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Preview: Specter Inspectors

Specter Inspectors

(W) Bowen McCurdy, Kaitlyn Musto (A/CA) Bowen McCurdy
In Shops: Oct 13, 2021
SRP: $14.99

Meet true believer Noa, her cynical little sibling Gus, credulous camera man Ko, and skeptical Astrid. Together they head to one of the most haunted towns in America to prove that ghosts exist, armed with little more than their wits, their cell phones, and an EMF reader they bought online.

Their investigations uncover more than a few cool social media posts. Relationships will be put to the test, as century-old sinister secrets of the town itself are revealed!

Bowen McCurdy (The Long Way Home) & rising star Kaitlyn Musto introduce the Spector Inspectors, everyone’s favorite new internet ghost hunter sensations.

Collects Specter Inspectors #1-5.

Specter Inspectors

Preview: Specter Inspectors #5 (of 5)

Specter Inspectors #5 (of 5)

(W) Bowen McCurdy, Kaitlyn Musto (A/CA) Bowen McCurdy
In Shops: Jun 30, 2021
SRP: $4.99

FINAL ISSUE

Thanks to demons and ghosts, Cape Grace is living up to its reputation as the most haunted town in the USA.

But now Gus, Ko, Astrid, and Noa are beginning to suspect local clergyman, Father Lucas Von Brandt, and his congregation may not be what they claim to be.

Can the Specter Inspectors save Cape Grace from itself… without making the ultimate sacrifice?

Specter Inspectors #5 (of 5)

Save Cape Grace from Itself in Spector Inspectors #5

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Specter Inspectors #5, the final issue in the original five-issue series, created and written by Bowen McCurdy and rising star Kaitlyn Musto, with art by McCurdy and letters by Jim Campbell, about a group of social media-savvy ghost hunters who seek out supernatural hot spots in order to answer the ultimate question. . . are ghosts even real?! Available on June 30, 2021.

Thanks to demons and ghosts, Cape Grace is living up to its reputation as the most haunted town in the USA. But now Gus, Ko, Astrid, and Noa are beginning to suspect local clergyman, Father Lukas Von Brandt, and his congregation may not be what they claim to be. Can the Specter Inspectors save Cape Grace from itself… without making the ultimate sacrifice?

Specter Inspectors #5 features main cover art by series artist Bowen McCurdy and variant cover art by fan favorite artist Erica Henderson.

SPECTER INSPECTORS #5

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It’s a new week and we have a lot coming at you on the site. We’ve got a packed week of reviews, interviews, unboxings, and more! We’re kicking off the day with news and reviews from around the web you might have missed this weekend.

KRGV – Records: Edinburg assistant principal admits to stealing $400 worth of comic books from McAllen store – Sigh. So, like one new issue?

The Beat – A Year of Free Comics: Will GEMINI JOURNEY land a fantasy job? – Free Comics!

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That Hashtag Show – Specter Inspectors #3
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Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Way of X #1

Wednesdays (and now Tuesdays) 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 choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

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

Alien #2 (Marvel) – The first issue was solid bringing the Alien world to Marvel. It was both familiar and new and has us excited as the aliens are loose!

Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point #1 (DC Comics) – The two properties have crossed over in video games and now we get the comic version. It’s an interesting start that plays more to fans of the game than comic readers.

Girls of Dimension 13 #1 (AfterShock) – Four young women are invited to live in a building in NYC. That building has a portal to twelve other dimensions. A malevolent being known as Abraxis is on the other side and the women are all that stands in its way.

Guerilla Green (BOOM! Studios) – A graphic novel about a guerilla gardening movement. It’s a unique topic for a graphic novel, so score some points with that alone.

Hana-Chan & the Shape of the World (Yen Press) – Collecting six short manga from 2018 and 2019, the stories are fun, cute, with fantastic art. Great for all ages.

Jonna and the Unpossible Monsters #2 (Oni Press) – Rainbow has finally found her sister, Jonna, after a year of searching. But, being on her own, Jonna is a bit feral. Will she remember her sister?

Lovesickness: Junji Ito Story Collection (VIZ Media) – Collecting ten stories from Junji Ito!

The Many Deaths of Laila Starr #1 (BOOM! Studios) – With humanity on the verge of discovering immortality, the avatar of Death is fired and relegated to the world below to live out her now-finite days in the body of twenty-something Laila Starr in Mumbai.

The Mighty Valkyries #1 (Marvel) – The Valkyries must redefine their role and we want to see what Marvel does with this group now.

Old Guard: Tales Through Time #1 (Image Comics) – A new anthology set in the world of The Old Guard. The series has a rotating cast of creators delivering their own spin.

Specter Inspectors #3 (BOOM! Studios) – It’s a fun ghosthunting series.

Stray Dogs #3 (Image Comics) – The first two issues have been amazing mixing Don Bluth-like art with a murder mystery.

Ultramega #2 (Image Comics) – The debut delivered over-the-top kaiju action and an unexpected ending. We want to see where the series is going.

Unikorn #1 (Scout Comics/Scoot) – Mae inherits a horse from her mother… that’s really a unicorn? Discover the truth in this journey of healing.

Way of X #1 (Marvel) – There’s been a lingering sinister aspect to Krakoa and the new X-Men status-quo. Nightcrawler steps up to take on the mutants’ inner-darkness.

You Promised Me Darkness #1 (Behemoth Comics) – Gaining special auras from Halley’s Comet, two siblings are on the run from an evil being known as the “Anti-everything” that feeds on these special auras.

Preview: Specter Inspectors #3 (of 5)

Specter Inspectors #3 (of 5)

(W) Bowen McCurdy, Kaitlyn Musto (A/CA) Bowen McCurdy
In Shops: Apr 21, 2021
SRP: $4.99

The Specter Inspectors dive deeper into the history of the most haunted town in America by agreeing to be locked-in overnight in the museum.

Let’s be honest, it wasn’t their best idea.

Now it’s just the gang and the ghosts… in an old house that doesn’t give up its secrets easily.

But who are the mysterious watchers who’ve been tailing the gang… and what’s their connection to Astrid?

Specter Inspectors #3 (of 5)

Specter Inspectors #1 Gets a New Printing After Selling Out

BOOM! Studios has announced that Specter Inspectors #1, the first issue of the original five-issue series from comics creators Bowen McCurdy, rising star Kaitlyn Musto, and letterer Jim Campbell about a group of social media-savvy ghost hunters who seek out supernatural hot spots has sold out at the distributor level!

In response to the overwhelming support from retailers and fans, BOOM! Studios has announced Specter Inspectors #1 Second Printing, featuring brand new cover art by Kaitlyn Musto, available in stores April 21, 2021.

True believer Noa, her cynical little sibling Gus, credulous camera man Ko, and Noa’s skeptical best friend (and secret crush) Astrid head to one of the most haunted towns in America to prove that ghosts exist, for all the social media likes! The investigations of hauntings uncover something more devilish than just a couple of ghosts, something that will put Noa and Astrid’s relationship to the test… and reveal the centuries-old sinister secrets of the town itself.

Read our review of the first issue.

Specter Inspectors #1 Second Printing

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Proctor Valley Road #1

Wednesdays (and now Tuesdays) 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 choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

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

Batman: Urban Legends #1 (DC Comics) – An anthology featuring top talent taking on the world of Batman? Yeah, we’re in for this one.

Blade Runner Origins #1 (Titan Comics) – Discover the origin of the Blade Runners in this brand-new series!

Blue, Barry, & Pancakes (First Second) – A cute graphic novel geared towards young readers with lessons about friendship and listening.

Children of the Atom #1 (Marvel) – This series has been a long-time coming. The covers and art has hinted at a group that has a lot of inspiration from classic X-Men characters but what’s their deal? It’s not what we expected and a solid mystery.

Eternals #3 (Marvel) – The characters are coming to the big screen and this series is clearly an attempt to re-introduce them to the Marvel comic universe. So far, it’s been an interesting start though a little scattered in focus. The art has stood out as amazing though.

The Joker #1 (DC Comics) – We’ll admit, we were a bit skeptical about this one when announced but the first issue is a solid setup that has us excited for more.

Karmen #1 (Image Comics) – Guillem March’s series comes to Image as five single issues.

Maiden #1 (Heavy Metal) – A tale of revenge from Heavy Metal featuring Michelle Sears and Bart Sears!

Maniac of New York #2 (AfterShock) – The first issue knocked it out of the park. A film-like serial killer exists and terrorizes New York City. This is the story of the two cops looking to bring it down.

Mighty Morphin #5 (BOOM! Studios) – The origin of the new Green Ranger!

Minerva’s Map Key to a Perfect Apocalypse #1 (Lev Gleason – New Friday) – Don’t know much about this beyond the description. Minerva has been hired to locate two ancient, otherworldly items. Kind of has an Indiana Jones vibe about it.

Non-Stop Spider-Man #1 (Marvel) – A new Spider-Man comic? Sure, we’re interested in seeing what makes it different.

Nottingham #1 (Mad Cave Studios) – A new take on the classic story of Robin Hood. Read our review.

Proctor Valley Road #1 (BOOM! Studios) – During a “Spook Tour”, students goes missing and a rescue for them begins.

Scout’s Honor #3 (AfterShock) – The series so far has been an interesting spin on an apocalyptic world with some solid underlying themes. We want to see where it all goes.

Serial #2 (Abstract Studios) – Zoe is on the hunt for a serial killer hiding in plain sight in her community. The first issue threw out a lot of concepts, this second issue begins to bring them together.

Sh*tshow #2 (Scout Comics) – A big bad destroyed almost all of the world’s superheroes and now it’s back to snuff out the rest. Can those traumatized about the first battle stand against this world threat?

Space Bastards #3 (Humanoids) – The series is full of over-the-top violence and humor and each issue has left a smile on our face.

Specter Inspectors #2 (BOOM! Studios) – We expected the first issue to be a spoof of ghosthunting shows but the debut delivered something different and very entertaining.

Thor and Loki: Double Trouble #1 (Marvel) – Mariko Tamaki and Gurihiru are back together for another fun adventure!

Preview: Specter Inspectors #2 (of 5)

Specter Inspectors #2 (of 5)

(W) Bowen McCurdy, Kaitlyn Musto (A/CA) Bowen McCurdy
In Shops: Mar 10, 2021
SRP: $4.99

After encountering a real (after) life demon while looking for ghosts in the most haunted town in America, Noa, Ko, Gus, and Astrid are on the hunt for this particular devil’s true name, to try and free Astrid from its demonic influence.

But they might just uncover more about the dark truth about idyllic Cape Grace, and the secrets surrounding its famous founding Mayor while they’re at it…

Specter Inspectors #2 (of 5)
Almost American
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