Calie travels through the looking glass one last time on a desperate mission to rescue her daughter.
If you donâ€™t know anything about Zenescopeâ€™s best selling Wonderland series, I would advise that you go to your local comic store and pick up the Return to Wonderland hardback along with back issues of Beyond Wonderland (the Tales from Wonderland trade paperback is also a great read which contains individual stories on characters such as the Mad Hatter and Queen of Hearts). You donâ€™t necessarily have to read the first two chapters to enjoy Escape but it will add to your reading pleasure. If youâ€™re new to the series, this is pretty much all you need to know: Aliceâ€™s daughter Calie has traveled back to Wonderland to save her baby girl Violet, who was kidnapped by the Mad Hatter (Calieâ€™s brother, Johnny).
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With Hellboy II: The Golden Army coming in July, thereâ€™s no better time to get up to speed on whatâ€™s happening with the characters in the B.P.R.D. Dark Horse will be releasing three new B.P.R.D. titles by Mike Mignola and B.P.R.D. vet John Arcudi into the Hellboy Universe for summer reading pleasureâ€”with new revelations for Liz Sherman and the origin story for Johann Kraus, as well as a bit of backstory for the Bureauâ€™s battle with the infamous frog creatures.
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Heroic Publishing has announced it has struck a deal with Frank Brunner to bring Seven Samuroid to WOWIO.com that you can download for free.
Based on the classic movie, Seven Samurai, this classic SF graphic novel from 1984 shows a European influence combined with Japanese culture and an anti-war them that reflects the current situation with America in Iraq today.
If you haven’t checked out WOWIO, give a chance. It is free, and you’ll be able to find a ton of great material for your reading pleasure.
via Heroic Publishing and WOWIO.com
For those of you who were wondering when Marvel would up its catalogue of titles offered through its online digital comics service, the answer is now. The company has added 500 new issues to the line that span the range from the 50s through the early 2000s.
Older issues will keep fans feeling nostalgic like Amazing Fantasy, Tales to Astonish, Tales of Suspense and Strange Tales, while those looking for more recent comics can read new digital comics of Young Avengers, New Avengers and much more. All of these and a ton more have been digitized for your reading pleasure.
The complete list can be found at the Marvel website.
If there were only some download option available, I’d jump on this subscription service in a moment, but always having to go “on-line” to read a comic is not my cup of tea. Also, my iPod Touch won’t work with Marvel DCU, which is a bummer – not Marvel’s fault of course, but something Apple could work on to make the experience work.
via Marvel Comics