Voltron Legendary Defender Vol. 3 begins, plus there is an offering of graphic novels and the Catalyst Prime line of comics. All of this comes courtesy of Lion Forge this July. Full details here.
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Dark Nights: Metal and Doomsday Clock in the same week? Still my beating heart. Plus, Daredevil reaches the #600 milestone. There is a lot to pack in your pull box this week.
Garfield makes a Homecoming return, jump ahead 25 years with the Regular Show, and explore By Night, all from Boom! Studios June 2018 solicits. Full details here.
The Avengers are still caught in the game between the Grandmaster and the Challenger, with Voyager's role in it all still a mystery. Plus, the Hulk is back and madder than ever. Is it a good read?
I swear, this will stop getting later and later. Solicits and other distractions late last week prevented me from getting to this sooner. Plus, I had to
Luke Cage's series comes to an ending with the Power Man comforting his daughter, Danielle, with a fairy tale of superheroes and goblins. Is it a good finale?
Catalyst Prime charges on, Enchanted Chest, Oothar the Blue, and Wormwood Saga get collection releases, all from Lion Forge's May 2018 solicits.
The Beginning of the End reaches Adventure Time. Lumberjanes reaches its 50th issue. Return to Fraggle Rock. This will all be provided by Boom! Studios this May. Details here.
With the May solicitations finally revealed, Marvel's Fresh Start, at least in the month of May, seems to taste a bit less fresh than it feels like
Luke Cage has his memories back, and that means it's payback time for the Ringmaster. Luke is getting out of this prison, and Ringmaster is going to throw every body possible to keep that from happening.
Lion Forge is bringing out two graphic novels this April: Algeria is Beautiful Like America as well as This is a Taco. Plus, their stock of Catalyst Prime titles are getting another issue. More details here.
BOOM! Studios wants you to color your own Planet of the Apes, plus Reptar gets a special, Wrestlemania gets a 2018 special, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers get an Annual, and Robocop makes a Citizens Arrest. All this coming out in April. Details here.
In Planet of the Apes: Ursus #1, the humans are destroying the crops of Ape City. The high council wants to put the ape soldiers to work in farming, but General Ursus wants his soldiers on guard against the human threat. Does this drama make for a good read?
New Year's resolutions are a funny thing. We all put a lot of hopes and dreams into what we want to accomplish and what we want to see in the new year,
We learn some of the mysteries around Ringmaster's prison, as Luke Cage and Acosta work the mines underneath. The prison is worse than either could have imagined. Can they survive? Is it a good read?