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REVIEW: ‘Sweet Paprika,’ Issue #3

Sweet Paprika #3 is published by Image Comics, with writing and art by Mirka Andolfo, colors by Simon Tessuto, and letters by Fabio Amelia. Having seen that her father is recovering well from a recent incident, Paprika was called on to represent her company at the signing of a movie deal for their latest best-selling hit. But as formality turns to frivolity, Paprika faces the same old struggles she always has with such things. If only some angel would come to save her.
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REVIEW: ‘Radiant Black,’ Issue #8

Radiant Black #8 is written by Kyle Higgins, illustrated by Marcelo Costa, colored by Natalia Marques, and lettered by Becca Carey. It is published by Image Comics. “<001>” picks up where Radiant Black #7 left off, as Marshall and Radiant Pink/Eva find themselves teleported to the middle of Moscow. Meanwhile, Radiant Yellow/Wendell and Satomi interrogate the cloaked stranger-aka, the titular 001- about why he is trying to kill them. In the process, more of the Radiants’ abilities are revealed as well as the magnitude of the conflict they’re involved in.
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Brawlhalla And The Walking Dead Present Their Second Trailer

The new trailer is here and looks great. Today, Ubisoft, in collaboration with AMC, announced that The Walking Dead will see a reunion of fan favorite characters in the world of Brawlhalla with Negan and Maggie now available as new playable Epic Crossovers. The latest version of The Walking Dead...
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Gunslinger Spawn #1 Beats Spider-Gwen #1 With 385,000 Orders

Last week, I talked about his launch of Gunslinger Spawn #1 which went to FOC last night. Todd McFarlane asked me which new comic book character launch in a monthly superhero comic book has big numbers this century? I came up with a few possibles, but the highest (and only one this century) under his strict rules (no Loot Crates) was Spider-Gwen #1, which launched with around 300,000 copies ordered. Well, Gunslinger Spawn #1 has beaten it with 385,000 copies ordered by comic book stores. Todd McFarlane does love a record, claiming King Spawn #1 for the biggest superhero monthly comic book launch of the 21st century, and Spawn's Universe #1 as the biggest selling Image Comics title of the century (now beaten twice by Todd). We also reported on King Spawn #1 getting a second printing, we now know that was for 23,000 copies taking his total to 520,000 copies. So what's next? Todd wants Scorched #1 launching in December to set a record for a new team book. Might we have to go back to DV8?
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TODD MCFARLANE ASSEMBLES SUPERHERO TEAM IN 'THE SCORCHED'

Todd McFarlane’s newest comic series, The Scorched, will bring together a group of characters from the 30-year run of Spawn and assemble them into a superhero team. The initial team will include Reaper, Spawn, Redeemer, Gunslinger, Medieval Spawn, and She-Spawn, with more characters slated to join up in future issues.
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Image Comics & February 2022 Solicitations Spoilers: Howard Chaykin’s Time² Finally Completed!

PORTLAND, Ore. — Graphically experimental, narratively daring, and visually explosive, Howard Chaykin’s Time² was a work ahead of its time2—and remains so today. In February 2022—just in time2 to celebrate the project’s 35th anniversary—fans will be treated to the long-awaited conclusion—finally!—in a special omnibus hardcover edition from Image Comics. In...
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The World, Pennyworth, Primordial, and More

It’s almost another new comic book day, which means new releases hitting stores and digital platforms. Each week in The Weekly Pull, the ComicBook.com team highlights the new releases that have us the most excited about another week of comics. Whether those releases are from the most prominent publisher or a small press, brand new issues of ongoing series, original graphic novels, or collected editions of older material, whether it involves capes and cowls or comes from any other genre, if it has us excited about comic books this week, then we’re going to tell you about it in The Weekly Pull.
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PrintWatch: Shang Chi, Recount, Department of Truth, Ordinary Gods

Time for PrintWatch to take a look around the comic books that are being sent back to the printing mills as the comic book stores find it hard to keep up. That's the spin anyway – here are more books that will be coming to stores soon. PrintWatch: Marvel Comics...
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EDWARD EINHORN & ERIC SHANOWER TEAM UP FOR FRESH ADAPTATION OF TROJAN WAR DRAMA IN IPHIGENIA IN AULIS OGN

PORTLAND, Ore. 09/20/2021 — The most powerful dramatic script by Euripides springs to life anew in a fresh adaptation by writer Edward Einhorn (Paradox in Oz, Fractions in Disguise, The Marriage of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein) with Age of Bronze art by Eisner Award winning Eric Shanower (Age of Bronze, Oz Graphic Novels, Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland) in the forthcoming Iphigenia In Aulis. This graphic novel adaptation will hit shelves from Image Comics in May 2022.
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ADVANCED REVIEW: ‘A Righteous Thirst for Vengeance,’ Issue #1

A Righteous Thirst for Vengeance #1 is published by Image Comics, written by Rick Remender, art by Andre Lima Arujo, colors by Chris O’Halloran, and letters by Rus Wooton. In the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, a man begins his day much like any other. He leaves his home to catch a bus to begin a trip to meet someone. Nothing unusual to speak of, really. But where his trip will end up taking him will have life-altering consequences.
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