See what the Smash Pages crew has been reading lately, including comics featuring Deadpool, Elvira, Vincent Price and more.
Welcome to What Are You Reading?, our weekly look at what the Smash Pages crew has been checking off their “to read” list lately. This time around we talk about comics featuring Deadpool, Vincent Price and Elvira, as well as We Live by the Miranda Brothers and two recent TKO Shorts.
Let us know what you’ve been reading lately in the comments or on social media.
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This week brings new comics from Brian Azzarello, Alex Maleev, Tim Seeley, Scott Kolins, Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, Cullen Bunn, Mark Russell, Mike Deodato Jr., Curt Pires, Jaime Hernandez and more.
Welcome to Can’t Wait for Comics, your guide to what comics are arriving in comic book stores, bookstores and on digital this week.
Check out a few highlights below, or visit Diamond’s website for this week’s almost complete list of new comics arriving in stores. You can visit Lunar Distribution’s home page to see DC’s releases, and the comiXology new releases page for what’s available digitally.
Continue reading “Can’t Wait for Comics | Suicide Squad takes aim at theaters — and comics”
Plus: News from BOOM! Studios, Dark Horse and more!
Mail Call is a roundup of the announcements we’ve received from comics publishers in our mailboxes recently that we haven’t already covered. Hit the links for more information.
The first issue of Peach Momoko’s Demon Days arrived last Wednesday, and Marvel took the opportunity to announce the second issue’s title and focus: Demon Days: Mariko.
Mariko is the former fiancée of Wolverine; she was the daughter of a Yakuza boss and eventually took over his duties before dying back in the early 1990s. The issue will also introduce Nightcrawler and Black Widow into this alternate reality Momoko has created.
“The first issue of Demon Days starts off in feudal Japan with Sai (Psylocke)… but the next issue will be completely different. Different timeline, different characters (even the main character is changing), different tone to the story. But it is still a connecting story,” Momoko said.
Continue reading “Mail Call | Momoko’s ‘Demon Days’ continues in June”