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Sneak Peeks: IDW Publishing July 11, 2018

The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from the publisher that will come out this week...

Transformers: Unicron #1 (of 6)
John Barber (w)
Alex Milne (a & c)

The Darkest Hour has come. Optimus Prime stages a desperate gamble as the world-eater, Unicron, approaches Windblade’s homeworld—but that’s just the appetizer. The main course is Cybertron (with a side of Earth)... and it’s starting to look like no force in the galaxy can stop the end from coming.


The Crow: Memento Mori #4
Roberto Recchioni & Various (w)
Werther Dell’Edera & Various (a)
Werther Dell’Edera (c)

While Father Raphael appears visibly excited upon hearing of David’s crusade, the young Crow cannot seem to find his mission truly accomplished and questions whether Evil doesn’t truly hide within every man’s heart. But what is the truth that the Crow means to show him?  David’s holy quest for vengeance comes to an end, but will he truly find his peace?

DuckTales #10
Joe Caramagna and Steve Behling (w)
Ciro Cangialosi, Cristina Giorgilli, Dario Calabria, Emilio Urbano, Luca Usai and Lucio Degili (a)
Marco Ghiglione (c)

When Huey discovers Dewey has been sneaking out at night, he gets to the bottom of the mystery by grabbing a pair of hedge clippers! Then, when Donald, Scrooge, and the boys search for the treasure of the two-headed horse, they get a few more heads than they were bargaining for!


G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #253
Larry Hama (w)
Brian Shearer (a & c)

“Special Missions,” Part 3 (of 5). G.I. Joe. Cobra. Two opposing forces. Two powerful war machines, each made more lethal by the undeniable strength of their individual parts. But who and what are those parts? Living legend Larry Hama shares some of their amazing stories in “Special Missions”—one-shot stories featuring a variety of characters and different artists to draw them! This issue, longtime G.I. Joe alum Brian Shearer joins forces with Larry to present G.I. Joe’s intrepid first sergeant without equal: DUKE!


Haunted Horror #34
Various (w & a)
Al Avison (c)

You can't run! You can't hide! But you can scream for a quick death as the evil, demented geniuses behind Haunted Horror continue to slowly pry away the disgusting coffin lid of pre-code comics, revealing monstrosity upon atrocity—freaks upon creeps—morbidity upon (insert something spooky that rhymes with morbidity.) 48 putrid pages of frightful, fiendish fun—in fact, put on your best red dress, HH fans, because your FUNeral is about to begin!


Optimus Prime #20
John Barber (w)
Kei Zama (a & c)

“The Falling,” Part 5. Optimus Prime has faced defeat before and come back... but he's never seen anything like this. Beyond life, beyond death—only the wisdom of an old friend can save him. Meanwhile, Victorion battles Devastator... and only one will survive.




Transformers: Lost Light #20
James Roberts (w)
Casey W. Coller (a)
Jack Lawrence (c)

Rodimus vs. Getaway! Finally!


Uncle Scrooge #36
Carl Barks, Carl Fallberg, Thad Komorowski (w)
Marco Rota, Daan Jippes (a)
Jonathan H. Gray (c)

Is Scrooge McDuck always sharper than the sharpies? In “Treasure Above the Clouds,” he’s battling with playboy plutocrat John D. Rockerduck for ownership of an awesome Incan treasure—but in “Peril of the Black Forest,” Scrooge fights his own nephews for possession of Duckburg’s woodlands!


Walt Disney Showcase #3: The Beagle Boys
Stefano Ambrosio, Jonathan H. Gray, Joe Torcivia (w)
Enrico Faccini, Andrea Freccero (a)
Enrico Faccini (c)

When Ludwig Von Drake teams up with the Junior Woodchucks to design an interactive museum of valuable treasures, the terrible Beagle Boys decide to get a little “interactive” themselves! Then, in “Alarm Disarmers,” it’s the Beagles vs. Scrooge McDuck in a battle of hi-tech!