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Here's what's new in comics this week:
Coming from Dark Horse Comics, Lance Henriksen (Aliens) and Joseph Maddrey are writing the new horror series with art by Tom Mandrake. To Hell You Ride #1 (of 5), $3.99, tells the tale of four revengeful warriors called to action when their sacred burial grounds are disturbed for the sake of gold miners’ greed.
Hollows #1 (of 4), $3.99, from Chris Ryall and Sam Kieth and IDW is an all new series from the creator of the Maxx and the co-creator of Zombies vs Robots. In a near future Japan, where burned-out husks want only to devour souls throughout the city, a segment of society lives safely above in great tree cities.
Image Comics is shipping out Change #1 (of 4), $2.99, by Ales Kot and Morgan Jeske. A foul mouthed struggling screenwriter moonlighting as a car thief, an obscenely wealthy rapper disconnected from the real world, and a dying cosmonaut on his way back to Earth are the only people that can save Los Angeles from the destructive forces that repeatedly find the through time and swallow it whole…
From Marvel Comics we get Cable and X-Force #1, $3.99, from Dennis Hopeless and Salvador Larroca. Cable is back and right out of the gate, he and his new recruits are caught red handed at the site of a terrorist attack as they run, they find themselves hunted by the Uncanny Avengers…
And because I liked the first issue so much, I’m looking forward to reading Fantastic Four #2, $2.99, by Matt Fraction and Mark Bagley. The first family leaves time and space. What exciting things are out there to be seen and met? And how long can Reed hide his motivations from his family?...
Valiant Entertainment is kicking off a new story arc in Archer & Armstrong #5, $3.99, by Fred Van Lente and Emanuela Lupacchino when the Eternal Warrior comes for Archer. The beer guzzling, poetry liking Armstrong will confront his brother, the master of war, for his new best-est buddy…
And plenty more that’s not listed. For a more complete list, feel free to visit your local comic store or favorite site. If you’re interested in more of what I think, follow me on Twitter at Mycomicstore001 or like my Facebook page.
Michael R. Murray is a full time Letter Carrier for the United States Postal Service who can not believe the incompetencies of Diamond Comics as a retailer allow it to remain the single source for comics…