Comics: Noteworthy New Releases for October 24th

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Noteworthy New Releases for October 24th

This is a big week for comics, as publishers roll out new material and tie up more than a few ongoing titles. Marvel in particular has its fair share of final issues debuting this Wednesday as they prepare for the oncoming wave of Marvel NOW titles that are rapidly approaching. DC, Dark Horse, and Image have several stellar options on the table as we head into New Comic Book Day. This week, we welcome a ghostly new edition to the Dark Horse family, hack our way through some post-apocalyptic debris, and become unlikely allies with a bunch of Rogues.

Ghost #1

 Ghost #1

Story by: Kelly Sue DeConnick / Art by: Phil Noto

From Dark Horse Comics: The enigmatic Ghost, along with paranormal investigators Tommy and Vaughn, takes to the streets of Chicago in search of the crystal-powered machine that first conjured her, hoping to find clues to her mysterious past life. But the machine’s original owners have a deadly agenda of their own. Picking up right where Ghost #0 left off, Ghost #1 continues Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel) and Phil Noto’s (Angel & Faith) reimagining of Dark Horse’s greatest heroine!

Mind Management #6

 Mind Management #6

Story and Art by: Matt Kindt

From Dark Horse Comics: Henry Lyme’s past is revealed, but investigator Meru wasn’t prepared for Lyme’s shocking confession about tragedies in her own life. Learning that her world-spanning journey has been just another part of the psychic spy’s game, Meru fights back, as MIND MGMT’s first arc reaches its twist-filled climax!

Flash #13

 Flash #13

Story by: Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato / Art by: Francis Manapul

From DC Comics: “GORILLA WARFARE” starts here! Gorilla Grodd’s army attacks Central City, and The Flash is forced to team up with the Rogues!?

Batman Incorporated #4

 Batman Incorporated #4

Story by: Grant Morrison / Art by: Chris Burnham

From DC Comics: BATMAN and TALIA AL GHUL continue their fight for control of their son DAMIAN – better known as ROBIN! WINGMAN and REDBIRD descend upon GOTHAM CITY! Who are these heroes, and what is their relationship to THE DARK KNIGHT?


Superman #13

 Superman #13

Story by: Scott Lobdell / Art by: Kenneth Rocafort

From DC Comics: It’s a death trap for Superman as he matches wits with his greatest enemy for the final time as The Man of Steel loses it!

Debris #4

 Debris #4

Story by: Kurtis J. Wiebe / Art by: Riley Rossmo

From Image Comics: The epic finale to the junk punk series sets the stage for a massive battle between humanity and the Colossals, with the fate of the entire human race in the balance. Maya must lead the Athabascan Tribe to victory against the insane wasteland dragon spirit, Nogo.


Revival #4

 Revival #4

Story by: Tim Seely / Art by: Mike Norton

From Image Comics: Dana investigates threats sent to a pair of siblings running a charity to help people adjust to life with undead loved ones. But there's more to this brother and sister than philanthropy. Meanwhile May Thao discovers photos of a bizarre creature, and just can't help but get herself into deep sh*t.

Punisher War Zone #1

Punisher War Zone #1 

Story by: Greg Rucka / Art by: Carmine Di Giandomenico

From Marvel: The Punisher vs. The Avengers. Welcome to the War Zone.

Captain America #19

 Captain America #19

Story by: Ed Brubaker / Art by: Steve Epting

From Marvel: Steve Epting returns for the grand finale of Ed Brubaker’s EPIC RUN on Captain America, and the end of an era!

Invincible Iron Man #527

 Invincible Iron Man #52

Story by: Matt Fraction / Art by: Salvador Larroca

From Marvel: END OF AN ERA! Who lives? Who dies? Who wins? Who loses? More importantly: what’s next for Tony Stark and Iron Man? You won’t believe it until you read it!



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