Welcome to the 11th One Week Later Report for 2021.
This week we’ll cover the books released on 03/31/2021, which was last week.
These can be books we anticipated getting hot, total surprise winners and perhaps books that got hyped and ended up as duds. Also could be a good list to use when out picking up this weeks books for you Wednesday Warriors..
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The trailer the for upcoming Netflix show based on the Mark Millar comic series, Jupiter’s Legacy, has been released online. Let us know what you think in the comments. Continue reading “Jupiter’s Legacy Netflix Trailer Released”
Star Wars High Republic #4 is in stores in just a few short hours. The past couple of issues we have seen Sskeer looking like he will go to the Dark Side. He had been taken over by the Drengir. That is where this issue picks up. Check out the spoilers below.
Continue reading “Spoilers: Star Wars High Republic #4, Does a Jedi Go to the Dark Side?”
Venom #34 is in stores tomorrow. This is the companion issue to King In Black #5. This issue gives the back ground detail on how Eddie gets above ground. Check out the spoilers below.
Continue reading “Spoilers: Venom #34 , Look Who is Back”
Batman #107 is in stores tomorrow. James Tynion has been creating a ton of new characters in the Batman series and we get about five this issue. Some new, some recreations, but like the current DC plan, throw them all at a wall and see what sticks.
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King in Black #5 is finally here. After a brief push back of the release date, the end of Donny Cate’s Knull epic has finally arrived. Check it out below (there are a lot to unwrap so sorry for the size of the spoilers).
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Wednesday, the best day of the week, new comic book day.
We open things up to hear from you. A free for all.
The 329th edition of the open forum!
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Every week hundreds of new books hit the stands, each with potential. We pick the ones we think have the best shot at heating up. Here are the picks of the week for delivery 4/7/21 Continue reading “Comic Picks of the Week for Delivery 4/7/21”
Final Order Cut-Off is the last day that shops can guarantee their orders for comics. After Final Order Cut-Off, or FOC, these books will only be available to retailers on Advance Reorder, and that is not guaranteed. So here are the highlights for Monday, 4/5/21’s FOC list. Continue reading “Final Order Cut-Off Highlights for 4/5/21”
BAD IDEA was deadly serious on April Fool’s Day — HANK HOWARD, PIZZA DETECTIVE in CALIGULA’S SAFE is a real thing. Also, we really do hate April Fool’s Day. And as of today we will be joining our righteous brothers and sisters at Google and T-Mobile in their war against this most despicable of days. The carnage must stop. Below you’ll find more details and a first look at this vital story. Check it out quick before the corporate interests that run Big Fool begin their suppression campaign. Continue reading “Bad Idea’s HANK HOWARD, PIZZA DETECTIVE in CALIGULA’S SAFE To Be For Sale for 24 Hours”
Source Point Press announced today that Cult of Dracula #1, the underground hit horror series created by rising star Rich Davis and featuring art by Marvel Comics alum Henry Martinez (Blaze, Spirits of Vengeance), has sold out at the distributor level! Cult of Dracula #1 features primary covers by Gyula Nemeth (Criminal Macabre) Shannon Maer (Vampirella). Variant covers by artists such as Carla Cohen, Sanford Greene, Jay Ferguson and more are available in limited quantities through select retail partners. Continue reading “Cult of Dracula Sells Out at Distributor Level”
This one likely slipped past some retailers and people, but The Rise #1 which is a prequel being written by Romero’s son is now back in stock at TFAW.
Continue reading “The Rise #1 – Back in Stock Alert”
Locust #1 hits stands this Wednesday April 7th, 2021. It takes on a dystopian apocalyptic future with a twist.
Continue reading “Locust #1 from Scout Comics – Sneak Peek Preview”
Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight new books (and some trade/hardcovers/omnibuses) coming out of April Previews for the small indie publishers..
Continue reading “April Previews 2021 – Indie Publisher Spotlight Books”
The highly anticipated new series Geiger—by Doomsday Clock creative team Geoff Johns and Gary Frank—will ship to comic book stores sold out. Early demand for the series has depleted the entirety of the debut issue’s print run, tripping the alarm for preemptive second printings of Geiger #1 ahead of its April 7 on sale date.
Continue reading “GEIGER SELLS OUT AT DISTRIBUTOR AHEAD OF RELEASE, IMAGE TO RUSH SECOND PRINTING”
Image Comics is pleased to announce that the eagerly anticipated new teen horror series Shadecraft by Joe Henderson (showrunner of Netflix’s Lucifer) and Lee Garbett (Captain Marvel) has sold out instantly at the distributor level. This dark and addictive new series—from the creative team behind the Eisner nominated series Skyward—is being rushed back to print in order to keep up with growing demand. The second printing cover will feature exciting new artwork by Jock and Garbett in a first-ever creative collaboration. Continue reading “SHADECRAFT IS INSTANT SELL-OUT, RUSH-ORDERED REPRINT FORTHCOMING”
Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight new books (and some trade/hardcovers/omnibuses) coming out of April Previews for the Smaller Publishers which include Dark Horse, IDW and Image…
Continue reading “April Previews 2021 – Small Publisher Spotlight Books”
Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight new books (and some trade/hardcovers/omnibuses) coming out of April Previews for Marvel…
Continue reading “April Previews 2021 – Marvel Spotlight Books”
Welcome to this weeks spec and drek, the 14th edition for 2021. This is where we pick the winners each week we (or shall I say myself) think will be spec worthy, a great read or just cool looking art on the cover. I also dive into the pesky drek, the book you should probably avoid if you can or perhaps not invest so heavily into.
Continue reading “Poyo’s Spec & Drek for April 7th, 2021”