Radar. 12 must


Night-Man 1 (Panini Comics). It is the first issue (of six total) of the new comic miniseries by Leo Ortolani, the creator of Rat-Man. The character that gives the title its name is a creepy creature who populates the nightmares of humans and who enjoys scaring those who venture into his kingdom. His existence will radically change when he meets the beautiful Anna.
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The Innsmouth BOX Mask (J-Pop). After The Call of Cthulhu And The mountains of madnesscontinues the re-edition of the award-winning comic book adaptations of the stories by HP Lovecraft made by Gou Tanabe. The Innsmouth Mask – one of the most famous works of the Providence writer – is set in a port town in Massachusetts populated by shy and mysterious inhabitants who have a strange relationship with the creatures of the abyss.
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To you who know the blue of the sky. Her Blue Sky 1 (Star Comics). First release of a manga based on the 2019 film of the same name, written by Mari Okada and directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai. Ever since she lost her parents, Akane knows she has to take care of her little sister Aoi. She then gives up moving to Tokyo with her boyfriend and loses sight of him. Thirteen years later, however, he will return to the city of the two girls under mysterious circumstances.
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The third eye 7 (J-Pop). Latest issue of a manga by Osamu Tezuka so far unpublished in Italy. The third eye stars a boy with multiple personalities who must face various tribulations to solve the mystery that hovers over his birth and origins. To do so, he investigates the ruins that the Three Eyes, an ancient lost civilization, have hidden around the world.
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Batman: The fate that befell Gotham (Panini Comics). Re-edition of a long story of Batman made at the beginning of the new millennium by Mike Mignola (the creator of Hellboy), along with Richard Pace, Troy Nixey and Dennis Janke. In the 1920s, after accidentally awakening the Guardian of the Threshold, the Batman is called upon to face some supernatural forces that threaten to destroy Gotham.
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Batman by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo 1 (Panini Comics). A volume that collects the first 33 issues of the Batman cycle written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Greg Capullo starting from 2011. Over 1,000 pages of comics dedicated to the Dark Knight, in one of its most acclaimed versions of recent years.
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Batman: Killing Time 1 (Panini Comics). First release of the new Batman miniseries written by Tom King (Mister Miracle, Heroes in crisis, Rorschach) and designed by David Marquez (Spider-Man, X-Men), for the colors of Alejandro Sánchez. The story, which sees Batman grappling with some of his most famous enemies, is set in the Batman’s past, when Catwoman was spending more time on the side of the bad guys and was not yet his mistress. Here are some info.
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Hellblazer: Rise and Fall (Panini Comics). A new miniseries starring John Constantine, made by Tom Taylor (texts) and Darick Robertson (drawings). A billionaire falls from the sky and ends up impaled on a church spire. Two angel wings stand out on his back. Detective Aisha Bukhari will be forced to ask John for help in the name of their old friendship.
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She-Hulk: A career super heroine 1 (Panini Comics). A volume that collects the first 5 issues of the most recent She-Hulk series, which began in anticipation of the tv series dedicated to heroin. It’s time for Jennifer Walters to put the pieces of her life back together. She has a career to rebuild, friends to reconnect with (and perhaps to defend in court) and new enemies to face.
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Demon Days (Panini Comics). A complete story written and drawn by the young Japanese author known as Peach Momoko. The project reinterprets some of the most famous Marvel superheroes (such as Wolverine, Venom, Thor, Black Widow) setting their adventures in the Rising Sun and transforming them into samurai, Taoist mystics and other key figures of Japanese culture.
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Starman (Bao Publishing). The German cartoonist Reinhard Kleist (former author of the comic biographies of Fidel Castro e Johnny Cash) tells of David Bowie’s youth and the birth of his most iconic character: Ziggy Stardust.
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Distorted (saldaPress). A graphic novel written by Salvatore Vivenzio (Dali’s train, Gang, Anger) and designed by Gabriele Falzone. The protagonist is Tom, a private detective who hunts down the so-called distorted, human beings with uncontrollable superpowers who can be considered a risk. People like James, a boy struggling with a post-adolescent crisis and in conflict with a world that would like him to be different, who chooses to use his powers to restore meaning to his life. Or like Mason, a ferocious serial killer certain that eating distorted others will allow him to acquire their powers.
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Radar. 12 must-see comics released this week