Uncanny Skullkickers And Five More Launches From Image In February 2013

Fed up of having Uncanny X-Men, Uncanny X-Force and Uncanny Avengers all on your comic shelf? Tell them to make room for Uncanny Skullkickers, the relaunch of Skullkickers in February by Jim Zubkavich and Edward Huang from Image Comics.

But we have the American publication of Andy Diggle and Jock‘s Snapshot, which previously appeared in Judge Dredd Megazine, here as a six issue mini-series about an comic store worker  who find’s an assassin’s mobile phone ful of photos of various deaths.

There’s Zed: A Cosmic Tale, an graphic novel collecting and remastering eleven years worth of story by Michael Gagné about an alien inventor trying to save his world from a fate he may have caused.

A five issue mini-series Five Weapons by Jimmie Robinson, at a school for the kids of assassins, and a 13 year old boy called Tyler who has decided the only weapon he needs is his mind.

Ravine by Stjepan Sejic is the first 128 page volume of a magical, fantastical epic in a world physically almost split in two by a deep ravine encircling the world and a man and his friends who are trying to reclaim the magic that caused it and bring his loved ones back, against an army who are trying to stop him.

And there’s the previously-featured Son Of Merlin by Rob Napton and Zid, the story of Camelot being told again in modern America, and a scientist who discovers his true parentage.

So.. which do you fancy for now?

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