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Preview: Punisher Kill Krew #4 (of 5)

Punisher Kill Krew #4 (of 5)

(W) Gerry Duggan (A) Juan Ferreyra (CA) Tony Moore
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Oct 23, 2019
SRP: $3.99

THE KREW IS COMPLETE!

• Frank recruits the Black Knight for his mission of vengeance!
• With the help of the Black Knight’s Ebony Blade, the Krew closes in on their last target.
• The closer they get to the end, the more dangerous the mission becomes…

Punisher Kill Krew #4 (of 5)

Preview: Punisher Kill Krew #3 (of 5)

Punisher Kill Krew #3 (of 5)

(W) Gerry Duggan (A) Juan Ferreyra (CA) Tony Moore
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Sep 25, 2019
SRP: $3.99

THE KREW GROWS!

• With the unstoppable Juggernaut by his side, Frank is deadlier than ever!
• With Foggy Nelson by his side, Frank is… well represented within the legal system?
• The Punisher’s merry band of killers (and lawyer) continue their mission of vengeance, but true danger looms right around the corner…

Punisher Kill Krew #3 (of 5)

Preview: Punisher Kill Krew #2 (of 5)

Punisher Kill Krew #2 (of 5)

(W) Gerry Duggan (A) Juan Ferreyra (CA) Tony Moore
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Sep 11, 2019
SRP: $3.99

HAVE GOAT, WILL TRAVEL!

• The Punisher stole Thor’s goat and is traversing the Ten Realms on a mission of vengeance.
• But the first stop is…Counter-Earth???
• Frank’s picked up some unlikely allies. Now if only he can keep them alive…

Punisher Kill Krew #2 (of 5)

Preview: Punisher Kill Krew #1 (of 5)

Punisher Kill Krew #1 (of 5)

(W) Gerry Duggan (A) Juan Ferreyra (CA) Tony Moore
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Aug 14, 2019
SRP: $3.99

ONE MAN. TEN REALMS. TOTAL WAR!

During the War of the Realms, Frank Castle made a promise of vengeance, and Frank Castle keeps his promises.

A van full of orphans is about to make that promise a lot more complicated.

How does a man kill gods and monsters?

Punisher Kill Krew #1 (of 5)

Marvel Reveals Upcoming Series and Covers for July

Today, Marvel released a special edition of The Pull List, unveiling exclusive information for titles coming to comic shops this July! The episode shared details on writer Jonathan Hickman’s new direction for the X-Men; trouble for Rocket in “Guardians of the Galaxy”; The Thing and Hulk clash in “Fantastic Four”; and new series “Punisher Kill Krew #1” and “Loki #1.”

HOUSE OF X #1 (of 6)

Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN
Art by PEPE LARRAZ
Colors by MARTE GRACIA
Cover by PEPE LARRAZ

FACE THE FUTURE

Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman (SECRET WARS, AVENGERS, FANTASTIC FOUR) takes the reins of the X-Men universe! Since the release of Uncanny X-Men #1, there have been four seminal moments in the history of the X-Men. Giant-Sized X-Men. X-Men. Age of Apocalypse. New X-Men. Four iconic series that introduced a new era for Marvel’s mutants and revolutionized the X-Men. In House of X, Charles Xavier reveals his master plan for mutantkind…one that will bring mutants out of the shadow of mankind and into the light once more.

HOUSE OF X #1 (of 6)

POWERS OF X #1 (of 6)

Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN
Art by R.B. SILVA
Colors by MARTE GRACIA
Cover by R.B. SILVA

FEAR THE FUTURE

Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman (INFINITY, NEW AVENGERS, FANTASTIC FOUR) continues his revolutionary new direction for the X-Men. Intertwining with HOUSE OF X, POWERS OF X reveals the secret past, present and future of mutantkind, changing the way you look at every X-Men story before and after. You do not want to miss the next seminal moment in the history of the X-Men!

POWERS OF X #1 (of 6)

LOKI #1

Written by DANIEL KIBBLESMITH
Art by OSCAR BAZALDUA
Cover by OZGUR YILDIRIM

EARTH’S MIGHTIEST HERO! ALL-NEW ONGOING SERIES!

After dying a grisly death in THE WAR OF THE REALMS, Loki learned a valuable lesson in warmongering: Don’t get caught. But now he has a whole new set of responsibilities — and his brother Thor is not about to let him walk away from them this time. Late Show and BLACK PANTHER VS. DEADPOOL writer Daniel Kibblesmith takes the god of mischief in a thrilling new direction!

LOKI #1

PUNISHER KILL KREW #1 (of 5)

Written by GERRY DUGGAN
Art by JUAN FERREYRA
Cover by TONY MOORE

ONE MAN. TEN REALMS. TOTAL WAR.

• During the War of the Realms, Frank Castle made a promise of vengeance, and Frank Castle keeps his promises.
• A van full of orphans is about to make that promise a lot more complicated.
• How does a man kill gods and monsters?

PUNISHER KILL KREW #1 (of 5)

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #7

Written by DONNY CATES
Art by CORY SMITH
Colors by DAVID CURIEL
Cover by DAVID MARQUEZ

THE DEATH OF ROCKET BEGINS HERE IN ”FAITHLESS” PART 1

In the aftermath of the FINAL GAUNTLET, the Guardians of the Galaxy are taking some well deserved R&R. But their vacation is about to be cut short when a familiar, but radically powerful enemy returns. And what does all of this have to do with the whereabouts of a certain raccoon?

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #7

FANTASTIC FOUR #12

Written by DAN SLOTT
Art by SEAN IZAAKSE
Cover by ESAD RIBIC

Ben and Alicia are off on their dream honeymoon in a remote tropical paradise…until someone decides to crash it. Or should we say SMASH IT?! Get ready for the biggest HULK VS. THING FIGHT OF THE CENTURY! PLUS: The saga of the Future Foundation by Jeremy Whitley and Wil Robson!

FANTASTIC FOUR #12

Underrated: Brit: Old Soldiers

This is a column that focuses on something or some things from the comic book sphere of influence that may not get the credit and recognition it deserves. Whether that’s a list of comic book movies, ongoing comics, or a set of stories featuring a certain character. The columns may take the form of a bullet pointed list, or a slightly longer thinkpiece – there’s really no formula for this other than whether the things being covered are Underrated in some way. This week: Brit: Old Soldier.


I’m going to assume you know who Robert Kirkman is, and what his two most well known properties are. But before he became known as the creator of The Walking Dead and Invincible, or even after, Kirkman created comics that haven’t garnered the same raving obsession as TWD. One of these is a comic about an indestructible octogenarian who has been the secret weapon of the US government for decades. Set in the same world as Invincible and Wolfman (though the latter is also an underrated book, and you likely haven’t had chance to read it). I’m talking about Brit: Old Soldier.

I picked up the trade from my LCS on a whim. It looked kinda cool, almost had an Old Man Logan vibe to the character, and I was curious about a guy who may or may not be immortal (whether Brit is or isn’t immortal, he’s certainly indestructible), and seeing how Kirkman handled the guy. Plus, this specific volume looked like it was a standalone story as I flipped through it quickly, which is always a good thing when you’re looking to pick up a trade paperback just for the sake of reading. I’ve since realized that Brit has also seen a continuation of the original miniseries, but that’s not what we’re talking about today.

No today, we’re talking about the first trade, a complete story in and of itself that stands alone as a violently humorous and at time darkly funny comic.

Brit: Old Soldier is a comic set in the same world as another of Kirkman’s creations, but you don’t need to be overly familiar with Invincible to enjoy the subject of today’s column. It’ll give you an additional layer to peel away, but the story doesn’t hinge on you knowing Everything.

Like I said, this is a standalone book. A complete story in and of itself.

Brit: Old Soldier is one of those comics that takes you entirely by surprise. You have reasonable expectations going in based on the creative team and the synopsis, but the end result proves to be a sum greater than its parts. There’s an oddly funny and heartwarming soul to this story that rears its head between the other blood drenched pages depicting Brit in action.

Interestingly, we see Brit use his ability in some unique ways; for despite being indestructible, he doesn’t have super strength (although he isn’t constrained by his muscles or bones tearing if he punches and lifts things). This leads to at least one fight where Brit emerges victorious using some rather unconventional tactics that wouldn’t work for most other comic book characters.

Brit is the subject of this weeks’ Underrated because when stacked next to The Walking Dead and Invincible it’s easy to overlook this book on the shelves of your LCS. If it’s even there. Do yourself a favour, the next time you’re looking for a popcorn action comic with heart, look for Brit.


Join us next week when we look at something else that is, for whatever reason, Underrated.

Preview: Thor #7

Thor #7

(W) Jason Aaron (A) Tony Moore (CA) Michael Del Mundo
Rated T+
In Shops: Nov 14, 2018
SRP: $3.99

A TALE OF YOUNG THOR FROM THE VIKING AGE!
Every time Thor comes to Midgard, he gets all the mead, battle and romance a young god could possibly want. But he still can’t figure out how to prove himself worthy of Mjolnir. And now Odin is determined to keep his son away from Midgard for good. And young Loki knows just the way to do it.

Fear Agent Gets a Final Edition

Image Comics will bring Fear Agent—the critically-acclaimed, science-fiction odyssey by Rick Remender, Tony Moore, and Jerome Opeña—back to print as a series of master edition trade paperbacks. Each trade paperback will collect ten issues of the seminal, pulp classic and will feature never-before-seen scripts, variant covers, designs, and concept art.

Beginning with Fear Agent: Final Edition, Vol. 1, which hits stores this April, veteran fans and new recruits alike can experience the whiskey-soaked, laser-scorched life of Heath Huston, the galaxy’s last hope.

Fear Agent first made waves when Remender famously described it as their response to a sci-fi genre that’d “lost its stones.” Heralded as an addictive homage to the popular sci-fi adventure of the ’50s, Fear Agent was the series that catapulted Remender’s reputation for action-packed sci-fi with heartstring-tugging character building. It laid the groundwork for such hits as, Black Science co-created with artist Matteo Scalera, Low co-created with artist Greg Tocchini, and his re-teaming and co-creation with Opeña on Seven to Eternity.

The Fear Agent adventure unfolds when down-and-out alien exterminator Heath Huston stumbles upon an extraterrestrial plot to commit genocide against the human species, he must put down the bottle and resume his role as a peacekeeper…the last Fear Agent.

Fear Agent: Final Edition, Vol. 1 (ISBN: 978-1-5343-0797-1, Diamond Code FEB180517) hits stores on Wednesday, April 25th. The final order cutoff for comics retailers in Monday, March 12th. It hits bookstores on Tuesday, May 1st and will be available for pre-order at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, Books-a-Million, and Indigo.

Preview: The Amory Wars: The Second Stage Turbine Blade HC

The Amory Wars: The Second Stage Turbine Blade HC

Release Date: 8/9/2017
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Claudio Sanchez
Artists: Gabriel Guzman, Gus Vasquez, Mike Miller, Matt Ryan, J.D. Smith, Javier Tartaglia, Zach Matheny
Cover Artist: Tony Moore
Price: $39.99

New edition! The 78 planets known as Heaven’s Fence are linked together by the mysterious energy known as The Keywork. Coheed and Cambria Kilgannon live on one of these planets, but their lives are ripped apart when General Mayo Deftinwolf reveals that they were built as weapons to destroy Heaven’s Fence. Coheed and Cambria are forced to decide what is more precious, their family or civilization itself.

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