Small(ish) Press New Releases, January 22, 2014
Dark Horse Presents #32, includes work by Caitlín R. Kiernan and Christine Larsen
Delve into a twisted video game tale with Brendan McCarthy and Darrin Grimwood’s The Deleted! Rich Johnston’s Miss Cranbourne returns! Mike Mignola and Mick McMahon reveal the surprise twist in the nuptials when … Hellboy gets married!
Plus, the long-running DHP serials Alabaster: Boxcar Tales and Nexus: Into the Past reach their thrilling conclusions! And, of course, new installments of Integer City, City of Roses, Monstrous, Kill Me, and Saint George!
The Deceivers #2, colors by Kelly Fitzpatrick, cover Lorena Carvalho
Let the games begin…At luxurious parties all across Europe, con men Lincoln McCord and Adony Zaruka dance around each other, trying to worm into one another’s confidence in an attempt to uncover the true identity of the international thief “Micah.” Little do they know, the noose is slowly closing around both of their necks as the international intelligence community starts to take notice…
Judge Dredd #15, colors by Shari Chankhamma
“Badges, part 2.” With Judges being assassinated at an alarming rate, and chaos breaking out in various blocks, Dredd is more determined than ever to find the killer—a former Judge who went insane about being cloned and incarcerated. But the case draws Dredd into the crosshairs of the Special Judicial Squad, who think he’s to blame for all the troubles of late. If you think the Dredd plays rough, wait until you meet the skull-cracking sadists of the SJS… the Judges who judge the Judges!
The Massive #19, colors by Jordie Bellaire
An improvised explosive device rips through the Kapital while at port in the Baltic Sea, and the group claiming responsibility is no group at all … It’s an individual: Arkady, the demon from Cal’s past in Mogadishu. When Cal goes to confront his nemesis, he discovers that Arkady holds a piece of the puzzle that could change everything.
Pretty Deadly #4, written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, art by Emma Rios, colors by Jordie Bellaire
Every Death must love and every Death must die; the cycle of world demands it. The one who captures our last breath must breathe his last before becoming inured to the pain of loss. This cycle is ending. But this Death… will not go easy.
The Unwritten: Apocalypse #1, cover by Yuko Shimizu
It’s the perfect jumping on point, as Tom Taylor is stranded at the beginning of all creation! Lost in the unwritten scenes of all the world’s stories, Tom Taylor is headed back to reality - and all the gods and beasts and monsters ever imagined can’t stop him. But there’s a toll on the road that may be too high for him or anyone to pay…
Zero #5, colors by Jordie Bellaire
The solicitation text for this issue of ZERO has been censored by the Agency. There is nothing to see here.