Review: Something is Killing the Children #18

Writer: James Tynion IV
Artist: Werther Dell’Edera
Colors: Miquel Muerto
Letters: Andworld Design
Publisher: BOOM! Studios

“What secrets lie at the heart of the House of Slaughter? Erica, and her rival Aaron, will soon learn as they are pulled deeper and deeper into the Order of St. George… but the truth may destroy them.
SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN #18 features main cover art by series artist Werther Dell’Edera and variant cover art by fan favorite artist Wes Craig (Deadly Class).”

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Review: Good Luck #2

Written by Matthew  Erman
Art by Steffano Simeone
Letterered by Mike Fiorentino

When Good Luck and Bad Luck collide, will humanity survive? The Unfortunates – teenagers born with zero luck – arrive at the heart of the chaotic, reality-threatening event and are soon confronted by the powerful beings that control Luck – the Constellations! Meanwhile, the Secretary of Probability & Luck has plans of their own… and knows more than they’ve let on.”

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Review: Save Yourself #2

Written by Bones Leopard
Art by Kelly & Nichole Matthews
Letterered by Jim Campbell

Just as Gigi’s entire world is turned upside down, she is transported to the headquarters of the Cosmic Federation with her brother-in-law Shawn and the alien they just met, Mia. As Gigi and Shawn’s understanding of the universe expands at warp speed and they are pulled into a new world of galaxy alliances and secret agents, they make a devastating realization. The more pressing matter at hand, however, is safeguarding them from the Lovely Trio now that they know the shocking truth!”

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Review: The Many Deaths of Laila Starr #4

Writer: Ram V
Artist: Filipe Andrade
Color assists: Inês Amaro
Letterer: AndWorld Design

The mortal incarnation of Death, Laila Starr, must confront the cruel nature of her role in the universe when she once again encounters the future creator of immortality who is drawing ever closer to his destiny. Laila finds it increasingly difficult to divert the man from his path, who this time recognizes her and what she is, as he is now driven by grief from a terrible tragedy… 

THE MANY DEATHS OF LAILA STARR #4 features main cover art by series artist Andrade and variant covers by superstar artists Ariela Kristantina (Chain) and Evan Cagle (Strange Skies over East Berlin).”

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Review: Seven Secrets #10

Written by Tom Taylor
Art by Daniele Di Nicuolo
Colored by Walter Baiamonte
With color assistance by Katia Ranalli
Lettered by Ed Dukeshire

Will Amon be able to capitalize on the Order’s fragility to destroy it once and for all? Still reeling from their losses, the Keepers must come together for a momentous decision… one that will leave Caspar at a difficult crossroads. If Amon and the Seekers strike in this moment, they may be able to capture all the remaining secrets, and with it wipe out the Order.

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Review: Eve #3

Writer: Victor LaValle
Artist: Jo Mi-Gyeong
Colorist: Brittany Peer
Letterer: Andworld Design

Who can you trust when you’ve always been alone? Eve finally reaches dry land, but soon discovers she has company. When she encounters a mysterious group of children, she will have to grapple with the fact that not everything Wexler has told her is true. And if that’s the case, what else about her reality is a lie?
EVE #3 features main cover art by artist Ario Anindito (Star Wars: The High Republic) with colors by Pierluigi Casolino, and variant covers by famed illustrator Dani Pendergast (NPR) and acclaimed artist Jahnoy Lindsay (Luke Cage).”

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Review: Basilisk #2

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Illustrator: Jonas Scharf
Colorist: Alex Guimarāes
Letterer: Ed Dukeshire

Is redemption possible if it is coerced? Forced to confront the horrors of her past, Regan hits the road with Hannah – a victim from her past – who has her own set of secrets. Meanwhile, the other four remaining members of the Chimera find themselves tired of hiding from the world and move to reignite their reign of terror and death.
BASILISK #2 features main cover art by series artist Jonas Scharf and variant covers by acclaimed illustrators Martin Simmonds (The Department of Truth) and Rafael Albuquerque (BRZRKR).”

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Review: Mamo #1

By Sas Milledge

Can Orla O’Reilly embrace her destiny in order to bridge the divide between humanity and the faerie world? Orla, the youngest in a long line of hedge witches, finds herself pulled back to her hometown after the death of her grandmother: Mamo. Without Mamo managing magical relationships between the townsfolk and the fae, the seas are impossible to fish, the crops have soured… and Jo Manalo’s attic has been taken over by a poltergeist! Now, Orla and Jo will both be pulled into worlds they never wanted to be part of. Can the two girls work together to save the town?
MAMO #1 features main cover art by series creator Sas Milledge and variant covers by acclaimed artists Trung Lê Nguyễn (The Magic Fish) and Veronica Fish (Sabrina).”

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Review: Good Luck #1

Written by Matthew  Erman
Art by Steffano Simeone
Letterered by Mike Fiorentino

What if Luck was quantifiable, and something everyone was born with? Everyone, except the Unfortunates – teenagers born with absolutely zero luck. Now with the world mysteriously plunged into chaos and reality itself threatened, they will be our only hope to save the world. Our last hope is those with no chance of success… the only thing anyone can wish them is Good Luck. A bold new original series for fans of Seven Secrets and Runaways from Matthew Erman (Long Lost, Power Rangers: Sins of the Future) and Stefano Simeone (Mega Man: Fully Charged) about defying fate against impossible odds.”

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