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Preview: Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla #9

HERALD: LOVECRAFT & TESLA #9

Writer(s): John Reilly
Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers (pencils), Dexter Weeks (color, letters)
Cover Artist(s): Tom Rogers
32 pgs./ T / FC
$3.99

When Houdini and Lovecraft are taken to Sean Breag’s underground ceremony room, Sonia Greene and Tesla rush to save them from the transformative power of the accursed needle of Zur’in Xal in a confrontation that leaves more questions than answers.

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Preview: Herald: Lovecraft and Tesla #8

HERALD: LOVECRAFT AND TESLA #8

Writer(s): John Reilly
Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers (pencils), Dexter Weeks (color, letters)
Cover Artist(s): Tom Rogers
32 pgs./ T / FC
$3.99

Howard’s ex-wife Sonia Greene steps up to the plate. In Vienna, the cult presents Adolf with an opportunity to finally make something of himself. Einstein goes head-to-head with Edison. Twain gets Tesla out of a hole. Houdini and Howard are invited to a very special wedding.

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Preview: Herald: Lovecraft and Tesla #7

HERALD: LOVECRAFT AND TESLA #7

Writer(s): John Reilly
Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers (pencils), Dexter Weeks (color, letters)
Cover Artist(s): Tom Rogers
32 pgs./ T / FC
$3.99

The pulp hit returns with the start of a new arc as the Cthulhu Cult uses a familiar ceremony to build flesh beasts from the merged bodies of the unsuspecting. Meanwhile, Twain presents the boys with a gift, but Tesla first has a score to settle at Earhart’s airfield. The adventure continues with “Tying the Knot.”

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Preview: Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla: Fingers to the Bone TPB

HERALD: LOVECRAFT & TESLA: FINGERS TO THE BONE TPB

Writer(s): John Reilly
Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers, Dexter Weeks
Cover Artist(s): Jack Ciolli
96 pgs./ Teen / FC
$9.99 (reg.)

While Tesla performs a demonstration at Mark Twain’s retirement party, an uninvited guest with an unmatched intellect threatens everything Tesla has worked for.  Meanwhile, Susan and Houdini enjoy a quiet evening of séances and astral travel with Aleister Crowley. In Vienna, the Cult continues its attempts to recruit a starving artist with a unique destiny.  Collects Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla #4-6.

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Review: Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla #6

HLTHerald: Lovecraft and Tesla is an absurdly fun adventure which straddles the fence between complete lunacy and absolute brilliance, while never failing to tell a great character driven story.

The people are what make this issue special. Each person takes a normal human trait and stretches it to its most extreme. The story opens with Houdini floating in Elsewhere, as Amelia Earhart casually fights off monsters below. Due to his pride, he believes the entire trip to be part of a dream because, the only true magic is what he performs on stage. Following that, we return to Mark Twain’s manner as he, Lovecraft, and Tesla, continue to battle a large book Golem. The entire scene is hilarious, as Lovecraft again is never broken from his calm demeanor, refusing to believe anything is out of the ordinary aside from a moment where he boisterously claims, “huh, weird”. Mark Twain’s role in the battle is to trade insults with the beast in the hopes of using his genius to destroy it. Lovecraft and Tesla’s bizarre relationship is a treat as Tesla truly becomes the conduit for the reader to see all of the outlandish personalities. He is the only one who takes a moment to ever question what is going on and attempt to try to find some logic in the world. The tale ends following a young failed German artist named Adolf, as he begins to find his way in the world. This sets the book up for a larger narrative as the stories become closer and closer to intertwining. Even with characters this outlandish, writer John Reilly does a great job giving them a sense of depth. Whether it is Tesla’s hunt for his love, or Twain’s yet unknown motives, each characters avoids being a flat one dimensional person and feels truly complex.

The art by Tom Rodgers and Dexter Weeks does a fantastic job accentuating both the calmer moments, such as in Vienna, to the surreal moments, like entirety of Elseworld. Each location feels appropriate within the world that Reilly has created. The characters all look unique and the facial work is spot on considering how many emotions are being felt from multiple characters within the same panel. There is a nice attention to detail as well. In one particular shot of the book Golem, many of the spines of the books he is made out of have been filled in with popular novel titles from the time period, as well as samples of pages across the creature’s face.

Overall, this comic is a joy to read and has done a phenomenal job of creating characters that are so charmingly ridiculous, that anything they do seems worthy of reading. And with the larger narrative ever growing there will be no shortage of adventures for Lovecraft and Tesla to find themselves lost in.

Story: John Reilly Art: Tom Rodgers, Dexter Weeks
Story: 9 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.75 recommendation: Buy

Action Lab Entertainment provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

DC_Bombshells_2_5575d95d36ac86.74035338Wednesdays 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!

We’re bringing back something we haven’t done for a while, what the team thinks. Our contributors are choosing up to five books each week and why they’re choosing the books.

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

Brett

Top Pick: Plutonia #1 (Image Comics) – A new series by Jeff Lemire? Well, that alone gets this on my list, but the idea of him tackling a coming of age story through the lense of the superhero genre is too awesome to not look forward to. Add in beautiful artwork by Emi Lenox, and this is the first comic I’m reading this week.

Imperium #8 (Valiant Entertainment) – Harada and Divinity, two of the most powerful beings in the Valiant universe have come face to face. This is the climax to “Broken Angels,” continuing the awesomeness that is this series.

Midnighter #4 (DC Comics) – Writer Steve Orlando has made punching to solve problems cool again. I’ve never been the biggest Midnighter fan, but Orlando has given me reasons to be as he’s given the character a fresh mix of a personal life and superhero life. Such a fantastic series.

The Omega Men #4 (DC Comics) – Superhero terrorists? This series shows the gray and that there’s a fine line between terrorist and revolutionary, all in space! A very cool sci-fi series that does what sci-fi does best, explore our society through entertainment.

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #44 (IDW Publishing) – I’ll keep plugging the various IDW Transformers series until you people wake up and see that it’s more than just giant robots and fighting! Every series has been an interesting mix of political intrigue, action, and religious philosophy. It’ more than meets the eye (sorry had to).

 

Alex

Top Pick: X-O Manowar #40 (Valiant Entertainment) – I’ve become a huge fan of this series over the past few months, and after the way the last issue ended, I’ve been looking forward to this for weeks.

We Stand On Guard #3 (Image Comics) – I have been really enjoying this series so far. We’re almost at the half way mark, and I’m really looking forward to see where the story takes us.

 

Edward

Top Pick: Danger Girl: Renegade #1 (IDW Publishing) – Love’m or hate’m, the Danger Girl team is back, and this time focuses on one of the team’s unanswered questions, Abby’s past.  Those that like the series can expect more tongue-in-cheek humor combined with decent action.

Jem and the Holograms #6 (IDW Publishing) – More fun abounds for this series which has been focused so far solely on the battle of the bands, and while it has been a simple enough concept, the creative team fills these pages with life.

Lazarus #19 (Image Comics) –  The ongoing battle of Duluth proves to be an issue for Forever after she is nearly killed in the last issue.  How thia works from here on will be interesting as numerous clans are trying to take down the Carlyles.

Star Lord and Kitty Pryde #3 (Marvel) – A lot of the Secret Wars tie-ins have either mostly ignored the crossover or told a crossover-centric story.  This is one of the few that does both while maintaining the charm of what made the pair of heroes so special to begin with.

Wonderland #39 (Zenescope) – Zenescope’s stand-out series returns with higher stakes as Calie faces threats in Wonderland and on Earth.

 

Elana

Top Picks Tie: 8House: #3 Kiem Part 1 (Image Comics) – Brandon Graham’s inter-connected fantasy world series begins a new storyline. The art by Xurxo G. Penalta is beautifully detailed and creative. The world has an air of Dune mixed with cyberpunk. The story involves astrolprojection. This will be unlike anything else you buy.

Top Picks Tie: Heavy Metal #276 Jack Kirby Issue (Heavy Metal) – Jack Kirby made art for the CIA’s secret Operation Argo plan to free American hostages. Never before published, we can finally see it in this issue! It is based on Robert Zelazny’s famous fantasy series “Lord of Light.” The rest of the mag sounds good too. But the Kirby cover alone with worth the cost of admission.

Jem and The Holograms #6 (IDW Publishing) – The Food Fight of the Century is over and now it is time for the Battle of The Bands! A really fun series for people of all ages and genders. Which band would you be voting for: The Holograms or The Misfits (not the Danzig Misfits, the entirely fictional Misfits that the artist has said sound like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs)? I think Black Sabbath singer Dio would vote for Jem and the Holograms but Black Sabbath singer Ozzy would vote for The Misfits. Please tweet me your own wild speculations to @Elana_Brooklyn #JemBattle (this is just me, not an official IDW tag).

Midnighter #4 (DC Comics) – I’m addicted.

Toil and Trouble #1 (BOOM! Studios) – I’m fairly discriminating about my “re-imaginings of Shakespeare” but this new mini series looks stunning, innovative and feminist.

Silver Surfer #14 (Marvel) – A title that had felt at the periphery of the Marvel U (in an interesting, exploratory way) now finds itself at the middle of it. It looks like the rebuilding of the post Secret Wars Marvel U starts here. The last issue ended on some absolutely stunning art. Among the best I’ve seen in ages. I was very frustrated with Slott’s response to the Hercules bi-erasure story but he’s apologized so I’m still reading this.

 

Kenny

Top Pick: DC Comics Bombshell #2 (DC Comics) – Making this story a period piece has me interested in the many ways they could take Wonder Woman, Batwoman, and Supergirl, after a solid set up in the first issue. But it’s mostly the gorgeous art that has me most excited about diving back into this world.

Daredevil #18 (Marvel) – Honestly, I could break down the multitude of reasons this comic is worth reading but, to keep it simple, when Mark Waid is writing Daredevil it is always worth checking out.

Deadpool vs. Thanos #1 (Marvel) – Deadpool messing with anyone is usually all I need to be happy, but watching him send Thanos into a massive rage has me feeling extra giddy inside.

Herald: Lovecraft and Tesla #6 (Action Lab Entertainment) – Being a history junky, I am all for any type of twisted history tale. And just the potential of watching Mark Twain versus a book golem is enough to make me want to read this right now.

 

Mr. H

Top Pick: Deadpool vs. Thanos #1 (Marvel Comics) – The one who personifies death vs. the one who can talk you to it? Oh yes this is a must see even for me. Viva la Deadpool!

Daredevil #18 (Marvel Comics) – The final chapter. See how it all ends. I am on the bench with anticipation.

DC Comics Bombshells #2 (DC Comics) – The Womens’ Super Revolution continues. Is Steve Trevor going to make it? We shall see…

Green Lantern #44 (DC Comics) – Hal as a renegade just really fits and I’m liking this fun little space chase, I’m hoping that some incoming Thanagarian influence can shift it into over drive though!

Thors #3 (Marvel Comics) – Move over CSI and every other crime drama. This one is how it’s done.

 

Paul

Top Pick: Thors #3 (Marvel) – This is one of my favourite books to come out of Secret Wars.  The Thors have been hunting a murderer who has been targeting Jane Fosters from different areas of Battleworld, and now they have a suspect.  This is a great cop story, following the Thors as they uphold the laws of Doom, and I can’t wait to see the interrogation of their suspect.

Age of Apocalypse #3 (Marvel) – Issue 1 was fantastic and took me right back to the AoA I remember…and then issue 2 totally left me flat, basically a rehash of the first.  I am really hoping they pick this story up and we get more into the thick of things.  I’m really enjoying seeing the story from Cypher’s point of view, but I want to see more then some observations on character behaviour.  There’s been hints of a virus that could end all the mutants…can we please see more of this story?

Squadron Sinister #3 (Marvel) – I was surprised that I enjoy this book as much as I do.  I’m familiar with the Squadron Supreme, and Hyperion from his time in Avengers…and it’s a fun read to see Battleworld’s version of this team being nothing more then an organized gang, quietly taking over realms to expand their power…but how long will this go before Doom steps in?

Preview: Herald: Lovecraft and Tesla #6

HERALD: LOVECRAFT AND TESLA #6

Writer(s): John Reilly
Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers, Dexter Weeks
Cover Artist(s): Dexter Weeks
32 pgs./ All Ages / FC $3.99

As Mark Twain matches wits with a book golem, Houdini learns a terrible secret about Amelia Earhart’s progress in the Elsewhere. In Vienna, a starving artist discovers his darker purpose.

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Preview: Herald: Lovecraft and Telsa #5

HERALD: LOVECRAFT AND TESLA #5

Writer(s): John Reilly
Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers, Dexter Weeks
Cover Artist(s): Tom Rogers

32 pgs./Teen / FC
$3.99 (reg.)

Mark Twain’s retirement party turns deadly when the book golem William Wilde arrives. Meanwhile, Harry Houdini and Susan Lovecraft learn more than they should when they infiltrate one of Aleister Crowley’s séances.

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Action Lab Entertainment’s Herald Optioned by Romark Entertainment

In a partnership with Markerstone Pictures, Romark Entertainment has secured the rights to the comic book series Herald. The series, published by Action Lab Entertainment and created by writer John Reilly, and artists Tom Rogers and Dexter Weeks, tells the story of Nikola Tesla, whose experiments with time travel thrust him ahead in time to the early 1900s, where he must team up with a young H.P. Lovecraft as part of a secretive group combating humanity’s greatest threat, the Cthulu Order. Two sides of the same coin, this contentious pair must navigate a dangerous and forbidden world of frightful secrets, cosmic nightmares, and unspeakable horrors in a quest to save the world. The series, which will interweave the worlds of science and magic, also features appearances by iconic characters such as Albert Einstein, Amelia Earhart and Harry Houdini.

Romark’s Rock Shaink and Markerstone’s Mark Lawyer will produce the project, with Joseph New set to oversee for Romark.

Romark is currently producing Earthless alongside Ridley Scott and Brooklyn Weaver at Fox, Paradox alongside Tim Kring at Imperative, Matriarch alongside Red Wagon for Paramount, and the upcoming television series Winter which they are developing with Demarest TV. In June, their Sundance hit Bound to Vengeance released in theaters and on VOD from IFC Midnight.

Markerstone setup the thriller Padre at Screen Gems, is producing the Irish indie Brighter Nights with Fueld Films and is currently gearing up for production on the action/thriller Backtrace with Myriad Pictures.

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Action Lab Entertainment in September 2015

THE ADVENTURES OF AERO-GIRL TPB

Writer(s): DeWayne Feenstra
Artist Name(s): Axur Eneas
Cover Artist(s): Axur Eneas & Juan Paul Reibeling

As the daughter and sidekick to Battle Jack, Jacqueline Mackenzie’s life couldn’t be better, but tragedy is just around the corner. Will she be able to protect Foxbay from the likes of Dr. Chimera and his army of Ani-men or the Recycler and the Junkbots? Will her new super gorilla sidekick be more than she can handle? Will Aero-girl still be the hero she (and her father) alwasy dreamed she would be?

128 pgs./All Ages / FC $14.99

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ACTIONVERSE: HALLOWEEN COMICFEST #1

Writer(s): Vito Delsante, Jamal Igle, Scott Fogg
Artist Name(s): Ray-Anthony Height, Sean Izaakse, TBA
Color Artist(s): TBA
Cover Artist(s): Ray-Anthony Height, Sean Izaakse and Jamal Igle

ACTIONVERSE DEBUTS! Get a peek at the Creator Owned event of the year that everyone will be talking about from Action Lab…ACTIONVERSE! Action Lab ties its Creator Owned Superhero Properties together in a universe shattering event never before attempted by a comic publisher. Preview the Midnight Tiger, Molly Danger and Stray crossover, get the who’s who on all the Major Heroes and Villains and a special first look at our new series, ACTION LAB: DOG OF WONDER! Everything you need for the history making event in December is in this book!

32 pgs./ All Ages / FC FREE (reg.)

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ARCHON: BATTLE OF THE DRAGON #2

Writer(s): John J. Perez
Artist Name(s): Marco Maccagni, Bobby Hernandez, Angela Fato
Cover Artist(s): Marco Maccagni, Morghan Hill

Gareth’s new boss is a beast! Alistair Koontz is a ruthless businessman, tail chaser, cigar aficionado and century’s old shape-shifting Dragon. His world revolves one thing: profit. Meanwhile a thuggish troll pushing bad elixir on the street finds himself in hot water when a simple deal becomes complicated. Variant cover by Morghan Gill, limited to 2000 copies.

32 pgs./ Teen / FC $3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (Var.)

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AWAKE #1

Writer(s): Susan Beneville
Artist Name(s): Brian Hess
Cover Artist(s): Brian Hess

Twelve year-old Regn has the power to wake and heal planets. But, on her first mission, she lands on Gremon where she discovers an angry planet tearing itself apart, an irresponsible big brother, and a greedy baron who stokes the chaos for his own benefit. Her power may not be enough when she comes face-to-face with the planet’s consciousness. Variant cover by Dan Schoening, limited to 2000 copies.

32 pgs./ All Ages / FC $3.99 (reg.) $4.99 (var.)

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THE F1RST HERO: FIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE #2

Writer(s): Anthony Ruttgaizer
Artist Name(s): Danny Zabbal (art), Fred C Stresing (letters/colors)
Cover Artist(s): Danny Zabbal

Jake Roth comes face-to-face with Odinson, the homicidal extrahuman at the centre of an illegal fight club. Can Jake escape without a fight? Or will he have to expose his own extra human powers just to survive?

32 pgs./ Teen / FC $3.99 (reg.)

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HERALD: LOVECRAFT AND TESLA: FINGERS TO THE BONE TPB

Writer(s): John Reilly
Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers (pencils), Dexter Weeks (ink, color, letters)
Cover Artist(s): Jack Ciolli

While Tesla performs a demonstration at Mark Twain’s retirement party, an uninvited guest with an unmatched intellect threatens everything Tesla has worked for. Meanwhile, Susan and Houdini enjoy a quiet evening of séances and astral travel with Aleister Crowley. In Vienna, the Cult continues its attempts to recruit a starving artist with a unique destiny. Collects Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla 4-6.

96 pgs./Teen / FC $9.99

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KIDS OF THE ROUND TABLE TPB

Writer(s): Robert Tinnell, Aaron J. Shelton
Artist Name(s): Brendon Fraim (p) Inker: Brian Fraim (i)
Cover Artist(s): Penciler: Brendon Fraim Inker (p): Brian Fraim (i)

Twelve year-old Kevin and his friends are transported to a world of magic after finding King Arthur’s legendary sword Excalibur. Can these new Knights of the Round Table stop the evil witch Morgan le Fay from conquering both worlds? Collects issues 1-4 of the series.

128 pgs./All Ages / FC $14.99

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PRINCELESS: RAVEN, THE PIRATE PRINCESS #3

Writer(s): Jeremy Whitley
Artist Name(s): Rosy Higgins, Ted Brandt
Cover Artist(s): Rosy Higgins, Ted Brandt

So far, Adrienne’s crew is up to three and she’s going to need a lot more if she’s going jumpstart her quest for vengeance. Katie and Sunshine head out to recruit a crew, while Raven goes looking for a navigator. Luckily, she knows one. Unluckily, her relationship with this navigator is…complicated. Will she recruit her or will she end up on the wrong end of a drawing compass? Variant cover limited to 2000 copies!

32 pgs./ All Ages / FC $3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (Var.)

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PRINCELESS: BE YOURSELF #4

Writer(s): Jeremy Whitley
Artist Name(s): Emily Martin, Brett Grunig
Cover Artist(s): Emily Martin, Brett Grunig

This is it, the breathtaking conclusion of Be Yourself! Angoisse is divided between her loyalty to her sister and her love for one of the knights who are hunting her. Will Angoisse let him capture Adrienne and get Angoisse’s hand in marriage as a reward or will she protect her sister’s freedom. Also, Sparky and the Grimmorax settle their differences!

32 pgs./ All Ages/ FC $3.99

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NUTMEG #4

Writer(s): James F. Wright
Artist Name(s): Jackie Crofts
Cover Artist(s): Jackie Crofts

Fall, Part 4: “The Bake Sale.” It’s the Lady Rangers’ Brownie Brawl Kickoff and Vista Vale is hopping. Teen detective Ginger and school paper editor Anise are there, hunting for a new case. Meanwhile, Poppy learns more about Cassia as they seek a new ally for their secret brownie enterprise.

32 pgs./ Teen / FC $3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (Var.)

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VAMPLETS: THE NIGHTMARE NURSERY HC

Writer(s): Gayle Middleton and Dave Dwonch
Artist Name(s): Amanda Coronado, Bill Blankenship (c)
Cover Artist(s): Amanda Coronado

Offered Again! Teenager Destiny Harper is at a crossroad in her life. Graduation is coming, and she has zero prospects for the future. Answering an ad for “The Night Care Nursery” seems like a great idea, until she is magically transported to Gloomvania, where dark creatures lurk the streets, and the world is being mysteriously overrun by baby vampyres called Vamplets! Can Destiny serve her term as Governess of “The Nightmare Nursery” and return home? Fairy tales get a modern update in this coming of age tales of monsters, mayhem, and magic!

48 pgs./All Ages / FC $15.99 (reg.)

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GRAVEDIGGER #3

Writer(s): Christopher Mills
Artist Name(s): Rick Burchett
Cover Artist(s): Rick Burchett

When “Gravedigger” McCrae is brought in on a South of the Border arms heist, it looks like it will be an easy score. But between the charms of the beautiful Angel and all the double-and-triple crosses, Digger will be lucky to get out alive. The desert sand will run red with blood before this caper is done.

Featuring artwork from multiple Eisner award-winning artist Rick Burchett (Batman Adventures, Lady Sabre and the Pirates of the Ineffable Aether).

32 pgs./ Mature Readers / Grayscale $3.99 (reg.)

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HOLY F*CKED #1 (of 4)

Writer(s): Nick Marino
Artist Name(s): Daniel Arruda Massa
Cover Artist(s): Daniel Arruda Massa Halloween Variant Cover Artist(s): Daniel Arruda Massa

After recklessly killing tons of gods in HOLY F*CK, Jesus is back, again, and chilling with Satan in domestic bliss. And their best bud, Sister Maria, is managing a local homeless shelter.

Sounds great, right? Not for Hercules! The “Muscles from Mt. Olympus” is pissed and he wants revenge. Plus… what shocking news does Satan have for his macho messiah?

The all new first issue from the sequel to the popular series comes with a limited to 1,500 copies Halloween themed variant cover.

32 pgs./ Mature Readers / FC $3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (Var.)

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PUPPET MASTER #7

Writer(s): Shawn Gabborin
Artist Name(s): Michela Da Sacco (pencils, inks) and Yann Perrelet (colors)
Cover Artist(s): Standard Cover: Michela De Sacco (Pencils/Inks) and Daniel Morales (Colors)
Jester Cover: Michela De Sacco (Pencils/Inks) and Yann Perrelet (Colors)

The Puppet bodies have cut a bloody trail with only one final destination: Hell for the souls that abandoned them. A deal is placed before the souls that used to inhabit the Puppets, but will they accept… and should they? Enter Anapa, son of Sutekh. Film and comics converge in the ultimate tale of revenge!

32 pgs./ Mature Readers/ FC $3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (Var.)

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PUPPET MASTER HALLOWEEN SPECIAL #1

Writer(s): Shawn Gabborin
Artist Name(s): Renzo Rodriquez (Pencils/Inks) and Daniel Morales (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Andy Jewett

Halloween, 1988. The girls of Pi Kappa Sig are preparing for the annual Halloween bash when a late trick-or-treater brings their plans to a screeching halt. Now the Puppets are loose in the sorority house! Blood, guts and babes! Happy Halloween, Puppet Master sorority style!

32 pgs./ Mature Readers/ FC $3.99 (reg.)

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PUPPET MASTER: THE OFFERING TPB

Writer(s): Shawn Gabborin
Artist Name(s): Michela Da Sacco (pencils, inks) and Yann Perrelet (colors)
Cover Artist(s): Michela Da Sacco (pencils, inks) and Yann Perrelet (colors)

Charles Band’s long running cult classic horror film series makes its way to the comic page! When a group of friends set out to use the abandoned Bodega Bay Inn as a party spot, they find out first hand that the bizarre local folklore is more truth than fantasy… as an army of twisted autonomous Puppets have their way with the trespassing teens! The Puppets are back, and they’re out for blood!

Collecting the first story arc of the ongoing Puppet Master comic!

128 pgs./ Mature readers / FC $14.99

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VAMPBLADE COMICFEST FEATURING ZOMBIE TRAMP

Writer(s): Jason Martin, Dan Mendoza
Artist Name(s): Winston Young
Cover Artist(s): Winston Young, Dan Mendoza

Get a look at the latest offbeat genre heroine from Danger Zone…VAMPBLADE! After appearing in the pages of Zombie Tramp and then guest starring in a limited series with the queen of the undead, the mystical blade wielding Vampblade is all set to debut her own ongoing series in 2016! Here’s your chance to see what the book is all about and also take a peek at Zombie Tramp and friends!

32 pgs./ Mature Readers / FC FREE

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ZOMBIE TRAMP #15

Writer(s): Jason Martin, Dan Mendoza
Artist Name(s): Xenia Xiu
Cover Artist(s): ): TMChu (regular, risqué variant), Dan Mendoza (limited variant), Blitz Cadet (artist variant)

While being hunted on the deep South golf course, Zombie Tramp turns the tables on the satanic Country Club cult members who aim to bag her, only to encounter their dark master, the powerful King in Yellow. It’s Caddy Shack meets Deliverance by way of True Detective!

Features a variant cover by series creator Dan Mendoza (limited to 2000 copies) a risqué variant cover (limited to 2500 copies), and an artist showcase variant by Tank Girl’s Brett Parson (limited to 1500 copies).

32 pgs./ Mature Readers/ FC $3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (Var.)

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ZOMBIE TRAMP HALLOWEEN SPECIAL #1

Writer(s): Dan Mendoza
Artist Name(s): Marcelo Trom
Cover Artist(s): Marcelo Trom, Dan Mendoza, Bill McKay
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Get set for Hot Habanero Action and Sexy Salsa Sizzle as our favorite Undead Vixen goes south of the border just in time for a Día de Muertos themed Halloween special!!

When a troubled young girl visits her sister’s grave on All Souls Day, could she rise from the ground and come to her sister’s aid? That we don’t know. But what we do know is that someone does hear her. Someone that does rise from graves.
That someone is Janey Belle, The ZOMBIE TRAMP.

Features Dia de los Muertos regular and risqué covers, and Halloween covers by Zombie Tramp creator Dan Mendoza, and Bill McKay (Zombies VS Cheerleaders, Night of the 80s Undead)!

32 pgs./ Mature Readers/ FC $3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (Var.)

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