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7 New comiXology Releases Features X-Men, Doctor Spectrum, Space Bastards, and More!

There’s seven new releases on comiXology from Marvel, Harlequin, and Humanoids. You can check out the individual releases below or start shopping now!

Doctor Spectrum: Full Spectrum

Written by Sam Barnes
Art by Travel Foreman, Greg Tocchini
Cover by Dale Keown
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Collects Spectrum #1-6.

Spinning out of SUPREME POWER, Samm Barnes and Travel Foreman bring to light the secret of Corporal Joe Ledger’s dark past, and the plans the crystal has for him!

Doctor Spectrum: Full Spectrum

Notre Guerre contre le sexisme ordinaire

Written by Helen Mullane, Charlie Rano, Kev Sherry
Art by Katia Vecchio
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Elles se battent pour l’égalité des sexes, mais jusqu’où sont-elles prêtes à aller ? 1 VOLUME PARU – HISTOIRES INDÉPENDANTES. À seize ans, Sélène est une féministe militante admirée de ses amis. Elle ne craint pas les petits caïds, ni même les professeurs, et n’hésite pas à leur tenir tête. Mais un jour la provocation va trop loin, et Sélène est humiliée publiquement. Désormais, la jeune fille n’a plus qu’une idée en tête : dénoncer les comportements sexistes, à la manière forte s’il le faut.

Notre Guerre contre le sexisme ordinaire

Pursued By The Rich Rancher

Written by Catherine Mann
Art by Junko Matsufuji
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Nina meets Alex at a camp that she participates in with her young son, and Alex makes her heart skip a beat when he asks her out on a romantic date. Having lived solely for her son after her ruthless husband’s death, Nina hesitates before she finally allows herself to enjoy life a little. However, Alex, whom she thought was an employee, is actually the owner of the camp and the son of a prestigious family. The world she lives in is too different from his. Not to mention, Alex has an inheritance problem of his own…

Pursued By The Rich Rancher

Space Bastards Vol. 6

Written by Joe Aubrey, Eric Peterson
Art by Simon Bisley
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Acclaimed artist Darick Robertson (The Boys, HAPPY!) joins writers Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey to bring you the tale of the galaxy’s most dangerous employers: The IPS! ONGOING SERIES. In the future, unemployment and job dissatisfaction are sky-high. When you’ve got nothing left to lose, you join the Intergalactic Postal Service (IPS). Its postal fees are steep—and they go only to whomever ultimately fulfills the delivery, making every run a comically violent free-for-all between the most ruthless mercenaries in the cosmos! The interplanetary ensemble cast of Space Bastards, under the volatile leadership of Postmaster General Roy Sharpton, are constantly at each other’s throats trying to settle scores and earn big money. But when a rival corporation’s teleportation technology threatens to make their role in the galaxy obsolete, the Bastards must work together to preserve a job they’ve come to love.

Space Bastards Vol. 6

Wolverine/Punisher

Written by Peter Milligan
Art by Lee Weeks
Cover by Gary Frank
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Collects Wolverine/Punisher #1-5.

Marvel’s bad boys join forces for a gun-toting, claw-popping adventure not to be forgotten! Deep in the South American jungle there’s a place of legend – a final refuge where the nastiest of the nasty can disappear from the prying eyes of the world. Now, the vigilante known as the Punisher and the X-Man called Wolverine have stumbled upon this secret sanctuary, and the residents of “Erewhon” couldn’t be happier… or more prepared.

Wolverine/Punisher

X-Men: Dream’s End

Written by Scott Lobdell, Joe Pruett, Robert Weinberg
Art by Tom Derenick, Salvador Larroca, Michael Ryan, Leinil Francis Yu
Cover by Ian Churchill
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Collects Uncanny X-Men (1963) #388-390, X-Men (1991) #108-110, Cable (1993) #87, Bishop: The Last X-Man (1999) #16.

The death of Colossus, reprinted here for the first time! For too long mutants were threatened by the twin specters of the Legacy Virus and anti-mutant politics. Now, the X-Men hope to end both threats, but at what cost to their oldest and dearest? Are there deaths from which even the X-Men can’t return? Featuring Mystique, Cable and the last issue of Bishop’s solo series!

X-Men: Dream's End

X-Men: Old Soldiers

Written by Chris Claremont
Art by Alan Davis
Cover by Alan Davis
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Collects New Mutants Annual #2-3, Uncanny X-Men Annual #11, Uncanny X-Men (1963) #213-215.

Celebrating Chris Claremont and Alan Davis’ UNCANNY X-MEN run, Marvel collects their earliest collaborations on Marvel’s merry mutants! In these classic stories — some reprinted here for the first time — the New Mutants take on Mojo and Spiral, then must contend with the alien antics of the Impossible Man; the X-Men face an enemy who can grant them their most secret desires; and Wolverine battles Sabretooth amid the infamous “Mutant Massacre”!

X-Men: Old Soldiers

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New Marvel, BOOM!, Image, AfterShock, Iron Circus, and More are Available Now on comIXology

Heroes Reborn #2

Today’s new comic book day! ComiXology has you covered for your digital comic needs with over 130 new releases available right now. Get shopping or check out the new releases by the publisher below.

Ablaze

AfterShock

Archie Comics

AWA Studios

Behemoth

BOOM! Studios

Caliber Comics

comiXology Submit

Dark Horse Comics

DC Thomson

Drawn & Quarterly

Dynamite Entertainment

Harlequin

Humanoids

IDW Publishing

Image Comics

Iron Circus Comics

Marvel

Oni Press

Papercutz

Titan Comics

Valiant Entertainment

Vault Comics

Yen Press

Zenescope


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Review: MPLS Sound

MPLS Sound
Cover by Jen Bartel

The phrase “put in the work” is often thrown around as an end-all/be-all take on success. What it actually entails, what it looks like, isn’t always clear. Joe Illidge, Hannibal Tabu, and Meredith Laxton’s MPLS Sound, a book about a fictional band trying to contend with the presence and influence of musical icon Prince, offers a good example of what that phrase means.

The book follows Theresa Booker and her Prince-inspired funk band Starchild as they rise through the Minneapolis music scene while also finding their place in it. Should Prince be an inspiration or a mold to shape one’s self into? What’s identity in music and how does one honor a legacy without being devoured by it? These questions follow Theresa and the band throughout the fast but contemplative story.

While not a requirement, having some background knowledge on the life and legend of Prince guarantees a more enriching reading experience. Some stops along the road of Theresa’s musical career are ripped straight out of Prince’s story.

The expectations of growing up the child of a musical family (if only on one side), demo recording at an early stage, a burning desire to make it big quick, dealing with the label of musical genius, among other things help fans connect the dots on just how much more of a Prince book MPLS Sound truly is.

This isn’t to say Theresa’s character mimics Prince entirely, but there’s a spiritual connection that’s hard to ignore. In fact, the book leaves you no choice other than to get sucked into the funkadelicness of that connection, especially with Laxton’s recreation of key musical spots in the the Minneapolis scene, including the Capri Theater and Sam’s (where he played to a sold-out hometown crowd in 1981). The locations are imbued with a sense of grandeur and magic that one can instantly recognize as belonging to Prince.

MPLS Sound

Illidge and Tabu’s script does a fantastic of adding historical flair to the storytelling, helping Laxton conjure up the required magic such places accrued as their legends grew. Tan Shu’s colors keep to a palette that celebrates purple in its various forms and all its glory, adding to the mystique of Prince’s presence all throughout the book.

An important note, though. Those expecting Prince to be a constant physical present as the plot progresses in the book might not be happy to hear the Artist’s ‘screen time’ is limited. Now, this doesn’t mean he isn’t present in every page.

The Prince character is more a vibrant and ever-present force that reminded me of the power Dracula holds in the classic Bram Stoker novel. Dracula’s interventions are limited in the book, but his presence can be felt in every page, often influencing character behavior and even the decisions they make. Prince plays almost the same role, being both inspirational and overwhelming at the same time.

Theresa and Starchild pose a lot of questions as to what’s expected of them being that Prince’s influence can either make of break the band’s identity. Of course, this is where Illidge and Tabu’s script takes the opportunity to focus on the value of going through the process, of putting in the work.

MPLS Sound

MPLS Sound presents the band’s growing pains as not only necessary but also as a kind of test to see how well the connective tissue between the band members holds when tensions arise. It’s all about the music, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only thing a band has to work on. As the creative team puts all of story elements together, the idea of hard work becomes this multidimensional endeavor that demands one’s commitment entirely. Nothing comes easy, a sentiment Prince both embodied and conquered.

Any excuse to pop in a Prince album and get lost in the sounds of his unique brand of funk is a good one. MPLS Sound doesn’t just give a good reason to do that, it gives the perfect reason to do so. The book invites a deeper understanding of music, craft, and of legendary musicians themselves, but also never at the expense of fun and excitement. What’s here possesses the stuff that makes certain comics go beyond greatness, an accomplishment worthy of the Artist that inspired it.

Script: Joe Illidge and Hannibal Tabu Art: Meredith Laxton
Story: 10 Art: 10 Overall: 10 Recommendation: Buy, along with the entire Prince discography

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DC, Yen Press, Kodansha, and More are Part of Over 50 New Digital Releases Today

Snow Angels #3

Today is one of two new comic book days and comiXology has you covered with your digital needs. You can get shopping now or check out what’s out by the publisher below.

Abrams Comicarts

comiXology Originals

DC Comics

Fantagraphics

Harlequin

HarperCollins

Humanoids

Kodansha

Les Humanoïdes Associés

Marvel

MediBang

Seven Seas

VIZ Media

Yen Press


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Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Home #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.

Batman: The Detective #1 (DC Comics) – Tom Taylor, Andy Kubert, and Brad Anderson take Batman on a European adventure!

Canto & the City of Giants #1 (IDW Publishing) – A bridge between the second and third volumes of the beloved series.

Children of the Atom #2 (Marvel) – The first issue left us scratching our heads and we’re excited to discover the secret about this team.

Doctor Who: Missy #1 (Titan Comics) – The Doctor Who villain gets the spotlight!

Guardians of the Galaxy #13 (Marvel) – It’s a new team and new direction for Marvel’s cosmic side of its universe.

Home #1 (Image Comics) – A story about immigration and asylum mixed with superhero abilities. The series explores the real-world implications of migration.

Jenny Zero #1 (Dark Horse) – The military’s top kaiju killer, “Jenny Zero” now lives the celebutante life. When the massive creatures return, Jenny must decide if she can sober up and save the world!

The Joker #2 (DC Comics) – The first issue was fantastic with its focus on Jim Gordon and his being recruited to hunt the Joker. Now, Gordon must decide what he wants to do and how to do it. There’s also a hell of a reveal in it that will have an impact of Batman stories of the past!

Jules Verne’s Lighthouse #1 (Image Comics) – Based on the story by Jules Verne, he who controls the Lighthouse controls part of the galaxy.

Locke & Key/Sandman: Hell & Gone #1 (IDW Publishing) – The two properties come together for what is sure to be an entertaining tale.

Maniac of New York #3 (AfterShock) – The first two issues were fantastic. The series asks what if Jason was real in New York City?

MPLS Sound (Humanoids) – MPLS Sound is the ultimate love letter to the legendary Minneapolis funk-rock sound of the 1980s.

Non-Stop Spider-Man #2 (Marvel) – The first issue was full of action and excitement and we’re excited to see if it can keep it up.

Phantom on the Scan #1 (AfterShock) – A comment gives Matthew incredible psychic powers but those who gained similar powers are all dying in horrible ways.

Proctor Valley Road #2 (BOOM! Studios) – The first issue was full of mystery and has us returning to see what happens when the group of girls is blamed for the disappearance of their friends.

Scout’s Honor #4 (AfterShock) – A great series that’s been building its world while telling an engaging and exciting story. No idea where it’s all going but we want to find out!

Spider-Man: Spider’s Shadow #1 (Marvel) – What if Peter Parker became Venom? By Chip Zdarsky, Pasqual Ferry, and Matt Hollingsworth? Yeah, we’re in.

The Tankies (Dead Reckoning) – Garth Ennis’ latest collection of war comics!

Undone By Blood or the Other Side of Eden #2 (AfterShock) – It’s a crime comic set during the Depression. Yeah, we’re in for this one.

White Lily #2 (Red 5 Comics) – Based on the real Russian pilot during World War II. She was one of the best of the time!

Preview: MPLS Sound

MPLS Sound

(W) Joseph Illidge, Hannibal Tabu (A) Meredith Laxton (CA) Jen Bartel
In Shops: Apr 14, 2021
SRP: $19.99

Theresa Booker was hardly the first singer-songwriter to be inspired by His Royal Badness-but she was the most determined.

Minneapolis, 1982. Dozens of young bands, playing day and night in bars and clubs across the city, dream of being noticed by the musical genius Prince, revered as a guru and a powerbroker. But when Theresa and her band, Starchild, are offered the opportunity of a lifetime-to be taken in and mentored by their idol-they soon find that there’s a dark side to fame and fortune that could turn their dream into a nightmare.

MPLS Sound is the ultimate love letter to the legendary Minneapolis funk-rock sound of the 1980s.

MPLS Sound

ComiXology Has Your New Comic Needs With Over 125 New Digital Comics

Beta Ray Bill #1

Today’s new comic book day and comiXology has you covered with your digital comic new releases. Check out the new releases by the publisher below or get shopping now!

A Wave Blue World

AAM-Markosia

Ablaze

AfterShock

American Mythology Productions

Archie Comics

AWA Studios

BOOM! Studios

comiXology Submit

Dark Horse Comics

DC Comics

DC Thomson

Dynamite Entertainment

Harlequin

Humanoids

IDW Publishing/Top Shelf

Image Comics

Kingstone Comics

Marvel

Oni Press

Papercutz

Tidalwave Productions

Titan Comics

Vault Comics

Zenescope


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Today’s New Digital Releases Features Over 50 New Comics from DC, Yen Press, Kodansha, and More!

The Other Side of the DC Universe #3

It’s one of two new comic book days! ComiXology has your digital needs covered with over 50 new comics available right now. Start shopping or check out the releases by the publisher below.

Abrams Amulet Books

Andrews McMeel

AWA Studios

comiXology Originals

Compass Inc.

DC Comics

Drawn and Quarterly

Fantagraphics

Harlequin

Humanoids

Kodansha

la Boîte à Bulles

Les Humanoïdes Associés

Seven Seas

Yen Press


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There’s 14 New Digital Comics to Choose from on ComiXology

Today’s a rather packed Thursday for comiXology with 14 new comics to choose from. You can get new comics from Marvel, Yen Press, Harlequin, Les Humanoïdes Associés, and Humanoids. Start shopping now or check out the issues below!

Barbarella: Intégrale numérique

Written by Jean-Claude Forest
Art by Jean-Claude Forest
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Les aventures de l’affriolante Barbarella, terrienne en exil qui explore les planètes les plus éloignées de la galaxie. 1 VOLUME PARU – HISTOIRES INDÉPENDANTES. L’oeuvre mythique des années 60 enfin rééditée ! Créée en 1964, Barbarella bouleverse le monde de la bande dessinée et scandalise dès sa parution. Fer de lance de la bande dessinée adulte et de genre, l’oeuvre est censurée. À l’heure de la libération sexuelle, les traits sensuels et l’érotisme que dégage l’héroïne éponyme ne laissent en effet aucun lecteur indifférent. L’image de la femme dans la bande dessinée, jusqu’alors le plus souvent cantonnée à des rôles de figurante asexuée, explose donc avec Barbarella, qui ouvre la voie vers une bande dessinée adulte et libérée. Rapidement devenu une référence, l’oeuvre était introuvable depuis de nombreuses années.

Barbarella: Intégrale numérique

Captain America Vol. 3: Ice

Written by Chuck Austen, John Ney Rieber
Art by Jae Lee
Cover by John Cassaday
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Collects Captain America (2002) #12-16.

For decades World War 2 super-soldier Captain America lay in frozen suspended animation, encased in ice, until he was revived in the modern world to again take his post as protector of the Red, White and Blue. But when a mysterious package arrives at his door and he crosses paths with a shadowy new villain named The Interrogator, Captain America learns everything about his past, his memories, and himself may not be what it seems!

Captain America Vol. 3: Ice

Captain America Vol. 4: Captain America Lives Again

Written by Dave Gibbons
Art by Lee Weeks
Cover by Gene Ha
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Collects Captain America (2002) #17-20, Tales of Suspense #66.

WATCHMEN’s Dave Gibbons writes this special story in classic Cap fashion – featuring two-fisted adventure, wall-to-wall action and scheming Nazis! Captain America finds himself in a nightmare New York City renamed “New Berlin,” following the Nazis victory in WWII. Joining brave resistance fighters with strange but familiar faces like Ben Grimm, Peter Parker and Professor Reed Richards, Cap must find out how history has been altered and the world changed from everything he once knew to everything he’s fought against, and what does the Nazis’ mysterious & terrifying ultimate weapon have to do with it?

Captain America Vol. 4: Captain America Lives Again

Captain America Vol. 5: Homeland

Written by Robert Morales
Art by Chris Bachalo
Cover by Dave Johnson
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Collects Captain America (2002) #21-28.

In a story ripped from today’s headlines, the U.S. government taps Cap to embark on what might be his most life-changing mission ever – to serve on a military tribunal being held for a foreign antiwar activist charged with supporting terrorist actions against the U.S.! Cap’s involvement leads him to discover the existence of militant fringe groups planning a legislative overthrow of the United States government. But an even more startling discovery for this true American patriot is millions of disenfranchised citizens who feel abandoned and neglected by both major political parties.

Captain America Vol. 5: Homeland

Captain Marvel Vol. 1: Nothing To Lose

Written by Peter David
Art by ChrisCross, Paco Medina, Ivan Reis
Cover by ChrisCross
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Collects Captain Marvel (2002) #1-6.

He is the son of Mar-Vell, once the greatest warrior the galaxy had ever known. Spawned in a test tube and prematurely aged to maturity, Genis now struggles to fill the boots of his late father–the boots of Captain Marvel. Therein lies the problem. For Genis has inherited his father’s greatest gift, the ability of Cosmic Awareness, a oneness with the universe that allows him to know what will happen, what may happen, and what should happen to every living thing in the universe. You might think such knowledge would drive a person mad… and you’d be right.

Captain Marvel Vol. 1: Nothing To Lose

Crusades: Intégrale numérique

Written by Izu, Nikolavitch
Art by Zhang Xiaoyu
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Une plongée stupéfiante au temps des croisades, avec cette aventure qui mêle science-fiction, horreur et histoire. 1 VOLUME PARU – HISTOIRES INDÉPENDANTES. Vingt-cinq ans ont passé depuis l’échec de la Cinquième Croisade, anéantie par la peste en 1221. Guillaume de Sonnac, Chevalier du Temple, enquête au sein d’une Commission créée par le Pape Grégoire IX, sur les raisons réelles de l’échec des Croisés. Tout le porte à croire en effet que cette histoire de peste n’a été qu’un écran de fumée, destiné à dissimuler un drame auquel semblent mêlées d’étranges et dangereuses créatures tapies dans les catacombes de la cité. Pour percer le secret de ces « spectres aux yeux d’argent », Guillaume de Sonnac réunit quelques hommes de confiance. Ils vont découvrir une vérité qui dépassera de très loin leurs suppositions les plus folles et leurs craintes les plus irraisonnées.

Crusades: Intégrale numérique

Goblin Slayer #58

Written by Kumo Kagyu
Art by Kousuke Kurose
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This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality gore

Priestess and Wizard Boy (reluctantly) agree to team up, and a party of adventurers meet a nasty surprise… Read the next chapter of Goblin Slayer the same day as Japan!

Goblin Slayer #58

Le patron célibataire

Written by Pamela Ingrahm
Art by Masaru Urakawa
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Madalyn est une mère célibataire en recherche d’emploi. C’est Philip, le patron qui lui fait passer son premier entretien d’embauche. Un entretien avec le patron lui-même ! Face à son CV et son envie d’en découdre, Philip embauche Madalyn comme secrétaire personnelle. Il a beau avoir des allures de prince, au travail c’est un vrai démon. Il a tout de même des petites attentions pour Madalyn, qui fait de son mieux pour travailler et élever sa fille. C’est ce caractère doux, en plus de son apparence séduisante, qui va faire chavirer le coeur de Madalyn, qui ne connait pas la vraie raison de son embauche…

Le patron célibataire

Rendezvous With Revenge

Written by Miranda Lee
Art by Mayu Takayama
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Abby works as a receptionist at a clinic for an orthopedic surgeon named Ethan. Being betrayed by a former lover has given her a distrust towards men, but for some reason, Ethan also holds a disgust towards women. One day, he asks her to accompany her on a trip…and offers to pay her to pretend to be his lover. Without thinking, she instinctively turns him down. However, something unforeseen happens. Her beloved teacher is the victim of a robbery and has lost a huge sum of money. Her desire to help leads her to her decision. She will accept Ethan’s offer. She never thought that she would have her heart stolen once again…

Rendezvous With Revenge

Hinowa ga CRUSH! #40

Written by Takahiro
Art by Strelka
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This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality

Hinowa’s best efforts to recruit Rugyou aren’t going well. Will she be able to find the key to persuade him…? Read the next chapter of Hinowa ga CRUSH! the same day as Japan!

Hinowa ga CRUSH! #40

Jaemon: Intégrale numérique

Written by Alain Paris
Art by Notaro, Val, Saverio Tenuta
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Une saga d’héroic fantasy dans le territoire mythique d’Antarcie, avant la période glaciaire. 1 VOLUME PARU – HISTOIRES INDÉPENDANTES. Douze mille ans avant notre ère, sur le continent Antarctique encore libre de glaces, une civilisation florissante, à la fois barbare et raffinée est soumise aux règles de la magie. Jaemon, le bâtard du roi et d’une favorite, porte la Marque des Atlantes. Lorsque la Première Dame le condamne à mort, un étrange personnage, Sozer, déjoue le complot et emporte l’enfant…. L’ALBUM : L’intégrale de la série, en édition limitée et à prix réduit, à l’occasion des 40 ans des Humanoïdes Associés.

Jaemon: Intégrale numérique

L’Autoroute sauvage: Intégrale numérique

Written by Mathieu Masmondet
Art by Zhang Xiaoyu
Colored by Zhang Xiaoyu
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Pour survivre aux dangers de la France post-apocalyptique, Mo a fait le choix de voyager. Seul. Mais sa route croise celle d’Hélène, une jeune femme qui cherche à atteindre Paris…. 1 VOLUME PARU – HISTOIRES INDÉPENDANTES. Le monde d’aujourd’hui n’est plus. Au milieu des décombres de notre époque, les hommes évoluent dans un environnement sauvage et menaçant, où la survie a pris le pas sur l’humanité. Certains forment de petites communautés, on les appelle les Groupés. Les autres suivent leurs chemins seuls et prennent le nom de Solitaires. C’est le cas de Mo, imposant et taciturne, qui parcourt l’autoroute au rythme des saisons. Lorsque celui-ci sauve Hélène d’une bande de pillards, tous deux poursuivent leur route ensemble, unissant leurs destinées….

L'Autoroute sauvage: Intégrale numérique

Monsieur Jean Vol. 1: Love and Concierge

Written by Charles Berberian, Philippe Dupuy
Art by Charles Berberian, Philippe Dupuy
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The charming and humorous adventures of a handsome Parisian novelist, as recounted with a uniquely European sensibility. PUBLICATION IN 5 VOLUMES – COMPLETED WORK. Monsieur Jean is a young writer whose everyday life and its inescapable existential woes are comedically told by the talented team of Dupuy & Berberian, winners of the 2008 Grand Prix de la ville d’Angoulême. Whether it’s the unexpected visit of an old friend, a trip to his in-laws, the arrival of a child, the frustrations of writer’s block, or even dealing with his moody landlady, Monsieur Jean’s life and times all share a tenderness and a dash of irony. A series full of the nostalgia and droll absurdity that invariably come with adulthood.

Monsieur Jean Vol. 1: Love and Concierge

Monsieur Jean Vol. 2: Insomnia

Written by Charles Berberian, Philippe Dupuy
Art by Charles Berberian, Philippe Dupuy
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The charming and humorous adventures of a handsome Parisian novelist, as recounted with a uniquely European sensibility. PUBLICATION IN 5 VOLUMES – COMPLETED WORK. Monsieur Jean is a young writer whose everyday life and its inescapable existential woes are comedically told by the talented team of Dupuy & Berberian, winners of the 2008 Grand Prix de la ville d’Angoulême. Whether it’s the unexpected visit of an old friend, a trip to his in-laws, the arrival of a child, the frustrations of writer’s block, or even dealing with his moody landlady, Monsieur Jean’s life and times all share a tenderness and a dash of irony. A series full of the nostalgia and droll absurdity that invariably come with adulthood.

Monsieur Jean Vol. 2: Insomnia

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Today sees More than 100 New Digital Releases from Marvel, BOOM!, Image, IDW, and More!

Alien #1

Today’s new comic book day and there are over 100 new comics for you to get right now. There’s something for everyone so get shopping or check out the individual releases by the publisher below.

Ablaze

AfterShock

American Mythology Productions

Archie Comics

AWA Studios

BOOM! Studios

Comicraft

comiXology Submit

Dark Horse

DC Comics

Dynamite Entertainment

Harlequin

Humanoids

IDW Publishing

Image Comics

Kingstone Comics

Marvel

Oni Press

Titan Comics

Zenescope


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