The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks for comics from BOOM! that will come out this week...
Author: Yehudi Mercado
Primo Rocket used to be the fastest speeder-racer in the galaxy, but after a crash that sealed the fate of his space-station-city home, Rio Rojo, Primo has resigned himself to life as a lowly spaceship salvage yard owner. However, his two “kids”—harvest clone Beta, and Beta’s genius girl-clone Zeta—can’t seem to keep out of trouble. When the dysfunctional family suddenly becomes the target of an intergalactic manhunt, the family has to come together to save their home.
Authors: Kent Osbourne & Dylan Haggerty
Artist: Mad Rupert
In this sixth and final issue, the terrible evil threatening Candy Kingdom will finally be released into Ooo, knocking the Banana Guards out of commission! It’s up to our favorite group of rag-tag cadets to save the day…and hopefully get the opportunity to graduate.
Authors: Michael Moreci, Valerie D’Orazio, and Ben Meares & Mark Miller
Artists: Paolo Villanelli, Vincent Nappi, and Carlos Magno
As we venture deeper into the Bestiary, Michael Moreci (Curse) and Paolo Villanelli take the puzzle box through a hospital in “Don’t Look,” while in the penultimate chapter of “The Hunted,” Pinhead finds some unexpected help in his fight against the poachers.
Authors: Mark Evanier and Scott Nickel
Artists: Andy Hirsch, David DeGrand, Genevieve FT, and Gary Barker
Because you can never have too much of a good thing, here’s the next collection of Garfield’s comic book adventures. This volume follows the Fat Cat as he gets caught in a time warp, battles monsters both in the forest and under the bed, and faces two of his greatest foes: the Calzone Creature and Zombie Meatballs! Collects issues #17-20.
Author: Brian Joines
Ever try to wrangle an illiterate, 30-foot tall rock monster away from his five-year-old best friend? Or calm down a 400-pound, muscle-man rag-doll during her daily temper tantrum? For Dave and Terry, it’s all in a day’s work. As agents for I.M.A.G.I.N.E., they are responsible for keeping your imaginary friends in line. Little do they know that an abandoned figment from days past has a plan to change the status quo. What happens when the imaginary friends become the ones who are seen? Collects the complete miniseries.
Author: Anthony Mighella
Adapted by: Jeff Stokely
Artist: Jeff Stokely
In this final stand-alone issue, Harvey Award-nominated artist Jeff Stokely (Six-Gun Gorilla) adapts an unproduced teleplay by writers of the The Storyteller television show Susan Kodicek, Anne Mountfield, and Academy Award winner Anthony Minghella that weaves together the legend of the Russian witch, Baba Yaga.
Authors: Shannon Waters & Noelle Stevenson, Faith Erin Hicks
Artists: Brittney Williams, Aimee Fleck, Faith Erin Hicks, Becca Tobin, Carolyn Nowak, Felicia Choo, and T. Zysk
In order to earn the coveted Gimme S’more badge, the Lumberjanes set out on a backpacking trip in the deep, dark woods. But the woods aren’t so scary anymore, now that the Lumberjanes have kicked, punched, and befriended all the fearsome magical monsters out there, so they set out to find the one thing that can still scare them all: campfire stories!
Authors: Charles M. Schulz, Jeff Dyer, Jason Cooper, and Vicki Scott
Artists: Charles M. Schulz, Robert Pope, and Vicki Scott
With the science fair in full swing, Lucy knows exactly how to win that First Place ribbon. While all the other kids will have rocks, bugs, and batteries, Lucy will be find a way to scientifically prove whether Linus’s blanket can truly bring him security.
Author: Ed Brisson
Artist: Matías Bergara
The Sons of Anarchy have been the only family Juice Ortiz has known for as long as he cares to remember, but when someone from his past comes back into Charming, Juice must find a way to protect the life he built so hard for himself, at all costs.
Authors: Jeremy Sorese, Grace Kraft, Megan Brennan, and Evan Palmer
Artists: Coleman Engle, Grace Kraft, Kris Mukai, Megan Brennan, and Evan Palmer