Start Here: Five New Comics For September 11th

Feeling overwhelmed by choice? Looking for a new series to jump into? Look no further, here are five new comics you can start reading this week without the baggage.

Every week, PREVIEWSworld collects five titles with new number ones or fresh story arcs perfect for readers looking to get into a new series. These new releases are available to purchase at your local comic shop and feature comics from any genre or publisher.

This week: King Thor takes the throne, the monsters of Gotham City team up to save the day, trees are still a threat, a comedic sci-fi adventure set in the Starcadia Quest universe begins, and Akuma takes the fight from the streets to a hellish new dimension!

Don’t hesitate, these series are ready for new readers to enjoy - all you have to do is Start Here.

 

  

King Thor #1 (JUL190930)

Who is it for? For fans of Thor, Game of Thrones, and Conan.

The creators of the legendary Thor: God of Thunder series that kicked off one of the most epic runs in Marvel history are back together for one last ride with the almighty Lord of Asgard!

Seven years ago, Jason and Esad introduced the Thor of the far future, All-Father of a broken realm and a dying universe, as he stood in battle against the Butcher of Gods, wielder of All-Black the Necrosword. Now that nefarious blade has returned, in the hands of Thor's all-time greatest enemy -  his brother, Loki -  for one final, cataclysmic showdown. Behold the book no comics fan should miss -  the celebration of the end of a truly Marvelous era.

 

Gotham City Monsters #1 (JUL190522)

Who is it for? For fans of Suicide Squad.

Leviathan has dismantled S.H.A.D.E.-and that means Frankenstein is once again a free agent! Now he can set his sights on his former mentor, Melmoth, the one evil that got away. With bad things happening all across the Multiverse, this may be Frankenstein's last shot at setting things right.

Of course, Melmoth has his own agenda, and it's going to take more than a lone monster to take him down. So Frankenstein heads to Gotham City in search of allies and recruits Killer Croc, Lady Clayface, Orca and vampire Andrew Bennett. But will even these dread creatures be enough to save humanity before the entire cosmos collapses in on itself?

 

Trees Three Fates #1 (JUL190094)

Who is it for? For fans of Trees and supernatural horror.

The acclaimed series from Warren Ellis and Jason Howard-which is currently being adapted for television-returns with a brand-new story of murder and ghosts!

In the remote Russian village of Toska, there's a dead body by the leg of the Tree that landed eleven years ago. Police sergeant Klara Voranova, still haunted by that day, has no idea how this murder will change everything-nor what awaits her in the Tree's shadow.

 

Starcadia Quest #1 (JUN190649)

Who is it for? For fans of Starcadia Quest and comedic sci-fi.

Out in the Frontier, the toughest jobs in the galaxy are handled by Freelance Adventuring Crews, and on his sixteenth birthday (kinda), the delivery boy known as Starkid sends out a call for the best recruits he can get... at his local Stardollars coffee shop. An action-packed and hilarious QWST begins!

A new YA science fiction epic written by James Roberts (Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, Transformers: Lost Light)! The Starcadia universe is expanding for the very first time! Features a playable adventure based on the comic! Based on the worldwide best-selling tabletop game published by CMON!

 

Street Fighter: Akuma VS. Hell #1 (MAY192126)

Who is it for? For fans of Street Fighter and Asura's Wrath.

After his encounter with the demonic Darkstalkers, Akuma chose to remain in the hellish Makai dimension to take his training to terrifying new levels. Alone in a demonic landscape, Akuma battles unearthly creatures, giant monstrosities, and an undead ghost from his past!

Find more of this week's new releases here!

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