(W) N.K. Jemisin (A/CA) Jamal Campbell In Shops: Mar 25, 2020 SRP: $3.99
The mysteries of Sojourner “Jo” Mullein’s origins and her recruitment into the Green Lantern Corps are finally revealed. Meanwhile, Jo’s attempt to “follow the money” is complicated when she discovers the City Enduring’s form of cryptocurrency is mined by an underclass of artificial lifeforms.
Publisher: BOOM! Studios Writer: Ryan Parrott Artist: Daniele di Nicuolo Colorist: Walter Baiamonte, with Katia Ranalli Letterer: Ed Dukeshire Cover Artists: Main Cover: Jamal Campbell Foil Cover: Goñi Montes Incentive Cover: Kris Anka Unlocked Retailer Variant: Dan Mora Price: $3.99
NECESSARY EVIL CONTINUES! The Power Rangers are outnumbered! Even with THE OMEGA RANGERS and the POWER RANGERS reunited again, the Anointed have them surrounded. Will the arrival of an old friend—and an older enemy—turn the tide in this battle?
Knowing that you are living on borrowed time is a prescient situation for most of us. Throughout my life, there have been some close calls. Growing up in New York City, depending on where you live, your life may have an expiration date. Definitely, when I was in the military, I have been on some missions where I felt that power of attorney I signed was for a good reason.
In recent news, the death of Kobe Bryant has caused many people in my age group to question our own mortality. His death has shown all of us just how swift and arbitrary death is. Truly no one is promised one more second than is allotted each of us. In the 2.1 issue of The Immortal Nadia Greene, we find Nadia at the age of 22 still proving to be elusive to the Reapers
We find Hermes trying to talk down the other reapers including Odin, as he sees disaster looming by challenging Nadia. We also find Nadia and her friends sharing a lunch, actually enjoying life as young adults but in Purgatory, until they are interrupted by Reapers. As a fight between one of the mightiest reaper, Anubis and Nadia break out, one which Anubis uses to test Nadia’s skills. By chapter’s end, Morrigan intervenes and asks for Nadia’s help, for a bigger crisis.
Overall, an exciting second issue that continues our adventures with these wonderful characters. The story by Jamal Campbell is elating and well developed. The art by Campbell is stunning. Altogether, an installment which builds on the stellar debut issue.
Every day you live your life. You fight to live another day. Each moment is precious and every moment is fleeting. This fight becomes even more insurmountable when the world acts as if you don’t exist. As if your life doesn’t matter and concepts such as color blindness become more pervasive in fear of having these difficult conversations.
When it comes to those protected classes which have suffered indignities, the world rather shies away from these atrocities. This has never been clearer when it came to victim shaming in the #MeToo Movement. How would one battle, that very thing that looks to extinguish their light, and ultimately, their existence? In the debut issue of The Immortal Nadia Greene, we meet a hero who fights Death… quite literally.
We meet Nadia as she suffers in silence in a coma while her parents watch on in agony. Meanwhile, she experiences an out of body occurrence where she enters Limbo and meets Hel, a Reaper, and her guide to the underworld. Fast forward to fifteen-year-old Nadia, still in Limbo and a well-worn warrior who fights Reapers, much to their dismay. Nadia is not the only human in Limbo, as we meet her housemates, Jay and Hayley. By chapter’s end, Nadia faces a tribunal looking to remove her from Limbo, as she has broken the last straw with Hel.
Overall, an engaging debut issue that offers a complex world with diverse and immaculately crafted characters. The story by Jamal Campbell is exhilarating and smart. The art by Campbell is gorgeous. Altogether, a story that is unique and challenges genre norms in the most exciting ways.
(W) N.K. Jemisin (A/CA) Jamal Campbell In Shops: Feb 26, 2020 SRP: $3.99
With the so-called Peace Division firing upon the protesters it’s meant to protect, new Green Lantern Jo Mullein devises a novel solution to bring the chaos to a close-one that causes the rookie Lantern to run afoul of the City Enduring’s leadership council. Meanwhile, we learn more about Jo’s recruitment into the Green Lantern Corps, and the nature of her mysterious and unique power ring.
Written by N.K. Jemisin Interior and Cover art by Jamal Campbell In Shops: Feb 26, 2020
Writer N.K. Jemisin (the award-winning author of The Broken Earth and Inheritance science fiction trilogies) and artist Jamal Campbell (co-creator of Naomi) continue the story of Sojourner “Jo” Mullein when Far Sector #4 hits shelves on February 26, 2020. With the so-called Peace Division firing upon the protesters it’s meant to protect, new Green Lantern Jo Mullein devises a novel solution to bring the chaos to a close-one that causes the rookie Lantern to run afoul of the City Enduring’s leadership council.
Meanwhile, we learn more about Jo’s recruitment into the Green Lantern Corps, and the nature of her mysterious and unique power ring.
Publisher: BOOM! Studios Writer: Marguerite Bennett Artist: Simone di Meo Colorist: Walter Baiamonte Letterer: Ed Dukeshire Cover Artist: Jamal Campbell Price: $16.99
THE STUNNING CONCLUSION TO BEYOND THE GRID!
The Solar Rangers – an all-new Power Rangers team unlike any other – have defied the villainous Praetor and survived. But their victory may be short-lived, as deadly forces move to stop them from regaining their full powers and finding a way home. It’s the final battle between Solar Rangers and their deadliest enemy as the shocking truth behind the Praetor is revealed – and the fates of two galaxies hang in the balance.
The critically-acclaimed team of GLAAD Media Award nominated writer Marguerite Bennett (Batwoman, Animosity) and fan-favorite artists Simone Di Meo, with French Carlomagno, deliver a jaw-dropping conclusion to their Power Rangers epic.
Publisher: BOOM! Studios Writer: Ryan Parrott Artist: Daniele di Nicuolo Colorist: Walter Baiamonte Letterer: Ed Dukeshire Cover Artists: Main Cover: Jamal Campbell Foil Cover: Goñi Montes Incentive Cover: Kris Anka Unlocked Story Variant: Dan Mora Price: $3.99
NECESSARY EVIL CONTINUES! After a shocking betrayal, the Omega Rangers are forced to return to earth—and to reveal their identities to the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. But can either team of Power Rangers survive the truth?
(W) N.K. Jemisin (A/CA) Jamal Campbell In Shops: Jan 22, 2020 SRP: $3.99
DC’S YOUNG ANIMAL Protecting the City Enduring’s population of 20 billion aliens gets even harder when rookie Green Lantern Jo Mulein is thrust into the middle of a massive protest that’s about to get out of hand. What do the protesters want? The right to feel.
BOOM! Studios has revealed a new look at Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #47 by the all star team of acclaimed writer Ryan Parrott, ShatteredGrid artist Daniele di Nicuolo, colorist Walter Baiamonte, and letterer Ed Dukeshire, the essential next chapter in the epic Power Rangers event, Necessary Evil, arriving in January 22, 2020.
After a shocking betrayal, the Omega Rangers are forced to return to earth—and to reveal their identities to the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. But can either team of Power Rangers survive the truth?
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #47features a main cover by Jamal Campbell, as well as a special foil variant of the iconic Helmet Covers by fan favorite artist Goñi Montes, a collectible Trading Card variant cover by Kris Anka, an exclusive Story Variant cover written by Ryan Parrott and illustrated by Dan Mora, and more!
Now fans can collect each of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in a new set of Trading Card Variant covers, illustrated by Kris Anka and designed by Dylan Todd. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #47 cover by Anka features the Black Omega Ranger, Zack Taylor, in action on the front, and stats on the back cover, including team name, alias, and biography.
The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #47Story variant cover depicts the next essential chapter in an eleven-part series written by writer Ryan Parrott and illustrated by acclaimed artist Dan Mora, following the enigmatic, all-knowing Emissaries as they travel space and time, unearthing never-before-seen details of the immediate aftermath of the explosive events of Shattered Grid and changing the course of Mighty Morphin Power Rangerscomic history forever.