It’s November! This month promises groundbreaking narratives from the giants of the industry: DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, and IDW. Whether you’re searching for the next legendary hero, a twist in a beloved storyline, or an entirely new universe to dive into, this month’s previews are set to deliver.

First up is DC Comics, the iconic publisher of characters like Batman, Superman, and the Flash. The electrifying pace of the new Speed Force series, masterfully penned by Jarrett Williams and brought to life by artist Daniele Di Nicuolo. Joins young speedsters Wallace West and Avery Ho—veterans of the Teen Titans and Justice League—as they dash to Keystone City, navigating the enigmatic shifts in the Speed Force. DC will also release the next chapters of some fan-favorite series: Tom King’s Danger Street, Mark Waid’s World’s Finest Teen Titans, and the ever-evolving narrative of Superman from acclaimed writer Joshua Williamson. The anticipation builds for the fresh narratives set to unravel in November.



Speed Force #1

(W) Jarrett Williams (A) Daniele Di Nicuolo

Wallace West and Avery Ho: the young speedsters have been Teen Titans, Justice Leaguers, and above all, members of the Flash Family. As they become aware of mysterious changes happening to the Speed Force, they race to Keystone City, where they encounter old friends, new threats, and a chance to forge their own paths. Spinning out of the pages of The Flash, the team of Jarrett Williams (Super Pro K.O., Rick & Morty) and Daniele Di Nicuolo (Nightwing, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), bring the next generation of Speedsters into the Dawn of DC!



During the month of November, Marvel Comics has lots of exciting offers for its fans. Branching from the current Spider-Man narrative, the Spider-Boy series by Dan Slott and Paco Medina promises a fresh web of adventures. Fans will also see the continuation of Jed MacKay’s Avengers series, unearth mystical adventures in the Doctor Strange series, and the raw power of Philip K. Johnson’s take on the Incredible Hulk. Plus the release of the Amazing Spider-Man Gang War: First Strike, the prelude to the upcoming Marvel Comics event. Marvel solidifies its legacy, leaving fans eagerly awaiting this month’s releases.



Spider-Boy #1

(W) Dan Slott (A) Paco Medina

Spinning out of the pages of DAN SLOTT and MARK BAGLEY’s monumental SPIDER-MAN run – here comes the spectacular SPIDER-BOY! After the events of THE END OF THE SPIDER-VERSE, Spider-Boy’s secret history as Spider-Man’s sidekick was nearly forgotten forever. But now those mysteries will be revealed while they embark on exciting new adventures…TOGETHER!





The Amazing Spider-Man Gang War: First Strike #1

(W) Zeb Wells (A) Joey Vazquez

• The super-crime landscape of New York has been on edge. This issue, they jump over that edge.
• What incites the war?! Who hired Shotgun and took out Tombstone?
• What, if anything, can Spider-Man do about it?
• Everything you need to know before GANG WAR officially kicks off next month is HERE.



Image Comics, our favorite independent publisher, is set to dazzle fans with new stories, undiscovered realms, and intriguing series. This month, notable series like Gunslinger Spawn by Todd McFarlane and Fire Power by Robert Kirkman continue their compelling narratives. In a surprising collaboration, Andy Samberg joins forces with Rick Remender and Joe Trohman of Fall Out Boy for The Holy Roller, a unique take on vigilante justice delivered with a bowling ball. Meanwhile, as winter envelops us, James Tynion IV and Joshua Hixson draw readers into a harrowing tale set in 1972’s Milwaukee, introducing a dark Santa figure, with their upcoming series The Deviant.



The Holy Roller #1

(W)  Joe Trohman, Andy Samberg & Rick Remender (A) Roland Boschi

Everyone was sitting around wondering when comedy legend ANDY SAMBERG (SNL, Palm Springs) would join super-star writer RICK REMENDER (DEADLY CLASS, LOW) and Fall Out Boy’s multi-talented JOE TROHMAN to write a comic about a vigilante hero who smashes people’s faces with a bowling ball—and everyone’s dreams have come true! With art by the fan-favorite ROLAND BOSCHI (THE SCUMBAG, Wolverine)!To care for his ailing father, pro bowler Levi Coen is forced to quit his dream job and return to his hometown, which he soon discovers has been overrun by Neo-Nazis! With only his bowling ball collection to defend himself, Levi becomes THE HOLY ROLLER, a trick bowling ball-wielding Jewish superhero battling to liberate his home and bowl a perfect game against crime! Kingpin meets Inglourious Basterds meets Batman (that old chestnut) with equal parts action and humor in this special introductory issue with 42 full pages of story!




The Deviant #1

(W) Joshua Williamson (A) Joshua Hixson

As snow falls over Milwaukee in 1972, a blood-stained Santa Claus commits unimaginable atrocities against young men. Fifty years later, a troubled young writer interviews this so-called “Deviant Killer,” who still maintains his innocence from behind bars. And as Christmas approaches once again, the past returns, wielding a sharpened ax. Eisner-winning writer JAMES TYNION IV (W0RLDTR33, THE DEPARTMENT OF TRUTH) and acclaimed artist JOSHUA HIXSON (The Plot, Children of the Woods) unite for a pitch-black holiday horror story.




Dark Horse Comics delivers another captivating chapter this month with Black Hammer: The End, intricately woven by writer Jeff Lemire and brought to life by artist Malachi Ward. Finally, for the Jay and Silent Bob Fans out there Quick Stops 2, the comic book brainchild of writer-director and renowned fanboy Kevin Smith, promises readers a fresh dive into the pop culture-infused tale.



Black Hammer The End #4

(W) Jeff Lemire (A) Malachi Ward

As the hellamental monsters are unleashed upon Spiral City by the world-destroyer Anti-God, the heroes and villains of the world unite to put an end to this madness once and for all. Black Hammer: The End is the next era of the Black Hammer Universe; a six-issue event series by Jeff Lemire and Malachi Ward that pulls the Black Hammer world into crisis.





Quick Stops 2 #1

(W) Kevin Smith (A) Ahmed Raafat

Kevin Smith and his Secret Stash Press bring you the seedy, sexy, sensational origin of the Askewniverse’s sacred cow: Mooby the Golden Calf!

Learn the udder truth about an American icon when a young podcaster tries to milk Mooby creator Nancy Goldruff for the bovine’s beginnings, only to meat a cow tale so shocking, it turns her brain to hamburger.




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