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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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This Week’s DC Digital Includes Titans, From Beyond the Unknown, Scooby-Doo!, and Ghosts!

DC’s Digitial Firsts continues with the debut of new digital comic series! Beginning Thursday June 25, new series Titans: Titans Together, From Beyond the Unknown, Scooby-Doo!: Mystery Inc. and Ghosts, along with DC’s ongoing daily dose of Super Hero action, give fans even more choice of characters while expanding DC’s digital publishing line with original stories.

Monday June 22

Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #8

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Obituary” by Van Jensen, Nick Robles, Dave Stewart, and Clayton Cowles

It’s a slow news day, and Clark’s been assigned obituary duty, but how can he write one for Superman?

Deadline” by Van Jensen, Andie Tong, Will Quintana, and Clayton Cowles

Clark’s on a tight deadline covering a politician’s election campaign, but can he meet his deadline and expose the truth when he learns the politician is up to nefarious deeds?

Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #8

Tuesday June 23

Batman: Gotham Nights #10

The Scent of Scorn” by John Arcudi, Andy Clarke, Dave Stewart, and Marshall Dillon
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The murder of a Gotham socialite sends Batman on a wild hunt to find the killer, but his most dangerous foes may not be the human ones…

Batman: Gotham Nights #10

Wednesday June 24

Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #7

With Friends Like These” by Andrea Shea, Meghan Hetrick, Arif Prianto, and Travis Lanham
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Etta Candy is captured leading a mission for A.R.G.U.S. in Russia! Can Etta sway one of her captors to her side and secure the package or will this be the end of Agent Candy?!

Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #7

Thursday June 25

Titans: Titans Together #1

History Lessons” by Phil Hester, Scott Koblish, Tom Grummett, John Kalisz, and Marshall Dillon
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When one of Raven’s college professors goes missing, Nightwing is convinced the Titans should investigate. But the danger they uncover is far greater than one missing person—the fate of humanity is at stake, and only Beast Boy can save the day!

Titans: Titans Together #1

Friday June 26

From Beyond the Unknown #1

In Gloom” by Dave Wielgosz, Kenneth Rocafort, Daniel Brown, and Zakk Samm
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Green Lantern Hal Jordan is responsible for policing all of Space Sector 2814, but more often than not his attention is on his home planet, Earth. When the alien bounty hunter Bolphunga crashes to Earth pursued by a team of murderous vigilantes, Hal learns the truth: these rebels have taken justice into their own hands, and Hal himself has been found guilty!

From Beyond the Unknown #1

Saturday June 27

Scooby-Doo!: Mystery Inc. #1

Snack Attacked!” by Ivan Cohen, Dario Brizuela, Franco Riesco, and Saida Temofonte
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Scooby and the gang must stop a group of monsters from shutting down the Scooby Snacks factory.

Scooby-Doo!: Mystery Inc. #1

Sunday June 28

Ghosts #1

Shop of Nightmares” by Dan Jurgens, Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher, Hi-Fi, and Travis Lanham
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Jim Corrigan tackles what appears to be a run-of-the-mill murder investigation, but when he discovers the supernatural is at play, it becomes a job for the Spectre.

Ghosts #1

Dynamite Announces a New Packed Release Schedule for July 1

As summer approaches, Dynamite is heating up as the comic industry roars back with its comeback, and is delivering a scorching haul to fans and retailers for July 1st!

To charge up an otherwise slow week of comics releases, Dynamite is bringing its big guns to brighten up the excitement around returning stories and supporting comic shops. Five of the bestselling and best-reviewed titles will all be out the same week.

The issues are:

  • The Boys: Dear Becky #2
  • Vampirella #10
  • Vengeance of Vampirella #8
  • Red Sonja #16
  • Killing Red Sonja #2

As the second season on Prime is set for an official release date any day now, now is the perfect time for fans to dive into the long-awaited sequel to The Boys with the second issue of Dear Becky. Co-creators Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson return with artist Russ Braun, colorist Tony Aviña, and letterer Simon Bowland. The classic creative team is all back years after they concluded the original juggernaut run and they haven’t missed a step.

Dear Becky

Meanwhile, in Vampirella Christoper Priest‘s intricate saga reaches a climax, as Vampirella falls to her lowest point. Still recovering from a traumatic plane crash and turbulent personal life, she turns to others for help – and one may be the mastermind who has been manipulating all the events to date… With stunning covers from Lucio Parrillo, Guillem March, Fay Dalton, Meghan Hetrick, interior artist Ergün Gündüz, and more, this is an issue not to miss.

In the flagship of the other big Woman of Dynamite, Eisner-nominated scribe Mark Russell continues to spin one of the most acclaimed series in the industry in Red Sonja. Exploring concepts like power, war, and leadership, it has only gotten more enticing moving into its second year with the big war won. What happens next for Sonja the Red?

Across that first year of Russell’s Red Sonja, the titular character lead the rag-tag Hyrkanians against a despotic king. With Red Sonja slaying Dragan the Magnificent in a climactic battle, his surviving son Prince Cyril has vowed revenge on the fiery-haired killer. Alongside co-writer Bryce Ingman and fan-favorite artist Craig Rousseau, Mark Russell chronicles that quest in Killing Red Sonja. Spiced with magic, humor, and more, it’s an indisposable companion to the main series.

Fans looking for a straight shot of classic comic book storytelling with modern sensibilities know that Vengeance of Vampirella is a true hit. Or they better get on it fast! The multitalented Tom Sniegoski, who has written everything from the Punisher, Hellboy, Bone, and dozens of novels, returns to the character he defined for an entire decade. Picking right up where he left off in the 1990s, but incorporating the 25-year absence, this book is comfort food for every longtime fan of the Daughter of Drakulon, and also perfectly approachable for all newcomers.

Review: Artemis and the Assassin #2

A time-travel action adventure as an assassin from the future must kill a woman from the past. The issue is full of fight scenes and excitement and can be enjoyed even if you missed the first issue.

Story: Stephanie Phillips
Art: Meghan Hetrick, Francesca Fantini
Color: Lauren Affe
Letterer: Troy Peteri

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

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sacredsix Expands Christopher Priest’s Vampirella Universe!

Discover sacredsix, a new ongoing series this May as Christopher Priest expands his take on the wider Vampirella universe.

Enter: a tale of two towns in rural Georgia. One is Ashthorne, an impoverished farming town with a deadly secret. Otherwise known as “Vampire Valley,” most of its citizens are vampires and sundry other ghouls, though not by choice or blood. These once-human victims are now shunned by society in the open but live peacefully and just want to be left alone to live their lives in peace. Meanwhile, the bright and shiny Sacred is a recently “manufactured” community lorded over by staunch conservatives for the express purpose of oppressing and ultimately destroying Ashthorne’s residents. This tension will escalate as the series progresses, and instigate the arrival of the group of heroines…

Priest’s new take on the Draculina character, real name Victory, is joined by fellow Vampi vixens Pantha, Nyx, and the surprise inclusion of fellow conflicted vampire Chastity, of Chaos! fame. Led by Lilith of Drakulon, the Cersei Lannister of space vampires and recruited by her son DRAGO, mayor of Ashthorne. The sixth and final core member will be a surprise… The one and only Vampirella will make some appearances as well. These women will go undercover in the exclusive rarified air of Sacred as students and fight against injustice by night against The Six.

In a thematic mashup of True Blood and Sons of Anarchy, sacredsix is a multifaceted morality play and tale of two cities examining the conflict between human and inhuman, science and magic, agnosticism and faith, war and peace. Good and evil can be found all around, often coexisting. With this cast of complex characters with ever-shifting allegiances, anything can happen.

Christopher Priest is joined by artist Gabriel Ibarra, colorist Mohan and letters from longtime Priest collaborator Willie Schubert.

Jae Lee will be doing interior pages for this series across the first five issues – a special sequence weaved into the main story recounting Pantha’s newly revamped origin story. Pantha is now fully feline by default and can transform into a human woman, rather than vice versa.

A Who’s Who of top cover artists are tagging in for the big debut issue and subsequent ones. Jae Lee leads the pack. One of the hottest cover artists today, Lucio Parrillo, focuses on Chastity, Draculina and Nyx. With fans skyrocketing her career and garnering acclaim for her Vampirella covers, Meghan Hetrick is a natural addition. Rod Reis captures the power and sensuality of these women with a rooftop lineup. While the incredibly talented and versatile José Ladrönn chips in. An incentive cover from Joseph Michael Linsner showcases the women in schoolgirl outfits, and an Icon Incentive remasters definitive Pantha artist Mark Texeira’s cover from Vampirella (2001) #8.

sacredsix

Preview: Black Panther #19

Black Panther #19

(W) Ta-Nehisi Coates (A) Ryan Bodenheim (CA) Meghan Hetrick
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
SRP: $3.99

THE FINAL ARC OF THE “INTERGALACTIC EMPIRE” BEGINS HERE!

The groundbreaking story of a king who became a slave – a slave who became a legend – reaches a tipping point as N’Jadaka’s invasion of Earth continues! Wakanda goes to war against its own future…and its only hope lies in the king who brought them to this point.

Black Panther #19

It’s a Time-Traveling Assassin vs. Spy in 1944 Trying to Kill Each Other in Artemis and the Assassin

Artemis and the Assassin #1

Writer: Stephanie Phillips
Artists: Meghan Hetrick & Francesca Fantini
Colorist: Lauren Affe
Letterer: Troy Peteri
Cover: Phil Hester w/ Mark Englert
1:15 Incentive Cover: Dave Johnson
$4.99 / 32 pages / Color / On sale 3.18.2020

What happens when a time-traveling assassin and a spy from 1944 try to kill each other?

For a price, a top-secret assassination organization will travel through time and interfere with watershed moments. Trained as the agency’s top assassin, Maya is sent to kill Virginia Hall, the deadliest spy of WWII. Charged with carrying important plans about the invasion of Normandy to the allied troops, Virginia’s death would have a cataclysmic effect on WWII as we know it.

Written by Stephanie Phillips (Butcher of Paris, DESCENDENT), with art by Meghan Hetrick and Francesca Fantini, colors by Lauren Affe, and letters by Troy Peteri, Artemis and the Assassin is a pulpy adventure story about the cost of changing history

Artemis and the Assassin #1

Exclusive Preview: Dark Red #8

DARK RED #8

Writer: Tim Seeley
Artist: Corin Howell
Colorist: Mark Englert
Letterer: Marshall Dillon
Cover: Meghan Hetrick
$3.99 / 32 pages / Full Color / ON SALE 12.04.19

Chip is trying to keep the newly turned vampire Evie from being manipulated in the Centress’ twisted game, as the various factions of Chicago’s Order of the Eventide prepare for war.

Tim Seeley (BRILLIANT TRASH, Hack/Slash, Grayson) and Corin Howell (Ghostbusters, Bat-Mite) bring you a contemporary and horrifying tale of vampirism in the heart of America — one that’ll make you jump right out of your boots.

DARK RED #8

Preview: Dark Red #7

DARK RED #7

Writer: Tim Seeley
Artist: Corin Howell
Colorist: Mark Englert
Letterer: Carlos Magual
Cover: Meghan Hetrick
$3.99 / 32 pages / Full Color / ON SALE 10.16.2019

Battling a relentless monster hunter and faced with a horrific situation far beyond his control, Chip may have to do to the one thing he hates more than anything else…

GO TO THE CITY.

Tim Seeley (BRILLIANT TRASH, Hack/Slash, Grayson) and Corin Howell (Ghostbusters, Bat-Mite) bring you a contemporary and horrifying tale of vampirism in the heart of America — one that’ll make you jump right out of your boots.

DARK RED #7
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