This weeks final order cutoff highlight pick goes to one of the best teams ever for Marvel, at least in my opinion. The team that made someone like me who didn’t give Thor a second look an actual fan of Thor.
Is this the new norm now from publishers? Sure seems like additional printings are happening before the releases occur. Regardless, here’s the press release of the new Nomen Omen hitting shelves next week.
It must of been my blurred out sneak peek preview right?
Image Comics is pleased to announce that The White Trees #1 by critically-acclaimed Daredevil writer Chip Zdarsky and Runawaysartists Kris Anka and Matt Wilson will be rushed back to print in order to keep up with increasing customer demand. This second printing features a new cover with artwork by Zdarsky.
Not so much a spoiler but an interesting change from what was solicited with the Captain Marvel #8 Second Print cover.
The new book out from Image is getting a second printing ahead of it’s initial release.
We had a advanced sneak peek preview a few weeks back for this one.
It’s that time again, where I tell you what’s really grinding my gears for the week of July 31st, 2019.
Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.
So what’s grinding my gears this week?
Sea of Stars is getting a second printing. Click continue reading to see the full Image Press release:
Reaver is getting a second printing with new cover art. Click continue to continue reading the Image Press Release:
Image is all about the Press Releases today:
The second issue of award winning playwright and comics writer Sean Lewis and award winning artist Hayden Sherman’s hot new technology thriller Thumbs is being fast-tracked for a second printing in order to keep up with growing customer demand.
Fresh off the Image Press release is news that the new book Sonata is going back for an additional printing, that has new cover art as well.
Straight from Image Press Release:
Image Comics is pleased to announce that Middlewest #7 by Skottie Young and Jorge Corona—which hit stores on the heels of the newsbreak of the series’ 2019 Eisner Award nomination in the “Best Publication for Teens” category—is being rushed back to print to keep up with rapidly growing demand for the hot new series.
Sorry about these delayed releases, been playing catch-up on news while being out of town.
Criminal from Brubaker and Phillips goes back for another printing.