Big Trouble in Little China #13 Writer: Fred Van Lente Artist: Joe Eisma In Shops: 7/15/2015 The new creative team of writer Fred Van Lente (Archer & Armstrong), artist Joe Eisma (Morning Glories), and Mondo cover artist Jay Shaw (Evil Empire) brings Jack Burton into 2015! Jack is a man out of time. His friends … Continue reading Comics: Big Trouble in Little China #13 Preview
It’s Morphin Time! Award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios and Saban Brands are excited to announce a partnership to produce new Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comics, starting with a set of six exclusive, one-page comics that will debut at San Diego Comic-Con in July. The comics will be based on Saban’s iconic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television … Continue reading SDCC 2015: BOOM! Studios Is Bringing ‘The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ Back To Comics
Big Trouble in Little China #12 Writer: Eric Powell Artist: Brian Churilla Lo Pan’s revenge against Jack Burton in the Hell of No Return is almost complete, but Egg and Wang are coming back to Chinatown, and they’re bringing Jack’s soul with them!
RoboCop #11 Authors: Joshua Williamson & Dennis Culver Artist: Alejandro Aragón The final battle for Detroit rages on the steps of OCP headquarters. Death on all sides grows in numbers every second. With Killian making his way to the Old Man, Lewis and RoboCop must come together one last time to see this war to … Continue reading Comics: RoboCop #11 Preview
Bill & Ted’s Most Triumphant Return #3 (of 6) Author: Brian Lynch Artist: Jerry Gaylord As Bill & Ted bring popularity and happiness to the childhood of their future oh-so-evil arch-nemesis, De Nomolos, they may have accidentally changed more than just his taste in music. With the looming threat of an altered timeline ahead of … Continue reading Comics: Bill & Ted’s Most Triumphant Return #3 Preview
Escape from New York #6 Publisher: BOOM! Studios Author: Christopher Sebela Artist: Diego Barreto Cover Artists: Mike Henderson, Robert Sammelin, and Darick Robertson Price: $3.99 As clashing forces fight for control over the Trans-Siberian railway, Snake learns things have not changed much since his first time as a soldier. With the ever-watching eye of a masked stranger upon … Continue reading Comics: Escape from New York #6 Preview