The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from BOOM! that will come out this week...
Writer: Justin Jordan
Artist: Raúl Treviño
FOC Variant: Chris Brunner
Spanish Edition: Raúl Treviño
Justin Jordan (John Flood, Spread) tackles a provocative topic—the violent drug cartels of Mexico—partnering with artist Raúl Treviño, who lives in Mexico and is drawing on his first-hand experiences to inform the story.
A DEA agent who disappeared in Mexico years ago has resurfaced and is now out-brutalizing some of the cartels he was sent to investigate. His daughter has been tasked with stopping him…by any means necessary.
Perfect for fans of Scalped, the novels Heart of Darkness andSavages, or the film Apocalypse Now. Also available in a Spanish-language edition.
Writer: K. I. Zachopoulos
Artist: Vincenzo Balzano
Cover Artist: Vincenzo Balzano
From Archaia, the publisher of fine fantasy stories like Mouse Guardand Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand, comes a grand adventure story filled with unexpected allies and enemies alike. The Cloud is an original graphic novel that beautifully examines themes of strength, bravery, love, and loss. Fans of Kazu Kibuishi’sAmulet or the beloved children’s fantasy The NeverEnding Story will delight in The Cloud.
"What is a wish?” That is the question the boy must answer for himself as he and his loyal wolf, Cloud, embark on a grand voyage to find the boy’s father and return the wish that was stolen from him.
The Cloud is a beautiful, and at times, heartbreaking journey of a reluctant hero forced to outwit a cast of colorful characters: a thieving girl, bizarre creatures from the Great Before, and the Mad King. It’s a quest of self-discovery where the boy will learn that not all wishes can or should come true.
Writer: R.J. Ryan
Artist: David Marquez
Cover Artist: David Marquez
Divorce is always a tricky subject, more-so when you’re one of the wealthiest geniuses in the modern world.
Writers: Jackson Lanzing & Collin Kelly
Artist: Marcus To
Cover Artist: Marcus To
Writer: Grant Morrison
Artist: Dan Mora
Cover Artist: Dan Mora
Calling all process junkies! If you’re as much a fan of the behind-the-scenes process of illustration as you are of the finished product, you will love this in-depth look at the making of the critically acclaimed Klaus.
This next installment of the Pen & Ink series collects Klaus issues #1-2 in an oversized, 11” x 17” format that features Dan Mora’s detailed inks alongside new commentary and creative insights from Mora and writer Grant Morrison.
Writers: Matthew Daley & Mairghread Scott
Artist: Carlos Magno
Cover Artist: Benjamin Carré
Sander Jorve thought that infiltrating the brutal Guard of Lantern City would help his family and his cause. He was wrong. After a chance run-in with the Emperor of the city, Killian Grey, Sander finds himself promoted to the Grey Guard, working directly under Killian in the heights of Grey Towers. The luxury is unparalleled, but can Killian be trusted? Can Sander trust himself? Nowhere in Lantern City is safe...and the imperial court may just be the most dangerous place of all. Collects issues #5-8 of the steampunk epic.
Writers: Kurt Sutter & Caitlin Kittredge
Artist: Jesús Hervás
Main Cover: Riley Rossmo
Incentive Cover: Vanesa R. Del Rey
Lucas is sent back to 1943 Occupied France to kill a demon, but must avoid altering history in the process.
Writers: Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh
Artist: Ayme Sotuyo
Main Cover: Kat Leyh
Incentive Cover: Jen Bartel
The Roanoke cabin have a heart-to-heart with the Zodiac cabin before going to save the High Council.
Writer: Kyle Higgins
Artist: Thony Silas
Main Cover: Jamal Campbell
Zord Incentive Cover 1: Goñi Montes
Incentive Cover 2: Riley Rossmo
Unlockable Action Figure Variant: David Ryan Robinson
Unlockable Villain Variant: Greg Smallwood