Weekly Draw: She-Hulk, Behemoth, Tales of the Amazons, and more

It’s almost another new comic book day, which means new releases are hitting stores and digital platforms. Every week at The Weekly Pull, a file Characters book.com The team is highlighting new releases that are getting us even more excited about another week of comics. Whether these are editions from the major publisher or from the small press, or entirely new editions of ongoing series, or original graphic novels, or collected editions of old material, whether they include hoods or any other kind, if it gets us excited about books Pictured this week, we’ll tell you about it in The Weekly Pull.

This week, a new release from She-Hulk, Boom, begins Behold, Behemoth, and DC with the release of Tales of the Amazon. Plus, a missing piece from Studio Ghibli history, the new Marvel’s Secret Invasion series, and hardcover versions of DIE and The Invisible Kingdom.

What comics are you most excited about this week? Let us know what new releases you’re looking forward to reading in the comments, and feel free to leave some of your suggestions as well. Check back tomorrow for our weekly reviews and again next week for a new installment of The Weekly Pull.

Behold, Behemoth #1

(Photo: Nick Robles, Boom Studios)
  • By Tate Brumball
  • The art of Nick Robles
  • Nick Robles’ colors
  • Letters Designed by AndWorld
  • Posted by Boom Studios

Boom Studios has made itself one of the most exciting comics publishers and has maintained that reputation admirably over the past few years. In addition to the consistent quality of the licensed work, the concepts owned by the creators of some of the most prominent talents in Direct Market Comics have given readers such fascinating series as time and futureAnd the Something is killing childrenAnd the briarAnd the damn them all (Just last week!), and much more. He appears Behemoth Get ready to join those illustrious ranks this week. Author Tate Brumball (slaughter houseAnd an extraordinary artist Nick Robles (Dream: waking hours) team up to tell readers a story of instant tragedies and horrific events. The series centers on Greyson, a social worker haunted by horrific dreams, who faces the loss of his brother and a murder linked to his latest ward. Due to Robles’ transitional and ethereal style of work, weaving nightmares and reality into a powerful new environment makes Behemoth One of the most promising shows of 2022. Readers should be thrilled (or maybe a little scared) to discover what will lead them starting Wednesday of this week. – Chase Magnet

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(Photo: Image Comics)
  • By Kieron Gillen
  • Art by Stephanie Hans
  • Posted by Image Comics

RPGs have been a part of the cultural zeitgeist over the past several years, particularly during the pandemic, Kerron Gillen and Stephanie Hans death I captured that moment perfectly. The story follows a group of friends who got trapped in the fictional world of a tabletop role-playing game as children and manage to escape at great cost, only to return to this world as adults. Gillen uses this premise to examine the roots of role-playing games in the war games, board games, and fantasy genre, while also weaving a personal story about how and why we create fictional identities for ourselves, those that can often reflect something we’re not. Willing to confess publicly. The dreamlike artwork by Stephanie Hans perfectly captured the surrealism of the story, and now it’s all collected in one large hardcover collection that’s worth anyone’s time but especially valuable to those who sat around a table pretending to be someone else with friends. – Jimmy Lovett

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Invisible Kingdom Library Edition

    (Photo: Christian Ward, Dark Horse Comics)
  • Written by J. Willow Wilson
  • The art of Christian Ward
  • Sal Cipriano messages
  • Posted by Dark Horse Comics

After DC closed the Vertigo Comics imprint, legendary editor Karen Berger set up shop with Berger Books’ imprint on Dark Horse Comics. One of her notable stories is invisible kingdomJ. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward, the tale of a nun who discovers the hidden connection between her religion and the only other organization in her interstellar society that wields the same amount of power and influence, a company that in space Amazon had a monopoly on pretty much everything. The themes are powerful and relevant, and Ward’s colorful artwork is stunning page after page. All three volumes are now collected in a huge hardcover library version that is sure to be a treat to watch. – Jimmy Lovett

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Secret Invasion #1

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(Photo: Matthew Lulli, Federico Bli, Marvel Comics)
  • Written by Ryan North
  • The art of Francesco Mobili
  • Jordi Belair Colors
  • Joe Karamana Messages
  • Posted by Marvel Comics

With Skrulls’ return in the MCU around the corner on Disney+, it was inevitable that Marvel Comics would produce a small series sharing the title. secret invasion. However, the origin of the link chain is not a guarantee of success or failure – only the reason for its nickname. secret invasion #1 Already more enthusiastic than the TV series launched in early 2023 based on the talent involved. Author Ryan North arrives The Fantastic Four next week and still one of the most creative, humorous, and creative writers working in American comics today. With previous work covering the universe and including all kinds of wondrous concepts, the North is a perfect fit for an interstellar spy. Combined with powerful technical team and additional pages in version 1 and secret invasion She is already well prepared to stand on her own. Featuring Marvel favorites like Maria Hill and Nick Fury, it’s a guarantee of plenty of fun and excitement ahead. Whether it is an association, an authorization or a marketing authorization, secret invasion Fully ready to rise above its origins. – Chase Magnet

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She Hulk #7

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(Photo: Jane Bartell, Marvel Comics)
  • By Rainbow Roel
  • The art of Luca Marisca
  • Ricoh Renzi colors
  • Joe Karamana Messages
  • Posted by Marvel Comics

this current Strong woman Run has included a lot of what I love in Jennifer Walters comics, and this case is by no means an exception. As Jen’s romantic, professional, and personal life gets more and more complicated, this issue brings some real surprises in the form of character cameos, plot twists, and more. I am in awe of just how well Rainbow Roel has tied the proverbial needlepoint in this series, and Luca Marisca’s art is a lively and joyful sequel to all of that. If you liked a debut MCU show for She-Hulk, you owe it to yourself to check out this run. – Jenna Anderson

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Shona’s Journey

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    (Photo: Hayo Miyazaki, First Second Books)
  • Created by Hayao Miyazaki
  • Translated by Alex Dudok de Wit
  • Posted by First Second Books

Hayao Miyazaki is an icon of animation, one of the few talents from Japanese animation that can be considered a household name even among casual fans of the medium. While his feature films are easy to find at Studio Ghibli in the US thanks to deals with major studios, Miyazaki owns an astonishing amount of manga and TV work that is just beginning to officially appear in the US. the latest is Shona’s Journey, published in the United States by the book First Second, Transliteration by Alex Dudok de Wit. It’s a Miyazaki setting that revolves around a Tibetan folk tale who travels to the realm of the gods. Although it is more of a storybook than a comic, there are elements here that Miyazaki will clearly build upon in future stories, in particular Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (Another beautiful comedy by Miyazaki before he turned it into a movie) and Prince Mononoke. Shona’s Journey It looks like a missing piece of the Miyazaki puzzle and any fan should be looking for it. – Jimmy Lovett

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Amazon Tales

(Photo: Nicola Scott, DC)
  • with a different pen
  • different art
  • Posted by DC

One of the biggest joys of the past few years of DC comics has been seeing the Wonder Woman family thrive, with Nuba, Yara Flor, and other “comrades” getting a chance to grow out of Diana. this week Amazon Tales Provides an easy and accessible way to delve into those tales, collecting backup stories from the latest amazing woman In addition to the individual lights of Nubia, Artemis and even the pantheon of gods. There’s a lot to love within these pages, even if you haven’t kept up with the status quo of Amazons yet. – Jenna Anderson



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