February 8

.Self #4

Written by Chris Sebela with art by Cara McGee

With nowhere left to run, Nat moves in with a half-dozen copies of herself to help keep them alive while they help fix the mess they helped make of her life. As the attacks from a mysterious enemy Blank get more threatening and the threats from a pair of Postscript reps get more litigious, Nat finds herself backed against the wall and running out of options to save herself.

February 8

Field Tripping (Collecting all five issues for the first time)

by co-writers James Asmus and Jim Festante

art by José García and letters by Ryan Ferrier

 

Field Tripping, a world-spanning, all-ages comic book. When a flighty teacher with a mysterious bus takes her young students on field trips into parallel dimensions to illustrate different lessons, she fails to realize that it’s a horribly dangerous idea and that children break everything they touch. The machine breaks and leaves them stranded, jumping between bizarre worlds but never seemingly able to go back to their own.

 

Seven years in the future the surviving kids are now teenagers – wildly transformed by the worlds they’ve visited but seemingly unable to grow up and take responsibility for themselves. That is, until a surprise vendetta upends their routine and forces the kids to step up and act like adults for the first time.

 

Asmus and Festante have worked together in numerous mediums, including comics like The End Times of Bram & Ben, and Rick and Morty Presents Mr. Meeseeks, animation development for Stoopid Buddy and Flying Rock Entertainment, and improv performances in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

 

Field Tripping is a coming-of-age story full of nostalgia, heartfelt moments, and characters with unique personalities from the most carefree to the grumpiest of them all. So, buckle up and get ready to head back to school!

 

February 15

We Only Kill Each Other #4

By Stephanie Phillips with art by Peter Krause

The year is 1938. The threat of World War II looms over the United States, where Nazi sympathizers and fascists have taken root on American soil in alarming numbers. In New York City, resistance to the American Nazi movement grows amongst the ranks of Jewish-American gangsters. Enter Jonas Kaminsky, a rising small-time gangster who’s embroiled in a turf war with Levi Solomon, an old-time mob boss with millions tied up in gambling and booze. When thrown together in an unexpected circumstance, it turns out that the one thing these gangsters hate more than each other is Nazis.

February 22

Night of the Ghoul #5 (2/22)

by Scott Snyder and Francesco Francavilla

A dazzling work of horror, intercutting between the present-day narrative and the story of a lost horror film.

The writer and artist behind Batman: The Black Mirror reunite to shed light on a celluloid artifact once thought forever missing, perhaps with good reason…

And previously released CO titles in print for the first time from Dark Horse Books (coverage may run any time):

February 9

Crema ogn

By Johnnie Christmas and artist Dante Luiz

#1 New York Times bestselling cartoonist Johnnie Christmas and Prism Award-nominee Dante Luiz bring you a haunted tale of love, ghosts, and coffee beans.

Esme, a barista, feels invisible, like a ghost . . . also, when Esme drinks too much coffee she actually sees ghosts. Yara, the elegant heir to a coffee plantation, is always seen, but only has eyes for Esme. Their world is turned upside down when the strange ghost of an old-world nobleman begs Esme to take his letter from New York City to a haunted coffee farm in Brazil, to reunite him with his lost love of a century ago. Bringing sinister tidings of unrequited love.

 

February 23

Snow Angels Vol 1 (Collects issues #1-#4)

by Jeff Lemire and artist

Jock

Milli and Mae don’t really know how their people came to live here. No one does, not even their wise and gentle Father. On Milliken’s twelfth birthday, their father takes the two girls on an overnight skate down the trench–a coming-of-age ritual to teach them how to fish the frozen river, how to hunt the wild Trenchdogs that wander its frigid banks, and how to give proper thanks to their frozen Gods–The Colden Ones. It’s the trip of a lifetime until the girls push beyond the borders of their humble land and awaken the Trench’s deadly defender&The Snowman! What follows next is an action-packed story of survival, loss and redemption.

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February 8 .Self #4 Written by Chris Sebela with art by Cara McGee With nowhere left to run, Nat moves in with a half-dozen copies of herself to help keep them alive while they help fix the mess they helped make of her life. As the attacks from a mysterious enemy Blank...