Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Dan Mora Colors: Tamra Bonvillain Letters: Ed Dukeshire
“A standoff between Duncan, Galahad, and Lancelot is all that’s preventing the Otherworld and our world from colliding… but only one of them can be the greatest knight and Duncan better hope it’s him.”
Writer: Matthew Erman Artist: Lisa Sterle Colorist: Gab Contreras Letterer: Jim Campbell Designer: Tim Daniel Cover A: Lisa Sterle Cover B (Tarot): Lisa Sterle Cover C (Dazzler #1 Homage): Nathan Gooden & Tim Daniel Cover D: Yoshi Yoshitani On Sale: 3/31/2021
“A modern, Wild West road trip about a witch named Yonna cruising the Southwest as a band of bloodthirsty biker vampires, The Hounds of Love, hunt her scattered coven for the source of all magic: witch blood. From the critically acclaimed creators of The Modern Witch Tarot Deck and Long Lost comes WITCHBLOOD, a blend of action, lore, and Americana-perfect for fans of Buffy and American Gods.“
Writer: Riley Biehl
Artist/Cover Artist: Drew Moss
Colorist: Borg Sinaban
Letterer: Taylor Esposito
Script Editor: Brittany Matter
Editor: Nicole D’Andria
Publisher: Action Lab Entertainment
“After being rescued from the Meg-Amalgam, Miranda gets a job with the Inter-Dimensional Emergency Association, aka IDEA. Eager to help other victims of the Multiverse Maelstrom, Miranda lets her ambitions get the better of her and ends up demoted to a desk job. Alone and bored with restricted access to her dog Noodles, Miranda makes a play to get herself noticed. But is IDEA really the altruistic agency they claim to be, or do they have other plans for the refugees they’re collecting?“
Written by: Sam Romesburg and Ben Roberts Art by: Gioele Filipo Colors by: Marco Lesko Letters by: Justin Birch
“Everything that Daniel and Cyrus have ever known is now in danger. Death will soon be raining from the skies, but they believe they’ve found an ally in The Mother. Who is this woman? Can she really be trusted?”
It has been a long time – entirely too long – since I’ve gotten to spend time at my beloved Universal Orlando. And, with that, a long time since I’ve gotten to attend my favorite Halloween event – Halloween Horror Nights.
Understandably, last year, everyone missed out, because of the pandemic. But HHN 30 looks like it may be happening – and with that, the first house announcement is here!
“Spanish writer and artist GUILLEM MARCH is best known for his ongoing, extensive work with DC Comics on Batman, Catwoman, and Harley Quinn and has worked as an artist on several graphic novels including the English editions of Monika with Titan Comics and The Dream with Europe Comics. Here, he takes up his pen for an edgy new FIVE-PART SERIES about a highly unconventional angel named Karmen and the young woman she takes under her wing when a case of heartbreak strikes hard. Packed with surprises and metaphysics, this gorgeously drawn series deploys tenderness and humor as it dives deep into topics that matter.”
Written by Dan Watters Art by Caspar Wijngaard Letters by Aditya Bidikar Design by Tom Muller
“The Home Sick Pilots are reunited – but not for long. Who else knows about the ghosts? Who is killing for them? What has been crawling out of the VHS machine at night with blood on its rewindable mind?”
Written by Alex Child and Grant Morrison Illustrated by Naomi Franquiz Color by Tamra Bonvillain Lettered by Jim Campbell
“Perfect for fans of Paper Girls and Die, visionary writer Grant Morrison (Klaus), Alex Child (BBC’s Holby City) and Naomi Franquiz (Tales from Harrow County) present a chilling new horror series about the mysterious monsters that haunt Proctor Valley Road – and the four misfit teenagers who must stop them.
August, Rylee, Cora & Jennie have organized a “Spook Tour” with their classmates on the most haunted, demon-infested stretch of road in America to fund attending the concert of their dreams.
When their visit turns deadly, these four friends race to rescue the missing students… before the town tears them limb from limb.
Now they must slay the evils roaming Proctor Valley Road… along with the monsters lurking in the hearts of 1970s America.”