Larry Hama’s epic G.I. JOE series continues in G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero #232: Snake In The Grass, Part 3.
It’s the best comic you will ever read. I’ve been saying for nearly a decade. Read Atomic Robo, you can thank me in ten years when you finally decide to listen.
The Last Story of Agusta Wind (get it?) continues this week from IDW Publishing.
PRESS RELEASE – IDW Publishing, a subsidiary of IDW Media Holdings (OTC: IDWM), today announced a multi-year book sales and distribution partnership with Penguin Random House Publisher Services (PRHPS) exclusively for the trade bookstore market. The agreement takes effect April 2017.
The fallout from IDW Publishing’s Revolution series will be felt in December, when Revolutionaries arrives, featuring heroes and villains of the Hasbro universe teaming together to fight a greater evil.
I’ve really been fuming lately over the stranglehold Diamond has over comics distribution in the United States. For instance, if you want to put a great superhero book out, if you’re not part of the “bigger” companies, they’ll flat-out reject your series, no matter how good it is. “Too many superhero books,” they say, as I’ve heard from several Indie comics creators. Well, maybe someone’s finally doing something about it!