Boom! Studios is set to unleash a tale of bloody revenge this November with the debut of Nola #1.Â The four issue series is written by writer/director Chris Gorak. After cheating death, Nola Thomas wakes up alone in a deserted New Orleans hospital. Bruised, broken, and badly burned, she emerges from the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina with one thing on her mindâ€¦revenge.
2009 will see a return of IDW’s Locke & Key series with Locke & Key: Head Games #1.Â Until then, the Joe Hill series will get a deluxe hardcover edition featuring the first storyline; Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft. Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft tells of the Locke family, who relocate after an unspeakable tragedy to Keyhouse, an unlikely New England mansion, with fantastic doors that transform all who dare to walk through them… and home to a hate-filled and relentless creature that will not rest until it forces open the most terrible door of them all… I
Itâ€™s really too bad that I havenâ€™t had the time to write a review for each of the Jokerâ€™s Asylum issues as they came out, but now that Iâ€™m getting back into the groove, I might as well follow up yesterdayâ€™s review of Jokerâ€™s Asylum: Scarecrow (released last week), with a review of this weekâ€™s concluding issue in the series; Jokerâ€™s Asylum: Two-Face.