Harley Quinn: Future State
In a bold move that rocks Gotham City, the Magistrate has imprisoned Harley Quinn! The villain—once known as the Scarecrow, now a pawn of the Magistrate—taps into Harley’s knowledge of Gotham’s villains and the Black Mask Gang for his own dark purposes. Crane and his bosses think they have Harley Quinn defeated and her spirit broken, but they are sorely mistaken—and Harley will have her revenge. Written by rising star writer Stephanie Phillips and drawn by fan-favorite artist Simone Di Meo, the next era of Harley Quinn begins here!
Issue #1 in stores January 2021.
Rick & Morty Presents: Deathstalkers
In the ruins of Seattle, Hemorrhage searches for more Isotope-322 to clear his name of a most heinous crime: being boring. Spurred on by the Death Stalkers, Hemorrhage faces hordes of mutants alone, and finds much more than a glowing rock to bring peace to his heart. Oh, and Rick, Morty, and Summer are there to blow s**t up, too.
Written by Stephanie Phillips with art by Ryan Lee.
In stores January 2021.
What would have happened if the 1950s Cold War had gotten far less cold? AfterShock Comics’ new series Nuclear Family attempts to answer that question with a story about a Korean War veteran and his family who have to deal with a nuclear war literally in their own back yard.
The series, based on the Philip K. Dick short Breakfast at Twilight, is “about a family that seems like the ideal nuclear family in the 1950s,” explained writer Stephanie Phillips. “But, when an unexpected nuclear attack happens on US soil, they find themselves propelled into an alternate future where the US has fled into underground bunkers in an unending nuclear war. The family struggles with this grim outlook of their future, while also trying to find a way home.”
In stores February 2021.