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X-O MANOWAR #9 Sees Aric Back on the Throne But Is War Inevitable?

Hail to the emperor!

With his throne attained and his enemies defeated, Aric of Dacia is not only the undisputed emperor of the war-shattered world of Gorin… He is one of the most feared warlords in the known galaxy! But as this former hero of Earth grows more confident with each brutal campaign, he’ll soon discover that his greatest enemy is…himself. Can Aric and the ultra-powerful X-O Manowar armor that he wields peacefully sustain such unyielding amounts of power…or will the thirst for war inside him consume everything he’s fought for?


New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (ETERNITY, Dept. H), and superstar artist Clayton Crain (4001 A.D.) crown the final chapter of “EMPEROR” here as Valiant’s chart-topping interstellar opus challenges the cosmos itself!
X-O MANOWAR (2017) #9 Written by MATT KINDT Art by CLAYTON CRAIN  Cover A by LEWIS LAROSA (SEP172039) Cover B by ADAM POLLINA (SEP172040) Interlocking Variant by JUAN JOSÉ RYP (SEP172041) X-O Manowar Icon Variant by DARICK R…
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New XENA Comic Series Coming from Meredith Finch and Vicente Cifuentes in 2018

Dynamite Entertainment announces that they have signed Spanish artist Vicente Cifuentes to serve as the artist on their highly-anticipated upcoming Xena series, joining writer Meredith Finch (Wonder Woman, Rose) on the project on the heels of the New Jersey Comic Expo. Based on the strong female role-model from one of television's greatest fantasy adventure programs, the new Xena series will debut in February 2018.


Artist Vicente Cifuentes says, "What can I say? When I was young I watched the Xena series, and grew up following her adventures. I´m a huge fan of fantasy and medieval stories, and Xena had it all! I am so grateful for the opportunity to work on this series, and can't wait to make Xena's comeback even stronger than ever!"
Vicente Cifuentes is a Spanish cartoonist and colorist born in September 1979 in Albacete. Since childhood, he wanted to be a cartoonist. Very early, he participated in several drawing competitions, he won many and decided to embrace…

Dwayne Johnson Befriends a Gorilla and Battles Giant Monsters in RAMPAGE Trailer

In his quest to dominate movie theaters for years to come, Dwayne Johnson is probably one of the few superstars with the clout to get another video game adaptation greenlit in Hollywood. With Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle on the way this December, Johnson has got you covered for Spring of 2018 with 'Rampage' based on the 1986 arcade game.


Johnson reunites with San Andreas director Brad Peyton to make a different type of disaster film, one that involves a science experiment gone wrong. The video game featured three creatures that had been genetically altered causing them to grow into gigantic monsters. The point of each level was to destroy the city amid a barrage of firepower from military forces.

In similar fashion, the movie features the same animals - a gorilla, a wolf, and a crocodile - transformed into huge violent and destructive menaces. Johnson plays a primatologist who shares a bond with George, the intelligent silverback gorilla he helped raise from birth. Johnson i…

PREORDER: 'Jughead: The Hunger' #2 by Frank Tieri, Pat and Tim Kennedy, Joe Eisma, et al.

NEW ONGOING SERIES! As Jughead's life as a fugitive grows deadlier, Betty and Archie close in—and they're not alone. Betty's werewolf hunter relatives’ ruthlessness may spell the end for good ol' Jug!


JUGHEAD: THE HUNGER #2
PRE-ORDER AT COMIC SHOPS BY 11/20 ON SALE 12/13
Script: Frank Tieri Art: Pat and Tim Kennedy, Joe Eisma, Bob Smith, Matt Herms, Jack Morelli Cover: Adam Gorham Variant Cover: T. Rex Final Order Cut-Off: 11/20 On Sale Date: 12/13 32-page, full color comic $3.99 U.S.

Artwork by Pat & Tim Kennedy, Bob Smith, Joe Eisma, and Matt Herms











PREORDER: 'Monstro Mechanica' #1 by Paul Allor, Chris Evenhuis, and Sjan Weijers

A new series starring Leonardo da Vinci, his female apprentice, and their wooden robot.


At the height of the Renaissance, warring factions vie for control of Leonardo da Vinci’s destructive arsenal. The only thing standing in their way is Leonardo’s young apprentice and her nine-foot tall mechanical bodyguard. Together, they navigate a world of wicked men and war machines, determined to save Leonardo from the world—and the world from Leonardo.

From creators, Paul Allor (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and Chris Evenhuis (Wynonna Earp) comes this swashbuckling adventure story about war, identity and the birth of the modern world!

“Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master.” – Leonardo da Vinci

MONSTRO MECHANICA #1   $3.99 / 32 pages / Color / on sale 12/13/17 writer: Paul Allor artist: Chris Evenhuis colorist: Sjan Weijers letterer: Paul Allor cover A: Chris Evenhuis cover B: Ariela Kristantina

PREORDER BY NOVEMBER 20
ON SALE DECEMBER 13










Justin Jordan and Donal DeLay Declare War on Love with DEATH OF LOVE Comic

Writer Justin Jordan (THE FAMILY TRADE, SPREAD) teams up with artist Donal DeLay (You are Not Alone, My Geek Family), colorist Omar Estévez (Heavy Metal Magazine, Batman ‘66), and letterer Rachel Deering (In the Dark, Vertigo Quarterly) for the least romantic Valentine’s comic ever: DEATH OF LOVE.


Love sucks. And Philo Harris is going to do something about it.

After a particularly bad, drunken decision, Philo gains the ability to see the Cupidae, the creatures responsible for all the love in the world, and declares war on love itself. With a chainsaw.

“Love is funny. Chainsaws are funny. Love AND chainsaws, therefore, is gonna be super funny,” said Jordan. “Basically, if you've ever wanted to see Cupid torn apart in increasingly hilarious ways, this is definitely the comic for you.”

“I just want everyone to laugh the same way they would watching Army Of Darkness or This Is The End,” added DeLay.

DEATH OF LOVE #1 (Diamond code: DEC170601) hits comic shops Wednesday, February 14th. T…

REVIEW: 'Postal' #24 by Bryan Hill, Isaac Goodhart and K. Michael Russell

It's time for another showdown in Eden and this one cuts to the chase in the opening pages of 'Postal' #24. Bryan Hill wastes no time getting to the nitty-gritty of this long-anticipated confrontation between cult leader Isaac Shiffron and Eden mayor/estranged wife Laura Shiffron.


POSTAL #24 Story: Bryan Hill Art / Cover / Variant Cover: Isaac Goodhart Colorist: K. Michael Russell Letterer: Troy Peteri Published: November 15, 2017 Diamond ID: AUG170702 Digital : $3.99 Print: $3.99
Score: ★★★☆☆ (3/5)
Isaac, Bremble, and some goons have infiltrated Eden taking Mark hostage leading to a face-to-face confrontation with Laura, Maggie, and Magnum. It's the showdown we've been waiting for, a buildup that was so anticipated that it could not live up to expectations. But before things are settled the story jumps back two hours to reveal how they all got to this point.

From the very beginning of 'Postal' there's been a huge dark cloud hanging over it. That cloud w…

NEW COMIC BOOK DAY: Notable New Releases 11/15/17

Another great week of comics is upon us with some big-name talent attached. Mike Mignola delivers Jenny Finn #1, Gail Simone and Darick Robertson bring Conan/Wonder Woman #3,  James Tynion IV pens a 'Dark Nights Metal Tie-In' The Batman Who Laughs, and Christos Gage offers the action-packed Ninja-K #1.


NEW COMIC BOOK DAY 11/15/17 by Slidely Slideshow
Music by Melkbelly

There's so much more this week too. Bryan Hill and Isaac Goodhart bring the climatic issue of Postal #24, Matthew Rosenberg does double duty this week with Secret Warriors #8 and Punisher #8, James Asmus, Joe Keatinge, Christopher Sebela, Joshua Williamson, and Joe Infurnari debut with Evolution #1, Margarite Bennett drops Sheena: Queen of the Jungle #3, and Vault Comics has two highly anticipated titles this week Alien Bounty Hunter #2 and Zojaqan  #2. All-ages books are well represented with Kid Sherlock trade paperback, Princeless Raven Year 2 #1, and The Legend of Wonder Woman trade paperback. Happy read…