Monkeybrain Comics sent us a sneak peek of titles arriving in the comiXology store this week.

Amelia Cole #4
$1.99 – Ages 12+ – Amelia Cole’s life was thrown into a blender in
issue 1, and the chaos hasn’t stopped yet! As she unlocks secrets of
her past, outside forces plot a dangerous course for her future! It’s
more action, magic, and excitement — barely contained within 22
full-color pages! Brace yourselves for AMELIA COLE AND THE UNKNOWN
WORLD issue 4, written by Adam P. Knave & D.J. Kirkbride, drawn by
Nick Brokenshire, and lettered by Rachel Deering!
Adam P. Knave, Writer
D.J. Kirkbride, Writer
Nick Brokenshire, Artist
Rachel Deering, Letterer

Link to purchase on Oct 31st:

Edison Rex #4
$.99 – Ages 12+ – Have Edison Rex’s sins come back to haunt him? The
specter of his defeated foe has been plaguing Edison’s restless dreams
for some time. But are the visitations now carrying over into his
waking life?
Chris Roberson, Writer
Dennis Culver, Artist
Stephen Downer, Colorist
John J. Hill, Letterer

Link to purchase on Oct 31st:

Wander #2
The history of The Ninth Kingdom is revealed, along with why Olive is
so hotly pursued. There’s also a piggy-back ride.
Kevin Church, Writer
Grace Allison, Artist and Colorist
Josh Krach, Letterer

Link to purchase on Oct 31st:

Spirit of the Law #1 of 2
$.99 – Ages 17+ – It’s the Great Depression, and Sammy Workman is
lucky to have a job — even as a mob hitman! But when a hit goes wrong,
Workman and his men find themselves stalked by the paranormal
vigilante they’ve accidentally created! You’ve seen plenty of
superhero origins– now, see one from the villains’ point of view! Part
one of a new two-part noir/pulp mashup from Brandon Seifert, creator
of WITCH DOCTOR and writer of DOCTOR WHO, and Michael Montenat, artist
Brandon Seifert, Writer
Michael Montenat, Artist
Ron Riley, Colors

Link to purchase on Oct 31st:

The Stars Below (one shot)
$.99 – Ages 9+ – In the tradition of such tales as “Stuart Little” and
“The Cricket in Times Square,” a young pigeon is literally swept into
the Hayden Planetarium and is awed by his first-ever view of the
stars. But when he finds you can’t see the stars from the streets of
New York, he sets off on a dangerous quest to reach the city’s highest
point — and realizes his dream in a way he never expected.
Zach Smith, Writer
Rich Ellis, Artist

Link to purchase on Oct 31st:

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