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Vengeance of the Moon Knight #8 preview

Killed, Not Dead,’ part 1 of 2. It’s crazy versus crazier when Moon Knight squares off against Deadpool! Herman Goncharenko lies at death’s door, wasting away of cancer, but someone wants him killed, not dead. Someone desperate enough to hire the Merc with the Mouth to do the dirty deed. Gonchrenko’s only hope: the reformed Moon Knight. But is he in Deadpool’s weight class? Heck, is anyone?

Check out the Vengeance of the Moon Knight #8 preview.

Spider-Man: Fever #2 preview

Visionary creator Brendan McCarthy continues his surreal story as Dr. Strange journeys through bizarre dimensional realms in order to rescue Spider-Man’s soul fromÊa tribe of depraved spider-demons. Reading like a psychedelic mash-up of Steve Ditko, The Beatles and Tim Burton, this trippy adventure is another modern classic from The House of Ideas!

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Daniel Corey talks PROPHET

Prophet comic

Following their meeting at Wizard World Anaheim, ComicMonsters.com writer Stephanie Shamblin Gray caught up with Daniel Corey, writer and co-creator of “Prophet” from DangerKatt to get the skinny on this dark, mysterious anti-hero.

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Marvels Shadowland

Ghost Rider vs Moon Knight
Moon Knight has had an ongoing for a few years now, but looks to be getting a big push this year. Already announced as a member of the Secret Avengers, he’ll now also be on the ground in the Shadowland, keeping up his secretive theme.

Pitted against Khufu’s minion in the teaser is Ghost Rider. The Marvel Spirit of Vengeance’s presence is a natural with the supernatural themes to the story. It also brings a slightly larger sense to the crossover as a whole, and marks Ghost Rider’s first big interaction with other major Marvels in a while.

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Tim Seeley talks Hack/Slash, Wild Game and more

Hack/Slash comic

Most of you know Tim Seeley from his work on his cult hit Hack/Slash. But Seeley has several other projects under his belt, with more on the way. “Comic Monsters” caught up with him to talk all things Seeley!

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The Calling: Cthulhu Chronicles comic

Cthulhu comic

An all-new ongoing Lovecraft-inspired supernatural horror series with a decidedly modern spin from superstar writing team Michael Alan Nelson and Johanna Stokes! A cruise ship comes to port, hundreds are aboard dead — but why? Clayton Diggs is a pharmaceuticals salesman who discovers his sister has committed herself to an insane asylum; she’s checked herself in, fearing she’ll hurt herself or someone else. All across the world, ordinary people in an ordinary world find themselves drawn by fate to see darkness and despair unlike anything they ever could imagine. Meanwhile, a cult makes its move, believing that there is a great one sleeping that will hear… The Calling!

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Grimm Fairy Tales

Grimm Fairy Tales comic
Staff writer, RJ Young has submitted his latest articles about Grimm Fairy Tales.

GRIMM FAIRY TALES: A girl in red takes a walk through the forest and encounters a werewolf. Cinderella sells her soul to a demon Godmother in exchange for revenge against her evil stepmother and sisters. Sally the Miller’s daughter must save her daughter from a baby snatching troll named Rumpelstiltskin. Snow White joins forces with carnivorous woodland dwarves to protect her from a dark sorceress Queen. Welcome to the world of Grimm Fairy Tales, where monsters are always lurking.

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Dean Koontz Frankenstein: Prodigal Son Vol. 2

Frankenstein comic
Dean Koontz’s hit series returns! Detectives O’Conner and Maddison delve deeper into the mysterious life of Victor Helios, trying to uncover his ultimate goal, while members of Victor’s “New Race” begin to show they are not as perfect as he assumed. Randall Six continues his quest to escape from Hands of Mercy, as Officer Harker descends further into madness. And Erika Helios discovers some of her husbands’ unfinished creations.

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The Vampire Huntress: The Hidden Darkness comic

Book 1: Ashes to Ashes. The Neterus and worldwide Guardian teams have defeated Satan’s top demon, The Thirteenth, and have driven back the forces of evil in the first battle of the Armageddon. But the dark side is only in temporary retreat. The warriors of the Light may have won that battle, but it remains to be seen whether or not they’ve won the war. Beneath the earth in the caverns of Hell, the Dark Lord is plotting his next strike with a vengeance. With the human population still reeling from global wars, famine, floods, and every conceivable natural disaster and plague, something slithers into the Guardian camps–felling the members of the Guardian teams–and humanity’s only chance of survival. The Vampire Huntress Legends: The Hidden Darkness is an original story that takes place after the epilogue in the 12th and final book in the Vampire Huntress series of novels.

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Anne Elizabeths Pulse of Power comic

Tia Stanton is not an ordinary woman. Created from a mystical rite, she is birthed into a world where chaos and organization run side by side; where monster and man live in unison but rarely with recognition of each other. Until, the race begins – a fight to gain access to the pool of power lying beneath her hometown of Greenwich, Connecticut. It coincides with her twenty-fifth birthday and her last chance to accept the full mantel of this supernatural power. Tia is forced to deal with the fact she’s different. That she can recycle sin energy and make something good out of it. The world is literally at stake, as is a multitude of other planets which are tied to her own.

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