To The Death, Minions Paella & More This Week From Titan

Here are this weeks comics available from Titan Comics

Rivers of London: The Fey and The Furious #1

The award-winning urban fantasy series Rivers of London begins a new story of fast cars and fairy queens, from series creator Ben Aaronovitch! When an English racecar washes up in the Netherlands, wizarding cop Peter Grant is called in to investigate its unusual cargo. Fresh from suspension, Peter infiltrates the street racing big leagues – but can he find the finish line when he’s sucked into a real-life fairyland? A canonical story, set after bestselling novel Lies Sleeping.

“Pretty much perfect. Essential reading.”
– Big Comic Page
 
Shades of Magic: The Steel Prince
The Rebel Army #1

 
New York Time bestseller V.E. Schwab returns to the world of her award-winning fantasy novels, with a new story in the Shades of Magic series! Exiled from Red London, the arrogant Prince Maxim Maresh has overcome a pirate queen and the Night of Knives in the smuggler-city of Verose. With war on the horizon, the Steel Prince must earn his name and rip the heart from a rebel army! Illustrated by hit art team Andrea Olimpieri (Dishonored) and Enrica Eren Angiolini (Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor)!

“Exceptional… Moves at a great pace and the artwork is stellar.” – Comic Buzz
 
To The Death #2

Earth, 2674: diverted to the moon by the Triumvirate, Aleksy Dryagin and Scourge Squadron find themselves embroiled in an entrenched siege and under fire, their loyalties tested and divided. Unaware that his wife and son have been marked for death, Dryagin finds enemies and new threats at every turn. But the Triumvirate have reckoned without Dryagin’s uncanny knack for survival – and bucking even the most insurmountable odds.

“Wicked… beautifully drawn… the story is really clever and engaging… you get a lot of book for your money. It’s a winner.” – Gobsmack Comics
 
Minions Paella #1

The breakout mascots of Despicable Me (and their own movie, Minions) are back in a new set of hilarious comic gags! Travel the world with the Minions, as they sample the world’s cuisine – spiced with their own brand of silliness!

“No matter how old you are, it’s hard to resist the lovable stupidity of the Minions.” – Flickering Myth
 
Ryuko Volume 2

Hard Case Crime presents the explosive climax to Eldo Yoshimizu’s manga homage to gangster cinema. As a covert war rages in Japan’s underworld, the motorcycle-riding yakuza princess Ryuko discovers the truth behind the disappearance of her mother – and the face of her true foe! Part two of a two-part criminal saga packed with international intrigue, complex morality, and blistering action!

“A fast-paced crime thriller filled with gritty action, beautiful illustrations, and complex characters.”
– But Why Tho
 
 
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