Review: Maw #1

Written by: Jude Ellison S. Doyle
Art by: A.L. Kaplan 
Colors by: Fabiana Mascolo
Lettered by: Cardinal Rae

Dragged by her sister Wendy to a feminist retreat on the remote island of Angitia, Marion Angela Weber hopes to gain some perspective and empowerment . . . that isn’t at the bottom of a bottle. But everything is horribly derailed after an assault on their first night there.

The violent encounter awakens something in Marion she never imagined, triggering warped mutations in her body, and bringing forth a hunger she can’t bring herself to name. When the townsfolk react with suspicion and violence, what unforgivable act will transform Marion into the very monster they’ve made her out to be?”

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Review: Home Sick Pilots #9

Written by Dan Watters
Art by Caspar Wijngaard
Letters by Aditya Bidikar
Design by Tom Muller

A national trauma has been successfully weaponized—which is probably fine and very unlikely to end in tears or provoke an army of ghosts to flood from the earth to seek revenge.”

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Review: The Last Book You’ll Ever Read #2

Writer: Cullen Bunn 
Artist: Leila Leiz
Colorist: Giada Marchisio
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Designer: Tim Daniel
Cover A: Leila Leiz
Cover B: Jen Hickman
On Sale: 9/8/2021

Olivia Kade’s cross-country book tour kicks off and is immediately met with resistance. The public lashes out against her treatise on the collapse of society, and it is Connor Wilson’s job to keep her safe. As events surrounding the tour grow more violent, more surreal, and more horrific, Connor can’t help but wonder — is Olivia’s book bringing about strange changes in the world?

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Review: Basilisk #4

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

The showdown between the Chimera and their hunters begins HERE!

Hannah and Regan, former victim and former member of the Chimera, arrive at an abandoned resort town in the mountains.

Even as the two women uncover and struggle with their shared past, the Chimera and their Faithful descend on the area.

To their surprise, Hannah has been waiting for their arrival, and the ensuing battle will have deadly consequences for those unprepared.”

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Review: Broken Souls Ballad #2

Writer: Massimo Rosi
Artist: Ludovica Ceregatti

“Each step towards darkness causes young people with special gifts to reveal themselves-along with their sufferings and evil desires. Their powers manifest, sometimes violently, and with insane brutality. In each case, their powers are connected to their psychosomatic issues. But now, those who created them-and view them as little more than lab rats-want them back, and will do whatever it takes to bring them “home.””

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Review: Something is Killing the Children #19

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

“Erica must play the Game of Nowhere, a secretive binding ritual of the Order of St. George, but not everyone wants her to succeed. And it’s much more than a game; it is an important, yet dangerous part of a hunter’s initiation… and not all students survive the process. Will Erica pass? And if so, at what cost?
SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN #19 features main cover art by series artist Werther Dell’Edera and variant cover art by fan favorite artist Danny Luckert (The Red Mother).”

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Review: Vinyl #3

Written by Doug Wagner
Art by Daniel Hillyard
Colors by Dave Stewart
Letterered by Ed Dukeshire
Edited by Keven Gardner
Designs by Sasha E Head

“As Walter continues to go even deeper into the sunflower death cult’s underground gore bunker, his serial killer friends decide to split up to sew their unique brands of chaos. New wickedly disturbing monsters are revealed on both sides. Who wins when the criminally insane take on pure evil?”

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Review: The Department of Truth #12

Written by James Tynion IV
Art by Martin Simmonds
Letters by Aditya Bidikar
Designed by Dylan Todd
Edited by Steve Foxe

“America was built on a lie that’s never quite come true. The cracks in that idealistic vision have inspired dangerous people to do horrible things in the name of an America that’s never really existed. Hawk Harrison knows the genuine story of this country, and he’s ready to give Cole Turner a history lesson.”

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