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Preview: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #20

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #20

Ian Flynn (w) • Dave Wachter (a) • Freddie E. Williams II (c)

“Service Animals,” Part 2 of 2. Raphael and Alopex are trapped in Null Industries and face brand-new enemies that force them to question their future!

FC • 32 pages • $4.99

Preview: Samurai Jack: Quantum Jack #5

Samurai Jack: Quantum Jack #5

Story: Fabian Rangel, Jr. Art: Warwick Johnson-Cadwell Cover: Michael Avon Oeming
Color: Hannah Templer Letterer: Corey Been
Production Design: Neil Uyetake
Editor: Joe Hughes, Carlos Guzman Assistant Editor: Peter Behravesh, David Mariotte

This is it! The mystery of how and why Jack has been stranded in time is finally revealed! But will that information be enough to save him? And when, or how, will he ever get home?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Preview: Rick Veitch’s The One #2

Rick Veitch’s The One #2

Story: Rick Veitch Art: Rick Veitch Cover: Rick Veitch
Color: Kirby Veitch
Editor: Scott Dunbier

Waking from the Big Sleep, our post-nuclear family has a mysterious houseguest called The One. But when his ancient nemesis appears, they find themselves ensnared in a cosmic conflict of unimaginable proportions. Meanwhile, with all atomic weapons disabled by The Double, the American military unveils their long-secret super-soldier project… and then the Soviet military fast-tracks its own program based on untested Nazi Übermensch technology.

FC • 40 pages • $4.99

Preview: DuckTales #7

DuckTales #7

Story: Joe Caramagna Art: Luca Usai, Antonello Dalena, Andrea Geppi, Gianfranco Florio, Michela Frare Cover: Marco Ghiglione
Color: Kawaii Studio, Giuseppe Fontana Letterer: Tom B. Long
Editor: Joe Hughes

Left alone in the McDuck mansion, the kids face their most difficult challenge yet: Fooling a risk assessor from an insurance company! And to teach Louie a lesson about hard work, Scrooge shows him his latest investment: A Ghost Town!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Preview: Back to the Future: Tales from the Time Train #3

Back to the Future: Tales from the Time Train #3

Story: Bob Gale, John Barber Art: Megan Levens
Color: Charlie Kirchoff Letterer: Shawn Lee
Editor: Denton J. Tipton Editorial Assistant: Chase Marotz

Doc and family venture deeper into the 1939 World’s Fair as a case of mistaken identity leads one member of the Brown clan to unexpected luxury. Meanwhile, a pair of German spies have their sights set on Doc—but will he realize the danger in time?!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Wednesdays 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 are choosing up to five books and why they’re choosing the books. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look!

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

Betrothed #1 (AfterShock Comics) – Sean Lewis and Steve Uy’s new series and those creators alone have us excited. The concept is out there involving two individuals who each lead an army at war with each other but when they turn eighteen they either need to get married or fight to the death.

Come Into Me #1 (Black Mask Studio) – A new horror series about body image, social media, and memory. Sounds interesting to us!

Eternity Girl #1 (DC Comics/DC’s Young Animal) – The teasers in “Milk Wars” got us amped up and we were already excited about this new series from Magdalene Visaggio and Sonny Liew.

Ghost Money #8 (Lion Forge Comics) – You probably have been missing this series about all of the money terrorists made from 9/11. Really interesting stuff that reads like the best thrillers.

Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #1 (IDW Publishing) – When the containment unit empties, who you gonna call? Every Ghostbuster in every dimension. Sounds like fun!

Infidel #1 (Image Comics) – Fantastic psychological horror with a religious twist.

Mister Miracle #7 (DC Comics) – A fantastic issue that picks up after the shocking end of the last one. Great humor to it as Mister Miracle and Barda have their kid!

New Mutants: Dead Souls #1 (Marvel) – New Mutants… we’re in.

Puerto Rico Strong (Lion Forge Comics) – A charity anthology to raise money for the people of Puerto Rico. A mix of education and entertainment and a must get.

Star Wars: Thrawn #2 (Marvel) – The rise of Thrawn!!! Adapting the books, it’s a must for Star Wars fans.


Preview: Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #1

Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #1

Story: Erik Burnham Art: Dan Schoening
Color: Luis Antonio Delgado Letterer: Robbie Robins and Tom B. Long
Editor: Tom Waltz Assistant Editor: Chase Martoz

For a while now, the original Ghostbusters have had access to an interdimensional portal that has given them all-new ways to research the paranormal and consult with Ghostbusters throughout the multiverse… but they haven’t shared this tech with any of those other Ghostbusters, and some don’t think that’s fair. That’s why, after a chance meeting, Jillian Holtzmann and Ron Alexander have decided to right this wrong and cobble together their own working portal… which unintentionally unleashes the contents of the Ghostbusters’ Containment Unit! That’s a lot of ghosts, and it’s going to take a lot of Ghostbusters to recapture them. In fact, it’s going to take ALL of them. Crossing Over starts here!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Preview: Transformers: Lost Light #16

Transformers: Lost Light #16

Story: James Roberts Art: Jack Lawrence
Color: Joana Lafuente Letterer: Tom B. Long
Editor: David Mariotte

ALL GOOD THINGS…! Rodimus and the Crusadercons have reached their final destination. The trouble is, it’s not Cyberutopia. In fact, it’s not ANYWHERE. But they’d better get used to it, because they’re going to be there until the end of Time…

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

John Byrne’s Iconic X-Men Run To Receive Artifact Edition Treatment in July

One of the most requested Artist’s Edition-style books is finally on its way – John Byrne’s X-Men Artifact EditionJohn Byrne, thought by many to be the quintessential X-Men artist, began his legendary run on the title with issue #108 in 1977. Already a major hit in the Marvel Universe, Byrne, along with his co-creators Chris Claremont and Terry Austin, brought the    X-Men to the highest levels of popularity. To this day their run on the X-Men is one of the most fondly remembered series’ ever published by Marvel Comics.

Now IDW Publishing is proud to present John Byrne’s X-Men Artifact Edition, a gorgeous 12” x 17” Artist’s Edition style book featuring more than 100 pages of Byrne’s X-Men work, each and every one scanned from the rare and valuable original art. The only way you could have a better look at these originals would be if you were sitting next to Byrne as he was drawing them!

IDW’s Artist’s Editions have been praised for their beauty and meticulous attention to detail, they have won five prestigious Eisner Awards to date. John Byrne’s X-Men Artifact Edition will arrive in July.

Preview: Skylanders Quarterly—Spyro & Friends: Biting Back

Skylanders Quarterly—Spyro & Friends: Biting Back

Story: Ron Marz, David A. Rodriguez
Art: Jack Lawrence, Aurelio Mazzara Cover: David Baldeón
Color: Ander Zarate, Tom Farm Letterer: Deron Bennett, Tom B. Long Ink: Gaetano Petrigno
Editor: David Hedgecock Assistant Editor: Peter Adrian Behravesh Production: Christa Miesner

Spyro and Rollerball skirmish with a Drow battalion and encounter a strange new team of armored enemies with incredible powers! Plus, the madness reaches a conclusion in “Mirror, Mirror” Part 3, as Spyro and Kaos try to reverse their mind-swap!

FC • 48 pages • $4.99

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