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Preview: Vengeance of Vampirella #24

Vengeance of Vampirella #24

writer: Tom Sniegoski
artist: Kewber Baal
covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Ben Oliver (B), Stephen Segovia (C) Rachel Hollon Cosplay Variant (D), Stephen Segovia (RI-E/Virgin), Rachel Hollon Cosplay Variant (RI-F/Virgin), Ben Oliver (RI-G/BW), Ben Oliver (RI-H/Tint)
FC | 32 pages | Horror | $3.99 | Teen+

The end is nigh! The penultimate issue of Tom Sniegoski’s triumphant return to the pages of Vampirella is here!

The Servants of the Danse have taken Jeannine, and in order to save her Vampirella must leave her place of solitude and travel to the mysterious walled city called Sepulchre where she will encounter the returned Danse Macabre—and a new purpose for her existence.

Featuring a continuing series of modern artistic masterpieces by Lucio Parrillo, Ben Oliver, Stephen Segovia and another incredible bit of phot cosplay!

Vengeance of Vampirella #24

Black Caravan and Scout Unleashes the Swamp Dogs

Black Caravan, the horror imprint of Scout Comics, has finally unleashed the Swamp Dogs on the world– and the world will never be the same again. The mystery campaign is over, and the cover of Swamp Dogs: House of Crows #1, by Robert Sammelin, has been revealed.

Swamp Dogs: House of Crows will jumpstart the Swamp Dogs universe. A 5 issue miniseries, it will introduce readers to the titular villains and the world which they are seeking to create. The book is a modern take that blends grindhouse, 70s and 80s horror, stoner comedies, cult classics, and midnight movies into one wild ride. The mini is a tight, funny, sexy, gory, horrific standalone story that is planned to lead into other ongoing titles, miniseries, and one-shots. It follows a budding lesbian couple and The Grunch, a goofy and fun-loving metal band, as they unwittingly stumble upon the SWAMP DOGS and their HOUSE OF CROWS.

Swamp Dogs: House of Crows Ashcan preview is now available. The first issue will be released in October 2021. Variants and exclusive covers, including by heavy metal artist Solo Macello, interior artist Kewber Baal, and Steve Wands’ (who also letters the series) first comic book cover, will be unveiled at a later date. Coloring the book is comic veteran Ruth Redmond. J.M. Brandt and Theo Prasidis will be co-writing the comic.

Swamp Dogs: House of Crows #1

Scout Comics Imprint Black Caravan announces new horror comic Swamp Dogs

Black Caravan, the sci-fi/horror imprint for Scout Comics, has signed a deal to publish Swamp Dogs. To help promote Swamp Dogs, Black Caravan is embarking on a mystery campaign leading up to the release of an ashcan comic July 2021. Black Caravan will be distributing bookmarks featuring teasers leading up to July. Bookmarks will be included in all subscription boxes for Scout Comics and Black Caravan, as well as being distributed to comic shops around the U.S. The cover of issue 1, as well as a plot synopsis, will be revealed in July.

Swamp Dogs will begin with a 5-issue miniseries. Following the miniseries, Swamp Dogs will tentatively continue in phases that will include multiple ongoing series, future minis, and standalone issues.

The creative team behind Swamp Dogs has been announced as well. Kewber Baal is illustrating the book. Coloring the book is comic veteran Ruth Redmond. Letterer Steve Wands is a comic industry veteran with over 1400 credits to his name. Covers are being illustrated by Robert Sammelin. J.M. Brandt and Theo Prasidis will be co-writing the comic.

Swamp Dogs

Preview: James Bond: Live & Let Die HC

James Bond: Live & Let Die HC

writers: Van Jensen, Ian Fleming
artist: Kewber Baal
cover: Fay Dalton
FC | 168 pages | Action/Adventure | Standard Edition: $24.99 | Teen +

In this second adaptation of the Fleming novels… Bond is sent to New York City to investigate “Mr. Big”, an agent of SMERSH and a criminal voodoo leader. With no time for superstition — and with the help of his colleague in the CIA, Felix Leiter, Bond tracks “Mr. Big” through the jazz joints of Harlem, to the everglades and on to the Caribbean, knowing that this criminal heavy hitter is a real threat. No one, not even the mysterious Solitaire, can be sure how their battle of wills is going to end…

James Bond: Live & Let Die HC

Preview: Bettie Page Unbound #7

Bettie Page Unbound #7

writer: David Avallone
artist: Kewber Baal
covers: John Royle (A), Scott Chantler (B), David Williams (C), Vincenzo Federici (D), Photo Cover (E)
Photo Cover (RI-Virgin), David Williams (RI-Virgin), Scott Chantler (RI-Virgin), Vincenzo Federici (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

A mysterious, invisible enemy is closing in on Model Agent Bettie Page, and she doesn’t know where to turn or who to trust. Can she infiltrate and expose this deadly conspiracy in time to save the world? The Invasion of the Bettie Snatchers continues!

Bettie Page Unbound #7

James Bond Plunges Into an Original Graphic Novel in February

Dynamite has announced a new original James Bond graphic novel for release in February, incorporating contributions from a cavalcade of writers and artists to celebrate the timelessness of the character and the countless talented creators who have brought him to comics.

James Bond in “Reflections of Death” is a 128 page hardcover of nonstop thrills and intrigue. Several Dynamite Bond veterans return for this tapestry, including Benjamin Percy, Andy Diggle, and Greg Pak and the writers of the December-launching new ongoing series, Vita Ayala and Danny Lore. Stars of both Dynamite and comics at large Gail Simone and Mark Russell join the team as well. Artists enlisted for the mission include Luca Casalanguida, Robert Carey, Jordi Perez, Dean Kotz, Eoin Marron, and Kewber Baal. All wrapped up in another beautiful noir and pulp flavored cover by Fay Dalton.

With a framing story Ayala and Lore, over 20 total creators will collaborate to contribute stories that both stand on their own and tie into an overarching narrative. The central figure through the anthology of case files is Moneypenny. She’s been kidnapped. and the mystery of her captors and their demands will only be revealed when, or if, 007 is able to complete his missions. While Moneypenny herself may have some surprises up her sleeve.

James Bond in "Reflections of Death"

Preview: Jennifer Blood Omnibus Vol 1 TP

Jennifer Blood Omnibus Vol 1 TP

writers: Garth Ennis, Al Ewing
artist: Adriano Batista, Kewber Baal, Eman Casallos, Marcos Marz
cover: Stephen Segovia
FC | 488 pages | $39.99 | Mature

Meet Jennifer Fellows, your average suburban housewife. Every day she makes breakfast, takes the kids to school, cleans the house, naps for an hour or two, makes dinner, puts the kids to bed, and kisses her husband goodnight then hopes the drugs she gave them in their dinner keep them asleep until morning. Meet Jennifer Blood, ruthless vigilante. Every night she stalks the underworld on a personal vendetta against organized crime, determined to obliterate the parasites and scum who run the city’s rackets.

But, can she keep her dual life separate? This suburban punisher is ready to be unleashed in a story that can only be told by the legendary Garth Ennis. Collects the first three volumes of the hit series (A Woman’s Work is Never Done, Beautiful People, and Neither Tarnished Nor Afraid) along with additional bonus material, sketches, cover gallery, and interview with Garth Ennis!

Jennifer Blood Omnibus Vol 1 TP

Preview: Jeepers Creepers TP

Jeepers Creepers TP

writer: Marc Andreyko
artist: Kewber Baal
cover: Kelley Jones
FC | 128 pages | $19.99 | Teen+

Grad student Devin Toulson is writing his dream thesis on Myths in American History, but when his research takes him on a journey reaching back centuries, Devin finds something horrifying. Something that crosses cultures, locations, and eras. Something that returns for a bloody feeding every 23 years. Will this young man’s investigation uncover simply an urban legend or will he come face to face with an immortal monster that has terrorized humanity from the shadows since man first walked the country?

Jeepers Creepers TP

Preview: Red Sonja Vol. 4 #21

Red Sonja Vol. 4 #21

writers: Amy Chu, Erik Burnham
artist: Carlos Gomez
covers: Sean Chen (A), Ben Caldwell (B), Kewber Baal (C), John Royle (D), Cosplay Cover (E-Sub)
Sean Chen (RI-B/W), Ben Caldwell (RI-Virgin), John Royle (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+

It’s the final battle against the forces of Sandak, the usurper of Skath’s castle! Lera’s secret is revealed to Sonja! Can the warrior Skath find redemption? Will the dark power of Kulan Gath’s amulet influence our heroes? And how does Sonja best a SHARK? Find out in the last chapter of THE BLADE OF SKATH!

Preview: Jeepers Creepers #5

Jeepers Creepers #5

writer: Marc Andreyko
artist: Kewber Baal
covers: Stuart Sayger (A), Kewber Baal (B), Kelley Jones (C)
Stuart Sayger (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+

It all started out as a thesis project, but, once Devon dug deep into the myths of the dragon man, he discovered truths that he wishes he had left alone! Devon’s quest has, literally, awakened a sleeping monster and now this young man comes face-to-face with the Creeper! What horrors will this immortal demon wreak? Does Devon have even a chance to survive?

Almost American
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