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Afrofuturist Sci-Fi Trade Paperback ‘New Masters’ Hits Shelves This October

New Masters

Nigerian brothers and co-creators Shobo Coker(Buckhead) and Shof Coker (“Moremi” feature in Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire) portray a striking vision of West Africa under the thumb of alien colonizers in the forthcoming New Masters. The trade paperback edition will collect issues #1-6 of the immersive Afrofuturist series and land in …

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Skybound Comet Previews ‘Ava’s Demon Book One: Reborn’  

Avas Demon

Skybound Comet unveiled a thrilling preview of Ava’s Demon Book One: Reborn, acclaimed author Michelle Fus’ first book in a new series of graphic novels collecting their groundbreaking YA webcomic now available for the first time in the book market. The upcoming original graphic novel is an exciting release for …

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Red Sonja & Hell Sonja Face Cosmic Horrors In An Epic Return & Expansion of The Sonjaverse

Red Sonja Hell Sonja

Two of the most powerful forces in the Dynamite mythos collide to conclude this year, in Red Sonja / Hell Sonja. But are they meeting as foes or allies, and will both survive to tell the tale? Writer Jordan Clark (Samurai Sonja) returns to the Sonjaverse in an all-new story that …

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‘All Against All’ Presents A Primal Vision Of Humanity Gone Terribly Wrong

All Against All

Image Comics announced the upcoming, All Against All by writer Alex Paknadel (Giga), artist/colorist Caspar Wijngaard (Home Sick Pilots), and letterer Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (Rogues’ Gallery) and the latest from the Syzygy imprint. This five issue miniseries will offer a uniquely harrowing and vividly illustrated tale and launch in December. All …

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Savage Tales: Winter Special Heats Up This December. Kubert School Graduates Shine in Anthology Special

Savage Tales

Dynamite announced that the upcoming Savage Tales: Winter Special is back with more thrilling tales of Dynamite’s biggest stars as well as legends of the pulps. This December’s special will feature two up-and-coming artists and graduates of the prestigious Kubert School, Mariano Benitez Chapo and Hamish Munro-Cook. They’ll be teaming …

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Cyberpunk & Dark Magic Collide In Upcoming Series ‘Hexware’

Hexware

Acclaimed creator Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash, Revival, Nightwing, Superman vs. Lobo) and rising star Zulema Scotto Lavina (Red Sonja, The Little Mermaid) join forces for the forthcoming Hexware. This futuristic six issue miniseries is set to launch in December from Image Comics, in cooperation with the Italian media company and creative …

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Oni Press And Warner Bros. Enters The Lovecraft Dimension With New Rick And Morty Miniseries

Rick and Morty vs Cthulhu

The Oni-Lion Forge Publishing Group, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Adult Swim, announces the release of a new Rick and Morty miniseries, Rick and Morty vs. Cthulhu Part 1: The Whisperer in the Dorkness, available December 7, 2022. This first installment of the four-part miniseries journeys down …

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Disney’s Gargoyles Awaken From Stone & Return To Comics

Gargoyles

Disney’s beloved Gargoyles are returning to comics once more this December as the perfect holiday season gift to fans all over, and to kick right into the new year. Creator and preeminent driver of the characters Greg Weisman (Young Justice) returns to chronicle the latest adventures of everyone’s favorite nocturnal New York …

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‘Soldier Stories’ Anthology Shares Veteran Tales This November

Soldier Stories

Top Cow gives veterans a voice through sequentialstorytelling in the upcoming, Soldier Stories. This anthology is set to release the week of Veterans Day, in honor of veterans, and will include the contributions of creators, Brian Anthony (USA), Jalysa Conway (UAF), Megan Ferrell Burke (USMC), and Rev. William J. Bellamy …

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Meet Giulietta Romero – Hitwoman! Fred Van Lente Turns the Spotlight, From the Pages of Jennifer Blood

Giulietta Romeo

You can’t keep a bad woman down, and none are badder than Giulietta Romero, the professional assassin that was introduced in the recent Jennifer Blood series. Now writer Fred Van Lente is taking his bombshell bandage-masked hitwoman antagonist into her own story inspired by none other than William “The Bard” …

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