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AAM-Markosia and Yen Press have 5 New Releases Available Now on comiXology

There’s five new releases from AAM-Markosia and Yen Press available today on comiXology. You can purchase them now or check out the individual releases below.

An Instant from the Past #4

Written by Juan Pangrazi
Art by Juan Pangrazi
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Oliver finally discovers the dark secret behind all these murders. But now the lives of those around him could be in a serious danger.

An Instant from the Past #4

God Bless the Mistaken #4

Written by Nio Nakatani
Art by Nio Nakatani
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Some bugs are obvious, some are trickier to find, and some are impossible to nail down the specifics of… Luckily, Kasane’s on the case! Read the next chapter of God Bless the Mistaken the same day as Japan!

God Bless the Mistaken #4

So I’m a Spider, So What? #56.1

Written by Okina Baba
Art by Asahiro Kakashi
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The Demon Lord’s flunkies are progressing quite nicely, if I do say so myself! But I can’t just keep calling them that, maybe I should name them soon? And watch out world—the one and only Kumoko will now become a weapons master—hiyah!! The only bummer is, the one old dude’s been acting super gloomy. What’s up with him…? Read the next chapter of So I’m a Spider, So What? the same day as Japan!

So I'm a Spider, So What? #56.1

The Plastic Empire #2

Written by Martin Green
Art by Martin Green
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The Emperors daughters lover General Nero, now scared for his life after his failure to protect New Constantinople is helping the Plastic People escape the Popes crusaders to a secret location. The Ley line between Rome and New Constantinople has been broken by the Dark Angels forcing the humiliated Roman emperor to call upon the ancient spirit of The Green Man. Enraged by the treatment of the druids The Green Man offers to journey through troubled lands to reach New Constantinople to tip the balance of war back in Rome’s favour.

The Plastic Empire #2

The Vampires of Lower Bennett Street #5

Written by Mike Lynch
Art by Joe Campbell
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Derry lies in ruins as it feels the full wraith of Mother and her nano vampires. She is determined to wipe out Lazarus and his allies, but Lazarus won’t go down without a fight. He decides to make one last stand against the forces of evil where it all began in the cellar under Lower Bennett Street. This is the final explosive issue in the series.

The Vampires of Lower Bennett Street #5

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DC, Yen Press, and Magnetic Press all have New Digital Releases Available Now

There’s seven new titles available on comiXology now from Magnetic Press, Yen Press, and DC Comics. Start shopping or check out the individual releases below.

Goblin Slayer #66

Written by Kumo Kagyu
Art by Kousuke Kurose
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This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality gore
Goblin Slayer, Spearman, and Heavy Warrior go out drinking—and get drunk enough to actually be willing to share some of their hopes and dreams… Read the next chapter of Goblin Slayer at the same time as Japan!

Goblin Slayer #66

God Bless the Mistaken #3

Written by Nio Nakatani
Art by Nio Nakatani
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Read the next chapter of God Bless the Mistaken the same day as Japan!

Bless the Mistaken #3

Hinowa ga CRUSH! #47

Written by Takahiro
Art by Strelka
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This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality
Hinowa starts to build the foundation of her nation. Read the next chapter of Hinowa ga CRUSH! at the same time as Japan!

Hinowa ga CRUSH! #47

Reborn as a Vending Machine, I Now Wander the Dungeon #5

Written by Hirukuma
Art by Kunieda, Hagure Yuuki
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Read the next chapter of Reborn as a Vending Machine, I Now Wander the Dungeon the same day as Japan!

Reborn as a Vending Machine, I Now Wander the Dungeon #5

Shangri-La #4

Written by Mathieu Bablet
Art by Mathieu Bablet
Cover by Mathieu Bablet
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Civil unrest begins to blossom as the next generation of human is revealed. But forced-evolution is not the only secret the genetic engineers have been working on… the secret animoid farms prove to be equally shocking…

Shangri-La #4

The Joker Presents: A Puzzlebox (2021-) #14

Written by Matthew Rosenberg
Pencils Jesús Merino
Inks Jesús Merino
Colored by Ulises Arreola Palomera
Cover by Reilly Brown, Jim Charalampidis
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THE PUNCHLINE! ALL THE MYSTERIES, DOUBLE-CROSSES, DISGUISES, EVERYTHING WILL BE REVEALED…but who will be held accountable for THE DEATH OF THE RIDDLER?!

The Joker Presents: A Puzzlebox (2021-) #14

Zatanna Special (1987) #1

Written by Gerry Conway
Pencils Gray Morrow
Inks Gray Morrow
Colored by Gray Morrow
Cover by Gray Morrow
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“Watch, and I will make you children again. You will not know the real from the unreal. And what you see will be a dream.” Summoned by cryptic visions of her mother, Sindella, Zatanna ventures to the secret city of the Homo Magi. Watch as she faces down snakes the size of Manhattan, a mysterious sleeping plague, and the secrets of her own history!

Zatanna Special (1987) #1

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Yen Press Announces New Manga Coming in October and April

Yen Press has announced a digital simulpub series (God Bless the Mistaken) set to debut on October 27 as well as two new manga series (I Want to Be a Wall and Let’s Go Karaoke!) scheduled for release in April 2022.

God Bless the Mistaken

Story and Art by Nakatani Nio

Kon lives in a world that bugs out regularly—every morning may bring a new surprise. But with Kasane, a researcher who studies these phenomena, he knows that each day will at least be interesting! A delightfully curious creation by Nakatani Nio! 

God Bless the Mistaken is a fun science fiction manga with slice-of-life elements from creator Nakatani Nio, a mangaka who has gained a large Western following in recent years. Nakatani Nio is most well-known for yuri manga, such as the short story collection Farewell to My Alter and contributions to the Éclair yuri anthologies. This exciting new series presents another side of Nakatani’s creativity and will be published simultaneous with Japan exclusively on digital platforms, such as BOOK WALKER Global.

God Bless the Mistaken

I Want to Be a Wall

Story and Art by Honami Shirono

Yuriko, an asexual woman, agrees to take a husband to satisfy her parents—which is how she finds herself tying the knot with Gakurouta, a gay man in love with his childhood friend with his own complicated family circumstances. And so begins the tale of their marriage of convenience.

I Want to Be a Wall is a slice-of-life manga depicting the everyday events of one atypical married couple, a story that is sure to please readers of queer manga and comics. Works from creator Honami Shirono has been some of the most requested among fans of tasteful slice-of-life manga, making the Yen Press release of I Want to Be a Wall a welcome addition to their collections.

I Want to Be a Wall

Let’s Go Karaoke!

Story and Art by Yama Wayama

Satomi, president of his school’s choir club, gets embroiled in a bizarre situation when he’s asked by Kyouji the yakuza to give him voice lessons. Surprisingly, Kyouji’s quite serious, and diligent in his practice too! As the two spend time together, where will this odd friendship take them…?

Let’s Go Karaoke! is a stand-alone comedic volume from Yama Wayama, the creator of Captivated, by You. Yama Wayama is a rising star within the world of manga and is quickly growing to become a beloved artist among fans of prolific creators such as Junji Ito and Usamaru Furuya. Much like Captivated, by You, the manga Let’s Go Karaoke! is a quirky story filled with fun, dry humor, and ambiguous Boys’ Love undertones.

Let’s Go Karaoke!
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