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Preview: Earthdivers #2

Earthdivers #2

(W) Stephen Graham Jones (A) Davide Gianfelice (CA) Rafael Albuquerque
In Shops: Nov 02, 2022
SRP: $3.99

After dodging the apocalypse, four Indigenous outcasts are past the point of no return on their audacious one-way, time travel mission to save the world by killing Christopher Columbus. Immersed in 1492 as an undercover crewman, Tad-a brilliant Lakota linguist and wildly unqualified avenger-must rally from the tragic consequences of his early actions on board and recommit to spilling the admiral’s blood before landfall. In the year 2112, ringleader Yellow Kid and headstrong Sosh encounter a haunting sign of Tad;s progress in the past, and back at the cave portal, Emily watches her back as her suspicion of Yellow Kid skyrockets.

Earthdivers #2

Preview: Earthdivers #2

Earthdivers #2

(W) Stephen Graham Jones (A) Davide Gianfelice (CA) Rafael Albuquerque
In Shops: Nov 02, 2022
SRP: $3.99

After dodging the apocalypse, four Indigenous outcasts are past the point of no return on their audacious one-way, time travel mission to save the world by killing Christopher Columbus. Immersed in 1492 as an undercover crewman, Tad-a brilliant Lakota linguist and wildly unqualified avenger-must rally from the tragic consequences of his early actions on board and recommit to spilling the admiral’s blood before landfall. In the year 2112, ringleader Yellow Kid and headstrong Sosh encounter a haunting sign of Tad;s progress in the past, and back at the cave portal, Emily watches her back as her suspicion of Yellow Kid skyrockets.

Earthdivers #2

Blue Beetle Graduation Day will debut in English and Spanish

This November 29th, Jaime Reyes, a.k.a. DC’s Blue Beetle, will debut in a new solo comic book series from writer Josh Trujillo and artist Adrián Gutiérrez. The comic will be simultaneously available in both English and Spanish editions—fans can preorder the Spanish language edition of Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #1 with their local comic book shop. Make sure to get your pre-orders in before October 30th!

The six-issue series follows Jaime as he graduates from high school and attempts to figure out his future, responsibility to his Scarab, and what comes next for him as a Super Hero. Blue Beetle: Graduation Day will introduce new characters, like the Yellow Beetle, as well as familiar faces from across the DC Universe.

Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #1 features variant covers including Rafael Albuquerque, which is an homage to the original introduction of the character, and a papel picado insert designed by Ivan Plascencia featuring the Scarab Khaji Da, to celebrate Jaime’s solo series. The papel picado will be polybagged with a foil edition of the main cover by Gutiérrez and colorist Wil Quintana.

Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #1 by writer Josh Trujillo, artist Adrián Gutiérrez, colorist Wil Quintana and letterer Lucas Gattoni will publish on November 29 with a cover by Gutiérrez and Quintana and variant covers by Cully Hamner, Rafael Albuquerque, and David Marquez and Alejandro Sánchez.

English preview

Spanish preview

Preview: House of Slaughter #10

House of Slaughter #10

(W) James Tynion IV, Sam Johns (A) Werther Dell’Edera, Letizia Cadonici (CA) Rafael Albuquerque
In Shops: Oct 26, 2022
SRP: $3.99

After journeying through a watery hell, Edwin finally returns home to the House of Slaughter, but his problems might be just beginning…
New horrors loom in the next chapter of the epic adventure from the world of Something is Killing the Children!

House of Slaughter #10

New Horrors at Home in House of Slaughter #10

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at House of Slaughter #10, the next issue in the new ongoing original series set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning Something is Killing the Children, written by Something is Killing the Children co-creator James Tynion IV and co-writer Sam Johns, with art by rising star artist Letizia Cadonici and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Francesco Segala, and letterer AndWorld Design, the continuation of the story about a Scarlet Mask who steps up to a terrifying task, available on October 26, 2022. 

After journeying through a watery hell, Edwin finally returns home to the House of Slaughter, but his problems might be just beginning. New horrors loom in the next chapter of the epic adventure from the world of Something is Killing the Children!

House of Slaughter #10 features main and variant cover art by Rafael Albuquerque and series artist Dell’Edera with colors by Miquel Muerto, and variant cover art by André Lima Araújo, and Max Fiumara.

Fans can also collect a special Bodybag variant cover by renowned artist James Harren that will be polybagged and not publicly previewed. Each Bodybag variant cover will be limited to its initial print run and will not be reprinted or collected in any subsequent formats. 

House of Slaughter #10

Preview: Detective Comics #1065

Detective Comics #1065

(W) Ram V., Simon Spurrier (A) Rafael Albuquerque, Hayden Sherman (CA) Evan Cagle
In Shops: Oct 25, 2022
SRP: $4.99

The Orgham family has dramatically arrived after traumatic events at the docks in Gotham, and they are ready to reclaim the land that belongs under their name…an English surname you may better know as Arkham. As Bruce Wayne and the young Orgham prince Arzen discuss how they both want to change Gotham for the better, it seems Batman and the Orghams might have different ways to go about doing so…

Detective Comics #1065

Preview: Detective Comics #1064

Detective Comics #1064

(W) Ram V., Simon Spurrier (A) Rafael Albuquerque, Dani (CA) Evan Cagle
In Shops: Sep 27, 2022
SRP: $4.99

It’s a tango to the death as Batman dances with an old flame while trying not to catch on fire. Using the new information about “black noise,” Batman investigates the music box in his possession some more, which leads him to question whether music is actually able to contain physics-altering properties. Later, this theory is tested with Two-Face.

Detective Comics #1064

Legendary Fears and Monstrous Encounters in House of Slaughter #9

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at House of Slaughter #9, the next issue in the new ongoing original series set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning Something is Killing the Children, written by Something is Killing the Children co-creator James Tynion IV and co-writer Sam Johns, with art by rising star artist Letizia Cadonici and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Francesco Segala, and letterer AndWorld Design, the continuation of the story about a Scarlet Mask who steps up to a terrifying task, available 0n September 28, 2022. 

Edwin finally comes face-to-jaws with the legendary monster he’s been hunting – against all odds, will he be able to survive the encounter? Meanwhile, we return to the past, where a young child faces a very different kind of watery terror…

House of Slaughter #9 features main cover art by Rafael Albuquerque and series artist Dell’Edera with colors by Miquel Muerto, as well as variant cover art by rising star illustrators Lesle Kieu and Naomi Franquiz

House of Slaughter #9

Preview: House of Slaughter #8

House of Slaughter #8

(W) James Tynion IV, Sam Johns (A) Werther Dell’Edera, Letizia Cadonici (CA) Rafael Albuquerque
In Shops: Aug 31, 2022
SRP: $3.99

The SCARLET arc of House of Slaughter continues as Edwin’s search for a legendary monster goes horribly amiss.

Adrift on Lake Michigan, can Edwin survive with only the torn pages of his journal as makeshift S.O.S. notes? And what memories of his past cases will surface as he clings to life?

House of Slaughter #8

Preview: House of Slaughter #8

House of Slaughter #8

(W) James Tynion IV, Sam Johns (A) Werther Dell’Edera, Letizia Cadonici (CA) Rafael Albuquerque
In Shops: Aug 31, 2022
SRP: $3.99

The SCARLET arc of House of Slaughter continues as Edwin’s search for a legendary monster goes horribly amiss.

Adrift on Lake Michigan, can Edwin survive with only the torn pages of his journal as makeshift S.O.S. notes? And what memories of his past cases will surface as he clings to life?

House of Slaughter #8
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