The Black Monday Murders #2 is a bumper package of gritty noir, social commentary and a dash of eldritch horror.
Hickman and Coker bring us a tale laced with intrigue and Lovecraftian horror. An exploration of the evil that men do in the pursuit of wealth and power.
A wee break from the usual narrative, with Dying and the Dead #3 we instead get a little backstory of the Bah al’Sharur – from none other than Adolf Hitler.
With East of West pressing further on into the “The Apocalypse: Year Two” the second part of this post apocalyptic series continuing onwards, the focus now shifts to a smaller scale: to the duo of Babylon and Balloon, rather than the intense multi-plotted structure experienced throughout the majority of the series.
Marvel’s Secret Wars draws ever closer. Find out all you need to know about the myriad tie-ins and which ones to read to keep up with your favourite heroes!
The first issue of The Manhattan Projects is a peculiar and at times challenging read; however, the scope and ambition of such a bold, berserk series is enough to trust that Hickman and Pitarra have plenty of tricks up their sleeves and make this series worth sticking with. When it comes to The Manhattan Projects, the possibilities seem limitless.
“MAN IN SPACE” Only when he’s lost in space does the great Russian cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, find his true calling. THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS is back with all new stories told in a brand-new format. The greatest FEEL GOOD, BAD SCIENCE book in the long history of man returns in THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS: THE SUN BEYOND THE STARS.
East of West #18 continues “The Apocalypse: Year Two” as the issue follows Death’s son babble-on through his virtually enhanced version of America.
“THE PATH OF THE PROPHET” The last days of the world are upon us, and one man has become the living word of the apocalypse. This is the story of Ezra Orion and his unholy resurrection.
“FALLOUT” In which we see how the horror of war has effected each and every nation — and which nations will crumble and which will rise. The Apocalypse: Year Two rumbles on in EAST OF WEST #17.