Alterna Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in January 2018 – and all of the issues are just $1.50 each!

GO WEST #1 of 3
(W) Garrett Gunn
(A) Saint Yak, Sean Forney
$1.50, 32 pgs, Action/Western, Full Color, Newsprint Interior

Now seeking a life of peace, “Slade the Blade” used to be one of the deadliest men in the New West. But when his family is brutally murdered, Slade embarks on one of the grimmest, grittiest, and goriest tales of revenge that the world has ever seen.


 

 

DOPPELGANGER #2 of 4
(W) Jordan Hart
(A) Emmanuel Xerx Javier
$1.50, 32 pgs, Horror, Full Color, Newsprint Interior

Dennis decides he must fight to reclaim his life. He turns to his best friend, Riccardo, to help develop a plan to kill his Doppelgänger. The two conjure up a solid strategy, but it will force Dennis to be brave, confrontational, and forceful… three characteristics he’s never possessed.


 

 

MR. CRYPT #3 of 3
(W) Troy Vevasis
(A) Aleksandar Jovic
$1.50, 32 pgs, Humor, Full Color, Newsprint Interior

Mr. Crypt and Baron Rat make their triumphant return in the final story of this 3 issue mini! After earning a well-deserved vacation, Mr. Crypt soon discovers that this will be a trip like no other. Also: find out what Baron Rat does when Mr. Crypt isn’t home!


 

 

AMAZING AGE #5 of 5
(W) Matthew D. Smith
(A) Jeremy Massie, Christine Brunson
$1.50, 32 pgs, Full Color, Newsprint Interior

Heroes and villains collide in this dimension-splitting conclusion! Can Sam finally summon the power of “Mr. Might” to rescue his friends and allies? And even if the battle is won, will our three heroes ever return home?? Find out in the senses-shattering final issue!

 

via Alterna Comics

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