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Cyanide and Happiness: Punching Zoo TPB

Punching Zoo includes a buttload of our favorite comics from the site, 30 brand-new, too-hot-for-the-Internet comics, “The Hot Date” (a choose-your-own-adventure where you decide the story), and a nice forward by Alexis Ohanian, one of the founders of reddit.

At some point or another, you’ve probably read one of the many webcomic strips from Cyanide and Happiness.  It’s almost unavoidable if you spend any considerable amount of time on the internet. Not that you’d want to avoid them, because let’s face it, they are hilarious.  Now with Punching Zoo, you have a whole boatload of them collected in one TPB, along with new ones we’ve never seen!

Cyanide and Happiness is comedy in its rawest and most blatantly honest form, holding absolutely nothing back with every new comic th...

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Teen Dog 1

Skateboards, football games, prom…your teenage years have got nothin’ on the raddest dude that’s ever graced a denim vest. Written and illustrated by Jake Lawrence (Time Cowboy), join Teen Dog and his best friend Mariella as they tackle typical teen life with a manic twist. Growing up is an adventure, and you might as well rock it!

Teendog isn’t poochie, but neither is he a purebred.

Being someone who spends a lot of time either reading or writing about comics, I must admit when I first saw Boom! Boxes advertisements for Teen Dog I was a bit wary. He seemed a bit like Poochie, that dog that’s just too cool for school (yet ultimately empty, out of touch and creatively bankrupt) in an episode of the Simpsons. Having now read the first issue I have less to fear.

Teen Dog is a collection ...

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Cloaks 1

Writer:
David Henrie
Caleb Monroe
Artist:
Mariano Navarro
Publisher:

Boom! Studios

In the Big Apple, a highly skilled street illusionist named Adam blows the minds of crowds with logic-defying acts, while surreptitiously using his artistry to steal from corrupt Wall Street investment bankers and re-distribute their ill-begotten wealth to those in need. He’s a modern-day Robin Hood, but his travails garner the attention of the local authorities. While evading their pursuit, Adam is confronted by three suits and quickly ascertains that freedom has a cost-in order to maintain his liberty, he must join this clandestine Black Ops organization simply known as Cloaks.
Cloaks feels like a bit of an action film pitch in comic book form...
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Boom! Studios Announces Panels, Signing Schedule and 9th Annual Drink-Up for SDCC 2014

Los Angeles, CA – Award-winning comic book publisher BOOM! Studios and its imprints Archaia, KaBOOM!, and BOOM! Box announced today their panels, signing schedule, and 9th Annual BOOM! Drink-Up
for Comic-Con International: San Diego 2014 (a.k.a. San Diego
Comic-Con, or SDCC), which will be held at the San Diego Convention
Center in San Diego, California, on the weekend of July 23-27.

PANELS
Please
note that signing times are subject to change. Fans should check at the
BOOM! Studios booth, #2229, in the Exhibit Hall for updates. All panels take place in the San Diego Convention Center except where noted.
Thursday, 7/24/14
12:00–1:00 Editing Comics the BOOM! Way—Join BOOM! Studios creators Paul Jenkins (FAIRY QUEST), James Tynion IV (THE WOODS), Megan Hutchison (AN AURORA GRIM...
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Solicitations: Boom! Studios for June 2014

NEW LAUNCHING SINGLES

THE EMPTY MAN #1 (of 6)
Retail Price: $3.99
Author: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Vanesa R. Del Rey
Cover Artists: A: Vanesa R. Del Rey B: Goñi Montes (Incentive)
WHY WE LOVE IT: There’s nothing scarier than horror that hits home—a
tale of terror only one or two steps removed from our reality. THE EMPTY
MAN is a dystopic version of the world we know, where a terrifying
disease has taken on almost deific connotations.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT: Cullen Bunn (THE SIXTH GUN, VENOM) and Vanesa R. Del
Rey (HIT) are two of the most exciting talents in the industry, and
perfectly in sync on this haunting new crime procedural.
WHAT IT’S ABOUT: It’s been one year since the first reported case of the
Empty Man disease, and no drug has been able to slow its progress. The
cause is u...

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