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Action Lab: Danger Zone’s AWRY launches digital first this week! 

Writer: Wes Locher
Artist: Graeham Jarvis
Cover Artist: Graeham Jarvis

T+ pgs./ 98 / FC
(Pre-Order Here)
An intimate tale about the dangers of space and the importance of family.

The latest in a line of Action Lab: Danger Zone digital-first titles, AWRY is an intergalactic story starring a captain everyone hates and a nervous crew. In the 10 years it took the Phyllos to reach the black hole Formax-C, the crew of four came to loathe one another. But when the mission suddenly goes awry, the astronauts must overcome their differences and work as a team if they hope to survive an unforgiving alien world and make it back home. Fans of Lost in Space or Stargate are sure to enjoy AWRY’s alien worlds, dark humor, and rich characters.


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Sister Mercy

Written and created by Corey Hardiman
Artwork by Ricardo Silva
Coloring by Lancelot Corre Catan
Lettering and editing Doran corkum
Published by Corey Hardiman
In association with Whitefire Comics

The world is in its death throes. Red, polluted skies hang like a shroud over barren wastelands littered with debris from a golden age long forgotten. The seas are fetid expanses of poison and putrid waste, home to monstrosities born of God’s darkest nightmares.

Generations have passed since the fall of humanity, since the cities crumbled and the very fabric of what it meant to be human was lost to the ravages of desperation. To be human now meant to survive at any cost, to do anything to escape the irradiated hordes that scour the wastelands.

The loss of virtue and morality we...

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Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Alex Priest #3

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The Man Who Came Down the Attic Stairs

Created by Celine Loup

Written by Celine Loup

Art by Celine Loup

Cover by Celine Loup

Published by BOOM! – Archaia

The Man Who Came Down The Stair was created by acclaimed artist Celine Loup, as a way to deal with her own ticking biological clock and her incredible anxiety at the prospect of motherhood. I am obviously not a mother, but I can sympathize with her anxiety. There was a time when I very much wanted a child of my own, but my mental (and subsequently physical) health eventually made that prospect terrifying. It took several years to fully accept my decision not to father a child, and the emotional turmoil that lead to that decision.

At the same time I’ve watched more than one of my friends suffer from post-partum depression...

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Return to Vader’s Castle #1


It the second Tuesday of this week! Meaning I lost track of of the day of the week. Let’s make up for it by reading a DARTH VADER comic!

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