I can't help myself. I am far too excited about the second season of Locke and Key and wanted to share the new trailer here before delving into some new books.
We Have Demons - Only available on ComiXology from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
I was introduced to the dynamic duo of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo when the New 52 launched with their incredible Court of Owls run. Scottober features eight exclusive, creator owned books from Snyder in a partnership with ComiXology. This book features Lam, a pastor's daughter, discovering that there is more to her father, and the world she lives in, then she previously understood. This includes a secret society that I cannot wait to learn more about and of course it also involves demons given the title. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book and cannot wait to read more.
Silver Coin - From Michael Walsh and an amazing cast of collaborators
Michael Walsh has teamed up with a variety of a-list creators in this shared universe that revolves around the mysterious silver coin and stories associated with it throughout the ages. The first book was set in the 70's and focused on the impact the silver coin had as a guitar pick for one of the band members, and others have included tales of summer camp, home invasions, and future scavengers. The only spoiler is that things don't tend to end well for those who are connected with this cursed item, but I have loved the range and depth of stories that have been featured thus far. They connect, but each can be enjoyed on its own and the trade just dropped this week!
The Lot - from Marguerite Bennet and Renato Guedes and the good folk with Bad Idea
Centered around a cursed soundstage, Aviva Copeland makes the grave mistake of unlocking the door of this studio asset for the first time in 50 years. She is unaware of its violent and satanic past and unleashes an unknown horror that grown restless in all of these years locked away. This book might be a bit tricky to track down, as it is only in print and sold at certain retailers, but you should be able to find it online. The art from Guedes is stunning and this book is horrifying and a lot of fun.
POSTED BY MIKE N. aka Victor Domashev -- comic guy, proudly raising nerdy kids, and Nerds of a Feather contributor since 2012.