Atar Gull is one of the new comics out this week from Titan Comics – check out Atar Gull and all the rest out digitall and in print below!
Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #12
As the true stakes of their conflict are revealed, the Doctor joins forces with the Corsair!
The first year of the official Doctor Who comic comes to a grand climax. Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser (Mother Panic, Stranger Things, Star Wars) delivers fast-paced, fun new sci-fi stories, perfect for fans and newcomers alike.
“Continues to brilliantly illustrate the versatility of Doctor Who.” – Blogtor Who
Event Horizon part 4 of 4. What is to be found on the other side of the Event Horizon? The world of Robotech changes forever in the grand climax of this epic event, from Simon Furman, Brenden Fletcher, Hendry Prasetya, and Sarah Stone.
“Packed with plenty to get your teeth into… big fights, big ships, big events.” – Nerdly
A man forced into slavery seeks bitter revenge on those who stole his freedom! Fabien Nury, award-winning writer of the best-selling The Death of Stalin and Tyler Cross, tells a new story for fans of Django Unchained.
Atar Gull is a prince among his people – until he is kidnapped by the ruthless Captain Brulart. Shipped to Jamaica and sold like livestock, he suffers pain, loss, and humiliation – but Atar Gull is a patient man, and his revenge will be served cold indeed.
“Fans of Nury’s other works, stories of slave revolts, and seeing the comeuppance of reviled slave owners will find this an outstanding and emotional graphic novel.” – Library Journal
Robotech Archives: The Sentinels Volume 1
The longest-running Robotech comic series, collected at last as part of the Robotech Archives! Featuring the work of fan-favorite creators such as the Waltrip brothers, and packed with classic material now out-of-print or never previously collected.
Ten years after the Macross Saga, the Pioneer Mission encounters a coalition of alien species known as The Sentinels. The heroes of the First Robotech War return to an uncertain future and a galaxy of adventure!
“Kudos to Titan for bringing this back, not just for old fans like myself, but for younger anime lovers looking to get into a piece of history with a fine lineage and big story.” – But Why Tho
Santa My Life and Times: An Illustrated Autobiography
The autobiography of the Christmas legend, illustrated by twice Emmy-nominated artist Bill Sienkiewicz (X-Men, Fantastic Four)! This is the true story of Old Kris Kringle’s miraculous life, from his childhood to his toyshop, to his first Christmas Eve flight. This Christmas keepsake is designed for families to read aloud, and features remarkable artwork that captures the imagination with its dream-like charm.
Some thoughts on this week’s 2000 AD – Prog 2157 JUDGE DREDD: GUATEMALA by John Wagner (w) Colin MacNeil (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhouse (l) Concluding the arc in a very satisfactory way. There is […]
A new Robyn Hood series – Robyn Hood: Vigilante #1 starts the new mini series from Zenescope Entertainment. Here are my thoughts on it! After recent events Robyn has found herself on the other side […]