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Yup, Orphan Black expands into the world of comics this week, and we can't wait to see what's in store for the Clone Club. Plus, Spider-Gwen swings into action in her very own standalone series, the heir to the Frakenstein name teams up with Frakenstein's monster, and much more. Here's what's new in this week's comics!


Dark Horse

  • Mister X - Razed #1 - Radiant City, the City of Dreams, has turned into the city of nightmares, and Mister X, its alleged creator, must keep vigil over it. Written By: Dean R. Motter. Artist: Dean R. Motter


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  • Suiciders #1 - A post-apocalyptic Los Angeles is home to a reality TV show where drug and tech-enhanced combatants fight to the death. Written By: Lee Bermejo Artists: Lee Bermejo


  • D4ve #1 - Robots may have risen up and wiped out humanity, but the banality of life rolls on for D4ve, a hero of the robot wars. How does a soldier go on to a life sitting at a desk? Written By: Ryan Ferrier Artist: Valentin Ramon
  • Orphan Black #1 - Sarah's life was changed when she discovered the murder of a woman who looked exactly like her. Now she's fully embedded in the world of Dyad and clones, and even more conspiracies emerge, in this new miniseries. Written By: John Fawcett, Various Artist: Szymon Kudranski
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutanimals #1 - Old Hob, Slash, Herman the Hermit Crab, Mondo Gecko and Pigeon Pete get their own spinoff series, where the kidnap of an old friend leads to an encounter with The Null Group. Written By: Paul Allor Artist: Andy Kuhn
  • Joe Frankenstein #1 - Joe Pratt encounters the Frankenstein Monster, and learns that he is the heir to the Frankenstein family name — and an enemy of the creatures of the night. Written By: Graham Nolan, Chuck Dixon Artist: Graham Nolan


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  • Criminal - Criminal returns to print with this special one shot. Teeg Lawless does time in a county jail cell, with only a comic book left by his former cellmate to keep him company. Written By: Ed Brubaker Artists: Sean Phillips, Elizabeth Breitweiser


  • Spider-Gwen #1 - After making her début in Spider-Verse, the spider-powered Gwen Stacy gets her own series! Written By: Jason Latour Artist: Javier Rodriguez
  • Thor Annual #1 - Three tales for three Thors - a young Odinson, the current Female Thor, and the Girls of Thunder - in this anthology annual. Written By: Jason Aaron, Various Artists: Rob Guillory, Various


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  • Curb Stomp #1 (Boom! Studios) - A war between rival gangs of women erupts, when one member murders a rival gang member. Written By: Ryan Ferrier Artist: Devaki Neogi
  • King Prince Valiant #1 (D.E.) - Arthurian Legends and High fantasy abound in this King revival of the classic Knight hero Prince Valiant. Written By: Nathan Cosby Artist: Ron Salas
  • The Black Hood #1 (Archie Comics) - A police officer is blinded in a gunfight, and turns to a life of heroics under a mask. Written By: Duane Swierczynski Artists: Michael Gaydos, Various.

Graphic Novels And Collections

Illustration for article titled iOrphan Black/is Clone Club Launch Their Own Comic-Book Adventures
  • 566 Frames (Fanfare/Borderline Press) - This polish autobiography tells the story of a Cartoonists' family, in 566 days. Written By: Dennis Wodja Artist: Dennis Wodja
  • Axis: Avengers And X-Men (Marvel) - A telepathic wave across the globe flips the moral compasses of Marvel's heroes and villains. Secrets are revealed, the Avengers are thrown into disarray, and a team of villains bands together to face the turned heroes. Written By: Rick Remender Artists: Various
  • Chaos (D.E.) - A band of supernatural anti-heroes see visions of an oncoming apocalypse, and rush to save the world from damnation - or to have a little fun in the chaos. Written By: Tim Seeley Artist: Mirka Andolfo
  • Dark Tower: Drawing of Three: Prisoner (Marvel) - Eddie Dean discovers the power to open doors to other worlds, leading to him dealing with supernatural forces and familiy tragedies.
  • Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy (Marvel) - Wolverine is no more, and the heroes and villains that knew him come together having been changed by the departure of a common friend (or foe). Written By: Various Artists: Various
  • Dredd: Urban Warfare (Rebellion/2000AD) - Set in the world of the Dredd movie, this comic follows Judge Dredd and Anderson in three tales of Mega City One after the events of the film. Written By: Arthur Wyatt, Matt Smith Artists: Paul Davidson, Henry Flint
  • Fade Out Volume One (Image) - The set of a problematic movie is home to this noir mystery of death and lies. Written By: Ed Brubaker Artists: Sean Phillips
  • GI Joe Volume One: The Fall of GI Joe (IDW) - Cobra has become an international peacekeeping force: does the world still need the Joes? Written By: Karen Traviss Artist: Steve Kurth
  • Hinges Book 1: Clockwork City (Image) - A young girl is new to the city of Cobble, and the only help she can rely on is her familiar. Written By: Meredith McClaren Artist: Meredith McClaren
  • Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood (Viz Media) - Jonathan Joestar's life changes when he meets his adopted brother Dio - but all Dio wants to do is see Jonathan suffer. Written By: Hirohiko Araki Artist: Hirohiko Araki
  • Judge Dredd: Anderson, PSI Division (IDW) - An adventure from Anderson's early days in the PSI division, where premonitions of an attack on an exhibition of Cursed Earth artifacts spark a new case for Cassandra. Written By: Matt Smith Artist: Carl Critchlow
  • Langley High Volume 1 (Arcana Studio) - Andrew Sullivan attends Langley High, a school for the children of CIA agents - but when his father goes missing, Andrew goes on the run to find out the truth. Written By: Christopher Cosmos, JC Spink Artist: Mario Gully
  • Love Volume 1: The Tiger (Magnetic Press) - A comic that follows the day in the life of a single Tiger, fighting off threats to its territory and hunting prey. Written By: Frédéric Brrémaud Artist: Federico Bertolucci
  • Maria The Virgin Witch Volume One (Kodansha Comics) - During the Hundred Years War, Maria, a witch who despises war, must use her magic to protect her village, even if they hate her for it. Written By: Masayuki Ishikawa Artist: Masayuki Ishikawa
  • Nurse Hitomi's Monster Infirmary Volume 1 (Seven Seas Entertainment) - Hitomi, a Cyclops nurse, starts a new job at a High school for monsters. Hilarity ensues? Written By: Shake-O Artist: Shake-O
  • Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula (:01 First Second) - The princess of the underworld is overworked and under-appreciated, but strikes up a friendship with a Vampire chef who may become something more to her. Written By: Andi Watson Artist: Andi Watson
  • Quantum and Woody Deluxe Edition (Valiant Entertainment) - Adopted brothers Eric and Woody, estranged after years of friendship, find themselves reunited after the murder of their father leads them into a life of costumed heroic antics. Written By: James Asmus Artists: Tom Fowler, Various
  • Returning (Boom! Studios) - People with Near Death Experiences are turning into paranoid, violent creatures, and when a young girl survives a horrifying experience herself, she sees friends and family turn on her. Written By: Jason Starr Artist: Andrea Mutti
  • Robyn Hood Volume One: Riot Girls (Zenescope Entertainment) - A modern day re-imagining of the legendary British prince of thieves sees a young woman gifted in archery skills do battle with drug lords in New York City. Written By: Patrick Shand Artist: Larry Watts
  • The Mighty Thor: Epic Collection - To Wake The Mangog (Marvel) - Classic adventures for the God of Thunder, as Thor does battle with Mangog to stop him from bringing about Ragnarok upon the Norse gods. Written By: Stan Lee Artist: Jack Kirby
  • Zombre: An Undead Anthology (Fanfare/Borderline Press) - 20 tales about the living dead are gathered in this collection of Zombie stories that are a little different from the usual shambling hordes. Written By: Various Artists: Various

Want to see what else is out this week? You can see the full list here - and find out where your nearest Comic Book Store is here!


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