Aboard a ship in the middle of the ocean, Angel has not succeeded in avoiding his past self, Angelus. He must escape Angelus, keep Fred safe, and also determine what must be done with the jewel-like beetle that has ties to the future. When the beetle turns out to be something stranger than anyone could have imagined, Angel’s focus turns to survival rather than saving the future . . .

“Definitely an adventure you would look forward to knowing that there might be an inevitable meeting with the very reason why Angel’s past is so shameful to him.”-Geeked Out Nation

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Batman #53

‘Cold Days’ continues! The jury in the Mr. Freeze trial is hopelessly deadlocked because one man won’t vote guilty-and that man is Bruce Wayne. Freeze’s defense is that Batman used excessive force, making his arrest illegal, and Bruce is the one man who actually knows for sure what went down between Batman and his ice-cold nemesis.

Batgirl #25

On her return to Gotham City, family matters force Barbara to confront her complicated relationship with Dick Grayson. But does Dick have time for a heart-to-heart while subbing as Batman when Bruce Wayne is out of action? This extra-sized anniversary issue also offers a look at the next arc of the series by Mairghread Scott and Paul Pelletier as the monstrous villain Grotesque murders wealthy art owners and defiles their bodies to create his own ‘art.’ And since this is the issue that keeps on giving, also look for a special backup story by Harley Quinn co-creator Paul Dini and artist Emanuela Lupacchino.

Babyteeth #12

Things for Sadie and Clark have gone from bad to worse as death, doom and gloom befall them-in that order! Plus, find out what other horrible things are happening to Sadie’s other family members! This is the feel-good book of AfterShock! From Donny Cates (RELAY, Thanos, Venom, Dr. Strange, God Country, Redneck) and Garry Brown (THE REVISIONIST) comes a pulse-pounding series that HAD to be told at AfterShock! ‘Babyteeth is firing on all cylinders with compelling characters and brilliant artwork. Damn, this is good.’ James Ferguson of Horror Talk