Interview: Mark Wheatley on the Breathtaker Collection from Titan


Breathtaker Collection HC

Breathtaker Collection HC


Loving Chase Darrow can actually kill you in Breathtaker, the groundbreaking story by Mark Wheatley and Mark Hempel. This modern classic is finally getting a deluxe hardcover collection, and Wheatley is here to to you all about it. Plus, a look at the first Wheatley/Hempel collaboration on 20 years, Make Way For The Man!

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Interview: Laura Lee Gulledge on The Dark Matter of Mona Starr


The Dark Matter of Mona Starr

The Dark Matter of Mona Starr


Teenager Mona Starr is sweet, geeky, and creative. But sometimes the world gets to be too much for her and she struggles with her Matter, what she calls depression. Creator Laura Lee Gulledge pulls back the curtain on The Dark Matter of Mona Starr, her thought provoking upcoming graphic novel.

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Interview: Paul Levitz on Unfinished Business from Dark Horse


Unfinished Business HC

Unfinished Business HC


A priest, a minister, and a rabbi walk into a bar… But this is no joke as their lives, or more accurately their deaths, depend on taking care of some Unfinished Business in this original graphic novel by Paul Levitz and Simon Fraser from Dark Horse. Levitz gives you more of the setup for this intriguing story.

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Interview: Garth Ennis on The Boys: Dear Becky from Dynamite


The Boys: Dear Becky #1

The Boys: Dear Becky #1


The Boys are back in an untold story from their past in The Boys: Dear Becky by Garth Ennis and Russ Braun. Ennis shares some details about this action-packed series from Dynamite.

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Interview: John Allison on Wicked Things from BOOM! Studios


Wicked Things #1 Max Sarin cover

Wicked Things #1 Max Sarin cover


Everyone’s favorite teen detective, Charlotte Grote, is back in Wicked Things, a new series from BOOM! Studios. Writer John Allison is here to spill the beans on Charlotte and her adventures.

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Interview: Michael Allred on X-Ray Robot from Dark Horse


X-Ray Robot #1 Michael Allred cover

X-Ray Robot #1 Michael Allred cover


Scientists, multiple realities, a threat to all of existence, and a robot. But this is not just any robot; it’s X-Ray Robot, Michael Allred’s new creator owned series from Dark Horse. Allred tells you more about this mind blowing series.

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Interview: Alex Segura & Dan Parent on Archie Comics’ Archie Meets the B-52s


Archie Meets The B-52s #1 Dan Parent cover

Archie Meets The B-52s #1 Dan Parent cover


New Wave icons come to Riverdale in Archie Meets The B-52s. Co-writer Alex Segura and artist Dan Parent will meet you by the third pyramid where they’ll divulge more about this groovy crossover.

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Interview: Alejandro Arbona on Valiant’s Doctor Tomorrow


Doctor Tomorrow #1 Kenneth Rocafort cover

Doctor Tomorrow #1 Kenneth Rocafort cover


In Doctor Tomorrow, teen hothead and star athlete, Bart Simms, is about to meet the Valiant Universe’ greatest hero…Himself! Sounds pretty straight forward, right? Not on your life. Writer Alejandro Arbona is your guide as you discover more about this mind-blowing comic.

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Interview: Stephanie Phillips on Dark Horse’s The Butcher of Paris


The Butcher of Paris #1

The Butcher of Paris #1


A serial killer stalks the streets of Nazi occupied Paris and a French detective attempts to bring him to justice in Dark Horse’s The Butcher of Paris. Writer Stephanie Phillips shares more about this intriguing true story.

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Roger’s Comic Ramblings: The Library of American Comics/IDW’s Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies: The Sunday Newspaper Comics


Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies: The Sunday Newspaper Comics Vol. 1

Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies: The Sunday Newspaper Comics Vol. 1


Walt Disney’s Silly Symphony comic strips ran in newspapers from 1932-1945. While some of these strips have been reprinted over the years, many weren’t – until now. The four-volume Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies: The Sunday Newspaper Comics from The Library of American Comics and IDW collects the strips in their entirety for the first time. The Volume Four published recently, Westfield’s Roger Ash takes a look at this impressive undertaking.

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