Monday, July 28, 2014

New Release Highlights for Wednesday, July 30!

This Wednesday, July 30, DC's Vertigo imprint brings you a murder mystery spanning centuries in Bodies #1 by Si Spencer and four talented artists: Dean Ormston, Phil Winslade, Meghan Hetrick and Tula Lotay. Each artists tackles a different time period featuring a different detective but all set in one location, London. You won't want to miss this epic new story. Readers may also like to check out Verigo Quarterly: Megenta, a new anthology highlighting established and new, upcoming writers and artists in one place! And the long awaited third issue of Neil Gaiman's Sandman Overture will also be available, so don't miss that.

Are you excited to see the new Guardians of the Galaxy film hitting theaters this Friday? Well, if you want something to hold you over, Marvel has you covered with a couple books this week. In Guardians of the Galaxy #17, the Guardians are in need of some team-building exercises to work out the kinks with the new members, but finding the time will be difficult for these galactic adventures. Then, peek into the future of the Guardians in the 100th Anniversary Special: Guardians of the Galaxy by Andy Lanning and Gustavo Duarte. Classic and new Guardians take on the Silver Galactus in this future Marvel story! We'll also have the new Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: Art of the Movie in stock on Wednesday, so if you really can't wait to see what's in the film, this is the book you'll want to pick up.

Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini join forces once again to bring readers their newest series from Image Comics: Low #1. After the Sun irradiated the Earth, humans were driven deep beneath the seas and forced to live in protective cities. In hopes of finding a new home, humans sent probes out into the galaxy. Now, thousands of years later, a probe has returned to the Earth's surface. After so much time has past, the uninhabited surface proves more alien than anyone could imagine. Survivors from beneath the sea must once again make their way to the surface, but the journey will not be easy.

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