Incorruptible: “… among the top titles…” – ThePullBox

“It really is an incredible thing that Mark Waid has done here at Boom! As these series start a triumphant tailspin to their finale, Mr. Waid has roped in all the wild plot twists and all the details from the …

March 5, 2012

BOOM! Studios Twitter Updates for 2012-03-03

Just the first of many 5 out of 5 stars for @GraceRandolph and SUPURBIA!!! http://t.co/kxevkXUV #

March 3, 2012

BOOM! Studios Twitter Updates for 2012-03-02

SUPURBIA went to second print today because we have a writer like @GraceRandolph on board. Here's her interview http://t.co/XpQmD20m # A zombie book for the ages! Read this great review and grab the trade! http://t.co/0CM7Kycf @evilinkcomics # Did you all …

March 2, 2012

POTA: “… just keeps getting better.” – HorrorTalk

“Carlos Magno’s art continues to deliver in Planet of the Apes. It’s exactly what I would want in a POTA comic. The characters are thoroughly detailed and filled with emotion. The action is bloody and fast moving. I love the …

March 2, 2012

Elric: “…continues to delight…” – Cosmic Booknews

“Artist Francesco Biagini continues to delight, and I took a great deal of interest in his unusual page layouts this time around. The way a page flows can make or break a story, and Biagini not only ably tells Roberson’s …

March 2, 2012

BOOM! Studios Twitter Updates for 2012-03-01

Have you collected them all? http://t.co/pooFpVrX The Adventure Time's Finn and Jake command it! # Breakout Suburbia Goes to 2nd Print!http://eepurl.com/jEbSz #

March 1, 2012

This Week from BOOM!

For the week of 2/29/12 we have a slew of great books that you can’t miss. Were you at your comic shop yesterday to pick up these great books?! BOOM! Books 2/29/12

March 1, 2012

Key of Z: “Superb.” – Civilian Reader

“With a little time and distance from my first reading of this series, I can say that my opinion remains the same: this is a great mini-series, one that break the mould of the sub-genre, and is interesting and engaging …

March 1, 2012

Interview with Grace Randolph

“SUPURBIA takes the comic book archetypes we’re all familiar with and twists them, which we readers always enjoy, but this time in a way I feel hasn’t been done before. This title may focus on the wives and girlfriends – …

March 1, 2012