The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks for comics from IDW that will come out this week...
Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night #4 (of 4)
Anthony Del Col & Conor McCreery (w)
Andy Belanger (a & c)
If you wrong us, shall we not seek revenge? Betrayed by the vicious cannibal Captain Lucius, Viola and Hamlet must undertake an odds-defying mission to punish a murder most foul.
Paul Tobin (w)
Thomas Cabellic & Various (a)
Paco Rodriques (c)
Eisner-award winning writer, Paul Tobin, continues to fly high in this issue, featuring two brand-new stories sure to have you flocking to the comic shop for more!
Bud Sagendorf (w & a & c)
This issue contains the single most bizarre, funny, surreal and outright weird story of the entire run of Popeye comic books! Wait until you read, "Thimble Theatre Presents Popeye in a Dismal, Distressing and Doleful Story entitled 'The Happy Little Island!' " Cast of characters: Popeye, Olive Oyl, Swee' Pea, Wimpy, A happy island and ten thousand nasty little critters!
Michael Alexander Kahn, Richard Samuel West (w)
Joseph Keppler (c)
A lavish coffee table book devoted to the most important political satire and cartoon magazine in American history. Published from 1877 to 1918, Puck was regularly a major political battleground and is credited with single-handedly thwarting the third-term ambitions of Ulysses Grant in 1880 and electing Grover Cleveland to the presidency in 1884.
Puck did it with art–lavish, color, full-page and two-page center-spread cartoons. It was the first American magazine to publish color lithographs on a weekly basis and, for nearly forty years, was a training ground and showcase for some of the country’s most talented cartoonists, led by its co-founder, Joseph Keppler. This retrospective contains nearly 300 full-color plates.
Gerry Finley-Day (w)
Brett Ewins, Eric Bradbury, Cam Kennedy, Colin Wilson (a)
John McCrea (c)
The adventures of the only surviving Genetic Infantryman continue! In this issue, take in the finale of “Bagman Blues,” meet the oddball “Body Looters,” and begin the epic “All Hell on the Dix-I Front”!
Tom Waltz (w)
Tristan Jones (a & c)
IDW returns to Konami’s horror masterpiece! Vengeful prison guard Anne Marie Cunningham continues her terrifying trek through the cursed streets of Silent Hill… and through her own horrific memories! An all-new canonical tale spinning directly out of the hit 2012 video game Silent Hill Downpour and featuring fan-favorite characters from Silent Hill lore! Written by Tom Waltz (TMNT), with artwork by Tristan Jones (Ghostbusters).
Ben Templesmith (w & a & c)
The final chapter. You can't keep a good squid down. Well, maybe you can—it's one last shot for humanity and, as it turns out, possibly the entire universe. This is either the end or a new beginning, and only the Squidder himself can decide.
Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w)
Mateus Santolouco (a)
Santolouco, Eastman (c)
Old Hob has perfected the art of making mutants! With the ranks of his mutant gang swelling, the Turtles will have to determine if they can truly trust Hob against the Foot. Throw in Alopex’s return to New York and the mutant mayhem will only get crazier!
Karl Kesel (w)
Vic Malhotra, Greg Scott (a)
Carlos Valenzuela (c)
When a blue-collar worker from New Jersey passes prophetic messages to the FBI from a mysterious “Mr. Zero,” Mulder is convinced it is the same otherworldly entity that contacted the FBI through a suburban housewife in the 1940s. This similarly named “Mr. Xero” pointed the FBI toward many unusual cases, leading to the establishment of “the X-Files”!