Category: Review

Rolled and Told #3 – Lion Forge

Let’s talk about the remarkable resurgence of Dungeons and Dragons over that last couple of years.  With the release of Fifth Edition (AKA 5E), a new D&D clothing line, it’s imagery used in the immensely popular show Strange Things, and issues of a D&D comic from IDW (and a Rick and Morty crossover); the D&D brand has become cool and interesting to the world in general and not just for nerdlingers like myself.  Much in the same way that the D20 system was very open-ended and lent itself to people creating their own worlds and adventures 5E has done a lot of the same things.  We are starting to see a new crop of creative projects that can be used in your personal D&D campaigns.

Enter Rolled and Told, this new line of books from the people at Lion Forge and Quillion.  Rolled and Told is a single adventure wrapped up in a comic book.  By using comic book pages and art to create the framework for an adventure, as well as having maps, adventure hooks and even tips and tricks on how to create better adventures, this foray into the world of comics and Dungeons and Dragons is really pretty brilliant.

Issue 3 revolves around a school names Varacadabara that has lost control of time and space and the monsters that they are hiding inside.  As adventurers, you are tasked with going into the school to rescue the students that are trapped inside.  Time and space shift and warp as you make your way through the school, new creatures confront you and there is plenty of mystery to be solved.  It is a good stand-alone adventure that can be fit into any campaign setting, and as long as you have the core rulebooks for the game you are good to go.

The best part of any supplement like this is that there are new monsters, spells, and concepts that can be spread out through the rest of your campaign to flesh out your world even more.  This 66-page book from Lion Forge is a perfect example of what makes D&D great.  You can create your own worlds and adventures, but when you don’t have the time to make something new for your group there is always something like this that you can lean into and rely on.  So if you are a fan of the old Dungeon magazines, or just have a campaign that needs a little fleshed out:  Rolled and Told is the book for you.

Happy Thanksgiving!

There is a time-honored tradition in the Llanas household, and that is the Thanksgiving viewing of the greatest Thanksgiving movie of all time. That, of course, is the 1987 John Hughes film Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.

I love my family, my kids and my wife, but as I have talked about on the show a lot of time I’m not extra close to my actual family.  Don’t talk with my mom much, my dad lives out of state, so the holidays are less about the family that I was born into than the family I have made and chosen and in a lot of ways that is what this movie is about.  The family that I have are people that I have chosen to surround myself with.

That is what this movie is about.  The people that come into your life are the people that should be in your life.  Every new friend is a chance to have new family.  So take today and be thankful for the people in your life, you never know how long you have with them.  Take today to do something good for someone in need, you never know when you will meet new family members.  When it is all said sit down, have a good laugh, have some feels, and enjoy Planes, Trains, and Automobiles!

 

Adi Shankar joins Superman VS Ku Klux Klan

Adi Shankar, the man who produced Castlevania, Bodied, and created Bootleg Universe, has joined forces with PaperChase films, and Marc Rosen, to bring to life, Superman VS Ku Klux Klan. Superman VS the Ku Klu Klan tells the story of how powerful superhero mythology can be, at a time when it seemed easier to turn a blind eye.

“Superheroes operate outside the scope of law and offer us hope that someone will rise up and protect us when government and other institutions cannot or will not. This story shows the power of the superhero mythology and it’s tangible impact on the physical world.” Said Shankar.

 

“Adi Shankar has long been inspired to fight for just causes; he has successfully taken on the status quo and broken barriers long seen as insurmountable. This story highlights the power of the people against the alarming resurgence of some the darkest chapters of our country’s past. It is as historical as it is timely, as the nation is once again facing challenges to the principles of truth, justice and ‘The American Way’.” Said Rosen.

 

This will be based on the true life story of Stetson Kennedy. Stetson went undercover to infiltrate the KKK in 1946. With the help of some other powerful organizations, and his undercover information, they were able to bring to light, the cultish nature of the KKK.

The film is currently in development. Casting announcements and more news will be forthcoming.

The Last Kingdom Season Three

Are you ready for the next installment of The Last Kingdom!? Based on Bernard Cornwell’s best selling books of the same name, the series will drop in the US, and the UK on November 19th! And for the first time all ten episode of The Last Kingdom will arrive on Netflix at the same time! That way you can binge through the season, and not have to wait weekly!

The new season will see King Alfred consider his legacy, as his dream of uniting the kingdoms of England is jeopardized by incessant Danish attacks. Alfred knows that the only man with the power to crush the uprising and secure the Wessex dynasty is the great warrior and hero Uhtred, but when their volatile relationship reaches breaking point, Uhtred must confront the difficult truth: if he deserts Alfred’s cause, everything he has fought for will be forever changed.

This awesome new season will also bring in a bevy of new characters, including; Ola Rapace as Danish warrior Bloodhair, Thea Sofie Loch Næss  as the dangerous seer Skade, Timothy Innes as King Alfred’s heir, Edward, and Magnus Bruun as Cnut. Make sure that you tune into Netflix on November 19th, and start watching, what promises to be the best season yet, of The Last Kingdom!!

All NEW Goon!

The Goon was one of the very first comic books that I ever read, when I first started getting into the hobby! It was such a great book. It was hilarious, and Eric Powell killed it on the art! Well fear not, as The Goon makes its return next spring! Eric Powell and his publishing company, Albatross Funnybooks, will be putting out never before published stories! This will be the first time in three years that a new The Goon story will hit the shelves, and it will start the year long, 20th Anniversary celebration! There will be a signing tour, Albatross Funnybooks’ collected editions of classic GOON graphic novels, Goon Tiki Mugs, and much much more!

“The fact that we feel confident bringing the full library of my flagship title over to Albatross going into our third year of expansion fills me with excitement and a new enthusiastic energy for what’s to come,” said Powell. “With Albatross, we focus on making fun, eclectic comics that stand out for their individuality and creative quality, as seen in our lineup of titles like HILLBILLY, SPOOK HOUSE, ‘NAMWOLF, GALAKTKON, GRUMBLE and MEGAGHOST. It’s with this idea of keeping the fun in our Funny Books that we are steering this new GOON series. I’m returning to the roots of the series with a heavy emphasis on the weird, twisted humor the book has been known for. The world around us is dark enough right now. I want to make readers laugh and forget their troubles for a little bit. It definitely feels like it’s time for THE GOON.”

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New Comics for October 10th 2018

Man this week is HUGE! Plus this Saturday, October 13th is Walking Dead Day, so make sure you swing by your local comic shop to pick up some black bagged exclusive covers, reprints of issue #1, and some really cool swag to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the comic! Lets get to it!

From DC this week, foil covers continue! Also, Cursed Comics Cavalcade #1 hits the racks! Horror! Death! Uh…Face-punching! Witness ten all-new stories that promise to be the most terrifying, most shocking and most horrific comic that DC Comics has ever published! (Hyperbole much?) Batman, Wonder Woman, Guy Gardner, Swamp Thing, Zatanna and more of your favorite heroes face unspeakable horrors from the streets of Gotham City to the darkest sectors of the universe.

Also from DC this week, Flash #56 hits the rack! Things are about to get hot-very hot!-when Flash has to battle fire monsters generated by his longtime nemesis, Heat Wave. Unfortunately, the pilot light blew out in Mick Rory’s head, because he’s comatose from the effects of the Sage Force! How can the Scarlet Speedster reach his old frenemy and get him to put out the fire monsters? Looks like Commander Cold takes a demotion…so he can pretend to be Captain Cold and talk Heat Wave down!

From Image this week, a new title called Infinite Dark #1 hits the racks! The universe ended, but onboard the void station Orpheus, a skeleton crew of humanity survived: the last two thousand souls, waiting for a second big bang that may never come. Now, two years into their voyage, Security Director Deva Karrell investigates the station’s first murder-and the otherworldly motives behind it.

Also from Image this week, from DANIEL WARREN JOHNSON, the creator of the Eisner-nominated series EXTREMITY, comes MURDER FALCON! The world is under attack by monsters, and Jake’s life is falling apart: no band, no girl, no future… until he meets Murder Falcon. He was sent from The Heavy to destroy all evil, but he can’t do it without Jake shredding up a storm. Now, with every chord Jake plays on his guitar, the power of metal fuels Murder Falcon into all-out kung fu fury on those that seek to conquer Earth.

From Marvel this week, Namor is back in Avengers #9! WORLD WAR BELOW!With the underwater world on the brink of war, the Avengers go aquatic to save the day, but air-breathers are no longer welcome in the undersea city of Atlantis. And Namor, the Sub-Mariner, lord of the seven seas, has a bold new plan that will change the balance of power on Earth forever.

Spider Geddon continues with issue #1 hitting stands this week! REVENGE OF THE SPIDER-VERSE! Back in 2014, SPIDER-VERSE brought every Spider-Man ever together. This event spinning out of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #800 has Christos Gage and Dan Slott teaming up to destroy them all. The Inheritors have somehow gotten out of their radioactive prison planet and made their way to the Marvel Universe. It’s going to take a whole Spider-Army to keep them from TAKING IT ALL! Starring Spider-Man, Doctor Octopus, Spider-Gwen, Miles Morales, Spider-Woman, the Spider-Man from the anticipated video game and, well, every Spider-Man and Spider-Woman ever, including some brand-new ones! With Jorge Molina on art, the END OF ALL SPIDERS never looked so good!

Star Wars Solo Adaptation #1 (of 7) blasts onto racks this week! FEATURING BACKSTORY AND SCENES NOT SEEN IN THEATERS! After leaving the IMPERIAL NAVY, a young HAN SOLO seeks adventure by joining a gang of galactic mercenaries – including a 196-year-old Wookiee named CHEWBACCA and a notorious gambler named LANDO CALRISSIAN. But there’s more to the story of the galaxy’s most beloved scoundrel than what you saw in theaters. Why does BECKETT trust him? And what is the connection between the woman who stole Han’s heart and one of Han’s closest friends?

Another one-shot kicks off some new What If’s this week with What if? Punisher #1! WITH GREAT POWER…When Peter Parker’s Uncle Ben is ruthlessly killed by a burglar Peter let escape, he vows to never let the same fate befall another innocent bystander. From then on, he stands as a figure of cold retribution. Criminals beware – the guilty caught in this spider’s web will be PUNISHED. But will Parker stand triumphant…or shattered by this twist of fate? The friendly neighborhood takes a different turn in this WHAT IF? adventure, positing a very different sense of responsibility for the man who will be known as THE PUNISHER, as his battles against villains like the GREEN GOBLIN take a new path!

Lastly from Marvel this week, X-Men Black continues with X-Men Black Mojo #1! THE SPINELESS SHOWMAN TAKES CENTER STAGE! That’s right – that most successful producer ever to pack the cross-time airwaves, the man himself, MOJO, has yet another plan in place the boost his ratings at the X-Men’s expense! And I’m sure he would say it’s THE MOST IMPORTANT COMIC BOOK YOU’LL EVER READ! PLUS: Part 2 of X-MEN BLACK: APOCALYPSE!

From AfterShock this week a new sci-fi series makes its debut with The Last Space Race #1! It started as an anomaly. An outlier in the noise that’s so common in astronomical data. But the truth sends the United States-and the world-careening into what will become humanity’s LAST SPACE RACE. Leading the effort for the United States is one man, Sasha Balodis. A fun-loving tech billionaire turned aerospace titan, Sasha’s seemingly perfect life has been gripped by recent trage-dy. Building and launching the most expensive, most ambitious and most important project in history-well, it gives him something to live for again. There’s only one thing standing in his way: his arch-rival and chief aerospace competitor, Roger Freeman.

From Black Mask Comics this week, a new horror title makes its debut with Devil Within #1 (of 4). Paranormal entities. Demonic possessions. Or is it madness? When newly engaged Michelle and Samantha move into an old house, Michelle starts experiencing disturbing events… rogue reflections in mirrors, strange apparitions, and an errie voice only she can hear. Samantha doesn’t believe in ghosts, but the alternative might be even more terrifying in this hauntingly paranoid thriller

Here is your complete list:

Dark Horse

Joe Golem #2 the Drowning City

Quantum Age From the World of Black Hammer #3

She Could Fly #4

DC

Catwoman #4

Cursed Comics Cavalcade #1

Detective Comics #990

Flash #56

Hawkman #5

House of Whispers #2

Plastic Man #5

Red Hood Outlaw #27

Scooby Apocalypse #30

Suicide Squad #47

Supergirl #23

Superman #4

Titans #27

Wildstorm Michael Cray #12

Wonder Woman #56

IDW

Dread Gods #4

Impossible Inc #2

Magica De Spell Giant Halloween Hex

My Little Pony Nightmare Knights #1

Star Wars Tales From Vaders Castle #2

Tangled Hair Raising Adventures #1

Transformers Unicron #5

Image

Beauty #24

Birthright #32

Bully Wars #2

Crowded #3

Farmhand #4

Hey Kids Comics #3

Infinite Dark #1

Kick Ass #8

Murder Falcon #1

Oblivion Song #8

Outpost Zero #4

Rose #13

Sleepless #8

Unnatural #4

Walking Dead #1 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #2 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #7 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #19 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #27 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #48 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #53 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #92 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #98 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #100 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #108 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #127 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #132 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #167 Blind Bag

Walking Dead #171 Blind Bag

Weatherman #5

Marvel

Amazing Spider Man #7

Avengers #9

Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider #25

Captain America #4

Domino #7

Exiles #9

Iceman #2

Immortal Hulk #7

Infinity Wars #4

Ms Marvel #35

Spider Geddon #1

Spider Man Deadpool #40

Star Wars Solo Adaptation #1

True Believers What If Doom Had Become a Hero #1

True Believers What If Spider Man Had Rescued Gwen Stacy #1

Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #37

Venom #7

What If? Punisher #1

X-23 #5

X-Men Black Mojo #1

Action Lab

Dollface #16

Zombie Tramp Ongoing #53

AfterShock Comics

Animostity #16

Hot Lunch Special #3

Last Space Race #1

Moth & Whisper #2

Ahoy Comics

Wrong Earth #2

Albatross Funnybooks

Spookhouse 2 #2

Amigo Comics

Apocalypse Girl #4

Phantasmagoria #1

Archie Comics

Archies Halloween Spectacular #1

Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #267

Jughead the Hunger #9

Aspen MLT

Artifact One #1

Black Mask Comics

Black AF Widows & Orphans #3

Devil Within #1

Oh Shit Its Kim & Kim #3

We Are Danger #3

Wilds #5

Boom! Studios

Adventure Time Season 11 #1

Amory Wars Good Apollo #12

Go Go Power Rangers #13

Ruinworld #4

Dynamite Entertainment

Game of Thrones Clash of Kings #13

Project Superpowers #3

Red Sonja Tarzan #5

Drawn & Quarterly

Fielder #1

Lion Forge

Catalyst Prime Astonisher #11

Voltron Legendary Defender Vol 3 #4

Mad Cave Studios

Midnight Task Force #4

Oni Press

Shadow Roads #4

Rebellion Developments

Dredd Final Judgement #1

Sniper Elite Resistance #2

Titan Comics

Deadlife #2

Elric White Wolf #2

Newbury & Hobbes #2

Robotech #13

Shades of Magic #1

United Plankton Pictures

Spongebob Comics #85

Vailiant Entertainment

Ninja-K #12

Zenescope

Black Knight #1

Grimm Fairy Tales #21

The Haunting of Hill House

Kids are already freaking creepy, but holy sh*t does this trailer take that to a whole new level!! Premiering on October 12th, on Netflix, the Haunting of Hill House promises to be an exceptionally frightening tale!! This is a re-imagining of the 1959 iconic novel by Shirley Jackson! The story tells the lives of five siblings who live in America’s most haunted house!!

If you watched the trailer, and love horror, I promise this will be a series that you don’t want to miss! With a 100% from Rotten Tomatoes already, you are guaranteed to not sleep easy after watching!!

New Comics for October 3rd 2018

Welcome to October! It’s the first week of the month and man is it a doozey! Lots of great books this week so lets hop right in and get to our new book rundown! PLUS DC FOILS!!!

From Boom! Studios this week, Sparrowhawk #1 (of 5) lands on shelves and is touted as “Teen Victorian Fairy Fight Club”! As the illegitimate daughter of a Naval Captain, Artemesia has never fit in with her fatherfs family, nor the high class world to which they belong. However, when she is targeted by the Faerie Queen and pulled into another realm, she has no choice but to try and save the world that has always hated her.

From Dark Horse this week, Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s Umbrella Academy is BACK! Faced with an increasing number of lunatics with superpowers eager to face off with his own wunderkind brood, Sir Reginald Hargreeves developed the ultimate solution …Now, just a few years after Hargreeves’s death, his Umbrella Academy is scattered. Number Five is a hired gun, Kraken is stalking big game, Rumor is dealing with the wreckage of her marriage, a rotund Spaceboy runs around the streets of Tokyo, Vanya continues her physical therapy after being shot in the head-and no one wants to even mention Seance until issue #2.

From DC this week, Green Arrow #45 flies onto shelves and is a Heroes in Crisis Tie In! Oliver Queen is forced to take a hard look at himself and evaluate his methods after he fails one too many times trying to do the right thing. It’s a dark, depressing stroll down memory lane for the Emerald Archer, as Oliver must come to grips with how he’s hurt the people around him. This issue guest-stars members of the Justice League and the Titans, but are they there to console Ollie…or condemn him?

Also from DC this week, Nightwing #50! “Knight Terrors” begins here! The big issue #50 kicks off an epic four-part story that brings together critical moments of fear and doubt from the past and the present. A young Dick Grayson hopes to escape the shadow of the Bat and earn the title of Nightwing, while an older Dick Grayson must deal with a blow he did not see coming. A common enemy unites the timelines: the Scarecrow, as you’ve never seen him before! This story goes deep into the mythology and nightmarish development of Dr. Jonathan Crane.

Lastly from DC this week, Wonder Woman & Justice League Dark Witching Hour #1 is just in time for Halloween, it’s “The Witching Hour,” a five-part weekly event that will rewrite the future of DC’s magical heroes! Hecate, the witch-goddess of magic, always knew a day would come when the monsters she stole her magic from would return. Now she must activate the Witchmarked, humans within whom she secreted vast stores of power. And the most powerful of the Witchmarked? Wonder Woman!

From IDW this week, Batman the Maxx #1 (of 5) makes its debut! Batman must face the strangest and most bizarre adventure of his career, as he meets comics’ strangest and most bizarre hero… THE MAXX! IDW and DC Comics proudly present the most surreal, quirky, and wonderful crossover of all time! A devious new doctor at Arkham Asylum is conducting unconventional experiments into the human psyche, and he kicks off a chain reaction of disaster when he experiments on Arkham’s newest patient, The Maxx! The city of Gotham is starting to merge with The Maxx’s psychedelic mental landscape, known as the Outback, blurring the line between real and unreal. It’s up to Batman to save not just Gotham, but all of reality, and he and The Maxx are going to have to travel through some of the darkest places imaginable-the twisted minds of Batman’s greatest enemies!

Also from IDW this week, Star Wars Tales from Vaders Castle #1 squeezes onto shelves! Tales from Vader’s Castle puts a spooky spin on your favorite characters from a galaxy far, far away…This exciting weekly series explores the hidden corners of the Star Wars universe and features Rebels stars Hear, Kanan, and Chopper; Obi-Wan Kenobi and Count Dooku; Han Solo and Chewbacca; the Ewoks; and of course, Darth Vader -all under the shadow of Vader’s Castle! Fans will be excited to discover these creepy stories by fan-favorite writer Cavan Scott with art by the greatest talent from across the galaxy, including Derek Charm, Kelley Jones, Chris Fenoglio, Corin Howell, Robert Hack, and Charles Paul Wilson III!

Lastly from IDW this week, the first of a series of one-shots spotlighting each of the individual Turtles crawls up from the sewers and onto shelves. TMNT returns to its roots with new spotlights on individual Turtles, but this time they’re extra-large! Donatello understands that more is at stake than his brothers realize. In order to prepare for the coming conflict, Don will aim to repair his relationship with his mentor Harold… and his malicious robotic counterpart Metalhead! The new “Macros” will set up each individual Turtle for the climactic storyline leading to TMNT #100!

From Image this week, a new title called Blackbird #1 by Sam Humphries and Jen Bartel. In this neo-noir fantasy, Nina Rodriguez is positive that a secret magic world ruled by ruthless cabals is hiding just beneath the veneer of Los Angeles. The problem: everyone thinks she’s crazy. The bigger problem: she’s not crazy – she’s right. Can she unravel the mystery before the Great Beast catches up with her?

Also from Image this week, Dead Rabbit #1 by Gerry Duggan and John McCrea! Back in the ’90s, DEAD RABBIT was a prolific Boston stick-up man and hoodlum, until he took down one last big score and disappeared. Nobody ever discovered the truth: he retired to be with the love of his life. Now he’s back in the mask to save her, but no one-not his wife, the mafia, or the cops-is happy that he’s out of retirement.

It’s a big week for Image new series, and add to that Errand Boys #1 (of 5). In the future, if you can’t find a decent job, you run errands-the dangerous, often illegal kind. 30-year-old Jace Lopaz is a hard-worn scoundrel and a lifelong solo act-until he’s saddled with his 13-year-old half-brother Tawnk full-time. Now Jace has two mouths to feed while evading the law, running from aliens, and jumping off skyscrapers. The only thing weirder than the vastness of space is family.

Lastly from Image this week, new series Jook Joint #1 (of 5 ) hits the racks. Mahalia runs the hottest spot in all of 1950s New Orleans. The Jook Joint keeps the jazz popping, people bopping… and the women? The women are to die for. There’s only one rule: “Keep your hands to yourself.” But some men think rules don’t apply to them, and Mahalia and her coven of slain women enjoy reminding them that they most certainly do.

It’s a big week for Marvel too! First off, The Shatterstar Mini-series debuts with issue #1 (of 5). A gladiator, a warrior, a hero…the man called Shatterstar has been many things, but one thing he’s always been is deadly. He’s not a man you want to cross or you’ll learn that fact all too well. Walk back into the darkness with Shatterstar.

Doc Ock makes his return in Superior Octopus #1 as part of the Spider-Geddon tie in! Doc Ock has set up shop as San Francisco’s protector, but you won’t believe his methods. Some of Otto Octavius’s new super hero strategies may make Spider-Man regret letting him free, but the good doctor swears that he’s the SUPERIOR OCTOPUS!

Another one-shot kicks off some new What If’s this week with What If Spider Man #1! What if Peter Parker wasn’t the one bitten by the radioactive spider? What if the person who got bit was someone who didn’t live by the mantra of “with great power comes great responsibility”? What if that person was an egotistical bully who was only interested in taking care of himself? What if…FLASH THOMPSON became Spider-Man?

Lastly from Marvel this week, X-Men Black begins with Magneto #1! MAGNETO IS BACK! …and so is Chris Claremont! For years, Magneto has done everything he can to achieve his goals for mutant domination. But now Magneto has declared that enough is enough. So what revolutionary plan does Magneto have that will change the face of mutantkind? And will anyone be able to stop him? Will anyone want to? PLUS: Includes Part 1 of X-MEN BLACK: APOCALYPSE the back up story by Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler, and Geraldo Borge.

From AfterShock this week a new horror series debuts called Lollipop Kids #1! When immigrants came to the new world they didn’t only bring their hopes and dreams, they also brought their MONSTERS. Years ago, early settlers locked these monsters away in a secret prison deep in the woods of New Amsterdam so that they would never return to the Old World again. Those woods have since become Central Park and now the monsters have escaped! Nick, a 14-year-old Harlem resident, finds out that he is a “legacy” to a secret society that for the last 400 years has kept monsters in check. Now Nick and a ragtag group of kids just like him have to put the monsters back before they get out of the park and destroy the city.

Here is your complete list:

Boom! Studios

Giant Days #43

Jim Henson Beneath Dark Crystal #3

Sparrowhawk #1

Steven Universe Harmony #3

WWE #21

Dark Horse

Death Orb #1

Tomb Raider Inferno #4

Umbrella Academy Hotel Oblivion #1

War Bears #2

DC

Adventures of the Super Sons #3

Batman #56

Batman Blank Comic #1

Border Town #2

Curse of Brimstone #7

Deathstroke #36

Dreaming #2

Green Arrow #45

Green Lanterns #56

Harley Quinn #51

Injustice 2 #35

Justice League #9

Nightwing #50

Superman Blank Comic #1

Unexpected #5

United States Vs Murder Inc #2

Wonder Woman & Justice League Dark #1

Wonder Woman Blank Comic #1

Dynamite

Barbarella #10

Battlestar Galactica Classic #0

James Bond Origin #2

Lone Ranger Vol 3 #1

Rainbow Brite #1

IDW

Batman The Maxx #1

Black Crown Quarterly #4

Ducktales #13

House Amok #2

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #71

Star Wars Tales from Vaders Castle #1

TMNT Macroseries #1

Transformers Bumblebee Movie Prequel #4

Image

Blackbird #1

Dead Rabbit #1

Die Die Die #3

Eclipse #11

Errand Boys #1

Jook Joint #1

Last Seige #5

Magic Order #4

New Lieutenants of Metal #4

Paper Girls #25

Paradiso #8

Redlands #7

Spawn #290

Thief of Thieves #41

Walking Dead #184

Marvel

Asgardians of the Galaxy #2

Champions #25

Cosmic Ghost Rider #4

Deadpool #5

Death of Inhumans #4

Doctor Strange #6

Infinity Wars Sleepwalker #1

Shatterstar #1

Star Wars #55

Superior Octopus #1

Tony Stark Iron Man #4

Typhoid Fever Spider Man #1

Weapon H #8

What If? Spider Man #1

X-Men Black Magneto #1

AfterShock Comics

Lollipop Kids #1

Walk Through Hell #5

Albatross Funnybooks

Spookhouse 2 #1

American Mythology Productions

Pellucidar #1

Zorro Swords of Hell #1

Amryl Entertainment

Cavewoman Marshvilles Beauties #1

Antarctic Press

Barack Panther #1

Gold Digger Halloween Super Special 2018

Mobster Graveyard #1

William the Last #1

Archie Comics

Archie #699

Archie and Me Comics Digest #11

Avatar Press

Uber Invasion #16

Boundless Comics

Belladonna Fire Fury #9

Full Moon Features

Dollman Kills the Full Moon Universe #3

Heavy Metal Magazine

Taarna #3

Lion Forge

Catalyst Prime Noble #12

Cellies #5

Oni Press

Kim Reaper Vampire Island #2

Rothic

Ancient Dreams #8

Southern Nightgown #7

Scout Comics

Obliv18N #2

Titan Comics

Dark Souls Age of Fire #4

Raid #3

Tank Girls All Stars #4

Vault Comics

Deep Roots #4

These Savage Shores #1

Waxwork Comics

Poser #2

Zenescope

Ripley’s Believe it or Not #1

New Comics September 26th 2018

Well Fall is finally here. The air is a little cooler, the leaves have started changing, and it is a HUGE week for comics, so put your nerdy sweater on and grab a pumpkin spice something and lets dive in!

From Dark Horse this week, one of the most anticipated comic releases in a long time from a Netflix TV show that was very likely spawned from the comic book medium, Stranger Things makes its debut this week with issue #1 (of 4). The nostalgia igniting hit Netflix original series comes to comic shelves. Follow Will Byers into a dimension of decay and destruction where he must use his wits and resolve to dodge the pursuit of the Demogorgon and escape the Upside Down. Written by award winning comics veteran Jody Houser (Faith, Orphan Black, Mother Panic). Based on Will’s unseen journey during season 1 of hit Netflix show Stranger Things.

From DC this week, Batgirl #27 drops, and has Barbara returning to Gotham, and the debut of a new costume! You can’t go home again. But that’s just where Barbara Gordon, a.k.a. Batgirl, is forced to go when the chip granting her mobility keeps shorting out in the aftermath of her clash with Grotesque. Will Commissioner Gordon drive Babs totally bonkers with his bedside manner? Or will the malfunctioning tech impact more than just her legs? Plus, what’s the deal with killer art critic Grotesque and his murderous new M.O.? It’s all in part two of “Art of the Crime.”

Huge week for DC with the release of Heroes In Crisis #1 (of 7) written by Tom King with art by Clay Mann! There’s a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who’ve been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wrong when many patients wind up dead, with two well-known operators as the prime suspects: Harley Quinn and Booster Gold! It’s up to the DC Trinity of Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman to investigate-but can they get the job done in the face of overwhelming opposition?

Lastly from DC this week, Justice League Odyssey is FINALLY out! Spinning out of JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE! When a cosmic menace threatens worlds beyond our own in the Ghost Sector, it falls to a new Justice League team to answer the call to battle! Cyborg, Starfire, Green Lantern Jessica Cruz and an out-of-his-element Azrael head to deep space inside a commandeered Brainiac Skull Ship. But as these wildcard teammates try to break through the impenetrable maelstrom imprisoning the desperate collection of planets, they discover something that nothing in the universe could have prepared them for: Darkseid…who says he’s there to help?! Written by Josh Williamson with art by Stjepan Sejic!

From Dynamite this week, Vampirella Deja Thoris #1 hits the shelf! The encounter that was destined to happen! When an alien scout ship crashes on Mars, Dejah Thoris must risk reigniting war with the Green Martians and becoming dinner for the white apes. But the stakes are raised so much higher when the ship is revealed to carry Vampirella, who is on a desperate mission of survival-one that might end before it truly begins!

From Image this week, a new title called Man-Eater lands! Eisner-nominated and New York Times bestselling thriller writer CHELSEA CAIN returns to comics with a new ONGOING SERIES! A mutation in Toxoplasmosis causes menstruating women to turn into ferocious killer wildcats-easily provoked and extremely dangerous. As panic spreads and paranoia takes root, the fate of the world rides on the shoulders of one twelve-year-old girl. Part Cat People, part The Handmaid’s Tale, MAN-EATERS will have everyone talking.

From Marvel this week, the second of the Infinity Warps hits shelves with Iron Hammer #1 (of 2). When Stark Odinson, the brainy but arrogant son of the All-Father, was kidnapped by Ice Giants and forced to make them an armory, he turned their forges against them and became the armored Asgardian, Iron Hammer!

Lastly from Marvel this week, The Spidergeddon is here! Spidergeddon #0 swings onto shelves this week. The end of all Spiders doesn’t exclude the star of the most anticipated video game of 2018! Marvel’s Spider-Man is out September 7, 2018 exclusively on PlayStation 4. He makes his Marvel Comics debut on September 26! How does he enter the Marvel Universe and what role will he play in the final chapter of SPIDER-VERSE?!

Here is your complete list:

Boom! Studios

Bone Parish #3

Fence #10

Jim Henson Labyrinth Coronation #7

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #31

Regular Show 25 Years Later #4

Thrilling Adventure Hour #3

WWE NXT Takeover Redemption #1

Dark Horse

Beasts of Burden Wise Dogs and Eldritch Men #2

Gamma #1

Modern Fantasy #4

Starcraft Scavengers #3

Stranger Things #1

DC

Action Comics #1003

Batgirl #27

Batman Beyond #24

Batman Kings of Fear #2

Detective Comics #989

Doomsday Clock #7

Flash #55

Heroes In Crisis #1

Justice League Dark #3

Justice League Odyssey #1

Looney Tunes #245

Raven Daughter of Darkness #8

Scarlet #2

Scooby Doo Team Up #42

Silencer #9

Terrifics #8

Titans #26

Wonder Woman #55

Dynamite

Red Sonja #21

Vampirella Deja Thoris #1

Xena #8

IDW

Bubba Ho-Tep & Cosmic Blood-Suckers #3

Disney Comics & Stories #1

My Little Pony Ponyville Mysteries #5

Rick & Morty Vs Dungeons & Dragons #2

Star Trek Vs Transformers #1

Star Wars Adventures #14

Transformers Lost Light #24

Uncle Scrooge My First Millions #1

Image

Cold Spots #2

Cyber Force #6

Gasolina #12

Man Eaters #1

Realm #9

Redneck #15

Regression #11

Shanghai Red #4

Wayward #29

Wicked & Divine 1373 One Shot

Witchblade #8

Marvel

Amazing Spider Man #6

Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider #24

Black Panther #4

Domino Annual #1

Edge of Spider Geddon #4

Extermination #3

Infinity Wars Iron Hammer #1

Marvel Two In One #10

Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur #35

Moon Knight #199

Old Man Hawkeye #9

Old Man Logan #48

Peter Parker Spectacular Spider Man #310

Punisher #2

Sentry #4

SpiderGeddon #0

Spider Man Deadpool #39

Star Wars Doctor Aphra #24

Star Wars Poe Dameron #31

Venom First Host #5

X-Men Blue #36

X-Men Red #8

Aardvark Vanaheim

Crisis on Infinite Cerebi #1

AfterShock Comics

Beyonders #2

Ahoy Comics

High Heaven #1

Albatross Funnybooks

Hillbilly Red Eyed Witchery From Beyond #2

American Mythology Productions

Underdog #4

Archie Comics

Archie Meets Batman 66 #3

Betty & Veronica Vixens #10

World of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #82

Aspen MLT Inc

Dissension War Eternal #3

Executive Assistant Iris Vol 5 #5

Broadsword Comics

Tarot Witch of the Black Rose #112

Golden Apple Books

Adventure Van #2

Blastosaurus #2

Oni Press

Invader Zim #35

Long Con #3

Rick & Morty #42

Scout Comics

Zinnober #4

Starburns Industries Press

Fantasmagoria #1

Studio Farlaine

Farlaine the Goblin #7

Titan Comics

Deadlife #3

Doctor Who 13th #0

Mike Hammer #4

Tokyopop

Nightmare Before Christmas Zeroes Journey #4

Valiant Entertainment

Faith Dreamside #1

Harbinger Wars 2 Aftermath #1

X-O Manowar #19

Vault Comics

Fearscape #1

Friendo #1

Zenescope

Grimm Fairy Tales #20

Paradise Court #3

Hungry Ghosts by Anthony Bourdain

While the world is still mourning after the passing of LEGEND Anthony Bourdain, coming in October, the final graphic novel of Hungry Ghosts will be published by Dark Horse Comics.

Hungry Ghosts “reunites the bestselling writer, chef, and award winning television host with accomplished co-writer Joel Rose, his friend and longtime collaborator, for a series of horror stories inspired by the popular Japanese Edo period parlour game of Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai. The graphic novel substitutes chefs in place of the traditional samurai, and transforms the classic stories of yokai, yorei, and obake by adding a common thread: food is central to each bone-chilling tale.  On a dark, eerie night a Russian oligarch dares a circle of international chefs to play the Samurai game of 100 Candles—where each storyteller blows out a candle after telling a terrifying tale of ghosts, demons and unspeakable beings, praying to survive the challenge.”

The full color, 128 page novel, will go on sale October 2nd!! So in a matter of seven days, you will be able to enjoy this amazing hardcover book! It will feature:

·  5 all-new original recipes prepared by Bourdain;

·  An extended dedication and beautiful send off to Bourdain written by Rose;

·  Stories stunningly illustrated by artists Sebastian Cabrol, Vanesa Del Rey, Francesco Francavilla, Irene Koh, Leonardo Manco, Alberto Ponticelli, Paul Pope, and Mateus Santolouco, with amazing color by Jose Villarrubia;

·  The Real Ghosts, a handy guide to the legendary spirits behind the terrifying tales, written by Rose, with illustrations by Leonardo Manco;

·  A reunion for Bourdain and Rose with legendary comic book editor Karen Berger — the editor of Dark Horse Comics’ imprint Berger Books and recent inductee into the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards Hall of Fame — who was the founding editor of Vertigo Comics, which published Bourdain and Rose’s graphic novel debut, the New York Times #1 bestseller, Get Jiro!

·  A jaw-dropping cover by bestselling comics artist Paul Pope.

Above all else, Anthony Bourdain was a writer. He wrote 14 different books, with a few more in progress at the time of his passing, and spend decades writing and starring in television!

“We hope you’ll celebrate Anthony Bourdain, and his love of story and food, by devouring this book. ”