Ryan Thomason

Boom! Studios Sneak Peeks, June 1st!

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We hope you enjoy and pick up some comics based off what you see here! Our recommend for this week is We’d love to hear what you think or if you want to talk about what you’re reading with other comic fans check out the special comic section of our forum!


Writer: Ian Brill
Artist: Morgan Luthi
Pages: 32
Price: $3.99
When Chip ‘n’ Dale’s undercover mission spins hilariously out of control, everybody’s favorite diminutive detectives find themselves in danger of getting stuck—by a horde of angry porcupines! Meanwhile, Gadget and Monterey Jack have been captured…and time is running out.


Writer: Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory
Artist: Damiian Coucerio
Pages: 24
Price: $3.99
As Evan and Marta race to find a way to bring down the corporate army of monstrous vampires, Dracula’s own bloody past comes back to haunt him in a very real, very deadly way… Sink your teeth into this can’t-miss issue of the critically acclaimed horror series as Kurt Busiek continues to bring an incredibly modern spin to the Dracula mythos!


Writer: Mark Waid
Artist: Peter Krause, Diego Barreto
Pages: 24
Price: $3.99
Make way for the brand new Paradigm! Survivor has put together a motley crew of supposedly reformed criminals and villains…and now they face their first threat! But can a group this dangerous and unstable actually make it through a mission without killing each other first? All this and an unlikely duo team-up to decide the fate of Plutonian!


Writer: Michele Gazzarri
Artist: Ramano Scappa
Pages: 24
Price: $3.99
The classic 1966 Romano Scarpa tale “The Fifty Money Bins Caper” is printed for the first time ever in the U.S.! Scrooge McDuck shows some crafty initiative against the ever-looming threat of the Beagle Boys by constructing a fleet of fifty new money bins and hiding his money in a new one each week. This all sounds like a good idea until the construction costs come due! And when the Beagles decide to kidnap Donald Duck to track Scrooge’s coins…it’s not just interest that is compounding here!


Writer: Dick Kinney, Peter Weijenberg, Bob Karp
Artist: Al Hubbard, Dick Matena, Al Taliaferro
Pages: 40
Price: $3.99
he celebration of 70 years of Walt Disney’s Comics continues with a slew of classic stories perfect for the beginning of summer! Donald Duck tries to keep Duckburg cool – from global warming, that is – in William Van Horn’s “The Heat of the Moment,” and then Donald takes to the beach with his cousin Fethry in the 1965 Dick Kinney and Al Hubbard “Water Sports” — which has never been printed in the U.S. This issue also includes the Dick Matena-drawn “Pop’s Army” and a classic Al Taliaferro Donald story not seen in the U.S. in over 60 years!

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