Life Is Strange, Sherlock & More This Week From Titan

Here are this weeks comics available in print and digitally from Titan Comics

Life Is Strange #12

What lies in store for Max, Chloe, and Rachel as the third arc of this time-twisting video-game tie-in reaches it finale? From acclaimed writers Emma Vieceli and artists Claudia Leonardi and Andrea Izzo!
“Compelling. Thoughtful. Emotional. Moving. All told with lovely art and terrific characters.”
– Comic of the Day
Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia #2

The critically acclaimed manga adaptation of Sherlock hits Season Two, introducing the iconic Irene Adler! Sherlock comes face to face with the mysterious and beautiful American as he attempts to solve a series of murders. But will Irene help him – or create more danger for Sherlock?
“The artist wonderfully expresses the actors from the series – with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman practically jumping from the page.”
– Comic Book Movie
Oscar Martin’s Solo: Survivors of Chaos

Mad Max meets Mighty Mouse! Fievel meets Fallout! From Warner Bros Lifetime Achievement Award-winning writer-artist Oscar Martin (Tom & Jerry, The Lion King). On an Earth ravaged by nuclear war, mutant animals have repopulated the world. When Solo’s family faces starvation, the young rat leaves to find his destiny in the irradiated wastes. Solo will need to be faster, smarter and more brutal than the mutant monsters of this chaotic world!
“Turns blades into ballet and combat into a craft.”
– The Pullbox
To The Death #7

Earth, 2674: Finally back on Terra Firma – Scourge Squadron prepare to take the fight right to the Triumvirate’s doorstep. But first Dryagin wants answers – stubbornly refusing to believe his wife and son are dead, desperate to say his last goodbyes before he embarks on a mission he knows there’s no coming back from. Unfortunately, both the Tri-Corp and White Noise guard their secrets fiercely, and the collateral damage just keeps piling up.

“A fantastic slice of all-action, high-energy sci-fi, with a satirical edge running through its battle-scarred heart.” – Pipedream Comics
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