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NEW COMIC BOOK DAY: Notable Releases 3/16/16


Another week of new comic books this week and it's very Image-heavy. With titles like Monstress, Roche Limit: Monadic, Rat Queens, The Humans TPB, Huck, and so many more this week it's kind of hard to ignore the quality.  If those books aren't your thing there's plenty more to choose from. Dynamite isn't too shabby either with Lords of the Jungle #1, Red Sonja, James Bond, Devolution, and Looking for Group. Check out other notable releases this week below like Clean Room, International Iron Man, Turncoat, The Doorman, and more! Happy reading!


NEW COMIC BOOK DAY 3/17/16 by Slidely Slideshow



Written by Gerry Conway & Various. Art by Eduardo Pansica & Various. Cover by Aaron Lopresti. It's four powerhouse tales in one colossal comic, as some of comics' most legendary talents launch new tales of Firestorm, Metamorpho, Metal Men and Sugar and Spike-that's right, Sugar and Spike! FIRESTORM Written by GERRY CONWAY Art by EDUARDO PANSICA and ROB HUNTER Firestorm is back! To save Jason Rausch, Firestorm will need to retrieve Danton Black's stolen research from Professor Stein's lab. But if Jason can't fuse with Ronnie by the Firestorm Protocol…who can? METAL MEN Written by LEN WEIN Art by YILDIRAY CINAR and TREVOR SCOTT Doctor Will Magnus' Metal Men may be the next step in robotics technology, but when the mysterious cyber-terrorist known only as Nameless comes after them, they may have met their match! METAMORPHO Written by AARON LOPRESTI Art by AARON LOPRESTI with MATT BANNING Metamorpho-a prisoner of millionaire industrialist Simon Stagg! Now, the only person who can save him is Stagg's beautiful daughter, Sapphire!? But can they defeat Stagg's prehistoric bodyguard, Java? SUGAR & SPIKE Written by KEITH GIFFEN Art by BILQUIS EVELY The last time we saw Sugar and Spike, they were still in diapers! Now, they're grown up, and they've become private investigators who specialize in cleaning up embarrassing problems for the DCU's greatest heroes. Sugar & Spike's first assignment: retrieve a cache of Batman's retired costumes that have been stolen by Killer Moth! Cover price $7.99.


Written by David Hine. Art and Cover by Alberto Ponticelli. Ray Pilgrim and his daughter Toni are digging deeper into the activities of the sinister Wednesday Club...but just as they find the evidence that will reveal the faces behind the masks, their key informant disappears. The only way to find him is for Ray to break a twenty-year-old promise and take the drug that could trigger his psychic abilities--or drive him back into a state of psychotic delusion! Cover price $3.99.


Written by Eliot Rahal and Daniel Kibblesmith. Art and Cover by Kendall Goode. Henry Clay Waters is The Doorman of Earth and hasn't had an interstellar visitor in decades until... his last day on the job when an extraterrestrial assassin darkens his doorstep. Saved by the neurotic alien Detective Flower, the two must team up to solve the galaxy's biggest mystery or get killed trying! 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.50.


Volume 2 - 1st printing. "Humans Til Deth Up!" Collects Humans (2014 Image) #5-10. Written by Keenan Keller. Art and cover by Tom Neely. THE HUMANS ARE BACK! The second HUMANS collection follows the gang as they rampage thru drug runs with road pirates, strip club freak outs and beatdowns, passionate sex in cheap motel rooms, and multiple bloody barroom massacres! All of which snowballs towards a brutal ending of bloody vengeance and death! It's the feel good hit of the year! Softcover, 176 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $15.99.


Written by Corinna Bechko. Art by Roberto Castro. Cover by Alex Ross. Tarzan has long been the protector of his jungle stronghold, but this time the fight has to be taken to his enemy's territory, deep in the heart of London. Half a world away and nearly a century later, Sheena is battling foes of her own when she is mysteriously swept through time and space to 1930's Africa, leaving her own land unprotected. Will these two Lords of the Jungle find enough common ground to join forces? Or will the resulting culture clash lead to mutual destruction? Cover price $3.99.


Written by Marjorie M. Liu. Art and Cover by Sana Takeda. Maika's world becomes even more dangerous. Rated M Cover price $3.99.


Written by Kurtis J. Wiebe. Art and Cover by Stjepan Sejic. 'Demons,' Part Five A betrayal changes the Rat Queens forever! Prepare to be shocked! Cover price $3.99.


Written by Michael Moreci. Art and Cover by Kyle Charles. THE CRITICALLY-ACCLAIMED SCI-FI HIT RETURNS FOR ITS THIRD AND FINAL ARC Earth is in ruins after the Black Sun's annihilation of the planet. Now, in the last remaining human city, its inhabitants fight for survival while a chosen few realize that their world may not be what it seems. Cover price $3.99.


Written by Jeremy Whitley. Art and Cover by Rosy Higgins and Ted Brandt. Raven and her crew are in pirate country now and ready to set off in search of her brothers. But when their first stop for information and supplies turns out to be more dangerous than they expect, they may not even make it off the island alive! Cover price $3.99.


Written by Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas. Art and Cover by Kris Anka. Captain Marvel's powers are on the fritz and the timing couldn't be worse… All evidence says that Alpha Flight has a traitor in their midst . How will Carol and her crew figure out the origins of the mystery ship when they can't even trust each other? 28 pages, full color. Rated T+ Cover price $3.99.


Written by David Walker. Art and Cover by Sanford Greene. JENNIE AND THE FAMILY SUPERSOUL STONE A villain now has her hands on a mystically powerful stone, and it's all Luke and Danny's fault! Well, maybe it's not ALL their fault. They were tricked by an old friend, but that's little comfort to our two heroes, much less the gangster from whom they took the stone. Someone phone Jessica Jones and let her know Luke's going to be late. Maybe she could binge-watch an awesome streaming super hero show? Rated T+ Cover price $3.99.


(W) Sam Humphries (A/CA) Caitlin Rose Boyle
Jonesy's plan to make two teens from opposite sides of the social strata fall in love has backfired spectacularly, leaving them happy as clams and ruining Jonesy's chance at attending the biggest show of the year!


1st printing. Collects Tomboy (2015) #1-4. Story and art by M Goodwin. "No Crime Goes Unpunished. No Criminal Walks Away." The death of a friend catches sixteen year-old Addison off guard, but a chance encounter with his killers on the subway forever changes her life. Crime cover-ups, dirty cops, and magical dead boyfriends consume her life as she's thrust into the vigilante lifestyle and murder becomes her after school activity. Softcover, 128 pages, full color. Cover price $14.99.


Written by Rick Remender. Art by Jonathan Wayshak. Cover by Jae Lee. Raja and the rebel Marines have set out on a journey across the devolved wasteland to try and save humanity, only some of humanity like things just as they are. 32 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $3.99.


Written by Marguerite Bennett. Art by Aneke. Cover by Marguerite Sauvage. Chased by her fellow Hyrkanians for treason, Sonja races to the King, only to discover that he is a face from her own past! The scorned ruler plans a wave of conquest and bloodshed across the nations of their enemies. Red Sonja, the one-time hero of her people, will become her homeland's most notorious outlaw, hunted by those she loves! Cover price $3.99.



Written by David Wohl. Art and Cover by Giuseppe Cafaro. Life hurts more than death. The first brand new Aspen series to debut in 2016, from the creator of Executive Assistant: Iris, Legend of the Shadow Clan and Witchblade, and the artist of Fathom: Kiani comes a new tale spanning centuries, deep within the heart of the ancient civilizations of Africa… Meanwhile in Spanish Harlem, Emergency Medical Techs Michael and Naomi are working the violent and unpredictable streets daily. However, nothing can prepare the duo as a routine Police shooting reveals something far more powerful-and dangerous-for Naomi's future! Cover price $3.99.


Written by Alex Paknadel. Art and Cover by Artyom Trakhanov. 300 years since humanity was brutally subjugated by the alien race known simply as the Management. Two years since these invaders abandoned Earth to return to their home world. Following her participation in the brutal massacre of human-alien hybrids left behind by the Management, resistance fighter Marta Gonzalez declines to join the new human government and starts her own private detective agency instead. Gonzalez is forced to confront her own bloody past and acknowledge the fact that the transition from oppression to emancipation is anything but clean. Cover price $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis. Art and Cover by Alex Maleev. Who is Tony Stark, really? Since learning that he was adopted as a baby, this question has cast a shadow over Stark's life. Now, it is time to uncover what his legacy truly is, a journey that will carry Tony into new directions as a man and as a super hero. Alongside his strange new quasi-ally Doctor Doom, Iron Man will discover new things about the Marvel Universe he didn't know existed before! Rated T+ Cover price $3.99.


Written by Gail Simone. Art by Jon Davis-Hunt. Cover by Jenny Frison. Chloe discovers the brutal truth behind her fiancé's suicide and faces a visit from someone called the Surgeon who intends on using his scalpel for…different reasons. And Astrid proves herself to be both friend and foe in this chilling end to the first arc. 32 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $3.99.


Written by Amy Chu. Art and Cover by Clay Mann. As the murder investigation at the lab deepens, a new surprise awaits Poison Ivy in the form of the growing hatched sporelings! As these new lifeforms test the limits of their power, will they soon outgrow the need for their creator? Cover price $2.99.

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