I feel that when I’ve done my job correctly, my contribution should be invisible. – Terry Austin

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. – George Santayana

Image Comics is one of those companies that really innovates within the realm of comics, thanks to their willingness to take chances. Without this, we wouldn’t have some of the modern classics of our time, such as Saga, The Walking Dead, or The Wicked + The Divine. Thanks to their desire to allow the work to shine, regardless of subject, they are a varied and illustrious company. I say this because the publisher has taken a chance once again, this time with well-known erotic writer Tina Horn for an brand new series, SFSX (Safe Sex).

A quick recap of Angel #4: Angel traveled to the realm of the social media influencer demon and banished him. Meanwhile, Fred having regained her coherence, informed Angel of an ally in Los Angeles that he needs to recruit to his team.

Previously on Tommy Gun Wizards: We met Ness and his colleagues, a bunch of cops with perhaps a few secrets of their own. Set in 1931 during the Lick Prohibition, Al Capone is involved, and their shady business has bled into the Catholic Church. Cue Issue #2.

I have waited months for Ether to begin again, and when I saw the name of this story arc - The Disappearance of Violet Bell - I gasped. Not Violet!

Jalisco is an uplifting story of a young girl taking tragedy and rebuilding herself into someone who is not merely a victim.  When a young girl’s mother disappears during a family outing, she discovers that no one, not even the police, care enough or are brave enough to help her.  Fortunately, a group of female vigilantes (or Adelitas) find Jalisco and help her to transform the gift of beautiful, traditional dance into a powerful form of attack and self-defense.

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.

First things first: Congratulations are called for, as this series has been promoted to an ongoing series due to overwhelming fan support. That’s super exciting, as I think that this series has some really interesting places to go.

Quick recap from the last issue: Mal and Boss Moon have a begrudging truce going on. Meanwhile, the rest of the Serenity crew is fractured, with each group trying to get their captain back. In her attempt to get Mal back, Zoe may have inadvertently started a second Unification War…

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