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    While we're still waiting for Black Beetle: Necrologue, there is a current Black Beetle feature going on in Dark Horse Presents — “Kara Bocek”!



    And in March of 2017, Marvel will be putting out a new collection of stories with the Marvel UK character Night Raven.


    NIGHT RAVEN: FROM THE MARVEL UK VAULTS TP
    https://previewsworld.com/Catalog/DEC161106

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    Night Raven is so boss. An absolutely messed up and thrilling character.
    Patsy Walker on TV! Patsy Walker in new comics! Patsy Walker in your brain! And Jessica Jones is the new Nancy! (Oh, and read the Comics Cube.)

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    And if anybody remembers the Prowler comics published by Eclipse back in the 1980s, they've been collected more recently in a couple of trade paperbacks.


    https://www.createspace.com/4006972


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    Anybody else planning to try

    GREEN HORNET: REIGN OF THE DEMON #1
    when it comes out this Wednesday (December 21st)?

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    "The Fade Out" - thanks for this. I'm a big fan of Criminal and Velvet - this had passed me by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    Anybody else planning to try

    GREEN HORNET: REIGN OF THE DEMON #1
    when it comes out this Wednesday (December 21st)?
    I'll pick up Issue #1 for sure.
    Beyond this world strange things are known...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    . . . Dark Horse had the Grendel vs Shadow book they did with Dynamite recently. (An excellent read if you didn't buy it.)


    A hardcover collection of Grendel vs Shadow was released last year, but I'm not aware of any trade paperback version yet.

    https://www.darkhorse.com/Books/25-5...-The-Shadow-HC

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    Oh, and in March, Dynamite will have another Doc Savage mini-series begin.

    DocSavage-RingFire-01-Cov-A-Schoonover.jpg
    DOC SAVAGE RING OF FIRE #1 (of 4)
    Price: $3.99
    Rating: Teen +
    Cover A: Brent Schoonover
    Cover B:Anthony Marques
    Writer: David Avallone
    Art: Dave Acosta
    Genre: Adventure
    Publication Date: March 2017
    Format:Comic Book
    Page Count: 32 Pages
    ON SALE DATE: 3/29

    1938: Amelia Earhart is missing, volcanoes are going off under US Navy bases, Silver Death’s Heads are trying to kill Doc Savage, and FDR is quite concerned about all of this. Return to the 1930s for a thrilling four-issue miniseries reuniting the Twilight Zone: The Shadow creative team of writer David Avallone and artist Dave Acosta!

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    Anything by 'Matt Wagner' and with 'Year One' in the title is a great choice.
    And Sandman Mystery Theatre, from DC Comics, which basically established and set the tone of his pulp style ever since.

    Francesco Francavilla is a big fan of the genre and his Black Beetle stuff is really good.
    "The definition of all ages is it’s not just for little kids." - Greg Goldstein, President of IDW.
    Currently reading: Camelot 3000, Dreadstar, Omega Men

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Stone View Post
    . . . Francesco Francavilla is a big fan of the genre and his Black Beetle stuff is really good.
    I'll be looking forward to Francavilla on The Spirit starting next month.

    WILL EISNER'S THE SPIRIT: THE CORPSE-MAKERS #1
    A series of unexpected disappearances and deaths hit Central City.
    Initially these cases seem purely unrelated: no apparent connection between the victims makes it easy for the police to just file them as runaways or natural deaths. But when someone close to Ebony White disappears, The Spirit is on the case!
    From the mind of writer/artist & Eisner winner Francesco Francavilla, comes a thrilling tale of The Spirit that promises to tingle your spines.
    Writer: Francesco Francavilla
    Art & Cover: Francesco Francavilla
    Genre: Crime, Action/Adventure
    Format: Comic Book
    Page Count: 32 pages
    Rating: Teen +
    UPC: 725130254597 01011
    U.S. Cover Price: $3.99
    ON SALE DATE: January 18, 2017
    https://www.dynamite.com/htmlfiles/v...13025459701011



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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    I'll be looking forward to Francavilla on The Spirit starting next month.

    https://www.dynamite.com/htmlfiles/v...13025459701011


    Oh, yes, most definitely worth getting.
    "The definition of all ages is it’s not just for little kids." - Greg Goldstein, President of IDW.
    Currently reading: Camelot 3000, Dreadstar, Omega Men

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    By the way, I just ordered a copy of

    The Spider: Scavengers of the Slaughtered Sacrifices
    published by Vanguard Publications back in 2002.

    Since it's by Don Mcgregor and Gene Colan, I'm hoping it will be enjoyable.
    (I really liked the Nathaniel Dusk comics they did for DC back in the 1980s.)

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    I'm re-reading the old Crimson Avenger mini-series from DC (originally published back in 1988!) and keep wishing either DC or somebody else could release a collection of the original Crimson Avenger features that were originally published in Detective Comics (before he gave up the fedora).


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    I had previously bought and enjoyed So today I broke down and ordered a copy of




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    Thought id give the newer Doc Savage books a try, so recently ordered the first;

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