A selection of some of the most interesting looking sci-fi and horror graphic novels out now, April 4th, 2018.
(If you’re looking for Marvel or DC comics, you’re probably looking in the wrong place.)
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Note: This one looks scary as hell in a semi-believable sort of way.
CHAPTER ONE Five years from now: the security of the internet has been totally destroyed. Secrets are no longer sent over the web, they’re entrusted to armed couriers called “Ledger Men,” like human punching-bag Jack McGinnis. He’s got a gun in one hand and a briefcase handcuffed to the other. Danger lurks around every corner, and Jack has to watch his back—because he had a part in the cyber attack that changed the world. Get in on the ground floor of this new ongoing series and thrill as we slam Jack’s fist into the faces of spies, mercs, fascists, and eventually less punchable adversaries like a very grumpy artificial intelligence. From your new favorite artist, DAVID O’SULLIVAN, and GERRY DUGGAN, The New York Times bestselling author of such indie titles as Deadpool, Star Wars: Chewbacca, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Uncanny Avengers!
Shade, the Changing Woman #2
Shade has a new body that’s all her own, but does that mean she also requires a new life, one of her making, as well? River, Teacup and the rest of the Valley Ville crew have moved on, and so must she. But creating a life from scratch isn’t as easy as getting a new body, especially when all you have is the memory of what you had.
Star Trek: Discovery Annual 2018
The U.S.S. Discovery is a ship unlike any the galaxy’s ever seen, developing tech based on an unstable mycelial network… and it is all in the hands of Science Officer Lt. Stamets, tasked with perfecting it to win the war against the Klingons.
Note: I know this one is not sci-fi and probably not horror, but I don’t care. The title made me laugh.
Colourful and character-filled story about a strong-minded young pug and the adventures she gets up to with her band of physically disfigured toys.
Part I: A young pug becomes fixated on a dinosaur who seems to be the centre of all her problems.
Written by Dawn Hargy, Illustrated by Owain Davies
Part II: Eight years later, Molly’s obsession with “that dinosaur” leads to the ultimate showdown.
Written & Illustrated by David Louden