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Magnus #1

Writer: Kyle Higgins, Chuck Wendig
Art: Jorge Fornes, lvaro Sarraseca
Genre: Action/Adventure

Do humans dream of owning electric sheep? Artificial intelligences, rather than becoming our overlords, have settled into an uneasy symbiosis with humanity – they work for us as our colleagues and servants, earning vacation time they spend in a boundless digital universe running on human-maintained server farms.

But not all AIs are cool with the deal. Enter Magnus – a human psychologist tasked with navigating both worlds in order to bring recalcitrant AIs back into productive society…

BONUS TUROK STORY! The all-new saga of the all-new Turok continues: He’s a man on a mission, possessed, and he won’t let anyone or anything get in his way!

This is part of Dynamite’s reboot of the Gold Key Character...

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Red Team: Double Tap, Center Mass #9

Cover A: Dan Panosian
Writer: Garth Ennis
Art: Craig Cermak

Out of options and up against the wall, Eddie and Trudy come up with a drastic plan to finish Eric Nightingale once and for all. But Red Team’s track record is not good when it comes to the ultimate sanction-and the Nightingale family proves to still have teeth. Our heroes discover the terrible true cost of stepping outside the law, in the final episode of Double Tap, Center Mass.

Well, if you are just coming into this story with this issue, that would be a bad idea.  I honestly would suggest starting at issue 1 or waiting for the trade, but that’s what I’ve been saying all along this would be such an awesome read as a collected story...

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Regression #1

Story: Cullen Bunn
Art / Cover: Danny Luckert, Marie Enger

Adrian is plagued by ghastly waking nightmares. To understand and possibly treat these awful visions, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with good reason—something has followed him back. Adrian descends into a world of occult conspiracy, mystery, reincarnation, and insanity from which there is no escape.

I would say that the best part of this issue is artist Danny Luckert.  With all the horror and paranoia going on in this first issue, Danny’s organic and almost kinetic, frantic art really conveys the mood...

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Blue Hour Interview

Geekorama had a chance to talk to the creative team behind the book Blue Hour from Action Lab, writer Dino Caruso and artist Chad Cicconi.

What were the best and worse parts of working together to make this comic?

Dino Caruso – The best part of working on BLUE HOUR was my collaboration with Chad (and the rest of the team). It was lots of fun to build this project together and solve the creative problems and see it evolve from an idea to a finished product.

I’m sincere when I say that there was no “worst part”. Working with Chad, and having the fine folks at Action Lab publish this story was a great opportunity and positive all the way!

Chad Cicconi – Best part — Dino had a clear vision of what he wanted and a clear story to tell...

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Interview with Joamette Gil Power & Magic Anthology

This is a sort of a multi part question: what led you to make this book? Why make it as an anthology, and what led you to the theme of “magic” for the book?

I made Power & Magic for a lot of reasons. I decided to become a comics publisher to publish what I want to read and pay people what I, as a creator, want to be paid. “Fantasy comics about queer women of color” is, generally speaking, what I want to see more of in the comics scene, so it made sense for the very first thing I published to be purely that. As for the anthology format, that’s just a really smart way to go as a beginning publisher for a number of reasons, not least of which is building a working relationship with many creators at once.

What got you into making comics in the first place?

Haha, I’m one of those infidels who ...

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