BLACK MASK STUDIOS April 2017 Solicitations

Black Mask Studios April 2017 cover
Credit: Black Mask Studios

(w) Patrick Kindlon
(a) Maria Llovet
(l) Jim Campbell
(cover-A) Maria Llovet
(cover-B) Alexis Ziritt
DCD# FEB171274
Synopsis: Celebrity-socialite Reno Selleti doesn't believe in very much beyond Instagram comments, hipster drugs, and the flash of paparazzi cameras, so when a friend invites her to an EYES WIDE SHUT-type party she goes along mostly for the lulz. But the joke doesn't feel as funny when she realizes it's an actual occult ritual, and suddenly she's seeing things... Horrifying apparitions trying to warn her. "RUN." Like Darren Aronofsky remaking DRAG ME TO HELL, There's Nothing There is a stylish & hallucinatory thriller about losing yourself in the bright lights and finding yourself at rock bottom. By your new favorite artist Maria Llovet and Patrick Kindlon (We Can Never Go Home, S.H.I.E.L.D.: Quake).


(w) Magdalene Visaggio
(a) Eryk Donovan
(c) Claudia Aguirre
(l) Zakk Saam
(ca) Eryk Donovan
DCD# FEB171275
Synopsis: It's getting real in the explosive third act of Visaggio and Donovan's punk science adventure. After their time machine is sabotaged by the mysterious figures they've been seeing everywhere, Nat & Sumesh turn to the geniuses of Odyssey to help them fix it. This might be the worst decision they could possibly have made-psyche into oblivion!!


(w) Lonnie Nadler & Zac Thompson
(a) Eric Zawadzki
(c) Dee Cunniffe
(ca) Eric Zawadzki
DCD# FEB171277
Synopsis: A city with a past, a girl with no present and a hero with no future.


(w) Curt Pires
(a) Eric Pfeiffer
(l) Colin Bell
(ca) Eric Pfeiffer
DCD# FEB171278
Synopsis: The killer revealed. Chaos erupts.


(w) Matteo Pizzolo
(a) Amancay Nahuelpan
(c) Jean-Paul Csuka
(ca) Amancay Nahuelpan
DCD# FEB171276
Synopsis: A young heiress discovers her father is part of a tyrannical new world orders, and she vows to burn his whole empire down. “Political intrigue, violence, sex, a female protagonist, strong characters, a punk aesthetic, mystery, and dystopian social commentary… capturing both pain and hurt and the beauty of rebellion.” (-Julia Walchuk, Comics Bulletin)
Collects parts 1 and 2 with the FCBD special and all-new material.

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