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Preview: Vampiverse #2

Vampiverse #2

writer: Tom Sniegoski, Jeannine Acheson
artist: Daniel Maine
covers: Madibek Musabekov (A), Stephen Segovia (B), Maria Laura Sanapo (C), Meghan Hetrick (D), Rachel Hollon Cosplay (E), Stephen Segovia (F-RI/Line Art), Rachel Hollon Cosplay (G-RI/Line Art), Meghan Hetrick (H-RI/BW), Maria Laura Sanapo (I-RI/Line Art), Madibek Musabekov (J-RI/BW)
FC | 32 pages | Horror, Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

The mysterious and deadly Bloodwing is killing all the Vampirellas throughout the fabric of reality—but who is he, and why is he doing this? It’s up to Vampirella to learn the secrets of Bloodwing and stop him.

Thanks to the Book of Prophecy (in a very unexpected way), Vampirella embarks on her most mind-bending adventure yet, traveling the various Threads of the Fabric to rally the Vampirellas of the multiple realities to join her in stopping the extermination of her self. First stop, an apocalyptic world transformed by a Chaos Plague. Will the Vampirella of this ravaged world heed our Vampirella’s warning, or will she too fall to the savagery of Bloodwing?

Vampiverse #2

Preview: Vampiverse #1

Vampiverse #1

writer: Tom Sniegoski, Jeannine Acheson
artist: Daniel Maine
covers: Adam Hughes (A), Stephen Segovia (B), Maria Laura Sanapo (C), Meghan Hetrick (D), Rachel Hollon Cosplay (E), Blank Autentix (F), Stephen Segovia (G-RI/Line Art), Adam Hughes (H-RI/Line Art), Maria Laura Sanapo (I-RI/Line Art), Rachel Hollon Cosplay (J-RI/BW), Adam Hughes (K-RI/BW), Meghan Hetrick (L-RI/BW)
FC | 32 pages | Horror, Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+

From the writers of Vengeance of Vampirella, and the Vampirella Valentine’s Day Special 2021 comes a mind-splitting event!

A different Vampirella for every thread—for every kind of story—across the Fabric of time and space. A Vampirella of every conceivable notion born to protect her particular reality . . . but now something—someone—is killing them and stealing away their precious life energies and growing in power. It is up to the Vampirella of one of these universes to gather some of her special sisters to stop this growing threat and keep it from destroying the Creator of all things—the Artist—and preventing the unraveling of all reality.

THOMAS E. SNIEGOSKI is the author of more than two dozen novels for adults, teens, and children. His teen fantasy YA series Fallen was adapted into a trilogy of monstrously successful TV movies. His other books for teens include Sleeper Code, Sleeper Agenda, Legacy, and Force Majeure, as well as the series The Brimstone Network. The author’s first adult novel, A Kiss Before the Apocalypse, was developed into a series of novels about the character Remy Chandler.

As a comic book writer, Sniegoski’s work includes Stupid, Stupid Rat Tails, a prequel miniseries to international hit Bone. Sniegoski collaborated with Bone creator Jeff Smith on the prequel, making him the only writer Smith has ever asked to work on those characters. Sniegoski and writer Christopher Golden also wrote the graphic novel BPRD: Hollow Earth, a spinoff from Hellboy.

Sniegoski was born and raised in Massachusetts, where he still lives with his wife LeeAnne and their dog, Kirby.

Vampiverse #1

Preview: Doctor Who Comics #3

Doctor Who Comics #3

(W) Jody Houser (A) Roberta Ingranata (CA) Meghan Hetrick
In Shops: Jan 13, 2021
SRP: $3.99

Doctor Who returns with the comic debut of iconic 70s TV Villain!

After narrowly escaping the Weeping Angels and the Autons in 1960s London, the Tenth and Thirteenth Doctor must team-up once again to save present-day Earth from being overrun by both the Skithra and the classic aquatic villain, the Sea Devils!

Who else can they turn to for help but Rose Tyler: leader of the human resistance!

Doctor Who Comics #3

Preview: Sensational Wonder Woman #1

Sensational Wonder Woman #1

Written by Stephanie Phillips
Pencils Meghan Hetrick
Inks Meghan Hetrick
Colored by Marissa Louise
Cover by Yasmine Putri
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During a battle with Doctor Psycho, Wonder Woman sacrifices herself to stop the villain, only to be hit with a psychic blast that traps her in an alternate reality. With the help of Hawkgirl, Wonder Woman has to remember who she is before it’s too late.

Sensational Wonder Woman #1

Review: Sensational Wonder Woman #1

Sensational Wonder Woman #1

The new year kicks off with a new digital-first series from DC Comics. Sensational Wonder Woman #1 puts the focus on Wonder Woman with an intriguing comic that slowly builds. Wonder Woman stands for so much and part of that is against misogyny and the repression of women. Sensational Wonder Woman #1 knows that and puts that front and center for an entertaining debut that has us wanting to see what’s next.

Writer Stephanie Phillips takes a familiar route with Diana, aka Wonder Woman, in a situation where she’s dreaming. Is this a coma? Has she been beaten to this point? That’s not mentioned but something has happened. Phillips teases that with glimpses of Wonder Woman in the real world. That only makes the issue even more interesting, you want to find out more of what happened.

There’s also some interesting aspects to what Phillips puts forth. In Diana’s dream state, she’s depicted in a subservient domestic situation. She’s the stereotypical wife, expected to have dinner ready. While this is likely the influence of what has put her in this situation, it’s interesting her battle against this and it’s through pain she awakens from her state.

Meghan Hetrick‘s art is fantastic. The designs are awesome and with the color of Marissa Louise it all pops on my iPad. Wonder Woman’s classic costume is translated into an everyday outfit that fits that stereotypical time period but with a bit of a modern twist to it. There’s some great layouts and use of panels to emphasize the situation that Diana is in until that explosive finale that really delivers a punch.

Sensational Wonder Woman #1 is a solid start to the series. There’s a build-up to that ending with teasing of the situation through the comic. It’s an interesting comic that uses its visuals to really set up the situation and world and has me sucked in to find out more about what’s going on.

Story: Stephanie Phillips Art: Meghan Hetrick
Color: Marissa Louise Letterer: Pat Brosseau
Story: 8.45 Art: 9.0 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy

DC Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review


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Man-Thing Celebrates 50 Years with Variant Covers in March

Marvel announced a brand-new Man-Thing comic series launching in March and celebrating 50 years of the character, Avengers: Curse of the Man-Thing. But, the celebration doesn’t end there.

March will also see some of your favorite Marvel heroes transformed into outrageous Man-Thing personas on stunning variant covers by today’s best artists including Superlog, Bernard Chang, Greg Land, Sara Pichelli, and more! Check out the first three now and be on the lookout for more Man-Thing variant cover reveals in the coming weeks.

Man-Thing debuted in 1971’s Savage Tales #1 and was created by Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, and Gray Marrow.

  • AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #62 SPIDER-MAN-THING VARIANT COVER by GREG LAND
  • CAPTAIN MARVEL #27 CAPTAIN MARVEL-THING VARIANT COVER by BERNARD CHANG
  • CHAMPIONS #5 MS. MARVEL-THING VARIANT COVER by SARA PICHELLI
  • DAREDEVIL #28 DAREDEVIL-THING VARIANT COVER by RAY-ANTHONY HEIGHT
  • FANTASTIC FOUR #30 THE THING-THING VARIANT COVER by DANIEL ACUÑA
  • GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #12 GAMORA-THING VARIANT COVER by MEGHAN HETRICK
  • MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN #24 MILES-THING VARIANT COVER by KEN LASHLEY
  • VENOM #34 VENOM-THING VARIANT COVER by SUPERLOG

Preview: Dark Nights: Death Metal The Last Stories of the DC Universe #1

Dark Nights: Death Metal The Last Stories of the DC Universe #1

Written by: Joshua Williamson, Gail Simone, Christopher Sebela, James Tynion IV, Cecil Castellucci, Mariko Tamaki, Jeff Lemire, Mark Waid, Scott Snyder
Art by: Francis Manapul, Christopher Mooneyham, Daniel Sampere, Meghan Hetrick, Mirka Andolfo, Travis G. Moore, Rafael Albuquerque

The last battle against the Batman Who Laughs is at hand…the final fight for everything in the universe. And while the night is usually darkest just before the dawn, what would be the last thing you’d do if you weren’t sure the dawn would ever arrive? Join our heroes in their waning hours as we show their journeys through what could be their final moments…heroes that have fought a million times before, but are keenly aware this could be their endgame. These are the stolen moments detailing the last stories of the DC Universe.

Dark Nights: Death Metal The Last Stories of the DC Universe #1

New Batman: Gotham Nights is Part of the Five New Digital Comics Available Now on comiXology

ComiXology has five new digital comics from DC, Harlequin, and Magnetic Press today. Check out all five here or check out the individual issues below.

Almost Forever Vol. 2

Written by Linda Howard
Art by Misao Hoshiai
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Max… He was the man who’d finally made her believe in love again. So why did he have to betray her? Claire finds out that Max had been using her to steal information about her company and is devastated. Max, however, regrets having hurt Claire and realizes he’s truly in love with her. So he makes a daring gamble to win back Claire’s heart!

Almost Forever Vol. 2

Batman: Gotham Nights #18

Written by Marguerite Bennett, Marc Guggenheim
Pencils Meghan Hetrick, Scott Koblish
Inks Meghan Hetrick, Scott Koblish
Colored by Nick Filardi
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Story #1: A terrifying assassin is on the hunt for a Gotham City billionaire. It’s up to Batman to save…Bruce Wayne?

Story #2: Harley Quinn investigates a haunted house and leaves with something she never expected–a new best friend!

Batman: Gotham Nights #18

Irena Vol. 2 #5: Life After the Ghetto

Written by JD Morvan, Séverine Tréfouël
Art by David Evrard
Colored by Walter
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1983, Jerusalem. It has been 18 years since Irena was recognized as Righteous Among the Nations by the people of Israel. However, it is only today that a tree is planted in her honor at Yad Vashem… A belated recognition that allows this humble woman to continue the story of her heroic life. The last portion of her story is dedicated to her friend, Dr. Janusz Korczak, a Polish doctor and writer who deliberately chose to accompany the children from his orphanage to the Treblinka death camp … The moving conclusion to this poignant and public service series: the extraordinary fate of one of the greatest heroines of World War II. Includes a foreword by noted film director Marek Halter.

Irena Vol. 2 #5: Life After the Ghetto

The Parisian Playboy

Written by Helen Brooks
Art by Nanao Hidaka
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Holly has been harassed by the branch manager’s son for a while now. When he finally goes too far, she slaps him—and is seen by the company president, Jacques Querruel!

As a low-rung employee, Holly resigns herself to unfair justice after the harassment comes to light, but contrary to her expectations, playboy millionaire Jacques offers her a job in Paris instead!

Holly takes the offer and moves to Paris, all the while bottling in a past trauma. She soon finds herself filled with worry as she works beside this charming man who reminds her of her dark past…

The Parisian Playboy

Pistouvi #2

Written by Merwan
Art by Bertrand Gatignol
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When Jeanne steals some seeds from the wind, she has no idea what trouble she is stirring up…

Pistouvi #2

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