Gabe Cheng, Fanbase Press Contributor

Gabe Cheng, Fanbase Press Contributor

Rook and Olwyn make several costly detours on their journey to Isola, the faraway land of the dead. The people they meet, and the sorcery they encounter, threaten their mission and reveal long-hidden secrets that could permanently tear the companions apart. The creative team of Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl vivify their already breathtaking and immersive high-fantasy adventure in Isola Vol. 2.

Kayla Strong will confront more than just her inner demons on the road to recovery. Looking to set things right with a missing friend, Kayla must go head to head with a gang of vampires. In No Heroine #1, writer Frank Gogol and artist Criss Madd give their main character one hell of an entrance.

An unsteady alliance forms between the captive Husdoni soldiers and their former Yanqui slaves, but time is running out before the Devas' planned desolation. Protector #3 brings us closer to the characters and tests their loyalties to each other, as their journey into the wastelands begins.

Chaos on Olympus Station gives Tilde the chance to run. Stowing away on a transport vessel, she escapes one threat, only to plunge headfirst into another. Writer Johnnie Christmas and artist Jack T. Cole build off the momentum of their explosive premiere issue with an ominous return to the titular Tartarus colony.

A shocking revelation about the farm starts Frank on a destructive path. Plagued by nightmares and increasingly unhinged, there is no one Frank can trust, including himself, as he desperately searches for answers. The independently published third installment of writer Jordan Thomas and artist Clark Bint's Frank at Home on the Farm continues to draw the reader in and leave them wanting more.

Worlds collide when a barbarian warrior is ripped from his fantasy realm and dropped into a modern-day metropolis. Writer Jeff Lemire and artist Mike Deodato Jr’s newly collected Berserker Unbound begins with standard sword-and-sorcery fair, but ultimately reveals itself as an affecting examination on grief and recovery.

Having survived the terrors of World War I, Frank returns home to discover his family's farm inexplicably vacant. Isolated and haunted by gruesome visions, Frank's suspicions devolve into paranoia. And as the mysteries of the farm unravel, so does Frank. Independent creators Jordan Thomas and Clark Bint intertwine unsettling suspense and ghoulish horror in the first two issues of their four-part limited series.

World War II is coming to an end, but the Black Hammer Squadron has one last mission. The elite group of African American pilots, under the command of Captain "Hammer" Hawthorne, is tasked with rescuing a family of scientists from a concentration camp. They battle through occult German forces, mechanized Soviet soldiers, and come face to face with The Ghost Hunter, the deadliest Nazi pilot in the sky. The world of Black Hammer goes to war in this high-flying adventure from artist Matt Kindt and co-writers Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes.

The Faceless Men attack! They emerge from the shadows, ambushing and capturing humans from both sides of the Oblivion breach. No one knows what they are, or what they want, but the Cole brothers are determined to stop them. Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici's gripping, new storyline begins in Oblivion Song: Volume 3.

Hit-Girl has a score to settle in the city of angels. A Hollywood studio is making a movie about her life, and the pre-teen queen of carnage is determined to stop it by any means necessary. Hit-Girl Volume 4 collects all four issues of the eponymous anti-hero's trip to tinseltown from writer Kevin Smith and artist Pernille Ørum.

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