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GlobalComix Announces Resilience: Creators Against COVID, a Charity Anthology

Resilience: Creators Against COVID

GlobalComix has announced Resilience: Creators Against COVID. The anthology is the digital platform’s first original release. GlobalComix has teamed up with creators for original stories about perseverance and hope. 100% of the revenue will go to the creators for them to donate to causes or comic shops of their choosing.

Resilience: Creators Against COVID features 7 chapters which will be released twice a week starting on May 18.

Check out the full creative lineup below:

Persevere
Released on May 18 2021, made by
Landry Walker (Batman),
Eric Jones (Star Wars),
Taylor Esposito (Daredevil)
are donating to Fantastic Comics in Berkeley, CA

Supposed to Be
Released on May 20 2021, made by
Jamal Igle (Wonder Woman),
Jess Fleming (Outgoing)
are donating to The Trans Women of Color Collective in Bethesda, MD

The Fantastic Flame
Released on May 25 2021, made by
Alex Segura (Archie),
Chantel Acevedo (Muse Squad),
Richard Ortiz (DC Bombshells),
Ellie Wright (Black Ghost),
Taylor Esposito (Daredevil)
are donating to A&M Comics in Miami, Florida

Persian Version of Pop Culture in America
Released on May 27 2021, made by
Sina Grace (Iceman)
is donating to Secret Headquarters Comics in Los Angeles, CA

Surviving Camino Del Diablo
Released on June 1 2021, made by
Henry Barajas (Helm Graycastle),
Nicky Rodriguez (Pulse),
Gabbie Downie (Harleen)
are donating to Palabras Bilingual Bookstore in Phoenix, AZ

7 O’clock
Released on June 3 2021 by
Frank Tieri (Wolverine),
Leisha Riddel (Smooth Criminals),
Christina Rose Chua (Adventure Time)
are donating to The Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses

The Hike
Released on June 8 2021 by
Jeremy Holt (After Houdini, Made in Korea),
Chris Peterson (Dead Beats),
Gab Contreras (Witchblood)
are donating to Vinyl Fantasy in Brooklyn, New York

Janelle Asselin provided editorial management for Resilience: Creators Against COVID, a Charity Anthology while Kat Jackson provided the cover art.

Review: Pepper Page Saves the Universe!

In the future, fifteen-year-old orphan Pepper Page seeks to escape from everyday life in the comic book adventures of the superhero Supernova. When an experiment goes awry, she’s flung through time and must face her destiny as… Supernova!?

Story: Landry Q. Walker
Art: Eric Jones
Color: Eric Jones, Michael “Rusty” Drake, Pannel Vaughn
Letterer: Patrick Brosseau
Producer: Jon Guhl

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.

Amazon (Paperback)
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Kindle
Zeus Comics

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Preview: Star Wars Adventures Omnibus Vol. 1

Star Wars Adventures Omnibus Vol. 1

(W) Landry Quinn Walker, Cavan Scott, Elsa Charretier, Pierrick Colinet, Alan Tudyk, Shannon Eric Denton, Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, Delilah Dawson, Sholly Fisch, Shaun Manning, Paul Crilley, Otis Frampton (A) Jon Sommariva, Sean Parsons, Elsa Charretier, Eric Jones, Arianna Florean, Annie Wu, Sean Cheeks Galloway, Jamal Peppers, Cassey Kuo, Gary Martin, Chad Thomas, Philip Murphy, Otis Frampton, Mauricet (A/CA) Derek Charm
In Shops: Jan 29, 2020
SRP: $29.99

Travel to a galaxy far, far away as a rotating cast of characters (and creators!) journey through Star Wars history! Characters major and minor, classic and new, expand the world of Star Wars into new territory, telling larger-than-life stories that encapsulate the breadth of the galactic struggle between good and evil for a new generation of fans.

For fans of all ages with a mix of old and new characters, Star Wars Adventures will appeal to Jedi everywhere, Master and Padawan alike! Collects issues #0-8, 10, 11, the 2018 Free Comic Book Day issue, and the 2018 Annual.

Star Wars Adventures Omnibus Vol. 1

Review: Star Wars: Solo Graphic Novel Adaptation

Star Wars: Solo Graphic Novel Adaptation

When it comes to characters who exude the art of cool, there is one that stands out in science fiction, Han Solo. Harrison Ford’s portrayal of the smuggler defined what we think of the hero. He has become the prototype for what we believe all heroes start off as, reluctant. He’s basically every man and what the audience felt was their window into this expansive world.

No one necessarily wants to go against the grain. and neither did Han Solo. He just wanted to make some money by transporting Luke Skywalker, Obi Wan Kenobi, R2D2 and C3PO. Little did he know he would get caught up in an intergalactic uprising which would change the course of his life. He’s a major part of why the franchise is so popular. Fans everywhere have become ensconced in the movies’ mythology.  In Star Wars Solo: Graphic Novel Adaptation, we find out how this fabled character became who he is, legendary.

We meet Han, as he steals a speedster, with his childhood friend, Q’ira, but before they could leave, they are shake down by the local gangster. This leads Han to take matters into his own hands, as he provides a distraction, giving way for their escape, where they head to the closest spaceport, and where Q’ira is snatched while Han finds his escape, vowing to find her. This is when Han decides to become a cadet in the Imperial Army, so that he can learn to become a pilot. Fast forward three years later, Han is charged with being a deserter, and thrown in a pit, where he meets Chewbacca. Chewie provides their way out, where we our heroes meet Beckett and his band of marauders. They are recruited to do a job, one that can get them killed, as they are pulled into a train heist, where they lose someone on the crew. Han, Chewie and Beckett meet with their employer, which gives Han, an unexpected reunion with the one person he though he would never see again, Q’ira. This leads the crew to another job, to steal coaxium where we are introduced to Lando Calrissian, as he has the perfect spacecraft for the heist, the Millennium Falcon. When they get to the planet, they are imprisoned and from within, Han and Chewie incite a full-on slave rebellion. This leads to our heroes getting into a dogfight with Imperial fighters while Han races the Millennium Falcon through Kessel in twelve parsecs. They finally arrive in Savareen, where they are met with resistance, and someone long thought dead, is alive. By book’s end, a few double crosses leave the crew a little lighter, Han a little smarter and Q’ira, powerful.

Overall, a concise adaptation of this excellent origin story, one that will make fans love the character even more. The adaptation by Alessandro Ferrari hits all the right marks, while remembering who the adaptation is for. The art by Roberto Santillo is gorgeous. Altogether, a story that feels epic even in short page count.

Story: Lawrence Kasdan and Jonathan Kasdan
Adaptation: Alessandro Ferrari Art: Roberto Santillo
Story: 10 Adaptation: 9.0 Art: 9.7 Overall: 9.8 Recommendation: Buy

IDW Publishing provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: Star Wars: Solo Graphic Novel Adaptation

Star Wars: Solo Graphic Novel Adaptation

Alessandro Ferrari (w) • Roberto Santillo (a) • Eric Jones (c)

Capturing the galaxy-spanning action of Solo: A Star Wars Story, experience the new movie as a beautiful graphic novel combining the wonder of Star Wars with streamlined young-reader friendly designs. This all-ages graphic novel is a must-read for longtime fans and a great introduction for young newcomers!

TPB • FC • 80 pages • 6-3/4” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-391-9

Preview: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Graphic Novel Adaptation

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Graphic Novel Adaptation

Alessandro Ferrari (w) • Various (a) • Eric Jones (c)

Faithfully bringing events from the series’ defining installment to the comics page, read along as Luke Skywalker confronts the legacy of the Jedi; Han, Leia, and Chewie struggle to evade the Empire, encountering danger at every turn; and Vader pursues the Rebellion with greater determination than ever before. Plus, emerges from the shadows a certain 900-year-old Jedi Master does.

TPB • FC • $9.99 • 80 pages • 6-3/4” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-408-4

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Graphic Novel Adaptation

Preview: Star Wars: A New Hope Graphic Novel Adaptation

Star Wars: A New Hope Graphic Novel Adaptation

Alessandro Ferrari (w) • Various (a) • Eric Jones (c)

Capturing the galaxy-spanning action of A New Hope, experience Episode IV as a beautiful graphic novel combining the epic wonder of Star Wars with streamlined, young-reader friendly designs. This all-ages graphic novel is a must-read for longtime fans and a great introduction for newcomers!

TPB • FC • $9.99 • 72 pages • 6-3/4” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-380-3

Preview: Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 2 : Unexpected Detour

Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 2 : Unexpected Detour

Landry Q. Walker, Alan Tudyk, Shannon Denton, Delilah S. Dawson, Ben Blacker, Ben Acker (w) • Eric Jones, Arianna Florean, Annie Wu (a) • Nathan Greno (c)

Travel to a galaxy far, far away in this collection of Star Wars comic book tales! FN2187 turns a bad day and troublesome pest into praise from Captain Phasma. Luke and Leia undertake a high-stakes, two-part undercover mission on Tibrin with explosive results. Plus more stories with K2SO, Cassian, Emil, CR-8R, and the rebels vs. the Empire expand the world of Star Wars into new territory for a new generation of fans. Collects Issues #3–5.

TPB • FC • $9.99 • 80 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-169-4

Join Jyn Erso On Her Mission to Steal the Death Star Plans

IDW Publishing continues to expand its Star Wars graphic novel line with another beautifully realized Star Wars adaptation as Star Wars: Rogue One Graphic Novel Adaptation has officially arrived.

Fans of the Star Wars blockbuster can re-live the adventure in a new art style appealing to fans of Disney’s animation. The mission to steal the Death Star plans has never looked so good! Return to the adventure with the ragtag crew of Jyn, Cassian, K-2SO, Chirrut, and Baze in a galaxy far, far away. See the sands of Scarif, Vader’s castle on Mustafar, or even the kyber rich desert moon of Jedha as you flip through this 80-page book.

Star Wars: Rogue One Graphic Novel Adaptation features the creative talent of Star Wars veterans, including author Alessandro Ferrari, along with illustrators and artists Andrew ParisiIgor ChimissoMatteo Piana, and a brand-new cover by artist Eric Jones.

The Star Wars: Rogue One Graphic Novel Adaptation trade paperback collection is available for $9.99 in comic shops and book stores everywhere. The time to fight is now!

Preview: Star Wars Adventures #5

Star Wars Adventures #5

Landry Q. Walker (w) • Eric Jones (a & c)

With their diplomatic mission turned into a debacle, can Leia and Luke possibly salvage the situation? We hope so because the future of the Rebel Alliance may depend on it!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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