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Preview: Killers #3 (of 5)

KILLERS #3 (of 5)

Written by B. CLAY MOORE
Art by FERNANDO DAGNINO
Colors by JOSÉ VILLARRUBIA
Letters by JEFF POWELL
Cover A by JONBOY MEYERS
Cover B by LARRY STROMAN with ROB STULL and ULISES ARREOLA
Cover C by YANNICK CORBOZ
Cover D by CULLY HAMNER
Preorder Edition by WHILCE PORTACIO with RAYMUND LEE
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | On sale SEPTEMBER 18th

The unstoppable marksman, Sights, joins the carnage! But where does his allegiance lie?

Can you trust a superninja with a mind broken by MI6? Just ask the Undisciple.

The high-octane battle royale continues as the Killers tear each other apart in a competition like no other!

KILLERS #3 (of 5)

Preview: Killers #2 (of 5)

KILLERS #2 (of 5)

Written by B. CLAY MOORE
Art by FERNANDO DAGNINO
Colors by JOSÉ VILLARRUBIA
Letters by JEFF POWELL
Cover Aby JONBOY MEYERS
Cover Bby SANFORD GREENE
Cover C by FERNANDO DAGNINO
Cover D by JOHN K. SNYDER III
Pre-Order Editionby WHILCE PORTACIO with RAYMUND LEE
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | On sale AUGUST 28th

What’s mightier, the superninja or the rocket launcher?

Ninjas are virtually fearless, but what can cut straight to their core and make them tremble? Enter: Ninja-F!

Featuring the first appearance of the mysterious woman named Snapdragon!

KILLERS #2 (of 5)

Preview: Gears of War: The Rise of RAAM #4

Gears of War: The Rise of RAAM #4

Story: Kurtis Wiebe
Art: Max Dunbar
Color: Jose Luis Rio
Letterer: Gilberto Lazcano
Cover A: Ryan Brown
Cover B: Whilce Portacio, Raymund Lee
Cover RI: Whilce Portacio
Editor: Denton J. Tipton
Editorial Assistance: Peter Adrian Behravesh

One of the most iconic villains of the Gears of War universe takes the spotlight! Years before he became the bane of humanity on Emergence Day, RAAM rose through the ranks to take leadership of the Locust Horde armies thanks to his intelligence, strength, and ruthlessness. Now, witness that swift and brutal ascent in… The Rise of RAAM!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Review: Blood and Dust #1

ALTERNATE Issue 1 Cover copyJudd Glenny is the first American vampire, once he terrorized the West as its most fearsome predator, but for more than 40 years now he’s spent his days in peace, reduced to little more than babysitter for his own vampire offspring. But when the evil that lives in the swamp surrounding the small backwater town he calls home gets ahold of one of Judd’s great grand-kids, everything changes.

Blood and Dust #1 is a Southern style vampire tale with a slight shot old B science fiction movies. While the premiere issue is a little slow, it is all the better for it. Writers Michael R. Martin and Adam J. Orndorf manage to bring in Judd’s violent history to light, as one his grand-kids go missing.

While there is this odd Southern Gothic feel to the art style, the comic is bolstered by the dark atmosphere of the issue. There is a clear absent of lightness in either story or art (so far). Judd’s vampiric transformation is only seen in one panel, but it brings on a clear physical change and something I look forward to seeing more of.

Story: Michael R. Martin , Adam J. Orndorf Art: Raymund Lee, Roy Allan Martinez, Kel Nuttall
Story: 8.5 Art: 9 Overall: 8.75 Recommendation: Buy

Action Lab Entertainment provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: Bolts #3

BOLTS #3

Writer(s): Michael R. Martin, Adam J. Orndorf
Artist Name(s): Roy Allen Martinez, Raymund Lee (colors), Kel Nuttall (letters)
Cover Artist(s):) Brett Weldele (cover A), Roy Allen Martinez (cover B variant – limited to 1500)
32 pages/ Rated M / FC
$3.99 (reg)/ $4.99(var)

Frank and his companions find themselves on a road laden with mystery, as every town they pass through is burned to the ground, abandoned. Once they reach a populated town, Frank wonders why the townspeople seem uneasy around him. Intrigue and danger loom around every corner as Frank and his companions finally reach civilization. Lines are drawn and friendships are challenged as Frank faces a new threat in the stunning conclusion to this first arc!

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Preview: Blood and Dust: The Life and Undeath of Judd Glenny #1

BLOOD AND DUST: THE LIFE AND UNDEATH OF JUDD GLENNY #1

Writer(s): Michael R. Martin, Adam J. Orndorf
Artist Name(s): Roy Allen Martinez, Raymund Lee (colors), Kel Nuttall (letters)
Cover Artist(s):) Brett Weldele (cover A), Roy Allen Martinez (cover B variant – limited to 1500)
32 pages/ Rated M / FC
$3.99 (reg)/ $4.99(var)

Judd Glenny is the first American vampire, once he terrorized the West as its most fearsome predator, but for more than 40 years now he’s spent his days in peace, reduced to little more than babysitter for his own vampire offspring. But when the evil that lives in the swamp surrounding the small backwater town he calls home gets ahold of one of Judd’s great grandkids, everything changes.

Judd Glenny is the first American vampire, once he terrorized the West as its most fearsome predator, but for more than 40 years now he’s spent his days in peace, reduced to little more than babysitter for his own vampire offspring. But when the evil that lives in the swamp surrounding the small backwater town he calls home gets ahold of one of Judd’s great grandkids, everything changes.Blood & Dust mixes gothic horror with lush monstrous imagery that is sure to appeal to fans of vampires, swamp creatures and the macabre!

Blood & Dust mixes gothic horror with lush monstrous imagery that is sure to appeal to fans of vampires, swamp creatures and the macabre!

ALTERNATE Issue 1 Cover copy

Review: Bad Moon Rising # 5

BadMoonCoverA few days ago I said I had five to one odds on the Werewolf Biker Gang. I wish I could really have made that bet with my bookie, because I’d be going to Disney Land right now.

Bad Moon Rising #5 is pure fun, with lots of action, a good storyline, and a host of indelible characters. The visuals are on point, capturing every snarl and bone-crushing maul in darkened vivid detail. Don’t believe me? Check out the two page spread below.

In this issue, the Lunar Cyclers go out on a midnight prowl, but come up against some local resistance. The townsfolk, tiring of the outfit’s thieving raids, plan to fight back. Brimming with over confidence in their gleaming automatic weaponry, they set out to meet their most assured supernatural doom. I’d feel bad for them, but it’s not like they weren’t warned to load up with silver bullets.

Meanwhile, Hanlon, our much wiser hero protagonist, and his new teammate, a grizzled, nembutal pill popping, subject matter expert on werewolf killing, band together to put an end to the werewolf biker crew.

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So what are you waiting for? Hop on your “original fifty-seven straight leg rigid” and ride out to the comic book store. If you missed the first four print issues, good luck finding them; but hey, we live in the digital world … there are other options out there. And when you pick #5 up, don’t forget about the extras found within the 451 Burn card.

Story: Scott Rosenberg Adapted: Brandon Easton Pencils: Ty Dazo
 Colors: RV Fuentes & Raymund Lee Letters & Inks: Eugenio Perez Jr.
Story: 9 Art: 9 Overall: 9 Recommendation: Buy