Marvel Legacy and Dark Nights: Metal take the front and back of next week’s Previews catalogue for comics shipping in September 2017.
The “Gems of the month” chosen by the Big Five publishers as their best foot forward are Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1955: Occult Intelligence #1 and Best Wishes HC from Dark Horse, Action Comics #987 and Dark Nights: Metal #3 from DC, Star Wars Adventures #1 and Wormwood Gentleman Corpse: Mr. Wormwood Goes to Washington from IDW, Angelic #1 and Kingsman: The Red Diamond #1 from Image and Runaways #1 from Marvel
Also of note, for Diamond Comic Distributors, IDW Publishing’s all-ages Star Wars title with a story from Cavan Scott and Derek Charm in Star Wars Adventures; a little girl discovers her next door neighbor is a kindly dinosaur in Sean Rubin’s original all-ages graphic novel Bolivar from Boom! Studios; Rob Williams and Simon Fraser continue Eggsy’s adventures in the Secret Service in Image Comics’ Kingsman: The Red Diamond, the sequel to Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons’ original The Secret Service from Marvel, Dynamite Entertainment brings John Wick, the film franchise starring Keanu Reeves, to comics in a brand-new series; and a vintage Bronze Age cover of Superman breaking his Kryptonite bonds is brought to life for DC Collectibles’ DC Designer Series: Superman by Neal Adams Statue.
Bolivar by Sean Rubin from Boom/Archaia is on the front of the Customer Order Form, and Venomverse is on the front of the Marvel separate Previews.
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