Can’t Wait for Comics | Discover the secret architecture beneath the internet in ‘Worldtr33’

New comics and graphic novels arrive this week by James Tynion IV, Fernando Blanco, Tim Seeley, Gisele Lagace, Jelena Dordevic, Paul Cornell, Valeria Burzo, Skottie Young, Humberto Ramos, Devin Kraft, Ryan Ottley and more.

Welcome to Can’t Wait for Comics, your guide to what comics are arriving in comic book stores, bookstores and on digital.

I’ve pulled out some of the highlights below, but for the complete list of everything you might find at your local comic shop and on digital this week, you’ll want to check out one or more of the following:

As a reminder, things can change and what you find on the above lists may differ from what’s actually arriving in your local shop. So always check with your comics retailer for the final word on availability.

Worldtr33 #1 (Image Comics, $3.99): After a slight delay due to a printing error, the new title from writer James Tynion IV and his Razorblades collaborator Fernando Blanco arrives in shops. This new comic will venture into the “secret architecture beneath the internet,” which turns out to be a place filled with unimaginable horrors.

Money Shot Comes Again #1 (Vault Comics, $4.99): The XXXplorers are back in this new series by co-creator Tim Seeley and new artist Gisele Lagace. Giant ass space jellyfish! Dumb billionaires! Cherry Popstar! The NSFW comic with a heart returns.

Green Arrow #1 (DC, $3.99): Joshua Williamson and Sean Izaakse send the Green Arrow family after their patriarch, who remains lost after that whole Dark Crisis thing. This is the first of six issues featuring Black Canary, Arsenal and more searching for Oliver Queen.

Alien #1 (Marvel, $4.99): Declan Shalvey and Andrea Broccardo tell the story of a group of scientists researching water conservation on an icy moon who happen to discover something frozen under the surface. Spoiler alert: It’s Aliens.

Deep Cuts #1 (Image Comics, $5.99): Kyle Higgins teams with Radiant Black co-writer Joe Clark for this anthology series inspired by the history of jazz music. It’ll run for six double-sized issues and feature different artists each issue, starting with Danilo Beyruth.

Darth Vader: Black, White & Red #1 (Marvel, $4.99): The Sith Lord joins the likes of Elektra, Deadpool and Wolverine in headlining his own Black, White & Red miniseries. Good thing his light saber is red, eh? Contributors to this first issue include Jason Aaron, Peach Momoko and Torunn Gronbekk, among others.

Sins of Sinister: Dominion (Marvel, $5.99): The Mister Sinister-verse that’s been running through several of the X-titles comes to a close this week, as Kieron Gillen, Lucas Werneck and Paco Medina bring a “thousand years of hell and damnation” to an end.

Star Wars The High Republic Adventures: Quest of the Jedi (Dark Horse, $5.99): Claudia Gray and Fico Ossio tell the story of Jedi Knight Barnabus Vim and his intrepid Padawan Bly, as they search for the Echo Stone on a mysterious planet.

Hulk #14 (Marvel, $3.99): Ryan Ottley’s run on Hulk comes to an end with this issue, as he writes and draws the finale to the story he started with Donny Cates (who left the series early), featuring the evil Hulk personality called Titan.

Image 30th Anniversary Anthology #12 (Image, $5.99): Image’s year-long anthology series comes to a close this week with a new Science Dog story by Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker, as well as stories by Greg Rucka, Geoff Johns, Brenden Fletcher, Patrick Kindlon, Skottie Young, Dean Haspiel, Vincent Kukua, Andrea Mutti, Erica Henderson, Maurizio Rosenzweig and more.

Silence #1 (Literati Press, $4.99): Devin Kraft, creator of the Sumerian Comics series Neverender, remixes music and mythology in this new five-issue miniseries about a woman who searches for her lost-at-sea father in — what else? — a yellow submarine.

Strange Academy: Finals #6 (Marvel, $3.99): Skottie Young and Humberto Ramos wrap up their tales about magical students in the Marvel Universe with a story that promises to “change the face of magic.”

Black Cat Social Club (Humanoids, $19.99): Written by Christopher Painter with art by Bob Quinn, this new graphic novel follows a band that gets their big break when a member sells her soul to a demon. Check out the trailer and a preview here.

Blab! (Dark Horse, $19.99): As a part of Dark Horse’s partnership with Yoe Books, the Harvey Award-winning anthology of cutting-edge comics, art and culture created by Monte Beauchamp returns with a lineup of contributors that includes Noah Van Sciver, Jeffrey Steele, Giselle Potter, Greg Clarke and more.

Cosmic Cadets: Contact! (IDW, $14.99): Ben Crane and Mimi Alves’ debut graphic novel is about the ESS Khonsu, a space vessel tasked with exploring the galaxy. When the son of the ship’s captain ends up stranded on a strange planet, he and his friends must “explore the surface, discover the secrets of the terrifying race that lives there and try to prevent a full-scale war.”

Creature Commandos (DC, $24.99): After James Gunn announced that the Creature Commandos were getting their own animated series (written by Gunn), DC sent this collection of stories back to press. It collects stories by J.M. DeMatteis, Pat Broderick, Joe Kubert and more from the 1970s title Weird War Tales.

The Last Comics on Earth (Viking, $14.99): Max Brallier’s Last Kids on Earth series comes to comics in this graphic novel about the post-apocalyptic kids discovering that they’ve read all the issues of their favorite comic, so they decide to start making new issues themselves. The graphic novel is by Joshua Pruett, Jay Cooper and Doug Holgate.

Sacred Lamb (TKO, $16.99): Tim Seeley and Jelena Dordevic team up for this graphic novel about a town where all the “final girls” who went into witness protection live who must face off with an army of slashers attempting to invade their town.

The Witches of World War II (TKO, $16.99): In this graphic novel by Paul Cornell and Valeria Burzo, a group of occultists enlisted by the allies attempt to go behind enemy lines to capture Rudolf Hess, second in command to Adolf Hitler.

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