Monday, September 01, 2014

DC's 3D Covers are back Wednesday, September 3!

DC's Futures End has brought readers a broad view of the dark future of the DC Universe on a weekly basis, but starting this month, readers will see what all of their favorite heroes are up to five years in the future. Each of these special issues throughout the month of September will feature a special 3D cover that's lets you see the heroes of now change into the heroes of the future! The titles to keep an eye out for this week include: Action Comics: Futures End #1, Aquaman: Futures End #1, Batwing: Futures End #1, Detective Comics: Futures End #1, Earth 2: Futures End #1, Grayson: Futures End #1, Green Arrow: Futures End #1, Green Lantern: Futures End #1, Swamp Thing: Futures End #1, Trinity of Sin: Phantom Stranger: Futures End #1. Last year's 3D covers we a huge success, some come by early to make sure you get the one's you want!

Marvel's '3 Months To Die' comes to an end as this week's Death of Wolverine #1, by Charles Soule and Steve McNiven, begins the new weekly series that brings Wolverine's story to a close. After the loss of his healing factor, Logan wasn't deterred from being the best there is at what he does, but sometimes the best just isn't good enough. After many years of battling personal, figurative and literal demons, Wolverine finally will meet his match. You won't want to miss this status quo altering series.

Fan's of Stephen King's Dark Tower series will not want to miss Marvel's newest series The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three, Prisoner #1 by Peter David, Robin Furth and Piotr Kowalski. This is an all new series continuing the mythos of King's Dark Tower universe, but now the tale takes place in 1960s Brooklyn. Eddie Dean is a young man with the power to open portals to other dimensions, but before he can fulfill his destiny of defeating the Man in Black, he must overcome a life wrought with tragedy. This new take on the classic story is sure to be interesting.








New Releases for the Week!


Tuesday, August 26, 2014

...Mysterious & Spooky...

Coming on October 8th--the Dr. No's exclusive  cover of Sabrina #1!  You can reserve it now if you don't want to miss out! (It's the perfect companion cover to our Dr. No's exclusive cover from Afterlife With Archie #1 that we offered last year!)

Monday, August 25, 2014

New Release Highlights for Wednesday, August 27

This Wednesday, Image Comics, Jim Zub, Steven Cummings and John Raich bring readers a new comic in the vein of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Hellboy: Wayward #1! Rori Lane has traveled to Tokyo, Japan to reunite with her mother and start  brand new chapter in her life. However, this new life might not go how she planned when an ancient evil awakens powers locked deep inside her. Hopefully, Rori will be able to master those powers in time to save herself and everyone she loves. Pick this up to get a little supernatural action into your life.

From the outside looking in, the life of the celebrity can seem perfect, but what if there was a reason for that? In POP #1 by Curt Pires and Jason Copland, readers discover a world where all pop stars and celebrities are the manufactured products of the world's richest and twisted people. However, their dirty secrets are going to be revealed when one of their creations manages to escape. Action, comedy and tragedy. It's all here, so check out POP #1 if you're looking for something new.

The hilarious Fox animated show Bob's Burgers premieres in comic form for the first time this week! Each issue will include brand new stories by the show's producers, writers and animators, and they are all in cannon! Reoccurring tales include "Louises's Unsolved Mysteries," "Tina's Erotic Friend Fiction," "Bob's Burgers of the Day" and more! If you're a fan of the show or just want a good laugh, give this book a try.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Marvel Dice Masters: Avengers vs X-Men In Stock!

The hit Marvel Dice Masters: Avengers vs. X-Men booster packs are now back in stock! This easy to play dice-building game is tons of fun. So if you're a fan of collectible card games, Marvel Comics and awesome dice, give the game a shot. Dr. No's hosts a league every Monday at 6:00 PM, so come on by and check it out.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

New Classic Back Issues Have Arrived!

A great mix of 1950s comics just arrived and are now ready for you to come take a look at to fill that missing spot in your collection. Here's a look at what we got in:

Action Comics #217, 188 and 182.
Adventure Comics #254, 218, 202, 188, 176, 175 and 174.
Blackhawk #72
Captain Marvel Adventures #143, 135, 132 and 130

All of these classic issues and more are part of Dr. No's extensive Silver and Golden Age back issue collection. Come on by and see if we can complete you're collection today. And if we don't have it, we might be able to help you track it down!

Monday, August 18, 2014

New Release Highlights for Wednesday, August 13 and Dr. No's Multiverstiy Contest

 
DC and Grant Morrison's long awaited Multiversity #1, with art by Ivan Reis, hits store shelves this Wednesday! The new series spans the 52 alternative Earths that comprise the DC Multiverse. Each world introduces readers to DC's heroes like they've never been seen before. In the first issue set on Earth-23, President Superman uncovers something that threatens the entire Multiverse, and only a group of the best heroes from the different realities can stop it. You won't want to miss the beginning to what is sure to be a defining series in the DC Universe.

With the release of Multiversity #1 comes the beginning of Dr. No's Create Your Own DC New 52 Multiverse Contest! Morrison has revealed that seven of the worlds are yet undefined in the Multiverse. And that’s where you come in! What do you think those mystery verses could be? To enter, buy one of the special blank variant covers from Dr. No's and draw what you think one of the mystery Universes could be. Then return it to the store on or before September 10 to be entered into our contest to win the complete set of the remaining books in the Multiversity series (regular covers). After the contest is over, you'll get your unique cover back, so don't be afraid to let your imagination run wild; we will be evaluating submissions based on conceptual creativity as well as visual appeal. We will also post all entries on our website and Facebook for everyone else to marvel at. There will be a limited number of entries for the contest based on the number of blank covers we receive, so get here early to make sure you get a copy.

If you're a fan of crime stories, then look no further than Image's new series Fade Out #1 from the master team-up of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. The year is 1948. The city is Hollywood. A noir film is stuck, unable to make it past an ever increasing list of reshoots. The writer is harboring a dark secret. An actress turns up dead. And the studio doesn't want the good times to end. All of this combines to make one of the most ambitious stories from Brubaker and Phillips yet. As a bonus, all single issues will include back up articles that will not be included in future collections.

A historic cross-over featuring some of Pulp fan's favorite characters starts Wednesday in Justice, Inc. #1 by Michael Uslan and Giovanni Timpano. A missing airliner draws together three Pulp powerhouses: The Shadow, Doc Savage and The Avenger. Will these three be able to take down the evil that forced them together in the first place? With a team like that, I bet the bad guys will wonder why they even started the fight.

If you're looking for a team-up book a little less serious but just as action packed, you might be interested in Delinquents #1 by James Asmus and Kano. Quantum and Woody are not what you would describes as the world's best superheroes. Archer and Armstrong are an odd couple at best. Put these duos together, and you're in store for a comedic, action filled romp as they attempt to take down the Hobo King. Yes. You read that right. The Hobo King.