SDCC 2017 is behind us and what a freaking crazy train that was! Between all the new comics announced, the crazy amount of trailers, and all the different panels, we have to return to normalcy. That being said, let’s get into some previews. Here’s what’s Coming From BOOM! Studios 7.26.2017. What you’ll find here is previews of covers, interior art, and synopses for this week’s BOOM! comics. Let’s get to it!
Lumberjanes #40 – Written by Shannon Watters & Kate Leyh, art by Ayme Sotuyo
Parents’ Day at camp is finishing up, with an Abuelita rescue mission, a trickster to out-trick, and the surprise arrival of… Molly’s parents?
Over the Garden Wall #16 – Written by Kiernan Sjursen-Lien & Danielle Burgos, art by Jim Campbell & Cara McGee
The hunt for Hero Frog continues!
The Power of the Dark Crystal #5 (of 12) – Written by Simon Spurrier & Phillip Kennedy Johnson. Art by Kelly & Nichole Matthews
Separated from Kensho, Thurma journeys out into the wilds of Thra to find her way home, alone and unaware of the wonders that stand before her and the dangers on her trail.
Go Go Power Rangers #1 – Written by Ryan Parrott, art by Dan Mora
The untold, personal story of what happens to Jason, Kim, Trini, Zack, and Billy following in the days after they first became Power Rangers.
Fighting evil is hard, but surviving high school may be even harder—welcome to real life in Angel Grove.
Steven Universe #6 – Written by Grace Kraft, art by Rii Abergo
Pearl steps into the wrestling ring with Amethyst.
WWE #7 – Written by Dennis Hopeless, art by Serg Acuña.
Dean Ambrose is drawn into the conflict between Sasha Banks and the Flair Family—and there’s only one way to settle it!
Warlords of Appalachia – Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson, art by Jonas Scharf
Following the controversial election of an enigmatic dictator, the United States was plunged into a Second Civil War, in the aftermath of which only Kentucky refused to acknowledge the fascist state’s sovereignty. Now a demilitarized zone located in the heart of America, it will take the combined forces of civilians and criminals to overthrow the occupation. In leading this rebellion, former mechanic and reluctant folk hero Kade Mercer will become the first feudal warlord of Appalachia. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson (Last Sons of America) and illustrated by breakout talent Jonas Scharf, Warlords of Appalachia is a grounded military epic with flourishes of sci-fi futurism that explores the lengths one man will go to protect his family in the face of oppression. Collects the complete limited series.
The Not-So Secret Society – Written by Matthew Daley & Arlene Daley, art by Wook Jin Clark
Writing team Matthew Daley (Lantern City) and Arlene Daley call on their combined 25 years of education experience to create this thrilling coming-of-age adventure. Co-created by Trevor Crafts (Lantern City) and Ellen Crafts, and illustrated by Wook Jin Clark (Adventure Time: The Flipside), The Not-So Secret Society is an all-ages adventure that celebrates the value of teamwork and lifelong friendships.
Madison, Dylan, Emma, Aidan, and Ava have pretty normal lives for a group of 12-year-olds: They go to school, participate in extracurricular activities, and oh yeah, they also have AWESOME ADVENTURES.
Together they form The Not-So Secret Society. But when they invent a candy-making machine for their school’s annual science fair, things don’t go according to plan . . . and their candy creation comes to life and escapes, threatening to destroy the entire city!
Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal Tales – Writing and art by Corey Godbey
Cory Godbey, the acclaimed children’s book illustrator behind the best-selling Jim Henson’s Labyrinth Tales, delves deep into the Skeksis-ruled land of Thra in this beautiful look at some of Jim Henson and Brian Froud’s finest creations from the beloved cult-classic film The Dark Crystal.
In one tale, when a little bird is hurt in a Skeksis net, Jen takes it to the Mystics for healing and learns how every act of kindness grows like ripples in a lake.
That’s all folks!