While you wait for the sequel to We Can Never Go Home, the series that put Black Mask on the comics industry map, you can not pass by 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank. Matthew Rosenberg is slowly unraveling a mystery that is drawing in four misfit kids. It's a fantastic set-up that is unfolding nicely. The first issue's second print arrived in shops next week and the second issue arrives this week. You should be able to catch up easily.
There's an elephant in the room regarding any event in North Carolina that 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank is addressing. If you've paid any attention to the news from North Carolina, you know that a recent bathroom bill was passed into law that targets transgender people. It has fans of HeroesCon concerned that some creators and/or fans may boycott this year's show to avoid giving any tax money to the state government. Matthew Rosenberg, publisher of Black Mask Studios and writer of 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank.
You may have a little trouble getting a copy of 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank at your local comic shop. It's entire print run has sold out in solicitations. However, if past Black Mask Studios titles are any indication, a second printing is likely to be announced any day now. There are bound to be reviews all over the Internet, because word of mouth for this series is exceptionally hot. Given that we were so fond of writer Matthew Rosenberg's We Can Never Go Home, you know we're going to review this one.
Black Mask Studios really caught the attention of a lot of people in 2016. With titles like Young Terrorists, Space Riders, and of course, We Can Never Go Home, they really showed fans of great comics what can be done. They've just announced a very impressive and interesting slate of title launching in 2016. Check them out and keep on the lookout for them in your local comic shop. Heck, you probably want to go ahead and let them know to add them to your subscription folder.
Matthew Rosenberg has a great new series coming out from Black Mask in April, 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank. First reported by io9, the new series follows on Rosenberg's success with We Can Never Go Home, which became one of the surprise hits of 2015.