Their peaceful life in Austin ended in a conflagration, and the Bowmans have found themselves on the run once again. Out of options, and with Bartlett's survival hanging in the balance, the family makes their way to a place where even vampires fear to go. Issue nineteen begins a new chapter in Donny Cates and Lisandro Estherren's supernatural/western saga that promises to be as gripping as it is game-changing.

I somehow missed reading and reviewing issue #10 of Coda, but that just meant I had the pleasure of reading two issues last night. And what a pleasure it was!

A quick recap from the last issue: Mal has been captured by Boss Moon, and the rest of the crew are on the run from the homicidal cult. So, we're basically on par of the usual level of shenanigans when it comes to this crew. Moving on to the present. Things pick up immediately from there, with the Serenity crew (with the addition of Chang-Benitez) still on the run, but an accidental fuel cell mishap saves the day. Elsewhere, Mal and Boss Moon trade barbs and blows.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart famously began composing music when he was only five years old. What was life like for him, being a musical genius at such a young age? What was it like for his family, having to put up with a five-year-old musical genius? That’s the premise of Young Mozart, a series of newspaper-style comic strips based on the composer’s early years.

For untold generations, the Moonstone family has protected the world from the unseen forces of darkness. But who will protect them, and the other members of The Magic Order when they become the targets of a powerful sorcerer assassin? In the collected edition of Netflix's first comic book publication, writer Mark Millar and artist Olivier Coipel create a compelling family drama against the backdrop of an expertly constructed urban fantasy.

Alien. Is there a more perfect name for the juggernaut of science fiction horror? The name conveys exactly what you need to know while remaining about as simplistic as you can get. I love the original Alien film. The Xenomorph remains my personal favorite design for an alien entity, and Sigourney Weaver's Ellen Ripley is one of the most iconic female leads ever put to screen. As far as Alien's extended lore is concerned, it can be quite a mixed bag. A colleague of mine has been raving to me about the quality of William Gibson's Alien 3, but it seems for every victory there's an Aliens: Colonial Marines. With a bit of eager trepidation, I decided to pick up Aliens: Dead Orbit by James Stokoe and try my luck.

A quick recap: The last time we visited Invisible Kingdom, Vess (the new None) had stumbled upon some possibly shady dealings between Mother Proxima (the mother superior of sorts to the ascetic nunhood) and Lux (i.e., space Amazon). Elsewhere, Captain Grix had also stumbled upon a piece of that mystery; apparently, Lux has been sending large monetary transactions to someone. It's not very hard to put two and two together.

At WonderCon 2019, actor Jacob Bertrand (Kirby Buckets, Ready Player One) discusses his experiences playing the character of Eli Moskowitz (a.k.a. Hawk), his work on season two of the YouTube series Cobra Kai, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, actor Martin Kove (The Karate Kid, Rambo: First Blood -Part II) about his return to the character of John Kreese, his work on season two of the YouTube series Cobra Kai, and more.

At WonderCon 2019, actor William Zabka (The Karate Kid, Hot Tub Time Machine) discusses returning to the character of Johnny Lawrence, his work on season two of the YouTube series Cobra Kai, and more.

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