Aug 042012

Anyone who grew up watching the nineties X-Men animated series probably found themselves dropping Creole phrases like “mon ami” and “hey, cherie” into daily conversation for one reason: Gambit is cool. Sadly, the Cajun conman has been forgotten about over the last few years, often being given the short shrift in X-Men books. Well, up-and-coming writer James Asmus is fixing that omission this Wednesday with the new Gambit ongoing series. After laxing on his no-thieving policy for one night, Gambit falls into an underworld of trouble in the first arc of Asmus’ story. After proving himself to be a legit talent on books like Captain America & Bucky, Generation Hope, and the Escape from the Negative Zone storyline from last year, Asmus is going to unload some slick, heist movie cool on this new series.

Two months ago, the store received an email from one Ian Ally-Seals asking us to consider a comic he had coming out soon called Doctor Atlantis. Ian even sent along a PDF of the graphic novel’s first two chapters so we could get an idea of what the book was about. Smart move on his part, because we loved it! A blend of Jules Verne, Edgar Rice Burrows, Mysterious the Unfathomable, and good ole fashion swash buckling action, Doctor Atlantis is carefully paced, smartly drawn, and filled with some interesting surprises. A buddy actioneer, Doctor Atlantis‘ characters reveal themselves over the course of the story through their actions, leading to some unexpected reveals. Also, Ian has told us that any person to pick up the book can take a picture with it at Pulp Fiction, then email it to for a sweet personalized art print. Support a young creative duo trying to break into the industry and pick up a copy!

Sticking with the small publisher theme, 12 Gauge Comics releases the first issue of Anti this Wednesday for only $1. Following in the footsteps of the Constantine film and other apocalyptic action books and movies, Anti contains ton’sa demon ‘sploding action thanks to an atheist and his gun totting, evangelical protector. But are the people they’re shooting demons in human disguishes or actual humans? Oh, and did I mention the first issue is only a dollar?!

Doing what ever a Spider-Man can, the first Scarlet Spider collection ships this Wednesday. Following one of Peter Parker’s numerous clones (these guys should form a band or something), Kaine, down to Houston, Texas, this series has an edge the main Spider-Man books do not. Kaine, unlike Peter, is willing to get violent with his enemies, but he’s working to be a better man, too. Also, given the book’s unique Southern setting and road tripping mentality, the scenery is different from the common New York environment seen in most Marvel books. As many know, it’s the C-list, rarely spotlighted characters who create the most interesting stories, which is certainly the case here.

Mar 312012

Grab your mittens, because tonight we’re going to be Russian it!

That pun would work so much better if this first item related to Russia in some way.

Hmm…the Doctor has traveled through all of time and space, so he must have visited Russia at some point. And when he did, without a doubt he arrived in his “sexy”, or TARDIS, for the uninformed. You, too, can get the warm fuzzies from this time and space traveling vehicle if you pick up the new TARDIS Plush coming out this Wednesday. Give the police box a hug and it will reciprocate with the standard VOOSH, VOOSH and light blinking associated with the time machine. Keep your plush Dalek company by picking this guy up.

The title pretty much says it all for this next one. That’s right, folks, Fanboys vs. Zombies drops this Wednesday with a gurgling, meaty thud. With Sam Humpries, writer of the brilliant Our Love is Real one-shot, penning the series, a setting rich with humour and heavy objects with which to bash the undead, and a cover price of $1, there is absolutely no reason to skip this book! Seriously, it’s costumed nerds and nerdettes smashing and slicing zombified geeks, how can you go wrong?

Arriving back on shelves after a long printing hiatus, Flex Mentallo, one of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely earliest creations. This deluxe edition reprints all of Flex’s psychedelic appearances in Doom Patrol as well as his own miniseries. Since the character as been under legal contention for a number of years, it’s a wonderful reward to see this cult classic series be reprinted in a hardcover, deluxe edition. Grab it before it disappears again.

The first rule of Danger Club is that we…DO talk about Danger Club. A lot, actually. Why? Because this book looks like a hell of a good time! Written by the team behind recent children’s comic successes like Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade and Batman Brave and the Bold, Danger Club rocks the epic! With the world’s greatest superheroes vanishing into space with the threat of an oncoming alien invasion on the horizon, the world’s sidekicks are left as the planet’s only defense. Violence, gore, and apocalyptic action spill out of the the beautifully vivid artwork and riveting narrative. Miss out on it and you miss out on the next Image Comics success story.

Nov 212011

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