We’re cutting it close with this week’s collection of sneak peeks from Boom! Studios, but we got’em just for you.  Take the jump for Cthulhu Tales #5, Fall of Cthulhu: Godwar #2, Station #3, and Warhammer: Condemned by Fire #5.

Set sail for DEATH! Well…okay, first, unspeakably mind-bending terror on the cruise ship out of time…and then DEATH! Sorry to give away the surprise ending. Also, a sneak peek at our new companion book, FALL OF CTHULHU: GODWAR by horror scribe Michael Alan Nelson!


Open warfare between the Cult of Cthulhu and the followers of Nodens has spilled out onto the streets of Arkham, but as their struggle continues to rage, the Harlot reveals that she has not intention of staying on the sidelines during the Godwar. With the help of Lucifer, the Harlot sets her own plans in motion and welcomes back an old friend! Features two alternate covers, by Mateus Santolouco and Nick Percival.


The ultimate locked-room murder has been committed. Someone’s been killed aboard the international space-station two hundred and twenty miles above the Earth. All six astronauts suspect one another, and paranoia runs high as more victims fill while trying to expose the killer. If he’s not brought to justice–he can bring about the end of the world! A thriller in the vein of WHITEOUT, from the writer of Eureka episodes “Right As Raynes” and “Purple Haze”!


Witch Hunter Magnus Gault, Great Sword Vogel, and Vargni the Dwarf all unite in a final, desperate pitched battle against the Skaven horde that attempts to destroy the giant Warpstone that has been corrupting and contaminating the land. With the odds and weight of numbers stacked heavily against Gault, Vogel, and Vargni, the only certainty is that they’ll go down fighting!


via Boom! Studios


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