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Matt Fraction And Albert Monteys Release ‘Solid State’ Graphic Novel

Solid State

Writer Matt Fraction (SEX CRIMINALS, CASANOVA, ODY-C) and artist Albert Monteys (Universe!) will team up with singer-songwriter/internet phenomenon Jonathan Coulton for the high-concept graphic novel SOLID STATE to accompany his concept album of the same name this July. Two guys, connected by a name and hundreds of years, somehow stand …

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New ‘Saga’ Arc Kicks Off With 25¢ Issue

Saga

Image Comics announced that the full-length 43rd issue of Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ multiple Eisner Award-winning series SAGA will be priced at $0.25 in celebration of Image’s 25th anniversary. In addition to this collectible $0.25 issue, limited quantities of a commemorative Image 25th anniversary print featuring exclusive and …

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‘Centipede’ Becomes The Latest Atari Game To Come To Comics

Centipede

Dynamite Entertainment continues its partnership with Atari to create a new comics line based on beloved Atari video game titles. The two entertainment juggernauts are pleased to announce that Centipede will join the recently released Swordquest as the latest title in the retrogaming series. Launching in July, Centipede #1 will …

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Dynamite Expands James Bond Franchise With ‘Kill Chain’

James Bond Kill Chain

Andy Diggle — the British writer who redefined Green Arrow at DC Comics, thrilled readers with an impressive Daredevil run at Marvel, and scripted the critically acclaimed James Bond: Hammerhead, has reteamed with Hammerhead artist Luca Casalanguida to bring fans the next chapter in the James Bond series, entitled Kill …

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Rock and Roll Mystery ‘Rockstars’ Hits Paperback This June

Rockstars

Fan-favorite writer Joe Harris (SNOWFALL, X-Files) and mega-talented artist Megan Hutchison (An Aurora Grimeon Story: Will O’ the Wisp) will release the first trade paperback collection of their ongoing musical mystery series ROCKSTARS this June. When a pattern of unsolved groupie murders from the 1970s resumes in present-day Los Angeles, …

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