This week on Comics Corner, we have two new comic series from DC to start things off. The first, called Doomsday Clock #1, is from the masterful Geoff Johns, and we also have a look at The Demon: Hell is Earth #1, followed by Monsters Unleashed #8, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #25, the penultimate issue of Angel Season 11 #11, John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China Old Man Jack #3, Clue #6, four preview pages from Harvey Kurtzman's Marley's Ghost #1, The Hellblazer #16, Redneck #7, and Rick and Morty Pocket Like You Stole It #5.

Doomsday Clock #1: "DC Comics presents to you a 12-issue maxiseries from the critically acclaimed team of writer Geoff Johns, artist Gary Frank, and colorist Brad Anderson. You are not prepared for what lies ahead within these pages, good readers.

Art by: Gary Frank
Cover by: Gary Frank
Variant cover by: Gary Frank
Written by: Geoff Johns
U.S. Price: 4.99
On Sale Date: Nov 22, 2017
Volume/Issue #: 1
Color/B&W: Color
Trim Size: Comic
Page Count: 40."

To check out the SEVEN preview pages from this new series, go to DC Comics' website.


The Demon: Hell is Earth #1: "Jason Blood and Etrigan: the best of enemies, destined to spend eternity bound together. When a haunting vision leads Jason to Death Valley, a supernatural weapon is unleashed, radically transforming not only the land but also Blood…and the Demon. The worst, though, is yet to come, as hell begins to make its way into our world.

Don’t miss the start of this horrifying miniseries, where Etrigan and Blood’s relationship will be changed forever!

Art by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Cover by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Written by: Andrew Constant

U.S. Price: 2.99
On Sale Date: Nov 22, 2017
Volume/Issue #: 1
Color/B&W: Color
Trim Size: Comic
Page Count: 32."

To learn more about this series from Andrew Hennessy and Bradley Walker, go to the DC Comics website.


Monsters Unleashed #8: "VENOMVERSE TIE-IN! AND LO, THERE CAME A POISON PART 2! KID KAIJU has no idea what he's capable of and now he's accidentally summoned a POISON FIN FANG FOOM from another dimension. How can Kid Kaiju be a hero if he can't control his powers? Continuing from the bombastic pages of VENOMVERSE, this issue will impact Kid Kaiju, his monsters, and the Marvel Universe in ways you will never see coming.

Written by Cullen Bunn
Art by Andrea Broccardo
Cover by R. B. Silva

About Book
Page Count: 21 Pages
Print Release Date: November 22, 2017
Digital Release Date: November 22, 2017
Age Rating: 9+ Only
Copyright: 2017 Marvel Characters, Inc.
Sold by Marvel"

See more of part two in this saga at Marvel Comics.


Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #25: "When THE SILVER SURFER comes to Manhattan with a warning about an ancient cosmic menace on a collision course with Earth, you better listen up! But without the First Family of the Marvel Universe around to answer the call, who's going to step up and solve the impossible? Lunella Lafayette, that's who! Without Devil Dinosaur by her side, Lunella must join forces with some new friends who are missing their pals, too: THE HUMAN TORCH! THE EVER-LOVIN' BLUE-EYED THING! DON'T MISS THE FANTASTIC THREE!

Written by Brandon Montclare
Art by Natacha Bustos
Cover by Natacha Bustos

About Book
Page Count: 25 Pages
Print Release Date: November 22, 2017
Digital Release Date: November 22, 2017
Age Rating: 12+ Only
Copyright: 2017 Marvel Characters, Inc.
Sold by Marvel."

For more information and to catch up on Lunella's adventures, visit Marvel Comics' website here.


Angel Season 11 #11: "As the steam clears from Angel's confrontation with the goddess Illyria, the trio find themselves back in the present where their time-traveling adventure began. Angel, Fred, and Illyria are finally ready to face what waits for them--as long as they all can let go of the past . . .

* The penultimate issue of Angel Season 11!


Writer: Corinna Bechko
Artist: Geraldo Borges
Colorist: Michelle Madsen
Cover Artist: Scott Fischer
Genre: Superhero, Horror, Action/Adventure
Publication Date: November 22, 2017
Format: FC, 32 pages; Ongoing
Price: $3.99
UPC: 7 61568 00112 9 01111."

To learn more, go to Dark Horse Comics' website.


Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack #3: "Jack and Lo Pan tear through an ocean of fire and madness, where nothing they see can be trusted - and may mean their demise!

CREATORS: (W) John Carpenter, Anthony Burch (A) Jorge Corona (CA) Stéphane Roux


For more information, go to Boom! Studios.


Clue #6: "For six issues, you’ve watched characters drop, and mysteries mount. Now, at last, every mystery and motivation is revealed. And it all leads up to a conclusion so shocking that we guarantee you won’t see it coming!

AVAILABLE: November 2017
DIGITAL RELEASE: November 22nd, 2017
CATEGORIES: Clue, Upcoming Releases
TAGS: Alan Robinson, Crime/Mystery, Dan Schoening, Nelson Daniel, Paul Allor."

For more information, visit IDW Publishing's website.


Harvey Kurtzman's Marley's Ghost #1: "Press Release: "November 8, 2017, New York, NY – ComiXology, Amazon’s premier digital comic shopping & reading service, debuts the next comiXology Originals release – Harvey Kurtzman’s Marley’s Ghost, the graphic novel adaptation of Charles Dickens’s beloved classic A Christmas Carol – at a special introductory price of $2.99 on comiXology and free for comiXology Unlimited and Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Just in time for the holiday season, comiXology is proud to bring readers Harvey Kurtzman’s Marley’s Ghost (120 pages/color), a gorgeous graphic novel based on Harvey Kurtzman’s unfinished work. Harvey Kurtzman’s Marley’s Ghost will be available for purchase on ComiXology and Kindle as part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive digital content. Readers can also enjoy this new telling of the classic holiday tale by signing up for a free 30-day trial of comiXology Unlimited or Kindle Unlimited.

In the 1950s, legendary comics creator Harvey Kurtzman had plans to adapt Charles Dickens’s classic story A Christmas Carol into what would become known as a graphic novel. However, the project was never brought to fruition and the pages, thumbnails, and notes that Kurtzman had created remained unfinished. Artist Gideon Kendall and writers Josh O’Neill and Shannon Wheeler– under the supervision of the Kurtzman Estate and book packagers Kitchen, Lind & Associates – teamed up to finish Kurtzman’s dream project for comiXology. Harvey Kurtzman’s Marley’s Ghost adapts and expands upon Kurtzman’s extensive breakdowns and notes to make his long-lost vision a reality.

“With Harvey Kurtzman’s Marley’s Ghost, families everywhere can enjoy this retelling of a holiday favorite, while comic aficionados will marvel at this now completed Kurtzman work.” said Chip Mosher, comiXology’s Head of Content & Senior Director of Communications. “Marley’s Ghost is a one-of-a-kind collaboration between some of the greatest creative talents of any time. Once you dive in, you’ll be hit by the tour-de-force storytelling of Josh O’Neill and Shannon Wheeler, along with Gideon Kendall’s finishes on Kurtzman’s roughs that delivers Dickens’s A Christmas Carolfor audiences today.”

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The Hellblazer #16: "“The Bardo SCORE” part one! Another one of John’s magician friends has died—with a smile on his face and the words “thank you” scrawled in his own blood beside him. He wants to nail the killer and get revenge. But it happened in San Francisco so, above all, he wants to go home before he drinks himself to death in that loathsome city.

Art by: Davide Fabbri
Cover by: Jesús Merino
Variant cover by: Yasmine Putri
Written by: Richard Kadrey
U.S. Price: 3.99
On Sale Date: Nov 22, 2017
Volume/Issue #: 16
Color/B&W: Color
Trim Size: Comic
Page Count: 32."

To learn more, visit the DC Comics' website.


Redneck #7: "Story: Donny Cates
Art: Lisandro Estherren, Dee Cunniffe
Cover: Nick Pitarra
Published: November 22, 2017
Diamond ID: SEP170763

“THE EYES UPON YOU" kicks off with the Bowmans lying low from the law with a new member of the family in tow. But there are rules to being a vampire…and when the rules are broken, the family will surely suffer…

Digital: $3.99
Print: $3.99."

What are the Bowmans up to now? To find out, go to Image Comics' website here.


Rick and Morty Pocket Like You Stole It #5: "Morty has made it through the labyrinth and arrived at the Council of Ricks. Now he just has to gain entrance, defeat all the Ricks, and free all the Morties. Should be totally doable for a Morty, or not, who cares, the multiverse is endless and nothing matters -- except for the epic finale of Rick and Morty: Pocket Like You Stole It!

Written by Tini Howard
Pencils: Marc Ellerby
Inks: Marc Ellerby
Colored by Katy Farina
Cover by Marc Ellerby
Genres: Comedy, Science Fiction

About Book
Page Count: 26 Pages
Print Release Date: November 22, 2017
Digital Release Date: November 22, 2017
Age Rating: 15+ Only
Sold by: ComiXology."

To learn more, visit the ComiXology website on behalf of Oni Press.

Tamika Jones
About the Author - Tamika Jones

Tamika hails from North Beach, Maryland, a tiny town inches from the Chesapeake Bay.She knew she wanted to be an actor after reciting a soliloquy by Sojourner Truth in front of her entire fifth grade class. Since then, she's appeared in over 20 film and television projects. In addition to acting, Tamika is the Indie Spotlight manager for Daily Dead, where she brings readers news on independent horror projects every weekend.

The first horror film Tamika watched was Child's Play. Being eight years old at the time, she remembers being so scared when Chucky came to life that she projectile vomited. It's tough for her to choose only one movie as her favorite horror film, so she picked two: Nosferatu and The Stepford Wives (1975).

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