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It was new comic book day yesterday! What did you all get? What’d you like? What did you dislike? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news and a review from around the web.

The Beat – Julie Doucet awarded Angoulême Festival’s Grand Prix – Congrats!

Anime News Network – Texas Republican Rep Cites Goblin Slayer As “Obscene” Book To Ban From Schools – Well that’s an interesting one to choose.

DC Comics – The Story of Purim, As Told by DC’s Women of Valor – An interesting and unexpected post. Props.


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Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Venom #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.

Amazing Spider-Man #78 (Marvel) – “Beyond” has been a fantastic new storyline that has put Ben Reilly front and center and taken the series in an interesting direction.

Eternals #7 (Marvel) – Thanos is now in charge of the Eternals in this jumping-on point.

Ginseng Roots #9 (Uncivilized Comics) – Craig Thompson returns after a break to further dive into his childhood and growing up in the world of ginseng.

Mazebook #3 (Dark Horse) – This series follows a father who lost his daughter but is convinced she’s still out there, at the end of the maze in front of him.

My Date With Monsters #1 (AfterShock) – Dreams are now stalking the real world and Risa Harumi finds herself fighting monsters and finding true love.

Phenomx #1 (Image Comics) – A new comic series from John Leguizamo, we’re intrigued where this former prisoner who undergoes an experiment story goes.

The Recount (Scout Comics) – A controversial election. A nation split. An armed uprising. The series is collected and hits a bit too close to home.

Regarding the Matter of Oswald’s Body #1 (BOOM! Studios) – We’re always up for a solid conspiracy.

Robin & Batman #1 (DC Comics) – The early years of Batman and Robin from the perspective of Dick Grayson. It’s amazing.

The Thing #1 (Marvel) – We’re a sucker for stories staring The Thing.

Undiscovered Country #17 (Image Comics) – This series has kept us on our toes with every issue and we seriously have no idea where it’s going with each issue.

Venom #1 (Marvel) – Coming off an epic run, a new creative team is no onboard the series and we want to see what else can be done with this character who has become a pretty big player in the Marvel Universe.

What’s the Furthest Place From Here #1 (Image Comics) – This one is fantastic and the less we say, the better. Go out and get it, but hurry as we’re expecting it to sell out quickly.

Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss Reunite for What’s the Furthest Place From Here?

The team behind the breakout hit series 4 Kids Walk into a Bank, Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss, reunite with a brand new series destined to be every bit the critical darling as its predecessor: What’s the Furthest Place From Here? This all new series sees this creative duo move to Image Comics and follows up the tease of something new from the team at the publisher’s Image Expo.

The world has ended. Now all that remains are gangs of children living among the ruins. But Sid believes there must be something more out there. When she disappears into the wastelands her gang will risk everything to bring her home. A story about the things that matter most- Your survival, your loved ones, and your record collection.

What’s the Furthest Place From Here? is an all-new series kicking off with a triple-sized first issue this November. There will also be a ‘deluxe’ version that comes with an exclusive vinyl single featuring all-new music from Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker and Jets to Brazil, and Joyce Manor. These singles will be pressed in limited quantities, with comic shops to be the exclusive source for securing a copy, and each subsequent issue will also have a deluxe option with a new and exclusive accompanying single, with the lineup to be announced alongside the preorder window.

The first issue is solicited in the September dated Diamond PREVIEWS catalog and will be priced at $4.99 for one four special variant covers, and $14.99 with an exclusive cover and the accompanying vinyl single.

  • Cover A Boss – Diamond Code SEP210037  
  • Cover B Martin – Diamond Code SEP210038
  • Cover C Young – Diamond Code SEP210039
  • Cover D Bendis – Diamond Code SEP210040
  • Cover E 1:25 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210041
  • Cover F 1:50 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210042
  • Cover G 1:75 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210043
  • Cover H 1:100 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210044
  • WHATS THE FURTHEST PLACE FROM HERE #1 Deluxe Edition 7 inch record – Diamond Code SEP210045
What’s the Furthest Place From Here?