The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from the publisher that will come out this week...
Writer: David Avallone
Artist: Fran Strukan
Covers: Francesco Francavilla (A), J. Bone (B), Kyle Strahm (C), Dave Acosta (D), Photo Cover (E), Francesco Francavilla (RI-Virgin), Kyle Strahm (RI-B/W), J. Bone (RI-Virgin), Dave Acosta (RI-B/W), Photo Cover (RI-Virgin)
The Mistress of the Dark lands the leading role in a touching art film about human/gill monster romance, but there’s something decidedly fishy about her costar. Is there an Oscar™ in her future, or is director Billy Bullworth interesting in spawning something more than an Academy Award-winning movie? Dive into the first issue of this special four-part miniseries, by David Avallone (ELVIRA, BETTIE PAGE).
Writer: Greg Pak
Artist: Marc Laming
Covers: Dave Johnson (A), Philip Tan (B), Kris Anka (C), Marc Laming (D), Dave Johnson (RI-Virg), Marc Laming (RI-Virg) Kris Anka (RI-Virg), Philip Tan (RI-Virg)
ODD JOB continues, by superstars GREG PAK (Planet Hulk, Mech Cadet Yu) and MARC LAMING (Star Wars, Wonder Woman)!
Northern Australia: Agent 007 infiltrates an illegal outpost, to prevent a uranium dealer’s negotiations with terrorists. Or, that WOULD be his mission, if not for the interference of a (seemingly ever-present) Korean secret agent. Will James Bond stay on target, or will his fury towards John Lee overtake his priorities?
Writer: Mark Russell
Artist: Bob Q
Covers: John Cassaday (A), John Cassaday (RI-B/W), John Cassaday (RI-Virg)
The walls close in around Tonto and The Lone Ranger as the ranchers hire Connor, the deadliest man in the West, to kill the troublesome pair. From MARK RUSSELL (The Flintstones, Exit Stage Left: The SnagglepussChronicles) and BOB Q (James Bond Origin).
Writer: Kieron Gillen
Artist: Caspar Wijngaard
Covers: Sean Phillips (A), Dave McCaig (B), Butcher Billy (C), Paulina Ganucheau (D), Caspar Wijngaard (E), Caspar Wijngaard (RI-B/W), Sean Phillips (RI-Virgin), Dave McCaig (RI-Virgin), Dave McCaig(RI-B/W), Paulina Ganucheau (RI-Virg)
His level of genius is matched only by his heroics, and in humanity’s darkest hour, he’s the hero they need the most—alas, poor humanity. Peter Cannon—the man known as Thunderbolt—is only too happy to leave civilization to face its end. Kieron Gillen (The Wicked + the Divine) teams up with powerhouse artist Caspar Wijngaard (Doctor Aphra) as he returns to the superhero genre with a dark, humorous and relentless love song to the genre.
Well, “Love Song” in a Leonard Cohen Love Song kind of way. Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt: saving a world he hates.
Writer: Todd Matthy
Artist: Nicolas Chapuis
Covers: Nicolas Chapuis (A), Nicolas Chapuis (RI-Virg)
This is it. Can Zara and her friends rally to save the Harmonian Capitol or will Tyrannis burn it down? Zara vs. Tyrannis. One shall stand, one shall fall, and the worlds of Harmonia and Chromia will never be the same.
Writer: Kristina Deak-Linsner
Artist: Joseph Michael Linsner
Covers: Joseph Michael Linsner (A), Billy Tucci (B), Billy Tucci (RI-B/W), Joseph Michael Linsner (RI-B/W)
Vampirella and Evily are hot on the trail of their prey due to a hot tip from a Florist friend. Evily realizes she must have Klovus, her “Agathion” present to successfully perform the “Arrow Of Time” spell. Clare is sending them telepathic messages from her comatose state. Blake and Natalia are scheming to find their next victim.