It’s a big week for Boom! Studios as the company has five titles hitting the shelves on Wednesday, including Pulp Tales, a benefit comic to raise money for Josh Medors.  Take the jump for Pulp Tales, Cthulhu Tales #6, High Rollers #3, Necronomicon #3, Scream Queen #4, and Warhammer: Crown of Destruction #1.

Written by Christine Boylan, William Messner-Loebs
Drawn by Chee, Jon Reed

24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code (Cover A): JUN083755
Diamond Code (Cover B): JUN083756

The BOOM! Horrorverse spreads its tendrils into Cthulhu Tales in a sequel to the classic Lovecraft tale, “The Colour Out Of Time”, which BOOM!’s printer is threatening to charge extra for. Nothing but the best for our faithful BOOM! readers. BOOM! Studios, bringing you a black vortex of otherworldly insanity since 2005! Features to alternate covers by Scott Keating and PopArt Studios.


Written by Gary Phillips
Drawn by Sergio Carrera
24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99

Diamond Code: JUN083750

Award-winning mystery novelist Gary Phillips came to BOOM! with the best idea they’d heard yet. THE SOPRANOS was the soap opera of upper-class mob life. What do you get, Gary asked, when you transplant that tension to the African-American gangs in inner-city L.A.? Answer- you get the story of CQ, a young man who thought the mob was his family, until it turned on him, forcing him to fight against California’s crime families to stay alive! A potent mix of AMERICAN GANGSTER and THE WIRE for fans of Brubaker’s CRIMINAL.


Written by William Messner-Loebs
Drawn by Andrew Ritchie
24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99

Diamond Code: JUL083762

The history of the most infamous book known to man continues to unfurl! Student Ali Said is caught between the warring forces that want the Necronomicon’s power for their own – but Said knows that neither side intends to leave the world better off. In order to save mankind, Said will have to plumb the mysteries of the book itself – and pray that he can do so without going mad!


Written by Steve Niles, B. Clay Moore, Seth Peck, Kody Chamberlain, Josh Fialkov, and Tony Fleecs
Drawn by Sarah Wilkinson, Chris Samnee, Kody Chamberlain, Andy B and Tony Fleecs

Diamond Code (Regular Cover): JUL083759
24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code (Donation Cover): JUL083758
24pgs, FC, SRP: $9.99

Help BOOM! support comic book artist Josh Medors, recently diagnosed with cancer, by ordering the benefit comic book Pulp Tales! This twisted one-shot features all-new, action-packed stories by horror master Steve Niles, P.U.N.K.S’ Josh Fialkov and Kody Chamberlain, ’76’s B. Cloy Moore and Seth Peck, Capote in Kansas’ Chris Samnee, In My Lifetime’s Tony Fleecs, and more! Available in regular and prestige editions, prestige cover by Josh Medars! All proceeds will go to Josh Medon and his family.


Written by Brendan Hay
Drawn by Nate Watson

24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: JUN083752

BOOM!’s first horror-romance continues! Wrighty, the Shambling Terror of Rumson, continues to try to win the heart of high-schooler Molly by smiting her enemies. Oh, if only Wrighty’s idea of “exacting justice” didn’t involve hot tar, we’d make him a BOOM! editor. Writer Brendan Hay from THE BAILT SHOW continues to bring a AMERICAN PIE-meets-FRIDAY THE 13th darkness to his comedy. Or comedy to his darkness.

Written by Kieron Gillen
Drawn by Tony Parker

24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code Cover A : JUL083776
Diamond Code Cover B : JUL083777

When the Chaos-vermin Skaven rise from their endless burrows, there’s always a vile purpose in mind. So when a vast horde equipped with unfathomable weaponry sweep into a backwater of the Empire, disgraced Greatsword leader Frohlich knows there has to be a reason. But can he find out what it is before the thin shield of human steel shatters beneath an irresistible hail of warpstone bullets? Features two alternate covers, both by Karl Richardson.


via Boom! Studios


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