A new Ghostbusters series starts this week (there must be a movie coming out!) and more new digital comics from IDW Publishing
New This Week
Ghostbusters: Year One #1
In anticipation of the new Ghostbusters feature film coming to theaters Summer 2020, we look back at the Boys in Grey’s first year on the job, showcasing never before seen adventures! After defeating Gozer and becoming heroes in the city, county, and state of New York, a publisher has decided to cash in with a biography of the Boys in Grey and sends a writer to interview them all for background. He starts with WINSTON ZEDDEMORE, the first ‘buster hired into the supernatural start-up. Winston relates the story of his very first bust, so we can finally know what kind of… ahem, stuff he’s seen that’ll will turn you white!
A Letter to Jo
As Leonard fights on the front lines of World War II, memories of Josephine and home help keep him alive. As Josephine contends with life, family, and work in Cleveland, letters from Leonard sustain her. But official censorship forces him to leave out much of the most significant action he sees.
Finally, with the war coming to an end, Leonard is able to tell his full story. In a quietly beautiful letter to Josephine, Leonard writes of the loneliness he felt, the camaraderie he experienced, and the terrible violence he witnessed.
Now, Josephine and Leonard’s grandson Joseph Sieracki has carefully researched the battles Leonard describes and expanded the letter into a moving tale of a young man’s fears and bravery far from home. Brought to heart-wrenching life by the paintbrushes of Kelly Williams (Creepy, Eerie), A Letter to Jo is at once a tender love story and a harrowing battlefield memoir.
Unlock the story of the Locke siblings after their father’s murder as they return to their ancestral home of Keyhouse, a place filled with dark doors and the magic keys that open them, and a malicious presence that will stop at nothing for the Omega Key.
The October Faction details the adventures of retired monster-hunter Frederick Allan and his family, which includes a thrill-killer, a witch, and a warlock. Because sometimes crazy is the glue that binds a family together.
Another ‘regened’ issue of 2000 AD out this week from Rebellion. Giving us something for old and new readers alike. Cadet Dredd: Sub-Optimal by Arthur Wyatt (w) Davide Tinto (a) Gary Caldwell (c) Annie Parkhouse (l) […]
From Zenescope Entertainment this week is the latest issue of Grimm Fairy Tales – some thoughts below: As Skye’s quest to free Shang from the Dark Book continues, she’ll soon learn not everyone wants her […]
Now on Kickstarter, I’ve had a chance to review Caspian Porter issues #0 and #1 from SnowyWorks. Caspian Porter is on the run! Hot on his tail are the SMCI Corporation’s corporate cronies, ready to […]