writer: Max Bemis artist: Ruairí Coleman covers: Rahzzah (A), Jorge Fornés (B), Brian Level (C) Brian Level (RI-Virgin), Jorge Fornés (RI-B/W), Brian Level (RI-B/W) FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Superhero Adventure | Teen+
Get into the groove…the bad groove! Terror meets his grooviest villain yet in this back flashin’, fist smashin’, non-stop action trip through the life of a criminal and back again, with justice being served left and right! Get in the groove… the BAD GROOVE!
Black Terror’s trusty sidekick gets his own story!
Imagine being born with the memories of a life you haven’t lived yet, a life of crime fighting and adventuring, only to find out that no one believes you and, honestly, couldn’t care less. This is the story of Black Terror’s trusted sidekick…TIM! (It’s just Tim.)
(W) Matthew Rosenberg (A) Paolo Villanelli, Ruairi Coleman (CA) Will Sliney Rated T In Shops: Dec 04, 2019 SRP: $3.99
ONE AGAINST A WORLD
• Jedi Master Eno Cordova will have to use all his wits and training if he hopes to survive the mysteries of the Dark Temple! • Meanwhile Jedi Padawan Cere Junda strikes a blow in the hopes of ending the battle with the Daa Corporation’s army. But was it too late? • If Cordova and Junda hope to survive they’re going to need to get off Ontotho. And they can’t do that alone! • It all ends here! Read the shocking conclusion to the epic comic series featuring characters from the videogame STAR WARS JEDI: FALLEN ORDER.
The Nemesis of Crime is back in a new limited series by writer Max Bemis this October!
In this series, Bob Benton aka the Black Terror, is living in the 1970s and contending with his post-war mental health as well as the rapidly evolving social landscape around him. Say Anything band frontman and acclaimed comics writer Bemis is joined by artists Matt Gaudio and Ruairí Coleman. Rounding out the team on colors and letters are Brittany Pezzillo and Taylor Esposito.
Each issue of the series acts as both the next chapter and a standalone deep dive into the Black Terror’s life and the chaotic 1970s setting. Fans can expect to see Black Terror’s infamous plain-named sidekick Tim, cult leaders, mobsters, experimental drugs and more. Bemis has described the title as a bit of an Alan Moore take, but less depressing and with some 70s Batman DNA.
Dating back to the Golden Age, the Black Terror was created in 1941 by Richard E. Hughes and Don Gabrielson. Under the hero’s stark costume is pharmacist Bob Benton, who developed a formula which granted him powers. Often joined by his sidekick Tim, the pair vowed to stamp out evil during the war. Such legendary creators as Batman artist and Joker creator Jerry Robinson and world-renowned novelist Patricia Highsmith contributed to his original stories. His tales continue today in series published by Dynamite.
This terrific tale is wrapped in terrifying covers by some of the best artists in comics. Actually, they aren’t too scary. Francesco Francavilla contributes the most haunting of the bunch. While Jorge Fornés has some fun with the skull & crossbones emblem for some pirate-themed fun. David Nakayama inspires some terror with his cover. Erica Henderson has Mr. Benton flying high. Adam Gorham rounds out the superpowered squad with a brooding rooftop Terror.
writer: Amy Chu artist: Edu Menna covers: Stuart Sayger (A), Ruairí Coleman (B), Rodney Buchemi (C), Photo Cover (D) Stuart Sayger (RI-Virgin), Ruairí Coleman (RI-B/W), Rodney Buchemi (RI-B/W) FC | 32 pages | Rock ‘n’ Roll | $3.99 | Teen+
Jay and Mania’s cross-time, KISS chasing adventure continues as they track down the hard rocking band of thieves to retrieve the Demon King’s sword and attempt to keep Jay’s soul from being permanently trapped in the barren desert known as The Waste Land!
writer: Amy Chu artist: Edu Menna covers: Stuart Sayger (A), Ruairí Coleman (B), Pasquale Qualano (C), Photo Cover (D) Stuart Sayger (RI-Virgin), Ruairí Coleman (RI-B/W), Pasquale Qualano (RI-B/W) FC | 32 pages | Rock ‘n’ Roll | $3.99 | Teen+
Jay thought his life was pretty normal until he died. Now, with the help of a mysterious girl named Mania, Jay is tracking down the members of KISS at the behest of the Demon King! And if you think that is metal, just wait until we get to the part about the Wasteland!
writers: Chad Bowers, Chris Sims artist: Ruairí Coleman cover: Ken Haeser FC | 128 pages | $19.99 | Teen+
KISS is on top of the world and rocking faces until the night disciples of The Destroyer show up and the band disappears. Now, with the KISS tour canceled, a young Ash misses one of the most important events of his life that will change his destiny. Now the Chosen One has to get back on the right path and join the KISS/ARMY OF DARKNESS!
writer: Kyle Starks artist: Chris Schweizer covers: Anthony Marques (A), Ruairí Coleman (B), Eoin Marron (C), Robert Hack (D), Chris Schweizer (E-Sub) Anthony Marques (RI-Virg), Ruairí Coleman (RI-B/W), Robert Hack (RI-Virg), Chris Schweizer (RI-B/W) FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+
When things may be at their lowest, Spencer Carbutt may just become the man that his father has been trying to make him amidst all of the explosions and meltings and giant insects making a mess of all types of infrastructure. Make sure you grab yourself a copy of the conclusion to the rootinest, tootinest, Martian-shootin’est comic book you did ever dang see!
writer: Kyle Starks artist: Chris Schweizer covers: Kyle Smart (A), Ruairí Coleman (B), Eoin Marron (C), Robert Hack (D), Chris Schweizer (E-Sub) Kyle Smart (RI-Virg), Ruairí Coleman (RI-B/W), Robert Hack (RI-Virg), Chris Schweizer (RI-B/W) FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+
Running from a bunch of wild Martians with nothing better to do than leave you a smoking pile of ash and having a good laugh about it will leave a man in need of some rest. When Spencer and the Major find a place to lay low for a while, they encounter a threat of a non-spaceman variety and things are going to get real tense!