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- A 4-part from IDW chief creative officer Chris Ryall and Locke & Key artist Gabriel Rodriguez. A female warrior arrives on Earth to "either save the planet or destroy it." You'll get to see Onyx #0 as a bonus story in some IDW May titles.
- A miniseries of
- about “a squad of androids who are shrunken down to complete world-saving missions.” This is also written by Chris Ryall, with artwork by Nelson Daniel.
- described as "Blood, death, and fire - the darkest kind of magic” in which Tiger needs to battle "an unthinkable supernatural obscenity." Out in August.
- Conspiracy thriller Negative Space starts with writer's block, a suicide note and involves a terrible corporation and “ancient underwater creatures who feed off our strongest and most base emotions.” I bet this writer has a fascinating backstory. On sale in July.
- kicks off in July and sounds more like a documentary from the future than fiction: "Everything everyone ever posted online has been weaponized against them. The reign of the Corporation is quickly becoming as absolute as it is brutal - unless the Tomorrows can stop it." Curt Pires is the scribe, with a different artist every issue. Out in July.
- , which launches in September, is about a kid who gets some “matter-reinterpreting technology" on his 18th birthday. A government agent and a "bumbling Nazi scientist" are involved. Wait, aren't bumbling characters supposed to be lovable?
- Jumping to October, we’ll have an Old West peopled by robots, Martians, killer apes and vampires. Delightfully zany or tired and gimmicky? It probably depends on the execution. Which will come from Mark Miller, Joe Lansdale, and Piotr Kowalski.
- Toward the end of the year - not exactly summer - we'll get Eric Powell partnering with illustrator Stephanie Buscema for Chimichanga: . "Wrinkle's Traveling Circus's most adorable bearded girl and her savory-named beast are back."
And if you didn't hear today, we're also getting two Wonder Woman books this fall - from Jill Thompson and Grant Morrison. Wonder Woman: Earth One will be out in November with pretty art by Yanick Paquette and some of those subversive bondage themes that lurked in old WW comics. Jill Thompson's Wonder Woman: The Very Selfish Princess is out in September. The art in each looks gorgeous.
So many comic books!