CBR has the exclusive first look at BOOM! Studios/Archaia's releases for August 2015, including Justin Jordan and Jorge Coelho's "John Flood," Christopher Sebela and Jonathan Brandon Sawyer's "Welcome Back and an all-new "Sleepy Hollow" miniseries.
Plus, more series debuts from KaBOOM! and Archaia, new "Hacktivist," "Big Trouble in Little China," "Bill and Ted," "Escape from New York," "Lantern City" and much more.
BOOM! STUDIOS NEW LAUNCHING SINGLES AND ONE-SHOTS
KABOOM! NEW LAUNCHING SINGLES AND ONE-SHOTS
ARCHAIA NEW LAUNCHING SINGLES AND ONE-SHOTS
BOOM! STUDIOS ONGOINGS AND LIMITED SERIES
KABOOM! STUDIOS ONGOINGS AND LIMITED SERIES
BOOM! BOX STUDIOS ONGOINGS AND LIMITED SERIES
ARCHAIA STUDIOS ONGOINGS AND LIMITED SERIES
BOOM! STUDIOS TPS, OGNS, AND HARDCOVERS
KABOOM! STUDIOS TPS, OGNS, AND HARDCOVERS
ARCHAIA TPS, OGNS, AND HARDCOVERS
FRAGGLE ROCK: JOURNEY TO THE EVERSPRING HC
Retail Price: $24.99
Author: Kate Leth
Artist: Jake Myler
Cover Artist: Jake Myler
What's to Love: Our Fraggle Rock anthologies were the first comics we published with our friends at The Jim Henson Company and ever since then, we've always wanted to tell an epic, Fraggle-tastic story only possible in comics. Now we have our chance! Join New York Times bestselling author Kate Leth (Adventure Time: Seeing Red) and illustrator Jake Myler (Orphan Blade) as they take the beloved characters of Fraggle Rock on their biggest adventure yet.
What It Is: When the water supply of Fraggle Rock mysteriously runs dry, Gobo, Red, Mokey, Wembley, and Boober will have to journey deep into the caves of Fraggle Rock to find the fabled Everspring. Along the way, they'll encounter spooky creatures, discover the Crystal Caves, and meet a never-before-seen colony of Doozers! Collects the complete miniseries, issues #1-4.
Retail Price: $24.99
Authors: Arash Amel & Marguerite Bennett
Artists: Antonio Fuso and Stefano Simeone
Cover Design: Scott Newman
What's to Love: We've all spent hours glued to episodes of shows like True Detective and House of Cards that explore deeply flawed and morally complex characters. In Butterfly, screenwriter Arash Amel (Grace of Monaco, Erased) brings that aesthetic to comics. Written by Amel and Marguerite Bennett (A-Force, Sleepy Hollow) and illustrated by Antonio Fuso (The Girl Who Played with Fire) and Stefano Simeone, Butterfly is a dark thriller that explores the nature of family in the uncompromising world of global espionage.
What It Is: Butterfly is one of Project Delta's deep cover agents, no birth certificate, no social security number, a complete ghost. When her cover is blown and she's set up for a murder she didn't commit, she is unknowingly led to her father's doorstep, a man she thought died 20 years ago. Trained to trust nothing and no one, Butterfly must decide whether to seek answers with the Project, or believe the man who betrayed her years ago.