Tag: Lady Killer

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Lady Killer 2 #1 – Review

Lady Killer 2 arrives in comic shops next month and we got an early preview from Dark Horse. I will admit that I squealed a little when I saw the e-mail in my inbox. The first series was among the best comics of 2015, so the sequel was eagerly awaited by me, and I'm certain many other fans of good comics.

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Lady Killer Returns In August – Lady Killer 2 Preview

Until we get to read the issue later tonight, we wanted to share the preview Dark Horse sent us of Lady Killer 2 #1, once again by Joëlle Jones. The last day for your local comic shop to order it is July 11, so let them know that you want a copy. Can you tell we're excited? In the meantime, check out this preview from Dark Horse.

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Lady Killer Returns This August

One of the series that really impressed us last year was Lady Killer, published by Dark Horse. Joëlle Jones' work on the series impressed us so much we named her in one of our Artist Spotlights. The story of a 1960s housewife who has a secret profession as an assassin was one that captured the attention of so many people, and garnered award nominations. A sequel was announced at San Diego Comic Con, but there wasn't an official date or artwork given for the new series.

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Review: Lady Killer #2 (with Preview)

We've not made it a habit here of reviewing entire series, but some things keep our attention to the point where we'll review past the first issue. One of those books is Lady Killer, about a contract killer in the early 1960s who hides her double life from her husband, family and neighbors.

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Cover Art That Impresses: February 2015

 Tula Lotay (artist website) CURB STOMP #1 BOOM! Studios The color palette here is striking in its eye-catching use of cyan blue, which contrasts nicely with the pink background. The splash of green keeps the foreground as the focus despite how much she is challenged by the blue-haired girl in roller skates. The characters obviously set a mood for the series, demanding attention in a way that displays youthful irreverence. (Image Source: BOOM! Studios)

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