Writer Ryan O’Sullivan (Turncoat, The Evil Within) and artist Plaid Klaus (Turncoat) will launch their all-new sci-fi/comedy series VOID TRIP this November from Image Comics.
Ana and Gabe are the last two humans left alive in the galaxy. They’re low on fuel, they’re low on food, and they’re low on psychedelic space froot, but they’re high on hope and determined to make it to their promised land: the super-planet Euphoria, a true hippy paradise.
This is a road trip like no other. Come along for the ride and meet the friends and enemies they make along the way, and see how the universe responds to those who dare to live freely within it.
VOID TRIP #1 arrives in comic shops Wednesday, November 22nd. For more information, go to www.imagecomics.com.
When Mia and Ginny go to stay at their Grandma’s mothball-filled house for the summer, boredom forces them to venture out into her tiny town. What they find in a dusty used bookstore launches them into an upside-down world of terror! For more information, go to idwpublishing.com
THE APOCALYPSE GIRL #3 (of 4)
Story: El Torres
Art: Ramiro Borrallo
“You ain’t my mother! You ain’t the boss of me! You are just a… an undead thing in a world of scary stomping giant demons and scariest angels! And you let me be born in this chaos! I didn’t ask to be born in this world!”
The End of the World has an upside: there’s no school. But, how do you spend the time? Metis does what every teenage girl does: listen her music, fight with mom, think about the sexy, Silent Angel, think about John… and fighting with mom again.
Apocalypse Girl has received a “Spotlight On” from Previews!
UPC Code: 732030830837—00411
SEP171141 – STL062755
32pgs, FC $3. 99
Author(s): Jennifer Van Gessel & El Torres
Artist(s): Nacho Tenorio & Sergio Mora
Cover Artist(s): JuanFra MB
Intended Audience: Mature
Format Trade paperback, FC, 116 pages
Retail Price: $19,99
Ship Date/Month: Oct 2017
The acclaimed miniseries in one volume! Emmie’s life changed forever when she was assaulted. She’s determined to find her attacker and has formed a team with the most unlikely partner you could imagine: THE RAPE MACHINE.
Together they lay down their own brand of twisted justice upon sexual predators.
Rogues! Odd Parenthood TP
Writer: El Torres
Art: Nacho Tenorio, Sergio Mora
Cover: Nacho Castro
The funniest rogues in all fantasy realms are back! In the mythical city of Gerada, Pearl of the South and Cradle of Humankind, our rogues Bram the barbarian and the thief known as the Weasel, try to survive and deal with the adventures that, literally, hang over them… and this time, this adventure is an insufferable baby!
An evil concubine seduces an evil patrician who commands an evil man-at-arms who hires an evil wizard who summons an evil earth elemental and evil vampiresses to kill a child, the child that the-not-so-evil (but sometimes wicked) Bram and Weasel are reluctantly guarding!
We have magic cards, overpopulated dungeons, fights to the death in dirty alleys, family problems, royal conspiracies, learned monsters, polyamorous relationships and religious processions with turkeys. This is probably the funniest Rogues story ever!
This volume contains issues 1 to 5 of ROGUES!: ODD PARENTHOOD, published in the United States by AMIGO COMICS. This fun and adventurous series have been described as a book that “put the 80s fantasy/sword and sorcery feel in today’s storytelling.”
SEP171142 – STL062754
120 pages FC For more information, go to www.amigocomics.com
Charlotte – aka Charlie – a pretty redhead, sets up an expedition to find her brother. The young scientist, who disappeared underground several months ago, claimed – to everyone's astonishment – to be able to prove the existence of Hell by using Darwin's theory of evolution! The little group, led by Charlie, plunge underground in his pursuit. The deeper they progress into the entrails of our planet, the more they enter another world that hides other forms of life heretofore never experienced. The discovery changes them gradually in a way they cannot perceive…
Publishers Weekly Top Ten pick for the Fall!
9x12, 128pp., color hardcover, $24.99, ISBN 9781681121437, e-book: $9.99. For more information, go to nbmpub.com.
TwoMorrows Publishing releases Groovy, a new full-color hardcover book that explores pop culture of the ’60s Flower Power era, when it was all too beautiful! This far-out trip to the days of lava lamps and love beads revisits that era’s rock festivals, movies, art—even comics and cartoons, including the 1968 ‘mod’ Wonder Woman and R. Crumb. From Woodstock to “The Banana Splits,” from “Sgt. Pepper” to “H.R. Pufnstuf,” from Altamont to “The Partridge Family,” it’s a psychedelic pop-culture trip that doesn’t require any dangerous chemicals.
The author's later career as entertainment writer for the New Jersey Star-Ledger newspaper led him to interview numerous celebrities from that era—contacts that were invaluable for this project. In addition to covering pivotal moments of Flower Power blooming in pop culture, Groovy presents dozens of full-color photographs of, and features interviews with, icons of grooviness such as Peter Max, Brian Wilson, Peter Fonda, Melanie, David Cassidy, members of the Jefferson Airplane, Cream, the Doors, the Cowsills and Vanilla Fudge; and cast members of groovy TV shows like “The Monkees,” “Laugh-In” and “The Brady Bunch.”
Voger continues, "If I was born 10 years earlier and grew up in San Francisco instead of South Jersey, Groovy would be a different kind of trip. For no true hippie would countenance the corny, co-opted psychedelia of “Laugh-In” or “H.R. Pufnstuf.” Nonetheless, these things happened. Perhaps the psychedelic walls behind Fleagle, Bingo, Drooper and Snorky inspired a child to later investigate Milton Glaser or Stanley Mouse. Yeah, the Jefferson Airplane has more cred than the Cowsills, but Groovy is as much about the cheezy corporate cash-ins as the druggy, organic inception of a genre."
This full-color hardcover is 192 pages long, and retails for $39.95. It is available now in both print and digital editions, through TwoMorrows' website (www.twomorrows.com), comic and bookstores through Diamond Comic/Book Distributors, on Amazon.com, Target.com, Walmart.com, and through the company's app on the Apple and Android platforms.
Groovy: When Flower Power Bloomed in Pop Culture
(192-page FULL-COLOR HARDCOVER) $39.95
(Digital Edition) $13.95. For more information, go to twomorrows.com
Specially priced set reuniting two perennially popular books with art by the amazing duo under the Kerascoet name.
In Beauty, When Coddie unintentionally delivers a fairy from a spell that held her prisoner, she does not realize how poisoned the wish is she gets in return. From repulsive and stinking of fish she becomes perceived as magnetically beautiful, which does not help her in her village. A young local lord saves her but soon it becomes apparent her destiny may be far greater.
In Miss Don’t Touch Me, The ‘Butcher of the Dances’ is on the prowl for young loose women. Blanche works as a maid along with the only family she knows, her sister, fun-loving Agatha. Suddenly, Blanche loses her to what she saw was murder but others only write off as suicide. She decides to take matters into her own hands.
2 book banded set, 344pp. full color hardcovers, specially priced at $55, ISBN 9781681121147. For more information, go to nbmpub.com.