Written by Guillem March, Dan Christensen, art and cover by Guillem March, cover by Milo Manara.

Spanish writer and artist Guillem March is best known for his ongoing, extensive work with DC Comics on Batman, Catwoman, and Harley Quinn and has worked as an artist on several graphic novels including the English editions of Monika with Titan Comics and The Dream with Europe Comics. Here, he takes up his pen for an edgy new five-part series about a highly unconventional angel named Karmen and the young woman she takes under her wing when a case of heartbreak strikes hard. Packed with surprises and metaphysics, this gorgeously drawn series deploys tenderness and humor as it dives deep into topics that matter.

$3.99, available on March 10.


Written by Scott Snyder, art and cover by Tony S. Daniel, Tomeu Morey, covers by Jock, Bosslogic.

« Full Throttle Dark, » Part One. Ten years after the world is plunged into an everlasting night that turns all living creatures into monstrous shades, the only way to survive is to stay close to artificial light. Enter Valentina « Val » Riggs, a skilled ferryman who transports people and goods along deadly unlit roads with her heavily illuminated eighteen wheeler.

$3.99, available on March 3.


Written, art and cover by Jason Howard.

When men become giant monsters destroying the world, only girls can stop them – Big Girls. Meet Ember: she writes poetry, loves to read, she’s 300 feet tall, and her full-time job is killing monsters! Her and the other girls are all that stand in the way of our world’s complete annihilation! Artist Jason Howard takes the full creative reins, writing and drawing a tale that could be described as a cross between John Wick & Godzilla by way of HBO’s Girls. Collects Big Girls #1-6.

$14.99, available on March 24.


Written David Walker, Chuck Brown (A/CA) Sanford Greene.

As Earth is overrun by hideous creatures fueled by racism, a new evil force known as the Tree of Hate has literally taken root. The Sangerye family of monster hunters once again finds themselves divided, and fighting each other, as they confront their most dangerous threat ever. Family dysfunction meets steampunk during the Harlem Renaissance, and life on Earth will never be the same in Bitter Root: Legacy.

$3.99, available on March 24.


Written, art and cover by Jared Muralt.

After just losing his wife, one father will have to face a world in freefall; shaken to its core by an economic, social, political and health crisis without precedent. Facing seemingly unreal and very unexpected dangers, he will do whatever it takes to protect his loved ones in a country on the brink of collapse. In this internationally acclaimed series, Jared Muralt not only tells the story of one family struggling to survive, but also questions the very reasons that brought mankind to this apocalypse. Collects The Fall #1-6.

$16.99, available on March 17.


Written by Ed Brubaker, art by Sean Phillips, Jacob Phillips, cover by Sean Phillips.

Another new original graphic novel featuring troublemaker-for-hire Ethan Reckless. It’s 1985 and things in Ethan’s life are going pretty well… until a missing woman shows up in the background of an old B-movie, and Ethan is drawn into Hollywood’s secret occult underbelly as he hunts for her among the wreckage of the wild days of the '70s.

$24.99, available on April 28.


Written by Sina Grace, Omar Spahi, art by Jenny Fine, Sina Grace, Mx Struble, cover by Jenny D. Fine.

it’s the new modern dramedy you didn’t know you needed! Sam and Jack are best friends, and Sam is dating Lauren, Jack’s indie rocker sister and roommate. Tensions skyrocket when Sam and Lauren decide to open up their long-term relationship, sending social shockwaves through their friend group and the entire Bay Area, leaving poor Jack caught in the middle! Life gets pretty messy when you’re in your 20s and your friends are your family. Includes back-up stories and never-before-seen bonus content! Collects Getting It Together #1-4.

$14.99, available on March 24.


Written by Brian Azzarello, art and cover by Eduardo Risso.

« The Well, » Part One. Stormy weather’s a-brewing in New York City. Lou’s back in town, and he’s on a mission to right his wrongs. But with Joe the Boss desperate to maintain his empire and Tempest angling for control, Lou might just have a whole world of wrong ahead of him.

$3.99, available on March 24.


Written by Rick Remender, art and cover by Bengal.

« Moonflower, » Part One. An army of deadly know-it-all devil hippies known as Moonflower plans to brainwash all of humanity with hyper piety! Ernie Ray doesn’t care until a hot cult escapee convinces him to help. Can he stop them and earn her love? Will he join the 238,000-mile-high club? Is hepatitis transmittable in space? All will be explored!

$3.99, available on March 17.


Written by Rick Remender, art by Lewis LaRosa, Andrew Robinson, Eric Powell, Roland Boschi, Wes Craig, Moreno DiNisio, cover by Nic Klein.

The fate of the world rests in the hands of the worst person on it! From writer Rick Remender and a murderers’ row of all-star artistic talent, comes the story of Ernie Ray Clementine - a profane, illiterate, drug-addicted biker with a fifth-grade education accidentally received a power-imbuing serum making him the world’s most powerful super spy. He is a relic of a bygone era, the living embodiment of sex, drugs, and rock and roll - so, this doesn’t make things easy for the spy organization that needs his help as they bribe, cajole, and manipulate him to choose between his own self-interests and doing what’s right. Collects The Scumbag #1-5.

$9.99, available on March 24.


Written by Joe Henderson, art by Lee Garbett, Antonio Fabela, covers by Lee Garbett, Jock.

Zadie Lu is afraid of her own shadow. She’s a teenager, so she really should have grown out of it by now, right? But something weird is happening in her small town. Zadie could swear the shadows are coming to life. Watching her. Trying to kill her. But how do you fight something you can’t even touch? And how does all of this tie into her family, of all things? Join Zadie Lu as she ventures into the shadows to face her fears and discovers a legacy she never knew she had.

$3.99, available on March 31.


Written by Chip Zdarsky, art and cover by Ramon K. Perez, Mike Spicer.

Nobody dies. In the town of Stillwater, that’s not just a promise. It’s a threat. Dive into a world of horror and intrigue in this new Skybound original series. Collects Stillwater #1-6.

$16.99, available on March 17.


Written by James Harren, art and cover by James Harren and Dave Stewart.

A cosmic plague has spread, transforming everyday people into violent, monstrous kaiju. Only the Ultramega - three individuals imbued with incredible powers - hold the line against this madness. Their battles level cities and leave untold horror in their wake. Now, the final reckoning approaches for the Ultramega… but is this a war they can even win?

Fight monsters and stand with humanity in this new Skybound original. Each issue is extra-sized, with a 60-page debut that can barely contain its giant heroes, creatures, and devastation!

$7.99, available on March 17.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art and cover by Andrei Bressan, Adriano Lucas.

As Boomer undergoes a startling transformation, Mikey barrels his way through the black market of magic that has erupted since the end of the war… leading to an unexpected confrontation with a former ally! Only three issues left!

$3.99, available on March 10.


Written by Sean Lewis, art and cover by Caitlin Yarsky.

Whatever happened to Perry’s mother, Mabel? For issues, the question has floated, and now we discover the fate of our heroine. As Benton relives his path from monster to reconciliation and Perry desperately tries to return with the one thing he believes can save his father, the goddess Lethe probes deep into both men’s pasts to bring back the one pain neither of them can live with.

$3.99, available on March 10.


Written by Steve Orlando, art and cover by Davide Tinto, covers by Meghan Hetrick, cosplay.

Originator hunts the psychotic radio-sapiens known as the Social Callers, but is she shutting them down or joining them? With empathy in rigor and Frontier vanished, only superhuman logic can keep the Crisis Command fighting against the American Individuality Act and the Extinction Society’s next move!

$3.99, available on March 10.


Written by Donny Cates, art and cover by Geoff Shaw, Dee Cunniffe, John J. Hill.

« Kids Love Chains, » Part Five-Finally… it’s all come to this. What awaits our heroes at ground zero? What is the nefarious Father Lowe up to in that basement of his? Who the hell is narrating this book? Where am I? What’s happening?

$3.99, available on March 31.


Written by Mirka Andolfo, David Goy, art and cover by Andrea Broccardo, cover by Mirka Andolfo.

Paul hasn’t recovered from the mysterious Jolene’s shocking resemblance to Pamela, and for the meek and fearful scientist, the situation is already getting worse. The scary sea monsters who rushed them seem to be unbeatable. Will they find a way to survive? Outside help will be needed… and luckily, they will make some new friends who will help them survive. And in the meantime, Pam is still trapped in the deep ocean.

$3.99, available on March 1.


Written by James Tynion IV, art by Tyler Boss, cover by Martin Simmonds.

It’s another deep dive into the Secret Archives as guest artist Tyler Boss joins James Tynion IV and The Department of Truth to investigate sightings of flying saucers…and the strange men in black suits trying to cover up their existence. Hold onto your cows-the truth is out there!

$3.99, available on March 31.


Written by Brandon Thomas, art and cover by Khary Randolph, Emilio Lopez.

Spencer Dales was born into a world of magic. His father belongs to the Aegis, a secret society of black magicians ordered by their unseen masters to better the lives of others - of higher potential - but never themselves. Now, Spencer Dales has one purpose: tear down the Aegis and free everyone under their « protection. » However, with his closest ally in prison and the Tenth looking to put Spence in an adjoining cell, creating a better future won’t be easy. But it needs to happen now. Collects Excellence #7-12.

$16.99, available on May 5.


Written by Jeff Lemire, art and cover by Phil Hester, Eric Gapstur, Ryan Cody.

The supernatural family drama concludes! Grandpa Judd refuses to give up the fight with the Arborists, even as his young granddaughter Meg begins what could be her final transformation into a tree…or is it the world that will be transformed forever? Collects Family Tree #9-12.

$14.99, available on May 31.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Chris Samnee, Matthew Wilson.

The Serpent’s Omen moves in for the kill!!

$3.99, available on March 3.

HA HA #3

Written by W. Maxwell Price, art and cover by Roger Langridge, cover by Paul Rentler.

« Remi Says… »-Real friends need not speak a word to each other. Our less-funny-than-the-title-suggests clown anthology continues with a silent mime story.

$3.99, available on March 24.


Written, art and cover by Andrew MacLean, art by Jordie Bellaire.

Assassins of the Dark Lord close in on our team of heroes as they blunder toward the second artifact, the Martan Keystone. Guarded by a monstrously huge spider, the Keystone won’t be easily got and requires much teamwork, which proves difficult when Norgal goes missing. Always oversized. Always quarterly.

$5.99, available on March 17.


Written by Dan Watters, art and cover by Caspar Wijngaard.

The Home Sick Pilots are reunited - but not for long. Who else knows about the ghosts? Who is killing for them? What has been crawling out of the VHS machine at night with blood on its rewindable mind?

32 pages, $3.99, available on March 10.


Written, art and cover by Emma Kubert, Rusty Gladd.

A powerful sorceress must attempt to correct her greatest mistake - the creation of a magical cat that can travel through time, space, and the seven realms of reality. The cat threatens to unravel the fabric of the universe, doesn’t care, and just won’t listen! Collects Inkblot #1-6.

$9.99, available on April 7.


Written by Steve Niles, art by Marcelo Frusin, covers by John Romita Jr., Emily Brooks Millar.

The final showdown. Will a battered and beaten Kick-Ass defend herself against Hit-Girl, ignore her instincts, and kill a child to save her own life? This explosive, bloody final issue sees Kick-Ass at war with Hit-Girl, the assassins, and herself.

$3.99, available on March 10.


Written by Rodney Barnes, art and cover by Jason Shawn Alexander.

Adams’ battle to reshape the United States in his own twisted vision might have been thwarted for now, giving Jimmy Sangster a moment of respite, but the war for a new America rages on! Now, as Abigail steps out of the shadows, she unleashes a new violent terror upon the city some have renamed Killadelphia. But this time, it’s about creating as widespread a web of fear imaginable as she rips the beating heart from the city itself. Can Jimmy stop her, or will history repeat and force him to meet the same fate as his father? Collects Killadelphia #7-12 and the pulse-pounding werewolf saga, Elysium Gardens.

$16.99, available on March 31.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art and cover by Mike Henderson.

The Nailbiter’s secrets turned a fun game from high school into a deadly war between serial killers! Sheriff Crane and Agent Finch must return to the destroyed Buckaroo to find the horrific Mastermind behind the bloodshed before it spreads! Collects Nailbiter Returns #6-10.

$16.99, available on March 24.


Written by Marco B. Bucci, art and cover by Jacopo Camagni, cover by Werther Dell’Edera.

« As The World Falls Down, » Part Three/ No spoilers of course, but let’s just say the main theme of this issue is Ch-ch-changes. The world of Nomen Omen has changed in a pretty substantial way, and everyone in it must come to terms with it. Which means a huge party for some, a sacrifice for others, while for Becky… well, wait and see.

$3.99, available on March 31.


Written, art and cover by Sina Grace.

Cartoonist Sina Grace returns with another chapter in his growing library of reflective memoirs, producing his strongest and most compelling tale to date. Chronicling a year of heartbreaks, writer’s block, career highs, emotional lows, and the emergence of a mystery illness, Nothing Lasts Forever is Grace’s unflinching exploration of how to pick up the pieces and find hope when absolutely everything falls apart.

$14.99, available on Feb. 10.


Written by Steve Skroce, art and cover by Steve Skroce and Dave Stewart.

Carolyn 's reunion with her long thought dead mother is cut short when they’re captured by American Forces, and a hero called the Night Terror, a fiction from the the gone world, appears, but is he friend or foe?

$3.99, available on March 24.


Written by Kyle Higgins, art by Marcelo Costa, covers by Marcelo Costa, Diego Greco.

Yesterday: Nathan found an alien artifact that turned him into a superhero. Today? His dad says he has to get a job, so driving for rideshare company Drivr it is. Oh, and there’s also someone else out there robbing banks with powers like his. That’s probably important.

$3.99, available on March 31.


Written, art and cover by Brandon Graham.

Supercriminal Brik Blok’s new butler body craves eating dust and can see through walls. How will he adjust to his new carapace? Meanwhile, the dead start returning to the palace-world of Skycradle.

$4.99, available on March 24.


Written by Ryan Ferrier, art by Moritat, Casey Silver, Priscilla Petraites, Marco Lesko.

Titans, parasites, werewolves, oh my! In the absence of gods, Palisade has become a Pandora’s box of the absolutely weird and definitely not wonderful. As Hannah struggles to level up her black magic skills, the Queens face a foe unlike ever before…the Void! Herald of anarchy or gatekeeper of freedom? Answers abound in the thrilling conclusion to « The God Dilemma. » Collects Rat Queens #21-25.

$16.99, available on March 17.


Written, art and cover by Erik Larsen.

« A Walk on the Wild Side! » Amy Dragon skips school to run off on a wild adventure with Walter the talking tiger.

$3.99, available on March 17.

SPAWN #316

Written by Todd McFarlane, art by Carlo Barberi, covers by Francesco Mattina, Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo.

« Chain Gang, » Part Three. A new team… a new mission, the Chain Gang! She-Spawn. Gunslinger Spawn. Medieval Spawn. The Reaper.

$2.99, available on March 17.


Written by Tony Fleecs, art by Trish Forstner, covers by Tony Fleecs, Trish Forstner,

Something doesn’t smell right! None of the dogs know what happens behind that door at the end of the hallway. All they know is there’s a punishment for sniffing around it. What secrets are hidden in the Master’s Forbidden Room?

$3.99, available on March 24.


Written by John Arcudi, art and cover by Valerio Giangiordano.

« The Iron Noose, » Part Two-Facing a court-martial and execution at the hands of the Union Army, Virgil must depend on the enemy to save his life

Tiens c’est marrant de voir le Karmen de Guillem March sortir un an après qu’il soit sorti dans nos contrées.

Bien qu’il soit espagnol, j’aurais cru que vu son travail permanent avec les ricains il serait sorti d’abord chez eux.

C’est un éditeur basque ?


Il travaille aussi pas mal avec les Français… ~___^

Sinon, je le cite :

HEYHEYHEY! BIG NEWS! Image Comics will release KARMEN as a 5-issues mini starting on MARCH. After working on Karmen for six years, I can say I delivered my best work ever. I come back to writing duties because I know I´m a much better #storyteller when I´m doing the whole thing. If you know me from my #superhero work, I´m sure Karmen will surprise you. I can´t tell with words how proud I´m of this #book, and how it makes me happy it will finally be released for the US audience.


Kick Ass n’est elle pas une licence du catalogue creator owned de Marvel au départ ??

Ça appartient à Millar. Il peut donc développer des produits annexes ailleurs, et récupérer le truc quand Marvel a fini d’exploiter leur édition. Un peu sur le modèle de certains produits Bendis.


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Brubaker a lui aussi ramené son creator-owned dans ses valises (Criminal) en allant chez Image.

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