A look ahead to February and March

There are a ton of new books on the horizon. Here are a couple that we are looking forward to.
Cluster #1– February, Boom Studios- Ed Brisson (Sheltered) In the distant future, as mankind discovers life on other planets, it needs soldiers to defend its colonies and outposts across the stars. In order to increase the number of boots on the ground, criminals are offered the opportunity to serve in the place of incarceration. But as wars wage on and more soldiers are needed, small-time crimes are given long-term punishments. When a group of prisoners serving their time as soldiers become stranded and abandoned on a war-torn planet, they’ll need to work together to survive and uncover the truth behind Earth’s role in deep space.
Fly: Outbreak– March, IDW- Really looking forward to this one. Return to the Brundle-fly legacy. Years ago, a scientist had a horrific accident when he tried to use his newly invented teleportation device and became a human/fly hybrid. Now his almost-human son continues to search for a cure for the mutated genes. But a breakthrough turns into a breakout, and anyone exposed risks turning into a monster as well…
Imperium– February, Valiant- Toyo Harada is the most dangerous human being on the planet. Imbued with incredible powers of the mind, he has spent his life guiding humanity from the shadows. But today he is a wanted man. His powers are public knowledge, his allies have turned to enemies, and he is hunted by every government on the planet. Instead of surrendering, Harada has one last unthinkable gambit to play: to achieve more, faster, and with less, he will build a coalition of the powerful, the unscrupulous and the insane. No longer content to demand a better future, he will recruit a violent legion from the darkest corners of the Earth to fight for it. The battle for utopia begins now.
Nameless– February, Image- Another one I have been really looking forward to. Grant Morrison writes. An astronomer kills his family, then himself, leaving a cryptic warning. A Veiled Lady hunts her victims through human nightmares. An occult hustler known only as ‘Nameless’ is recruited by a consortium of billionaire futurists for a desperate mission. And the malevolent asteroid Xibalba spins closer on a collision course with Earth. But nothing is what it seems-a terrifying inhuman experiment is about to begin. Abandon all hope and experience ultimate horror in NAMELESS.
Pastaways #1-March, Dark Horse- Matt Kindt writes. 2015: the distant past. A crash landing strands five deep-time explorers in a primitive world of internal-combustion engines and Internet 1.0 and tears a rift in space-time that spouts dinosaurs, giant robots, and other strange phenomena! Only the marooned “PastAways” can defend the twenty-first century, unless the tensions of their unexpectedly prolonged mission tear them apart!
Red One #1– March, Image- Another one that is one of my “look out for books”. What happens when America’s greatest hero…is a Russian Spy? Soviet Agent Vera Yelnikov is sent to 1977 Los Angeles by the Kremlin to become an American Superhero and spread communist values in the land of Uncle Sam in a funky superhero romp straight out of a Tarantino film by TERRY & RACHEL DODSON
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7 thoughts on “A look ahead to February and March”

  1. 2015 seems it’s going to be a great year of new comics.. at least of what they plan on releasing. I bet I can’t cut back on my weekly pulls like I planned.. damn you good comics being released!

  2. I too find myself adding new books as I fight myself to drop others. These last 2-3 years have been awesome!
    I’m excited to check out Nameless, Postal, and Red One from Image. Also looking forward to the new Silk series. I have a feeling Silk with give Spider-Gwen a run for the money over the long haul.
    Lastly I decided to pull the trigger on the AH Spider-Gwen variant tonight. Got it for $55 less than what DCBS preorder would’ve cost. Still pretty crazy in my opinion not knowing what it’s going to look like.

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