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‘Onward’ Tops Slow Box Office

Onward

Family animated offering Onward opened to a muted $40 million from 4,310 theaters in North America, one of the lowest nationwide starts for a release from Disney/Pixar. Overall, revenue for the weekend was down more than 50 percent from the same frame in 2019, when Captain Marvel opened to $153 million. The top 12 …

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Image Announces New Urban Fantasy Maxi-Series ‘Bliss’

Bliss

Award winning playwright and bestselling comics writer Sean Lewis (Coyotes, Thumbs) reteams with fan favorite Coyotes artist Caitlin Yarsky for a dark urban fantasy maxi-series titled Bliss. It will consist of two story arcs and launch from Image Comics this June.   “I grew up seeing people getting addicted to things: drugs, success, sex… …

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‘Blackhand & Ironhead’ Webcominc Collected In Hardcover

Blackhand and Ironhead

The fan-favorite BlackHand & IronHead web comic miniseries by David López, originally published online by Panel Syndicate, will be collected and in print for the first time in the U.S. from Image Comics. This BlackHand & IronHead, Vol. 1 hardcover edition will be available in September. “After many years working only as an artist …

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‘The Invisible Man’ Tops Box Office

The Invisible Man

Universal and Blumhouse’s The Invisible Man scared up a stellar $29 million in its North American box office debut and $20.2 million overseas for a $49.2 million global start over the weekend. The Invisible Man had the best domestic opening for a horror pic since last September’s It: Chapter Two. The film, which cost just $7 …

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A Swashbuckling Advenure Sets Sail In ‘A Man Among Ye’

A Man Among Ye

Writer Stephanie Phillips and artist Craig Cermak invite readers aboard a high-seas adventure in a swashbuckling new series from Top Cow—A Man Among Ye—hitting comic shops this May.  Set during the waning days of piracy, when men were men (and the best pirates were…women?), writer Stephanie Phillips (Butcher of Paris, Descendent) …

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Christopher Priest’s Redefining Run On Vampirella Collected

Vampirella Seduction Of The Innocent

Dynamite announced the first of many collections compiling Christopher Priest’s redefining run on Vampirella, due out in April. Titled Seduction of the Innocent, this first trade paperback will collect issues #1-6 as well as the Free Comic Book Day 2019 #0 that kicked off the 50th-anniversary celebrations. Join writer Christopher Priest …

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‘sacredsix’ Expands Christopher Priest’s Vampirella Universe

sacredsix

Enter: a tale of two towns in rural Georgia. One is Ashthorne, an impoverished farming town with a deadly secret. Otherwise known as “Vampire Valley,” most of its citizens are vampires and sundry other ghouls, though not by choice or blood. These once-human victims are now shunned by society in …

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Oni Press Announces ‘Jonna’ Series For Middle Readers

Jonna

Chris Samnee, a creative force behind celebrated runs on Marvel’s Daredevil, Black Widow, Thor The Mighty Avenger and more, and whose previous work with Oni includes the critically acclaimed graphic novel Capote in Kansas, teams with co-writer Laura Samnee and colorist Matthew Wilson for an ongoing middle reader adventure series, …

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Todd McFarlane’s SPAWN Makes First Appearance As Part Of The Mortal Kombat Franchise

Spawn Mortal Kombat

Just when fans thought that Mortal Kombat couldn’t get any better… SPAWN enters onto the scene of Mortal Kombat 11! McFarlane Toys has teamed up with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios to bring SPAWN to the world-renowned Mortal Kombat franchise. For the first time, McFarlane Toys is REVEALING a SPAWN Mortal Kombat Action Figure!The SPAWN Mortal Kombat Action figure is emulating his iconic look from the Mortal Kombat 11 videogame …

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True Grit Meets Breaking Bad In ‘That Texas Blood’

That Texas Blood

Critically acclaimed Criminal colorist and first time solo artist Jacob Phillips and writer Chris Condon break onto the scene with a brand-new ongoing series—That Texas Blood—launching from Image Comics this May. “I’ve always had a fondness for the West. When you’re a kid it’s the Old West—cowboys and six-shooters, the lawless frontier of Deadwood and Tombstone. …

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