BOOM! Studios has released previews of next week’s arrivals, including Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #1, The Expanse Origins #3, Death Be Damned #4, The Power of the Dark Crystal #3, and Lumberjanes #38 as well as two collected editions, Weavers and Munchkin Volume 5.

Previews:

Death Be Damned #4 (of 4) 
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writers: Ben Acker & Ben Blacker, Andrew Miller
Artist: Hannah Christenson
Cover Artist: Hannah Christenson
Price: $3.99
Synopsis: Final issue! Miranda takes her final shot at revenge against those who murdered her family, while the Turquoise Man seeks vengeance against Joseph.

The Expanse Origins #3
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Story by James S.A. Corey, Hallie Lambert, Georgia Lee
Script by Hallie Lambert
Artist:  Huang Danlan
Cover Artist: Scott Newman
Price: $3.99
Synopsis: Before Alex Kamal was a member of the crew of The Rocinante, he was a pilot for the Martian Congressional Republic Navy.  As family pressures rise, Alex is forced to face the realities of where his heart lies and what future he wants for himself.

Lumberjanes #38
Publisher:
BOOM! Box, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writers: Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh
Artist: Ayme Sotuyo
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Kat Leyh
Incentive Cover: Ayme Sotuyo
Price: $3.99
Synopsis: Parents’ Day continues as the Roanokes split into parent/daughter teams for a scavenger hunt, with the girls determined to keep their parents from noticing anything supernatural during their visit.

The Power of the Dark Crystal #3 (of 12) 
Publisher: Archaia, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Simon Spurrier
Artists: Kelly and Nichole Matthews
Cover Artists:
Main Cover A:
Kelly and Nichole Matthews
Subscription Cover B: Sana Takeda
Variant Cover C: Jae Lee and June Chung
Variant Cover D: Jae Lee and June Chung
Price: $3.99
Synopsis: While Jen and Kira deal with the chaos the Skeksis have wrought on the castle, Thurma and Kensho are out in the wilds of Thra on the run from the Crystal Guard, unaware that something far more treacherous followed their trail: the Chamberlain.

Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #1 (of 6)
Publisher:
BOOM! Studios
Writer: Victor LaValle
Artist: Dietrich Smith
Cover Artists:
Main Cover:
Micaela Dawn
      Variant Cover: Brian Stelfreeze
Price: $3.99
Synopsis:

  • When the last descendant of the Frankenstein family loses her only son to a police shooting, she turns to science for her own justice…putting her on a crash course with her family’s original monster and his quest to eliminate humanity.
  • An intense, unflinching story exploring the legacies of love, loss, and vengeance placed firmly in the tense atmosphere and current events of the modern-day United States.

Munchkin Vol. 5 SC
Publisher: BOOM! Box, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writers: Sam Sykes, Will Hindmarch, Katie Cook
Artists: Mike Luckas, Len Peralta, Phil Murphy
Cover Artist: Mike Luckas
Price: $14.99
Synopsis: Based on the the mega-hit card game about dungeon adventure, join Spyke and Flower as they compete in fairs, battle Cthulhu monsters, visit Oz, and go on dungeon crawls all in the name of racking up that loot. Collects issues #17-20 of the Munchkin comic with stories from the world of the fantasy roleplaying satire.

Weavers SC
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Simon Spurrier
Artist: Dylan Burnett
Cover Artist: Dylan Burnett
Price: $14.99
Synopsis:

  • Written by Simon Spurrier (The Spire, X-Men: Legacy) and illustrated by Dylan Burnett (Interceptor), Weavers is a twisted blend of Lovecraftian horrors and mafia family drama that explores the unnerving effects of power and addiction.
  • In the aftermath of a gang-related attack, Sid Thyme becomes an unlikely new addition to the Weavers, a brutal East Coast crime family.
  • Members of this syndicate are bound to loyalty thanks to the supernatural spiders inside each of them, granting them powerful and grotesque abilities.
  • Once he realizes what he’s capable of, Sid sets out to uncover the truth behind the mysterious attack, counter to the group’s objectives.
  • Collects the complete limited series.
  • “…a love letter to gangster films filtered through a touch of Eldritch noir…” – Multiversity Comics

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