Wednesday, October 6, 2010

SWAGAPALOOZA! Comics Of The Week (New Comicpalooza Feature Teaser!)

Here's the latest comic picks you will find in stores this week and scroll down for news on Comicpalooza's new feature!

The Penguins Of Madagascar #1

Written By David Server & Jackson Lanzing
Art By Antonio Campo

The cartoon on nickelodean is hilarious, now a new comic is out! Join the Penguins of Madagascar on an all-new mission! When the Penguins discover that the zoo's new platypus Mia has been separated from her eggs, they put their military minds together to hatch a plan for a Great Escape - back to her native Australia! Goodbye New York, Hello adventure! 

 Brightest Day #11

Written By Geoff Johns & Peter J. Tomasi
Art By  Ivan Reis, Pat Gleason Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark And Joe Prado
Don't miss the hottest event in comics as the bi-weekly Brightest Day continues with the return of the Black Lanterns! Has time run out for our resurrected heroes? Plus, you must not miss the stunning origin of the new Aqualad, the battle between Aquaman and Black Manta, and the bizarre journey of Jason Rusch and Ronnie Raymond as they delve into the inner workings of the Firestorm matrix and uncover its secret! This series ahs realyl picked up steam after starting out slow.  Don't miss it as it counts down to it's epic conclusion!

Dethklok #1

Written By Brendon Small
Art By Lucas Marangon

They're the most brutal black--metal band on the planet and the world's seventh--largest economy, five men prophesied to bring about the Metalocalypse. They are DETHKLOK . . . and they are about to enter the food chain. After a series of sponsorship deals goes sour, Dethklok launches a line of frozen meals in hopes of reclaiming their metal throne. Two things stand in their way: the enigmatic tribunal of world leaders sworn to topple the band, and their own incompetence.

Comicpalooza's New Webisode Feature Debuts Friday October 8

 Not sure what to pick up at the comic shop these days? Feeling down because your monthly books aren't as satisfying as they used to be? Fear no longer, for Comicpalooza Review with Andrew is here to relieve you of said uncertainty and dissatisfaction. Coming at you every week - Andrew reviews multiple books highlighting the best of Marvel, DC and Independent to point you to the gems in the stack!  Stay tuned this Friday for more!

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