Today, John Constantine: Hellblazer #10 drops in stores, and it is time to get down to business in this sneak peek from DC Comics.
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John Constantine hates Willowtree’s guts, so we are really interested to see what is going to happen in John Constantine: Hellblazer #4. Fortunately, DC Comics sent us a sneak peek of the issue, that we can check out ahead of the issue’s release.
BOOM! Studios has announced artist Matias Bergara will provide a variant cover for the upcoming Strange Skies Over East Berlin #4 from Jeff Loveness and Lisandro Estherren.
The story of Hum and the Nag comes to a close in Coda #12, out this week from BOOM! Studios.
BOOM! Studios has released this sneak peek of Coda #11 that arrives in stores this week.
The story isn’t over yet, as you’ll find out in this week’s Coda #10 from BOOM! Studios. Take the jump for this early look at the issue.
Hum is at rock bottom—no Serka, no Nag, all alone in the wilderness of the dystopian wastelands. What happens next? Find out in this sneak peek of CODA #9 from BOOM! Studios.
BOOM! Studios has released an early look at Coda #8. The issue is scheduled to arrive in stores this week.
BOOM! Studios released this sneak peek of Coda #7 that is scheduled to arrive in stores on Wednesday.
Coda #6 lands in stores on Wednesday, and we have a sneak peek for you to check out right after the jump.
Hum and the hero of Ridgetown must set out to infiltrate the bandit city of Thundervale to investigate the existence of a supposed surviving Whitlord, the dark beings that set about the apocalypse. It’s CODA #5 from BOOM! Studios.
BOOM! Studios has released an early look at Coda #5. The issue arrives in stores in September.
Having successfully warded off Thundergog from its assault on Ridgetown for at least one more day, Hum turns his attention to the Urken soldier who turned the tides of the battle in this week’s Coda #4 from BOOM! Studios.