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Seven Secrets #4 Review: A Thriller With High Potential

Seven Secrets #4 Review: A Thriller With High Potential

Seven Secrets is writer Tom Taylor's first creator-owned comic He and artist Daniele Di Nicuollo, colorists Walter Baiamonte and Joan Moldez Oday, and letterer Ed Dukeshire are back with the fourth issue of this action-packed thriller Let's check it out.[caption id="attachment_1294823" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Seven Secrets #4 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios[/caption]In its first issues, Seven Secrets felt like perhaps the[...]

The Seven Secrets #3 Secret Variant So Secret Almost No One Saw It

The Seven Secrets #3 Secret Variant So Secret Almost No One Saw It

As we informed you last month, Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicoulo’s Seven Secrets #3 went to a second printing after selling out immediately as it went on-sale That second printing released last week, and much like Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw’s Crossover, Boom Studios snuck a secret (how clever) variant into the second printing.[caption[...]

Seven Secrets #4 Review: Relentless Application of Craft

Seven Secrets #4 Review: Relentless Application of Craft

In true Stan Lee fashion, you should get caught up on the deal: an ancient organization fields some of the best trained, most skilled clandestine operatives in the world called Holders and Keepers to protect seven suitcases, each holding a secret that cannot be revealed to the world.[caption id="attachment_1293353" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Seven Secrets #4[...]

Seven Secrets #3 Review: Finally Coming Into Its Own

Seven Secrets #3 Review: Finally Coming Into Its Own

Seven Secrets #1 and #2 felt less like the first two issues of a series and more like an illustrated guide to how much Tom Taylor loves Saga Does the series improve at all in the third issue?[caption id="attachment_1288171" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Seven Secrets #3 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios[/caption]Seven Secrets #3 is the first of the whole series that[...]

Seven Secrets #3 Review: Your New Favorite Comic Book

Seven Secrets #3 Review: Your New Favorite Comic Book

With cinematic camera angles, effective characterization, and lore that gets more effective with every issue, Seven Secrets #3 is your new favorite comic book.A teenager named Caspar has a chance to step into a role of importance with a secret order charged with guarding seven briefcases holding secrets that cannot come to light This organization[...]

Seven Secrets Sells Out Twice In One Week Goes To Fourth Printing

Seven Secrets Sells Out Twice In One Week, Goes To Fourth Printing

 As we predicted Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicoulo’s Seven Secrets #1 third printing has sold out and Boom Studios is going back to press for a fourth time This marks only the third time this year Boom has gone to a fourth print, the first being James Tynion IV and Michael Dialynas’ Wynd which[...]

Seven Secrets #2 Review: Both Unique and Oddly Familiar

Seven Secrets #2 Review: Both Unique and Oddly Familiar

Seven Secrets #1 introduced a world of warriors and the secrets that they protect with their lives Writer Tom Taylor kicked off the first issue with a script that over-explained its concept while delivering the story through narration that felt oddly familiar Does the second issue pick up steam?[caption id="attachment_1273034" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tom Taylor and Daniele[...]

Seven Secrets #2 Review: Very Very Engaging

Seven Secrets #2 Review: Very, Very Engaging

Like building a myth, page by page, Seven Secrets #2 is an amazing sophomore issue that manages to improve upon the sterling work done by its predecessor.A young child named Caspar is the child of a forbidden love, the direct scion of a secret order dedicated to keeping seven things safe and sequestered from the[...]

Seven Secrets Thank FOC Its Sunday 23rd August

Seven Secrets Thank FOC It's Sunday, 23rd August

Just up your numbers now. Snapshots is ramping up with X-Men. How did Seven Secrets #1 do? #2 is up with a:10 and 1:25 covers (below) Heavy #1 finally launches from Vault with Max Bemis and Eryk Donovan.While DC Comics through UCS, Lunar and Diamond UK has Catwoman #25, the Justice League Death Metal #53[...]

Seven Secrets #1 Review: Is Tom Taylors Series Another Hit for Boom

Seven Secrets #1 Review: Is Tom Taylor's Series Another Hit for Boom?

BOOM! Studios has just debuted Seven Secrets, a creator-owned series by DC's Injustice architect Tom Taylor and artist Daniele Di Nucuolo, who drew some of the best looking issues of Kelly Thompson's underrated West Coast Avengers. Seven Secrets #1 is about an Order dedicated to keeping.. well, Seven Secrets secret It's a comic like no other with the action you'd expect[...]

Seven Secrets #1 Sells Out Again But Is The 3rd Printing Gone Too

Seven Secrets #1 Sells Out Again, But Is The 3rd Printing Gone Too?

After Seven Secrets #1 sold out a week before the first issue went on-sale, we warned you that Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo’s new hit series from Boom Studios was likely to sell out again quite quickly, much like Once & Future and Something is Killing The Children before it, despite a healthy overprint[...]

Seven Secrets #1 Sells Out A Week Before Going On-Sale

Seven Secrets #1 Sells Out A Week Before Going On-Sale

It was only a few weeks ago that Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo’s Seven Secrets #1 had become the best-selling creator-owned launch in the company’s history (well, perhaps until Al Ewing and Simone Di Meo’s We Only Find Them When They’re Dead #1 FOCs on Monday).[caption id="attachment_1208242" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art from Seven Secrets by[...]

Tom Taylor Daniele Di Nicuolos Seven Secrets #1 Sells 41000 So Far

Tom Taylor, Daniele Di Nicuolo's Seven Secrets #1 Sells 41,000 So Far

We told you a few days ago that there was chatter that Tom Taylor & Daniele Di Nicuolo’s Seven Secrets #1 was on track to be the biggest creator-owned series launch from Boom Studios.[caption id="attachment_1235763" align="aligncenter" width="350"] Seven Secrets #1 Sells 41,000 So Far.[/caption]Today we’re hearing the series sold over 41,400 copies at yesterday's final-order[...]

Seven Secrets #1 The Biggest Creator-Owned Launch Ever From Boom

Seven Secrets #1, The Biggest Creator-Owned Launch Ever From Boom

Then we saw two of the biggest names in comics – Scott Snyder and Donny Cates – on the cover of Diamond Previews to talk up Seven Secrets #1, which is a big coup for any publisher.Now I’m hearing that the initial orders for Seven Secrets #1 put it on track to become the biggest[...]

BOOM Studios Reveals Trailer for Tom Taylors Seven Secrets

BOOM! Studios Reveals Trailer for Tom Taylor's Seven Secrets

In their continued plan to become indie comic creator's go-to mainstream corporation, BOOM! Studios have announced a new, as they put it, "original comic series" from DCeased writer Tom Taylor and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers artist Daniele Di Nicuolo. Seven Secrets #1 will debut from BOOM! this August and it appears the publisher is pulling out all the[...]

X Of Swords and Seven Secrets on Next Weeks Diamond Previews Cover

X Of Swords and Seven Secrets on Next Week's Diamond Previews Cover

It begins, oddly, with X Of Swords.[caption id="attachment_1210249" align="aligncenter" width="350"] X Of Swords and Seven Secrets on Next Week's Diamond Previews Covers Image from Diamond.[/caption]The front cover is for an event that won't even be happening in August though, or rather not any more But it looks like Marvel Comics already had the cover arranged[...]

Tom Taylor Asks What Are The #SevenSecrets With Daniele Di Nicuolo

Tom Taylor Asks, What Are The #SevenSecrets With Daniele Di Nicuolo?

As we told you last week, the same debut issue is now selling upwards of $199.99 if you have the right cover.Well, it looks like Tom Taylor is already teasing the release of Seven Secrets, which looks to be in stores this August, with a series of daily character reveals featuring art by Di Nicuolo[...]