Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week.  Take the jump for Bad Dog #4, Morning Glories #8, and many more.

BAD DOG #4
story JOE KELLY, art & cover DIEGO GRECO
32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

“CREAM OF THE CROP,” Part One
Yes, we’re late… but we still love you, baby! We’re going to prove our love with drugs, violence and dysfunction — all hand crafted just for you! Lou calls for a road trip to Vegas — the most dangerous place on Earth for a werewolf in an existential crisis, not to mention the home turf of his mysterious shadow… BAKER.

RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

MICE TEMPLAR, VOL. III #3
story BRYAN J.L. GLASS & MICHAEL AVON OEMING, art VICTOR SANTOS, cover a MICHAEL AVON OEMING, cover b VICTOR SANTOS & VERONICA GANDINI
32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

“ROYAL DIVISION”
The Rat Druids bring even greater oppression upon the mouse citizens to quell all resistance to their rule. But Karic’s audacious attack on the king has generated a legend that is not so easily crushed. Aquila makes a reckless choice to aid the young mouse she loves. Royal Consort Lorelie tests the alliance between rat and weasel. And Captain Tosk returns, bringing order as only his iron gauntlet and heartless will can achieve.

The two-time Harvey Award-winning series continues, from the acclaimed writer of Valkyrie and Thor: First Thunder and the co-creator of POWERS!

MORNING GLORIES #8
story NICK SPENCER, art JOE EISMA, cover RODIN ESQUELJO
32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

What is Morning Glory Academy, and what does it want with Casey, Zoe, Hunter, Ike, Jade, and Jun? What mysteries connect the six of them to the school, and what is their true potential? This spellbinding issue brings us one step closer to the answers to those pivotal questions!

THE CHEW SCRIPT BOOK
story JOHN LAYMAN art & cover ROB GUILLORY
48 PAGES, FC, $4.99

Presenting a special behind-the-scenes, chock-full-o’-extras look of the New York Times best-selling, Eisner and Harvey award-winning, and inexplicably popular first issue of CHEW. Contains the entire first script, as well as penciled and preliminary art, and a detailed look at the entire process of putting the book together. An absolute must-have for anybody who must have this sort of stuff!

THE WALKING DEAD WEEKLY #11
story ROBERT KIRKMAN, art CHARLIE ADLARD, cover TONY MOORE
32 PAGES, BW, $2.99

Rick is finally getting settled into his new life. He’s got a roof over his head and a pretty secure shelter, and he’s surrounded by people who he’s come to know as friends. Over all, life is good. And after the last few months he’s been through he welcomes this change. But things can’t stay like this forever. Something bad looms just beyond the horizon — something really bad.

RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

TWILIGHT GUARDIAN #3 (OF 4)
story TROY HICKMAN, art SIDDHARTH KOTIAN, cover JEFFREY SPOKES

The Pilot Season Winner Returns in “Heroes and Villains” Part 3!
It’s a case of multiple personalities as Twilight Guardian is pitched several possible interpretations of her tireless war on crime in her very own comic book! Which identity will Twilight Guardian choose? And has her arch villain Dusk Devil finally come to confront her on her home turf?
Eisner-nominated creator and writer Troy Hickman (Common Grounds) and talented up-and-coming artist Siddharth Kotian (Eat The Dead) continue the highly anticipated four-issue mini-series. Issue #3 features a portrait of Twilight Guardians by Jeffrey Spokes (Witchblade, Irredeemable).

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