I almost did a list about comic recs instead, but seeing how half of my current favorite ones don’t even have their first volumes out, I thought this would be better and a way to motivate myself. I tried to pick series from the ones I already own however, I did include a couple of recs as well (I will eventually buy them so they count, right).
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The Fade Out, Vol. 1: Act One by Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips, Elizabeth Breitweiser
historical noir fiction comics published by Image Comics on March 10th, 2015
first volume in The Fade Out comic series
Brubaker and Phillips’ newest hit series, The Fade Out, is an epic noir set in the world of noir itself, the backlots and bars of Hollywood at the end of its Golden Era. A movie stuck in endless reshoots, a writer damaged from the war and lost in the bottle, a dead movie star and the lookalike hired to replace her. Nothing is what it seems in the place where only lies are true. The Fade Out is Brubaker and Phillips’ most ambitious project yet!
Collects The Fade Out issues #1 to #4.
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Mad Max: Fury Road: Furiosa #1 by George Miller, Nico Lathouris, Mark Sexton, Tristan Jones, Szymon Kudranski, and Mike Spicer
post-apocalyptic comics published by Vertigo on June 17th, 2015
issue number one of Mad Max: Fury Road prelude miniseries
High in the Citadel there exists a bio-dome of clean air and pure water, protected from the toxicity and anarchy of the Wasteland. Here the warlord Immortan Joe keeps his most prized possessions – his wives – imprisoned for his pleasure and his insistence that they bear him healthy male heirs.
Then, amid this cruel depravity, an unlikely rescuer emerges…the Immortan’s most lethal warrior: the Imperator Furiosa.
From the mind of George Miller, the creator of the Mad Max trilogy, the prelude miniseries to the upcoming film Mad Max: Fury Road continues!
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Sovereign, Volume 1 by Chris Roberson and Paul Maybury
historical high fantasy comics published by Image Comics on December 16th, 2014
first volume in Sovereign comic series
An epic fantasy in the tradition of Game of Thrones, Sovereign is set in a world which once knew gods, demons, and magic, and to which all three are returning. New York Times bestseller Chris Roberson joins artist Paul Maybury to tell the story of masked undertakers facing the undead with swords, of civil wars and cultures in collision, and of ancient threats emerging from the ashes of history to menace the future.
Collects Sovereign #1-5, plus extras.