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A Fascinating Place: Three Reasons Why You Should Read Lantern City Vol. 1 HC

This week brings the release of a wonderful story collected in a stunning hardcover edition. I'm talking about Lantern City Vol. 1 HC from Archaia. It collects the first four issues of the series, and if you're looking for some reasons to pick up a copy, here's three… One: This book is written by some incredibly talented writers. […]

A New Story Arc Begins: Preview Lantern City #5, Out Today

Up until now we've experienced quite an intense ride with Archaia's Lantern City series. Written by, Matthew Daley and Mairghread Scott, with art by Carlos Magno, it's time for a new story arc to begin with Lantern City #5. After unwittingly saving Emperor Killian Grey's life, Sander is pulled deeper into the Guard and struggles with Kendal's mission to […]

Advance Review: Lantern City #1 Well Exceeds The Hype

I went into reading the first issue of Lantern City with high expectations. Having the knowledge that there was already a reputation for the comic made me curious as to what all of the hype was about. Beyond that, the fact that it was Archaia's first ongoing series since 2007, gave me even more incentive […]

Prepare for Archaia's New Steampunk Comic Series: Lantern City

How far will a person go to protect the ones they love? Discover the answer in Archaia's new ongoing steam punk comic series entitled, Lantern City. Created by Trevor Crafts, Bruce Boxleitner, and Matthew Daley, written by Daley and Paul Jenkins (Fairy Quest), and illustrated by Carlos Magno (RoboCop), Lantern City marks Archaia's first ongoing […]

Boom!'s Deathmatch To Pit Fan Against Fan

From Boom in December, CBR reports a new comic by Paul Jenkins and Magno. They report; DEATHMATCH #1 Writer Paul Jenkins Artist Carlos Magno Cover Whilce Portacio THE SUPERHERO BATTLE ROYALE YOU CAN'T GET FROM MARVEL OR DC! A powerful and mysterious supervillain has imprisoned the world's greatest superheroes, forcing them to fight to the […]

Death From Paul Jenkins And Carlos Magno

From the BOOM! panel on Saturday at the Baltimore Comic Con… Filip Sablik ended the panel with these two screens, then wouldn't comment further. Paul Jenkins. Carlos Magno. Death…