Take the jump for a sneak peek of Blade Runner: Origins #12 from Titan Comics.
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Discover the origins of the Blade Runners in this week’s Blade Runner Origins #9 from Titan Comics.
Titan Comics has released an early look at the upcoming Blade Runner Origins #6, which kicks off a new story arc from writers K. Perkins, and Mellow Brown, and artist Fernando Dagnino.
How does Vampirella fit into Nyx’s quest to learn how to live among humanity without harming them? Let’s find out in this sneak peek of Nyx #3 from Dynamite Entertainment.
Nyx journeys to the realm of her father, the Mad God Chaos in Nyx #2 from Dynamite Entertainment.
LAPD detective CAL MOREAUX has teamed up with an escaped experimental REPLICANT, who has been uploaded with the memories of a dead Tyrell Corporation scientist, whose suicide he was sent to investigate in Blade Runner Origins #8 from Titan Comics.
Replicants working with human detectives? It is a little more complex than that in this week’s Blade Runner Origins #7 from Titan Comics.
Titan Comics has announced the October release of Smart Girl, a new sci-fi graphic novel from Blade Runner Origins artist, Fernando Dagnino.
Titan Comics sent Major Spoilers this sneak peek of Blade Runner Origins #5 that arrives on Wednesday.
Titan Comics has released an early look at August’s Blade Runner: Origins #5, that kicks off an new story arc telling the untold origin of the Blade Runners.
In October 2021, Titan Comics will release Smart Girl from Fernando Dagnino that tells the story of an android who becomes self-aware and fights back against a society that sees here as only and object.
A Tyrell Corporation scientist is DEAD – the victim of an apparent suicide.
But when LAPD Detective Cal is called in to investigate, he uncovers secret documents revealing a new kind of replicant and a conspiracy that could change the world in this sneak peek of Blade Runner Origins #4 from Titan Comics.
Take the jump for a sneak peek of Blade Runner Origins #3 from Titan Comics.
Tyrell Corp’s top bioengineer is dead, and a replicant committed the crime. Your Major Spoilers review of Blade Runner: Origins #2 from Titan Comics awaits!