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Umami is Collected on Panel Syndicate

Haven’t had a chance to read Ken Niimura‘s delicious adventure cooking series Umami? Now’s your chance to get it in one monster sized 259 page volume collecting all first 8 issues. You can pay-what-you-want to get the digital comic at Panel Syndicate now!

Follow Uma and Ami as their culinary journey across a strange land in a quest for fun, knowledge and salt turns into the most unlikely friendship…

Umami Starters

The Universe is Back on Panel Syndicate

It’s been two years since the last issue of Universe! came out… TWO whole years. But, it’s back on Panel Syndicate, the pay what you want site.

Universe! #6 is finally here and it was absolutely worth the wait!!! The astounding genius of Albert Monteys brings you 32 micro tales designed to carry the BIGGEST IMPACT in the SHORTEST TIME! This is how all tales will be told in the future! 

The 46-page fun-filled issue has arrived at panelsyndicate.com for whatever price you want to pay!

Umami’s Season Finale is Available at Panel Syndicate

The 42-page season finale of Umami by the legendary talent of Ken Niimura has arrived at Panel Syndicate for whatever price you want to pay!

Ami amd Uma finally manage to escape from the guards, though this comes at a high price for Uma… Everything they’ve shared so far has brought them closer in ways they could never have imagined.

However, this feeling of safety will not last long. Their friendship, bravery and skills will soon be put to the test by a menace that threatens the entire Kindgdom…

After a first season full of thrills and adventure, our favorite culinary duo will be back soon with more delicious adventures… The journey is just about to begin!

Blackhand Ironhead #5, the Season Finale is Out Now On Panel Syndicate

The explosive (literally!) season finale of Blackhand Ironhead is finally here!

Writer/artist extraordinaire David López, brings us the final chapter of his comedy with superheroes but not about superheroes. All masks fall off and secrets are finally revealed in an ultimate battle of ideals… BA-DA-BOOM!

Still, lots of questions remain unanswered and plenty more are raised. Here’s hoping to have David back soon with more startling revelations and bemusing intrigues!

In the meantime, be sure to check out the final chapter at Panel Syndicate for whatever price you want to pay!

Barrier is Collected at Panel Syndicate

If you missed it, now’s your chance to get Barrier! Panel Syndicate has collected all five issues into a monster 190-page volume!

If you haven’t read the single issues, yet, this is the perfect way to catch up with the adventures of our kick-ass Texan woman, Liddy, and her unlikely partner, the no-nonsense undocumented Honduran immigrant, Oscar, in what’s surely got to be Donald Trump’s favorite comicbook series!

Check it out at panelsyndicate.com for whatever price you want to pay!

Blackhand Ironhead #4 is Out Now on Panel Syndicate

David López‘s comedy with superheroes but not about superheroes approaches its conclusion in this penultimate issue of Blackhand Ironhead!

After the revelations about their father’s hidden secrets, the sibling rivalry finally explodes in a fiery ball of fury! The family feud we were waiting for begins here!

And even if they survive each other, will they be prepared for the even bigger surprise that awaits them?

You can get Blackhand Ironhead #4 now for whatever price you want to pay on Panel Syndicate.

Umami #7 is Out Now on Panel Syndicate

Well, what do you know? Summer’s here and along has brought the newest issue of Ken Niimura‘s yummy series, Umami!

The Commissioner’s guards are trying to apprehend Leon for a crime he didn’t commit, but they are not just after him – they also want to capture our friends!
Uma and Ami cook up some special dishes in order to escape, but just when they thought they were going to get away… things get a little messy! Will they end up thrown in jail??

The tasty adventures of our two favorite cooks continue at Panel Syndicate for whatever price you want to pay! Don’t miss it!

Jay Faerber and Michael Montenat’s Glacier City is Pay What You Want on Panel Syndicate

Panel Syndicate has debuted a new series, Glacier City! The new comic series is written by Jay Faerber with art by Michael Montenat.

Police Chief Wes Cutter is the only law enforcement in a secluded Alaskan town where everyone has a secret and his closest backup is hours away. There are two kinds of people who live in Alaska. Those born there, and those that are running away from something. And Wes wasn’t born there.

Faerber is the creator behind series such as Copperhead, Elsewhere, and Dynamo 5, as well as television shows like Star-Crossed and Zoo. Montenat has worked for IDW Publishing, Legendary, BOOM! Studios, Top Cow Productions, Zac Brown Band, and Universal Studios Japan.

You can find the series on Panel Syndicate where it’s “pay what you want.”

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

Each week our contributors are choosing up to five books and why they’re choosing the books. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.

Barrier #4 (Image Comics/Panel Syndicate) – The digital series is now in print and it’s even better physically in our hands. Absolutely amazing and timely as the series explores barriers in geography, culture, genders, language, and more.

Black Panther #1 (Marvel) – A new direction for Black Panther and it’s VERY different for the character and series. So many unanswered questions.

The Flash #47 (DC Comics) – “Flash War” kicks off!

Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #1 (Marvel) – A mini-event in a way with numerous mini-series. They’ve shockingly been good so far.

Justice League: No Justice #3 (DC Comics) – It’s a turn off your brain popcorn event that’s a lot of fun to see the villains and heroes interacting. Some great moments in this one.

Lumberjanes #50 (BOOM! Studios) – It’s rare a comic makes it to fifty issues, even rarer for a smallish press comic to do so. Celebrate with this issue!

Skyward #2 (Image Comics) – Beyond creative and entertaining the story touches upon so many things like class struggle with a cool concept of a world where gravity is near gone.

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Through the Mirror #4 (IDW Publishing) – The Mirror Universe comes into the Prime Universe and the story has been really entertaining. If you like the Mirror Universe Trek stories, you’ll love this.

Star Wars #48 (Marvel) – Well into an arc, we’ve been seeing the battle to liberate Mon Cala which is actually been pretty good and a solid addition to the Star Wars universe.

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #20 (Marvel) – Basically the Star Wars version of Indiana Jones and boy does the series work. Just lots of fun and pure entertainment.

The Winner (Retrofit/Big Planet Comics) – Karl Stevens’ amazing graphic novel that’s beyond beautiful to read and look at. An amazing small press/indie comics that’s a must get.

X-O Manowar (2017) #15 (Valiant) – Epic is the only way to describe the story that writer Matt Kindt has been weaving with a series of artists. This issue marks a new jumping on point “Barbarians” that leads directly into Valiant’s next big event Harbinger Wars 2!

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

Each week our contributors are choosing up to five books and why they’re choosing the books. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.

Joe

Top Pick: Avengers #2 (Marvel) – After the fantastic first issue, I am super excited for this one and many more from Aaron and company. Celestials falling to the Earth? That is how you set the tone for an epic series!

Curse Words #14 (Image) – I love this crazy book. Charles Soule balances action, comedy, and ridiculous things all in one comic so well. Talking Koalas and a Wizard fight!

Cable #157 (Marvel) – This book has been getting better and better. I have always loved Cable and it feels like it is really bringing back the classic stuff I love about the character and his best runs.

The Punisher #224 (Marvel) – Frank Castle returns to the States and now Captain Marvel is on his tail. I cannot wait for this showdown or whatever happens with this. It has been a great run so far!

Daredevil #602 (Marvel) – Mayor Fisk or Mayor Murdock? This has been a fantastic run and Soule has given us action and twists that I didn’t expect. I am excited to see how this continues.

 

Alex

Top Pick: Ninja-K #7 (Valiant) – There are some comics that I am genuinely so excited to read every month, and this is one of them. I can’t say enough good things about the writing, the art, the everything. There are two comics from Valiant out this week, and the only reason this is on top is because the coin landed on tails.

Bloodshot Salvation #9 (Valiant) – See above. Except for tails and second place.

Mighty Thor: Gates Of Valhalla #1 (Marvel) – I’ve been itching for more Thor after seeing Infinity War, and why not grab a new #1 issue?

 

Brett

Top Pick: Dodge City #3 (BOOM! Studios) – Dodge ball in comics! This series has been so much fun so far with great characters, great art… it’s a comic that just puts a smile on my face.

Barrier #3 (Image Comics/Panel Syndicate) – An absolutely amazing series first released digitally and now in print. Timely and brilliant, it’s a must get.

Fence #6 (BOOM! Studios) – Like Dodge City, this one focuses on a sport… fencing! Also has great characters and fantastic art. Another series that’s just fun.

Flavor #1 (Image Comics) – A new series from Image that takes place in a magical world and revolves around cooking. Absolutely fantastic and a must get this week.

James Bond: The Body #5 (Dynamite Entertainment) – A different take on James Bond focusing on the grittier aspects of it all and a man just beat down.

 

Jen

Death of Love #4 (Image Comics) –  Imagine if you will: a young man with a chainsaw can see the creatures that float around making people fall in love. What’s he gonna use that chainsaw for? Is it good? Is it evil? And what about these cupidae? What role does a mortal dude have in messing in the affairs of such ephemeral creatures? Issue #4 of DEATH OF LOVE promises to answer only some of these questions while leaving way more on the floor. If you missed this book in single issues, keep an eye out of the Trade this August.

Rat Queens #9 (Image Comics) –  All girl warriors, all the time. That’s the promise of RAT QUEENS and for years now, not matter the battle, that is what they deliver. Part four of THE COLOSSAL MAGIC NOTHING has Reality Wizards and interdimensional wizards. If anyone can deal with all that crazy and still come out on top, it’s the Rat Queens. Probably.

Goosebumps: Download and Die #3 (IDW Publishing) – Not only has GOOSEBUMPS been updated to include digital spooks, it’s got an all-new, all-female creative team. Goosebumps works because it doesn’t try to be something it’s not. The plot is simple: defeat the monster, save the town. But, as with most GOOSEBUMPS tales, there are sure to be a few Bumps in the night along the way.

The Mighty Thor at the Gates of Valhalla #1 (Marvel) – Thor is such good fun in any format, and personally I love when his world expands beyond himself. GATES OF VALHALLA may have some heavy plot points (saving Jane/Thor’s life), but it keeps the lighthearted moments that draw me back to Asgard time and again. The Godesses of Thunder may be my new religious figures, and the meta-call to “the Golden age of Thor” is absolutely delightful.

Star Wars: Lost Stars Graphic Novel Vol #1 (Yen Press) – Did you read Claudia Gray’s books are among the most celebrated of the new Star Wars Canon. Her YA novel Lost Stars was a smash-hit, and now I can’t wait to see how it translates to a graphic novel. The source material has plenty to play with–action, romance, intrigue, Imperial Academy classes, brainwashing….the list goes on. If you’re not a big novel reader but love a good graphic tale, this might be the best way to dive into Gray’s work.

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