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Ultimate Fan Trip SDCC

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New Comics March 14th 2018

From Dark Horse this week, Neil Gaiman’s American Gods continues with its second series, My Ainsel #1. The bizarre road trip across America continues as our heroes gather reinforcements for the imminent god war! Shadow and Wednesday leave the House on the Rock and continue their journey across the country where they set up aliases, meet new gods, and prepare for war. The Hugo, Bram Stoker, Locus, World Fantasy, and Nebula Award-winning novel and hit Starz television series by Neil Gaiman is adapted as a graphic novel!

From DC this week, spinning out of the Milk Wars event in their Young Animal line, we get a new mini series in Eternity Girl! Caroline Sharp has been a lot of things, including both a superhero and a super-spy. But now, with those days behind her and her powers proving unreliable, Caroline finds herself stuck in a life weighed down by her depression and an inability to change. You see, Caroline is going to live forever, and there is no escape to be had. The very act of living reminds her that, to the rest of existence, she is an anomaly. All of that could change, however, when her old foe, Madame Atom, comes to her with an intriguing offer. Madame Atom can give Caroline the power to end her life; she just has to destroy the rest of the world.

Also new this week, Mister Miracle is back with issue #7! Mister Miracle and Big Barda are in a panic. The war with Apokolips isn’t going well. And it’s Barda’s turn to have her past come crashing back into her present as the Female Furies appear on the scene with blood on their minds.

From Image this week a new 5 issue mini series called Infidel hits shelves. A haunted house story for the 21st century, INFIDEL follows an American Muslim woman and her multiracial neighbors who move into a building haunted by entities that feed off xenophobia. Bestselling editor PORNSAK PICHETSHOTE (Swamp Thing) makes his comics-writing debut alongside artist extraordinaire AARON CAMPBELL (The Shadow), award-winning colorist and editor JOSÉ VILLARRUBIA (Promethea) and letterer / designer JEFF POWELL (SCALES & SCOUNDRELS).

From Marvel this week, Bruce Banner HULK is back! Avengers #684 continues the weekly No Surrender story arc in this Oversized issue. Back from the dead! He cannot be reasoned with. He will not be stopped. Bruce Banner isn’t home right now. There is only THE IMMORTAL HULK!

Also from Marvel this week, a New Mutants mini series kicks off called Dead Souls. THEY AREN’T JUST THE X-MEN IN TRAINING ANYMORE! The New Mutants are launching themselves headfirst into some of the creepiest corners of the Marvel Universe, going on the missions no one else will. But does the team know what they are really hunting for? And what are they willing to do to get it? The enigmatic MAGIK will lead her team of WOLFSBANE, RICTOR, BOOM-BOOM and STRONG GUY and bring them face-to-face with paranormal threats that they may not be prepared for, and that might just tear them apart!

From AfterShock this week, a new series called Betrothed starts off , written by Sean Lewis with art by Steve Uy. Welcome to the world of Betrothed! Kieron and Tamara are both seniors at the same high school. They’ve never paid much attention to each other, even though they are the only kids at school who are orphans. On the eve of their eighteenth birthdays, they discover a lifelong secret: in a dimension far away, they are each the leader of an army that is at war with one another… and what’s more, when they turn eighteen, they’re to be Betrothed or Fight to the Death!

Here is your complete list:
Dark Horse
American Gods My Ainsel #1
Giants #4
Action Comics #999
Batgirl & Birds of Prey #20
Detective Comics #976
Eternity Girl #1
Flash #42
Gotham City Garage #11
Hal Jordan & Green Lantern Corps #40
Justice League of America #26
Mister Miracle #7
New Super Man & Justice League of China #21
Ragman #6
Red Hood & Outlaws #20
Scooby Apocalypse #23
Scooby Doo Where Are You #91
Sideways #2
Suicide Squad #37
Supergirl #19
Titans #21
Trinity #19
Wildstorm Michael Cray #6
Wonder Woman #42
Back to the Future Time Train #3
Ducktales #7
Ghostbusters Crossing Over #1
Rick Veitch The One #2
Star Trek Discovery #3
Transformers Lost Light #16
Beauty #20
Bonehead #3
Curse Words #12
Deadly Class #32
Dry County #1
Infidel #1
No 1 With A Bullet #5
Paradiso #4
Postal Laura One Shot
Rose #9
Sleepless #4
Slots #6
Vs #2
All New Wolverine #32
Astonishing X-Men #9
Avengers #684
Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider #15
Despicable Deadpool #296
Doctor Strange #387
Falcon #6
Marvel Two In One #4
New Mutants Dead Souls #1
Old Man Logan #36
Peter Parker Spectacular Spider Man #301
Punisher #222
Spider Man Deadpool #29
Star Wars Darth Vader #13
Star Wars Thrawn #2
Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #30
Weapon X #15
X-Men Blue #23
Acme Ink
Rock & Roll Biographies System of a Down
Action Lab
Baby Badass #2
Subspecies #1
Zombie Tramp Ongoing #45
Athena Voltaire 2018 Ongoing #2
Jupiter Jet #4
Aftershock Comics
Betrothed #1
Cold War #2
American Mythology Productions
Stargate Atlantis Singularity #1
Archie Comics
Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #287
Cosmo #3
Riverdale #11
Vampironica #1
Aspen MLT Inc
Charismagic Vol 3 #2
Black Mask Comics
Come Into Me #1
Blackbox Comics
IT Secret World of Modern Banking 2 #5
Boom Studios
Grass Kings #13
Jim Henson Power of the Dark Crystal #12
Judas #4
Kong on Planet of Apes #5
Rockos Modern Life #4
Boundless Comics
Ember #0
Lookers Ember #1
Dynamite Entertainment
Barbarells #4
Legenderry Red Sonja #2
Pumpkinhead #2
Xena #2
Devils Due/1First Comics
Lord of Gore #4
Malefic #5
Joe Books Inc
Disney Princess and the Frog One Shot
Riftworld Legends #2
Keenspot Entertainment
Hunters of Salamanstra #9
Lion Forge
Catalyst Prime Accell Vol 2 #5
Catalyst Prime Astonisher #5
Encounter #1
Magnetic Collection
Ghost Money #8
Oni Press
Invader Zim #29
Titan Comics
Atlas and Axis #3
Doctor Who 12th Year Three #13
Quarrys War #4
Sea of Thieves #1
United Plankton Pictures
Spongebob Comics #78
Valiant Entertainment
Ninjak Vs VU #3
Secret Weapons Owens Story #0 One Shot
GFT Tarot #5
Grimm Fairy Tales #13

NEW Comics February 8th 2018

Well it is the last week of February. Man how this month absolutely FLEW! Its a pretty big week including new Previews, so lets jump in headfirst without looking!
From Dark Horse this week, the world of Jeff Lemire’s Black Hammer continues to expand with a new series called Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows. Written by Jeff Lemire with art by Max Fiumara. This dual-narrative story set in the world of the Eisner-Award winning Black Hammer series chronicles the legacy of a Golden-Age superhero. An aged crime fighter desperately wants to reconnect with his estranged son, who he hoped would one day take the mantle of Doctor Star. Over the course of the story we learn his World War II-era origin, how he got his powers, his exciting astral adventures, the formation of some of Black Hammer’s greatest heroes, and more in this heartbreaking superhero tale about fathers and sons.

From DC this week, Detective Comics hits issue #975, and in a 30 page story, details “The Trial of Batwoman”. Batwoman faces scrutiny from Batman and Red Robin but stands up for her actions. Will Batman allow her to continue bearing his symbol after everything she has done?

Also new this week, a new 6 issue mini-series kicks off featuring Mera Queen of Atlantis! Written by Dan Abnett with art by Lan Medina and covers by Nicola Scott and ArtGerm! From the pages of AQUAMAN comes a brand-new adventure starring Mera, in her own title for the first time ever! As the brutal Atlantean Civil War rages, Mera must keep the peace between the surface world and Atlantis as its newly anointed queen in exile. But when Aquaman’s brother Orm, a.k.a. Ocean Master, learns of his homeland’s fate, he’ll stop at nothing to return to Atlantis as its king and savior!

Lastly from DC, the New Age of Heroes continues with a team that we saw briefly in Metal. Terrifics #1 is written by Jeff Lemire with art by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado. Bound together by fate, united by the spirit of exploration and hope for tomorrow, the Terrifics are bound from the Dark Multiverse of Metal! When Mr. Terrific, Metamorpho, Plastic Man and Phantom Girl find themselves literally bound together by a tragic accident, our team of unlikely allies must rely on one another to make their way back home. But a startling revelation on their return trip brings them face to face with a new mystery: Where in the universe is Tom Strong?

From Image this week, SAGA is BACK! New story arc starts here in issue #49!

Also this week, a new 5-issue mini series called Beef debuts written by Richard Starkings and Tlyer Shainline with art by Shaky Kane. Chuck is a mild-mannered meat factory worker who is a little in love with a strawberry picker named Mary Lynn. But everything changes when Mary Lynn falls victim to the Vodino Brothers….

From Marvel this week, a new 5 issue mini series featuring everyones favorite giant dog debuts with Lockjaw #1. At long last, the dog has his day! Lockjaw spends most of his time defending the Inhuman empire alongside Black Bolt and Medusa. But when he gets a message that his long-lost litter mates are in danger, he’ll spring into action to save them! But wait – Lockjaw has brothers and sisters? Can they teleport? Are they Inhuman? Can they possibly be as gosh-darned cute as their big brother? All the answers are here! Get ready for an adventure worth fetching for!

Also from Marvel this week, the series finale to Gwenpool with issue #25 and Peter Parker hits a milestone with Peter Parker Spectacular Spider-Man #300!
From Black Mask this week a new series called The Wilds debuts. Written by Vita Ayala with art by Emily Pearson. After a cataclysmic plague sweeps across America, survivors come together to form citystate-like communities for safety. Daisy Walker is a Runner for The Compound, a mix of post-apocalyptic postal service and black market salvaging operation. It is a Runner’s job to ferry items and people between settlements, and on occasion scavenge through the ruins of the old world. Daisy is the best there is at what she does. Out beyond the settlement walls are innumerable dangers: feral animals, crumbling structures, and Abominations – those that were touched by the plague and became something other. After a decade of surviving, Daisy isn’t phased by any of it – until her lover, another Runner named Heather, goes missing on a job. Desperate to find her, Daisy begins to see that there may be little difference between the world inside the walls and the horrors beyond.

From Boom! Studios this week, Jim Henson’s Labyrinth gets a monthly comic treatment. Written by Simon Spurrier with Daniel Bayliss on art the series is titled Coronation and is a prequel to the feature film! Before Sarah braved the Labyrinth to save her brother, another young woman sought to save a young boy named Jareth from the clutches of the Goblin King. The untold history of the Goblin King and the history of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth. He wasn’t always the Goblin King…

Here is your complete list:
Dark Horse
Buffy Season 11 Giles #1
Doctor Star & the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrow #1
Elfquest Final Quest #24
Hungry Ghosts #2
Action Comics #998
Batgirl #20
Batman Beyond #17
Blue Beetle #18
Demon Hell is Earth #4
Detective Comics #975
Doom Patrol JLA Special #1
Flash #41
Gotham City Garage #10
Hal Jordan & GLC #39
Hellblazer #19
Imaginary Fiends #4
Justice League of America #25
Mera Queen of Atlantis #1
Motherlands #2
Raven Daughter of Darkness #2
Ruff & Reddy Show #5
Scooby Doo Team Up #35
Silencer #2
Suicide Squad #36
Teen Titans #17
Terrifics #1
Wonder Woman #41
DuckTales #6
GI Joe A Real American Hero #249
GI Joe Vs Six Million Dollar Man #1
My Little Pony Legends of Magic #11
Optimus Prime #16
Optimus Prime Annual 2018
Rick Veitch The One #1
Rom & the Micronauts #3
TMNT Ongoing #79
Transformers Lost Light #15
Transformers Vs Visionaries #3
Beef #1
Days of Hate #2
Gasolina #6
Hack Slash Resurrection #5
Motor Crush #10
Rat Queens #8
Redneck #10
Royal City #10
Saga #49
Spawn #283
Throwaways #12
Twisted Romance #4
Underwinter Field of Feathers #5
Void Trip #4
All New Wolverine #31
America #12
Avengers #682
Black Panther #170
Captain Marvel #129
Champions #17
Despicable Deadpool #295
Doctor Strange #386
Gwenpool #25
Invincible Iron Man #597
Jessica Jones #17
Legion #2
Lockjaw #1
Marvels Infinity War Prelude #2
Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur #28
Moon Knight #192
Peter Parker Spectacular Spider Man #300
Spider Gwen #29
Spider Man Deadpool #28
Star Wars Darth Vader #12
Thanos #16
X-Men Blue #22
Aardvark Vanaheim
Amazing Cerebus #1
Aftershock Comics
Backways #3
Fu Jitsu #5
Rough Riders Ride or Die #1
Antarctic Press
Gold Digger #250
Archie Comics
B&V Friends Jumbo Comics Digest #259
Betty & Veronica Vixens #4
Shrugged Primer (One Shot)
Shrugged Vol 3 #1
Black Mask Comics
Calexit #2
Wilds #1
Boom Studios
Abbott #2
Big Trouble In Little China Old Man Jack #6
Go Go Power Rangers #7
Jim Henson Labyrinth Coronation #1
Lumberjanes #47
Steve Universe Ongoing #13
Dynamite Entertainment
Agent 47 Birth of Hitman #4
Bettie Page #8
Kiss AOD #1
Heavy Metal Magazine
Iron Maiden Legacy of the Beast #3
Joe Books
Riftworld Legends #1
Keenspot Entertainment
Marry Me #10
Trumps Titans Vs Mandela Effect #1
Kenzer & Company
Knights of the Dinner Table #252
Lion Forge
Catalyst Prime Incidentals #6
Catalyst Prime Kino #4
Oni Press
Rick & Morty #35
Red 5 Comics
Chasing Hitler #4
Scout Comics
Long Lost #4
Storm King Productions
John Carpenters Tales of Sci Fi Vortex #5
Titan Comics
Alisik Fall #1
Valiant Entertainment
X-O Manowar #12
Vault Comics
Cult Classic Return to Whisper #1
GFT Dance of the Dead #4
GFT Grimm Tales of Terror Vol 3 #13
Grimm Fairy Tales #12

New Comics for February 21st 2018

Here we go! It’s a big week this week so lets just jump right in!
From Dark Horse this week, we get a new Hellboy One-shot called Burning Season that continues the Hellboy and the BPRD 1955 storyline! Hellboy investigates a rash of spontaneous human combustions in a Florida town unlike any supernatural phenomena he’s seen before-and the fire has an appetite for Bureau agents.

From DC this week, Batman #41 sees the beginning of a new story arc called “Everyone Loves Ivy”. Mikel Janin returns to BATMAN for a brand-new epic! Pamela Isley’s influence can spread as far as vegetation will allow, putting the whole world at her fingertips. Can Batman and Catwoman stand their ground against an entire planet of Poison Ivys?

Also from DC this week, a new mini series begins with Brave and the Bold Batman & Wonder Woman #1. This new mini-series written and illustrated by Liam Sharp (WONDER WOMAN)! When a Celtic god’s murder leads to a war between the fairy folk and a possible breach between worlds, Wonder Woman must find the murderer and keep the peace while Batman investigates strange occurrences in Gotham City. As Diana must turn to the World’s Greatest Detective for help, the two heroes quickly learn their cases may be connected.

From Vertigo this week a new 6 issue mini-series from Josh Williamson and Riley Rossmo starts off called Deathbed. Myth, hack, sex symbol, stark raving lunatic-all of these words have been used to describe Antonio Luna, the world’s greatest living adventurer. Or at least he was until 20 years ago, when he mysteriously vanished from the public eye. Now the ninety-year-old has returned and claims to be on his deathbed. Which is where Valentine Richards, a failed novelist turned reporter, comes in. Val is hired to travel to Luna’s remote castle home and uncover where the old star has been all these years, and just how much of what he says is actually true. But once Val starts to hear Luna’s tale, she finds herself entering into an insane world of psychedelic violence and explosive supernatural adventure.

From IDW this week a new title in the Black Crown imprint of books launches with Punks Not Dead #1. As if being an awkward, bullied 15-year-old isn’t bad enough, “Fergie” Ferguson suddenly discovers he can see dead people. Well, one dead person specifically-the ghost of a certain punk rocker named Sid. Sid’s spirit was trapped in London’s Heathrow Airport for 40 years until the day he met Fergie. Sid’s ghost is now stuck to Fergie-as if Fergie doesn’t have enough on his plate, being raised by a single mum whose idea of parenting is strictly fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants. Now Fergie has to contend with an unruly ghost sidekick and some weird, uncontrollable new “abilities.” How does the father Fergie never knew fit into this mayhem? And why is the Department for Extra-Usual Affairs showing an interest? Never Mind the Bollocks-all of this plus fish fingers, chunky chips, and endless pints of anarchy in the new monthly series PUNKS NOT DEAD!

From Image this week, following the re-release of Kick Ass last week, this week comes Hit Girl! The pint-sized Punisher-meets-Polly-Pocket has left America behind and set off to serve justice around the world. First stop: Colombia. A mother seeking vengeance for the murder of her child enlists Hit-Girl to destroy his killer, but Mindy has bigger plans for Colombia’s most feared hitman. MARK MILLAR and RICARDO LOPEZ ORTIZ join forces for the first chapter of Hit-Girl’s world tour in this new, ongoing monthly series.

From Marvel this week, Doctor Strange sees the start of a new crossover with Doctor Strange Damnation #1. The city of sin gets its biggest sinner yet. When Doctor Strange raises Las Vegas up from its destruction during SECRET EMPIRE, he inadvertently opens a big door for the embodiment of evil, MEPHISTO! The devilish villain takes the city for himself and sets his sights on the rest of the world. It’s going to take heroes from all over the Marvel Universe to defeat him, but there’s nothing simple about fighting the lord of Hell.

Also from Marvel this week, the lead up to Infinity Countdown continues with Infinity Countdown Prime #1. The Infinity Stones. Individually, they grant their wielder great power. Together, they grant the power of a god. Newly reformed and scattered throughout the universe, these artifacts allow the ones who claim them their heart’s desire. Now, as their locations are discovered, forces converge for a battle that will begin the universe down a dark path to the END. Jump onto this exciting ride that will lead to the biggest Infinity yet! Plus: The saga of the Infinity Stones-what they are and how they came to be! From creation to destruction to re-creation, this prose primer will tell you everything you need to know about the legendary cosmic gems!

Here is your complete list:
Dark Horse
Dept H #23
Empowered & Sistah Spookys High School Hell #3
Hellboy & BPRD 1955 Burning Season One Shot
Mata Hari #1
Vinegar Teeth #2
American Way Those Above and Below #6
Aquaman #33
Batman #41
Batman & the Signal #2
Batman Sins of the Father #1
Batman TMNT 2 #4
Batwoman #12
Bombshells United #12
Brave & the Bold Barman & Wonder Woman #1
Cave Carson Swamp Thing Special #1
Damage #2
Deathbed #1
Future Quest Presents #7
Green Lanterns #41
Harley Quinn #38
Injustice 2 #20
Justice League #39
Mad Magazine #550
Nightwing #39
Super Sons #13
Superman #41
Teen Titans Go #26
Trinity #18
Wonder Woman Conan #6
Comic Book History of Comics Comics For All #3
Gears of War Rise of Raam #2
Kid Lobotomy #5
My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #63
Punks Not Dead #1
Tangled #1
Birthright #30
Descender #27
Eternal Empire #7
Evolution #4
Family Trade #5
Further Adventures of Nick Wilson #2
Hit Girl #1
Horizon #18
Ice Cream Man #2
Lazarus Sourcebook #3
Maestros #5
Monstress #14
Moonshine #7
Multiple Warheads Ghost Throne One Shot
Postal Mark #1
Redlands #6
Regression #7
Sex Criminals #22
Twisted Romance #3
Amazing Spider Man #796
Astonishing X Men #8
Avengers #681
Black Panther Annual #1
Daredevil #599
Deadpool Vs Old Man Logan #5
Defenders #10
Doctor Strange Damnation #1
Generation X #87
Incredible Hulk #713
Infinity Countdown Prime #1
Luke Cage #170
Mighty Thor #704
Monsters Unleashed #11
Punisher Platoon #6
Star Wars Doctor Aphra #17
Tales of Suspense #102
Venom #162
X-Men Gold #22
AC Comics
Charlton Arrow #3
Action Lab
Consultant #3
Vampblade Season 2 #12
Princeless Raven Year 2 #5
Toyetica #6
Aftershock Comics
Alters #10
Brilliant Trash #4
Amryl Entertainment
Cavewoman Face Off #1
Archie Comics
Archies #5
World of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #76
Bongo Comics
Krusty the Clown One Shot
Boom Studios
Adventure Time Comics #20
Fence #4
Jim Henson Storyteller Fairies #3
Kong On Planet of Apes #4
Lucas Stand Inner Demons #1
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #24
Rugrats #5
WWE #14
Dynamite Entertainment
BSG vs BSG #2
James Bond M One Shot Special
James Bond The Body #2
Pumpkinhead #1
Red Sonja #13
Vampirella #10
Heavy Metal Magazine
Taarna #1
Keenspot Entertainment
Immortal #4
Lion Forge
Catalyst Prime Summit #3
Wrapped Up #5
Scout Comics
Shiver Bureau #1
Titan Comics
Bloodborne #1
Quake Champions #3
Rivers of London Cry Fox #4
Valiant Entertainment
Ninjak Vs VU #2
Quantum & Woody #3
Vault Comics
Heathen #6
Belle Beast Hunter #2
GFT Grimm Tales of Terror Vol 3 #12
Musketeers #1

Doyle Reviews DC's "Damage"

Ethan Elvis” Avery just wanted to serve his country. Instead, he’s been changed into a monster! Tasked as the government’s own living, breathing, ticking time bomb, Ethan retains no control when the monster takes over. Cheaper than a nuclear warhead and twice as effective, Ethan fights to rein in the damage he unleashes when the beast inside him springs free for one hour a day. With everyone around him in danger, Ethan struggles to contain the DAMAGE he inflicts on the DC Universe. 

“DAMAGE” Ethan “Elvis” Avery I think they are trying to give him kind of a Rockstar personality with that name, but we see zero of that personality here, in fact we don’t see anything that would make us like the main character/any character in this opening issue.
Ethan Hulks out. I mean “DAMAGES” out from the get go. Does some “DAMAGE” I guess. We do get a sense of his power here but the artist doesn’t give us a single wide shot to take in the destructive force that is “DAMAGE!” Every panel is close cropped and although, yeah, he is blowing stuff up and punching things it’s all rather contained. Also, he seems to be at least somewhat in control. What the f*ck DC! The only thing you got right was the hour a day thing. The comic starts out by counting down on every page and then gives that up randomly. Also, Ethan doesn’t seem to want this power that he has been given. He doesn’t want to be their monster, however later in the comic you get the idea that he kind of signed up for this?
Honestly… It was a pretty bad first issue, it had some okay roots, and I truly hope it grows into a good young DC title with lots of smart action packed “DAMAGE” for the readers. But this first issue really missed the mark and I had/have high hopes for “DAMAGE.” When I first read the elevator pitch above, beyond that I was pretty sold on the idea of Hulk on a chess board. Chess though, has rules, Hulk has no rules! I was stoked you get this overpowered mindless ball of destruction and it’s up to the writers (ARMY) to best decide how and when to use him. You know, without the whole thing blowing up in their faces. This kind of governor they put on the Hulk makes the character more interesting to me, well at least makes the idea of the character more interesting.
This book seems like a rush job, no real story, no real continuity with even DC’s Pitch for what the Comic was supposed to be about, and oh yea -SPOILER ALERT- Just toss in the Suicide Squad at the end, that should get em’ chomping at the bit for more. Well bravo to you DC it kind of did, it was the only thing in fact that makes me want to read the next issue. Hoping for more story and sweet sweet action-packed panels as the Squad goes looking for… wait for it… “DAMAGE! It’s hard to recommend this title beyond what I hope it will become, it somehow spins out of METAL although I have no idea how that ties in. I give “DAMAGE” 1 and 1/2 Marthas out of 5, Suicide Squad ending really the only thing bring me back for
issue 2 here.

TOTLB 079 Gabe and Juan From Two Days From Now

What is going on Longbox listeners!! Episode 79 comes from Juan’s nerd’cave!!
Our #popcultureclassic for this show is the 2004, Shane Carruth movie, Primer!! We visit the future, about two days, and tell you all about this crazy movie! This is a time travel movie. Less about the actual time travel machine, and much more about the process itself. Though this might be the most confusing, and convoluted time travel movie out there! See what we think!
Our interview comes by way of video game designer, Ben Wander! Ben has worked, through our friends at Serenity Forge, on the game “A Case of Distrust.” “A Case of Distrust is a narrative mystery from 1924 San Francisco. Play as private investigator Phyllis Cadence Malone in this historical 2D adventure game. Explore underground speakeasies, smoke-filled billiard halls, classic barber shops, and more. Catch suspects in lies by using evidence, statements, and your wits. Intrinsic challenges face our heroine, as she struggles against a pushback on emancipation, leading to many doubts, both internal and external. Uncover the truth in a mystery full of deception!”
Remember, you can ALWAYS let us know what you think! We can only think of so many things to talk about every other week, and would LOVE to get some feedback and ideas from all of you out there who are listening!! You can send mp3s and email to our email address. Also, join the conversations on our Facebook Page and Twitter Page. Also, if you have good feedback, please leave it for us on iTunes and Stitcher!! That’s one way to help us climb the ranks into podcast glory!! You can ALSO leave us voicemail!!! Call the Michael Kuyrk memorial 970-573-6148 and leave us a hilarious message!!!
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Top Products For January 2018

Diamond Comic Distributors has released their top products for January of 2018!! Is your favorite book in the top ten list? Marvel tops the list with the most amount of “new titles shipped,” but DC tops the list with, in general, “units shipped,” and “dollars invoiced.” That sounds like more people are, at least, more optimistic about the new Marvel books, but in general, enjoy the DC titles? What do you guys think?

Marvel Comics was January’s top publisher in dollars with a 34.30% retailer dollar share and a 36.69% unit share. DC Entertainment was the month’s top publisher in units shipped with a 38.94% unit share and a 33.80% retailer dollar share. Image Comics was third with a 9.48% dollar share and an 8.23% unit share. In fourth was IDW Publishing with a 4.42% dollar share and a 3.51% unit share, followed by Dark Horse Comics with a 2.50% dollar share and a 1.27% unit share.

DC Entertainment had six comics in January’s top ten. In addition to Doomsday Clock, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s Dark Nights: Metal #5 ranked #2; Tom King and Travis Moore’s “The Origin of Bruce Wayne” in Batman #38 ranked #3; Tom King and Joëlle Jones’ “Superfriends” chapter three in Batman #39 ranked #4; Sean Murphy’s Batman: White Knight #4 ranked #7; and Scott Snyder, Tony Patrick, and Cully Hamner’s Batman and the Signal #1 ranked #10. Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s The Walking Dead #175 from Image Comics, the first chapter of “New World Order,” ranked #5. Marvel Comics had three titles in the top ten: Al Ewing, Mark Waid, Jim Zub, and Pepe Larraz’s Avengers #675, the first chapter of the weekly “No Surrender” event, ranked #6; Mike Costa, Dan Slott, Ryan Stegman, and Gerardo Sandoval’s Amazing Spider-Man & Venom: Venom Inc. Omega #1 ranked #8; and Ethan Sacks and Marco Checchetto’s Old Man Hawkeye #1 ranked #10. Among the premier publishers, IDW Publishing’s top book, Star Wars Adventures: Forces of Destiny: Leia, ranked #135, and Dark Horse Comics’ Sherlock Frankenstein and the Legion of Evil #4 was their top book for January at #179.

The adventures of Korra from Nickelodeon’s acclaimed animated series The Legend of Korra continue in Dark Horse Comics’ The Legend of Korra Volume 2: Turf Wars Part 2 by Michael Dante DiMartino and Irene Koh, the best-selling graphic novel of January. Image Comics had five titles in the top ten: Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s The Wicked and the Divine Volume 6: Imperial Phase Part 2 ranked #2, Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen’s Descender Volume 5: Rise of the Robotsranked #4, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ Kill or Be Killed Volume 3 ranked #5, Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ Saga Volume 8 ranked #6, and Vaughan and Staples’ Saga Volume 1 ranked #9. DC Entertainment had two titles in the top ten: Shea Fontana and Yancy Labat’s DC Super Hero Girls: Date With Disaster at #3 and Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, John Timms, and Alex Sinclair’s Harley Quinn Volume 4: Surprise, Surprise at #10. Finally, Marvel Comics had two titles in the top ten: Ed Brisson and Mike Deodato’s Wolverine: Old Man Logan Volume 6: Days of Anger at #7; and Tom King, Gabriel Hernandez Walta, and Michael Walsh’s Vision at #8.

The Black Panther Little Golden Book from Random House Books for Young Readers was January’s best-selling book. Also in the top ten from Random House Books for Young Readers were DC Super Hero Girls: Harley Quinn at Super Hero Highat #2 and DC Super Friends: The Flash Little Golden Book at #3. Capstone Press had five titles in the top ten, led by the Wonder Woman Is Respectful Picture Book at #4. Marvel Press’ Night Night, Groot Board Book ranked #5.

Bandai America’s Dragonball Super Dragon Stars Action Figures were the best-selling toy product of January and one of the Bandai’s three products among the month’s top ten. Mezco’s One:12 Collective: Marvel: X-Force Deadpool Action Figure, a Diamond exclusive, ranked #2 for the month. Diamond Select Toys had two products among the top ten: the Marvel Select: Thor Ragnarok: Gladiator Hulk Action Figure, based on Marvel Studios’ blockbuster film, ranked #5, theMarvel Select: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Drax and Baby Groot Figure ranked #7, and the Marvel Select: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Star-Lord and Rocket Raccoon Figure ranked #10. Funko’s POP! Dragonball Super: Gotenks Vinyl Figure, also a Diamond exclusive, ranked #6 for the month.

Dynamite Entertainment’s Vampirella Tarot Cards Set was January’s best-selling game product. Also of note, IDW Games’ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shadows of the Past Board Game ranked #7 for the month.

Juan Muro

Comics Release for February 7th 2018

New Comics Release for 2/7/18
Happy February! Since it’s the first week of the month, lots of stuff going on this week with load of new books so lets jump right in shall we!
From DC this week, a couple of doses of Swamp Thing in oversized formats! First the Swamp Thing Winter Special hits the shelves (and only a week behind). Tom King and Jason Fabok pay tribute to the legendary creators of Swamp Thing, writer Len Wein and artist Bernie Wrightson, as they join forces for an earth-shattering Swamp Thing passion project! In this new, squarebound one-shot, Swamp Thing is out of his element as he shepherds a lost boy through a blinding blizzard and other hazards of a strange, frozen tundra. In this touching and harrowing tale of survival, the pair must navigate countless threats throughout a bewildering terrain-with a bloodthirsty snow monster hot on their heels. But how long can they rely on each other? Separated from the Green and stripped of his powers in this dead world, Swamp Thing struggles to fight for their lives and deliver the boy to safety. Disoriented and decaying, Swamp Thing’s fading understanding of his surroundings forces the duo to confront their desperation and uncover the true identity of the snow monster that hunts them. In addition, this special features the final Swamp Thing story from the monster’s co-creator, Len Wein. Originally intended as the start of a new series, it is presented here both in its original script form and with art by Kelley Jones.

Also this week, and just in time to get wrapped up for that special someone in your life, the Young Monsters In Love one-shot also drops this week! It’s hard being a monster… and even harder being a monster in love. Sparks will fly and hearts will be broken when the ghouls and ghosts of the DC Universe assemble to bring you the Valentine’s Day Special that no one saw coming!

From Image this week, a new series kicks off from writer Ivan Brandon with art by Esad Ribic. War has become a spectator sport. Privately funded armies of superstar soldiers march into battle for fame, profit, and the glory of their sponsor nations.
When a new generation of soldiers arrive, top gladiator Satta Flynn is about to discover how fleeting the limelight can be. VS delivers spectacular action, darkly humorous satire, and explores our hunger for fame and our penchant for self-destruction.

From Marvel this week, the culmination of Phoenix Resurrection and Jean Grey have led to this! The debut of X-Men Red #1! Written by Tom Taylor with art by Mahmud Asrar. THE FIRST SENSATIONAL ARC OF AN ALL-NEW TEAM OF X-MEN STARTS HERE! JEAN GREY is back! Returned to a world she doesn’t recognize, the First Lady of the X-MEN gathers an unlikely team – NIGHTCRAWLER, NAMOR and LAURA KINNEY – to face an evil that threatens to tear down XAVIER’s dream by any means necessary!

Also from Marvel this week, Infinity Countdown kicks off with the first of 2 one-shots with Infinity Countdown Adam Warlock #1. ADAM WARLOCK IS BACK! Reborn from the realm of the dead, Adam has come seeking the Soul Stone…and the truth about what it did to Him! His guide through this Infinity Quest is none other than…Kang the Conqueror?!? Be there as Adam begins down the dark trail sure to lead him into the heart of the mystery of the Infinity Stones…

Here is your complete list:
Dark Horse
Halo Rise of Atriox #5
Incognegro Renaissance #1
Koshchei the Deathless #2
Rasputin Voice of Dragon #4
Tomb Raider Survivors Crusade #3
Bane Conquest #9
Batman #40
Batman White Knight #5
Black Lightning Cold Dead Hands #4
Bombshells United #11
Dastardly & Muttley #6
Deathstroke #28
Exit Stage Left Snagglepuss Chronicles #2
Green Arrow #37
Green Lanterns #40
Harley & Ivy Meet Betty & Veronica #5
Harley Quinn #37
Injustice 2 #19
Jetsons #4
Justice League #38
Mother Panic Batman Special #1
Nightwing #38
Superman #40
Swamp Thing Winter Special #1
Young Monsters In Love #1
30 Days of Night #3
Back to the Future Time Train #2
Ghostbusters Answer the Call #3
Half Past Danger 2 Dead to Reichs #5
Haunted Horror #32
Jem & The Holograms Dimensions #3
Scarletts Strike Force #2
Star Trek New Visions Isolation
TMNT Universe #19
Transformers Lost Light #14
Transformers Vs Visionaries #2
Walt Disney Showcase #1
Coyotes #4
Extremity #11
Gravediggers Union #4
I Hate Fairyland #16
Kingsman Red Diamond #6
No 1 With a Bullet #4
Paper Girls #20
Rock Candy Mountain #8
Rose #8
Savage Dragon #231
Scales & Scoundrels #6
Snotgirl #9
Twisted Romance #1
Vs #1
Walking Dead #176
Wicked & Divine 1923
Witchblade #3
Amazing Spider Man #795
Avengers #679
Black Bolt #10
Black Panther Sound & Fury #1
Daredevil #598
Hawkeye #15
Iceman #10
Infinity Countdown Adam Warlock #1
Iron Fist #77
Rise of Black Panther #2
Rogue & Gambit #2
Runaways #6
She Hulk #162
Spider Man #237
Spider Man Deadpool #27
Spirits of Vengeance #5
Star Wars #43
Venom #161
X-Men Gold #21
X-Men Red #1
AC Comics
Crypt of Horror #35
Action Lab
Consultant #2
Harcourt Legacy #3
Princeless Raven Year 2 #4
Toyetica #5
Vampblade Season 2 #11
Zombie Tramp Ongoing #43
AfterShock Comics
Monstro Mechanica #3
Alternative Comics
Willows #2
American Mythology Productions
Three Stooges Shemptastic Special
Antarctic Press
Arya #3
Archie Comics
Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #286
Cosmo #2
Aspen MLT Inc
Portal Bound #0
Shrugged Vol 2 #6
Boom Studios
Adventure Time #73
Backstagers 2018 Valentines Intermission #1
Giant Days #35
Mech Cadet Yu #6
Dynamite Entertainment
Deja Thoris #1
Game of Thrones Clash of Kings #8
Greatest Adventure #9
Legenderry Red Sonja #1
Shadow Batman #5
Devils Due/1First Comics
Plume #1
Keenspot Entertainment
Hunters of Salamanstra #8
Legendary Comics
Pacific Rim Aftermath #2
Lion Forge
Catalyst Prime Noble #9
Magnetic Collection
Jazz Maynard Vol 2 #1
Oni Press
Damned #8
Scout Comics
Girrion #9
Heavenly Blues #5
Smoketown #6
Titan Comics
Quarrys War #3
Wonderful World of Tank Girl #3
Valiant Entertainment
Armstrong & the Vault of Spirits #1
Vault Comics
Songs for the Dead #1
Zojaqan #3
Van Helsing vs Robyn Hood #2

Comics Release for January 24th 2018

New Comics Release for 1/24/18

From DC this week, Flash #39 speeds to the
stands! “The Perfect
Storm” part one! In the 700th tale of THE FLASH, Barry Allen wants to make
amends to the people he’s hurt, but Gorilla Grodd has other plans! If Grodd’s
shocking attack on Central City wasn’t enough, the reason why-and how it
connects to everything The Flash has faced since the Speed Force Storm-will
rock our hero to his core…and change everything he thought he knew!

Also this week, a new
mini series starts this week! Raven Daughter of Darkness #1! In this all-new
miniseries, Raven faces a new, otherworldly menace that is all too grounded in
reality. Plus, Raven’s personal life is in an uproar as her mother and aunt
struggle for the soul of a Titan! It’s up to Baron Winters of the Night Force
to intercede on her behalf as she embarks on the adventure called “The
Girls With the Anime Eyes”! Written by Marv Wolfman with art by Pop

From IDW this week,
the Star Wars Adventures Forces of Destiny continues, this week featuring
Ahsoka & Padme!

From Image this week,
a new series called Dissonance kicks off
written by Singgih Nugroho and Ryan Cady with art by Sami Basri. In an alternate world where Earth is
populated with powerful human-spirit hybrids called Fantasmen, Folke and Roisia
Herviett, two siblings with opposing worldviews, are challenged to prove their
worth and take up their parents’ positions in a devious group who secretly run
the world. Meanwhile, Seraphim, a Fantasmen warrior guard, is sent to prevent a
catastrophic event from affecting the Earth and its own universe.

From Marvel this week, a new 5 issue mini series starts off called
Legion #1 written by Peter Milligan with art by Wilfredo Torres. A mind-bending X-Men
tale from the brains of Peter Milligan (X-Statix, Shade the Changing Man) and
Wilfredo Torres (Moon Knight, Black Panther)! David Haller, the son of
Professor Charles Xavier, has always had trouble containing the multiple
personalities in his mind. And with each personality, comes a wild and
dangerous mutant power. But now, a terrifying new personality is threatening to
absorb these powers and take over David’s mind and
body. In a desperate attempt to save himself, David seeks out the
help of renowned young psychotherapist Hannah Jones to delve into his fractured
mind and fight back this dark personality. But unknown to Legion….Dr Jones
brings her own demons with her…

Also from Marvel this
week, X Men Blue Annual #1 hits the racks and features the crossover between
Venom and X-Men Blue. Spinning
out of the events of Venomverse, the Children of the Atom and the Lethal Protector
team up to take down an extradimensional threat! This is it, folks, the team-up
you’ve been asking for: X-MEN BLUE and VENOM must band together in the cold
reaches of space to protect our universe from a threat more diabolical than you
can imagine. But will EDDIE BROCK, his faithful SYMBIOTE, MARVEL GIRL, CYCLOPS,
ICEMAN, BEAST and ANGEL be enough to save this universe? I really, really hope

Here is your complete list:

Dept H #22
Empowered & Sistah Spookys High School
Hell #2
Sherlock Frankenstein & Legion of Evil #4
Vinegar Teeth #1
Zodiac Starforce Cries of Fire Prince #3
Comics #996
Beyond #16
Beetle #17
Hell is Earth #3
Comics #973
Patrol #10
Clock #3
City Garage #8
Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #37
Fiends #3
League of America #23
Tunes #241
The New Order #6
Daughter of Darkness #1
& Reddy Show #4
Doo Team Up #34
Squad #34
Titans #16
Storm #11
Woman #39
30 Days
of Night #2
Book History of Comics Comics For All #2
of War Rise of Raam #1
Dredd Blessed Earth #8
Lobotomy #4
Little Pony Legends of Magic #10
& the Micronauts #2
Trek Discovery #2
Wars Adventures Forces of Destiny Ahsoka & Padme #1
Lost Light #13
Cloud #7
Magick #10
Science #34
Destiny #33
Criminals #21
Bastards #19
Spider Man #794
Panther #169
Judgement Day #1
Cage #169
Two In One #2
Avengers Infinity War Prelude #1
Resurrection Return of Jean Grey #4
Wars Poe Dameron #23
Blue #20
Blue Annual #1
Action Lab
AfterShock Comics
American Mythology Productions
Swarm #1
Archie Comics
and Veronica Vixens #3
the Hunger #3
Black Mask Comics
Forevers #5
Boom Studios
Go Go
Power Rangers #6
Universe Ongoing #12
Chapterhouse Comics
of Pact #4
Canuck Ongoing #2
Suns #3
Season 2 #1
Human Lizard #17
Sink #4
Dynamite Entertainment
47 Birth of Hitman #3
Page #7
Fantagraphics Books
Now #2
Kenzer & Company
of the Dinner Table #251
Lion Forge
Prime Incidentals #5
Oni Press
Zim #27
Udon Entertainment
Man Mastermix #1
Valiant Entertainment
Manowar #11
Fairy Tales #11
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Hall of Justice Comics and Collectibles
10336 Dransfedlt Rd. Unit 8
Parker, CO 80134

New Comics for December 13th 2017

New Comics Release for 12/13/17

I have nothing witty to say in this space for
this weeks new releases. I am exhausted and paranoid that we don’t have enough
bags and boards ready for this weeks comics. Regardless of that, lets talk
about exciting new stuff with pictures for you to read!
From DC this week, Action Comics #993 hits the
shelves and sees the return of fan-favorite Booster Gold In “Booster Shot” part
1. As Superman struggles
to cope with Mr. Oz’s true identity, the Man of Steel turns to the only
“hero” he knows who can prove once and for all if Oz’s story is true:
Booster Gold! But a massive power doesn’t want our heroes venturing through
time, and will do anything it can to sabotage their journey!

From Image this week,
Rumble is back after taking a looong break. John Arcudi and David Rubin return
to their creation to continue the story of Rathraq! But who is he, exactly?
Once an ancient warrior god, he was resurrected as a sword-wielding scarecrow.
And now, Rathraq has transformed yet again-or has he? JOHN ARCUDI and new
artist, superstar DAVID RUBÍN, give you the new face of Rathraq and a new
direction for the series when the critically acclaimed RUMBLE returns!

From Marvel this week, two books get hit with
the Legacy launch with Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #27 and Weapon X #12!
In Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #27, what happens when we
take Squirrel Girl back to her roots? Well, we shoot her into space, OBVIOUSLY.
Nancy and Tippy find themselves on an alien world where all is not what it
seems. Squirrel Girl needs to find a way to get to the other side of the
universe to save ’em, STAT. Intergalactic transport through the cosmic realm?
This sounds like a job for the Sorcerer Supreme! I’m sure Doctor Strange will
be happy to he – I’m sorry, what’s that? Doctor Strange is gone and now LOKI is
Earth’s Sorcerer Supreme? Oh. Well, I’m sure he’ll do his best. After all, what
could possibly go wrong? Guess what, in this issue, everything possible goes

In Weapon X #12, mutant genocide is
being committed in a small, third-world country. Now it’s up to Weapon X to
stop this massacre! But the militia they’ll be taking on isn’t full of your
ordinary run-of-the-mill soldiers. These guys are powered by the red pills
taken by the Super-Soldier Nuke! It’s Weapon X vs. a Nuke platoon!

From Aftershock this
week, a new series starring Leonardo da Vinci, his female apprentice and their
wooden robot launches called Monstro Mechanica! Written by Paul Allor with art
by Chris Evenhuis, at the height of the Renaissance, warring factions vie for
control of Leonardo da Vinci’s destructive arsenal. The only thing standing in
their way is Leonardo’s young apprentice and her nine-foot tall mechanical
bodyguard. Together, they navigate a world of wicked men and war machines,
determined to save Leonardo from the world-and the world from Leonardo.

From Black Mask this
week, a new series called Gravetrancers hits the racks. Written by M.L. Miller
with art by James Whynot, Gravetrancers delivers a grisly grindhouse tale of
taboo and terror. On a journey to track down the grave of their estranged
father, Maribel and Anthony find their way to the Malort Cemetery, a strange,
seemingly abandoned field of mostly unmarked tombs. There they encounter an
eccentric clan of grave-robbers who’ve devised a highly-addictive drug made
from human remains–and the fresher the corpse, the stronger the dose. What
started out as an attempt to reconnect with the past becomes a descent into a
psychedelic, neon-colored nightmare, will Maribel and Anthony find their way
through the hallucinogens or will they become the next hit?

Here is your complete list:

Dead Orbit #4
Dept H
Rise of Atriox #4
County #28

Comics #993
& Birds of Prey #17
Bug the
Adventures of Forager #6
Comics #970
City Garage #5
Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #34
League of America #20
Miracle #5
Super Man #18
Red Hood
and the Outlaws #17
Apocalypse #20
Squad #31
Michael Cray #3
Woman #36
Birds Comics Quarterly
Back to
the Future #25
Lobotomy #3
Little Pony Holiday Special 2017
Jack Quantum Jack #3
Red Diamond #4
Port of
Earth #2
City #8
& Divine Christmas Annual #1
All New
Wolverine #28
Spider Man #792
Reilly Scarlet Spider #11
Deadpool #290
Grey #10
Warriors #10
Hulk #160
Wars #40
Squirrel Girl #27
X #12
Blue #17
Action Lab
Runaway Nun #4
AfterShock Comics
Trash #2
Mechanica #1
Albatross Funnybooks
American Mythology Productions
& Bullwinkle Show #2
Archie Comics
Christmas Spectacular #1
the Hunger #2
Comics Digest #4
of Archie Comics Double Digest #74
Aspen MLT Inc
Universe Decimation #3
Black Mask Comics
Blackbox Comics
Secret World of Modern Banking 2 #3
Boom Studios
Time Regular Show #5
Kings #10
Next Jam #4
Chapterhouse Comics
Kitty Die Christmas Special
Dynamite Entertainment
Slash Vs Vampirella #3
Instinct #3
& Earth #6
Joe Books Inc
Princess #16

Lion Forge
Prime Astonisher #3
Prime Superb #5
Money #5
Legendary Defender Vol 2 #5
Oni Press
Zim #26
Scout Comics
Titan Comics
American #3
Wrath of the Heavens #5
Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest #1
of London Cry Fox #2
United Plankton Pictures
Comics #75
Valiant Entertainment
Salvation #4
Fairy Tales 2017 Holiday Special
Helsing Vs the Werewolf #6
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Hall of Justice Comics and Collectibles
10336 Dransfedlt Rd. Unit 8
Parker, CO 80134