1. The Victorian Undead.
2. The Legendary Tale Spinners
By James Kuhoricm, illustrated by Grant Bond and art directed by Nick Bradshaw for Dynamite. These are stories about stories about storytellers, with Baron Munchhausen dragging the young Abby into a very mysterious world indeed…. and doesn’t it look gorgeous?
First seen pages from the sequel to the Weird Fishes graphic novel by Jamaica and a painting from one of his recent gallery exhibitions…
4. Broken Trinity: Pandora’s Box #2
From Top Cow in March – here’s Tommy Lee Edwards’ cover…
5. X The Unknown
By id.ego and TS3 for Comixology, here’s a sneak peek from the second chapter of the story of how a young man’s quest for revenge lands him in the midst of a clandestine struggle to protect a secret that could destroy the world.
Oh and I’m asked to mention that Comixology will be selling all of Kirkman’s exclusive Comixology digital comics, Walking Dead, Invincible, Astounding Wolf-Man, for half price from today.
6. The Return of the Dapper Men
An original graphic novel written by Marvel’s Jim McCann and drawn by Janet Lee for October 2010 from Archaia.
Long from now in a land called Anorev, there lived, well, to be honest, not many people. There were no adults, only children. Why? That’s coming. Patience is something that always needs learning. But it hadn’t always been that way. Nor had this always been the name of this place. Some thought the land was named after a book, but there was no way to tell. There were very few books left and those that remained were not used for reading at all but for standing upon, for there was much that was out of reach.
And so begins THE RETURN OF THE DAPPER MEN, a tale of a world in between time, where children have played so long it’s almost become work, machines have worked so long they have begun to play, and all the clocks have stopped at the same time. This is how this land has remained, until 314 dapper-looking gentlemen rain down from the sky and set off in different directions to start the world again. Now Ayden, the only boy to still ask questions; Zoe, the robot girl all other machines hold dear; and the Dapper Man known only as “41” must discover what happened that made time stop, understand what their true places are in this world, and learn what “tomorrow” really means. The sun is setting for the first time in memory, and once that happens, everything changes.
7. Fractured Fables
The new upcoming anthology comic for kids from Image Comics. Featuring such talent in the Free Comic Book Day edition as
Cover by Michael and Laura Allred
Little Red Riding Hood by Bryan Talbot and Camilla d’Errico
Rumplestiltskin by Doug TenNaple
The Real Princess (Princess and the Pea) by Alexander Grecian and Christian Ward
Raponsel by Derek McCulloch and Anthony Peruzzo
Hey Diddle, Diddle by Ted McKeever
Others that will be appearing in the full hardcover book (due later in 2010) include Jill Thompson, Darwyn Cooke, Larry Marder, Terry Moore, Bill Willingham, Phil Hester, Peter Davis, Colleen Doran, Scott Shaw!, Jonathan Hickman and more.
8. Wormwood Deviant Edition Hardcover: Volume 2
Here’s an exclusive first look at the cover to the next volume, It Only Hurts When I Pee that also collects Segue to Destruction plus a lot more bits and pieces…
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