Happy New Comic Books Day, Ninja Nation! We preview the comics we can’t wait to get our little Ninja Hands on today.
Who would dare attempt to overthrow Dracula? Only Dracula’s son Xarus, a ruthless and clever upstart with the bold ambition to unite all the world’s vampire sects under one flag. But Xarus’s older brother Janus isn’t sure he likes the idea of a new regime and seeks allies to oppose Xarus. The ultimate battle to control Earth’s Creatures of the Night unfolds, with the future of the vampire race – and possibly the Marvel Universe – at stake.
Marvel presents a first look at the extra-sized Death of Dracula #1, beginning the biggest changes in the Marvel Universe since Civil War! Acclaimed writer Victor Gischler and rising star artist Giuseppe Camuncoli enter the Heroic Age by killing one of the Marvel Universe’s most dangerous villains. But just why does this put the future of the Marvel Universe at stake? Find out in Death of Dracula #1!
From IDW, the newest adventure of the classic Enterprise crew begins here! When a routine Federation diplomatic visit turns suddenly and unexpectedly violent, Captain Kirk , Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy find themselves kidnapped and halfway across the galaxy! A new Original Series-era miniseries from the creative team behind Spock: Reflections!
Also from IDW, Psycho author Robert Bloch’s seminal tale of the Ripper in then-contemporary times was originally published in Weird Tales in ’43. Now it’s getting adapted to comics for the first time ever, by acclaimed writer Joe R. Lansdale & John L. Lansdale, and featuring art and colors by Eisner-nominated artist Kevin Colden (Fishtown).
The ongoing Viking tale from Vertigo; written by Brian Wood and Art by Fiona Staples. Throughout their time as masters of the sea, Vikings traveled thousands of miles over Open Ocean in shallow boats with little protection from the elements. In this standalone issue, Brian Wood and artist Fiona Staples (North 40) chart the path of one boat headed horribly off course and into the realms of myth and terror.