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Legendary Comics’ New Graphic Novel 'Godzilla: Aftershock' Now on Sale

Thrilling companion prequel to upcoming summer blockbuster Godzilla: King of the Monsters pits the iconic Titan against a mythic new adversary


Fans eagerly awaiting Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures’ summer’s big-screen blockbuster Godzilla: King of the Monsters, set to hit theaters worldwide on May 31, can get a sneak peek at the monstrous action with Legendary Comics’ thrilling companion graphic novel GODZILLA: AFTERSHOCK, now on sale in comic stores and online. Continuing the story of 2014’s Godzilla after the catastrophic events in San Francisco, the King of the Monsters finds himself once again threatened as a terrifying new foe rises from the depths of the earth, unleashing a series of devastating earthquakes and driven by an unstoppable primal instinct that will test the King of Monsters like never before.
“Part of the fun of working on a Godzilla project is that its massive scale demands that it be a collaboration with talented artists and AFTERSHOCK is no exception…

PREVIEW: 'Battlestar Galactica: Twilight Command' #4 by Michael Moreci, Breno Tamura, and Dijjo Lima

Things heat up in the penultimate issue of Twilight Command! One of Flores’s own puts his life on the line for his squad, and the Cylon plot proves to be much more of a threat than anyone imagined!


A desperate mission puts Twilight Command’s back against the wall, and with time running out they may not be able to stop Cavil’s plan in time!

Battlestar Galactica: Twilight Command #4
writer: Michael Moreci artist: Breno Tamura, Dijjo Lima covers: Brent Schoonover (A)               Breno Tamura (B)               Brent Schoonover (RI-B/W)               Breno Tamura (RI-Virg)               Brent Schoonover (RI-Virg)
FC  |  32 pages   |   Sci-Fi  |  $3.99  |   Teen+ 









PRE-ORDER: 'Raven the Pirate Princess Book Seven: Date Night' TPB by Jeremy Whitley, Xenia Pamfil, and Christine Hipp

While the individual issues are digital only, RAVEN THE PIRATE PRINCESS BOOK SEVEN: DATE NIGHT will be available physically from Action Lab Entertainment this July 2019!


The ladies of Raven's pirate crew are facing their greatest challenge ever: their own feelings! After the events of the last book, the crew are resting on an island and finally have time for a date night. Will sparks fly?

Creator/writer Jeremy Whitley had this to say about the latest volume of RAVEN: "Raven and our crew have been through a lot and forged some strong relationships as a result.  Now it's finally time for them to enjoy a little R and R as our adventure comic takes an opportunity to shift into a romance comic for this volume. This volume is everything I love about our crew distilled down into an awesome story of what our girls get into with their first chance to spend quality time with each other without their lives on the line. I had a ball writing it and I think our fans will love it."

PREVIEW: 'Vampblade Season 4' #1 by Jason Martin and Winston Young

New season! New costume! Katie Carva is back!

Back from an alternate Earth, back from hell, and back to running a comic shop by day, and wielding other-dimensional-parasite slaying bloodthirsty blades by night!

Features 3 regular and risqué variants, plus Dan Mendoza (Zombie Tramp, DollFace) special incentive and super limited virgin variants!! Now with legacy (series) numbering.

VAMPBLADE SEASON 4 #1 (legacy issue #38)
Writer(s): Jason Martin Artist Name(s): Winston Young Cover A – Brao regular (unlimited) Cover B – Brao Risqué variant (limited to 2000) Cover C – Steve Desario Classic variant (limited to 1000) Cover D – Steve Desario Classic risqué (limited to 1500) Cover E – Richard Garcia Homage variant (limited to 1000) Cover F – Richard Garcia Homage risqué (limited to 1500) Cover G – Dan Mendoza variant retailer incentive – retailers can order 1 for every 5 copies each of covers A, C, and E ordered (15) Cover H – Dan Mendoza risqué retailer incentive – retailers can order 1 for e…

These Beloved Comics Characters Deserve Quality TV Adaptations

Over the years, we’ve seen numerous comic book characters hit the small screen, with varying levels of success. The adaptations have come from all across the comic book spectrum too. Marvel’s had its fair share of shows, including Agents of Shield on ABC and Luke Cage over at Netflix. DC’s been active as well, with shows like Flash, Gotham, and Supergirl all making their marks. Even Archie and friends got in on the action, with the smashing success of Riverdale.

by Guest Contributor
Our question is, why stop there? There are plenty of other comic book franchises that would be perfect fits for TV. Let’s take a look at just a few of them.

Red Sonja



It’s no secret that female-led superhero films are on the rise. With Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel having made waves at the box office, and Black Widow and Birds Of Prey on the way to cinemas, TV networks could well be tempted to get in on the long-overdue trend. And who better to headline a show of her own than the classic sword-and-sorcer…

PREVIEW: 'James Bond 007' #7 by Greg Pak and Eric Gapstur

Injured and alone, lieutenant James Bond has escaped his Russian captors, only to be thrust into the heart of war.


James Bond 007 #7
writer: Greg Pak  |  artist: Eric Gapstur covers: Dave Johnson (A), Khoi Pham (B)               David Nakayama (C), Stephen Mooney (D)               Dave Johnson (RI-Virgin), Khoi Pham (RI-Virgin)                David Nakayama (RI-Virgin),                Stephen Mooney (RI-Virgin)
FC  |  32 pages  |  Action/Adventure  |  $3.99  |  Teen+  
In Stores 05/15/2019
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