There’s seven new comics for you to get right now on comiXology including brand new Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red! Check out the full list of new comics here or the individual issues below.
Dead Mount Death Play #53
Written by Ryohgo Narita
Art by Shinta Fujimoto
Habaki’s escaped! What exactly are these secrets he’s so desperate to keep? Read the next chapter of Dead Mount Death Play the same day as Japan!
Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One #44
Written by Kumo Kagyu
Art by Shingo Adachi, Noboru Kannatuki, Kento Sakaeda
This series is rated Adults OnlyDISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality goreCow Girl is jolted from her usual routine when an earthquake strikes the farm, and Goblin Slayer returns to his with a new quest… Read the next chapter of Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One the same day as Japan!
Rafael’s Contract Bride
Written by Nina Milne
Art by Imeri Tsubakino
When Rafael unexpectedly proposed, Cora couldn’t believe what she was hearing. Rafael had brought her to Spain to work for him, but she never expected he’d want her as his wife. But all Rafael really wants is to fulfill the required conditions in order to buy land. The moment she finds out he’s only using her, Cora is devastated. Of course a gorgeous man wouldn’t love such a plain woman like her. But then why did he choose her to propose to?
The Nanny Affair
Written by Robyn Donald
Art by Motoko Mori
While dog-sitting, Emma meets the first man to ever make her blood run hot. Kane Talbot, the handsome next-door neighbor to her client, is a wealthy man respected by everyone in the area. However, he’s also engaged. Emma has to keep her distance before he truly claims her heart. However, the more Kane helps Emma out, the further she falls. Little does she know, he’s not someone she should have fallen for.
Harley Quinn Black + White + Red (2020-) #11
Written by Simon Spurrier
Pencils Otto Schmidt
Inks Otto Schmidt
Colored by Otto Schmidt
It’s simple: kill the Batman. And the Flash. And Wonder Woman. And Superman. At least, hypothetically. And hypotheticals are all Harley Quinn’s got as she regales a bar full of Gotham’s scummiest scumbags on how she would take down the Justice League, but her solutions are anything but simple…
The Native Quest
Written by Greg Washington
Art by Greg Washington
Pencils Greg Washington
Colored by Eugene Perez Jr
Lettered by Greg Washington
Edited by Greg Washington
Imagine [Afro-Science-Fiction-Futurism] and Spirituality all rolled into one coming-of-age tale, filled with Adventure, Thrills and Suspense. The main story has a grand epic feel to it, dealing with super villains and the potential of a Nuclear Holocaust, but the subplot is very intimate, as it focuses on real world issues such as Social Anxiety, Fear and Mental illness and its psychological affect on the main characters life journey.
The Gospel of Matthew: NIV
Adaptation by Simon Amadeus Pillario
Art by Simon Amadeus Pillario
Pencils Simon Amadeus Pillario
Colored by Ryan Esch, Leslie, Simonin Wilmer
Cover by Simon Amadeus Pillario
Lettered by Simon Amadeus Pillario
The Gospel of Matthew is a 240 page graphic novel from the series: The Word for Word Bible Comic. This edition included the New Internation Version (NIV) translation of the Bible and verse number are labelled at the bottom of each page for reference.
The comic presents every word of the new testament scripture, within its historical, cultural and geographical context. It employs a high view of scripture and is aimed at adults and readers aged 12+.
THE STORY INTRO: Throughout the books of Moses and the prophets, God has promised a messiah, a king to come and liberate his people, Israel, and rule the earth with peace and justice.
But what will be the fulfilment of this prophesied royal conqueror from heaven? The story begins in a sheep’s feeding trough…
ENDORSEMENTS: “Very interesting. As clear a readable rendition of the Bible as I have seen. Makes biblical teaching more accessible to young and old alike.” – John Wagner, Co-creator of Judge Dredd.
“Indeed, one might argue that The Word for Word Bible Comic is actually a more authentic presentation of the Bible than our bare printed texts, which invite us to fill a visual vacuum by supplying pictures in our own imagination of people and events.” – Rev Dr Christopher R. Smith (Author of “Understanding the Books of the Bible” Study Guides from IVP. Doctorate in Historical Theology and the Bible.)
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