BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving next week.  Take the jump for a peek at Muppet Sherlock Holmes #3, Uncle Scrooge #397, and more.

MUPPET SHERLOCK HOLMES #3
Written by Patrick Storck
Drawn by Amy Mebberson
SC, 24 pgs, FC,(1 0F 4) SRP: $2.99
COVER: Amy Mebberson
Diamond Code: AUG100895

Holmes, Watson, and LeStrade go deep undercover to find the truth behind strange tunnels, missing sandwiches in the break room, suspicious paper jams, and maybe even some larceny! But will they learn the real truth behind “The Red-Headed League”?

UNCLE SCROOGE #397
Written by Paul Halas, Dave Angus
Drawn by José Maria Millet Lopez
SC, 24pgs, FC, SRP: $2.99
COVER: Diego Jourdan
Diamond Code: SEP100913

Danger stalks Duckburg – and it’s eating prunes and wearing a prison number. That’s right – the Beagle Boys are back, and there’s gonna be trouble for Scrooge, Launchpad, and the gang. Join us for the kind of derring-do only DuckTales and BOOM Kids! can serve up!

TOY STORY: TALES FROM THE TOY CHEST #2
Written by Jesse Blaze Snider
Drawn by Morgan Luthi
24pgs, FC, SRP: $2.99
COVER: Michale Cavallaro
Diamond Code: JUN100874

The adventure continues with Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jessie, Bullseye, and more in this series by the critically acclaimed team of Jesse Blaze Snider and Nathan Watson! With TOY STORY 3 burning up the box office, this is the only place to get all new stories featuring your favorite TOY STORY characters! This series has been called “The smartest kid’s book on the stands.” Find out why!

DARKWING DUCK: THE DUCK KNIGHT RETURNS TPB
Written by Ian Brill
Drawn by James Silvani
COVER: Magic Eye Studios
SC, 128 pgs, FC, SRP: $14.99
ISBN13: 978160886576-5
Diamond Code: SEP100901

Don’t miss the blockbuster, much heralded return of Darkwing Duck! Once St. Canard’s greatest protector, Darkwing Duck was known the world over as “The Terror That Flaps In The Night.” Now, mysteriously, DW has not been seen or heard from in well over a year – and St. Canard finds that evil is once again on the rise. But when a nefarious plan threatens everyone, Darkwing Duck knows it’s time for the Duck Knight to return! “Let’s Get Dangerous!” with Disney and BOOM! Studios as one of Disney’s most beloved characters makes a comeback in a brand new, original story collected for the first time in trade paperback!

28 DAYS LATER: BEND IN THE ROAD VOL. 2 TPB
Written by Michael Alan Nelson
Drawn by Declan Shalvey, Marek Olesicki
COVER: Tim Bradstreet
SC, 112 pgs, FC, SRP: $12.99
Diamond Code: SEP100871
ISBN13: 9781608866359

Finally available! They are trapped among The Infected. They have no supplies. Most of their crew has been killed. Selena, Clint and Derrick must get to London, but will they make it? Selena knows how to survive, but that was when she was trying to get out of London. Now she’s going back in. The saga continues in this epic, fan-favorite series!

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3 Comments

  1. Washbreeze
    November 5, 2010 at 11:30 am — Reply

    Laughed at the first panel Danger Mouse reference in Muppet Sherlock Holmes. Boom should get the rights to make a Danger Mouse comic.

  2. usher
    November 5, 2010 at 1:33 pm — Reply

    Even though I already bought the regular issues, I might pick up the trade paperback for Darkwing (maybe there is some additional stuff here?)
    I do hope they have plans for more DA series, like Bonkers or Tale Spin. I’d be sure to get all of them!

  3. November 5, 2010 at 3:38 pm — Reply

    There is an essay/afterword from creator Tad Stones in the Darkwing trade paperback, apparently dealing with Darkwing’s creation. Additionally, Ian Brill has said on Twitter that the book will contain some sketches from James Silvani. Seems as though it’ll be totally worth it.

    I, too, am hoping that we can expect more DA series, including an original DuckTales book. I’m glad I’m not the only one with interest in a Bonkers series! I’d love to see at least a miniseries to test the waters, like they did with Darkwing. Toons in a human world would probably look amazing in a modern comic.

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