The kind folks at Amigo Comics have supplied ComicList with their solicitations for comics and other products featured in the April 2015 Previews, scheduled to ship starting June 2016.
Writer: Jennifer Van Gessel, El Torres
Artists: Nacho Tenorio, Sergio Mora, Veronica R. Lopez
Cover Artist: Diego Galindo
Emmie is learning the hard way that the path of revenge is a dangerous one. She dreams of being a hero, but to her father, her actions say otherwise. To complicate things further, Emmie’s relationship with ex-gangsta Keith is causing tension between her and her masked companion known as “The Machine”. What will happen when Emmie finally faces her attackers?
This issue features the cover by guest artist Javier Fernandez!
Words by El Torres and screenwriter Jennifer Van Gessel, issue #3 features art by Javier Fernandez (Magneto, Nightwing) with interior pages by Nacho Tenorio and Sergio Mora (Dark Shadows, Army of Darkness, Rogues: Odd Parenthood).
UPC Code: 708022654118—00311
32pgs, FC (3 of 4) $3. 99
Story and art by: Massacre
Sidney Hammer, the scantily-clad, sardonic, grind-house reporter is back! She only wanted a cold beer, but Sidney has found herself looking for a missing girl and being hunted by a big bad werewolf! And this time Sidney doesn’t know if the tabloid she’s working for will pay for the investigation of this spooky case!
Spanish artist Massacre returns with the sassiest hack of all!
UPC Code: 708022654125—00111
32pgs, Color $3. 99
Writer: El Torres
Artists: Juan José Ryp, Diego Galindo
Cover Artist: Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos
Every story has a beginning… and this is how Bram and Weasel met for the very first time! The original tale featuring art by maestro Juan José Ryp, remastered, where our rogues have to fight an angry fire god — and get into a forsaken crypt full of gods also.
Includes the full stories “The Burning Heart” and “The Crypt of the Rotten Gods”.
ISBN Code: 9788416486199-51999
STL00670 132pgs, Color $19. 99
“When you have this creative combination it’s hard to produce a bad issue. I mean Ryp alone is worth a five, but the fact that the story is entertaining and well-plotted and the coloring adds to Ryp’s artwork makes this one of the best titles out this week. The great part is, you don’t need to have read any of the other Rogues! volumes to enjoy it.”
—Dustin Cabeal, Comic Bastards