Slow Burn #1 by Ollie Masters and Pierluigi Minotti, Ranger Academy #1 by Maria Ingrande Mora and Jo Mi-Gyeong, and Abbott 1979 #1 by Saladin Ahmed and Sami Kivelä launch from Boom Studios in their October 2023 solicits and solicitations.
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Abbott is at the mercy of Bellcamp and his dark powers. Her friends are looking for her, but they may not make it in time. Will Abbott survive? Is it a good read?
Elena Abbott has been fired from her reporter job, but she is still digging into the rash of missing young black men in Detroit. Will she be able to get to the bottom of it? Is it a good read?
Abbott narrowly escapes another bizarre attack and is put on a fluff piece from her worried editor. She's also contacted by her mystic friend once again. Is it a good read?
Welcome to the first official episode of Bleeding Cool’s Comics Chatter! We wrap up our chat this week with Abbott #2 from Boom! Studios.
Abbott #2 Review: A Potentially Beautiful Noir Story Held Back by Supernatural Themes and Text Walls
Abbott barely escapes the shadowy masked man, and she begins to chase down new leads that may be able to explain this. Is it a good read?
Saladin Ahmed, well-known for his acclaimed Black Bolt series by Marvel Comics and his book Throne of the Crescent Moon is receiving his first
Beautiful Canvas #1 says a lot without signifying much beyond a propensity for violent sexual language, crime, and a feeling like you miss David Lapham.
Preview Black Mask's Next Hit Comic, Beautiful Canvas, From Sami Kivela & Ryan K Lindsay, In Stores June 28th
Yesterday, the comic book industry changed and will never be the same again, but some publishers haven't gotten the memo. Black Mask has released a
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