IDW Publishing has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Angel: Not Fade Away #3, From the Ashes #2, G.I. Joe: Origins #5, G.I. Joe Movie Adaptation #2 (of 4), and Star Trek: Crew #5.
Angel: Not Fade Away #3
Joss Whedon & Jeffrey Bell (story) â€¢ Scott Tipton (w) â€¢ Stephen Mooney (a & c)
When Joss Whedonâ€™s Angel series ended, the finale left fans gasping for breath they didnâ€™t recover until Angel: After the Fall. See the finale to the episode that nearly broke the Internet into tiny little shards, courtesy of Scott Tipton and Stephen Mooney.
Around the World in 80 Days HC
Jules Verne (w) â€¢ Chrys Millien (a & c)
Jules Verneâ€™s classic tale of adventure comes to life in this illustrated hardcover! Join Phileas Fogg and his companion Passepartout as they race around the globe trying to win a bet against the London Reform Club. From railway cars to steamboats, and with a colorful cast of characters the encounter along the way, Around the World in 80 Days is sure to please readers of all ages.
From the Ashes #2
Bob Fingerman (w & a & c)
Bob Fingermanâ€™s speculative memoir (starring Bob and his wife Michele) set in a post-apocalyptic and nuclear ravaged New York City continues as the duo discover there are worse things in this world than tentacled mutations, the walking dead, and cannibalistic foodies!
Ghost Whisperer: The Muse
Barbara Kesel (w) â€¢ Adriano Loyola, Brian Miller (a) â€¢
They call her their muse, but this goddess of art is killing artists, not just inspiring them. Can Melinda Gordon help cross over spirits who donâ€™t want to abandon their goddess? This all-new mini-series based on the hit CBS-TV show is written by Barbara Randall Kesel (Rogue Angel: Teller of Tall Tales), with art by Adriano Loyola (Gene Simmons Zipper).
G.I. Joe: The Best of Storm Shadow
Larry Hama(w) â€¢ Mike Vosburg, Larry Hama, Frank Springer, Rod Whigham, William Rosado (a) â€¢ DiVito (c)
Collecting the most incriminating comics moments of G.I. JOEâ€™s COBRA, this volume focuses on Storm Shadow, COBRAâ€™s silent killer. Read all about his sinister actions in classics issues like #24, 25, 38, 39, 42, and 43!
G.I. Joe: Origins #5
Larry Hama (w) â€¢ Mike Hawthorne (a) â€¢ Andrea DiVito, Tom Feister (c)
As the Joes close in on Chimeraâ€™s stronghold, an unbelievable new surprise is waiting for them. Meanwhile, Snake Eyes begins to do what he does bestâ€”and you wouldnâ€™t want to be on the receiving end of this skill, trust us!
G.I. Joe Movie Adaptation #2 (of 4)
Denton J. Tipton (w) â€¢ Casey Maloney (a) â€¢ Maloney (c)
Part 2 of this 4-part weekly series introduces us to the major characters of the G.I. JOE franchise in ways weâ€™ve never imagined! In stores July 8!
Star Trek: Crew #5
John Byrne (w & a &Â c)
What lies at the literal end of the universe? The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise are going to find out when they try to discover how entire star systems can simply vanish! Story and art by the inimitable John Byrne!
Star Trek TNG: The Last Generation
Andrew Steven Harris (w) â€¢ Gordon Purcell (a) â€¢ JK Woodward(c)
In this first-ever Myriad Universe tale, Starfleet is no more. The Federation lies in ruin & the Klingons have conquered Earth. But a resistance, led by Jean-Luc Picard, seeks to free humanity from Klingon rule. Now, finally, it may have the means to do it: An android named Data, who has scrutinized the timeline & discovered that things are not as they should be.
Transformers: Maximum Dinobots
Simon Furman (w) â€¢ Nick Roche (a) â€¢ Marcelo Matere (c)
At last, the ultimate confrontation between not just GRIMLOCK and his
somewhat-estranged fellow Dinobots, SLUDGE, SLAG, SNARL, and SWOOP, but also SUNSTREAKER/HUNTER, SCORPONOK, HOT ROD, Skywatch and a whole army of HEADMASTERS! Mayhem, machinations, melee, and, of course, Maximum Dinobots, all courtesy of TRANSFORMERS Ã¼ber-scribe Simon Furman and fan-favorite Nick Roche!
World War Robot 2
Ashley Wood (a & c)
Award-winning designer/artist Ashley Wood (Popbot, Zombies vs. Robots) continues the World War between a dwindling band of humans and robots that spans planets in this oversize (one foot long by one foot wide!) epic.