The ambitious, new Chinatown noir from writer Pornsak Pichetshote and artist Alexandre Tefenkgi takes a measured first step, but leaves a lasting impression. The Good Asian #1 is more than just a gripping mystery and meticulously researched historical fiction, it's a thoughtful examination of identity and timely reflection of modern anxieties in the Asian-American community.
With his family nowhere to be found and the farm animals becoming increasingly hostile, Frank completely loses his grip on reality. In the final issue of their macabre tale of paranoia, Jordan Thomas and Clark Bint bring Frank at Home on the Farm to a full boil of stark-raving madness. It's not for the faint of heart, in the best possible ways.
In the wake of the global organ failure pandemic, scientist Matt Travers at the Regenerist Corporation perfects the art of organ duplication. But the new technology comes at a price. Fresh off its recent success on Kickstarter, Duplicant #1 introduces a well-constructed dystopian world and brings to the fore an array of challenging questions.
In 2017, maestro storyteller Neil Gaiman published Norse Mythology, a collection of stories about the Gods of Asgard retold in his unique voice. Now, like so many other Gaiman titles, Dark Horse has enlisted a pantheon of artistic luminaries to adapt Gaiman's work into comic book form. The first of an eighteen part series, Norse Mythology #1 brings to life three tails of ancient mysticism and mischief.
An unexplained accident turns a night of amateur astronomy into one family's greatest trauma. What happened to Kenny remained shrouded in mystery for decades, but now, answers are beginning to emerge from beyond the stars. Writer Anthony Cleveland, artist Antonio Fuso, and independent publisher Mad Cave Studios turn our gaze upward with the visually arresting Stargazer #1.
A small-town bank heist turns into a big-time problem. Cole Caudle is aging out of the game and planned on riding off into the sunset with one last score, but he accidentally stole from the wrong people. Reprinted for the first time in over a decade, Last of the Independents is Matt Fraction and Kieron Dwyer's action-packed homage to '70s tough guys.
In New York City in the 1930s, Max Winters is spending his autumn years writing pulp western stories for five cents a word and struggling to make ends meet. But four decades earlier, Max lived those stories as an outlaw gunslinger. The Red Rock Kid goes for one last ride in Pulp, the original graphic novel from blockbuster creative team Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips.
Neha gets her first taste of life at the academy when Imogen brings her to Tempest, the home of the Sisterhood. Neha's lifelong adventure of grudge-settling, assassinations, and revenge begins! At least, according to the official academy literature. Writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Mike Huddleston bring their main characters across the first major threshold in Decorum #3.
Rook and Olwyn make several costly detours on their journey to Isola, the faraway land of the dead. The people they meet, and the sorcery they encounter, threaten their mission and reveal long-hidden secrets that could permanently tear the companions apart. The creative team of Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl vivify their already breathtaking and immersive high-fantasy adventure in Isola Vol. 2.
Kayla Strong will confront more than just her inner demons on the road to recovery. Looking to set things right with a missing friend, Kayla must go head to head with a gang of vampires. In No Heroine #1, writer Frank Gogol and artist Criss Madd give their main character one hell of an entrance.