Review: Vampire: The Masquerade #6

Writers: Tini Howard, Blake Howard, Tim Seeley
Artists: Dev Pramanik, Nathan Gooden
Colorist: Addison Duke
Letterer: Andworld
Designer: Tim Daniel 
On Sale: 3/10/2021

Lick the blood off your lips…the next arc of Vampire: The Masquerade is here! After learning a disturbing fact about her fake childe’s past, Cecily must keep her secrets close and Ali at arm’s length. As she searches the streets of the Twin Cities for answers, a terrifying possibility surfaces: perhaps Ali has learned the Masquerade better than Cecily herself.”

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Review: The Plot #8

Writers: Tim Daniel & Michael Moreci
Artist: Joshua Hixson
Colorist: Kurt Michael Russell
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Designer: Tim Daniel 

“In order to break the curse that has haunted the Blaines for generations, Chase must destroy his family legacy. But can you really heal an entire history of shared trauma? Blood, flame, and sacrifice ignite the saga’s incendiary final chapter!

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Review: Two Moons #1

Written by John Arcudi

Art by Valerio Giangiordano

Colors by Dave Stewart

Letters by Michael Heisler

RUMBLE and B.P.R.D. writer JOHN ARCUDI is back at Image with rising star VALERIO GIANGIORDANO for an all-new ONGOING HORROR SERIES! This issue starts the long journey of a young Pawnee man named Virgil Morris—aka Two Moons—fighting for the Union during the Civil War. When he is suddenly confronted with his shamanic roots, he discovers horrors far worse than combat as the ghosts of his past reveal the monstrous evil around him!”

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Review: Frank At Home on the Farm #2

Story by Jordan Thomas
Art by Clark Bint
Letters by LetterSquid
Graphics by Daniel Gruiit

Fear. Violence. Mystery. Paranoia. War. Animals. Frank’s deteriorating fast, both physically and mentally. His obsessions and post-traumatic stress are taking their toll as he continues to search for his missing family, whilst becoming more and more distrusting of the world outside the farm as he makes discoveries that raise terrible questions about the fate of his parents and brother.”

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Review: By the Horns #1

Written by Markisan Naso
Art, lettering, and design by Jason Muhr
Color art and effects by Andrei Tabacaru

“Elodie hates unicorns. For nearly a year, she’s dedicated her life to tracking down and killing them all for trampling her husband, Shintaro. Now exiled from her farming village of Wayfarer for selfishly neglecting her duties, Elodie and her half wolf/half deer companion, Sajen, search the continent of Solothus for clues to the whereabouts of unicorns. When they discover a lead in the port city of Lycus, their revenge mission suddenly takes a dangerous turn.”

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Review: The Recount #2

Written by Jonathan Hedrick
Art by Gabriel Ibarra Nunez
Colors by Sunil Ghagre
Letters by Cristian Docolomansky

Just after being sworn in as President of the United States, Meredith McDearmon discovers a plot to execute the Electoral College. Special Agent Barto and her race to save one of the members before The Masses get to him first. In the meantime, everyday American citizens are beginning to take matters into their own hands.”

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Review: The Picture of Everything Else #2

Writer: Dan Watters
Artist & Colorist: Kishore Mohan
Letterer: Aditya Bidikar
Designer: Tim Daniel
Cover A: Kishore Mohan
Cover B: Adam Gorham
On Sale: 2/17/2021

Marcel has abandoned painting for the glamorous world of criticism. But a monster has returned to Paris with a Faustian offer he cannot refuse. Old wounds will be opened. New wounds will be formed with paintbrush and gun smoke.

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Review: Black Friday #1

Written by Jon Clark
Art by Travis Williamson
Letters by April Brown

Black Caravan Imprint! Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year. Millions of Americans pack the aisles of retail outlets all over the country battling for the best bargains. While an unlucky clean-up crew deals with the aftermath of the latest Black Friday frenzy, they discover that years of pent-up negative energy has released something very evil and dark into their superstore, which is just the way corporate wanted it.”

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