The hit genre-bending horror series, The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos, hits the bookstores in 2024 with a new paperback collection! Based on an idea by James Tynion IV, Christopher Chaos was written by Tate Brombal, illustrated by Isaac Goodhart, colored by Miquel Muerto, and lettered by Aditya Bidikar. This first volume will collect issues #1-6 of the horror/science fiction/coming-of-age/LGBTQ-positive series, and will include a cover gallery including work from artists like Phil Jimenez, Nick Robles, Fábio Moon, and others, alongside a sketchbook section.
In Volume 1, meet teenage mad scientist Christopher Chaos. For all his life he knew he was different. His brilliant mind works in ways that defy logic and enable him to do things that push him beyond his peers. Unfortunately, these abilities have also caused great pain in his personal life—leading others to fear him and leaving Christopher with profound loneliness and guilt.
Then one day something cracked. When the cute boy at high school turns out to be a deadly creature, Christopher finds himself pitted in a world of monsters, heroes, and a cult of hunters out to kill them all.
The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos Volume 1 TPBwill be available in bookstores May 21, 2024 and in comic shops May 22, 2024. It is now available to pre-order for $24.99 at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and your local comic shop and indie bookstore.
Skybound has revealed a first look at Void Rivals #2, the hugely anticipated follow-up to the shocking debut of the new comic book series from the Oblivion Song team of Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici, along with colorist Matheus Lopes and letterer Rus Wooton.
Void Rivals #1 kicked off the all-new shared “Energon Universe” with the surprise first appearance of iconic Transformers character Jetfire. The stealth launch introduced the historic new partnership between toy and game company Hasbro and Skybound, with Transformers and G.I. Joe comics finding a new home with the publisher. Each issue of Void Rivals promises to take readers further into this all-new world, with more familiar faces to appear.
After the jaw-dropping reveal in the debut issue, everything Darak and Solila thought they knew about the Sacred Ring’s never-ending war has changed. To deliver the truth back home, they must first get off this deadly planet—by any means necessary.
Void Rivals #2 (Diamond Codes listed below | $3.99) will feature a main cover by De Felici, along with a stacked lineup of variant covers by some of the top talent in comics today.
The issue will be available at comic book shops and digital platforms including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play on Wednesday, July 19, 2023.
The full list of covers is below:
Void Rivals #2 Cover A by Lorenzo De Felici (MAY230290)
Void Rivals #2 Cover B by Nick Robles (APR238109)
Void Rivals #2 Cover C (1:10 Copy Incentive) by Mindy Lee (APR238110)
Void Rivals #2 Cover D (1:25 Copy Incentive) by Karen S. Darboe (APR238111)
Void Rivals #2 Cover E (1:50 Copy Incentive) by Tula Lotay (APR238112)
Last month IDW announced The Hunger and the Dusk, a new epic fantasy series from G. Willow Wilson and Chris Wildgoose. Debuting in July, Wilson’s self-proclaimed dream project is a high fantasy tour de force promising heartrending drama, pulse-quickening romance, awe-inspiring world-building, and bloody carnage to satisfy every manner of genre fan!
Now, IDW is sharing the unique variant cover program for the entire series. Each issue’s Cover B will spotlight the sensational art of Cliff Chiang, creating an epic series of12 collectible covers in all! Plus, special Chiang “Gold” variants will be available as a 1:100 on The Hunger and the Dusk #1, and as a 1:50 on #2-12.
In addition to Chiang’s B and RI “Gold” variants, each issue of The Hunger and the Dusk will be available with multiple covers for fans and retailers to enjoy. Cover A will feature series artist Chris Wildgoose and rotating contributors will grace each Cover C month to month, with InHyuk Lee, Nick Robles, and Jessica Fong assuming cover art duties for the first three issues, respectively.
Final order cut off for this series is Monday May 29th so fans and retailers should get their orders in early—don’t sleep on one of the most buzzed-about books of the summer!
The debut issue of James Tynion IV, Tate Brombal, and Isaac Goodhart’s The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos #1 has sold out at the distributor level ahead of publication on June 28, 2023. Dark Horse Comics has announced a second printing, featuring a new cover by Nick Robles, and has promoted the series to be Dark Horse’s next ongoing series. The first issue also features colors by Miquel Muerto and letters by Aditya Bidikar, rounding out the all-star team behind this exciting new comic.
Orders close for the second printing on June 12, 2023.
The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos #1 arrives in comic shops June 21, 2023, just in time for Pride Month, with covers by Nick Robles, David Talaski, and Isaac Goodhart. The second printing variant will be available July 26, 2023.
BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Behold, Behemoth #5, the final issue of the horror series from the bestselling House of Slaughter‘s Tate Brombal with highly acclaimed artist Nick Robles and letterer AndWorld Design, about how a man’s fracturing world and monstrous nightmares foreshadow the unthinkable, in stores April 26, 2023.
In the heartbreaking FINAL ISSUE, Grey and Wren find themselves closer than ever to finding answers about who, and what, the Behemoths are! Kavita has ulterior motives though–ones that may be deadly to Wren, and put Grey in an impossible choice.
Behold, Behemoth #5features main cover art by series artist Robles, and variant covers by acclaimed artists Danny Luckert and Christian Ward.
BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Behold, Behemoth #4, the newest issue of the brand new horror series from the bestselling House of Slaughter‘s Tate Brombal, as he brings his first original series to BOOM! Studios, with highly acclaimed artist Nick Robles and letterer AndWorld Design, about how a man’s fracturing world and monstrous nightmares foreshadow the unthinkable, in stores March 15, 2023.
Grey and Wren return to where it all began–the birthplace of the Behemoths. But a figure from the past still pursues them, deadlier than ever before, leaving a trail of blood in their wake…
Behold, Behemoth #4features main cover art by series artist Robles, and variant covers by acclaimed artists Aaron Campbelland Toni Infante.
BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Behold, Behemoth #3, the newest issue of the brand new horror series from the bestselling House of Slaughter‘s Tate Brombal, as he brings his first original series to BOOM! Studios, with highly acclaimed artist Nick Robles and letterer AndWorld Design, about how a man’s fracturing world and monstrous nightmares foreshadow the unthinkable, in stores on January 25, 2023.
What unspeakable events brought Grey and Wren together in the past? And what does it mean for the pair’s treacherous journey north? As the two continue on, revelations about the Behemoth will reveal a hidden truth about their shared story, and the nature of the mysterious pursuer on their tail…
Behold, Behemoth #3 features main cover art by series artist Robles, and variant covers by acclaimed artists Werther Dell’Edera, Raúl Allén, and more.