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Invisible Woman, Mr. Fantastic, The Thing, & Human Torch by ARTGERM

FANTASTIC FOUR #1 by Dan Slott and Sara Pichelli gets 4 stunning covers!

 

This August, Marvel is celebrating the launch of FANTASTIC FOUR #1 by Dan Slott and Sara Pichelli with Artgerm variant covers featuring team portraits!

Fantastic Four - Thing - Artgerm

Get a closer look at the Artgerm variant covers for FANTASTIC FOUR #1 featuring The Thing, Human Torch, Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Woman. These will be available for the first issue only.

Fantastic Four - Invisible Woman - Artgerm

For more information on FANTASTIC FOUR #1, including creator interviews, visit Marvel.com.

Fantastic Four - Mr Fantastic - Artgerm

FANTASTIC FOUR #1 (JUN180762)

Fantastic Four - Human Torch - Artgerm

Written by DAN SLOTT

Art by SARA PICHELLI

Covers by ESAD RIBIC

On Sale 8/8/18

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Tart #1

Writer: Kevin Joseph
Artist: Ludovic Sallé
Publisher: Kechal Comics

Tart Acid wakes up in a new city with no idea why she’s there until she discovers someone in need, a little boy that disappeared from the park and is still missing. If the kid needs her help, it means the supernatural is involved, and things are bad.

There is a lot going on in this first issue of the comic, and there are a lot of questions left unanswered, but the story does not suffer from the lack of answers. Most of the story is conveyed through the art rather than prose and dialogue. The writing is sparse, and the dialogue is mostly brief exchanges rather than any sort of meaningful conversation, but there are brilliant moments where the writing and the art meld together to form powerful scenes that make the book well worth reading.

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The Thirteenth Doctor Relives Her Previous Incarnations In Titan’s New Comic Book!

WITNESS THE MANY LIVES OF THE DOCTOR IN

THE THIRTEENTH DOCTOR #0.

Titan Comics and BBC Studios are proud to announce Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #0 – The Many Lives Of Doctor Who – a special primer edition, which celebrates the Doctor’s many lives, and leads directly into Titan’s brand-new Thirteenth Doctor comic series – launching this fall in the U.S. and UK.

Doctor Who - Thirteenth Doctor - Titan

It’s said that your life flashes before your eyes when you die, and the Doctor’s had many of them! As the Doctor regenerates from his twelfth incarnation to her thirteenth (as played by Jodie Whittaker), she relives unseen adventures from all her past selves from Classic through to New Who.

Hitting stores in September 2018, The Thirteenth Doctor #0 features a stellar cast of Doctor Who comic creators including ...

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Robyn Hood The Curse #6

Writer: Chuck Dixon

Artist: Julius Abrera

Colors: Robby Beyard

Lettering: Taylor Esposito

Publisher: Zenescope Publishing

Synopsis:  Part 6 of the 6 part The Curse series. Part 6 begins after a daring escape from a super maximum security prison. Now that Robyn is back home in New York City, she hopes she can have some semblance of normality in her life. This hope falls by the wayside, as Robyn needs to help Marian Quin send an evil entity back where it came from. It’s one thing to save your home, but this battle becomes even more personal than anyone could possibly have imagined.

Review: The battles in Part 6 of The Curse are a good read. But, this is one comic that the reader will want to read as part of a series...

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Usagi Yojimbo Book 32: Mysteries

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again now, and I’ll very likely say it again: I love Usagi Yojimbo. When they started putting out the Usagi Yojimbo Saga omnibus editions I was crushed. I’d been collecting the previous collections since Book 2. The Saga editions are not only longer but also a different page size, which would look terrible on my bookshelf. Happily, they’ve continued to release the older sized collections alongside the Saga editions, so here we are at Book 32: Mysteries. This volume collects issues #159 through #165, which had a lengthy break between issue #160 and issue #161.

The first two stories are self-contained and the third is a two-part story, all seemingly unconnected other than by the location, and the presence of Inspector Ishida, who was last seen a few month...

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