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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Back Issue #75 dives into the history of independent publishing in the 80s, following the history of such companies like Pacific Comics and Dark Horse.
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Recommended by George Powell
The Wachowskis (writers and directors of The Matrix) bring you Doc Frankenstien. A story that finds Doc Frankenstein trying to find a place to call home, only for the "Men of God" to take it away from him.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
In an age where comic book adaptations from films often feel sub-par and over-done, the Dredd: Illustrated Movie Script & Visuals GN goes much further to make it stand out as its own fan experience.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
Extinction Parade: War #1 features a race of complacent aristocratic Vampires whom have grown weak without any true threat to their position in the food chain. It's not until a zombie apocalypse strikes that they are taken completely aback!
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Sparks is a masked hero story wrapped in hard-boiled detective noir mystery. Now recently adapted into a feature motion picture of the same name, Christopher Folino (the creator of both the comic and the movie) will show readers and audiences a fresh take on superheroes that rests comfortably between Spider-man and Sin City.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
In Star Trek #35 Q is going to get the opportunity to harass a different Starfleet Captain for the first time as Q matches wits with the original Captain of the Enterprise, James T. Kirk!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
The American Comic Book Chronicles: The 1970s takes us back to a crucial decade in comics including the introduction of Blade, revival of Batman with a truly psychopathic Joker, and Jack Kirby's arrival at DC!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
The Devilers will be a fantastic read for any fans of horror who crave the slightly campy, cult horror vibe...with a bit of the supernatural thrown into the mix!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
In Chicacabra we are introduced to Isabel Sanchez, who appears to be like any other high school girl - but for the creature living inside her that's a killing machine.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
Fearless Dawn takes on the whole Nazi army and won't stop until she puts them in the ground or she dies a hero!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Love & Capes takes the nuances of secret and not-so-secret identities, super hero groups, super friends and friendships, pregnancy and super beings and mixes those comic book staples with humor.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Sally of the Wasteland is the type of world where The Book of Eli meets Godzilla's petting zoo, all in the spirit of Army of Darkness.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
Beyond the guaranteed dinosaurs and awesome artist Ross Campbell on interiors, there's so many exciting mysteries tied to TMNT: Turtles In Time.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
The Empty Man is literally about the stuff of nightmares and a perfect book for any fan of psychological horror, pandemic dystopias, and conspiratorial crime procedurals.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Brass Sun exists in a world lost in time and driven by the mysteries of religion versus science.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
Mizuki's craft shines through in his ability to blend historical fact with personal perspective...in a way that is approachable, enjoyable, and educational.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
Based on the original Star Trek episode "Mirror Mirror" featuring Kirk, Bones, Uhura, and Scotty. Loyalties will be tested, alliances forged, and questions will be answered.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
The new series promises a host of new escapades and quests for the best and most daring of women, Bold Riley!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
You will need to make some space on your shelves, but this who's who of comic legends doing their own thing deserves the space over any of the current work-for-hire collections now available.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
What really sets this comic apart from other masked hero or animal adventure comics, though, is the encouraging message that Emko and Young interweave seamlessly into the narrative.
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Recommended by Carmen Corley
Sam has no idea where he is or how wound up wearing scrubs in a sketchy motel. He can’t seem to remember anything about himself, and doesn’t even recognize his own face.
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Recommended by George Powell
After a freak accident gives teenager Eric Ardor incredible powers he soon realizes a problem – he loses his powers around pretty girls which, of course, is every 16-year-old boy’s weakness!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
A timeless tale and with the release of Z2 Comic’s remastered and fully-colored hardcover edition, new readers will have the opportunity to see what makes Paul Pope such an iconic creator.
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Toth could do it all, from capturing likenesses in adaptations of everything from John Wayne to Gale Storm and Danny Thomas for Dell Comics to Alan Scott the Golden Age Green Lantern.
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
This IDW Artist edition collects the first 12 stories of Steranko‘s run. Taken from Steranko‘s private archives each page was scanned from the actual original artwork.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
This isn’t the Peanuts you know and love but, as you read Weapon Brown, you can’t help but smile at the fun. Poor, poor Weapon Brown.
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