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Preview: Robotech #17

ROBOTECH #17

Writer: Simon Furman
Artists: Hendry Prasetya, Pasquale Qualano
Cover A: Jeff Spokes
Cover B: Action Figure Variant
Cover C: The Waltrip Brothers
Publisher: Titan Comics
FC, 32pp, $3.99, On sale: February 6, 2019

A new arc in the radical reimagining of the classic sci-fi anime – perfect for fans old and new!

As the wounded SDF-1 drifts above Earth and the fleeing Zentraedi swear revenge, Zand’s mad experiments unleash chaos in the ranks.

The build-up to a brand-new event! The fist step to a crisis that will tear time and space asunder, as Robotechnology runs wild!

Twists and turns from writer Simon Furman (Transformers) with mecha combat from Hendry Prasetya (Power Rangers).

ROBOTECH #17

Preview: Barbarella/Dejah Thoris #1

Barbarella/Dejah Thoris #1

writer: Leah Williams
artist: Germán García
covers: Zach Hsieh (A), Jorge Fornés (B), Pasquale Qualano (C), Tom Feister (D), Cosplay (E)
Maria Sanapo Barbarella “Seduction” (RI), Maria Sanapo, Dejah Thoris “Seduction” (RI), Pasquale Qualano (RI-Virgin), Tom Feister (RI-B/W), Pasquale Qualano (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | Sci-Fi/Fantasy | $3.99 | Teen+

From opposite ends of time, two heroines unite for an otherworldly adventure! Barbarella, the siren of space, meets Dejah Thoris, Princess of Barsoom, and together they must solve a murder mystery that spans time and space in order to find their way home. Leah Williams (Adventure Time Comics, X-Men: Black) teams with Germán García (Action Comics, X-Men) for a fun, deadly, mind-bending epic!

Barbarella/Dejah Thoris #1

Preview: Red Sonja (Vol. 4) #24

Red Sonja (Vol.4) #24

writer: Amy Chu, Alex Change, Erik Burnham
artist: Pasquale Qualano
covers: Mike McKone (A), Moritat (B), Tom Mandrake (C), Reilly Brown (D), Cosplay Cover (E-Sub)
Mike McKone (RI-Virg), Moritat (RI-Virg), Tom Mandrake (RI-B/W), Cosplay (RI-Virg)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+

The Witching Hour. In the latest chapter of Red Sonja’s travels, the She-Devil almost tramples over an old witch on her way back to Hyrkania, sparking a nightmarish combination of road rage and swords and sorcery.

Preview: Robotech #15

ROBOTECH #15

Writer: Simon Furman
Artists: Ivan Rodriguez, Pasquale Qualano
Cover A: Nick Roche
Cover B: Blair Shedd
Cover C: Nick Brokenshire
Publisher: Titan Comics
FC, 32pp, $3.99, On sale: December 12, 2018

Year Two of the radical Robotech reimagining – the classic sci-fi anime reborn with legendary Transformers writer Simon Furman!

The conspiracy behind the SDF-1’s exile deepens, and Lisa clashes with Roy while Rick’s injuries and powers collide!

Preview: Dejah Thoris #10

Dejah Thoris #10

writer: Amy Chu
artist: Pasquale Qualano
covers: Diego Galindo (A), Mike McKone (B), Pasquale Qualano (C)
Diego Galindo (RI-B/W), Mike McKone (RI-B/W), Pasquale Qualano (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+

All things come to head as the royal fleet is attacked by the Tharks and Dejah Thoris is willing to sacrifice herself for the good of Helium.

Preview: Dejah Thoris #9

Dejah Thoris #9

writer: Amy Chu
artist: Pasquale Qualano
covers: Diego Galindo (A), Mike McKone (B), Pasquale Qualano (C-Sub)
Diego Galindo (RI-B/W), Mike McKone (RI-B/W), Pasquale Qualano (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+

Danger is everywhere, even in the air! Outgunned and outmanned, Dejah Thoris and the crew of the Xataxian battle the legendary Black Pirates of Barsoom.

Preview: Dejah Thoris: Gardens of Mars TP

Dejah Thoris: Gardens of Mars TP

writer: Amy Chu
artist: Pasquale Qualano
cover: J. Scott Campbell
FC | 156 pages | $19.99 | Teen+

Dejah Thoris, obsessed with finding the legendary Gardens of Mars, recruits her own expedition team of scientists. But once outside the palace walls, things don’t go as planned, and the Princess learns the hard way just how dangerous Barsoom really is.

Preview: Dejah Thoris (2018) #8

Dejah Thoris (2018) #8

writer: Amy Chu
artist: Pasquale Qualano
covers: Diego Galindo (A), Stephane Roux (B), Pasquale Qualano (C)
Diego Galindo (RI-B/W), Stephane Roux (RI-Virgin), Pasquale Qualano (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+

Lies, lies, lies – as the relationship between Helium and Zodanga deteriorate, Dejah Thoris learns a harsh lesson in diplomacy. Keel Kors professes his love for the Princess, but can she trust him? Meanwhile, Dekana reveals her true colors.

Review: Zindan #2

The term “As Rome burned,” is used mostly to describe the fallout of a major event or a disaster. This is a test most people. When disaster strikes, how they will either step up or how they will inevitably fail. This internal struggle within all of us is what makes characters in dystopian stories so interesting and can draw massive audiences and fandoms. And example is The Walking Dead series which through television reached an audience greater than the fans the comic it is based on.

Take the character of Darryl from the show, who was an original creation. As it was revealed a few seasons back, he was just following his brother before the apocalypse. If the zombie apocalypse never happened, at some point, he may have done something heroic but unlikely. These events often put people in situations where they have to step up or perish. It doesn’t have to be an event like a zombie apocalypse for someone to show their potential. In the second issue of Zindan we find Timur and Zain at a crossroads as the rest of the Ansaars dead and they must figure out what to do next.

With the legendary Zindan in ruins, unspeakable evils have been released upon this world. Bandits threaten to grab whatever riches are left of the Ansaars. Zain and Timur find themselves faced with the decision to stay in the only home they’ve ever known, or to venture out into a world that had only betrayed them as children. Will Zain and Timur risk everything to go after “The Immortal” and his deadly allies, including Khan “The Man Eater” and Tara “The Temptress”?

Overall, the issue is another interesting chapter in this ever-evolving series which carries on the tropes of this genre but with a more realistic flare. The story by the creative team is intelligent, well developed, and makes you care about the characters. The art by the creative team, though with some different artists, continues to make this book, a joy to look at. Altogether, an excellent installment that gives fans a few more reasons to following this outstanding comic series.

Story: Omar Mirza and Khurram Mehtabdin
Art: Adelso Corona, JL Straw, Pasquale Qualano, Alonso Espinoza, Jessica Jimerson and Sajad Shah
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.5 Recommendation: Buy

Preview: Dejah Thoris (2018) #7

Dejah Thoris (2018) #7

writer: Amy Chu
artist: Pasquale Qualano & Vincenzo Federici
covers: Mike McKone (A), Stephane Roux (B), Sean Chen (C)
Mike McKone (RI-B/W), Stephane Roux (RI-Virgin), Sean Chen (RI-B/W)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+

A straightforward scientific mission becomes an entanglement of intrigue, as Dejah Thoris uncovers a Zodangan plot to destroy the Helium naval fleet. Can she identify the spy in their midst before it’s too late?

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