-Mark Millar, creator of Kick-Ass, Wanted, Jupiter’s Legaacy, and Civil War, unleashes another Image Comics original!
-Think of Starlight as a post-modern Flash Gordon, dissecting the tropes of the character and genre.
-Duke McQueen is an old man. But in his younger years he saved the galaxy more times than you can count. Now, after retiring and losing his beloved wife, Duke is called back into action one more time.
-Goran Parlov, famous for his long run on Punisher MAX with Garth Ennis, joins Millar to lend a Joe Kubert-esque vibe to this space opera.
Avatar the Last Airbender “The Rift Part 1″
-The Avatar gang adventures continue after the Last Airbender cartoon series!
-Toph rejoins the group in this new three part epic!
-Evil forces interrupt a revived Airbender festival tradition, causing Aang and his friends to go on the offensive, eventually venturing into the spirit realm to defeat their foes.
-The third in a series of post-cartoon Avatar comics, The Rift bridges the time gap between Last Airbender and Legend of Korra.
-Magneto is a changed man, but maybe not for the better.
-How does Magneto, formerly the world’s most feared mutant, go about gaining some of that prestige back? Well, the simple answer is: by doing bad things.
-Cullen Bunn, local boy made good, has been delivering some wildly fun Marvel comics over the last couple years (Fearless Defenders, Deadpool Kills…, Night of the Living Deadpool) and now it’s time for him to blend that pure joy for the medium with the darkness of his creator-owned series, Sixth Gun.
-Bunn promises a blend of horror and noir in this solo revenge tale for the X-Men‘s most popular villain.
Moon Knight #1
-Basically Marvel‘s version of Batman, but three times the crazy because Moon Knight‘s sporting three separate personalities!
-One of Marvel‘s many unsung characters, any Moon Knight series promises to be a twisty, violent ride. . .
-. . .especially when it’s written by comic legend, Warren Ellis. Ellis has created some of the most ingenious characters and premises in comic history, including The Authority, Planetary, Transmetropolitan, as well as runs on Astonishing X-Men and Hellblazer!
-Little is known about the plot of this series, but, in my experience, that indicates a story so wild and unexpected that they don’t want to spoil it. Trust us, it’s the must buy Marvel book for the week!