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  • Interior Artwork Released for ROYAL CITY

    This week, Image Comics revealed a preview of the inner artwork for ROYAL CITY, written and illustrated by New York Times bestselling author Jeff Lemire. “ROYAL CITY is the first ongoing series that I have both written and drawn since Sweet Tooth and it’s definitely my most ambitious and personal project to date,” said Lemire. Following […]

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  • SEXCASTLE Creator Returns with New Series ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN

    This April, Eisner-nominated Kyle Starks of SEXCASTLE and Rick and Morty brings us a new “hobo-tastic action comedy series” in ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN. ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN has “high action, epic stakes, magic, friendships, trains, punching, kicking, joking, a ton of hobo nonsense, and the Literal Devil.” That’s right, folks: the Devil himself. A hobo must fight his […]

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  • Review: Dungeons & Dragons Frost Giant’s Fury #1

    The Baldur’s Gate heroes are back, though they’re battered and bruised. DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: FROST GIANT’S FURY#1 continues our heroes’ story at The Spine of the World, a treacherous mountain range where ice and snow reign–along with dragons, ogres, and giants. This comic was an enjoyable read, and writer Jim Zub did an excellent job […]

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  • GOD COUNTRY Sent to Reprints on Day of Release

    New comic GOD COUNTRY #1 by Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw is a hot commodity, as is evident by its rush back to print on the day of its release. In case you’ve missed out, GOD COUNTRY is a story of Emmet Quinlan, a widower with dementia who causes problems for kids and cops with […]

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  • Horror Series GLITTERBOMB Coming in Paperback this March

    From Image Comics comes a new trade paperback of their horror comic series GLITTERBOMB, due out this March. Writer Jim Zub, known for WAYWARD and SKULLKICKERS, and artist Djibril Morissette-Phan (of The Ultimates and All-New Wolverine) join forces to bring us into the lives of “the dark heart of celebrity” with this paperback. Farrah Durante struggles to […]

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