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Grant Morrison is one of the most influential creators of the modern age of comics. Don’t miss this chance to pick up some of the most profound developments in the DC Universe for a fraction of the original price!
Years after suffering defeat at the hands of Overwatch, Doomfist has escaped imprisonment and returns to the shadowy Talon organization. After getting up to speed on recent events, he takes matters into his own hands. Step into Talon’s ranks as Doomfist and his allies chart a deadly new course for Talon.
Having assumed the duties of Mr. Miracle from Scott Free, Shilo Norman finds himself in a race against death when he discovers the Black Racer is hot on his heels. Not only is this a page turning thrill ride by superb talent (Reginald Hudlin and Bill Sienkiewicz to name two), but there is a classic Jack Kirby story at the end! What more could you possibly want! — Joe
Six Gun Gorilla #1
Have a lethal disease? Are you a death-row dodger? Perhaps you’re simply out for glory? Then join up and become an Expendable and get your family a payday! Just be careful of no-man’s land and all the mutants out for blood where the best you can hope for is getting saved by the Six Gun Gorilla! — Joshua
Gladiators, magic, the occult — me likey! It’s good versus evil in the era of Nero’s rule over Rome. If you like strong men and women warrior-heroes, then you will love Britannia. (Mild violence lies herein.) Clutch your pearls and hold your breath! — Max
Evil Empire, Volume 1
Through the eyes of an underground rapper, Max Bemis’s Evil Empire explores how a democracy can devolve into chaos when the roots of its morality are challenged. At times frenetic and implausible, Evil Empire is grounded by its strong characters and the high-caliber artwork of Ransom Getty. (And that cliffhanger…!) — Dave
Here’s what’s inside Prog 2108 of 2000 AD – out this week! UK and DIGITAL: 21st November 2018 £2.85 NORTH AMERICA: 21st December 2018 $6.75 DIAMOND: SEP181942 COVER: PYE PARR In this issue: JUDGE DREDD: THE SMALL HOUSE by Rob […]