the satire and laughs.

X-Men ’92: House of XCII #1 (Marvel) – Return to the classic animated series with a new twist.

Preview: Elektra #100

Elektra #100

(W) Ann Nocenti (A) Siddharth Kotian, Various (CA) Dan Panosian
RATED T+
In Shops: Apr 13, 2022
SRP: $4.99

Elektra has been many things – a pawn, a pariah, and even a provocateur. But through it all, she has been one thing above all others: the most dangerous human being in the Marvel Universe! Everything that has happened in her long and storied life has been leading to this: the 100th issue bearing her name, and the starting point of what is to come!

Elektra #100

Preview: Elektra, Black, White, & Blood #3 (of 4)

Elektra, Black, White, & Blood #3 (of 4)

(W) Ann Nocenti, Various (A) Frederico Sabbatini, Various (CA) Paolo Siqueira
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Mar 23, 2022
SRP: $4.99

Elektra Natchios is the baddest assassin in the Marvel Universe, but some of Mighty Marveldom’s best creators are going to challenge her like never before. Including a CAN’T-MISS tale from none other than industry legend Paul Azaceta, and co-starring a certain Man Without Fear!

Elektra, Black, White, & Blood #3 (of 4)

Preview: Elektra: Black, White, and Blood #2 (of 4)

Elektra: Black, White, and Blood #2 (of 4)

(W) Al Ewing, Various (A) Greg Land, Various (CA) Adam Hughes
PARENTAL ADVISORY
In Shops: Feb 23, 2022
SRP: $4.99

AN AWESOME ASSEMBLY OF ASSASSIN ACTION AS ONLY THE HOUSE OF IDEAS CAN PROVIDE!
Elektra Natchios has a reputation for being as intelligent as she is deadly – and on the seedy streets of the island called Madripoor, a drifter named PATCH is about to discover why!

Elektra: Black, White, and Blood #2 (of 4)

Review: Marvel Voices Pride #1

Marvel Voices Pride #1

In honor of Pride Month, Marvel Comics dropped a big 84 pages one-shot celebrating both its LGBTQ+ creators and characters. Beginning with a story from Luciano Vecchio that’s not sure if it’s telling the story of queer characters in the Marvel Universe from an in-universe or more of a real-world documentary perspective, Marvel Voices Pride #1 sputters with a story that basically says aliens and shapeshifters brought the idea of being non-binary, genderqueer, or gender nonconforming to this world followed by a text-heavy Allan Heinberg/Jim Cheung Young Avengers reunion. However, it catches its footing with a cute Karolina Dean/Nico Minoru story, and for the most part, it provides a wide spectrum of LGBTQ+ representation with a special focus on the mutant/X-Men side of the Marvel Universe, who have acted as a mostly metaphorical representation to queer fans like myself. However, it’s nice to see characters like Anole, Prodigy, Destiny, Karma, and Jessie Drake get the spotlight along with more prominently featured cis male gay characters like Northstar (His coming out story in Alpha Flight #106 is reprinted at the end) and Iceman. But fans of non-mutant/Runaways/Wiccan and Hulkling characters may be disappointed as characters like Angela, Sera, Hercules, and America Chavez don’t appear except in small cameo roles.

Marvel Voices Pride #1 kicks off with a journey through the LGBTQ+ history of the Marvel Universe from writer/artist Luciano Vecchio. Even though many of his adult characters look like teens, Vecchio has a beautiful art style and color palette. However, my issue with this first story isn’t the form, but the content. As mentioned earlier, this introductory story isn’t sure if it’s being told from the perspective of the real world or Earth-616 even though it’s narrated by Prodigy. It also has a very self-congratulatory, back-patting tone, especially for a company that recently cancelled a book starring many of its queer characters (X-Factor) and mentions characters like Angela and Sera that haven’t been barely heard or seen from since getting their own title in 2015. Even though Vecchio is a queer creator, there’s big “ally” energy in this first story with a heterosexual character, Captain America getting the spotlight, and the implication that non-binary identities came from aliens and shapeshifters. He does successfully lay out what ended up being a thesis for the anthology, which is the connection between mutants and queer identity.

This story is followed by a one page Young Avengers creator reunion as Allan Heinberg, Jim Cheung, and Marcelo Maiolo chronicle Hulking and Wiccan’s wedding vows. Heinberg’s writing is tender, but this feels like more of a prose piece than a comic. Heinberg and Cheung’s inclusion seems like more stunt-casting to get older queer Marvel fans interested in the one-shot rather than being any kind of substantial addition to their work on Young Avengers. However, Marvel Voices: Pride rights the ship (Pun fully intended.) in its next story featuring two members of Marvel’s other prominent 2000s teen superhero team, the Runaways. Mariko Tamaki, Kris Anka, and Tamra Bonvillain turns in three pages of sweet glances, chatter, and a super adorable kiss as Nico Minoru and Karolina Dean think about what they would tell people if they asked how they met. The long line out of the venue reminded me of the pre-pandemic days when I would wait in line for hours to get a good spot to see artists like Carly Rae Jepsen and Robyn with my fellow queer folks, and Bonvillain’s summery color palette matches Anka’s skill with facial expressions. This story is like the cherry on top of the sundae that he helped build when he was the artist on Runaways and finally put Karolina and Nico in a relationship together.

The next story in Marvel Voices Pride is the first one to feature a trans protagonist, Dr. Charlene McGowan from Immortal Hulk. The plot of Lilah Sturges, Derek Charm, and Brittany Peer is about some “hilarious” misunderstandings when Lady Daredevil aka the artist formerly known as Elektra Natchios and some Z-list, rapping supervillains raid McGowan’s lab when they think she’s producing mutant growth hormone when when she’s actually working on a way to get trans women’s bodies to produce progesterone without taking pills. What follows is Trans 101 with a little bit of ass kicking courtesy Charm, who is in his Bronze Age element with the cheesy costumes and dark shadows. However, other than the fact that’s she a scientist who sometimes makes jokes, we don’t learn anything about Dr. McGowan except that she’s surprisingly cool with microaggressions from A-List Marvel heroes. Kudos to Marvel Voices‘ editorial for getting a trans writer in Sturges to pen this story, but the whole thing feels reductive and geared towards fanboys who know every member of Daredevil or Hulk’s rogues gallery and have never interacted with a transgender person.

Marvel Voices Pride #1

In contrast, Leah Williams, Jan Bazaldua, and Erick Arciniega re-introduce Marvel’s first transgender character, the mutant Jessie Drake in a thrilling manner as she appears in her first comic in 27 years. However, Black Cat is the protagonist of this story and is tracking down Steel Raven, a villain who’s been impersonating her, pulling some sloppy heists, and ruining her reputation. Williams’ quippy writing style works well for the fast-paced short story as Black Cat and Jessie meet, flirt, and figure out their next move in catching Steel Raven. Bazaldua plays with space and transforms what would normally be your run of the mill villain warehouse into something more surreal. She and Williams do succeed in building a connection between Jessie and Black Cat as well as showing off Jesse’s empathy-based abilities, but this is just a teaser for a bigger cat and mouse game. Hopefully, there’s room for more batting of eyes, power showcasing, and insight into the character of Jessie Drake, both in her own series or in Black Cat’s current ongoing, which has been a sneaky good read.

Continuing this positive trend is Crystal Frasier, Jethro Morales, and Rachelle Rosenberg telling a wonderful She-Hulk and Titania. But there’s a twist as Jennifer Walters doesn’t appear, but Jennifer Harris, who was inspired by her to come out as trans and cosplay her at a copyright friendly version of New York Comic Con. As someone who came out as bi around the same time Prodigy did in Young Avengers or when Iceman came out as gay in All-New X-Men, I can definitely connect to the inspirational power of fictional characters like Jennifer did with She-Hulk. She and Titania also have some nice banter, and Frasier and Morales also remind readers that She-Hulk was the original fourth wall breaker with some jokes and exploding layouts.

After the She-Hulk story is probably my favorite story of Marvel Voices Pride #1, which is a Prodigy and Speed one from Kieron Gillen, Jen Hickman, and Brittany Peer as Gillen returns to both the X-Men and Young Avengers franchises. The dialogue between Speed and Prodigy sparkles, and Hickman shows off their chops as a storyteller working in eating pizza, stealing glances at Colossus, and empathizing with Kitty Pryde as Prodigy basically tells his bisexual origin story. His story also acts as a critique of how the mutant books have been good about metaphorical queer representation, but not actual queer representation. This is timely because the book that Prodigy was a main cast member in is getting cancelled. However, this is really a lovely story full of hilarious and insightful writing from Kieron Gillen and pitch-perfect images and comedic timing from Hickman as Speed teases Prodigy for having a crush on Colossus when he ran with the New Mutants. Prodigy is true overthinking, chaos bisexual representation, and I’m personally glad to see him get a spotlight in this story even if it’s only a few pages long.

The anthology takes a break from comics for a bit and features an interview with Christian Cooper, one of the first queer editors at Marvel, and he talks about his experiences at the company and the impact comics have had on his life. After this, there’s a timeline of big LGBTQ+ moments in Marvel Comics. It’s followed up with a cute Anole story from Terry Blas, the wonderful Paulina Ganucheau, and Kendall Goode. Blas connects the idea of Krakoa being a mutant utopia to things like Pride, and the ability to unwind at the Green Lagoon with folks who understand your struggles being the goal of all this hard work and fighting. However, it’s not all big metaphors as he and Ganucheau probe into Anole’s body issues leading to him not wanting to date along with his friendship with Jonas Graymalkin. It all ends on a fabulous final page, and this story is worth checking out for Ganucheau and Goode’s soft, colorful takes on the different mutants.

Sticking with the mutant theme, Anthony Oliveira, Javier Garron, and David Curiel go all in with the mutant as gay metaphor in an Iceman story set during the time period of the original five X-Men. They play on the fact that Magneto was played by a gay man in four of the X-Men films and find a real connection between Bobby and Magneto, who takes a break from the missiles to provide a listening ear to this young man struggling with his identity. Oliveira writes Iceman as having a crush on Angel, and Garron nails the longing glances that he throws at the majestic mutant that turn into words when Magneto sits down to chat with him. They take the subtext (For example, Bobby not being interested in Jean Grey when she joins the team.) of these Silver Age text and transform them into glorious text while also showing off the sweeter side of Magneto, a man who would one day break down when he realized that his crusade almost led to the death of an innocent child, Kitty Pryde.

This story is followed up by one focusing on the relationship between Northstar and his husband, Kyle Jinadu from writer/artist J.J. Kirby. It’s touching to see what Northstar is like away from the cameras and public, and what Kyle loves about them. However, Kirby’s 1990s-style artwork with modern, digital coloring is a mismatch for the story, and I spent most of the time wondering why Northstar looked like a vampire or a block of ice instead of the events of the story. Luckily, the misstep is remedied by a thrilling riff on Sherlock Holmes vs. Professor Moriarty from Tini Howard, Samantha Dodge, and Brittany Peer featuring Mystique and Destiny. The story is adventurous filled with wits matching, chess games, and lover’s embraces and shows how iconic a couple these two are while also showing what a big deal it was for them to be open with their love in a time period where being queer got you thrown in jail. Plus it’s a reminder that queer people have always existed in history. (Or fiction.)

Vita Ayala, Joanna Estep, Brittney Williams, and Brittany Peer continue the theme of both mutants and queer women in a Karma story set during the Hellfire Gala after party where Magik gives her a pep talk to dance (and maybe even smooch) Elle, who as far as I can tell is a new, queer mutant created for this anthology. Karma truly gets the spotlight this story and gets to work out some of her issues with her powers and emotions as she’s afraid that if she asks Elle out that she’ll use her abilities to mess with her free will. However, this doesn’t happen, and we get to see a mutant who has been screwed over so many times be happy for once and get the girl in a beautiful sequence from Ayala, Estep, Williams, and Peer.

Marvel Voices Pride #1

The final story in Marvel Voices Pride #1 again shows that Steve Orlando is perfect for writing violent, queer characters with a sensitive side as he and Claudia Aguirre tell the story of Daken and Somnus, a new character who can make one night seem like a life time together. He used this power on Daken back in the day during a one night stand and then ended up living a long life without him even though he didn’t divulge his oneiromantic mutant abilities to everyone. However, Krakoa and its resurrection protocols are all about second chances, and Daken gives him one in this story. As well as digging deep into Daken’s emotions, Orlando and Aguirre also use this story to remind readers of queer elders, who because of society’s hate, never came out or came out later in life, and this is what makes Somnus’ second chance so special. Also, his abilities are pretty cool and bring a little Vertigo into the X-Books.

Marvel Voices Pride #1 is definitely an up and down ride. Some of the stories mishandle nonbinary and gender nonconforming identities (Also, there are no nonbinary lead characters in this anthology.) or seem to pander heavily to allies while others have issues with their art or storytelling style. (Northstar/Kyle, Wiccan/Hulkling) But, for the most part, it’s nice to see queer creators and queer characters get the spotlight for once instead of being hidden behind things like the mutant metaphor, which is usually Marvel editorial’s approach. Time will tell if we see them beyond this anthology, but most of the creators in Marvel Voices Pride work on books in Marvel’s main line or have had consistent success at other companies or even television in Allan Heinberg’s case so, at least, that’s something they have going for them.

Story: Luciano Vecchio, Allan Heinberg, Mariko Tamaki, Lilah Sturges, Leah Williams,
Crystal Frasier, Kieron Gillen, Terry Blas, Anthony Oliveira, J.J. Kirby, Tini Howard, Vita Ayala, Steve Orlando
Art: Luciano Vecchio, Jim Cheung, Kris Anka, Derek Charm, Jan Bazaldua,
Jethro Morales, Jen Hickman, Paulina Ganucheau, Javier Garron, J.J. Kirby, Samantha Dodge, Joanna Estep with Brittney Williams, Claudia Aguirre, Jacopo Camagni
Colors: Marcelo Maiolo, Tamra Bonvillain, Brittany Peer,
Erick Arciniega, Rachelle Rosenberg, Kendall Goode, David Curiel
Letters: Ariana Maher
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.6 Overall: 8.3 Recommendation: Buy

Marvel Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review


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ComiXology Features Seven New Digital Releases from Marvel, Harlequin, and Cinebook

There are seven new digital comics available now on comiXology. You can choose new digital releases from Marvel, Harlequin, and Cinebook. Get shopping now or check out the individual issues below.

Elektra Vol. 2: Everything Old Is New Again

Written by Greg Rucka
Art by Joe Bennett, Carlos Meglia, Carlo Pagulayan
Cover by Greg Horn
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Collects Elektra (2001) #16-22.

Armed with superior fighting skills and her razor-sharp sais, for years the femme fatale Elektra has offered her killing touch to the highest bidder. Now, after being confronted with the choice to change or die, Elektra chooses to amend her murderous ways … but can she really reach out for help and find a life beyond killing and death? High-speed action mixed with ethical explorations makes this a book packed with explosive excitement and incredible depth.

Elektra Vol. 2: Everything Old Is New Again

Elektra Vol. 3: Relentless

Written by Robert Rodi
Art by Sean Chen
Cover by Rodolfo Migliari
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Collects Elektra (2001) #23-28.

Experience the life of Elektra, the stunning killer-for-hire, from two unique perspectives – through the eyes of the assassin herself, and through the eyes of her latest mark, completing a unique journey ending on a dying man’s last day – if Elektra has her way, that is!

Elektra Vol. 3: Relentless

Elektra Vol. 4: Frenzy

Written by Robert Rodi
Art by Will Conrad
Cover by Tom Fleming
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Collects Elektra (2001) #29-34.

The beautiful but deadly assassin is hired to eliminate the leader of a violent guerilla movement in Southeast Asia, but will Elektra’s conscience allow her to fulfill the contract when she learns the insane guerilla leader is just an 8-year-old boy hailed as a prophet by his followers? Plus: What happens when the world’s most lethal woman is felled by… the Flu?!

Elektra Vol. 4: Frenzy

Fantastic Four Vol. 1: Imaginauts

Written by Mark Waid
Art by Mark Buckingham, Mike Wieringo
Cover by Mike Wieringo
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Collects Fantastic Four (1998) #56, 60-66.

As Waid & Wieringo are redefining Doctor Doom in the monthly series, get on board their run from the beginning. Learn the truth behind Mister Fantastic’s decision to turn his friends into the Fantastic Four. See our heroes face off against a sentient mathematical equation driven mad by love, an infestation of insects from another dimension, a cascading wave of molecular instability, and the Thing on a homicidal rampage that only the Human Torch can stop.

Fantastic Four Vol. 1: Imaginauts

L’honneur Des Crighton: Les Crightons

Written by Penny Jordan
Art by Takako Hashimoto
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Les Crighton sont une famille anglaise fortunée et réputée, dont les membres sont avocats de génération en génération. Jonathan et David Crighton sont jumeaux. Étant le plus calme des deux, Jonathan vit dans l’ombre de David depuis des années. Son épouse, Jenny, est même sortie avec son frère avant d’être avec lui. Leur idylle a duré jusqu’au jour où David l’a abandonnée alors qu’elle était enceinte. Jonathan lui a alors demandé sa main, comme pour tenter d’essuyer les erreurs de David. Mais voilà que tout bascule : David est victime d’une crise cardiaque et s’effondre lors de leur cinquantième anniversaire. Après avoir découvert que David avait détourné des fonds à l’insu d’un de ses clients, les Crighton sont plongés dans une crise sans précédent. Les querelles familiales anciennes et latentes resurgissent l’une après l’autre, conduisant David à se demander à qui il peut vraiment se fier.

L’honneur Des Crighton: Les Crightons

Chosen As The Sheikh’s Royal Bride

Written by Jennie Lucas
Art by Satoru Nagasawa
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The bride market… It was a competition where Omar, the handsome king of Samarkala, gathered the most talented and beautiful women from other countries to see which one is worthy of becoming his queen. Beth, who took part in the competition in place of her talented older sister, was convinced that she, an ordinary girl, would never be chosen. She only wanted the large sum of money that she could get as an entry fee to fulfill her own important purposes. But when Omar looked at her with a passionate gaze, he made an unexpected confession. “Beth, I need you,” he said. These words were the beginning of a tumultuous romance that would change Beth’s dull life forever!

Chosen As The Sheikh's Royal Bride

Wanted: Lucky Luke

Written by Matthieu Bonhomme
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Riding peacefully along a western trail, Lucky Luke is suddenly ambushed by an unknown assailant. After a quick gunfight, the cowboy loses his mysterious attacker, but happens upon a lone wagon beset by Apache raiders. Another quick fight later, Luke is surprised to find that the occupants of the wagon are three lovely young women! Three sisters on their way to start a new life, and who all find the lonesome cowboy … quite interesting.

Wanted: Lucky Luke

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