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Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

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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.

American Cult: Graphic History of Religious Cults in America (Silver Sprocket) – This graphic novel is a series of shorts from a variety of creators examining famous cults in the US.

Batman: Reptilian #1 (DC Comics) – Garth Ennis and Liam Sharp dive into the world of Batman. Yes please!

Checkmate #1 (DC Comics) – The events of Event Leviathan pick up as DC’s best spies come together as part of the new Checkmate to take on Leviathan.

Gamma Flight #1 (Marvel) – The gamma-infused group gets the spotlight in a new series and we’re excited to see where this quirky group goes.

Good Luck #1 (BOOM! Studios) – What if luck was quantifiable and something everyone was born with? The concept sounds really cool, especially since this focuses on those that are born with absolutely zero luck.

Harley Quinn #4 (DC Comics) – The series has been a lot of fun tying into the greater Batman meta-story while keeping it squarely on Harley and in her own voice. Add in amazing art and you have a combination we love.

Infinite Frontier #1 (DC Comics) – The latest DC status-quo has opened up an infinite amount of possibilities. This series looks to explore that and what this new status means both good and bad.

Heroes Return #1 (Marvel) – The event has been a bit mixed in quality but we want to see where it goes and how it ends.

MFKZ #1 (Behemoth) – We don’t know about the movie but the art looks really cool.

Nuclear Family #5 (AfterShock) – The series has been some B-movie fun and we really want to see how it all wraps up.

Shadowman #3 (Valiant) – The series has been solid so far as a re-introduction of the character that’s perfect for long-time fans and new readers.

Spawn Universe #1 (Image Comics) – Back in the day Spawn had a corner of the comic universe with numerous tie-in comics. History repeats itself as Spawn again expands out in the first of what is many series to come. We’re intrigued to see where this decades-old franchise goes.

Stray Dogs #5 (Image Comics) – The series has ramped up the tension and scares and it’s clear who the villain is. We’re tense to see how this series wraps up and if the dogs get out alive.

Undiscovered Country #13 (Image Comics) – The series has been completely out there in concepts and kept us on our toes as to what will happen next. After a slight break, it’s back and we’re excited to see where it goes.

Vinyl #1 (Image Comics) – A story of psychopaths, sweet love, and a serial killer named Walter. Well, ok then.

Wonder Woman: Black & Gold #1 (DC Comics) – DC has been knocking it out of the park with a series of releases focused on the “colors” of various heroes. The anthologies have been top-notch with some real gems. We can’t wait to see what this one brings.

Vinyl is an unsettling tale of psychopaths, sweet love, and a serial killer named Walter

Plastic creators Doug Wagner and Daniel Hillyard return with Eisner Award-winning colorist Dave Stewart for a new dark comedy/horror titled, Vinyl. The six-issue miniseries will launch from Image Comics this June.

When Walter’s best friend, the FBI agent charged with his capture, is kidnapped by a death cult of all-female sunflower farmers, Walter finds himself deep within an underground labyrinth filled with secrets and monsters…but are their monsters more horrific than his?

Perfect for fans of Dexter and NailbiterVinyl is an unsettling tale of psychopaths, sweet love, and a serial killer named Walter.

Vinyl #1 Cover A by Hillyard and Stewart (Diamond Code APR210132) and Vinyl #1 Cover B by Hillyard and Stewart (Diamond Code APR210133) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, June 23.

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SDCC 2019: Titan Reveals Their Vinyl Exclusives

Every year brings new exclusive merch for fans to grab at San Diego Comic-Con, and 2019 is no exception – as Titan Merchandise brings along SEVEN exclusive 3″ window-boxed Titans vinyl figures to SDCC 2019!

For fans of AlienDoctor WhoGame Of ThronesPredator, and The Beatles!

Each Titans vinyl figure is 3” window-boxed, and some come with a character-specific accessory – check out these exclusive figures below!

Titan Entertainment are proud to present the latest in their series of limited edition Game of Thrones TITANS! For SDCC 2019, we’ll be bringing all three Young Dragons to the show as 3″ glow-in-the-dark TITANS in a three-pack!
Price: $30

Titan Entertainment are all living in a Yellow Submarine at SDCC 2019 with this limited edition glow-in-the-dark 3″ Yellow Submarine TITAN!
Price: $10

Titan Entertainment are sailing back to the sea of green for SDCC 2019 to combat the Fab Four’s arch-nemesis with this limited glow-in-the-dark 3″ Blue Meanie TITAN!
Price: $10

The 3″ TITANS incarnations of the Thirteenth Doctor debut at SDCC 2019 with two limited editions – the first is a 3″ version of the Kawaii Doctor wearing her purple t-shirt, as featured in the episode “Rosa”, plus her 3″ Materializing TARDIS…
Price: $20

… and the second is the exclusive 3″ debut of the Thirteenth Doctor classic TITAN!
Price: $10

The unstoppable xenomorph from James Cameron’s Aliens returns for SDCC 2019 as this rare, limited collector’s edition TITAN vinyl: 3″ bullet-damaged Alien Warrior!
Price: $10

The original Predator returns to SDCC 2019 as this rare, limited collector’s edition TITAN vinyl: 3″ glow-in-the-dark!
Price: $10

DC Bombshells Vinyl Figures Out Now

Cryptozoic Entertainment in partnership with DC Entertainment, have announced the release of Series 1 of the DC Bombshells 7” Vinyl Figures.

DC Bombshells originated as a successful series of statuettes inspired by 1940s pinup art and dieselpunk, from DC Comics. The line debuted in 2013 with Wonder Woman, and it’s become popular with collectors and cosplayers alike. The successful DC Bombshells statues line was followed by the comic book series in 2015 featuring heroines and notorious villainesses that focus on the changing roles of women in World War II, making it an intriguing re-imagining of DC’s history and now, the first in a line of vinyl figures from Cryptozoic Entertainment.

Series one includes: the mighty Amazonian princess, Wonder Woman, the cute and crazy, Harley Quinn and the ever cunning and crafty Catwoman. Inspired by by Ant Lucia’s illustrations and the DC Bombshell Comics, these stylized figurines are approximately 7” tall and were designed by Pedro Astudillo and sculpted by Anders Ehrenborg.

Collect all three fan favorites: Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn and Catwoman. Available for purchase at comic book, bookstore, board game and specialty retailers, with a suggested retail price of $29.99. The figures are packaged in a display worthy window box for optimal on shelf viewing.

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Skelton Crew Brings Andrew MacLean’s Head Lopper to Life

The viking star of Andrew MacLean’s hit Head Lopper is getting the limited edition vinyl treatment.

Skelton Crew Studio and MacLean are excited to announce a Norgal vinyl coming soon.

Norgal will stand a menacing 9″ tall, clad in his armored kilt, gloves and boots. He’ll be articulated at the shoulders and wrists. Norgal will come complete with a map of the island realm of “Barra,” also designed by MacLean, later this fall.

Head Lopper's Norgal for press release

NYCC 2015: Kidrobot & Clutter Magazine Present Double Parlour Dunny

Debuting at New York Comic Con, the Sylvie Dunny by doubleparlour!

As winners of the coveted “Break-through Artist” title at the 3rd annual Designer Toy Awards (DTA), the husband and wife duo known as doubleparlour were honored with more than a trophy by Kidrobot — they were invited to create their very own Dunny design!

Making its debut at this year’s New York Comic Con, producer Kidrobot and DTA organizers Clutter Magazine are proud to present the Sylvie Dunny. A perfect blending of the artist’s creepy and cute style, this 3” vinyl figure comes with an adorable accessory in the form of tiny dog in a waffle cone.

A limited quantity of these marvelous art toys will be available at Clutter Magazine’s NYCC booth #603 for $14.99 each.

Double Parlour Dunny

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