BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of 28 Days Later #15, Incorruptible #10, Toy Story #7 and several other titles the company has arriving in stores this week.

Written by Michael Alan Nelson
Drawn by Alejandro Aragon
SC, 24 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
COVER: Declan Shalvey
Diamond Code: JUL100860

Selena finds a man trapped in a cage in the middle of a deserted city and she sets the man free. Selena quickly finds this to be one of the biggest mistakes she had ever made. The horror of The Infected arises again in this startling issue! Cover by Eisner Award-nominee Sean Phillips.

Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Horacio Domingues
SC, 24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
COVER A: Christian Nauck
COVER B: Peter Nguyen
Diamond Code: JUL100870

Supervillain-turned-superhero Max Damage is fighting the clock, trying desperately to stay awake long enough to become as strong as possible. But with his mind exhausted, how can he face his greatest challenge yet? Don’t miss this companion series to Mark Waid’s Eisner-nominated series IRREDEEMABLE.

Written by Jake Black
Drawn by Diego Jourdan
SC, 24 pgs, FC, SRP: $2.99
COVER A: Tanya Roberts
COVER B: Michael Cavallaro
Diamond Code: APR100848

The culprit behind the disappearing toys is revealed, and it’s up to Woody and Buzz to stop it! But can the remaining toys muster the strength to overcome their sinister foe?

Written by Phil Hester
Drawn by Brian Churilla
SC, 128pgs, FC, SRP: $16.99
ISBN13: 9781608860043
Diamond Code: APR100814

Holy warrior, unholy war. The Breeder and his monstrous offspring have been defeated, but the mysterious Wound has set his sights on The Anchor’s companion, Hofi. The Anchor must choose between finally learning the truth about his past or saving the life of the one he loves. The perfect jumping-on point for anyone who failed to get aboard the comic book juggernaut that is The Anchor! Collects issues #5-8.

Written by Philip K. Dick
Drawn by Tony Parker
HC, 144 pgs, FC, SRP: $24.99
ISBN13: 9781608865772
Diamond Code: APR100819

The book that inspired the film Blade Runner continues! Sci-fi author Philip K. Dick’s award-winning Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? has been called ‘a masterpiece ahead of its time, even today’ and served as the basis for Ridley Scott’s film Blade Runner. BOOM! Studios presents the complete novel transplanted to the comic book medium, mixing all new panel-to-panel continuity with the actual text from the novel in an innovative, ground-breaking series experiment illustrated by acclaimed artist Tony Parker! Collects issues #9-12, including Jonathan Lethem’s essay on being a Philip K. Dick fan.

Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Howard Chaykin, Emma Rios, Paul Azaceta, Diego Barretto
SC, 128 pgs, FC, SRP: $16.99
ISBN13: 978160886029651699
Diamond Code: JUN100853

The world’s most powerful hero, Plutonian, has leveled entire countries and continues to systemically destroy the allies he once called friends. How can the world defend itself against a vengeful god? Volume 4 presents the stunning resolution to the series’ explosive first year. Get all four volumes of this Eisner Award-nominated series and see why Irredeemable was named one of 2009’s best comic book debuts!

via BOOM! Studios

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Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment.

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1 Comment

  1. Rory
    October 4, 2010 at 6:11 pm — Reply

    I really wish The Anchor had succeeded. I really enjoyed it while it lasted.

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