The book opens and pulls absolutely no punches: we immediately meet the Green Goblin, who clearly has some heinous ideas tucked up his sleeve. But first, he’ll need to lure Spidey out into the open. It isn’t a tough feat.
What sounds cooler than free comics? Nothing. Nothing at all. That’s why we’re happy to be celebrating DC Comics’ Free Comic Book Day! It all kicks off in the morning, and it’s a killer digital event for those still hooked (I’m in!) on DC comic books!
Missing Ash vs Evil Dead? Wishing we’d seen a follow-up to Fede Alvarez’s epic remake? Or perhaps even a straight- Evil Dead 3 (4) sequel? So are we, but the good folks at Space Goat are giving us just the stuff we need, like creative comic books, beautiful graphic novels and… Evil Dead 2 coloring books!
Comixology is having a deal right now that should have comic fanatics up in arms and extremely vocal: The Guardians of the Galaxy books are on sale, some up to 50% off. That’s a steal, especially if you’re eyeing collections or just aiming to snatch up a random issue to complete your collection.
Wait… a comic based on The Howling? You bet we’re in!
Dark Horse Comics has managed to consistently hit homeruns with the Predator franchise, and we’re all lucky for that. These books are amazing, and another is now waiting for us to snatch it up. Predator: Hunters #1 looks absolutely awesome!
It’s hard to believe that Image Comics has been around kicking rear for 25 years, but it’s true. These guys built an amazing publisher from the ground up, and nowadays we get absolutely top notch work with that glorious Image logo affixed to the cover, every single week.
We’re jumping right back into another Dark Horse book, and it’s another homerun. This piece, unlike most murder mysteries, takes place across a lengthy stretch of time (from 1930 to 1940), which leaves the story’s protagonist left with countless holes and a wealth of time to be filled in before he can figure out precisely why he’s suddenly woken in 1940 after being trapped in a large vat of formaldehyde for a decade.
When it comes to the strange, dark world of fiction, Dark Horse Comics is one of the few publishers out there that constantly impress and constantly work at expanding and offering new refreshing titles. I missed the first initial run of Dark Horse’s mystery piece, Echoes, but I had the chance to catch up this morning, and I’ve got to say, I started my day on a high note.