LION FORGE December 2018 Solicitations

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Warship Jolly Roger Vol. 2 #2
Hardcover, 8.5 x 11, 120 Pages, 19.99
Writer: Sylvain Runberg
Artist: Miquel Montlló
Commander Jon Tiberius Munro is reeling from the death of his son, while Vexton, the man responsible, campaigns for the presidency of the Galactic Federation. Everything seems to be going Vexton's way, but he has no idea what lengths Munro and his crew will go to for revenge...
Special Notes:
- The conclusion of the popular series. Volume one sold out and went back to print within the first three months of release.
- Author Sylvain Runberg has written numerous high profile books, including a celebrated adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series, and has won numerous awards, including the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s “International Manga Award” for The Dark Side.
- Creator and artist Miki Montllo has a large following within the animation community around the world.


Accell #16
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writer: Joe Casey
Artists: Ramon Bachs, Sigmund Torre, Takako Sono
Daniel Dos Santos has been facing a lot of big problems lately, including losing both his job and his girlfriend. But his problems are growing bigger by the minute—literally—now that the bizarre, sound based creature known as “The Fuzz” has escaped and threatens to take out the entire city? As if that wasn’t enough to keep Daniel running for his life, George Hayes has renewed his vows to kill his daughter’s ex with his trio of villainous superbrutes. Run, Daniel, run! 


Astonisher #13
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writer: Priest
Artists: Al Barrionuevo, Matt BATT Banning, Jamie Grant
Cover Artist: Leo Colapietro
Desperate to save the life of his brother Drew from the grisly shocker of last issue, Magnus finds that he's failed his brother and family. However, Magnus doesn't do failure—other people fail. Magnus reevaluates and renegotiates, even if that means making a deal with the devil.


KINO #12
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writer: Alex Paknadel
Artists: Diego Galindo, Adam Guzowski
Cover Artist: Frazer Irving
The nightmare continues for Meath as he helplessly surveils the imposter playing house with his own family. But there's hope when Patricia begins to uncover cracks in his surface.

Noble #14
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writer: Brandon Thomas
Artists: Manuel Garcia, Le Beau L. Underwood, Christopher Sotomayor
Cover Artists: Khary Randolph, Emilio Lopez
All eyes are on Astrid Powell as she and her reconnaissance team home in on the ruthless and murderous Esparza. Now that he is within striking distance and the hammer is about to drop, Astrid must decide what to do with the unrepentant killer. Astrid’s husband, a.k.a. Noble, has vowed to stay out of her way and let Astrid seal the fate of the man who nearly ruined her, but even vigilante violence seems too good for the seemingly inhuman man who has destroyed countless lives. Given the mayhem Esparza left in his wake, it turns out Astrid isn’t the only one with designs on his fate . . . 

Summit #11
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writer: Amy Chu
Artists: Marika Cresta, Jessica Kholinne
Cover Artist: Jess Taylor
Val thought The Event was behind her, but now new mysteries surrounding the asteroid and the fate of her crew are surfacing. As Val digs deeper into the secrets behind The Event, the trail leads her to a conspiracy blogger who may have the answers she seeks.


Superb Vol. 3
Paperback, 6.625 x 10.1875, 144 Pages, 14.99
Writer: David F. Walker
Artists: Alitha Martinez, John Livesay, David Cabeza, Veronica Gandini
Kayla rages against the machine that is Foresight as a rebellious freedom fighter, while Jonah is being experimented on by the very same Foresight for reasons unknown. Will our heroes ever be reunited, or have they gone their separate ways?
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Superb #15
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writer: David F. Walker
Artist: Veronica Gandini
Cover Artist: Anthony Piper
It's a new era in the world of Superb, and Jonah is stepping up to the plate to take on superhero ing solo. But without Kayla in the picture, things could potentially get shaky.


Infinity 8 #8
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writers: Lewis Trondheim, Fabien Vehlmann
Artist: Olivier Balez
Marshal O'Mara has located the ghost vessel of the ancient prophet Tholman, and she sets out to retrieve the lost gospel and the divine secrets within. But finding this holy relic is one thing; getting it back to the Infinity 8 without being killed by a logic challenged military robot is something else entirely . . .


Dinosaucers #5
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writer: Michael Uslan
Artist: Andrew Pepoy, Jason Millet
As the war against the Tyrannos rages on, Teryx arrives with an unlikely ally who may give the Dinosaucers the upper hand. But with even more problems back on Reptilon, Rex is ready to negotiate his terms with the Dinosaucers and withdraw from the battle—for a price. Can he be trusted? The fate of Earth lies in the Secret Scouts’ hands in the conclusion to the first arc!


Quincredible #2
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writer: Rodney Barnes
Artists: Selina Espiritu, Kelly Fitzpatrick
Cover Artist: Michelle Wong
Quin's about to get a lesson in the school of hard knocks, but lucky for him, he can take a punch.


Encounter #9
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 32 Pages, 3.99
Writers: Art Baltazar, Franco
Artists: Chris Giarrusso, Art Baltazar, Stephen Mayer
Encounter's gone missing just as Plagnor discovers the location of the pods. The chase is on, and this time, it's a space race as the comic shop launches the heroes into the final battle!


Rolled & Told #4
Single Issue, 6.625 x 10.1875, 64 Pages, 7.99
Writers: E.L. Thomas, Kat Kruger, Jen Vaughn, Teo Acosta
Artists: Val Wise, Nicky Soh, Janet Sung, Arielle Jovellanos
Cover Artist: Miguel Valderrama
The Big Nosh ogre tribe is throwing a big old BBQ and the poor townsfolk of Springkernelare the main course! The one thing that stands in the way of the ogres’ grisly plan is that a band of adventurers just happens to be in town. Those same adventures unfortunately spent last night carousing till dawn and are nowhere near their best. As the dwarf saying goes, “There is no better cure for a hangover than battling ogres!”

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