Eric Trueheart, Jhonen Vasquez and Warren Wucinich take Invader Zim to its fiftieth issue for a double-sized seven dollar anniversary issue, while Rick & Morty continues its final comic book arc, The Rickoning, with Rick & Morty going to their own Rick & Morty convention SchwiftyCon … I know the feeling.
Here are Oni Press; full December 2019 solicitations.
ZIM and Dib have been in conflict for an eternity, but now a force arises that could consume them both: a kid who wants them to be nice to each other! This can only end in screaming, howling tragedy
On trial for his life, the vile gangster Pikadon takes on the astral court system with his amoral, flamboyant Team Legal and their creepy animal sidekick. Back at Kaijumax, Sprinkles and the Sharkmon work on expanding their side-hustles of giving makeovers and glowing tattoos, and they begin to form a deeper bond. The alien Enigmirians strengthen their case to release the falsely accused “Hermie,” but still haven’t realized they’re working with the cop who put him away. Also: Prison engineering! Crystalline judges! And… a Kaiju/City Reconciliation Program?
The first waster has died and in order to save the rest from the same fate, Emie and Bixel must take a nosedive into New Delith to follow the only lead they have — a mysterious note found on a new coma patient.
The final battle between demons, gods, and the most min-maxed Rick imaginable.
It all ends here, people. Roll for initiative and kiss your ass good-bye!
Morty’s been kidnapped, and Rick’s on a rescue mission…with Jerry in tow. The trail leads them to an Earth much like ours, and a convention dedicated entirely to the Rick and Morty universe. Part Two of the Five Part story: THE RICKONING.
ValÃ©rie Minelli’s tremendously popular Mrs. Frollein comics have been stirring emotion in people all over the world with heartfelt and earnest strips making fun of the mundane. These perfectly poignant webcomics find inspiration in the everyday, encompassing rainy coffee mornings, playful relationship adventures, and quiet introspective moments. The small, unexpected minutes that quilt life together. In addition to many of the most recent fan-favorite Mrs. Frollein strips, Small Hours also includes twenty-five all-new, never before released comics as well as a foreword from fellow web-comic luminaries, Jonathan Kunz and Elizabeth Pich of War and Peas.
It’s a humid summer night in August 1997 and Ludo Carre is nervous. He hasn’t seen or spoken to his ex, Arlo Quinonez since he was fifteen. Now, he’s returning home to be reunited with the one person he made a connection with in his youth. The night before he arrives, Ludo gives her a phone call. Big laughs and a familiar cadence in Arlo’s voice don’t just instantly calm him down — they make him excited to see her. That excitement only hurts him more when they show up the next day and find out Arlo has been missing…for the last week. Determined to find her, Ludo takes things into his own hands, but the further he gets into his investigation, the more he questions how well everyone on base, in town, and even he himself really knew her. Gone without a trace, the girl he once knew everything about has now become a mystery. Where is his best friend – and who is she, as well?
If you want to take your culinary skills from cook to master chef, you’ll need to know a few things. Where can you get not just good, but the best wild garlic? What are the tried-and-true utensils every master chef’s kitchen should have? Which recipe should you have in your back pocket for preparing to perfection at a moment’s notice? What are the best wine pairings for your next dinner party? Aspiring chefs who need new tricks in the kitchen: You’re not alone. Guillaume Long has asked and answered all your culinary questions. Cooking blogs and comics come together in To Drink and To Eat, the newest and most unique cookbook to add to your kitchen shelf.