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[Preview] Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack #7

Jack Burton's team continues to grow, and the adventures of Jack and Lo Pan in a post-apocalyptic world continues this week in Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack #7 from BOOM! Studios.

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[Preview] Adventure Time Comics #21

IT'S ADVENTURE TIME! BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of this week's Adventure Time Comics #21.

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DEADPOOL 2 Reshoots Add ‘More of What Audiences Love’ From Test Screenings

NEGASONIC TEENAGE WARHEAD has some reassurances for DEADPOOL fans.

DEADPOOL 2 Reshoots Add ‘More of What Audiences Love’ From Test Screenings

NEGASONIC TEENAGE WARHEAD has some reassurances for DEADPOOL fans.

Dan Jurgens’ Action Comics #1000 Variant Explores Superman’s History

Dan Jurgens’ Action Comics #1000 Variant Explores Superman’s History

The historic Action Comics #1000 hits comic book shelves next month. As part of the celebration, variant covers for this special 80th anniversary issue have slowly been trickling in from the industry’s top artistic talent. One such variant was illustrated by Dan Jurgens for Dynamic Forces. The variant highlights the Man of Steel’s visual evolution over the last 80 years.

Superman (otherwise known as mild-mannered reporter Clark Kent) debuted in Action Comics #1 in 1938, establishing the ultimate superhero archetype that continues to be recognized to this day. Beginning with the Golden Age of the late 1930s, Jurgens’ cover for this oversized anniversary issue spans the character’s incredible history.

The cover includes references to the death of Superman’s home planet of Krypton, as well as the iconic hero’s own death (at the hands of Doomsday) and eventual resurrection. Jurgens boasts a particular attachment to this grim period in the character’s history, as he penned the very Death of Superman arc portrayed on the variant cover.

RELATED: Dan Jurgens Gives Superman a Booster (Gold) Shot in Action Comics

Beyond that, Jurgens is no stranger to writing and illustrating the Superman mythos — he contributed heavily to various Superman series in the ’90s and is currently the writer for Action Comics.

Starring new stories by creators such as Brian Michael Bendis and a never-before-seen illustrated story by the legendary Curt Swan, Action Comics #1000 is out April 18.

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EXCLUSIVE: The Avengers: Back to Basics #2

EXCLUSIVE: The Avengers: Back to Basics #2

The Fenris Wolf takes a bite out of the Avengers! The solar eclipse has ushered in Ragnarok! With a little help from the undead warrior women called the Disir, of course. Now, the Fenris Wolf of Norse legend is ready to swallow the sun and bring about the end of the world – and only the Avengers stand in his way!

Part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive digital content only available on comiXology and Kindle. This title will be available as part of comiXology Unlimited at release.

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Fan-Favorite X-Men Character Dazzler Gets One-Shot in June

Fan-Favorite X-Men Character Dazzler Gets One-Shot in June

This June, the X-Men’s resident pop star will headline her own one-shot comic issue in Dazzler: X-Song #1 by writer Magdalene Visaggio and artist Laura Braga.

According to the issue description,

It’s all glitter and glamour in the underground punk scene… until Dazzler stumbles upon a part of her world that’s dangerous and violent. Now, it’s up to Dazzler to protect her dedicated Inhuman fans, even if doing so means that she has to turn to her own past for clues and answers.

RELATED: The Mighty Thor, Runaways & More Marvel Comics On Sale March 21, 2018

“Dazzler has always been one of my favorite X-Men, and one of the most sadly underutilized,” Visaggio said in a statement. “She’s been wandering for so long, and I’m so excited to help bring her back to her musical roots and the X-family. Anyone who knows my work knows how much I love to frontline women who quite literally rock, and I hope me and Laura can bring some of that same energy and positivity to Dazzler.”

Visaggio and Braga’s Dazzler: X-Song #1 goes on sale June 6. See below for a brief preview and solicit information.

DAZZLER: X SONG #1
Written by MAGDALENE VISAGGIO
Art by LAURA BRAGA
Cover by ELIZABETH TORQUE
On Sale 6/6/18

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Incredibles 2 Comic Explores Parr Family’s Domestic Life

The Incredibles 2 is getting two tie-in comics, with one exploring the Parr family's domestic life.

Entertainment Weekly reports the first comic, Incredibles 2: Heroes at Home, follows Dash and Violet doing housework while their parents Bob and Helen go grocery shopping. However, their superpowered baby brother Jack-Jack turns simple housework into total chaos.

Incredibles 2: Heroes at Home, described as an all-ages graphic novel, is written by Liz Marsham and illustrated by Nicoletta Baldari.

Incredibles 2: Crisis in Mid-Life! & Other Stories main cover, image via EW

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Dark Horse to Publish Incredibles 2 Tie-In Comics

Dark Horse to Publish Incredibles 2 Tie-In Comics

The Incredibles aren’t just returning to theaters. This summer, Dark Horse Comics will release a graphic novel and a three-issue miniseries that tie into Disney and Pixar’s upcoming Incredibles 2 film.

Liz Marsham and Nicoletta Baldari’s 48-page Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2: Heroes at Home graphic novel “finds Dash and Violet doing their best to help out at home while their mom and dad — Mr. and Mrs. Incredible — take on new and very different jobs. First, Dash and Violet must secretly go into Super mode when they interrupt criminal activity on a routine grocery trip to pick up some essentials! Then, helping out at home, their efforts to keep up with their chores are unknowingly obstructed by the innocent mischief of their little brother, Jack-Jack!”

The graphic novel will collect stories geared towards younger readers. These stories will follow Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack as they “balance their everyday lives with being secret Supers.”

RELATED: New Incredibles 2 Trailer Brings the Family Together

Written by Christos Gage and Landry Q. Walker and illustrated by Gurihiru, J.Bone, Andrea Greppi and Roberta Zanotta, Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2: Crisis in Mid-Life! & Other Stories collects part 1 of “Crisis in Mid-Life!,” part 1 of “Bedtime Story” and a standalone Jack-Jack story. Each issue boasts two original ongoing stories, with Jack-Jack-focused shorts in issues #1 and #2. The stories are set during and after the events of the film. According to the miniseries description,

While dedicating a new submarine, Mr. Incredible is interrupted by the dastardly Bomb Voyage — who is intent on crushing the crowd of onlookers underneath the sub! Mr. Incredible struggles to save the day, which has him questioning his super powers — could something be wrong? In “Bedtime Story” part 1, Bob tells Jack-Jack a bedtime story that has Violet and Dash calling foul: this battle from his glory days seems too amazing to be true. Then in his own adventure, at a visit to the park, Jack-Jack uses his powers to overcome a worthy opponent!

RELATED: Incredibles 2 Teaser Is the Most-Viewed Animated Movie Trailer Ever

That these Incredibles 2 comics landed at Dark Horse comes as something of a surprise, as Disney owns Marvel. However, since IDW is also publishing comics for Disney franchises like DuckTales, Tangled and Big Hero 6, it appears as though Disney isn’t afraid to share the love and spread its licenses to other comic publishers.

Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2: Heroes at Home graphic novel goes on sale for $7.99 on June 12, just days before the film hits theaters. The first issue of Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2: Crisis in Mid-Life! & Other Stories goes on sale July 11.

Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2: Crisis in Mid-Life! & Other Stories #1 cover by Gurihiru

Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2: Crisis in Mid-Life! & Other Stories #1 cover by Gurihiru

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Dynamite Confirms Creative Team for Charlie’s Angels Comics Series

Dynamite Confirms Creative Team for Charlie’s Angels Comics Series

Dynamite Entertainment has announced a creative team for its Charlie’s Angels comic book series, based on the classic television show. The series will be written by John Layman, co-creator of Chew, and illustrated by Joe Eisma, artist on Faith and co-creator of Morning Glories.

The new comic book series will feature the original members of Charlie’s Angels, Kelly, Jill and Sabrina in an adventure that spans the globe. The first issue will feature a number of cover variants, including one by David Finch and Jimmy Reyes, plus two from Eisma himself. Dynamite first announced plans for a Charlie’s Angels comic book series last October at New York Comic Con.

RELATED: Charlie’s Angels Is Coming To Comics in 2018

Charlie’s Angels #1 cover by Joe Eisma

Charlie’s Angels wasn’t a dark and gritty show; it was breezy fun set in an era that’s inherently silly, so you better believe I’m going to embrace that wholeheartedly,” Layman said in Dynamite’s press release. “I also plan on doing stuff that could never have been done on the show, given the limitations of a ‘70s TV budget. Comics aren’t constrained like that, so this is going to be a ‘bigger budget’ Charlie’s Angels, seeing the Angels in exotic locations, taking on cases that are bigger and more exciting than what we ever saw in the show. And I get to work with Joe Eisma, who is a pal and somebody I’ve always wanted to work with.”

Editor Matt Idelson added, “I remember the Charlie’s Angels classic TV series for two things: the fun goofiness that I was aware of, even at the age of six, and the fact that unlike most of the shows on TV at the time, the leads were all women. Getting to go back in time and revisit a show that, in a lot of ways, was ahead of the curve, yet had that flavor that all the shows then did, is a blast. Getting to work with John, who I’ve been pestering for years, is awesome. And getting to work with Joe, who I’ve learned is as nice a guy as his work is awesome, has already been a joy. The fun we’re having on this book is going to be infectious for the reader, I think.”

The show was created by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts with Aaron Spelling as executive producer for its 1976 to 1981 run, which included more than 100 episodes and starred Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith. The show was widely syndicated and also inspired a movie series spinoff, with two features in 2000 and 2003, plus a short-lived TV reboot in 2011.

Dynamite’s Charlie’s Angels is scheduled to debut in June in comic shops and digital platforms.

Charlie’s Angels #1 cover by Joe Eisma

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