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: 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: HAHA #2

Written by W. Maxwell Prince
Art by Zoe Thorogood
Colors by Chris O’Halloran
Letters by Good Old Neon

“RUDOLPH ON THE ROAD TO FUNVILLE” Every boy and girl needs a momma, like a puppy needs a bowl.The funny-sad clown series for a funny-sad clown world continues with a mother-daughter road trip illustrated by ZOE THOROGOOD (The Impending Blindness of Billie Scott).”

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Review: Glarien

Writer: Charles Stickney
Letterer: Conor Hughes

Part One:
Artist: Romina Moranelli

Part Two:
Artist: Yishan Li

Part Three:
Artist: Conor Hughes
Colors: Fin Cramb

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, White Ash returns with three all-new tales exploring the romantic and bloody history of Glarien, the most dangerous elf to be found in the nine realms. This White Ash one shot is a perfect collection of stories for fans of Deja Thoris, Red Sonja, or people who like seeing an elf who knows how to handle a sword.”

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Review: Luna #1

By Maria Llovet

For fans of Faithless and Die comes a new dark thriller from acclaimed writer & artist Maria Llovet about a young woman named Teresa, who’s plagued by prophetic dreams that connect her to something powerful, something…divine.
When Teresa fatefully crosses paths with the Family of the Sun, she believes them to be exactly what anyone else in the late ’60s would expect – a hippie cult whose leader claims to have met the divine.
But secret blood rituals, powerful drugs and sex runneth amok will bring Teresa face-to-face with the truth about the Family, herself and the dark secret behind her dreams.
Immortality, magic and alchemy, and the true power of enduring love collide in this new series for Mature Readers.”

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Review: The Shepherd #1

Co-writers/co-creators — Andrea Lorenzo Molinari; Roberto Xavier Molinari
Artist — Ryan Showers, Luca Panciroli
Colorist — Heather Breckel, Pamela Poggiali
Letterer — Jacob Bascle, Joel Rodriguez
Project Manager — Jason Dube

Prof. Lawrence Miller falls into a dark vortex of guilt and anger after enduring the tragic death of his teenage son from a drug overdose. He cannot shake the sense that his son is now a lost soul, wandering between heaven and earth. Grieving and profoundly disturbed, he opts for suicide, pursuing his son into the afterlife. Once on the other side, he encounters his deceased father and is given a mystical pendant of great power. Unfortunately, in Lawrence’s hands it becomes a weapon that allows him to unleash his fury on those who brought the drugs to his son, leaving a trail of insanity and chaos in his wake. His existence becomes a terrifying conflict between his unchecked anger and his knowledge that he might have lost his way.”

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