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Kim Reaper’ Returns for a Spooktacular Second Series and MORE!

Press Release - Kim Reaper - Geek-o-Rama
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
PORTLAND, OR. – Your favorite gothic cutie is back for more hilarious adventures! Oni Press is excited to announce that Sarah Graley’s beloved characters are hitting shelves once more in Kim Reaper: Vampire Island, the second installment of the Kim Reaper series. It launches September 5, 2018, with an issue #1 alternate cover by the talented Katy Farina (Steven Universe).

Kim and Becka are back and dealing with the troubles of supernatural dating in Kim Reaper: Vampire Island! College relationships are tough for everyone, but they’re EXTRA hard for Kim...

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A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns

Writer:  Archie Bongiovanni & Tristan Jimerson

Designed by: Kate Z. Stone

Lettering:  CRANK!

Publisher:  Limerence Press

Synopsis:  While some people identify with the he/she pronoun, not everyone you meet will identify the same way. This educational booklet was created to help begin to answer the question of identifying as cisgender, non-binary, etc, while helping the reader know the proper way to address those who don’t necessarily identify as he/she.

Review: Remember those days in high school when you got to take time off from the daily drudgery of your classes and got to go to the auditorium for an informative assembly. This is the feeling I got from this comic...

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The Flash / Speed Buggy Special #1

Speed Buggy has an interesting place in Hanna-Barbera’s history. Depending on who you talk to the show was amazing and inspirational, or repetitive and derivative. It directly recycles plots from Josie and the Pussy Cats, it’s often compared to the Scooby Doo gang (or at least the Mystery Machine), and not much more than H-B trying to ride on the popularity of Speed Racer with Herbie the Love Bug. It’s just one of the many, many, vehicles to cross the small screen.

So in this version, the Speed Buggy was created by Dr. M. Blanc, one of the original founders of S.T.A.R. Labs, to allow non-metas to access the Speed Force. Flash eventually agrees to help him test the vehicle, not because he wants to help but because he wants the scientist meddling with the Speed Force alone even less...

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Marvel Reveals New CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 Variant Art by John Cassaday!

An all-new story for Steve Rogers begins this summer, from Ta-Nehisi Coates and Leinil Yu!

New York, NY— Marvel is excited to celebrate CAPAIN AMERICA #1 from Ta-Nehisi Coates and Leinil Yu with a new variant cover from superstar artist John Cassaday!

Fans got a sneak peek at the creative team’s story in the Avengers/Captain America Free Comic Book Day issue and praise is already high for the new series, with Adventures In Poor Taste claiming “the story presented here is almost dreamlike and should pique readers’ interest.”

Don’t miss the opportunity to dive into this fresh new adventure July 4th, when CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 hits comic shops!

To see all Captain America #1 variants, visit Marvel.com.

Marvel - Captain America - Geek-o-Rama

CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 (MAY180773)

Written by TA-NEHISI COATES

Art by LEIN...

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HACK/SLASH VS VAMPIRELLA: THE HEART IS A LONELY KILLER TRADE PAPERBACK

HACK/SLASH VS VAMPIRELLA: THE HEART IS A LONELY KILLER TRADE PAPERBACK

Price: $19.99

Cover: Jenny Frison

Writer: Shawn Aldridge

Art: Rapha Lobosco

Page Count: 136 pages

The Vegas strip heats up as Cassie Hack and her companion Vlad are on the trail of a deadly slasher and meet the lovely, yet lethal Vampirella. The team-up event you’ve been waiting for is a high stakes game of chance when they have to take on The Queen of Hearts!

This Volume collects the complete, 5-issue series by Shawn Aldridge (The Dark and Bloody) and Rapha Labosco (James Bond), and features all of the covers by Jenny Frison, Carli Ihde, Jen Vaughn, Kyle Strahm, Chrissie Zullo, Goran Sudzuka, Michael Dooney, Bully Tucci, and more!

Fair warning now that I will probably damning this book with faint praise as the saying ...

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