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Preview: Immortal X-Men #8

Immortal X-Men #8

(W) Kieron Gillen (A) Michele Bandini (CA) Mark Brooks
RATED T+
In Shops: Nov 16, 2022
SRP: $3.99

A STUDY IN CERULEAN!
Lawks! What’s going on in foggy old London town in the year of our lord 1895? Well, it’s only Sherlock Holmes, Mystique and Destiny on the tracks of a murderer and uncovering a truth that’s significantly more sinister…

Immortal X-Men #8

Preview: Immortal X-Men #7

Immortal X-Men #7

(W) Kieron Gillen (A) Lucas Werneck (CA) Mark Brooks
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 12, 2022
SRP: $3.99

A SERIOUS BAMF! – A.X.E. TIE-IN! Even if you’re the heart of the X-Men, there’re days you want to tear out people’s heart. Judgment day is one of them. What extreme steps will Nightcrawler take in the name of the Spark?

Immortal X-Men #7

Dragon Awards Winners Announced

Dragon Con

Dragon Con took place this weekend and during it, the 7th annual Dragon Awards was announced. The fan’s choice awards recognizes the best in books, comics, games, and filmed entertainment.

Dragon Con announced three other awards, recognizing achievement in short fiction and lifelong contributions to the profession and fandom.

  • Where Oaken Hearts Do Gather by Sarah Pinsker was honored with the Eugie Foster Memorial Award for Short Fiction, established in the memory of the Nebula-award winning author and long-time Dragon Con volunteer director. A juried award, the “Eugie” celebrates the best in innovative fiction.
  • The Julie Award, given to an industry professional for universal achievement spanning multiple genres, was awarded to comic book writer and artist Jim Starlin, who created Thanos, Shang-Chi, Dreadstar, and many other best-recognized characters. Starlin was also a pioneer in securing creator ownership for comics artists and writers.
  • And, John Carroll was recognized with the Hank Reinhardt Fandom Award, given each year to an individual who has made significant contributions to fandom. Carroll has not only been a 15-year volunteer at Dragon Con, working in the convention’s Tech Ops and other departments, but also has supported several other science fiction and fantasy conventions around metro Atlanta including sister convention MomoCon.

The Dragon Awards were launched in 2016 as part of Dragon Con’s 30th anniversary. More than 7,000 fans cast ballots for this year’s awards and selected from 93 properties across 15 categories.

Congrats to everyone. And the winners are…

Best Science Fiction Novel          

Leviathan Falls by James S.A. Corey

Best Fantasy Novel (Including Paranormal)         

Book of Night by Holly Black

Best Young Adult / Middle Grade Novel

A Dark and Starless Forest by Sarah Hollowell

Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel  

A Call to Insurrection by David Weber, Timothy Zahn, Thomas Pope

Best Alternate History Novel     

The Silver Bullets of Annie Oakley by Mercedes Lackey

Best Media Tie-In Novel              

Star Wars: Thrawn Ascendancy: Lesser Evil by Timothy Zahn

Best Horror Novel          

The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig

Best Comic Book             

Immortal X-Men by Kieron Gillen, Mark Brooks

Best Graphic Novel        

Dune: House Atreides Volume 2 by Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson, Dev Pramanik

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy TV Series             

Stranger Things, Netflix

Best Science Fiction of Fantasy Movie   

Dune by Denis Villeneuve

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy PC / Console Game         

Elden Ring, Bandai Namco Entertainment

Best Science Fiction of Fantasy Mobile Game    

Diablo Immortal, Blizzard

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Board Game      

Star Wars Outer Rim: Unfinished Business, Fantasy Flight Games

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Miniatures / Collectable Card / Role-Playing Game         

Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms, Wizards of the Coast

Preview: Immortal X-Men #6

Immortal X-Men #6

(W) Kieron Gillen (A) Lucas Werneck (CA) Mark Brooks
RATED T+
In Shops: Sep 07, 2022
SRP: $3.99

STAND FOR JUDGMENT – AN A.X.E. TIE-IN!
Judgment comes and the Quiet Council grows suspiciously quiet. An exception: Do you think a man so devoted to the Hellfire cares one jot? Let’s find out.

Immortal X-Men #6
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