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Picks of the Week: February 26th New Releases

Book of the Week

Insufficient Direction by Moyoco Anno

From the pen of internationally renowned comic artist Moyoco Anno, comes a biography of one of the animation world’s biggest and most polarizing names, her husband Hideaki Anno. Long before Hideaki Anno married Moyoco Anno, he was known as the creator of one of the most popular animated works of all time, Neon Genesis Evangelion. But little was known about the author’s personal life. Along came comic artist Moyoco Anno, then came love, then came marriage and then came a comic about how she changed his life. Hopefully for the better.

~Preview~ (Japanese)

Singles of the Week

Samurai Jack Special: Director’s Cut, includes art by Lynne Naylor

BACK TO THE PAST! As the evil demon Aku takes over the ancient world, the fate of the world rests in the hands of a noble samurai warrior. But when Aku blasts him into the future (a future ruled by the shapeshifting demon), Samurai Jack must find a way to return and right the wrongs of the past! This special Director’s Cut reprints the classic adaptation of the first three episodes of Samurai Jack, along with bonus pages and commentary from creator Genndy Tartakovsky and artist Bill Wray!

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Superman: Lois Lane one-shot, written by Marguerite Bennett, includes art by Emanuela Lupacchino and Meghan Hetrick

Lois Lane is known for chasing down stories - but what happens when the story is her family? As her father gains more power in the government, Lois’s sister Lucy has become involved with a deadly drug scene! Meanwhile, Lois thought she was rid of the influence of Brainiac, but now she finds that the the computer tyrant of Colu is calling out to her again!

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Tomb Raider #1, written by Gail Simone

Superstar writer Gail Simone picks up Lara Croft’s story where the smash hit Tomb Raider game left off-in a new ongoing comics series! Following the game acclaimed for its bold and sophisticated new vision, this series launches Lara Croft on the formative adventures that will change her life forever! The official continuation of Lara Croft’s story! The 2013 video game sold over 3.5 million copies! "Tomb Raider is the quintessential example of a reboot done right."-Gaming Trend

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Collection of the Week

Angel & Faith vol. 5: What You Want, Not What You Need TP, art by Rebekah Isaacs

Angel’s quest to restore Giles’s life has entered its last stage. As he and Faith prepare to carry out their task and resurrect an old friend, Season 9’s Big Bads enter the last phase of their own plan to restore balance to earth.

Forgive me fair readers, for this is it for Market “Monday” this week. I have a big project going on at work right now which is just burning through my ADHD meds every day. But if you want to know all about mitigating excessive subcontractor pass-through in cost-reimbursable contracts with civilian government agencies, pull up a chair!

eternalbeliever12:

ladiesmakingcomics:

Black History Month Webcomics Wednesday
Stampede: Jessica’s Story by Chantelle Awere

Youth crime is on the rise in England as the gap between social classes increases. Resulting in an increase in street “gangs.” To tackle this problem the government made a plan to reform these unruly teenagers by giving these youths an incentive. Which was providing them with their own housing and “pocket” money but only if they study a course of the government’s choice, stay out of trouble and attend classes as often as necessary. A quick fix to a very complicated problem.
Stampede: Jessica’s story is about a troubled angry girl stuck under one of the government’s incentives and her empathetic classmate named Ryam who befriends her. But as Jessica slowly falls back into street gang culture, Ryam also finds himself falling in with her as he tries to help her to stop. Deep into a downward spiral of fight clubs, hatred and gang rivalry. Will both of them get out of it alive or will it end tragically? Is there any hope for a hurt and struggling youth?

Stampede was inspired by her life growing up in South London and the racial and class disparities and youth alienation she observed. Chantelle’s on tumblr as eternalbeliever12

Whoa!! Thanks alot for sharing my artwork I really appreciate it! In fact I’m quite shocked was not expecting this! Thank-you!
Just one thing, I saw the word “racial” and got a bit alarmed as I do not want anyone to think that the story is focusing on anything to do with racial inequality. Its mainly focusing on class inequality and how it effects youth (as a whole from all racial backgrounds.) Race is a topic I’ve decided to not tackle or focus on much in this story. But the comic is based in my town where we are all quite racially diverse so I try to reflect that in the characters. I just wanted the character set to be diverse. Just writing this incase, sorry if I misunderstood! >.>

Thanks for the clarification!

eternalbeliever12:

ladiesmakingcomics:

Black History Month Webcomics Wednesday

Stampede: Jessica’s Story by Chantelle Awere

Youth crime is on the rise in England as the gap between social classes increases. Resulting in an increase in street “gangs.” To tackle this problem the government made a plan to reform these unruly teenagers by giving these youths an incentive. Which was providing them with their own housing and “pocket” money but only if they study a course of the government’s choice, stay out of trouble and attend classes as often as necessary. A quick fix to a very complicated problem.

Stampede: Jessica’s story is about a troubled angry girl stuck under one of the government’s incentives and her empathetic classmate named Ryam who befriends her. But as Jessica slowly falls back into street gang culture, Ryam also finds himself falling in with her as he tries to help her to stop. Deep into a downward spiral of fight clubs, hatred and gang rivalry. Will both of them get out of it alive or will it end tragically? Is there any hope for a hurt and struggling youth?

Stampede was inspired by her life growing up in South London and the racial and class disparities and youth alienation she observed. Chantelle’s on tumblr as eternalbeliever12

Whoa!! Thanks alot for sharing my artwork I really appreciate it! In fact I’m quite shocked was not expecting this! Thank-you!

Just one thing, I saw the word “racial” and got a bit alarmed as I do not want anyone to think that the story is focusing on anything to do with racial inequality. Its mainly focusing on class inequality and how it effects youth (as a whole from all racial backgrounds.) Race is a topic I’ve decided to not tackle or focus on much in this story. But the comic is based in my town where we are all quite racially diverse so I try to reflect that in the characters. I just wanted the character set to be diverse. Just writing this incase, sorry if I misunderstood! >.>

Thanks for the clarification!

Black History Month Webcomics Wednesday
Stampede: Jessica’s Story by Chantelle Awere

Youth crime is on the rise in England as the gap between social classes increases. Resulting in an increase in street “gangs.” To tackle this problem the government made a plan to reform these unruly teenagers by giving these youths an incentive. Which was providing them with their own housing and “pocket” money but only if they study a course of the government’s choice, stay out of trouble and attend classes as often as necessary. A quick fix to a very complicated problem.
Stampede: Jessica’s story is about a troubled angry girl stuck under one of the government’s incentives and her empathetic classmate named Ryam who befriends her. But as Jessica slowly falls back into street gang culture, Ryam also finds himself falling in with her as he tries to help her to stop. Deep into a downward spiral of fight clubs, hatred and gang rivalry. Will both of them get out of it alive or will it end tragically? Is there any hope for a hurt and struggling youth?

Stampede was inspired by her life growing up in South London and the racial and class disparities and youth alienation she observed. Chantelle’s on tumblr as eternalbeliever12

Black History Month Webcomics Wednesday

Stampede: Jessica’s Story by Chantelle Awere

Youth crime is on the rise in England as the gap between social classes increases. Resulting in an increase in street “gangs.” To tackle this problem the government made a plan to reform these unruly teenagers by giving these youths an incentive. Which was providing them with their own housing and “pocket” money but only if they study a course of the government’s choice, stay out of trouble and attend classes as often as necessary. A quick fix to a very complicated problem.

Stampede: Jessica’s story is about a troubled angry girl stuck under one of the government’s incentives and her empathetic classmate named Ryam who befriends her. But as Jessica slowly falls back into street gang culture, Ryam also finds himself falling in with her as he tries to help her to stop. Deep into a downward spiral of fight clubs, hatred and gang rivalry. Will both of them get out of it alive or will it end tragically? Is there any hope for a hurt and struggling youth?

Stampede was inspired by her life growing up in South London and the racial and class disparities and youth alienation she observed. Chantelle’s on tumblr as eternalbeliever12

All-Ages New Releases: February 19, 2014

Adventure Time #25, art by Shelli Paroline and Jess Fink

Ever have a favorite item? Something that you plan to keep with you always? Something that has a history back further than you can remember? Something precious…cherished…that will continue on after you’ve left on your final adventure and keep continuing. This is the story of that gem, and how truly loved it was. Join an ensemble of fan-favorite creators as we celebrate the 25th issue of ADVENTURE TIME with this very special issue!

~Preview~

The Midas Flesh #3, art by Shelli Paroline, variant cover by Kate Leth

Dinosaurs, spaceships, and adventure–OH MY! With The Federation hot on their tails, how long can our favorite crew hold onto the source of the greatest power of all time: THE MIDAS TOUCH?

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Medium Tie-In New Releases, February 19, 2014

Jericho: Season 4 #5, written by Kalinda Vasquez

The grand finale of Jericho Season Four changes everything! Everything hangs in the balance as Jake Green and Robert Hawkins are faced with a terrible choice, one that could change everything for the residents of Jericho… and the Allied States of America! Don’t miss the stunning conclusion of Jericho, brought to you by the writing staff of the acclaimed series!

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Robocop: Memento Mori one-shot, colors by Ruth Redmond

When Alex Murphy goes under the knife, his memories converge with reality. Perception is blurred and his mind tries to cope with the changes forced upon his very soul. Through a distortion of the past, his present horrors loom over him.Through the eyes of the failed test subjects on the path to making a successful integration between man and machine, Dr. Norton is forced to ask whether the sacrifice of a few is truly the path towards salvation. His morality must come head to head with Sellars’ vision.

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Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi - Force War #4, art by Jan Duursema

Xesh and his Rakatan master are leading their ravening army to the temple of Anil Kesh and the chasm below-hoping to find a gateway to the galaxy at the bottom! But Je’daii Shae Koda dogs Xesh’s steps, hoping to bring her lover back to the light side of the Force! The dark side invasion comes to a Je’daii temple! War comes to the Je’daii’s doorstep!

X-Files Conspiracy - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles one-shot, cover by Miran Kim

The Turtles are doing their best to avoid trouble in Northampton. Unfortunately, trouble finds them in the form of the Lone Gunmen! The fate of the world depends on the Gunmen getting the reclusive Turtles’ help. Add in an undead menace and things are going to get downright dangerous

Small Press New Releases: February 19, 2014

Alex + Ada #4, co-written by Sarah Vaughn

Alex makes a decision that will change Ada forever.

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Curse #2, colors by Tamra Bonvillain

Laney Griffin has captured the murderer that has been terrorizing his small town, but Anton Chavoy is no ordinary psychopath — he’s a werewolf. As Laney scratches dates off the calendar until the wolf’s return, hoping Anton’s transformation will be the proof that wins him the bounty to finance his son’s leukemia treatment, Laney’s problems continue to mount – he’s the chief suspect in Sheriff Nora Hughes’ pursuit of the town’s murderer. Laney is going to learn the hard way that the CURSE comes at the greatest cost.

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Quantum & Woody #8, art by Ming Doyle

CHARGE! Quantum and Woody vs. Magnum Security…for all the marbles! Who would have suspected that Quantum’s employer Mr. Magnum and his private security firm were up to no good? So now the would-be victims of Magnum’s violence and greed rally around our unlikely heroes to protect their heavily fortified, heavily armed mountain town. These colors don’t run!

~Preview~

Red Sonja #7, written by Gail Simone, covers by Amy Reeder and Jenny Frison

Part 1 of a new story arc! Fresh from her ordeals in the Queen of the Plague epic, Sonja is charged with the task of playing bodyguard to Hyborea’s greatest chef, even though seemingly everyone wants him dead! Join us for this unique issue of recipes, culinary technique, and decapitation!

~Preview~

Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris #36, art by Debora Carita

Dejah tries to save the young girl that has been placed in her care while a relentless assassin tries to kill them both. The race for survival takes them into the heart of one of the darkest regions of Barsoom where they face a horde of hostile creatures!

~Preview~

The Unwritten: Apocalypse #2, cover by Yuko Shimizu

In the ruins of a post-literary world, Richie and Lizzie go in search of their lost friend Tom Taylor. But to find him, they’ll have to venture into the most dangerous place on Earth: London.

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Marvel & DC New Releases: February 19, 2014

Birds of Prey #28, written by Christy Marx

Welcome to Gothtopia! Die happy! Black Canary confronts Ra’s al Ghul – who makes her an offer that could save her husband! Is she willing to pay the ultimate price?

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Red Hood and the Outlaws #28, colors by Nei Ruffino

The Outlaws head off for a well-earned rest as Jason tries to rekindle his romance with Isabelle – but they are soon fighting for their lives against a new cartel!

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Iron Man Annual #1, colors by Esther Sanz

FATAL FRONTIER is over. The moon is safe. The Earth is safe. But is Tony’s sanity? What comes back from the moon with Tony? What new friends and new enemies? Once you’ve passed the fatal, final frontier, can you ever go back?

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Journey Into Mystery Complete Collection vol. 1 TP, colors by Jessica Kholinne and covers by Stephanie Hans

Loki has been reborn as a child…but will he be Asgard’s savior? Fear Itself looms, and the Serpent threatens Earth! The mortals’ only hope is that Thor can fulfill an ancient prophecy, but the plan is doomed to fail without help from young Loki. The former Lord of Lies’ only chance of success is to utilize all the skills of deceit that made him so hated in his past life…but will he find redemption or damn himself further? And in the war’s aftermath, Nightmare is gathering enough energy to rule the world…and the mother lode is inside Loki’s mind. Aided by an undead handmaiden and a demon puppy, Loki will risk everything on a scheme so crazy, it could only have been hatched by a god of mischief!

Picks of the Week: February 19th, 2014 New Releases

Book of the Week

On Loving Women by Diane Obomsawin

On Loving Women is an all-new collection of stories by Diane Obomsawin about coming out, first love, and sexual identity. With this work, Obomsawin brings her gaze to bear on subjects closer to home - her friends and lovers’ personal accounts of first realizing they’re gay or first finding love with another woman. Her stripped-down pages use the bare minimum of linework to expressively reveal heartbreak, joy, irritation, and fear. Within these pages, Obomsawin has forged a poignant, powerful narrative that speaks to the difficulties of coming out and the joys of being loved.

~Preview~ (PDF)

Singles of the Week

Harley Quinn #3, co-written and cover by Amanda Conner

It’s Valentine’s Day, and Harley is getting depressed watching happy couples walk by. Will a special gift from Poison Ivy turn things around for Harley?

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Teen Titans Go! #2, art by Lea Hernandez

 When Starfire signs the team up for the popular reality show contest, I’ve Got Your Talent Right Here, Robin becomes determined to show the world just how talented the Teen Titans really are! Then, after a fight with Captain Cold, Beast Boy and Robin come down with a cold themselves! Running high fevers and quarantined from the rest of the Titans…the madness begins to set in!

~Preview~

Collection of the Week

Red Sonja vol. 1: Queen of the Plagues TP, written by Gail Simone

Gail Simone (Batgirl, Birds of Prey) gives the iconic fantasy heroine a fresh new attitude!  Red Sonja, the She-Devil with a Sword, intends to pay back a blood debt owed to the one man who has gained her respect… even if it means leading a doomed army to their certain deaths! Who is Dark Annisia, and how has this fearsome warrior accomplished what no god nor demon has been able to do: force Sonja to her knees in surrender? An epic tale of blood, lust, and vengeance, Queen of the Plagues takes Red Sonja from the depths of her own grave to the heights of battlefield glory.

~Preview~ 

Market “Monday” on its way tonight

Presidents’ Day pushed back the release of this week’s shipping list, but it’s up now and I’ll be posting the lady-made books later tonight. Watch this space.

gingerhaze:

Guys! LUMBERJANES #1 is coming out April 9th! As you may recall, LUMBERJANES is a story about five badass girls who are best friends and go to camp and fight monsters in the woods! You can read more about it here, and here. 
But just because it’s being published, doesn’t mean it’ll stick around. The most important thing you can do to make sure that BOOM! Box can keep publishing LUMBERJANES for as long as possible is pre-order LUMBERJANES #1 at your local comic book store. Comic book retailers aren’t allowed to return any comics that they order for their store and can’t sell — because of that, they generally play it safe and order mainly what they know their customers will buy. Let them know you want LUMBERJANES and more comics like it. These comic book store sales numbers determine whether we can keep making the book! You can read more about how comic book distribution works and why pre-ordering is so important in this fantastic post by Kelly Sue DeConnick here. Here’s what you gotta do: 1) Print this form out today.2) Fill it out, including how many copies at $3.99 you’d like to purchase.3) Bring it into your local comic shop on Wednesday when you go buy new comics, or if you’ve never been to your local comic shop, you can find one here. You can take it in anytime before March 16! That’s the cut-off date for pre-orders!
4) Pick up your LUMBERJANES comic on April 9th and be like, “Dang, this rocks the most!”

Download the PDF version here! 
JOIN THE REVOLUTION! KICK BUTT, TAKE NAMES! FRIENDSHIP TO THE MAX!

My LCS just sent out their April order form, so I thought I’d remind all of you too!

gingerhaze:

Guys! LUMBERJANES #1 is coming out April 9th! As you may recall, LUMBERJANES is a story about five badass girls who are best friends and go to camp and fight monsters in the woods! You can read more about it here, and here

But just because it’s being published, doesn’t mean it’ll stick around. The most important thing you can do to make sure that BOOM! Box can keep publishing LUMBERJANES for as long as possible is pre-order LUMBERJANES #1 at your local comic book store. Comic book retailers aren’t allowed to return any comics that they order for their store and can’t sell — because of that, they generally play it safe and order mainly what they know their customers will buy. Let them know you want LUMBERJANES and more comics like it. These comic book store sales numbers determine whether we can keep making the book! You can read more about how comic book distribution works and why pre-ordering is so important in this fantastic post by Kelly Sue DeConnick here

Here’s what you gotta do: 
1) Print this form out today.
2) Fill it out, including how many copies at $3.99 you’d like to purchase.
3) Bring it into your local comic shop on Wednesday when you go buy new comics, or if you’ve never been to your local comic shop, you can find one hereYou can take it in anytime before March 16That’s the cut-off date for pre-orders!
4) Pick up your LUMBERJANES comic on April 9th and be like, “Dang, this rocks the most!”
Download the PDF version here! 

JOIN THE REVOLUTION! KICK BUTT, TAKE NAMES! FRIENDSHIP TO THE MAX!

My LCS just sent out their April order form, so I thought I’d remind all of you too!

Black History Month Webcomics Wednesday
Love! Love! Fighting! by Sharean Morishita

Oriana is a young woman who’s lived her life taking care of others and putting herself last but now that she is coming face to face with a tough question “What do you want to do with your life?” she’s having a hard time finding the answer. With a sharp tongue and strong heart Oriana goes on her journey to learning some very valuable life lessons about family, beauty, love and finding her place in life.

Sharean was nominated for the Glyph Awards Rising Star in 2013. You can find her on Tumblr at sky-art-and-design.

Black History Month Webcomics Wednesday

Love! Love! Fighting! by Sharean Morishita

Oriana is a young woman who’s lived her life taking care of others and putting herself last but now that she is coming face to face with a tough question “What do you want to do with your life?” she’s having a hard time finding the answer. With a sharp tongue and strong heart Oriana goes on her journey to learning some very valuable life lessons about family, beauty, love and finding her place in life.

Sharean was nominated for the Glyph Awards Rising Star in 2013. You can find her on Tumblr at sky-art-and-design.

Market Monday: All-Ages New Releases, February 12, 2014

Adventure Time vol. 4 TP, art by Shelli Paroline, colored by Lisa Moore

What time is it? Adventure Time! After a nice battle of ice and saving princess, Finn and Jake discover a series of dungeons just ready for exploring! It’s a fun time with pals and…the Ice King?! Collecting the latest arc of the fan-favorite series with loads of extra materials in this beautiful trade!

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Moomin’s Desert Island TP by Tove Jansson

After a disastrous helicopter ride through a thunderstorm, the entire Moomin family is stranded on a desert island—the very island their ancestors came from! They make the best of it, hunting for their supper, exploring mysterious tunnels, and salvaging items from a wrecked pirate ship (including the Mymble!), but their ancestors don’t let them live in peace and quiet for too long. Soon the whole island will have to deal with the explosive consequences of their ancestors’ misbehavior.

Moomin and the Golden Tail TP by Tove Jansson

One day Moomin notices that his tail seems to be thinning. Worried that Snorkmaiden will no longer love him if his tail goes bald, he consults the family doctor and several tail specialists, and even gets an X-ray. Nothing helps! Finally Moominmamma cooks up a magic potion, and it works like a charm, but now Moomin’s lustrous new tail is, well, solid gold! Moomin becomes the toast of society, and the target of numerous journalists and money-making schemes. Moomin and the Golden Tail takes a long hard look at the consequences of fame.

Regular Show: Skips #4 by Mad Rupert, colored by Whitney Cogar, variant cover by Katie Shanahan and Natalie Andrewson

Skips and time-agent Ted are doing everything in their power to keep Mordecai and Rigby from destroying the world, but even with Ted’s cool time-equipment…will it ever be enough? It’s a matter of counting down in this latest issue…will Skips finally get some time to enjoy nature? Will Mordecai ever learn how to catch a football? Things might finally be going to plan but all it takes is one wrong step for the day to start over AGAIN.

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Tippy and the Night Parade HC by Lilli Carré

When Tippy wakes up, there’s a peacock in her bedroom, a bird in her hair, and mice dancing on the headboard. Yet all Tippy remembers is falling asleep! In her first book for children, award-winning cartoonist Lilli Carré takes Tippy on a nocturnal adventure up a mountain, down a hole, and back home again.

Market Monday: Smallish Press New Releases, February 12, 2014

Coffin Hill #5, written by Caitlin Kittredge

In the penultimate issue of the first storyline, we learn the nasty truth about the darkness that Eve Coffin unleashed in her hometown so long ago. But will Eve able to make the ultimate sacrifice to save what few friends she has left?

Creepy Comics #15, written by Alex De Campi

Here comes Uncle Creepy to tingle your spine with all-new tales of terror! Alex de Campi (Grindhouse) and Henrik S. Jonsson (Detective Comics) present a lovers’ quarrel full of mischief, while Doug Moench (Batman) unleashes ancient alarm from an Aztec tomb!

Fatale #20, colored by Bettie Breitweiser

NEW STORY ARC! Nicolas Lash is in the deepest trouble possible, and there’s only one person who can save him now… the problem is, trouble is her business. And don’t forget all the back page extras you can only find in FATALE’s single issues every month!

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Shahrazad #3, written by Kim Hutchison and Kari Castor, colored by Nei Ruffino

It seems the world itself is out for Shahrazad’s head, but there is one who finds her life intriguing, if not impossible. Janus sends Shahrazad to the arena to see if he can create an ending for this woman who’s future is impossible to see.

Supurbia vol. 3 TP, written by Grace Randolph

After the harrowing events surrounding the death of journalist Hayley Harper, the Meta Legion and their families embark on a much-needed vacation. But when some heroes start mixing business with pleasure, will it threaten to put the whole team at risk? From rising star writer Grace Randolph (Marvel’s NATION X, HER-OES) and hot new talent Russell Dauterman, GRACE RANDOLPH’S SUPURBIA is a unique new twist on the superhero genre that takes scandalous, TMZ-fueled look at what it’s like to live with a superhero.

Collecting the critically acclaimed third arc, join Eve, Batu, Jeremy, Zari, and Sara, as all hell breaks loose at the Galactic Protection & Systems Expo and Hector Hunt exacts his revenge on the Meta Legion from behind bars!

True Blood vol. 3: The French Quarter TP, written by Mariah Huehner

Mind reading waitress Sookie Stackhouse is in New Orleans helping Vampire Sheriff Eric Northman track down an insane killer named Guerra. Bill Compton’s in town, too, making sure Eric doesn’t get fresh with Sookie, and investigating a local Hep-D outbreak that may be connected to Guerra’s latest victims. Meanwhile, back in Bon Temps, why is Pam hanging out at Merlotte’s - and what does she want with Lafayette?

X #10, colored by Michelle Madsen

Carmine Tango, the ruthless supercriminal obsessed with astrology, has returned to Arcadia! When his army stages a citywide blackout and begins looting the city, X takes to the streets … but as Leigh soon discovers, X and Tango have a history-this fight is personal! A new look into X’s shadowy origin!

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Market Monday: Badass Covers, February 12, 2014 New Releases

Market Monday: Marvel & DC New Releases, February 12, 2014

Batgirl #28, written by Gail Simone

It’s a hazardous reunion between Batgirl and the former Court of Owls assassin Strix as they face off against the lethal new threat known as Silver - the man who knows the secret of Gotham City’s conspiracy of bats!

Smallville Season 11: Alien #3, colored by Cat Staggs

Lex Luthor is determined to bring the Monitor to his knees, but the fight isn’t going his way-even Superman is having trouble with the alien interloper. Meanwhile, back in the USA, Chloe and Lois take a trip to Gotham City to check on a death so mysterious, Batman is having trouble figuring it out!

Deadpool #23, colored by Jordie Bellaire

"Deadpool vs. S.H.I.E.L.D." Parts 3 & 4. One helicarrier full of troops… One deadly creature intent on killing them all… A creature…named Deadpool

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Marvel Knights: X-Men #4, colored by Cris Peter

All the X-men intended to do was locate two young mutants and keep them from harm’s way. But now, scattered, manipulated and fighting themselves, the X-Men must get their act together and save an entire town! Can the X-Men stand against an army of villains ripped from their own minds?!

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Revolutionary War: Death’s Head II #1, colored by Veronica Gandini

Part 4 of “Revolutionary War” The long-awaited return of DEATH’S HEAD — one of the biggest hits of the original Marvel UK! Death’s Head! Death’s Head II! On an adventure together for the first time EVER! What threat could be grave enough to bring these two heroes together from across time? How about the villainous Mys-Tech organization resurfacing with an army?!

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