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Preview: Good Luck #4 (of 5)

Good Luck #4 (of 5)

(W) Matthew Erman (A) Stefano Simeone (CA) Jorge Corona
In Shops: Sep 22, 2021
SRP: $3.99

Reeling from their recent discovery that Joseph is more than what he seems, The Unfortunates must focus on their mission, but in order to have any chance to save the world they must get to the Core.

Meanwhile, the Secretary of Luck and his cronies have invaded the Kismet Zone after our team’s disappearance and may ruin everything.

And what do Ursa and Cassiopeia have to do with the final mission of the Core?

Good Luck #4 (of 5)

Your First Look at Good Luck #4

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Good Luck #4, the next issue in the five-issue original series from acclaimed writer Matthew Erman, artist Stefano Simeone, and letterer Mike Fiorentino about defying fate by fighting against impossible odds, available on September 22, 2021.

Reeling from their recent discovery that Joseph is more than what he seems, The Unfortunates must focus on their mission, but in order to have any chance to save the world, they must get to the Core. Meanwhile, the Secretary of Luck and his cronies have invaded the Kismet Zone after our team’s disappearance, and may ruin everything. And… what do Ursa and Cassiopeia have to do with the final mission of the Core?  

Good Luck #4 features main cover art by artist Jorge Corona and variant covers by illustrators Gerald Parel and Jonboy Meyers.

Good Luck #4

Preview: Good Luck #3 (of 5)

Good Luck #3 (of 5)

(W) Matthew Erman (A) Stefano Simeone (CA) Jorge Corona
In Shops: Aug 25, 2021
SRP: $3.99

You’ve got to ask yourself one question: “Do I Feel Lucky?”

The Unfortunates finally strike upon some Good Luck, though they have disappeared from the Kismet Zone.

Will Artie, Cherry, and Hilde uncover the reason behind their disappearance and be able to hold onto their luck, or is time running out for them?

Good Luck #3 (of 5)

Get a First Look at Good Luck #3

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Good Luck #3, the next issue in the bold new five-issue original series from acclaimed writer Matthew Erman, artist Stefano Simeone, and letterer Mike Fiorentino about defying fate by fighting against impossible odds, available on August 25, 2021.

The Unfortunates finally strike upon some Good Luck, despite disappearing from the Kismet Zone. Will Artie, Cherry, and Hilde uncover the reason behind their disappearance and be able to hold on to their luck, or is time running out for them?

Good Luck #3 features main cover art by artist Jorge Corona and variant covers by famed illustrator Caspar Wijngaard.

Good Luck #3

Preview: Good Luck #2

Good Luck #2

(W) Matthew Erman (A) Stefano Simeone (CA) Jorge Corona
In Shops: Jul 28, 2021
SRP: $3.99

When Good Luck and Bad Luck collide, will humanity survive?

The Unfortunates – teenagers born with zero luck – arrive at the heart of the chaotic, reality-threatening event and are soon confronted by the powerful beings that control Luck – the Constellations!

Meanwhile, the Secretary of Probability and Luck has plans of their own… and knows more than they’ve let on.

Good Luck #2

Meet the Constellations in Good Luck #2

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Good Luck #2, the next issue in the bold new five-issue original series from acclaimed writer Matthew Erman, artist Stefano Simeone, and letterer Mike Fiorentino about defying fate by fighting against impossible odds, available on July 28, 2021.

When Good Luck and Bad Luck collide, will humanity survive? The Unfortunates – teenagers born with zero luck – arrive at the heart of the chaotic, reality-threatening event and are soon confronted by the powerful beings that control Luck – the Constellations! Meanwhile, the Secretary of Probability & Luck has plans of their own… and knows more than they’ve let on.

Good Luck #2 features main cover art by artist Jorge Corona and Sarah Stern, and variant cover by acclaimed artist InHyuk Lee.

Good Luck #2

Around the Tubes

Batman: Reptilian #1

It’s a new week and we have a lot coming at you. We’re kicking off our day with news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Book Riot – Pride-ful Webtoons Comics – What else would you suggest?

The Comichron – Yearly charts up for Capital, Diamond from 1984-1990 – Some comic history.

The Beat – Wattpad WEBTOON Studios announced with $100 million in financing – This should shake things up.

Reviews

Bubblelabber – Aggretsuko: Little Rei of Sunshine
Collected Editions – Batman Vol. 3 Ghost Stories
That Hashtag Show – Batman: Reptilian #1
Geek Dad – Batman: Reptilian #1
Comic Attack – EVE #1
That Hashtag Show – Good Luck #1
Laughing Place – Star Wars: Darth Vader #13
Geek Dad – Wonder Woman: Black & Gold #1

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Infinite Frontier #1

Wednesdays (and now 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.

American Cult: Graphic History of Religious Cults in America (Silver Sprocket) – This graphic novel is a series of shorts from a variety of creators examining famous cults in the US.

Batman: Reptilian #1 (DC Comics) – Garth Ennis and Liam Sharp dive into the world of Batman. Yes please!

Checkmate #1 (DC Comics) – The events of Event Leviathan pick up as DC’s best spies come together as part of the new Checkmate to take on Leviathan.

Gamma Flight #1 (Marvel) – The gamma-infused group gets the spotlight in a new series and we’re excited to see where this quirky group goes.

Good Luck #1 (BOOM! Studios) – What if luck was quantifiable and something everyone was born with? The concept sounds really cool, especially since this focuses on those that are born with absolutely zero luck.

Harley Quinn #4 (DC Comics) – The series has been a lot of fun tying into the greater Batman meta-story while keeping it squarely on Harley and in her own voice. Add in amazing art and you have a combination we love.

Infinite Frontier #1 (DC Comics) – The latest DC status-quo has opened up an infinite amount of possibilities. This series looks to explore that and what this new status means both good and bad.

Heroes Return #1 (Marvel) – The event has been a bit mixed in quality but we want to see where it goes and how it ends.

MFKZ #1 (Behemoth) – We don’t know about the movie but the art looks really cool.

Nuclear Family #5 (AfterShock) – The series has been some B-movie fun and we really want to see how it all wraps up.

Shadowman #3 (Valiant) – The series has been solid so far as a re-introduction of the character that’s perfect for long-time fans and new readers.

Spawn Universe #1 (Image Comics) – Back in the day Spawn had a corner of the comic universe with numerous tie-in comics. History repeats itself as Spawn again expands out in the first of what is many series to come. We’re intrigued to see where this decades-old franchise goes.

Stray Dogs #5 (Image Comics) – The series has ramped up the tension and scares and it’s clear who the villain is. We’re tense to see how this series wraps up and if the dogs get out alive.

Undiscovered Country #13 (Image Comics) – The series has been completely out there in concepts and kept us on our toes as to what will happen next. After a slight break, it’s back and we’re excited to see where it goes.

Vinyl #1 (Image Comics) – A story of psychopaths, sweet love, and a serial killer named Walter. Well, ok then.

Wonder Woman: Black & Gold #1 (DC Comics) – DC has been knocking it out of the park with a series of releases focused on the “colors” of various heroes. The anthologies have been top-notch with some real gems. We can’t wait to see what this one brings.

Preview: Good Luck #1 (of 5)

Good Luck #1 (of 5)

(W) Matthew Erman (A) Stefano Simeone (CA) Jorge Corona, Gerald Parel
In Shops: Jun 23, 2021
SRP: $3.99

What if Luck was quantifiable, and something everyone was born with?

Everyone, except the Unfortunates – teenagers born with absolutely zero luck. Now with the world mysteriously plunged into chaos and reality itself threatened, they will be our only hope to save the world.

Our last hope is those with no chance of success… the only thing anyone can wish them is Good Luck.

A bold new original series for fans of Seven Secrets and Runaways from Matthew Erman (Long Lost, Power Rangers: Sins of the Future) and Stefano Simeone (Mega Man: Fully Charged) about defying fate against impossible odds.

Good Luck #1 (of 5)

Get a First Look at the Unluckiest Teens on the Planet in Good Luck #1

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Good Luck #1, the first issue in the bold new five-issue original series from acclaimed writer Matthew Erman, artist Stefano Simeone, and letterer Mike Fiorentino about defying fate by fighting against impossible odds, available on June 23, 2021.

What if Luck was quantifiable, and something everyone was born with? Everyone, except the Unfortunates – teenagers born with absolutely zero Luck. Now, with the world mysteriously plunged into chaos and reality itself threatened, the Unfortunates are our only hope to save the world. When humanity’s last hope is a group of teens with no chance of success, the only thing anyone can do is wish them GOOD LUCK!

Good Luck #1 features main cover art by artist Jorge Corona and variant covers by famed illustrator Gerald Parel and acclaimed artist Junggeun Yoon.

Good Luck #1
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