A dangerous person from Hum’s past has returned. Now he’s bound, blindfolded and sent into exile on the back of Nag, his loyal Pentacorn. Things don’t seem like they can get worse for Hum…until they get much worse.
“If you liked the craziness that Si and Matias cooked up in the first issue of CODA, you’re gonna love where they take the story next – though Hum might think otherwise,” said Eric Harburn, Senior Editor, BOOM! Studios. “It’s exciting to see readers, retailers, and press all embrace the exciting new world created within the pages of this series, and it’s the team’s goal to make every issue more surprising than the last.”
Writer: Simon Spurrier
Artist: Matías Bergara
Main Cover A: Matías Bergara
Intermix Cover B: Lee Garbett
Incentive Cover C: Chris Wildgoose
In this oversized anniversary issue, April, Mal and Ripley make several very cool and also pretty gross discoveries deep in the tunnels beneath the Mess Hall. Up above in the civilized world Jo and Molly join Emily, Diane and the Zodiac cabin for a fun and totally chill game of total world conquest! Contains a special short story illustrated by Brooklyn Allen. Oversized Anniversary Issue!
Writers: Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh
Artist: Dozerdraws, Brooklyn Allen
Main Cover: Kat Leyh
Subscription Cover: Veronica Fish
Connecting Variant Cover: Veronica Fish
Wraparound Foil Incentive Cover: Veronica Fish
Colorist: Maarta Laiho
Letterer: Aubrey Aiese
Aspiring documentarian (and actual chemistry major) Jane has recently reunited with her former best friend Heather, amateur urban explorer. When a trip into an abandoned industrial building leads them to another world, their plan begins to unfold—create a documentary about the world and become filthy, filthy rich. The other side of the portal is filled with monsters, magic and a chance for a whole new life. All they have to do is step through…
“I love a good spooky tale, especially in the hands of folks as deft and funny as John and Christine,” said Shannon Watters, Senior Editor, BOOM! Studios. “This is already one of my favorite series to read each month, and I know it’ll be one of yours too.”
Issue #1 of the 12-issues series from Eisner Award-nominated writer John Allison (Giant Days) and artist Christine Larsen (Adventure Time) drops June 13.
Finn breaks a promise he can’t remember making which leads to a confrontation with Chronologius Rex, the lord of Hours and All Time! Ted Anderson (My Little Pony) and Marina Julia (Lumberjanes, SLAM! The Next Jam) set Finn on a journey to confront the ghosts of his past selves, the alternate selves of his present, and all his possible futures, while Jake gathers help from all of Ooo and beyond. Together, they must save Finn before he goes beyond the Vanishing Point and is erased from every reality…which would be really, really bad.
It’s the beginning of the end as Power Rangers from across time and space come together for one of the biggest battles in any of their histories. Meanwhile, the Ranger Slayer faces down the one Ranger who might be able stop her.
In Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #12, from writer Ryan Parrott and artist Dan Mora, the Rangers team up with an unlikely ally to battle Rita’s new monster as the Ranger Slayer inches ever further towards her goal. This issue features a main cover by Dan Mora, with variant covers by Miguel Mercado (Over The Garden Wall), Audrey Mok (Archie) and Natacha Bustos (Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur).
Then, in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #30, from writer Kyle Higgins and artist Daniele Di Nicuolo, it’s the team-up between every Ranger left standing against the unrivaled power of Drakkon, while a covert team led by Grace embarks on what might be their last mission ever. This issue features a main cover by Jamal Campbell (Green Arrow), with variant covers by Jordan Gibson (America) and Joana LaFuente (Transformers).
It all comes to a conclusion in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Shattered Grid #1, the oversized finale to the epic comic book event from Higgins and Di Nicuolo that changes everything for the Power Rangers in ways no one ever expected. This issue features a main cover by Jamal Campbell, with variants covers by Chris Burnham (Batman Incorporated) and Christian Ward (Black Bolt).
As Lord Drakkon’s power and influence grows, the Power Rangers work with new allies from across time and dimensions, including Ranger teams such as Time Force, RPM and Samurai, to craft a plan to fight back…but is it already too late?
Writer: Kyle Higgins
Artist: Daniele Di Nicuolo
Main Cover: Jamal Campbell
Subscription Cover: Jordan Gibson
Incentive Cover: Carlos Villa
Colorist: Jeremy Lawson
Letterer: Jim Campbell
BOOM! Studios searched the 20th Century Fox film archives and unearthed the first screenplay for the original Planet of the Apes (1968) movie, written by Rod Serling, and adapted this radically different vision of the franchise into comic book format for the first time as a part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the film from acclaimed actor/comedian/writer Dana Gould (The Simpsons) and Chad Lewis (Avengers Origins).
The first Planet of The Apes (1968) film is an adaptation of the French novel La Planète des Singes. On the road to making the landmark science-fiction classic, 20th Century Fox commissioned Rod Serling to adapt the source material. However, Serling’s first draft was drastically revised before filming the version of the film that the one the world has come to know and love.
“Fans all over the world have wanted to experience Rod Serling’s original Planet of The Apes and this graphic novel is an incredible realization of that vision,” said Dafna Pleban, Senior Editor, BOOM! Studios. “Dana Gould and Chad Lewis have brought a new dimension to the story you only think you know, delivering a timely, ambitious and unflinching original graphic novel perfect for every reader, whether a long time fan or new to these characters.”
A top-secret, elite branch of Boy Scouts takes on covert missions no adult ever could in an upcoming BOOM Studios series by the creators of the Eisner-nominated “Grass Kings.”
BOOM! Studios on Monday announced “Black Badge,” a new monthly series by writer Matt Kindt and artist Tyler Jenkins, starting in August.
Among their organization, the Black Badges are the best of the best. The missions they take are dangerous, and they will only get worse as their leader’s attention is split between their mission and tracking down a team member who disappeared years ago, presumed dead.
Per BOOM, “Black Badge” is a haunting look at foreign policy, culture wars and isolationism through the lens of kids who know they must fix the world adults have broken.
“’Black Badge’ is an idea I’d had for a long time — ‘Boy Scouts — but for real.’ Sending them on real scouting missions and into danger,” Kindt said in comments supplied by BOOM. “It’s an idea that started out as a joke with me complaining about how the scouts never really scout. But now that I’m writing the series, I’m realizing the deeper and (sometimes) horrible consequences of sending these kids out on missions. It’s going to be funny, emotional, and horrific — sometimes all on one page.”
Jenkins said the series “is another vehicle for us to tackle subjects and ideas that mean something to us. After the unrelenting darkness of ‘Grass Kings,’ I am very excited to explore a completely different world … a world with a tad more levity. This is going to be an adventure. A wild adventure.”
The finale of “Women’s Evolution”, as the Four Horsewomen face off once again, this time on the WWE roster. Also, Asuka hits Monday Night RAW, in the last part of her backup short series!
Writers: Dennis Hopeless, Tini Howard
Artists: Serg Acuña, Hyeonjin Kim
Main Cover: Dan Mora
Action Figure Variant Cover: Adam Riches
RAW Connecting Cover: Brent Schoonover
Incentive Cover: Hyeonjin Kim
Colorist: Doug Garbark
Letterer: Jim Campbell