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‘True War Stories’ Arriving For Local Comic Shop Day

True War Stories

Z2’s diverse 20/21 publishing slate continues to be revealed. Z2 announced that that the ambitious project pairing members of the US military with the biggest names in comics to share real war stories told by those who lived them will be available for Local Comic Shop Day (November25). This unique …

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Sweet Paprika Comic Debuts In 2021

Sweet Paprika

Image Comics announced that acclaimed creator Mirka Andolfo (Mercy, Unnatural) is going to develop a new comic book series based on her new IP Sweet Paprika, already announced as an animated project developed by Arancia Studio and Grey Ladder Productions, with Director Gabriele Pennacchioli (Emmy Award winner in 2019 for Love, Death …

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‘The Strange Talent Of Luther Strode’ To Come To The Big Screen

The Strange Talent Of Luther Strode

Allnighter announced that it will be adapting the hit Image Comics series THE STRANGE TALENT OF LUTHER STRODE as a feature film in partnership with series co creators Justin Jordan and Tradd Moore. Allnighter’s Dinesh Shamdasani, Hunter Gorinson, and Amanda Kruse will produce the film alongside co-creators Jordan and Moore. Jordan is currently …

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Red Sonja’s Powers Are Unleashed Against Superheroes in New Series

Red Sonja-SuperPowers

Red Sonja has clashed with swords, sorcery, and all manner of monsters in her Hyborean adventures. But how does she far against, and alongside, spandex and capes? Dynamite kicks off 2021 answering that question with RED SONJA: THE SUPERPOWERS! Complementing the companion series VAMPIRELLA: THE DARK POWERS, acclaimed writer and event …

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Mirka Andolfo’s ‘Mercu’ Spins Off With A Seductive Sequel Series—’Merciless’

Merciless

Mirka Andolfo’s Mercy—which stole the hearts of readers early on with its Victorian monster vibe and became one of the top selling series of the year—will live on in a spinoff sequel series titled Merciless. This new miniseries will continue to be written by Andolfo and will introduce the talents of rising …

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Dynamite’s Heroes Are In the Mood for Love in DIE!NAMITE Special

Dienamite Our Bloody Valentine

When is there a better time to look for love than in the middle of a zombie apocalypse? You can’t help what the heart wants, and Dynamite’s heroes want smooches in the new DIE!NAMITE: OUR BLOODY VALENTINE special! This new special one-shot is directly tied to the smash hit DIE!NAMITE series, which …

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Remender & Opena’s ‘Seven To Eternity’ Begins Final Story Arc This November

Seven To Eternity

The fourth and final story arc of the bestselling fantasy series Seven to Eternity by writer Rick Remender (The Scumbag, Deadly Class, Black Science) and artist Jerome Opeña (Fear Agent, Punisher) will begin with issue #14 this November. The series is projected to come to its breathtaking conclusion in 2021 with an extra-length Seven to …

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Writer/Artist Brandon Graham’s Miniseries ‘Rain Like Hammers’ Set To Launch In Jamuary

Rain Like Hammers

For fans of King City and Prophet comes an all new science fiction, mystery tale—Rain Like Hammers—by writer and artist Brandon Graham from Image Comics. The five issue miniseries will kick-off this January and every issue in the series will be extra length. Eugene is a new inhabitant of Elephant, a walking city on the …

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‘The Drops of God Volumes 23-33’ Digitally Available Today in English for the First Time

The Drops of God

ComiXology and Kodansha Comics released volumes 23-33 of the international bestseller The Drops of God manga series in English for the first time. These 11 new volumes join the 22 previously released, all of which can be read digitally as part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive content at no additional …

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Filmmaker Eric D. Howell Releases Graphic Novel, ‘The Revolution of Cassandra’

The Revolution of Cassandra

Filmmaker Eric D. Howell announces his newest foray into storytelling with a graphic novel based on an award-winning screenplay of the same title, “The Revolution of Cassandra.” The full color, 230-page, novel tells the story of Cassandra, a patchouli-wearing humanitarian, caught in the crossfire of a raging civil war, who must …

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