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Recommended by Trevor Richardson
Moonshot from AH Comics represents the heritage of First Nations people handed down to a new generation through America’s original art form, the comic.
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Recommended by Trevor Richardson
Carthago crosses The X-Files and Jaws together into a tale of shady corporate cabals, mysterious billionaires, and a little girl having dreams about facing down the great maw of the Megalodon.
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Recommended by Travis Reid
Having rewritten the rules of modern gaming, the winner-take-all, hardcore 3rd person RPG Dark Souls has inspired a new comic anthology!
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
A science fiction magnum opus from the mother of modern manga, Fantagraphics is bringing Otherworld Barbara to American audiences in a gorgeous two-volume hardcover series.
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Recommended by Matthew Demory
The Art of Atari by Dynamite Entertainment details how artists crafted some of the most creative artwork to grace a game cartridge in the history of the industry.
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
Take a stab at the coloring book phenomenon featuring this year’s political party front runners and determine your own election result in Trump vs. Clinton: Uncivil War Coloring Book.
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Recommended by Trevor Richardson
Combining elements of a robot uprising in the spirit of The Terminator with the androids reminiscent of the Replicants in Blade Runner, the sci-fi dystopia Terminarch is taking iconic tropes and turning them on their head.
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Recommended by Steven Leaf
Almost five years after Abstract Studios introduced us to Rachel Rising and its new cast of characters, it’s now all wrapped up in a nice pretty hardcover package.
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Recommended by Matthew Demory
In Independence Day, a more advanced civilization came to steal our resources. In Predator, they came to hunt us. In Martians, Go Home, the Martians come to earth to troll us and all our “disgusting habits”.
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
In this official prequel, written by the director of the film Hardcore Henry, readers are served an origin story of the main antagonist - Akan.
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Recommended by Trevor Richardson
Dark Tales from the Vokesverse #1 will serve as a primer to a shared universe of new horror titles published by American Mythology.
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Recommended by Matthew Demory
The cult classic film Equilibrium is getting a second life as a new comic explains what happened after the credits rolled. Finally, the answers we've wanted!
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Recommended by Matthew Demory
Fearless Dawn has been through the wringer lately. She's fought Nazis riding dinosaurs, Nazis from the moon, and her best friend was shot dead right before her eyes. Now she must rescue her canine friend before her arch-enemy Helga's allies spring her from the slammer!
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
Voltron is coming back in a big way in 2016 and with a stylized look for the 21st century, Legendary Defender is an excellent comic for fans looking to dive into the new Netflix show.
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Recommended by Trevor Richardson
Space pirates, tyrannical regimes, starship battles, political intrigue, fugitives from the law; the newest offering from Magnetic Press has it all!
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Recommended by Trevor Richardson
How does an island stay hidden in the age of satellites and Google Earth? Is time on Caspak different than time on the rest of the planet?
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
The detail put into each character’s personality has immense depth. Lelay adds an immense amount of detail and world building into each page.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
Drawing heavily on Hispanic-American Catholicism and culture, Brian Pulido’s new femme fatale series mixes fantasy elements with a grindhouse aesthetic.
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Recommended by Travis Reid
Selfishness and survival are the main lessons taught in class.It seems like the chances for life, love, or even longevity are slim.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
While I may be feeling a little older by this startling revelation of my lost youth, it doesn't look like Sonic wants to slow down.
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
If you're a new fan to Dragon ball or have loved it since the beginning, Dragon Ball Full Color Freeza Arc Volume 1 is the perfect addition to any manga collection.
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Recommended by Trevor Richardson
Originally published in French and available in the US for the first time this May, Klaw is everything fans of Magnetic Press have come to expect.
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Recommended by Steven Leaf
It's the final issue of Rachel Rising, and Terry Moore isn't pulling any punches. Find out how one of comics most intriguing murder mysteries comes to an end.
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Recommended by Trevor Richardson
In this fun and foul mouthed romp through the world of Tank Girl, the motley crew must reclaim their beloved tank from a crew of loser wannabes.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
The Uniques hits that sweet spot of kick-butt powers and personal turmoil, world-wide peril and intimate danger; and it does it entirely with new characters, fresh faces, and so much heart!
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