The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks for comics from BOOM! that will come out this week...
Author: Michael Moreci
Artist: Dan McDaid
Final issue! Koba and Pope come face-to-face. In this ultimate fight for dominance, Koba will learn that sometimes Caesar doesn’t know what is best for all apes. Malcolm, in a race against time, must find a way to reunite mother and son before it’s too late. Nothing could have prepared him for the horrors he has faced, but the little fight left in him will make sure the time he has left counts.
Author: Chris Hastings
Artist: Zachary Sterling
The entire world of Ooo is not able to cook but Jake comes through and saves the day with his sandwiches. It’s not over yet, though, as the witch is gonna summon her ultimate monster baddie.
Author: Marc Andreyko
Artists: Emmanuel Xerx Javier
Final issue! Boone and Ashberry fight for the future of Midian. In this last moment, with the Nightbreed coming together, will Baphomet rise?
Author: Ryan Ferrier
Artist: Devaki Neogi
The people of Old Beach have turned on the Fever, and old alliances have crumbled in the wake of the gang war. Beaten and bruised, Betty and the Fever will have to band together to face the Wrath and deal with an unexpected tragedy.
Author: Max Bemis
Artists: Ransom Getty, Andrea Mutti
The sands are shifting in America’s public consciousness. One action has torn the country apart in a debate over the meaning of right and wrong, and Reese Greenwood is not about to stand by as the American people support the rantings of a mad man. Told through the perspective of an underground rapper with a political bone to pick, Max Bemis’ gripping story explores a scenario in which we watch modern society gradually evolve into an evil empire. Collects issues #1-4.
Author: Asaf Hanuka
Artist: Asaf Hanuka
Acclaimed Israeli cartoonist Asaf Hanuka’s weekly strips unfold an emotional autobiography full of humor and melancholy, wild imagination, and quiet desperation. Collected for the first time in English and including never-before-collected strips, The Realist delivers both honesty and whimsy from a master of his craft. With echoes of R. Crumb and Daniel Clowes, Hanuka moves readers with his depictions of everyday life, commenting on everything from marriage to technology to social activism through intimate moments of triumph and failure.
Author: Mike Carey
Artist: Elena Casagrande