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Preview: Firefly #10

Firefly #10

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Greg Pak
Artist: Dan McDaid
Colorist: Joana Lafuente
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Cover Artists:  
Main Cover: Lee Garbett
Preorder Cover: Joe Quinones
Incentive Cover: Rahzzah
Unlocked Retailer Variant: Will Sliney

REVOLUTION! Zoe has finally returned with a Browncoat army to save Mal and depose Boss Moon. But a lot has changed since she left—and she has no way to know that Mal and Boss Moon are allies, bound by mutual respect. With the Browncoats taking over the planet, Mal and Boss Moon must choose a side to try to prevent all out war. Will their newfound respect for each other save the planet…or doom it?

Firefly #10

Preview: Coda Vol. 3 SC

Coda Vol. 3 SC

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Simon Spurrier
Artist: Matías Bergara
Colorist: Michael Doig
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Cover Artist: Matías Bergara
Price: $14.99

2019 Eisner Award Nominee!

Hum is at rock bottom. His estranged wife has left him for good. He’s stuck in the middle of the harsh desert wastelands. And he’s even been abandoned by his mutant unicorn. But just as the world saw another tomorrow after the disastrous Quench…life goes on. Now, the former bard must discover for himself what it means to live—to truly live—in a broken fantasy.

Written by Eisner Award-nominated author Simon Spurrier (Sandman Universe, Star Wars) and beautifully illustrated by artist Matías Bergara (Supergirl, Cannibal), Coda Volume Three concludes the critically-acclaimed series that siphons the best of the dystopian fantasy genre into an engaging, emotional tale.

Collects Coda issues 9-12.

Coda Vol. 3 SC

NYCC 2019: AferShock Grapples with MMA in Kill A Man from Steve Orlando, Phillip Kennedy Johnson, Alec Morgan, and Jim Campbell

At New York Comic Con, AfterShock announced Kill A Man, a brand new original graphic novel from writers Steve Orlando and Phillip Kennedy Johnson featuring art by Alec Morgan and lettering by Jim Campbell.

In the early days of Mixed Martial Arts, kickboxer icon DJ Bellyi slurs a queer opponent in the ring, and is beaten to death while his young son James watches in horror from the stands.

Sixteen years later, young James Bellyi has become an MMA star in his own right, with top-tier endorsements and an imminent title shot. But when James is outed as gay by an opponent in a press conference, he loses everything: his title shot, his fans, his team, even his family. To fight his way back, he turns to the only one left in the world willing to train him: Xavier Mayne, the man who killed his father.

The graphic novel will be released in two oversized 60-page volumes. Kill A Man is out early summer 2020.

Kill A Man

Review: Thanos: The Infinity Ending

Jim Starlin wraps up his latest Thanos epic, his final work with Marvel.

Story: Jim Starlin
Art: Alan Davis
Color: Jim Campbell
Ink: Mark Farmer
Letterer: Clayton Cowles

Get your copy in comic shops and book stores now! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.


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Preview: Over The Garden Wall: Circus Friends OGN Vol. 2 SC

Over The Garden Wall: Circus Friends OGN Vol. 2 SC

Publisher: KaBOOM! an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer:  Jonathan Case
Artist: John Golden
Colorist: SJ Miller
Letterer: Mike Fiorentino
Cover Artist:
Jim Campbell
Price: $14.99

It’s not all laughter and peanuts for Wirt, Greg, and Beatrice when they stumble upon a circus in the Unknown. What starts as good fun quickly becomes a dangerous situation when the Ringmaster sets his eyes on Beatrice to be his next star attraction. 

Wirt and Greg must work together with past-his-prime Strongman Frederico and down-in-the-dumps clown Paola to infiltrate the circus and rescue Beatrice.

Join Eisner Award-winning writer Jonathan Case (Before Tomorrowland) and newcomer artist John Golden (Boneman) as the Eisner Award-winning Over the Garden Wall series continues its journey into the Unknown with this all-new original story!

Preview: Giant Days Vol. 11 SC

Giant Days Vol. 11 SC

Publisher: BOOM! Box, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer:  John Allison
Artist: Max Sarin
Colorist: Whitney Cogar
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Cover Artist:
Max Sarin
Price: $14.99

The third (and final!) year of university is finally here, and BFFs Daisy, Esther, and Susan are in for some surprising upsets in their first semester. Between Halloween run-ins with Daisy’s dreaded (dreadful) ex, part-time gigs at a shady pop-up Christmas market, Esther dating a tech-bro, and Susan attempting to be…romantic, there’s still plenty to learn and more than enough misadventure to squeeze in before it’s time to don caps and gowns!

Written by John Allison (Scary Go Round, By Night) and illustrated by the incredible Max Sarin, Giant Days volume 11 kicks off third year with a bang, collecting issues #41-44 of the Eisner Award-nominated series.

Preview: WWE Smackdown #1

WWE Smackdown #1

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Kevin Panetta
Artist: Kendall Goode
Colorists: Serg Acuña & Danny Sáanches Chaves
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Cover Artist: Xermánico
Price: $4.99

Becky Lynch, The Man, is ready to be part of the new Friday Night Smackdown. As she prepares for the big moment, Becky finds herself in a backstage adventure, encountering WWE Legends; Undertaker, the Hardy Boyz, Kurt Angle, and others, side by side with the current Smackdown Roster.

Join Becky Lynch backstage of WWE SMACKDOWN as she explores the best that WWE has to offer!

Featuring a super-sized 25 page story from Kevin Panetta (WWE) and Kendall Goode (WWE: Undertaker), this will have you ready for the premiere of Smackdown Live! on FOX, October 4.

WWE Smackdown #1

The Plot #1 Has Sold Out Before Release

The Plot is the first series in Nightfall, Vault‘s annual, autumnal horror imprint. The first issue has sold out at the distributor and is being rushed back to print. The second print will hit store shelves on October 30th, 2019, the same day as The Plot #2,  and will come with a new Vault Vintage cover by Joshua Hixson and Tim Daniel.

When Chase Blaine’s estranged brother and sister-in-law are murdered, he becomes guardian to McKenzie and Zach, the niece and nephew he hardly knows. Seeking stability for the children, Chase moves his newly formed family to his ancestral home in Cape Augusta… which overlooks a deep, black bogland teeming with family secrets.

The Plot #1 is written by Michael Moreci and Tim Daniel, art by Joshua Hixson, colors by Jordan Boyd, letters by Jim Campbell, and designed by Daniel. The 2nd printing cover is by Hixson and Daniel.

Review: Spooky Girls: Tarantula Twins #1

Spooky Girls: Tarantula Twins #1

Growing up, you tend to be drawn to people who you have something in common with. You may have interests that they do and vice versa.I’m still friends with everyone I grew up with. As we get older sometimes we lose touch but we always find each other again. As I get older, this cable tow of friends has grown exponentially.

When you go to high school, this is typically your first exposure to the class system. This is when you first see how people climb the social ladder while others find their own way. In the debut issue of Spooky Girls: Tarantula Twins, we find two siblings whose bond is tested once the social rigors of high school come into play.

Tawny and Temple Tarantula are a set of twins whose love for each other is tougher than it looks. That’s until they start to grow up and the differences between them become even more apparent. We finally see the girls as they turn 17. Tawny has become a bit of a bad apple and her smoking habits have started to annoy Temple who is a bit of a nerd and is secretly working on a formula for synthetic Euphoria. When Tawny’s friends find out, they steal her only bottle of the formula and try to get inebriated from this. From there’s it’s lessons on sisterhood and friendship.

Writer Pat Shand and company more than prove with this comic just how their storytelling skills can transcend any age group. The story by Shand is relatable, funny, and heartfelt. The art by the creative team is soulful and complements the story. Altogether, a comic that will make you remember that loves conquers all.

Story: Pat Shand
Art: Agny Innocente, Jim Campbell,
and Shannon Lee
Story: 10 Art: 9.6 Overall: 9.7 Recommendation: Buy

Preview: Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance #1

Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance #1

Publisher: Archaia, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Nicole Andelfinger
Artist: Matias Basla
:  Miquel Muerto
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Cover Artists:  

    Main Cover: Mona Finden
    Variant Cover: Kelly and Nichole Matthews
Price: $3.99


Based on a story by Jim Henson’s Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance series writers, Will Matthews & Jeffery Addiss, Nicole Andelfinger (Lumberjanes) and Matias Basla (Sparrowhawk) present an official tie-into the next chapter of the pop culture phenomenon, now streaming on Netflix.

Return to another world, another time…in the age of wonder. The great warrior Ordon is sent on a quest to retrieve the mythical weapon that promises to save his people. His only ally is Fara, the future leader of the Stonewood clan. Together, they must find the Dual Glaive before their entire way of life is destroyed.

Jim Henson's The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance #1
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