Image Comics Monday night released a six-page preview of Youngblood #72 written by John McLaughlin with art by Rob Liefeld and Jon Malin. This issue has a party, zombies and a mystery. Youngblood #72 explodes into your local comic book store on July 11th, 2012.
The U.S. Military is honoring Die Hard for over half a century of service to his country – and Youngblood is there to celebrate. Which is fortunate, because an army of dead soldiers has risen from Arlington Cemetery, armed with an arsenal of otherworldly weapons! All this, and F.B.I. Agent Jeff Terrell (formerly known as Shaft) is one step closer to solving a series of murder that threaten to shake Youngblood to its core!
Image Comics Monday night released a six-page preview of Wild Children (one-shot) written by Alex Kot with art by Riley Rossmo. This book has the potential of greatness. Wild Children enters your local comic book store on July 11th, 2012.
Guns. Acid. Cameras. School. The themes behind the controversial Hellblazer: ‘Shoot’ by WARREN ELLIS and PHIL JIMENEZ merge with the attitude of the GRANT MORRISON and PHILIP BOND masterpiece of teenage revolt, Kill Your Boyfriend, delivering a story of magic, passion and disinformation. WILD CHILDREN: A different type of education.
Image Comics Monday night released a six-page preview of Planetoid written and illustrated by Ken Garing. This homage to 80’s science fiction breaks the mold and keeps you wanting more. Planetoid #2 crash lands into your local comic book store on July 11th, 2012.
After crash-landing in a vast heap of space junk, wayward space-pirate Silas now journeys on to an area of the planetoid, known as ‘The Slab’. It’s rumored that human tribes eke out a living on this endless surface of fabricated metal… BUT, so do gangs of sadistic robots! Silas will have to gather information and find allies in order to make a stand against the larger tyrannical forces that control the planetoid.
Image Comics Monday night released a six-page preview of Peter Panzerfaust #5 Written by Kurtis J. Wiebe with art by Tyler Jenkins. This is a World War II take on Peter Pan. The final battle begins on July 11th, 2012 at your local comic book store.
‘THE GREAT ESCAPE,’ Conclusion. Paris isn’t safe. The plan failed. A journey that began with promise comes crumbling down when the Nazi’s take the capital and France plunges into occupation. With nowhere to run, the Lost Boys make their final stand.
Image Comics Monday night released a six-page preview of Li’l Depressed Boy #12 written by Steven Struble with art by Sina Grace. This sad little boy depresses your local comic book store on July 11th, 2012.
‘BRAND NEW SHOES’ The Li’l Depressed Boy may have met a new crush… but does he have the guts to ask if the spark is mutual? It all begins with a question.
Image Comics Monday night released a six-page preview of Enormous (one-shot) written by Tim Daniel with art by Mehdi Cheggour. Giant monsters just pulled up to the human race buffet. Enormous stomps your local comic book store on July 11th, 2012.
In the midst of a planetary battle for food and fuel, a vast ecological cataclysm spawns THE ENORMOUS, massive beasts unlike anything ever witnessed. Humankind struggles to stave off extinction and the only law is to hunt or be hunted. It’s an epic action adventure featuring the survival of the biggest!
Image Comics Monday night released a six-page preview of Dancer #3 written by Nathan Edmondson with art by Nic Klein. Dancer #3 moon-walks it’s way into your local comic book store on July 11, 2012.
‘CAVALIER’-In Dresden, the dance is underway as two sniper rifles are poised on the city’s icy rooftops. Alan finds that taking the lead is far more difficult than he anticipated, and that if he can’t win, his ballerina’s life will be shorter than a snowflake’s.
Image Comics Monday night released a six-page preview of Bulletproof Coffin: Disinterred #6 written by David Hine with art by Shaky Kane. This is the final issue of season two. Bulletproof Coffin: Disinterred #6 warps your local comic book store on July 11th, 2012.
‘HOLE’ Amelia is an overweight housebreaker in search of her lost daughter. Oswald Kiss tortures dolls in his basement. Henry likes insects. Deacon went into his bedroom eight years ago and never came out. Don’t miss the hilarious climax to Season Two.
Image Comics Tuesday afternoon released a teaser image of Morning Glories #21 written by Nick Spencer. Morning Glories #20 hits the local comic book store tomorrow. With the tag-line “Truants” somebody is skipping school.
Boom! Studios Tuesday afternoon released a five-page preview of Hellraiser #15 written by Clive Barker and Mark Miller with art by Jesus Hervas and Stephen Thompson. The scariness hits your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
Written by Clive Barker & Mark Miller
Drawn by Jesus Hervas, Stephen Thompson
SC, 32pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
COVER A: Tim Bradstreet
COVER B: Nick Percival
COVER C: Tim Bradstreet
JAILBREAK! If one does not bend to Leviathan’s will, there will be consequences…Kirsty Cotton and her resurrected Cenobites must now make their stand against Leviathan’s reply. Meanwhile, has Captain Elliott Spencer traded one set of allies for another? The stakes have never been higher, as things continue to fall apart…
Marvel Comics Tuesday afternoon released the Adi Granov variant to Hawkeye #1 written by Matt Fraction with art by David Aja. Hawkeye #1 hits your local comic book store on August 1st, 2012.
Adi Granov Covers HAWKEYE #1!
Marvel is proud to present your first look at superstar artist Adi Granov’s variant cover to Hawkeye #1, the start of an all-new ongoing series featuring the breakout star of the hit summer blockbuster! Join self-made hero Hawkeye in a high stakes adventure with the ex-Young Avenger Kate Bishop at his side! Will he be able to prove himself worthy to be called one of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes? The red-hot fan favorite team of writer Matt Fraction and artist David Aja reunite to kick off this action packed epic in Hawkeye #1, coming to comic shops everywhere, on the Marvel Comics app, and the Marvel Digital Comics Shop this August.
HAWKEYE #1 (JUN120659)
HAWKEYE #1 GRANOV VARIANT (JUN120660)
Written by MATT FRACTION
Pencils & Cover by DAVID AJA
Variant Cover by ADI GRANOV
FOC – 7/9/2012, On Sale – 8/1/2012
Image Comics Monday afternoon released a six-page preview of Thief of Thieves #6 written by Robert Kirkman with art by Shawn Martinbrough. Kirkman has another book! When does this guy sleep? Thief of Thieves steals its way into your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
The heist you’ve been waiting months to see goes down! Will Redmond – AKA Conrad Paulson – be able to pull this off, or will his final caper leave him behind bars, or worse… six feet under?
Image comics Monday afternoon released a six-page preview of Morning Glories #20 written by Nick Spencer and art by Joe Eisma. As you can tell by the description below Spencer is keeping all the details to himself. Morning Glories #20 parades into your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
Sister knows best.
Image Comics Monday afternoon released a six-page preview of Invincible #93 written by Robert Kirkman with art by Ryan Ottley. Let the countdown to 100 begin! Wait, are we talking about Walking Dead? No, Kirkman has a second book approaching issue 100, simply amazing. Invincible #93 continues the battle in your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
More secrets about Robot’s and Monster Girl’s time spent in the Flaxan Dimension are revealed. Meanwhile, in the present – things go to hell, and the new Invincible has to prove if he’s worthy of the mantle in the face of… INVASION.
Image Comics Monday afternoon released a six-page preview of Haunt #24 written by Joe Casey with art by Nathan Fox. Has it been 24 issues all ready? Do you remember when Todd McFarlane and Robert Kirkman were the creators of the book? Haunt #24 slips into your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
It’s mayhem on the streets of Manhattan! A relentless creature of fury andfire running amok! Only Haunt can save the city from an apocalyptic end! But at what cost? The new nightmare rolls on in 2012!
Image Comics Monday afternoon released a six-page preview of Hack/Slash #17 written by Justin Jordan with art by Daniel Leister. Tim Seeley takes the month off to recharge the batteries. Hack/Slash #17 beats down the door of your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
‘THE GOOD SON,’ Part One. Guest writer JUSTIN JORDAN (THE STRANGE TALENT OF LUTHER STRODE) continues his epic tale of blood and blood relations as Vlad faces off against his mutant family on the streets of Chicago.
Image Comics Monday afternoon released a six-page preview of Raffaele Ienco’s Epic Kill #3. The body-count continues to grow in issue three. Epic Kill #3 reaches your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
She’s walking death. A goddess of carnage. Bare-handed she’s unbelievable but put a gun in her hand? You’d have to be out of your mind. Elsewhere… the newly elected Prez is accused of fraud on Election Day by the candidate that lost.
Image Comics Monday afternoon released a six-page preview of Danger Club #3 written by Landry Walker with art by Eric Jones. The chaos continues in part three of the series. Danger Club #3 will be in your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
The bodies begin piling up as the world’s governments move against the forces of the teenage superheroes. Meanwhile, Kid Vigilante is concerned about the link between Jack Fearless and the President of the United States.
Image Comics Monday afternoon released a six-page preview of Creator Owned Heroes #2 written by Steve Niles with art by Phil Noto. This is a fitting book for Niles who is a big fan of creator owned books. Creator Owned Heroes #2 will be in your local comic book store on July 4th, 2012.
‘AMERICAN MUSCLE,’ Part Two by STEVE NILES & KEVIN MELLON Facing the realization that he has led the gang to a dead end, Gil takes matters into his own hands. Unfortunately, heading into a mutant infested desert my yourself leads to big, nast trouble. PLUS! An interview with PAUL POPE, a PHIL NOTO art gallery, con photos, and original articles all celebrating the creator-owned spirit!
Marvel Comics Wednesday afternoon released a six-page preview of Amazing Spider-Man #692 written by Dan Slott with art by Humberto Ramos. This issue contains the origin of Alpha, Spider-Man’s new side-kick. Amazing Spider-Man #692 swings into your local comic book store on August 22nd, 2012.
Introducing ALPHA in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #692!
Fans across the globe have been asking, “Who Is Alpha” and this August, in Amazing Spider-Man #692, they’ll find out! Marvel is celebrating Spider-Man’s 50th anniversary in style as the blockbuster creative team of Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos give Peter Parker his very own….sidekick?! When he’s not working with the Avengers of the Future Foundation, Spider-Man has been saving the Marvel Universe on his own for fifty years! But now, with his anniversary right around the corner, that’s all about to change!
This special event, could only be told in this oversized issue celebrating the values that made Spider-Man the world’s greatest super hero for the past five decades and many more to come. And with special variant covers by superstar artist Marcos Martin, depicting Spider-Man through the years, no fan can miss out on this! Get ready for a story about power and responsibility like you’ve never seen before in Amazing Spider-Man #692, swinging into comic shops everywhere, the Marvel Comics app and the Marvel Digital Comics Shop this August.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #692 (JUN120622)
Written by DAN SLOTT
Pencils and Cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS
FOC – 7/30/2012, On Sale – 8/22/2012