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Fairsquare Comics’ Mutiny Magazine #1 Has Sold Out And Getting a New Printing

Mutiny Magazine #1 from FairSquare Comics has sold out at the distributor level on the very day the magazine issue became available, this past Wednesday, November 24th.

Mutiny Magazine is focused on diversity and inclusion and brings mainstream and indie comics together through original comic stories, interviews, and feature stories. Issue #1 debuted with four different covers from Darick Robertson, Gene Ha, Karen S. Darboe, and Marguerite Sauvage.

Mutiny Magazine #1 features interviews with top-tier comic creators: Garth Ennis, Stephanie Phillips, Ray-Anthony Height, Maria Llovet, and Sal Buscema. Original comic stories in the issue (with 50+ pages of content) are created by comic all-stars and on the-verge indie creators, including: Brandon Thomas, Steven Harris, Fabrice Sapolsky, Ibrahim Moustafa, Éric Hérenguel, Izzy Salhani, Alex Schumacher, Mark Stafford, and many more.

The issue also includes feature stories about Marvel’s What If…?, Felix the Cat, and much more.

The first issue will be sent back to press with a new cover and be offered in the January edition of PREVIEWS for a March release along with the second issue which will be released March 9, 2022.

Preview: Vampirella Archives Vol. 12

Vampirella Archives Vol. 12

Bill DuBay, Cary Bates, Bruce Jones, Chris Adames, Archie Goodwin, T. Casey Brennan, Roger McKenzie, Nicola Cuti, Jean Michel Martin, Pierce Askegren, Marc Laidlaw, Bob Toomey, Budd Lewis, Michael Fleisher, Laurie Sutton, Gerry Boudreau (w)
Pablo Marcos, Leo Duranona, Jose Ortiz, Martin Salvador, Sanjulian, Esteban Maroto, Gonzalo Mayo, Jose Gonzalez, Brian Lewis, Val Mayerik, Buz Vaultz, Jeff Easley, Kim McQuaite, Steven Harris, Jimmy Janes, Rudy Nebres, Auraleon, Abel Laxamana, Garcia Pizarro, Paul Gulacy, Val Lakey, John Lakey, Noly Zamora, Alex Nino, Terrence Lindall, Jun Lofamia, Enrich (a)
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FC • 400+ pages • $49.99 • Teen+

The terror continues in the fear-fraught twelfth volume of Vampirella Archives! This collection revisits some of the finest tales of horror hostess Vampirella ever seen in the Warren Publishing library, plus a delightfully devilish selection of the era’s best horror and science fiction stories. With space pirates, mermaids, bloodsuckers, and renegade wizards running amok within these pages, fearless readers will thrill to the creative talents of such horror luminaries as Archie Goodwin, Bruce Jones, Jose Gonzalez, Bill DuBay, and many more. This edition of Vampirella Archives collects Vampirella Magazine #80-88, and features a wealth of bonus materials from a bygone era, including the “Feary Tales” feature on urban legends, the monthly “Scarlet Letters” column, “Vampi’s Vault” of creator biographies and literary reviews, and intact vintage
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Preview – Voltron #11

VOLTRON #11

32 pages FC •  $3.99  •  Teen +
Written by Brandon Thomas
Art by N. Steven Harris
Cover by Sean Chen

Commander Keith and Princess Allura love each other very much, and have done their best to remain committed to one another despite being constantly pulled away by their larger responsibilities to the Voltron Force and the planet Arus. But their best is no longer good enough, and they’re both beginning to suspect that they don’t know everything there is to know about each other. That perhaps they’re both keeping secrets for the so- called “greater good,” that if revealed, could tear them apart forever. The shocks keep coming in “Double Blind,” and it’s apparent that this relationship is yet another thing at risk in this brave new world…

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Preview – Voltron #10

VOLTRON #10

32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by BRANDON THOMAS  
Art by N. STEVEN HARRIS
Cover by SEAN CHEN

The Voltron Force is BACK ON ARUS! Unfortunately for our heroes, and the planet that changed their lives forever, they’ve only returned to stop their new adversary from smashing the capital city into the ground. It’s Voltron vs. Voltron in their biggest battle yet, and not everyone walks away from it unscathed! And with what Keith has just learned about a threat older and greater than Doom and Arus put together, it’s clear to him that this “evil Voltron” is only the beginning of the horrors to come. “Ten Lions” concludes with a revelation even bigger than King Zarkon’s death, and paves the way for “Plan V”…

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Preview – Voltron #9

VOLTRON #9

32 pages FC  • $3.99  •  Teen +
Written by BRANDON THOMAS
Art by N. STEVEN HARRIS  
Cover by SEAN CHEN

The planet formally known as Doom and the Earth now share a common enemy—one capable of defeating Voltron in open combat and knocking down any planet that gets in its way. Commander Keith knows exactly who’s behind it all, and he’s got his prime suspect locked in a small windowless room for the next two hours. So Keith must decide exactly how far he’s willing to go to find the truth, and he’s got to decide quick. Because their new enemy is closing in on its next target, and even though Arus has endured much in the past, surviving “Ten Lions” might not be in its future…

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