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José Villarrubia. Archives
Jack is sent back into the body of the first Shadowman, Marius Boniface. He witnesses a conflict between Marius and cultist miners. Is it a good read?
This is good comics.
Britannia returns with Antonius Axia and Achillia put in charge of finding lost eagles in the German forest by Nero. Is it a good read?
Infidel concludes with the truth of the bombing revealed and Medina trying anything to save Aisha. Does it make for a good read?
Sword Daughter continues with Dags and Elsbeth taking a fishing boat to Ireland where they partake in a hunt for a murderer. Is it a good read?
The wedding day of Batman and Catwoman has arrived at last. All that remains to be done is to find a judge, two witnesses, and to walk down the aisle.
Shadowman falls back through time to relive the life of his great-grandfather and his fight against the Nazi during World War II. Is it a good read?
Infidel continues on with Medina and Ethan returning to the apartment to find something that may save Aisha. Is it a good read?
Sword Daughter tells of Elizabeth Dagsdotter and her father as they seek revenge against the Vikings that killed their village. Is it a good read?
Infidel finds its protagonist, Aisha, in a coma with Kris in the same state. Tom is shocked, and Medina goes after a woman spreading rumors of what happened with Aisha. Does it make for a good read?
Infidel rolls on as Aisha tries to recover from the horrors she witnessed last issue which led to her almost stabbing Leslie. Does it make for a good read?
Infidel tells the story of Aisha, her husband, her step-daughter, and her mother-in-law. They live in an apartment building that recently suffered from a mass murder. Aisha fears she's being visited in the night. Does it make a good read?
Hungry Ghosts brings the tale of a corrupt Russian businessman inviting a number of the world's greatest chefs to feed him and his associates followed by a game called Kaidan, where each chef will tell a horror tale to one another. Does it make for a good read?
It's Judgment Day for the Inhumans, as the Progenitors, creators of the Kree, set their sites on Earth after the Royals stole the Prima Materia from their World-Farm. Does this make for a good read?