28 days later
BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of 7 Psychopaths #2, 28 Days Later #12, The Armory Wars: In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 #2, Disney’s Hero Squad: Ultraheroes #6, Incorruptible #7, The Incredibles #10, and the Dingo trade paperback.
BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of 28 Days Later #11, Codebreakers #3, Irredeemable #14, The Muppet Show Comic Book #6, and Walt Disney Comics and Stories #707. You can check out the new issues arriving this week, but making the simple decision to take the jump!
If you escaped from hell, would you go back just because someone asked you to? It seems that is what our heroine, Selene has done, as we follow her continuing adventures after the events of the movie 28 Days Later. Why does the man named Clint want her to go back to infected London, and why does she agree to it?
Boom! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of28 Days Later #5, Dingo #2, Donald Duck and Friends #349, Kill Audio #4, Mickey Mouse and Friends #299, and The Muppet Show Comic Book: The Treasure of Peg-Leg Wilson, all of which arrive in stores on January 6, 2009.
Boom! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores December 02, 2009. Take the jump for 28 Days Later #4, Dingo #1, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep #6, Donald Duck and Friends #348, The Incredibles #3, Kill Audio #3, and the Unthinkable trade paperback.
Boom! Studios seems to be on a roll lately with a large number of its titles selling out and going back to press.Â The company announced three titles (28 Days Later #3, Kill Audio #1, and Walt Disney Comics and Stories #699) have sold out and are headed back to the printers. Those stores that want to get more copies in, can get them immediately through the new Boom! Studios relationship with Haven Distributors that was announced last week. WALT DISNEY’S COMICS & STORIES #699 is written by Ricardo Secchi with interior art by Stefano Turconi. The first printing shipped
From the pages of the blockbuster British horror movie of 2002, return to infected England as Selena guides a band of reporters into the heart of the disease. Can these seasoned war correspondents adapt to the reality of a plague torn England, or will they be the death of Selena?
Plenty of good stuff coming from Boom! Studios this week, as 28 Days Later #3, The Anchor #1, Farscape: D’Argo’s Trial #3, and Uncle Scrooge #384 arrive in stores.Â Boom! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the books, that you can read after the jump.
Boom! Studios has announced the second issue of 28 Days Later sold out at the distributor level, immediately after release.Â This has prompted the company to send the issue back to press in order to get it in readers’ hand by mid-October. 28 DAYS LATER #2 is written by Michael Alan Nelson with interior art by Declan Shalvey and colors by Nick Filardi, with the first print shipping with two covers in a 50/50 split by Tim Bradstreet and Sean Phillips. A third cover by DNA Films was offered as a 1 in 10 incentive. via Boom! Studios
Press Release BOOM! Studios announced today thatÂ 28 DAYS LATER #1 has sold out almost immediately after release. Fans should keep in mind, while Diamond Comic Distributors is completely sold out,Â first printings of 28 DAYS LATER #1 may still be found at a direct market retailer near you. Diamond Comic Distributors is making the second printing of 28 DAYS LATER #1 available for retailers to order immediately and the second printing will be featured in the Septemper 16th issue of Previews Plus in Diamond Dateline. 28 DAYS LATER #1Â second print (JUL098219) features a “Blood Red” variant of the
After enduring all the dreadful events that occurred to her after the release of the Rage virus, we now find Selena somewhat safely ensconced in a Norwegian refugee camp. One might think that the absolute last thing she would consider would be a return trip to the British mainland but a conversation with a with a crusading journalist convinces her to do exactly that. The other members of the expeditionary force seem to regard her as more of a hindrance than an important part of the team but she soon shows her truth worth when they all come brutally face