Writer: Greg Pak.

Artist: Dan McDaid.

Cover Artists: Lee Garbett, Joe Quinones, Ethan Young.

Mal and Zoe relive the worst day of the war as they delve deeper into their past and debate an awful truth: Are they war criminals?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 15.


Writer: Jordie Bellaire.

Artist: Dan Mora.

Cover Artist: Matthew Taylor.

Go back to the beginning as the pop culture phenomenon Buffy The Vampire Slayer is reimagined under the guidance of series creator Joss Whedon. This is the Buffy Summers you know, who wants what every average teenager wants: friends at her new school, decent grades, and to escape her imposed destiny as the next in a long line of vampire slayers tasked with defeating the forces of evil.

But her world looks a lot more like the one outside your window, as BOOM! brings Buffy into a new era with new challenges, new friends…and a few enemies you might already recognize. But the more things change, the more they stay the same, as the Gang faces brand new Big Bads, and the threat lurking beneath the perfectly manicured exterior of Sunnydale High confirms what every teenager has always known: high school truly is hell.

Collects issues #1-4.

128 pages, $14.99, in stores on May 8.


Writers: Lev Grossman, Lilah Sturges.

Artist: Pius Bak. Cover

Artist: ​ Steve Morris

Alice Quinn is manifestly brilliant, and she’s always known that magic is real. During her years at Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, she rises to the top of her class, falls in love with Quentin Coldwater, and witnesses a horrifically magical creature invade their dimension. It’s not soon after graduation when Alice, Quentin, and their friends set their sights on the idyllic setting of Fillory: a place thought to only live in the pages of their favorite children’s books. A land where magic flows like rivers . . . But in this magical realm nothing is what it seems to be, and something darker lies behind the spellbinding facade. It is in the darkness where Alice will discover her true calling and her life, and those friends, forever changed.

208 pages, $26.99, in stores on July 10.


Writer: Carly Usdin.

Artist: Noah Hayes.

Cover Artists: Noah Hayes, Cara McGee.

The Avant-Guards have been on a roll when it comes to their newly formed Athletic Coalition, and Charlie has been getting more comfortable with her new teammates, but when they hit the end of their winning-streak, will these new friendships survive?

32 pages, $3.99


Writer: Carly Usdin.

Artist: Noah Hayes.

Cover Artist: Veronica Fish.

Giant Days ​meets ​Check, Please,​ from the creator of​ Heavy Vinyl! Welcome to the Georgia O’Keeffe College of Arts and Subtle Dramatics, an historically all-female school whose population is decidedly more drama geek than jock. Liv, aspiring actor and basketball enthusiast, doesn’t understand why she can’t be both, but she seems alone in that belief…until Charlie. Charlie is a recent transfer, a star basketball player, and the answer to all of Liv’s problems. She’ll stop at nothing to get Charlie to join the ragtag group of misfits that make up their fledgling basketball team.

Collects issues #1-4 in an exclusive comic shop release.

96 pages, $14.99, in stores on May 22.


Writers: Patrick McHale, Gavin Fullerton.

Artist/Cover Artist: Gavin Fullerton.

This is the tale of John Motts. He is a man who had a dog, but now that dog is gone. John searches his house, his street, and his town, but the dog is nowhere to be found. John soon realizes that he must travel further, past the road and into the trees if he’s ever to find out the truth of what happened to his dog. BAGS (or a story thereof) is a journey of love and suspense as John Motts searches through the world he knows, and a world he doesn’t, woven together beautifully by Patrick McHale, creator of the​Emmy Award-winning Cartoon Network series Over The Garden Wall, and Gavin Fullerton (Disney’s ​Space Chickens in Space).

96 pages, $12.99, in stores on July 17.


Writer: C.B. Lee.

Artist/Cover Artist: Mattia di Meo.

Ben Tennyson isn’t your average 10-year-old…he’s also the wielder of the the Omnitrix, an alien device that allows Ben to shift into ten different alien forms from around the galaxy. Together with his cousin Gwen and Grandpa Max, they protect the world from alien incursions. When a science camp is attacked by a mysterious threat, Ben and Gwen must go undercover as campers to find out who or what is responsible. To have any chance of saving the day, they’ll need to follow the grisly trail of science experiments gone wrong.

80 pages, $7.99, in stores on July 24.


Writers: Jeremy Sorese, Josceline Fenton, Melanie Gillman, Grace Kraft, others.

Artists: Coleman Engle, Lamar Abrams, Chrystin Garland, Katy Farina, Rii Abrego, others.

Cover Artist: ​ Design by Jillian Crab.

They are the Crystal Gems and they always save the day. Defending Beach City and planet earth from evil, no one love deeper, fights harder than Steven Universe. BOOM! Studios presents the first All-In-One edition! With over 500 pages of content, this hardcover book collects three different Steven Universe series and is a perfect collectors item for long-time fans or new readers alike! This one-of-a-kind collection brings together over 30 stories set in Cartoon Network’s Emmy Award-winning series Steven Universe, including a short by series creator Rebecca Sugar and storyboard artist Lamar Abrams.

Collects Steven Universe (2014) ​#1-8, Steven Universe & the Crystal Gems #1-4, and​Steven Universe (2017) ​#1-12.

560 pages, $74.99, in stores on July 10.


Writer: Greg Pak.

Artist: Giannis Milonogiannis.

Cover Artists: Giannis Milonogiannis, Ethan Young.

Though the Island’s shelter provides protection, Hana can no longer watch the slaughter on the mainland and leaves her home with General Sato to save the Shogunates’s civilians. Kenichi reluctantly joins her, with his own motivations for the island’s protection in mind.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 8.


Writer: Ryan Parrott.

Artist: Eleonora Carlini.

Cover Artists: Marcus To,​Miguel Mercado, Audrey Mok, Gleb Melnikov.

With Rita on the hunt and the students of Angel Grove High in danger, the Rangers are forced to make fast choices to protect their friends. With the clock ticking, Zack must decide whether he will listen to Zordon, or disobey direct orders if it means helping the others.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 15.


Writer: Ryan Parrott.

Artist: Eleonora Carlini.

Cover Artist: Dan Mora.

In the aftermath of the Shattered Grid event, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers must stop Rita’s sinister plan to acquire a new weapon. But when Jason and Trini follow Rita into a magic portal, they get more than they bargained for when their connection to the Morphin Grid gets crossed and their powers become transposed. Collects issues #13-16.

112 pages, $16.99, in stores on July 3.


Writer: Marguerite Bennett.

Artist:​Simone di Meo.

Cover Artists: Jamal Campbell, Jordan Gibson, Xermanico.

After the shocking revelations of last issue, the new team of Power Rangers make their final stand – and none of them will escape unscathed!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 29.


Writer: Brian Azzarello.

Artist: Maria Llovet.

Cover Artists: Paul Pope, Vanesa R. Del Rey.

Faith is drawn into a new world when she attends a party at the home of renowned artist Louis Thorn. It’s a world of opulence, excess, and sensuality – and something darker that she can’t put her finger on. There is something . . . curious about these people, a darkness or shadow just at the edge of reason . . . and maybe it is exactly what Faith is looking for.


Writer: Cullen Bunn.

Artist/Cover Artist: Jonas Scharf

The walls continue to close in on the Winters family, as they are assaulted by foes on all sides.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 22.


Writer: ​ Cullen Bunn

Artist: ​ Jesús Hervás Cover

Artist: ​ Vanesa R. Del Rey

The nation is in the grip of a terrible pandemic. The so-called Empty Man disease causes insanity and violence. Government quarantines are mandatory. One of the afflicted is Melissa Kerry, and the next step should be to quarantine her – but those who enter quarantine are never seen again. Melissa’s family won’t let that happen. All they have to do is care for her, keep her worsening condition a secret – and they’ll do anything, trust anyone, to keep her safe. Recurrence ​ is the second installment in ​The Empty Man ​franchise and explores the psychological horror of a family member in decline, and the depths one will go to protect those they love. Collects issues #1-4.

112 pages, $14.99, in store on July 17.


Writer: Cullen Bunn.

Artist: Jesus Hervas

Cover Artists: Vanesa R. Del Rey, Jesus Hervas.

After the return of someone long thought dead, Jensen and the Kerry family might finally have the reinforcements needed to stave off the Empty Man’s advances once and for all.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 8.


Writer: Matt Kindt.

Artist: Tyler Jenkins.

Cover Artist: Tyler Jenkins.

The rural mystery series chronicling the tragic lives of the Grass Kings, three brothers and rulers of a self-sufficient trailer park kingdom - a fiefdom of the hopeless and lost seeking a promised land. The grass kingdom is run by middle brother Robert, who has been grief-stricken since losing his daughter years ago. When a mysterious young woman flees to their community in search of safety, Robert takes her in. As her true identity comes to light, Robert must decide if his chance at atonement is worth risking the entire Kingdom. Collects issues #1-6.

176 pages, $17.99, in stores on July 10.


Writer: Matt Kindt.

Artist: Tyler Jenkins.

Cover Artists: Matt Kindt, Tyler Jenkins.

The Badges continue to unravel the mysterious history of the program, learning the secret history of their parents…and their role in the threats the Badges must now face!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 15.


Writer: Ollie Masters.

Artists: Luca Pizzari, Eoin Marron, Lucas Werneck.

Cover Artist: Robert Sammelin.

BOOM! Studios presents the the third and final of the Sons of Anarchy Legacy Editions! Collecting the previously released Sons of Anarchy​ comic for the first time under one cover in an all-new value priced format. The ride begins here. Jax Teller has always had one dream: to follow the family legacy and join the Sons of Anarchy. But at eighteen, still reeling from his father’s death and just starting out as a prospect, Jax is about to discover just how hard the life of an outlaw can be. Collects Sons of Anarchy Redwood Original​ #1-12.

304 pages, $29.99, in stores on July 24.


Writer: Dennis Hopeless.

Artist: Serg Acuna, Kendall Goode.

Cover Artist: Marco D’Alfonso.

Before he became The Face That Runs The Place, AJ Styles spent nearly twenty years traveling the world, making sacrifices, all with one goal: proving himself as the best in-ring performer, bar none. Now, for the first time ever, see how the Phenomenal One’s quest led him to WWE, and how he took the biggest stage in sports entertainment and made it his own. Collects WWE #21-25.

128 pages, $19.99, in stores on July 31.

CODA #12

Writer: Simon Spurrier.

Artist: Matías Bergara.

Cover Artists: Matías Bergara, Chris Visions.

Final issue. The story of Hum and the Nag comes to a close.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 29.


Writer: Jim Henson.

Artist/Cover Artist: Ramon Perez.

Tale of Sand ​is an Eisner Award-winning original graphic novel adaptation of an unproduced, feature-length screenplay written by Jim Henson and his frequent writing partner, Jerry Juhl. Tale of Sand follows scruffy everyman, Mac, who wakes up in an unfamiliar town, and is chased across the desert of the American Southwest by all manners of man and beast of unimaginable proportions. Produced with the blessing of the Henson family, ​Tale of Sand ​will allow Henson fans to recognize some of the inspirations and set pieces that appeared in later Henson Company productions.

160 pages, $24.99, in stores on July 3.


Writer/Artist: Chan Chau

Cover Artists: Cory Godbey, Chan Chau.

This tale explores the Chinese mythology of Nuwa. Long ago before mankind, Nuwa traveled through vast fields and mountains of the earth in awe of its beauty. The planet was beautiful, but lonely and she decided to fill the earth with human beings. But while life filled the Earth and Nuwa’s heart, creation was only the beginning of the story.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 8.


Writer: Adam Smith.

Artist: Alexandria Huntington.

Cover Artists: Benjamin Dewey, David Petersen.

Thurma and Kensho are struggling on their chosen paths. Divided from their respective allies by betrayal and loss, both heroes must put their trust in the powers of Thra and Mithra, which work to bring Kensho and Thurma together for a much needed reunion.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 1.


Writer: Seanan McGuire.

Artist: Alexa Bosy.

Cover Artists: Alexa Bosy, Veronica Fish.

When Jo, April, Mal, Molly, and Ripley stumble upon several muddy, spiky, cactus kittens in the woods, they take on the sacred mission of bringing the kittens back to their home. However, when they reach the garden menageries and its Dryad tender, they find that there is a deeper problem at the heart of the garden – and the Roanokes are the only ones who can help! Writer Seanan McGuire and artist Alexa Bosy team up for an entirely new Lumberjanes story! Plus, an all-new short story from Mariana Costa.

40 pages, $7.99, in stores on May 29.


Writers: Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh.

Artist: Ayme Sotuyo.

Cover Artist: Kat Leyh.

In the aftermath of the time shenanigans set off by Jo’s Mysterious Time Thingy, the Roanoke scouts are a little bit uneasy on their feet. It’s up to Counselor Jen to rally the 'Janes, and she’s got just the thing to help get them back up and off adventuring again: a quest to seek out the most mysterious mythological monster of all…the mighty Jackalope! Collects issues #45-48.

112 pages, $14.99, in stores on July 24.


Writers: Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh.

Artist: AnneMarie Rogers.

Cover Artists: Kat Leyh, Chan Chau.

In her quest to face her fears, Mal has stumbled into the most frightening place of all: the Land of Lost Things. In this pocket dimension, time moves faster than in the real world, and dinosaurs still rule supreme. None of the Roanokes have ever gone dimension-tripping by themselves before, much less accidentally! It’s up to Jo, April, Ripley, and Molly to find a way to get Mal back home, safe and (hopefully) sound!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 15.


Writers: Kurt Lustgarten, Kiwi Smith.

Artist: Leisha Riddel.

Cover Artist: Audrey Mok.

There are certain things Brenda expects to find while hacking: money, secrets, occasional pictures of cats. She is not expecting to find a cryogenically frozen master thief from the 60s.

Mia is everything Brenda is not – cool, confident, beautiful. And utterly unprepared for the digital age. Despite their differences, the two will need to team up to find out what happened to Mia – and how to pull off the heist of the century.

112 pages, $14.99, in stores on July 3.


Writers: Kiwi Smith, Kurt Lustgarten.

Artist: Leisha Riddel.

Cover Artist: Audrey Mok.

Brenda and Mia, having pulled off the ultimate heist but lost the prize, are pulled back in for one more round in the fight for the Net of Indra! It’s all or nothing as they take on Mia’s arch-nemesis from the 1960s: the nefarious, notorious, ignominious Hatch Leonard.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 29.


Writer: John Allison.

Artist / Cover Artist: Max Sarin.

In times of a disastrous norovirus outbreak in McGraw’s for-fun cricket team, Susan, Esther, and Daisy are called up on to defend McGraw’s sportly honor. Taking up the bats of his fallen mates and donning their cricket whites, it’s a sporting adventure the girls had literally never anticipated! Can Susan be genteel and sportsmanlike? Can Esther stop goofing off? Will Daisy prove the greatest cricketer of all time?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 1.


Writer: John Allison.

Artist: Christine Larsen.

Cover Artists: Christine Larsen, Sarah Stern.

​Jane and Heather confront Chet Charles, the mysterious inventor thought missing for over a decade! All that remains is to discover the sort of thing that could drive you crazy enough to want to live inside a mountain for twenty years and pretend to be the most powerful being in a dimension.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 8.


Writer: Olivia Olson.

Artist: Slimm Fabert.

Cover Artists: Brittney Williams, Danielle Chuatico, Jamie Loughran.

Marceline, Simon, Finn, and Jake are on a quest through the multiverse to free Betty from Golb’s control and resolve Simon’s greatest guilt. They’ll have to fight through lots of obstacles – including some aliens – before they eventually find Betty.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 15.


Writer: Celia Lowenthal.

Artist: Jorge Monlongo.

Cover Artist: ​ Miguel Mercado

When Greg loses a shoe, Wirt must find a way to replace it, and fast if they want to avoid a repeat of the summer camp splinter incident. Luckily, it’s not long before they stumble upon Hollow Town, a hamlet populated entirely by wooden doll people, where Wirt finds work as a babysitter for the enigmatic Mrs. Clemence. However, the longer they stay in Hollow Town, the more it becomes clear that Hollow Town holds a sinister secret…

The Emmy Award-winning series continues further into the Unknown with this brand-new Over the Garden Wall​graphic novel. A new adventure-filled journey with Wirt, Greg and Beatrice. Collects the complete 5-issue series.

112 pages, $14.99, in stores on July 3.


Writer: Grace Kraft.

Artist: Rii Abrego.

Cover Artist: Missy Pena.

Head on down to Beach City and see what’s shakin’ with Steven Universe and the gang! You can check out what happens when Steven introduces Peridot to her first video game and her competitive side completely takes over (seriously, it’s scary), or you can take a trip down memory lane as the Crystal Gems tell the story of building their Beach City home…and how it almost came crashing down. Everywhere you turn, there’s summer fun for everyone! Collects issues​Steven Universe #17-20.

112 pages, $14.99, in stores on July 31.


Writer: Terry Blas.

Artist: Gabriele Bagnoli.

Cover Artists: Missy Pena, Francesca Perrone.

When the Off Colors are trapped in a world of their own fears by an evil gem, it’s up to Lars to confront his own insecurities and rally his crew to get free!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 29.


Writer: Anthony Burch.

Artist: Mattia Di Meo.

Cover Artists: Ian McGinty, Joey McCormick.

Rocko and Spunky must brave the zombified landscape of O-Town to make it to Filburt’s house, who has taken up quite a few odd survivalist habits.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on May 1.

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