Amigo Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in January 2018.

Call of the Suicide Forest #1 (of 5)
Story: Desiree Bressend
Art: Ruben Gil
Cover: Toni Fejzula

Portia, an American student overwhelmed by her life, prepares to commit suicide in the “Suicide Forest”. The living and dead who make this forest their home will begin a struggle not only for Portia’s life… but also for her soul!
This miniseries is the sequel of the acclaimed graphic novel The Suicide Forest, written by El Torres with art by Gabriel Walta, masterfully written by Desiree Bressend with the artwork by Ruben Gil, but it can be read independently.

Tales of Rogues! #1
Writer: Roberto Corroto
Art: Ertito Montana
Color: Angel Lidon

Want to read more stories about Bram and Weasel? Tales of Rogues! are auto-conclusive comics by new, emerging hot artists! In this debut issue, our Rogues face one their oddest jobs: a nobleman has challenged them to test – and beat – the security of his fortress. And no thief has ever escaped from the Hall-Katraz castle!

Ertito Montana is the spectacular artist behind Street Tiger, and has also collaborated with Roberto Corroto in the amazing series Sicarios at Aces Weekly. Their approach to Rogues! in this self-conclusive story is one of the most hilarious the Bram and Weasel ever had!

SkyMasters of the Space Force
The Complete Sunday Scripts in Color. 1959-1960.
Writer/Art: Jack Kirby, Wallace Wood, Various
Cover: Wallace Wood

Produced by renowned letterer and comic expert Ferran Delgado, with the collaboration of the Kirby Museum!We are immensely proud to present you this oversized deluxe book compiling for first time ever a complete set of Sunday pages of Jack Kirby and Wally Wood‘s Sky Masters of the Space Force, presented in meticulously remastered color along with dozens of never-before-reprinted scrapbook panels!

It also contains plenty of extras, like twenty original color guides by Kirby himself, a huge section with original art, rare pieces and articles by main experts.

 

via Amigo Comics

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