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COMIC BOOK DAY: Notable New Releases for September 24

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Another great week in comics that is heavy on the indies. It usually is when Saga comes out but there's more like Kyle Higgins' C.O.W.L. #5, Joshua Williamson's Captain Midnight #15, Brian Wood's The Massive #27, Gail Simone's Red Sonja #12 and many, many more. Not to be out done are DC and Marvel with Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn on Deadpool #35, and Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti on Future's End: Harley Quinn #1.


Check out the rest of what's new as there is something for everybody and just a ton of incredible work. You can't go wrong. Enjoy!



Written by Kyle Higgins and Alec Siegel. Art by Rod Reis. Cover by Trevor McCarthy. The end of the first arc and a huge turning point for the series! John Pierce and Geoffrey Warner square off over C.O.W.L.'s big secret, Radia faces public outcry, and Arclight resorts to lethal force...against one of his own. Cover price $3.50.


Written by Joshua Williamson. Art by Bit and Manuel Garcia. Cover by Victor Ibanez. The tech-obsessed madman Tempus has set fire to Captain Midnight's local community and captured the hero, and now he's about to pick his brain . . . literally! As the buildings burn and the buzz saw roars, can Captain Midnight save the day and mend his mind by being the hero and the man the people need? Cover price $2.99.


Written by Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn. Art by John Lucas. Cover by Mike Del Mundo. Our wall-crawling hero is stalked by a classic SPIDER-SLAYER! Wait. This isn't a Spider-Man book. What is a Spider-Slayer doing here??? Parental Advisory Cover price $3.99.


Written by Rick Remender. Art and Cover by Greg Tocchini. In an effort to save mankind, Stel Kane embarks to do what hasn't been done in millennia: walk on the Earth's surface. But before she can rise from the depths of the ocean, she must first help her son rise from the suffocating darkness in which he wallows. Cover price $3.50.


Written by Brian Wood. Art by Garry Brown. Cover by John Paul Leon. The Massive has been found! The story of its disappearance is as mind bending as Mary's origin. But the solving of two mysteries only draws attention to the secret still unexplained: the reason for the Crash. Cover price $3.50.


Story, Art and Cover by Matt Kindt. Lyme, Dusty, Bill, and Perrier are all dead or missing. Alone in a world of rogue mind managers, Meru sets out in search of the first Immortal . . . rumored to still be alive somewhere in South America! Cover price $3.99.


Written by Curt Pires. Art by Jason Copland. Cover by Dylan Todd. The Cartel continues its unrelenting pursuit of Elle, the newly escaped would-be pop star they've manufactured! As the Cartel's agents close in, Elle and her only ally, Coop, start to realize just how much danger they're in! Cover price $3.99.


Written by Brian K. Vaughan. Art and Cover by Fiona Staples. Betrayal. Cover price $2.99.


Written by Cullen Bunn. Art and Cover by Brian Hurtt. The stage is set for the final showdown between Drake, Becky, Griselda, and Jesup. The fate of the world hangs in the balance. But Drake and Becky didn't stand a chance against Jesup when they were armed with the Six. How can they stop him when he now holds all of the doomsday weapons? Cover price $3.99.


Written by Gail Simone. Art by Walter Geovani. Cover by Jenny Frison. The wild and untamed climax to Sonja's epic journey to collect the six most gifted individuals of her age…but will she give them over to the sadistic emperor, as she promised? Cover price $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak. Art by Scott Hepburn and David Baldeon. Cover by Victor Ibanez. Long ago, after she was worshipped as a goddess on the plains of Africa, Storm was stripped of her mutant powers and fell into deep depression. A brilliant inventor named Forge came to her rescue and nursed her back to health, showing her that she is so much more than her superhuman abilities. And a romance blossomed between them. But it was a love made to be broken… Now, years later, Storm has the powers and stature of a goddess once more, and she is reunited with Forge. But what does fate have in store for the pair this time? Rated T+ Cover price $3.99.


Written by Michael Moreci. Art and Cover by Vic Malhotra. 'OUR DESTINY IS THE STARS, AND I WILL LEAD US THERE.' Twenty years after this promise, billionaire Langford Skaargard's dream of cosmic exploration is no more. Roche Limit, a colony situated on the cusp of a mysterious energy anomaly, is a melting pot of crime and terrible secrets. When Bekkah Hudson goes missing, the search to find her will plunge her sister and a cadre of the colony's underworld figures into an odyssey that reveals a grim future for mankind. Blending 2001: A Space Odyssey with Blade Runner, ROCHE LIMIT is the first part of a bold sci-fi/noir trilogy. Cover price $3.50.


1st printing. Story and art by Adrian Smith. An art event that will shatter your expectations of what the medium can offer is being exclusively released in this over-sized hardcover. In a world where the sun is frozen and the moon burns, an unlikely hero rises to free the Earth Mother from her chains. His path lies in shadows, his enemies' legion. Hardcover, 8-in. x 12-in., 156 pages, B&W. Cover price $29.99.


1st printing. Written by Brad Meltzer. Art and cover by Chris Eliopoulos. Never stop dreaming is the message of this fourth picture book in the lively, collectible biography series. Brad Meltzer, New York Times bestselling author, is on a mission to give kids the right role models. His engaging picture book series, playfully illustrated by comic book artist Christopher Eliopoulos, shares the stories of heroes in a way that will inspire every reader to strive for greatness. Such as the tale of Albert Einstein, who struggled in school and was called a foolish dreamer by one of his teachers, but whose dreaming led to a theory of relativity that showed us a whole new view of our universe. Hardcover, 8-in. x 8-in., 40 pages, full color. All Ages Cover price $12.99.


Written by Karen Traviss. Art by Steve Kurth. Cover by Jeffrey Veregge. DOES THE WORLD NEED G.I. JOE? Cobra had become an international peacekeeping force… and the future of G.I. JOE looks bleak. SCARLETT leads what's left of America's ultimate fighting force-but will she be able to keep hew team together? Real-world action and politics collide… and nothing will be the same. Cover price $3.99.


Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti. Art by Chad Hardin. Cover by Amanda Conner. Harley and The Joker make it legal at last! Follow the happy couple to their secret honeymoon spot, where it's literally till death do they part! Cover price $3.99.

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