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AMC has released images and details from "'Who's There?," the episode of The Walking Dead: Dead City airing on Sunday, June 25.

Here's how AMC describes the episode:

"Maggie and Negan encounter native New Yorkers; Armstrong revisits a trauma; Ginny attempts to adapt to change."

Click on the thumbnails for larger images.


Writer Al Ewing has already taken Eddie and Dylan Brock's sagas to uncharted levels of symbiote insanity in the pages of Marvel Comics' Vencom, but this September, Venom's quest goes off the rails completely when Doctor Doom comes calling/. Featuring artwork by Sergio Davila, Cafu, Ken Lashley, Julius Ohta, the super-sized milestone 25th issue will see Venom make a desperate move to turn the tide of his ongoing battle against Meridius by going after none other than Doctor Doom/ Bonded to a new symbiote and equipped with new abilities, Venom is more powerful than ever but against Doom, he's in way over his head.

Here's how Marvel describes the story:

"Eddie Brock needs access to Doctor Doom's time platform but in doing so, got more than he ever bargained for, battling the most notorious super villain in the Marvel Universe through time itself! Luckily, Eddie's well versed in navigating the timestream thanks to his recent adventures. He's poised to take his conflict with Meridius to its frenetic and fist-filled finish -- if he survives Doom! Plus! Eddie's battle with Doom will land him, briefly, in a very unexpected place, Midtown High School! But what, or who, could he find there?"

"When editor Devin Lewis pitched me the 50-page oversized issue, my first thought was packing as much bang per buck into those 50 pages as possible -- and who provides more bang than the Lord of Latveria?" Ewing said. "Victor makes a great counterpoint for Eddie Brock -- the King and the commoner, the polymath of a thousand schemes and the brutal bar-room brawler. And, of course, the big difference between them - Eddie's forgiven a lot of his old enemies, but nobody carries a grudge like Doctor Doom..."

Check out Bryan Hitch's cover, which features Venom's all-new look debuting this week in Venom #21.

Venom #25 will be in stores on Sept. 6.


FIREFLY MINI-SERIES: BOOM! Studios has announced a Sept. 6 launch for Firefly: The Fall Guys, a six-issue series by writer Sam Humphries and artist Jordi Perez.

Here's how BOOM! describes the series:

"The crew is broke and out of luck. They'll have to deal with some of their shadier associates if Serenity is going to keep flying. What seems like an easy job in town for half the crew quickly turns sideways when feds, untrusting locals, and a high-profile politician get thrown into the mix."

"So thrilled to be welcomed into the Firefly 'verse," Humpries said. "I love Westerns, so bringing the best bandits in the galaxy back to their buckaroo roots with a fantastic artist like Jordi has been a dream," Humphries said. "Don't worry, there's still a giant gorram spaceship in the first issue. Yee haw!"

"Although it's not the first time I've worked on Firefly, each time is new and special," Perez said. "Sam's script is giving me a great time drawing lots of adventure and fun. The Western essence of the series will be very present. I hope you all enjoy it".

BOOM! NEW PRINTING: BOOM! Studios has announced a second printing for Wild's End #1, featuring new cover art by series artist I.N.J. Culbard, available in stores Wednesday, July 19.

"This invasion has only just begun!," said Filip Sablik, president, publishing & sales, BOOM! Studios. "Dan Abnett and I.N.J Culbard have brought us back to the amazing world of Wild's End and we can't wait for everyone to discover the horrors hiding in the lights!"

NEW RIVERDALE: Here's how The CW describes "Chapter One Hundred Thirty One: Archie the Musical," the episode airing on Wednesday, July 5:

"After Principal Featherhead agrees to let Kevin present him with an original musical written by him and Clay, Kevin learns the group might be as into it as had hoped. Musical rehearsals prompt Archie to question what he wants in life."


Below are solicitations posted for August. Click on the publishers' names for the full listings and check back soon for additional solicitations.





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