Browsing: Dave McCaig

What happens to a world when the Gods are out of balance, and everything starts to crumble? Do the Gods even have meaning anymore? Find out in The Sacrificers #7 from Image Comics!

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Pigeon and Soluna flee from the Caretaker, but while Pigeon wants to run, Soluna wants to beg her mother for help. When Luna does not respond, can the two of them work together to survive? Find out in The Sacrificers #6 from Image Comics!

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Soluna wants to figure out what the blue elixir is, but can she stand up to the Caretaker all by herself? Find out in The Sacrificers #5 from Image Comics!

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The children are manipulated so that, as their sacrifice, their joy is harvested, leaving them as husks. But does this benefit the world and the children’s families, or only a privileged few? Find out in The Sacrificers #4 from Image Comics!

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After a long march as prisoners, the sacrifices find themselves in a land of fun and plenty. Is this too good to be true? Find out in The Sacrificers #3 from Image Comics!

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A group of young people is shackled and on the march to what many of them fear is a horrible death. And then they meet Noom, who accepts her fate willingly, confident that they have a special and important destiny before them. Who will be right? Find out in The Sacrificers #2 from Image Comics!

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It’s a celebration of the Marvel Age of Comics, and we’re all invited! Your Major Spoilers review of Marvel Age #1000 from Marvel Comics awaits!

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A deep-seated tradition calls for the periodic sacrifice of one child per family. While religion deems it to be vital, that does not make it easy for anyone. But is this tradition truly necessary? Find out in The Sacrificers #1 from Image Comics!

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Lamassu knows that something is going on, but will she be happy to find out the truth of her father? Find out in We Have Demons #1, a comiXology Original! 

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The Tenth Anniversary anthology from Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment chugs on, and Rick Grimes in a mask is maybe the LEAST weird thing in store! Your Major Spoilers review of Skybound X #2 from Image Comics awaits!

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