This week’s digital releases are crazy good and there’s plenty of them, so no time to waste . . .
We’ll kick off this week with Love and Rockets Vol. IV #3. The Locas girls’ punk reunion has come to a close, but the evening has just begun. The Animus situation has gotten out of hand. Plus, some classic Palomar characters are awkwardly reunited. Catch this brand-new issue digitally through comiXology.
Right before the television drama based on the book comes to Netflix, rediscover Charles Forsman’s The End of the Fucking World. Originally released to great acclaim in 2013, this graphic novel follows two teenagers facing the fear of rapidly approaching adulthood and something even more sinister. You can find TEOTFW on comiXology and Google Play.
FU Press is proud to present Education, the cult classic by John Hankiewicz. Through reveries, memories, and nostalgic abstraction, this is a story only the medium of comics could do justice. Be prepared to get surreal. Education is now available through comiXology and Google Play.
Art Young was many things — incendiary cartoonist, magazine publisher, socialist politician, an artist tried under the Espionage Act for sedition — and To Laugh That We May Not Weep covers it all. Over 800 of Young’s timeless, charming, and devastating cartoons are collected here. This tribute is now on comiXology and Google Play.
By day, a patient in a trauma center. By night, when he is needed, he rises. All Time Comics is back with Blind Justice #1! The debut of the “man who walks through bullets” comes from the minds and pens of Rick Buckler Jr., Josh Bayer, and Al Milgrom. Get it now on comiXology.
Collecting more than 30 EC classics from Tales from the Crypt, The Haunt of Fear, and Shock SuspenStories, The Thing from the Grave highlights the work of Joe Orlando. Scratch the EC itch and find this book on comiXology and Google Play.
But that’s not all! We are also digging into the Fantagraphic backlist vault to bring you three titles from the one-and-only Kim Deitch. Available through comiXology for the very first time today are these classics: