June Previews 2021 – Small Publisher Spotlight Books

I’m kicking off June Previews with the Small Publishers which gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight new books (and some trade/hardcovers/omnibuses) coming out of June Previews for the smaller publishers like Darkhorse, IDW and Image.

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Chu #1 – Sneak Peek Preview

Yes, it’s Chu, the acronym for this site and yes, coincidentally the guy who runs this site is named Tony. But here’s your sneak peek preview I promised of the next chapter spun directly out of the beloved Chew from the mind of John Layman.

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Outer Darkness Chew #1 – Sneak Peek Preview

Jon Layman’s Outer Darkness crosses over into his previous Chew’s universe with Rob Guillory, which just means pure awesomeness cause you all know what that means right? Secret Agent Poyo makes an appearance..  although brief, it’s certainly in true Poyo style…

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Things I Like and Dislike for the Week of January 15th, 2020

It’s that time again, where I tell you what’s really grinding my gears for the week of January 15th, 2020, which is my first one of the new year.

Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.

So what’s grinding my gears this week?

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Outer Darkness by Layman and Chan – Sneak Peak Extended Preview

A new Image book hits stands this coming Wednesday from John Layman (CHEW, Eleanor and the Egret) and artist Afu Chan. I’m a sucker for sci-fi so this one had been on my radar, not because I enjoy Layman’s writing (see my handle, I’m a big CHEW fan apparently).
Also Eleanor and the Egret was an awesome read which I highly recommend. Don’t think it got the credit it deserves.
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Farmhand #1 – A Review by Poyo

The Jenkins Family farm isn’t your typical farm. Yes, they grow plug and play human organs. Need an ear, they can grow that. Need a liver, they can grow that too. Jed Jenkins has mastered what is likely stem-cell research into a bio-engineering empire for human kind.

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