comixology:

Get ready for Halloween with our imagecomics Horror Sale!

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Try Ten Grand by J. Michael Straczynski & Ben Templesmith

Joe Fitzgerald was a mob enforcer until the day he met Laura, who convinced him to leave that world behind. Before quitting, Joe agreed to one last job, little realizing that the man he’d been sent to kill was deeply involved in demonlogy. He survived Joe’s attempt and came after him, fatally wounding Joe and killing Laura. As he lay dying, an angelic force (who may or may not be what she appears) pointed out that where she is going, he can’t follow, and where he is going, he wouldn’t want her to follow.

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francavillarts:

AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE #6 PREVIEW
by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla
Lettering by Jack Morelli - Coming from Archie Comics on July 23rd.

Here’s finally a full preview at our AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE #6, the issue that will make everyone aware that this is not simply a “zombie” book :)
This was easily one of the most FUN book I’ve drawn, and one I am the most proud of - can’t wait for you guys to dig in. It’s RObert and mine love letter to all things LOVECRAFT : you’ll see :)

Head over to CBR where this preview debuted for more preview pages from the creepy new series SABRINA (out in October, by Roberto and Robert Hack) and some commentary from Roberto himself about what’s coming next.

Cheers,
FF

Right now you can get the first six issues of Afterlife With Archie for just 99¢!

fionastaples:

Some fanart of the new Batgirl!

this is everything to me.

inthecomix:

IN THE COMIX PREVIEW: MARVEL PROUDLY ANNOUNCES SPIDER-GWEN!

New Series Focuses on Gwen Stacy who was Bitten by the Radioactive Spider Instead of Peter Parker

Revealed at Marvel’s New York Comic Con “Spider-Man” Panel, Marvel Comics is excited to announce the latest addition to the Spider-Man mythos – Spider-Gwen! The new on-going series will focus on Gwen Stacy, who, in an alternate universe, was the one bitten by the radioactive spider giving her spider-powers!

After a sell-out introductory issue that’s part of the events of the current Spider-Man storyline, “Spider-Verse”, the new series, written by Jason Latour (Edge of Spider-Verse, Wolverine and the X-Men), artist Robbi Rodriguez (Edge of Spider-Verse, All-New X-Men), and colorist Rico Renzi spotlights Marvel’s latest cult-favorite hero as she introduces readers to a whole new world where she is the one true spider-hero!

Speaking with Marvel.com, Latour confesses that the drum-playing, rebellious Gwen Stacy, aka Spider-Gwen, has a long road ahead of her to prove she’s not the costumed menace the NYPD has painted her as– especially since her father is the NYPD Captain tasked with bringing her down. “[Spider-Gwen’s] journey is going to pull her father along into its wake. He knows her secret, and it’s a truth that threatens to make his world into a very dangerous lie.”

Latour also teased villains for Spider-Gwen and her father through the series, “We’ll absolutely see an ‘evil’ Matt Murdock (a.k.a. Daredevil), and the Kingpin. I’m a huge old school Daredevil fan, so I get this real sick thrill out of twisting him around and making him the villain. There’s also a new twist a character you’d immediately identify as a villain, who we’re re-casting as a more complex threat to Gwen and Captain Stacy—a character coming at her from within the system…”

“It’s a rare character that gets the public outcry that Spider-Gwen got,” says Senior Editor Nick Lowe. “From the sell-out of Gwen’s first appearance to the groundswell on Twitter we’re excited to bring more Spider-Gwen into the world with the creators who started it all!”

Marvel Comics’ Spider-Gwen swings into comic book retailers in February 2015.

(via spidergwensday)

They say every atom in our bodies was once a part of a star. Maybe I’m not leaving, maybe I’m going home.

- Vincent Freeman, “Gattaca”

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warrenellis drops some serious knowledge in Trees #6 all the while continuing to slowly build one of the most intriguing sci-fi worlds in recent memory. 

ryanorville:

Wonder Woman [http://bit.ly/1xCLhNS]

ryanorville:

Wonder Woman [http://bit.ly/1xCLhNS]

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snibbits:

Pretty Deadly Fan art. Digital Watercolour.

Between Firefly and this amazing book, I may have to reconsider my everlasting hatred for the western genre…

Whatever Emma Ríos draws, whatever Kelly Sue DeConnick writes, get it. NOW.

(BTW Kelly Sue DeConninck is amazing, in case you haven´t noticed already)

PS: As some people have asked, I will make it clear, NO, this image WILL NOT be available on my print store, as it is a creator owned series.

(via prettydeadlycomic)