Monthly Archives May 2018

Can Steven Universe Find His Harmony?

Discover The Quest To Save The Earth in August 2018

Boom! Studios - GeekoRama - Steven Universe

BOOM! Studios and Cartoon Network announced STEVEN UNIVERSE: HARMONY #1, kicking off an all-new five limited series from writer S.M. Vidaurri (Iron) and artist Mollie Rose (Weeds) set in the world of the Emmy® Award-nominated Cartoon Network animated series Steven Universe. As Steven helps Sadie cope with quitting her job at the Big Donut and losing Lars, Steven and the Gems must work together to deactivate an old Diamond Authority artifact called the Harmony Core before it destroys Earth.

STEVEN UNIVERSE: HARMONY was inspired by the beautiful world that Rebecca Sugar created, and the incredible music,” said S.M. Vidaurri. “I was in bands in middle school and high school, and I remember how high-stakes things felt...

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Death Or Glory #1

Death Or Glory #1

Writer: Rick Remender

Artist / Cover: Bengal

Variant Cover: Duncan Fegredo, James Harren

Glory, raised off the grid in a convoy amid truckers—the last men and women fighting for true freedom on the American open road. Now, in order to pay for her beloved dying Father’s surgery, Glory has three days to pull off four dangerous cross-country heists with mob killers, crooked cops, and a psycho ex-husband all out to bring her in or die trying. The new ongoing series by New York Times bestselling author RICK REMENDER and legendary French superstar BENGAL brings you a high-speed chase across the American West that examines our dwindling freedoms and the price paid by those who fight for an untethered life, in this special double-sized first issue with 40 pages of story!

Thi...

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Aspen Comics Debuts Dissension: War Eternal & Nu Way this July

Aspen Comics - GeekoRama On the heels of their Worlds of Aspen 2018 Free Comic Book Day offering that premiered zero issues of their brand new titles, Dissension: War Eternal and Nu Way, Aspen Comics is set to release both series this July.

In association with ZMX Comics, the publisher is releasing the sci-fi action-adventure Nu Way #1 on July 11th by writer J.T. Krul (Jirni, Michael Turner’s Soulfire) with art by Alex Konat (Michael Turner’s Fathom, Eternal Soulfire) and colors by John Starr (Executive Assistant: Iris, Jirni) with lettering by Sal Cipriano (The Flash) featuring covers by Konat, Ryan Odagawa, Harvey Tolibao, Jordan Gunderson and more to be announced. Solicitation copy for Nu Way #1 reads:

In the future, technology continues to dominate every aspect of civilization, and nowhere is it more on di...

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VALIANT FCBD 2018 SHADOWMAN SPECIAL


Shadowman (2018) Preview

Writer: Andy Diggle

Artist: Stephen Segovia

Colorist: Ulises Arreola

Letterer: Simon Bowland

X-O Manowar (2017) #14 Preview

Writer: Matt Kindt

Artist: Ariel Olivetti

Letterer: Dave Sharpe

Valient Universe 2018

Artist: MJ Kim

Harbinger Wars 2: Preluse #1 Preview

Writer: Eric Heisserer

Artist: Raul Allen

Letterer: Patricia Martin

Publisher: Valiant

Synopsis: On Free Comic Book Day a Preview was released of Shadowman, X-O ManOWar, and Harbinger Wars 2. This includes an unveiling on new cover art, artwork, and storylines.

Review: If you are looking for drama, action, and mystery with stand-out artwork you will enjoy what Valiant has in store for the Shadowman, X-O ManOWar, and Harbinger Wars series. The graphics are eye-catching and rich...

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The Shadow / Batman TPB

The Shadow / Batman crossover is a unique beast. I read it, I enjoyed it, but the entire time I was trying to figure out if I missed something. It consistently references a shared backstory between the two heroes. That backstory is amazing, and completely plausible, but it never gets more than referenced. So I went back into these two heroes past. Back. Back. Back to the 1970s, when they first met. Too far. How about six months before this series first went to print, and the Batman / Shadow miniseries I previously reviewed for your reading pleasure. (You should go read it right now.)

The two six-issue series ran back to back with the first six being published by DC, and the second six by Dynamite. (That’s one way to solve the “who gets top billing” discussion)...

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