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Preview: The Lost Boys #6

The Lost Boys #6

(W) Tim Seeley (A) Scott Godlewski (CA) Tony Harris
In Shops: Mar 08, 2017
SRP: $3.99

Things have gone from bad to worse as the true plot of the Blood Belles has been revealed. Stakes are high, but they’ll need to be brought low if Sam, Michael and the Frog Brothers want to get out of this predicament. The comic book sequel to the cult classic vampire movie comes to a bloody conclusion!

 

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Preview: The Lost Boys #5

The Lost Boys #5

(W) Tim Seeley (A) Scott Godlewski (CA) Tony Harris
In Shops: Feb 08, 2017
SRP: $3.99

The Blood Belles reveal their true reason for coming to Santa Carla: unleashing a vampire threat unlike anything the world has ever seen. If you thought lost boys were bad, wait until these girls get their way.

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Preview: The Lost Boys #4

The Lost Boys #4

(W) Tim Seeley (A) Scott Godlewski (CA) Tony Harris
In Shops: Jan 11, 2017
SRP: $3.99

Star has rejoined the vampires, the Frog Brothers are M.I.A. and David’s kidnapped Michael to appease the Blood Belles. It looks like it’s up to Sam and the mysterious musical muscleman known as the Believer to save the day. Those dirty bloodsuckers better get ready for some sweet tunes!

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Preview: The Lost Boys #3

The Lost Boys #3

(W) Tim Seeley (A) Scott Godlewski (CA) Tony Harris
In Shops: Dec 14, 2016
SRP: $3.99

It’s getting to be so a guy can’t go out on a Friday night in Santa Carla without somebody trying to sink their teeth into his neck! The Blood Belles are wreaking havoc across town. The Frog Brothers are missing, Star has run away, and Sam and Michael are one step ahead of having their blood drained. Only the mysterious vamp hunter known as the Believer can help them now!

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Preview: The Lost Boys #2

The Lost Boys #2

Written by: Tim Seeley
Art by: Scott Godlewski
Cover by: Tony Harris

The comic book sequel to everyone’s favorite blood-and-fangs flick continues. The Frog Bros. have a beef with the new vampires in town, and now they’re on an unholy mission to show the Blood Belles that they picked the wrong turf to try to set up shop. Will these teenage boys be any match for the deadliest undead ladies to ever terrorize Santa Carla? We think you know the answer to that, Death Breath!

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Preview: Earth 2 Society #17

Earth 2 Society #17

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Bruno Redondo
Cover by: Bruno Redondo
Variant cover by: Tony Harris

Earth-2 is dead! Following the climactic battle with Ultra-Humanite and his super-powered army, a handful of the Wonders awaken in a twilight limbo. Are they the only ones to have survived? Has their desperate gambit to save their world ended in total disaster?

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Preview: The Lost Boys #1

The Lost Boys #1

Written by: Tim Seeley
Art by: Scott Godlewski
Cover by: Tony Harris
Variant cover by: Joelle Jones

The stakes are raised in this nostalgic and unstoppable sequel to the ’80s cult classic vampire film, The Lost Boys. Veteran horror writers Tim Seeley (GRAYSON, NIGHTWING, Hack/Slash), and Scott Godlewski (THE DARK & BLOODY, Copperhead) deliver a gruesome and stylish return to the bloody boardwalks and big hair of 1987!

Santa Carla, California is on edge. The eccentric coastal town and haven for the undead was finally returning to “normal” after its last supernatural scuffle left the local coven’s head vampire dead and gave newcomers Michael and Sam Emerson a housewarming both violent and bizarre. Now the brothers must once again team up with militant vampire hunters Edgar and Allan Frog when a new gang of ruthless, stunning, life-sucking nightcrawlers known as the Blood Belles emerges from the aftermath to collect Michael’s love interest and their lost sister, Star.

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NYCC 2016: AfterShock Announces Blood Blister and Animosity: The Rise

At New York Comic Con 2016, AfterShock Comics announced two new series during their panel. The two series will debut in January and you can find out more details below!

BLOOD BLISTER #1

Written by: Phil Hester
Art by: Tony Harris
Inked by: Eric Layton
Colored by: Guy Major
Cover by: Tony Harris
$3.99/ 32 pages / Color/ On-Sale January 4th

Sin is a joke to Brandon Hull. Morality a crutch for the weak, laws mere tools to be abused. But when the corruption he scoffed at begins to manifest on his once-perfect body, Hull finds himself cast into a hidden world of unspeakable horror from which there is no escape. How can you be saved when the evil possessing you is your own soul? Opening a jarring window on to a world of horror.

Opening a jarring window on to a world of horror from the writer of The Coffin, Firebreather, and Deathstroke and the Eisner Award-winning artist of Ex-Machina and Starman.

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ANIMOSITY: THE RISE (one-shot)

Written by: Marguerite Bennett
Art by: Juan Doe
Cover by: Juan Doe
$3.99/ 32 pages / Color/ On-Sale January 18th

“The Animals thought, spoke, and took revenge. The dust has settled and the blood dried, but a new force is rising in the West, ready to help Animal-kind seize power in the dark new world to come…”

Spinning out from Marguerite Bennett’s hit new series ANIMOSITY is this special one-shot, illustrated by AMERICAN MONSTER’s very own Juan Doe! Witness the devastating effects of “The Wake” and how it affected other parts of the world on that terrifying day!

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The Lost Boys Gets a Comic Sequel from Vertigo

The Lost Boys never grow old, never die, and have a new miniseries from Vertigo on behalf of Warner Bros. Consumer Products hitting shelves October 12. The stakes are high in this nostalgic and unstoppable sequel to the ’80s cult classic vampire film. Featuring the surviving characters from the film, The Lost Boys comic book is being crafted by horror veterans, writer Tim Seeley and artists Scott Godlewski and Patricia Mulvihill, with covers by Tony Harris. The team will deliver a gruesome and stylish return to the bloody boardwalks and big hair of 1987.

Santa Carla, California, is on edge. The eccentric coastal town and haven for the undead was finally returning to “normal” after its last supernatural scuffle left the local vampire coven’s leader dead and gave newcomers Michael and Sam Emerson a housewarming both violent and bizarre. Now the brothers must once again team up with militant vampire hunters Edgar and Allan Frog as a new gang of ruthless, stunning, life-sucking nightcrawlers known as the Blood Belles emerges from the aftermath to collect Michael’s love interest and their lost sister, Star.

The first issue of this monthly miniseries from Vertigo hits shelves on October 12.

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Review: Star Wars Special: C-3PO #1

Star_Wars_Special_C-3PO_coverHow did C-3PO get his red arm?! If you watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens I’m sure that’s a question you had on your mind after seeing C-3PO (and then he gets his classic arm back at the end, another story). In Star Wars Special: C-3PO #1, we get the story behind the red arm and the answer is just… ok.

The comic is not bad at all, it’s just not very fulfilling in many ways. The story is a one-shot, so get this and you’re done, and it definitely answers the question on how C-3PO got the arm. It’s just the comic doesn’t have much heft to it, and compared to the rest of Marvel’s Star Wars comic output, it is far short in quality. Writer James Robinson does have some interesting nuggets here when it comes to the various droids involved in the story, there’s some fun moments and it adds a little bit to droids in the Star Wars Universe.

The art by Tony Harris is generally lacking with a style that doesn’t quite work. As an indie story it’d work, even a non-cannon fun short it’d work, but for this story something doesn’t click for me. Not sure exactly why that is, but there’s something just missing when it comes to the art. Possibly the action, the dread, the style doesn’t quite fit the tone.

The comic would have worked much better as a series of shorts in the back of some other issues, but on its own, it doesn’t quite work. There’s unfortunately not much there to really justify the comic or make it exciting. Marvel has been full of hits when it comes to their various Star Wars comics, but this one is definitely a miss.

Story: James Robinson Art: Tony Harris
Story: 6.7 Art: 6.8 Overall: 6.75 Recommendation: Pass

Marvel provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

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