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Start Here: Five New Comics for December 4th

Looking for something new to read as we enter the final month of the decade!? Check out five brand-new comics with fresh jumping on points hitting comic store shelves on Wednesday. Just start here.

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: Conan the Barbarian teams up with a new crew to take down the Serpent God, Young Justice finally return to Earth, telekinetic gangs clash with "norms" in 20XX, the Power Rangers meet the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and a serial killer stalks Paris during World War II!

These all-new series are ready for new readers to enjoy - all you have to do is Start Here.

  

Conan Serpent War #1 (OCT190892)

Witness the wrath of the serpent god as warriors across time defy the Elder Gods!

James Allison will soon die. But it's not his first death. He's lived many lives, in many places - lives he can recall in vivid detail. But when an Elder God called the Wyrm reaches across time to James, an ages-spanning quest begins!

The serpent god set plans to usher in an eternity of darkness, and only the chosen warriors across time and space have a hope of stopping him: Conan the Barbarian, Solomon Kane, Dark Agnes, and the man known as Moon Knight!

In an unprecedented comics event, Robert E. Howard's characters join forces along with Marvel's Moon Knight, in an all-new saga built on REH and Marvel lore from across the ages!

 

Young Justice #11 (OCT190609)

Young Justice finally returns home to Earth! Just in time to confront all of their big issues-like S.T.A.R. Labs, moms and dads, Naomi, Jinny Hex's trunk, and yes... each other!

The latest issue of Young Justice starts the wild wind-up to Wonder Comics' first year as the truth behind S.T.A.R. Labs and the reunion of Young Justice is revealed in this perfect starting point for new readers looking to follow Young Justice into the new year!

 

20XX #1 (OCT190019)

20XX marks a new series premiere from Jonathan Luna (Alex + Ada, Girls, The Sword) and Lauren Keely, in her writing debut, with an all-new ongoing series!

This sci-fi thriller for mature readers imagines a not-so-distant future - a world of norms and syms, divided by fear. Syms, a small percentage of the population with telekinetic abilities, form gangs to survive.

But division only breeds more division, and Mer and Nuon experience this firsthand as they become entangled in the often dramatic, sometimes violent, but always complex social landscape of sym gang rivalries in Anchorage, Alaska.

 

Power Rangers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 (OCT191380)

The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet for the first time!

The Power Rangers arrive in New York City to find Tommy Oliver (a.k.a. The Mighty Morphin Green Ranger) but soon discover he's joined forces with the villainous Shredder and the Foot Clan!

As the Rangers are sent reeling by this betrayal, they 're confronted by another (fr)enemy... the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Can these heroes find a way to work together to defeat the bad guys and save the world from total destruction?

Written by Ryan Parrott (Power Rangers: Necessary Evil) and illustrated by Simone di Meo (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Venom Annual), the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers fight - and maybe team up with - the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the first time in this long awaited mash-up.

 

The Butcher of Paris #1 (OCT190298)

In 1944, as Swastikas flew over Paris, one of the most notorious and prolific serial killers in history turned the occupied city into his personal hunting ground.

Under the guise of opportunity and freedom, a killer preys on those desperate to flee... until a gruesome discovery alerts the police. In a city on the brink of war, the hunt for a serial killer begins as a French detective races to catch the villain before the Nazis beat him to it.

Written by Stephanie Phillips (Descendent, Devil Within) with art by Dean Kotz (Mars Attacks), The Butcher of Paris is a historical, true crime thriller about a killer wanted by both the Nazis and allied forces for the death of nearly two hundred victims.


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