Comic Previews

Love is in the air in ‘Joyride’ #5 [Preview]

Boom's space adventure is now monthly!

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The Pull List! – September 21, 2016

I haven’t done one of these in a long while, but I’m told it’s like riding a bike. Remember the only rule, just because it isn’t on the list doesn’t mean it isn’t worth reading.   Joyride #5 – Boom! Studios Writer: Jackson Lanzig, Collin Kelly Artist: Marcus To Solicit: “Now an ongoing series! After the chaotic series of events …

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Preview: “Adventure Time: The Four Castles”

A first look at the upcoming Adventure Time OGN from Kaboom!

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BOOM! Sends Bill & Ted to Hell

I somehow completely missed the limited series Bill & Ted’s Most Triumphant Return last year, but recently read it and was really pleasantly surprised (it’s now collected in a trade that ships today, so you can catch up too!). I must have seen Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure a handful of times, and missed Bogus Journey (I was young and the robots …

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‘Storyteller: Dragons’ #1 is a pleasing done-in-one

A done-in-one tale is increasingly rare. A good one? Even rarer.

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Last Sons of America #1 – A better life for your children

Boom seems to be the place to go for dark, gripping stories about having a displaced life. The latest one, Last Sons of America, has potential to be the darkest yet. Written by newcomer Phillip Kennedy Johnson and illustrated by Matthew Dow Smith (Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Witches, Doctor Who), Last Sons of America is an America which suffers from …

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Preview: Americatown #3

You probably haven’t been reading Americatown from Archaia, and that’s a shame. Penned by screenwriters Bradford Winters (Oz, The Americans) and Larry Cohen (Borgia) with art by newcomer Daniel Irizarri, the fantasy fueled, maybe alternate reality of Americans as illegal immigrants is as gripping as it is thought provoking. There’s still time to catch up on this sure to be sleeper …

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George Perez’s ‘Sirens’ #2 [Preview]

I somehow completely missed when the first issue of this book hit last month, but here we are at issue 2. I’ve got to admit, I’m surprised it didn’t get a lot more hype when it first hit: after all, it is a book featuring an all-female team, which is something I see a lot of comic fans clamoring for. …

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