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Preview: Robotech #14


Writer: Simon Furman
Artist: Hendry Prasetya
Cover A: James Stokoe
Cover B: Action Figure Variant
Cover C: Gary G
Publisher: Titan Comics
FC, 32pp, $3.99, On sale: November 14, 2018

Year Two of the radical Robotech reimagining! Lisa Hayes wants the truth behind the SDF-1’s exile from Earth – and Roy Fokker has a secret agenda all his own!

The classic sci-fi anime, reborn in the hands of legendary Transformers writer Simon Furman and Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers artist Hendry Prasetya!

Preview: Venom Annual #1

Venom Annual #1

(W) Donny Cates, David Micheline, Jeff Loveness, James Stokoe (A) Tigh Walker, Kev Walker, Ron Lim, James Stokoe (CA) Paulo Siqueira
Rated T
In Shops: Oct 17, 2018
SRP: $4.99

For the first time in Marvel history, the Wicked Webslinger called VENOM gets his very own Annual! This one features a few walks down memory lane from some of the best creators in comics today — and even a few surprise guests from Venom’s past! Serving as a great jumping on point for readers new and old, this is one issue of VENOM you can’t afford to miss!

Preview: Eclipse #9


Writer: Zack Kaplan
Artist / Cover B & C: Giovanni Timpano
Cover A: James Stokoe
Letter Art: Troy Peteri
Color Art: Flavio Dispenza

NEW STORY ARC In a world where sunlight is deadly, former solar engineer David Baxter rushes to escape back into New York City before sunrise, while Cielo Brandt, daughter of a corrupt solar tycoon, searches for the mysterious Scientist responsible for an immunity to dangerous sunlight—a Scientist with his own plans in mind.

Preview: 2021: Lost Children #1


Writer Stéphane Betbeder
Artist Stéphane Bervas
Cover A: James Stokoe
Cover B: French Book Cover
Cover C: James Stokoe Black and White Variant ​
Fc, 56pp, $5.99, On Sale May 30, 2018

It’s 2021. Detroit Has Seceded From The United States And Its Citizens Are Under The Control Of A Madman With Extraordinary Abilities. The Only Hope Of Retaking The City Lies With Four Superpowered Children.

But Their Powers Come With A Price – Using Them Means Aging Prematurely. Can They Save The City Before Their Powers Use Up Their Lives?

Preview: Under: Scourge of the Sewer #2


​Writer: ​Christophe Bec
​Artist: ​Stefano Raffaele
Cover A: James Stokoe
​Publisher: Titan Comics
FC – $5.99 – ​On sale: January 17, 2018

Some people bury their secrets underground. In Megalopolis, the dirt​ ​flows into the sewers. LT​ ​Wilson Jericho, disgraced from his position​ ​above ground and now an officer in the sewer police, thinks he knows​ ​everything there is to know about what lies beneath. But scientist​ ​Sandra​ ​Yeatman is determined to discover the truth behind the legends,​ ​and something is threatening to crawl out and rip the city apart…

Preview: Under: Scourge of the Sewers #1


Writer: Christophe Bec
Artist: Stefano Raffaele & Christian Favrelle
Cover A: James Stokoe
Cover B: Book Cover
Cover C: James Stokoe B&W Virgin Variant
Publisher: Titan Comics
FC – 64pp – $5.99 – On sale Date: December 13, 2017

Some people bury their secrets underground. In Megalopolis, the dirt flows into the sewers.

LT Wilson Jericho, disgraced from his position above ground and now an officer in the sewer police, thinks he knows everything there is to know about what lies beneath. But scientist Sandra Yeatman is determined to discover the truth behind the legends, and something is threatening to crawl out and rip the city apart…

Titan Comics Announces New Imprint – Statix Press!

From Michael Moorcock’s Elric, and Enki Bilal’s The Nikopol Trilogy, to Snowpiercer and The Death of Stalin, which inspired major movies, Titan Comics has led the way in high quality, innovative translated editions aimed at a US audience.

Now Titan Comics is proud to announce a brand-new international imprint: Statix Press! This exciting new line will showcase the best comics from Europe and around the globe.

With the new Statix Press line, Titan will continue their rich history of publishing English language versions of classic material such as Philippe Druillet’s Lone Sloane, and Alejandro Jodorowsky’ Showman Killer, while introducing audiences to fresh new creators and titles from the best international creators.

The first titles kicking-off the new Statix Press line are: Doctor RadarThe Beautiful DeathHercules: Wrath of the Heavens, and Under: Scourge of the Sewer.

Hitting stores November 22, 2017Doctor Radar is set in Paris during the roaring 1920’s, and sees a gentleman detective investigate a series of horrific deaths, all the while playing a deadly game with a mysterious criminal mastermind known only as Doctor Radar! Written by Noël Simsolo with art by BézíanDoctor Radar Issue #1 comes with a stunning cover by superstar artist Francesco Francavilla.

The Beautiful Death, a post-apocalyptic, coming-of-age mini-series, written and illustrated by Mathieu Bablet, asks the question – what does resistance mean when there’s nothing left to fight for? That’s what Wayne, Jeremiah, and Soham, the only survivors of a devastating alien invasion, struggle with – seeking a future that justifies their presence on a ruined world. Issue #1 arrives September 2017 and debuts with a special cover by iconic comic book creator Brandon Graham!

A bold new take of the Twelve Labors of Hercules, Hercules: Wrath of the Heavens by JDMorvan and Looky is a stunningly illustrated science fiction re-telling of the legend of Hercules, which debuted in August 2017. As war rages across the galactic frontier, Hercules – half-human, half-god super-soldier – faces his greatest enemy – his own demons – in a bid for truth and redemption. Issue #2 is due to hit comic stores in mid-September.

Then, on December 13, 2017 classic B-movie horror comes to comic book stores with Under: Scourge of the Sewer! In this new series, written by Christophe Bec with art by Stefano Raffaele and a cover by James Stokoe, some people bury their secrets underground. In Megalopolis, the filth flows into the sewers. Disgraced Lt. Wilson Jericho will soon discover something monstrous will be crawling out of the sewers to rip the city apart!

Statix Press will also showcase Titan’s vast back catalogue of translated comics from a variety of genres including superhero with The Chimera Brigade and Masked plus fantasy/science-fiction with Khaal, and World War X, alongside the dark comedy series Norman!

Retailers can order Doctor Radar from the current Diamond PREVIEWS catalogue, and Under: Scourge of the Sewers from the upcoming October Diamond PREVIEWS catalog.

Review: Aliens: Dead Orbit #2


Having narrowly escaped the deadly xenomorph, Wascylewski moves around the hold of the ship, wary of his terrifying pursuer. His reflexes are tested again—but this time, by a sudden, massive breach in the hull. Will he survive?

Written by James Stokoe, Aliens: Dead Orbit #2 reveals what caused Wascylewski’s current situation and how the Aliens got on board. He also manages to reveal some of the events that happened on the ship they found in the past. Given how cryptic some of the information they found is, begs a lot of questions. Yet one manages to stand out, will who that ship was working for show up?

The art style by Stokoe amps up the gore tremendously. Especially as the larva stage of the alien appears. He manages to show the sheer agony of the process in superb fashion. Yet it also manages to show the sheer distress of Wascylewski well as things continue to worsen.

Story: James Stokoe Art: James Stokoe
Story: 8.5 Art: 9.0 Overall: 8.75 Recommendation: Buy

Dark Horse Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Review: Aliens: Dead Orbit #1


After a horrific accident strikes a space station, an engineering officer must use all available tools—a timer, utility kit, and his wits—to survive an attack from the deadliest creature known to man.

Orc Stain creator James Stokoe pens a thrilling and claustrophobic Aliens story: Dead Orbit!

Aliens: Dead Orbit #1 features a strange beginning, and an even stranger ending. Yet, something tells me there is a lot of story that has not been revealed yet by writer James Stokoe. That set-up leaves the reader with many currently unanswerable questions?

The art, also by Stokoe, creates a dark atmosphere that merges horror and science fiction well. The art manages to amplify the feeling of desolation and hopelessness, things that are staples of a good Alien tale.

The story and art come together to create a superb atmosphere for what will be an interesting, and creepy tale.

Story: James Stokoe Art: James Stokoe
Story: 9.0 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.75 Recommendation: Buy

Dark Horse Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: Moon Knight #9

Moon Knight #9

(W) Jeff Lemire (A) Wilfredo Torres, Francesco Francavilla, James Stokoe (A/CA) Greg Smallwood
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 07, 2016
SRP: $3.99


The many iterations of Marc Spector converge! In the clash of personalities, who will emerge victorious?!


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