Hum and the hero of Ridgetown must set out to infiltrate the bandit city of Thundervale to investigate the existence of a supposed surviving Whitlord, the dark beings that set about the apocalypse. It’s CODA #5 from BOOM! Studios.
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BOOM! Studios has released an early look at Coda #5. The issue arrives in stores in September.
Having successfully warded off Thundergog from its assault on Ridgetown for at least one more day, Hum turns his attention to the Urken soldier who turned the tides of the battle in this week’s Coda #4 from BOOM! Studios.
Here is your first look at Coda #3 from BOOM! Studios. The issue arrives in stores on Wednesday.
What happens when the magic that defines a high fantasy world goes away in an apocalypse that changes everything? Coda focuses on Hum and his journey through the shredded remnants of that world, as his quest to save his wife continues in Coda #2!
Another review we can look forward to reading soon on this site is Coda #2 from BOOM! Studios. For now, we’ll have to satisfy ourselves with this sneak peek of the issue that lands in stores on Wednesday.
Did you get the chance to check out BOOM! Studios’ Coda #1 when it debuted earlier this month? Coda #2 lands in stores in June, and we have a sneak peek of the issue.
BOOM! Studios kicks off Coda, a 12-issue maxi-series, from writer Simon Spurrier, and artist Matias Bergara this week, and sent us a sneak peek of Coda #1.
BOOM! Studios has released a sneak peek at Coda, a twelve-issue series from writer Simon Spurrier, and artist Matias Bergara.
BOOM! Studios is proud to announce CODA, a new twelve-issue series from Eisner-nominated writer Simon Spurrier and Matías Bergara.
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