It’s not all about issue zeroes in September. Image issue ones are getting more and more attention, thanks to the power of eBay and the ability of certain retailers not to order quite as much as the market would like them to…
September only sees three. Ish. But possibly a couple of beauties. Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson‘s Happy, Guarding The Globe, c0-created by The Walking Dead‘s Robert Kirkman and Alex De Campi going digital-to-print with Valentine.
We get a first description of Happy, which also explains the four issue mini-series’ title.
Meet NICK SAX – a corrupt, intoxicated ex-cop turned hit-man, adrift in a stinking twilight world of casual murder, soulless sex, eczema and betrayal.
With a hit gone wrong, a bullet in his side, the cops and the mob on his tail, and a monstrous child killer in a Santa suit on the loose, Nick and his world will be changed forever this Christmas.
By a tiny blue horse called Happy…
Guarding The Globe, as seen in Free Comic Book Day, bring back their trademark-challenging title.
The Guardians of the Globe are BACK in an all-new, all-exciting ongoing series! Your favorite heroes – Brit, Outrun, Invincible, Robot, Yeti, Kaboomerang, and more –face new challenges of epic proportions in stories by the all-star team of PHIL HESTER & TODD NAUCK!
And Alex De Campi‘s Valentine finally comes to print with Volume 1: The Ice Death of the made-for-digital series that changed the way people saw digital comics.352 pages for $24.99 with a new 42 page story in the mix.
1812. As the mightiest army in the world is pitilessly ground into dust by the Russian winter, two soldiers, lost in a blizzard, are given a package by a dying general. Suddenly the young soldiers find themselves hunted by relentless, blood-eyed monsters out of their worst childhood nightmares. For those tales of terror and legend told across the Earth all have a kernel of truth: humans are not alone. And these monsters, now stuck in a world
Also Youngblood #75 does a Walking Dead #100 with covers from Todd McFarlane, Ryan Ottley, Rob Liefeld, Todd McFarlane and Marc Silvestri…
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