From Dark Horizons

Colin Hanks has landed a recurring role on the sixth season of Showtime’s “Dexter” reports TV Line.

Hanks will play Travis, described as a “highly intelligent young expert on ancient artifacts who gets linked to a series of grisly murders in Miami.”

Julia Stiles, Johnny Lee Miller, Peter Weller and Maria Doyle Kennedy had recurring roles last year. This season there are three further recurring characters introduced – a young Latina grad student, the new lab intern and buddy of Masuka, and a no-BS African-American homicide detective.

Meanwhile, Showtime has released a new teaser promo for the season which essentially gives away the biggest spoilers of the show’s first four years (oddly there’s no mention of the events of the fifth).


From Deadline

Barry Sonnenfeld, finishing up his third Men in Black film, has come up with a new spin on the alien film genre. Sonnenfeld is at the center of a publishing/movie deal with Liquid Comics and producer Arnold Rifkin and his Cheyenne Enterprises. Sonnenfeld will team with comic book writer Grant Morrison to develop a graphic novel and movie under the title:Dominion: Dinosaurs Versus Aliens. Morrison, whose comic book work includesBatman and The Invisibles, will write both the graphic novel and the script. Sonnenfeld will direct the film.

While Sonnenfeld has scored his biggest commercial successes with aliens, he’s also a dinosaur fanatic who sparked to the idea of combining them. “Growing up, my fascination was all things dinosaur, and as an adult, I’ve had some success making films about aliens, so this is a dream come true,” said Sonnenfeld, who first met Liquid Comics founder Sharad Devarajan when he wrote a forward for one of Liquid’s graphic novels. “We’ve been trying to do a project ever since.”

The graphic novel will chronicle a secret prehistoric world war battle. When an alien invasion attacks Earth in the age of the dinosaurs, the planet’s only hope is the giants that roam the planet with, it turns out, a lot more intelligence than previously realized.  Sonnenfeld, Rifkin and Devarajan will produce, while Liquid cofounder Gotham Chopra will be executive producer. WME will package the film.

The graphic novel will be published later this year in print and digital formats. Artwork will be done by Liquid’s Mukesh Singh, who teamed with Morrison on 18 Days. Morrison’s repped by ICM.


Thanks to all of our fans and welcome to our new fans.  It was great to see everyone today at 4 Color Fantasies for another amazing Free Comic Book Day.  Here are the pics taken from there.

In this episode Bryan and I discuss this weeks news.

I also review:

The Sixth Gun by Oni Press

And the Latest incarnation of The Thunderbolts:

I was just skimming through Comic Book Resources and found this cry for help for a fellow comic book artist who completely lost his home in a tornado on April 27 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. All of us comic geeks are a family, so I had to pass the link along. They’ve created a Facebook page and a Paypal page for donations. So help a fellow geek out and clicky here!

*Haven’t watched it yet? Don’t read this*

If you’ve listened to our latest PanelCast with Bryan and Aj, then you know about the finale of BBC’s Being Human; Season 3 and the fate of our beloved and gorgeous Mitchell, the recovering blood addict vampire who had a major relapse last season, drove himself insane in this one and is now dead.  Yes, poof of dust, never to return, true and final death kind of dead.

Has a deadly rampage ever looked so good??


I’d like to take a moment to talk about this, however if you don’t watch the show this article may not make a whole lot of sense, so keep that in mind because this is not really a review, just my thoughts on the subject, so please take it as such.

Anyway, it’s a pretty well known opinion that if you think the worst, the worst is likely to happen.  Basic cause and effect type thinking behind such books as “The Secret” and many, many others.  That line of thinking was the basis for season three’s catastrophic minefield of insanity all leading up to the unexpected explosion 15 seconds before the credits of the final episode.  I don’t know about you, but I don’t think anyone expected the outcome; the death of one of the three.  It was a shock for those of us who have grown up in the Buffyverse coming to expect the resurrections of our most beloved characters to be at the very least, implied.  Even the Vampire Chronicles often brought the dead back to life in one way or another, even if just in the retelling of the same story from another’s perspective.  Unfortunately, it would appear our beloved Brits, don’t follow the same rules.  No resurrection, no ghostly appearance, no implied continuation, just …. well, dead and then credits.  EVIL.

Thing was, it wasn’t exactly a shock, right?  Considering everything that happened this season, his death was pretty much inevitable.  Anyone who’s been watching this season could see it- his character had been fragmenting, splitting into pieces, emotionally disintegrating bit by bit and getting more frantic every episode.  We watched the slow decay of an already dead man, knowing it had to stop.

This theme is far from original and the first thing to come to mind for me was the 1990’s version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula wherein he destroys everything around him in search of one, singular thing until he literally has nothing left and ultimately gets killed by his beloved.  In our case, Mitchell was destroyed by his dearest friend, the man who-would-be-a-millionare-if-they-gave-him-a-dollar-every-time-he-cried, George.

So I watched this the other day and it’s been sitting with me ever since.  I couldn’t seem to shake it and it took me four days to figure out why.  The self-fulfilling prophecy thing bothered me.  The wolf-shaped bullet with Mitchell’s name on it was sitting in my mind, gleaming in bright silver and stuck between my eyes… for over a week now.  I mean, I get it, in the real world, they had to find a way to get him off the show.  Aidan got a better gig, had to leave and that was the best way to do it fast.  It sucks for us, but who wouldn’t, right??  Aidan landed a lifetime role in the Hobbit as Kili, one of the company members in Bilbo’s quest. .. but Mitchell, gone?  Will the show survive without him?  Will they find a way to bring him back?

Aiden Turner as Kili

EW was able to interview Aidan Turner a while back and had some good info, here’s an excerpt;

After the premiere aired in the UK, and Mitchell found out about his imminent death, the Internet went wild with speculation that this was a set up for you to depart the show now that you’re starting a film career.
Well, that’s what the Internet does, isn’t it? It fuels gossip and stuff. It’s a long shoot over here for The Hobbit. It’s two movies. We haven’t talked yet about dates for series four of Being Human. It’s so up in the air and it’s so far away that I can’t really commit to anything. And they need to plot out storylines and see how long they need Mitchell for, so I guess we won’t know until a later date what’s going on.

So, you are planning on returning to the show.
Yeah, if it all works out. The BBC needs to talk to me about dates. All the boring stuff needs to be cleaned up, and then I guess we’ll see.

Then being cast in The Hobbit hasn’t majorly altered your life or career yet?
I don’t think until the first movie comes out that anything is really going to change. I’m just going to keep working. In that regard, nothing’s changed. I’ve been pretty busy with Being Human and I’ve gone straight on to The Hobbit.  It’s a really long project and it’s really enjoyable and brilliant and we’re all dead excited to be doing it. So nothing’s changed.

-Taken from: POPWATCH

This article is only a month old, dated February 20th on their site, so it appears at this point anyway, there may be hope for those of us who don’t want to see the preternatural trio split forever. Who knows, tho… a month is a long time in show biz land and it may be sudden death for the series.  Without the sexy vampire, all we have is a whining dog boy and his bitch girlfriend with a needy ghost making tea.   Don’t get me wrong, I love them- but they NEED the sexy vampire or they’ll lose half their audience.

Will the loss of one destroy the three?


In general, I have a theory, as far as vampires go anyway, but I’ll keep it to myself for now.

All in all, I LOVED this season.  It was consistently emotionally charged and powerful throughout and although it was drama, it was a drama I could handle.  I can’t stand shows that just feel like cheap shots to get emotions out of the audience.  (For example; every single medical show that exists)

It does make you wonder though doesn’t it?  It was the implication of the self-fulfilling prophecy that had me on edge long after the show ended.  When you consider the many opportunities the fates have to play with us every day, it’s enough to make anyone a little paranoid.  I know it’s not just me who feels this way, right? Right?

Between zombie apocalypses, 2012 theories, Skynet and the robot age coming to fruition, it just seems like there is ample opportunity for us to end up in exactly the world we fear most and on a global level because there are literally MILLIONS of people who believe these things actually will happen.  I am concerned by the fact that people don’t seem to realize they even do it.  I do believe that if you put the energy out there, it will draw that energy back toward you.  If you have a billion people all doing the same thing, what chance is there that the subject of their paranoia will actually happen?  I realize this is all just speculation and what not, but the people who actually realize they do it usually just say something like, “oh yeah, of course it’s gonna happen” and giggle to themselves or smile smugly as they nonchalantly curse the earth with more bad energy but you know they’d be one of the first to go if it actually did happen. LOL…  So, are we doomed to create that future?  Is there hope for us, or will we disintegrate in our own attempt to prevent those things from happening?  I hear it all the time and, as a believer in synchronicity the question must be asked- does the event happen because we were looking for it, or would it have happened anyway?  Just like in the Matrix- would he have dropped the vase if she hadn’t told him?  Who knows…

Unless those things actually happen, they’ll always be looming in the dark clouds of our shrouded futures and these are questions that may never be answered.  Guess I still better stock my trunk with zombie-killing survival gear just in case.


The long-awaited sequel to one of the best games of 2007 is now in my hands (not physically, I got it through Steam). Portal 2 is one of those few gems that stands up to the hype it generated. It takes everything that worked with the first game and adds more.

Portal 2 sees Chell (the protagonist from the first game) return to the Aperture Science laboratory after a seemingly considerable amount of time has passed (Check out Portal 2: Lab Rat comic to get filled in on the details if you have not already). The lab, now falling to ruin, forces players to once again think outside the box to navigate a treacherous landscape. The narrative reveals much more about history of Aperture Science, explaining some of the mystery of the original game while also offering a few tantalizing clues about its connection to the immensely popular Half Life series of games.

To read more of Bryan’s review, click here.




Far away, in a land long ago…there was an orphaned farm kid with daddy issues trying to rescue an orphaned princess unaware of her daddy issues! In the tradition of ROBOT CHICKEN: STAR WARS and SPACEBALLS comes a loving, affectionate parody of the greatest science fiction franchise of all time! The first of a two-issue mini-series, this is a fan-pleasing romp that skewers one of the greatest adventure stories ever!

SPACE WARPED #1 debuts this June written by Hervé Bourhis witih hilarious art by Rudy Spiessert. This title ships with a price point of $3.99 and a Diamond Code of APR110907.


Written by Michael Alan Nelson
Drawn by Alejandro Aragon
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99

LAST ISSUE! This is it, people. Selena and Clint’s long journey is coming to an end…and you know endings in the 28 DAYS LATER universe do not usually end well. With London burning, Selena and Clint are caught in the middle of the most menacing threat yet… Will this be Selena and Clint’s finest hour…or their last?


Written by Claudio Sanchez, Peter David
Drawn by Aaron Kuder
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110862

LAST ISSUE! Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez and comics legend Peter David bring you the epic conclusion to the “Silent Earth” saga! Claudio’s ship of misfit warriors joins Inferno and his rebel army, taking the fight directly to Wilhelm Ryan and House Atlantic. It’s a battle for the ages as Claudio’s survival hinges on whether The Crowing was really his destiny…or just a myth.



Written by Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory
Drawn by Scott Godlewski
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110868

Critics agree! Kurt Busiek’s DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS is the one book you need to be reading this year! As the vampire armies of Conrad and Dracula, the two most powerful bloodsuckers on Earth, face off against each other, can Evan and Marta rally a rebellion that will be able to withstand the onslaught? Find out as Busiek’s blood-gushing horror series continues into the night!


Written by Rockne S. O’Bannon, Keith R.A. DeCandido
Drawn by Will Sliney
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110869

The War for the Uncharted Territories continues! And even though the alliance against the Kkore has a new partner, it only makes this strange collection of bedfellows even stranger! The battle rages on while the fate of Crichton, Aeryn, and the Peacekeepers hangs in the balance! From FARSCAPE creator Rockne S. O’Bannon and fan-favorite writer Keith R.A. DeCandido!

Written by Clive Barker, Christopher Monfette
Drawn by Leonardo Manco
SC, 24 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110870
One of the greatest horror franchises of all time returns, now under the control of its original creator! Clive Barker has touched HELLRAISER only twice: once to write THE HELLBOUND HEART, and once more to write and direct the original HELLRAISER film. Now witness Barker’s long-awaited return to tell a new chapter in the series’ official continuity—a trajectory that will forever change the Cenobites…and Pinhead! In this issue, Pinhead and Kirsty Cotton collide in a way that neither of them could possibly imagine. And when these two face off—no one is safe!

Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Marcio Takara
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110873

With Headcase out of commission, supervillains emerging from the woodwork in the wake of the Plutonian’s absence, and pressure from the Paradigm to prove he’s fit to be a true superhero, Max Damage is beginning to show cracks in his incorruptible exterior. And when a young supervillainess approaches him with an unusual proposition, will Max remain on the straight-and-narrow, or will the temptation of his old life in a post-Plutonian world prove impossible to resist?

Written by Blake Masters, Michael Alan Nelson
Drawn by Michael Penick
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110872

The rebellion touches down! No backup, no help, no mercy… The clones square off against the Glomrat Empire in an epic battle that will change everything! It’s clone vs. clone as the unforgettable sci-fi epic finally ANSWERS the question: what makes us human? Witness the jaw-dropping finale to the ultimate INSURRECTION!


Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Peter Krause
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110879

Make way for the brand new Paradigm! Survivor has put together a motley crew of supposedly reformed criminals and villains…and now they face their first threat! But can a group this dangerous and unstable actually make it through a mission without killing each other first? All this and an unlikely duo team-up to decide the fate of Plutonian! Another heart-stopping issue of the Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated sensation IRREDEEMABLE from Mark Waid and Peter Krause!


Written by James Wan, Michael Alan Nelson
Drawn by Piotr Kowalski
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110882
What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger! Alan Gates has finally come to grips with the alien parasite that saved his life and now he’s racing to the only place that might have answers…AREA 51! But as Mr. Cancer’s evil continues to spread, will Alan’s otherworldly powers be enough to leave him benign? It’s dark. It’s twisted. And unlike anything else on the stands. This sci-fi thriller can’t be missed!

Written by Daryl Gregory
Drawn by Carlos Magno
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110883
Get your hands on these damn dirty Apes! The pulse-pounding third issue of the all-new series that takes place before the original 1968 Planet of the Apes movie and in the continuity of the first five films! It’s Man versus Ape as the search for a notorious assassin creates mass chaos and reveals a key origin in the Planet of the Apes mythos! A can’t-miss issue!



Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning
Drawn by Javier Pina
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110886

New arc! Great jumping-on point for new readers. Stan Lee joined by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, the hottest writing team in comics, pit Soldier Zero against a new menacing threat that has crept in from the world of…STARBORN? Will Soldier Zero be able to save the people he loves AND fight off the villains from another world? Get ready, true believers, because this is the issue you’ll be talking about all year long!

Written by Chris Roberson
Drawn by Khary Randolph
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110888

This is the crossover fans have been clamoring for! It’s Starborn and Soldier Zero fighting the vanguard of the Pride with the survival of the galaxy hanging in the balance. SUPERMAN’s Chris Roberson and SPIDER-MAN’s Khary Randolph bring you a Stan Lee superhero clash of the titans like no other! Worlds collide in this epic new issue from Stan “The Man” Lee!


Written by Mark Waid, Tom Peyer
Drawn by Chad Hardin
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110890

Stan Lee and Mark Waid are joined by Tom Peyer to bring you a new piece to the time-traveling puzzle that everyone’s been trying to figure out! Will Traveler make a pact with his greatest enemy to save his lost love…or will he find a way to finally destroy his nemesis Abaris? All this and a can’t-miss cliffhanger ending where Traveler collides with a special guest!


Written by Philip K. Dick
Drawn by Tony Parker
SC, 112 pgs, FC, SRP: $24.99
ISBN13: 9781608866595
Diamond Code: APR110863
THE EISNER AWARD-NOMINATED GRAPHIC NOVEL SERIES CONTINUES! Worldwide bestselling sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick’s award-winning DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? has been called “a masterpiece ahead of its time, even today” and “arguably Mr. Dick’s best.” BOOM! Studios is honored to present the complete novel transplanted to the comic book medium, mixing all new panel-to-panel continuity with the actual text from the novel in an innovative, ground-breaking series experiment that the Village Voice named one of the “Best Comics and Graphic Novels”! Deluxe hardcover edition—Volume 5 of 6.


Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Peter Krause, Diego Barreto
SC, 336 pgs, FC, SRP: $74.99
ISBN13: 9781608860715
Diamond Code: APR110881
First time in a deluxe slipcase oversized hardcover edition! A gorgeous definitive edition of the acclaimed fan-favorite juggernaut! The first twelve issues of the ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid all in one collection! IRREDEEMABLE took the comic industry by storm in 2009 and is now celebrating its second year. With nothing like it on the market, Mark Waid’s IRREDEEMABLE has been a recipient of multiple Eisner and Harvey Award nominations. If you are a long time fan of the series or someone who has been sitting on the fence, the DEFINITIVE IRREDEEMABLE EDITION is the book for you. So don’t miss your chance to dive into the series that dares to ask the question: what if the world’s greatest hero decided to become the world’s greatest villain?

Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Marcio Takara
SC, 128 pgs, FC, SRP: $16.99
ISBN13: 9781608860564
Diamond Code: APR110875
The Plutonian has been defeated, leaving the world’s most notorious supervillain-turned-superhero, Max Damage, adrift. But Max’s work is never done, and being a superhero in a post-Plutonian world is far more difficult than he imagined…especially with a mentally unstable new sidekick and a new team of reluctant allies…the superhero team the Paradigm! It’s the IRREDEEMABLE/INCORRUPTIBLE crossover you won’t want to miss!

Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Paul Azaceta
SC, 128 pgs, FC, SRP: $9.99
ISBN13: 9781608860524
Diamond Code: APR110885
First time in trade paperback and featuring the first collaboration between legendary comic writer Mark Waid and superstar artist Paul Azaceta, the red hot team behind AMAZING SPIDER-MAN! Outside New York City is Potter’s Field, where the unnamed dead are buried. Now, a mysterious man has taken it upon himself to name the unnamed in this cemetery! Using a network of underground operatives who don’t know each other, he fights to save the unsaved and solve the mysteries of the unjustly slain! Collecting the critically acclaimed three issue mini-series and the STONE COLD one-shot into one volume! For fans of the “new crime comics” movement like CRIMINAL! Find out why AIN’T IT COOL says, “I’m hooked!”


Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Chad Hardin
SC, 128 pgs, FC, SRP: $9.99
ISBN13: 9781608860500
Diamond Code: APR110892
STAN’S BACK! THE PUBLISHING EVENT OF THE YEAR! Stan Lee, the most colossal force in the history of comics, teams up with BOOM! Studios to deliver a brand new line of superhero comics! The great innovator of our industry brings his inimitable talents back to the direct market in an explosive line of comics that nobody is prepared for! In the first volume of the critically acclaimed ongoing series, THE TRAVELER, Stan teams up with comic book luminary Mark Waid (IRREDEEMABLE, KINGDOM COME) and fan-favorite artist Chad Hardin (AGE OF HEROES, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) to bring you a man out of time! The mysterious hero known only as the Traveler battles the forces of evil in a time-bending thriller that finds past, present, and future hanging in the balance! Rewrite history this summer with Stan Lee and BOOM! Studios. Featuring a cover by red hot artist Scott Clark!


Written by Hervé Bourhis
Drawn by Rudy Spiessert
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110907
Far away, in a land long ago…there was an orphaned farm kid with daddy issues trying to rescue an orphaned princess unaware of her daddy issues! In the tradition of ROBOT CHICKEN: STAR WARS and SPACEBALLS comes a loving, affectionate parody of the greatest science fiction franchise of all time! The first of a two-issue mini-series, this is a fan-pleasing romp that skewers one of the greatest adventure stories ever!

Written by Warren Spector
Drawn by Leonel Castellani
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110900

DUCKTALES is back in its own new ongoing series! The hit Disney Afternoon Revolution continues as Scrooge McDuck’s collection of exotic artifacts from around the world are suddenly deported from the McDuck Museum back to their original locations! Wild repossession recall ensues as Scrooge, Launchpad, and the gang jet to the sites of McDuck’s most infamous adventures, in a bid to reclaim his whisked-away wealth and take on some restless natives along the way! From the man who brought you “Epic Mickey” comes an original epic DuckTales series!

Written by Ian Brill
Drawn by Leonel Castellani, Ricardo Garcia
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110894

When Chip ‘n’ Dale’s undercover mission spins hilariously out of control, everybody’s favorite diminutive detectives find themselves in danger of getting stuck—by a horde of angry porcupines! Meanwhile, Gadget and Monterey Jack have been captured…and time is running out. DARKWING DUCK’s Ian Brill and MARVEL SUPER HERO SQUAD’s Leonel Castellani continue their celebrated saga, and this is one issue that you won’t want to go slipping through the cracks!

Written by Ian Brill
Drawn by James Silvani
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110896

NEW ARC, GREAT FOR NEW READERS!The Duck Knight has returned, he’s solved the Crisis on Infinite Darkwings, and he’s withstood the F.O.W.L. Disposition. With all these Darkwing epics in the bag, will the purple powerhouse of peace be able to deal with the dreaded One-Shot? Find out this month as Ian Brill and James Silvani continue their critically acclaimed, fan-favorite run on DARKWING DUCK!

Written by Carl Barks, William Van Horn
Drawn by Daan Jippes , William Van Horn
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110899

More classics! More fun! First off, the much requested, first-time-printed in the U.S. 1970 Carl Barks story—recently redrawn by Jippes in the Barks style—“Whale of A Good Deed,” where Scrooge tries to extract some free oil, but his nephews, the Junior Woodchucks, show him the error of his ways! Then enjoy the hilarity as Donald Duck shows just how hard chopping down a tree can be in the William Van Horn backup “Tree’s a Crowd,” not having seen print in over a decade!

Written by Ted Osborne
Drawn by Al Taliaferro , Floyd Gottfredson
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110906

The fans have spoken! This month, celebrate 70 years of WALT DISNEY’S COMICS with a salute to one of the most-requested creators of all time: classic Mickey mastermind Romano Scarpa! Scarpa writes and draws “The Treasure of Venice,” a globetrotting adventure never-before-seen in the U.S. guest starring Goofy, Pete, Phantom Blot, and even Scrooge McDuck! With a never-before-printed in the U.S. cover by legend Marco Rota!

Written by Romano Scarpa
Drawn by Romano Scarpa
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110908

The classic 1966 Romano Scarpa tale “The Fifty Money Bins Caper” is printed for the first time ever in the U.S.! Scrooge McDuck shows some crafty initiative against the ever-looming threat of the Beagle Boys by constructing a fleet of fifty new money bins and hiding his money in a new one each week. This all sounds like a good idea until the construction costs come due! And when the Beagles decide to kidnap Donald Duck to track Scrooge’s coins…it’s not just interest that is compounding here!

Written by William Van Horn
Drawn by William Van Horn
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
Diamond Code: APR110909

Celebrate 70 years of WALT DISNEY’S COMICS with one of the most unique Disney adventures ever, with art by Giorgio Cavazzano never before printed in the U.S.! The year: 1946. The place: Los Angeles. The event: a once-in-a-lifetime meeting of Walt Disney and Salvador Dali! Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy are on hand to witness the event, but what happens when they find themselves trapped in one of Dali’s surreal paintings? The answer will astound your imagination! Also features a classic short by Bill Walsh and Manuel Gonzales not seen in the U.S. in 60 years!

Written by Ian Brill
Drawn by Leonel Castellani
SC, 128 pgs, FC, SRP: $9.99

It’s the return of your favorite furry flatfoots for the first time in trade paperback! DARKWING DUCK’s Ian Brill and MARVEL SUPER HERO SQUAD’s Leonel Castellani take the diminutive detectives on a brand new globetrotting adventure in “Worldwide Rescue.” Chip ‘n’ Dale, Monterey Jack, Gadget, and Zipper embark on their greatest case yet as they track the villainous Fat Cat across the four corners of the world! This is the collection that will have you singing that song you can never forget: “Sometimes some crimes go slipping through the cracks. But these two gumshoes are picking up the slack. There’s no case too big, no case too small, when you need help just call Ch-Ch-Ch-Chip ‘N’ Dale Rescue Rangers!” From BOOM! Studios, the originators of the Disney Afternoon Revolution.



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