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Upcoming furry comics for April 2013 (Previews and Marvel Previews)

Edited as of Mon 26 May 2014 - 00:56
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Treesong used to complain about zombie comic books a lot; he’d not be happy to see The Walking Dead #100 take the #1 spot on the December sales list. I guess Image was all like, “My Little Pony beat us as the number one non-Marvel-or-DC book last month? And they don’t even have a book out this month? Well, I guess we’ll just have to beat everybody instead!”

Aardvark Vanaheim

Cerebus Volume 7: Flight
Trade Paperback
Art and writing by Dave Sim
Black and white, US $20.00
“The fight between the newly established matriarchy and the opposing daughterarchy ensnares Cerebus as he tries to regain the power he lost when the matriarchal Cirinists took over.”

Cerebus Volume 8: Women
Trade Paperback
Art and writing by Dave Sim
Black and white, US $20.00
“The second chapter in the epic Mothers & Daughters storyline.”

Abrams Comicarts

Raven Girl
Art and writing by Audrey Niffenegger
80 pages, full color, US $19.95
“Once there was a Postman who fell in love with a Raven. So begins the tale of a postman who encounters a fledgling raven while on the edge of his route and decides to bring her home. The unlikely couple falls in love and conceives a child – an extraordinary raven girl trapped in a human body. The raven girl feels imprisoned by her arms and legs and covets wings and the ability to fly. Betwixt and between, she reluctantly grows into a young woman, until one day she meets and unorthodox doctor who is willing to change her.”

Antarctic Press

Gold Digger #200
Art and writing by Fred Perry
32 pages, full color, US $2.99
“200th issue special. 50 regular black-and-white issues and 150 regular color issues combine to make this bicen-tastic anniversary landmark! Written with new readers in mind as well as the already faithful, this issue has it all! Gina heads off on a dangerous expedition to a lost Mayan temple on Monster Island, and this one time, everyone’s available to come help out. For the first time, Gina embarks on an expedition with an army of experts to assist, and she’s going to need every one of them to help with what she faces!”

Ape Entertainment

Sesame Street #1: Imagination
Written by Jason M. Burns, art by Amy Mebberson
28 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Sunny Day! Chase the clouds away as Sesame Street comes to comics for the first time! Join Elmo, Big Bird, Grover, Cookie Monster and all of your favorites in this fantastic first issue! Featured in this issue, Elmo decides to become a superhero, but he doesn’t have any powers! It will be up to the always lovable Super Grover to teach Elmo that he can have any superpowers he wants, because he already has the greatest superpower – imagination!”

Sesame Street I Is for Imagination
Written by Jason M. Burns, art by Amy Mebberson
32 pages, full color, US $7.99
“Sunny Day! Chase the clouds away with this special hardcover edition of Sesame Street: I is for Imagination as Sesame Street, the most beloved and long-running children’s property comes to comics for the first time! Join Elmo, Big Bird, Grover, Bert & Ernie, Cookie Monster and all of your favorites! This book includes all the material from Sesame Street #1, plus an additional story in a gorgeous hardcover perfect for fans young and old!”

Arcana Studio

Trade paperback
Written by Sean Patrick O’Reilly, art by Asta Gunn
44 pages, full color, US $6.95
“On the distant planet of Otarius, invaders from the Birshh Dynasty have captured and enslaved the native Otarans. Pushed on by the ruthless Governor, timid Dr. Bjork conducts horrific experiments to create a superior breed of slave. Years later, Birshh-Otoran hybrids are raised in captivity, dependent on breathers – life-saving gasmasks that filter the Otarian air they, as hybrids, cannot tolerate. Two siblings, Dhrmmn and Lilli, strive to prove worthy of the Dynasty, to earn privileges for their half-breed kind.”

Zoo Dot Com
Trade Paperback
Art and writing by Matt McCray
74 pages, full color, US $9.95
“In order to cut costs, the Zoo decided it would be a good idea to have the animals run their IT department and website.”

Archie Comic Publications

Mega Man #25
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Matt Herms and Patrick Spaz Spaziante
32 pages, full color, US $2.99
“When Worlds Collide part 4 of 12. It’s Sonic versus Mega Man – Round Two! Celebrate 25 issues of Mega Man with the throwdown brawl to end all throwdown brawls! The Blue Bomber has the home field advantage this time; can Sonic keep up in this unfamiliar city? Meanwhile, Drs. Eggman and Wily make their boldest move yet in their master plan! This milestone issue marks the dramatic conclusion to the first arc in the biggest crossover story of 2013! Featuring a stunning gatefold cover by Sonic/Mega Man art legend Patrick Spaziante, and a special E.F.F. (a.k.a. Evil Friends Forever) variant featuring Drs. Eggamn and Wily on a (presumably evil) bicycle built for two!”

Sonic the Hedgehog #248
Written by Ian Flynn, art by John Workman and Patrick Spaz Spaziante
32 pages, full color, US $2.99
“When Worlds Collide part 3 of 12. It’s Sonic versus Mega Man – Round One! The fight that every fan of both the Blue Blur and Blue Bomber has been waiting for is here at last, and it looks like Sonic’s got the hometeam advantage! Can Mega Man cope with the Blue Blur in a land of loops? Meanwhile, Dr. Wily is concerned his old rival might cause problems, which sets Dr. Eggman’s sites on Dr. Light! Don’t miss a moment of this historic crossover event as the heroic fights and evil friendships rage on! Continues in this month’s Mega Man #25!”

Sonic Universe #51
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Jim Amash and Patrick Spaz Spaziante
32 pages, full color, US $2.99
“When Worlds Collide part 2 of 12. The crossover event of 2013 continues here! There are strange things afoot as Mega Man’s world is menaced by a super-fast, blue attacker. Sonic’s world is being stalked by a blue-armored figure with a cannon for an arm. Could these mysterious villains be Sonic and Mega Man? Or are they some kind of sinister copies? Mistaken identities and explosions galore in this explosive second part to the historic Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man crossover! Continues in this month’s Sonic the Hedgehog #248!”
crossie’s note: Alphabetical order kind of messed that one up …

Sabrina the Teenage Witch: The Magic Within Volume 2
Trade Paperback
Writing and art by Tania Del Rio
240 pages, black and white, US $10.99
“Sabrina Spellman is your average teenager by day, attending Greendale High where her crush Harvey plays for the school basketball team. But by night, Sabrina enters the Magical Realm, where she hones her witchcraft and attends charm school with the handsome and mysterious Shinji. Sabrina deals with her two eccentric aunts and her conflicting lives in the Mortal and Magic Realms! Featuring the fan-favorite manga-style art and supernatural stories of the multi-talented Tania del Rio.”

Sonic Super Special Magazine #7
Trade Paperback
Art by Lamar Wells
128 pages, full color, US $9.99
“Celebrate 20 years of Sonic the Hedgehog comics with this very special edition of the Sonic Super Special Magazine! Join the party and grab yourself a front row seat to this collection of Sonic-comic firsts, greatest moments, and highlights from the longest-running video game-inspired comic book series in history! Over 100 pages of comics, news and features, available for the first time in one place in this deluxe, magazine-sized collection! Also featured is an exclusive interview with the longest-running artist still working on the Sonic comics today – inker Jim Amash!”

Sonic the Hedgehog: The Complete Comic Encyclopedia
Trade Paperback
Written by Ian Flynn, art by Patrick Spaz Spaziante
192 pages, full color, US $16.99
“For the Sonic fan on the go and those who want to know it like the pros, this is the long-anticipated official source for Sonic the Hedgehog comic info! Includes new, exclusive information not yet revealed in the comic itself and packed with entertaining character and location listings that definitively explain Sonic’s world, Mobius. It’s a big place that has been featured in hundreds of issues of stories – the longest running video game inspired hit comic ever!”

Avatar Press

Ferals #14
Written by David Lapham, art by Gabriel Andrade
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated MR
“The government is closing in and a Feral extinction event seems certain. Dale Chesnutt must control the monster inside him and find a way to save the people that he has endangered. But before he can do that … he must face the ancient father wolf.”

Big Dog Ink

The Legend of Oz: The Wicked West #7
Written by Eric M. Esquivel, art by Carlos Reno and Nei Ruffino
28 pages, full color, US $3.50
“The intertwined history of Jack Pumpkinhead and the Emerald City takes a twisted turn.”

The Legend of Oz: The Scarecrow #1
Written by Patrick Shand, art by Carlos Reno and Nei Ruffino
28 pages, full color, US $3.50
“In the land known as Oz, nearly anything is possible. Including the creation of a magical young girl who is far more than the sum of her parts. She is The Scarecrow. Presented for the first time is a story from before Dorothy came to Oz, and before the Scarecrow knew what evil was.”

Ursa Minor #6
Written by Tom Hutchison, art by Ian Snyder, Luis Guerrero and Natalie Sanders
28 pages, full color, US $3.50, mature themes
“Naomi meets Lady Bathory in a battle to the death. But even if Naomi wins, the cost may be too high.”

Boom! Studios

Adventure Time #15
Written by Ryan North, art by Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“A stand-alone issue leading into the new arc! A perfect jumping-on point for new readers! Join Jake the Dog and Finn the Human in this totally topsy-turvy take on the Land of Ooo! The best all-ages series of 2012 continues!”

Adventure Time: Fionna & Cake #4 (of 6)
Art and writing by Natasha Allegri
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“The fan-favorite Adventure Time series continues! The Flame Boy rescued by Fionna and Cake has a secret… Will returning him to his fire lion pride finally reveal it?”

Peanuts #8
Art and writing by Charles M. Schulz and Vicki Scott
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“As Lucy struggles to break Linus of his new weird balloon-blowing obsession, Linus must teach her to embrace his new-found talent. Can Lucy make Linus into the normal brother she so desperately wants him to be? Charles Schulz’s beloved creations keep going strong with all-new stories mixed with the adored Schulz original Sunday strips!”

Planet of the Apes: Cataclysm #8
Written by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman, art by Damian Couceiro
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Buried deep beneath the Planet of the Apes! Left to their own devices, Milo and Cornelius must find their way out of the dark and survive long enough to warn Doctor Zaius of the grave threat bubbling in the dark … Only from the acclaimed writers Gabriel Hardman (Hulk, Agents of Atlas), Corinna Bechko (Heathentown, Fear Itself: The Home Front) and fan-favorite artist Damian Couceiro, the cataclysm continues on the Planet of the Apes!”

Garfield #12
Written by Mark Evanier, art by Andy Hirsch and Mike DeCarlo
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“After last month’s trip to Planet Dorkon, we head back to Earth with two all-new hilarious short stories. Springtime is in full bloom, and so is Garfield’s appetite!”

Regular Show #1
Written by K.C. Green, art by Allison Strejlau
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Regular Show … it’s anything but! Cartoon Network’s powerhouse series now has its own comic book series! Hot on the heels of the smash hit adaptation Adventure Time, KaBoom! Unveils the next all-ages comic phenomenon! Join Mordecai the Bluejay and Rigby the Raccoon, a couple of best bros in their twenties just trying to chill for a bit, man. But when you’re livin’ in as crazy a world as they are, no day can be called … regular!”

Adventure Time Vol. 1: Playing with Fire
Trade Paperback
Written by Danielle Corsetto, art by Zack Sterling
160 pages, black and white, US $11.99
“An all-new Adventure Time original graphic novel! Join Flame Princess, alongside Finn and Jake, as she leaves the Flame Kingdom and goes on her very first adventure! Written by acclaimed cartoonist Danielle Corsetto (Girls with Slingshots) and drawn by rising star Zack Sterling (Bravest Warriors, Adventure Time). A pocket balck and white edition appealing to fans of Scott Pilgrim and Japanese manga!”

Dark Horse

Abe Sapien: Dark and Terrible #1
Written by Mike Mignola and Scott Allie, art by Dave Stewart and Sebastian Fiumara
32 pages, full color, US $3.50, on sale Apr. 3
“On the run from the B.P.R.D., a mutated Abe Sapien traverses a devastated America, with monster corpses scattered around the cities in ruin.”
crossie’s note: Abe is a sort of fish man, so that’s sort of furry, right?

To Hell You Ride #5 (of 5)
Written by Lance Henriksen and Joseph Maddrey, art by Tom Mandrake and Cris Peter
32 pages, full color, US $3.99, on sale Apr. 10
“In a small town plagued by a vicious Indian curse and twisted environmental science, an angry, self-destructive man must come to terms with his haunted past to preserve what is left of his home.”
crossie’s note: A case of “I have no idea what this is about, but the cover is furry.”


Animal Man #19
Written by Jeff Lemire, art by Steve Pugh and Jae Lee
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated T+, on sale Apr. 3
“As Animal Man’s popularity grows, the paparazzi follow him everywhere. But is there one place he wishes they just wouldn’t go?”
crossie’s note: It’s the bathroom, right? My guess is the bathroom.

Looney Tunes #212
Written by Sholly Fisch, art by Robert Pope and Scott McRae
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated E, on sale Apr. 3
“Bugs Bunny makes a wrong turn at Albuquerque and ends up in Rocky and Mugsy’s jail cell! Can Bugs be their way out? Or will they realize there’s no place like home?”

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #32
Written by Sholly Fisch, art by Scott Neely and Scott Gross
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated E, on sale Apr. 3
“Famed movie director Albert Hatchplot is being haunted by the greatest menaces from his most famous movies! Can Scooby and the gang survive the crazed birds and killer crop dusters long enough to discover the truth?”

Threshold #4
Written by Keith Giffen, art by Tom Raney, Scott Kolins and Howard Porter
40 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T, on sale Apr. 10
“What is the only cosmic entity strong enough to trap The Hunted in the city they’re hiding?”
crossie’s note: Team with Captain K’rot the space bunny.

Digital Manga

Trade Paperback
Art and writing by Osamu Tezuka
200+ pages, black and white, US $12.95, rated 13+, on sale Apr. 24
“Playful, ingenious and appropriate for all agaes, Tezuka’s fresh take on his classic Astro Boy character will charm nostalgic grown-ups and clever kids. As gentle and humane as it is exciting, Atomcat also nurtures a positive outlook for children who might feel like they don’t quite fit in. Reading the Astro Boy comic book with his dad is Tsugio’s one refuge from the bullies at his school. One day he finds an abandoned kitten, and names it after the robot hero to convince his family to keep it. But after a strange encounter with aliens honeymooning on Earth, Tsugio’s shocked to find his cat can speak – and has all of Astro Boy’s powers. Sworn to secrecy, Tsugio and Earth’s tiniest hero together fight raging fires, awakened mummies and more!”

Fantagraphics Books

The Complete Crumb 5: Happy Hippy Comix
Trade Paperback
Art and writing by R. Crumb
144 pages, partial color, US $19.99
“Continuing our ongoing commitment to keep the canonic Complete Crumb Comics series available, we reprint most often-demanded volumes. Vol. 5: Happy Hippy Comix spotlights the period from late-1967 through 1969, including the second issue of ZAP Comix, the introduction of Angelfood McSpade, Mr. Natural, a long Fritz story, an alternate version of the Cheap Thrills album cover, and more!”

The Complete Crumb 8: The Death of Fritz the Cat
Trade Paperback
Art and Writing by R. Crumb
144 pages, partial color, US $19.99
“Vol. 8: Starring Fritz the Cat covers the years 1971-1972 and features one of Crumb’s most notorious comics, The Death of Fritz the Cat, as well as Whiteman Meets Bigfoot, the complete Big Ass #2 and Mr. Natural #2, wild jams and loads of photos!”

Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse Color Sundays Vol. 1: Call of the Wild
Art and writing by Floyd Gottfredson
280 pages, full color, US $29.99
“Floyd Gottfredon’s Mickey Mouse series makes the jump from black and white to vibrant color. Many of these classic Sunday strips from 1932-1935 have never before been reprinted and have been restored from Disney’s archives and enhanced with a meticulous recreation of the strips’ original color. Call of the Wild also brings you more than 30 pages of supplementary features such as rare behind-the-scenes art, vintage publicity material, and fascinating commentary by a prismatic pack of Disney scholars. This is a collection that fans have been seeking for a lifetime!”


My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #6
Written by Katie Cook, art by Amy Mebberson and Stephanie Buscema
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Nightmare Moon returns! But it’s not the same old Nightmare Moon! Someone new, someone close to our heroes, has taken the mantle! What will the ponies do when the danger hits so close to home? Read it and find out!”

My Little Pony: Micro-Series #3 (of 6) Rarity
Written by Katie Cook, art by Andy Price and Amy Mebberson
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Rarity is in need of some well-deserved R & R after working hard on her new fashion line. A sweet spa retreat turns sour when Rarity learns that the establishment is a little too down to earth! How will this resourceful pony make the best out of this rustic situation? Read on to find out!”
crossie’s note: I still say it sounds like pony Deliverance.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #21
Written by Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman, art by Kevin Eastman
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“In this special issue drawn by TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman, the Turtles have struggled to survive against unstoppable enemies and impossible odds. The time has come for the next stage of their training to begin. The lesson turns deadly, though, when a mysterious new opponent arrives and teaches the Turtles they have much left to learn!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Color Classics Micro-Series: Leonardo
Art and writing by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Revisit this TMNT Mirage classic in full glorious color! It’s Christmas and Leonardo is on his own as he fights hordes of attacking Foot Clan across the rooftops of NYC! And if the surprise ambush isn’t enough, just wait until Leo finds out who ordered it.”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villain Microseries #1 (of 4): Krang
Written by Joshua Williamson, art by Mike Henderson and Tyler Walpole
32 pages, full color, US $3.99
“Krang was not always the feared warlord he is today. Once he was the spoiled prince of a falling dynasty. One disastrous mission to a penal colony planet changed all of that! Stranded by himself and surrounded by enemies, Krang faces the ultimate test for survival! See how this seemingly helpless alien grew to become a legend … and a leader!”

Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 2
Trade Paperback
Written by Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman, art by Jim Lawson
116 pages, full color, US $19.99
“Volume 2 contains issues #5-7 including the stories Complete Carnage and Radical, Leatherhead and The Return of Savanti Romero. Includes all the pinups and extra art from each issue.”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Works Vol. 1
Art and writing by Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman
308 pages, full color, US $49.99
“The first seven issues of the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series plus the Raphael Micro-Series issue are collected in this hardcover collection, reproduced in full color!”

Image Comics

Mice Templar IV: Legend #1
Written by Bryan J.L. Glass and Michael Avon Oeming, art by Michael Avon Oeming and Victor Santos
48 pages, full color, US $3.99, rated T, on sale Apr. 3
“A Dangerous Faith. Long ago, the valiant Templar destroyed themselves through a vicious civil war, allowing the bloodthirsty crusade of the tyrant king Icarus to destroy mouse culture. Yet the inspiring tale of the young mouse Karic promises to restore the fractured Templar and overthrow the mad king. But while some accept Karic as a prophesy for good, still others see his rising legend as an omen of evil. Thus begins the climactic chapter in the epic saga of hope and despair, of tragedy and triumph, and where every secret will at last be revealed.”

Super Dinosaur #20
Written by Robert Kirkman, art by Jason Howard and Cliff Rathburn
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, rated E, on sale Apr. 24
“In the aftermath of their first battle with Tyrannosaurus X, Derek and Super Dinosaur get … fancy!”

Hack/Slash Vol. 12
Trade Paperback
Written by Justin Jordan and James Lowder, art by Daniel Leister, Matt Merhoff, Emilio Laiso and Tim Seeley
160 pages, full color, US $19.99, rated T+, on sale Apr. 3
“This volume collects the acclaimed issues written by guest stars Justin Jordan (Luther Strode), James Lowder and Micahel Morece & Steve Seeley (Hoax Hunters) as well as the rare crossover with Mercy Sparx. On a trip back to Chicago, Vlad encounters his extended family, a mob of inbred cannibals; while Cat Curio takes the stage in a solo adventure. Then Cassie and Vlad feel the toll of a slasher who can come back every few minutes.”

Trade Paperback
Written by Grant Morrison, art by Darick Robertson
112 pages, full color, US $12.99, rated M, on sale Apr. 17
“Meet Nick Sax – a corrupt, intoxicated ex-cop turned hit-man, adrift in a stinking twilight world of casual murder, soulless sex, eczema and betrayal. With a hit gone wrong, a bullet in his side, the cops and the mob on his tail, and a monstrous child killer in a Santa suit on the loose, Nick and his world will be changed forever this Christmas. By a tiny blue horse called Happy …”

Kodansha Comics

Animal Land Volume 7
Trade Paperback
Art and writing by Makoto Raiku
208 pages, black and white, US $10.99
“Orphaned after her parents were killed by Lynxes, Monoko is the only tanuki (raccoon dog) in her village without a family, until she finds a human baby in a river. In Animal Land, a world inhabited solely by animals, this human child is a mystery this baby is Monoko’s only chance at having a family and she is determined to raise the human child as her own. Animal Land is a quirky story about Monoko and the mysterious human baby.”

Lerner Publishing Group

Chicagoland Detective Agency Volume 5: The Bark in Space
Trade Paperback
Written by Trina Robbins, art by Tyler Page
64 pages, black and white, US $6.95
“Chicagoland can’t get much weirder than this: Raf, Megan and Bradley have been abducted by aliens from the planet Fnarf III! And not just your ordinary, everyday aliens, either. These extraterrestrials are intelligent canines, as smart as Bradley, who come from a world where dogs rule and humans drool. And they have a case Bradley can really sink his teeth into: the Fnarfian princess has gone missing, and the space-dogs need help from planet Earth to track her down. After uncovering zombies, mummies, were-mutts and ghosts, is the Chicagoland Detective Agency up to the job of investigating their first interstellar caper?”

The Little Prince Volume 5: The Star Snatcher’s Planet
Trade Paperback
Written by Guillaume Dorison, art by Elyeum Studio
56 pages, full color, US $7.95
“The Chlorophyllians, a farming people, are having serious problems with their crops – all the plants are dying. The Little Prince can see that the problem is fading starlight, which has a direct influence on all plant life on the planet. Someone called the Astronomer is uprooting the stars and planets from the sky, to create a perfect replica of the night on the roof of his tree-house hideout. And his next target is the Little Prince’s own home!”
crossie’s note: Essentially, The Little Prince as an ongoing comic book series, complete with sidekick fox.

The Little Prince Volume 6: The Planet of the Night Globes
Trade Paperback
Written by Guillaume Dorison, art by Elyeum Studio
“When the Little Prince arrives on planet Voltaine, the nights are as bright as day, with rings of streetlamps flooding the city. These are supposed to protect the inhabitants from the Globes, strange creatures that only come out after dark and, it’s said, can turn people to stone. But is the real problem the streetlamp seller? He’s firing up the fear of the people, but to what end?”


Guardians of the Galaxy #2
Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Steve McNiven
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T+
“While London deals with the brutal Badoon invasion, the fate of the Guardians of the Galaxy may have been decided millions of miles away.”

Nova #3
Written by Jeph Loeb, art by Ed McGuinness
32 pages, US $3.99, rated T
“It’s time for Sam Alexander’s Training Day. And with the Guardians of the Galaxy’s Gamora and Rocket Raccoon in charge, Nova soon learns that old lesson practice makes painful!”

United Plankton Pictures

SpongeBob Comics #19
Written by David Lewman, art by Gregg Schigiel
“Squidward has moved away with no forwarding address, and SpongeBob and Patrick must scour the globe in search of their best buddy. And what better way to search for a missing friend than taking a long bus trip and yelling Squidward out the window nonstop? It all happens in Farewell Squidward! And in Monstah Lobstah Cometh, Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy remember their first encounter with a deadly, but delicious, foe. All this plus a 4-page doodle comic, a tense shopping moment with Mrs. Puff, and the secret to Squidward’s most perfect clarinet performance.”


Fables #128
Written by Bill Willingham, art by Mark Buckingham and Joao Ruas
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, mature readers, on sale Apr. 17
“Bigby howls back to Castle Dark for a showdown with Prince Brandish for the hand of his/their wife, Snow White. Will anyone walk away alive?”

Fairest #14
Written by Bill Willingham, art by Barry Kitson and Adam Hughes
32 pages, full color, US $2.99, mature readers, on sale Apr. 3
“Dating is hard for everyone in this stand-alone tale – but it’s especially tricky if you’re a gorgeous tree nymph from Fabletown. Princess Alder tells her tales of woe to Reynard the fox in a special issue written by Fables writer/creator Bill Willingham and featuring the art of superstar Barry Kitson (The Amazing Spider-Man).”

Zenescope Entertainment Inc.

Unleashed #1
Written by Pat Shand
48 pages, full color, US $5.99
“Belinda returns in this amazing double-issue that kicks off the biggest Grimm event to date! The Being’s end game is set in motion as a portal is opened leading into the shadow realm – a realm where a legion of monsters has been trapped for centuries … until now. Heroes must join forces with four time-lost monster hunters to stand against a threat whose power may be unlimited. But they’re about to get some help in the form of a powerful ally in Belinda! A shadow has fallen over the Grimm universe and nothing will ever be the same!”


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