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With multiple volumes of Power Rangers: Samurai and Power Rangers: Megaforce graphic novels under its belt, Papercutz has turned its attention to the original and perhaps most recognizable property in Americanized tokusatsu: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Come May 2014, the regular Papercutz PR team of writer Stefan Petrucha and artist PH Marcondes will debut their first of many planned MMPR graphic novels -- the first since Marvel and Hamilton's respective miniseries circa 1995.
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Theme Parks: Universal Studios' two theme parks will get their own versions of The Walking Dead Escape from Comic-Con as part of "Universal's Halloween Horror Nights" this fall.
Upcoming: Papercutz will app
Gaming: Gazillion's COO David Brevik gives fans their latest look at the Marvel Heroes MMO in the game's first developer diary.
Upcoming: Buck Rogers will return to new comic book adventures from Hermes Press as written and illustrated by Howard Chaykin.
Science: PHD Comics explains this wee
On June 27, Papercutz restores the Power Rangers to comic book duty in Power Rangers Super Samurai Vol. 1: Memory Short, the first in a series of 64-page graphic novels (available in both softcover and hardcover formats) expanding on the Nickelodeon live action series with original stories by Stefan Petrucha and artist Paulo Henrique. In addition to the preview page at the official Pa
The Wind in the Willows (Classics Illustrated Deluxe #1)
By Kenneth Grahame; adapted by Michel Plessix
The great Classics Illustrated that everybody remembers is back with beautiful, high-quality adaptations of classic stories. Classics Illustrated is one of the most
The original, best-selling series of comics adaptations of the world's greatest literature, Classics Illustrated returns in two new formats-the original, featuring abridged versions of classic novels, and Classics Illustrated Deluxe, featuring longer, more expansive adaptations. The books come from Papercutz, publ
New stories of horror in the EC Comics tradition prove monstrously popular
Papercutz' Tales from the Crypt #1, which revived the legendary EC Comics horror comic book, has sold out its entire 25,000-copy print run.
The issue, which shipped in June, is the first of an ongoing, bi-monthly series from the publ
TALES FROM THE CRYPT #3
Writers: Mort Todd, Stefan Petrucha, Jim Salicrup
Artists: Steve Mannion, Don Hudson, Rick Parker
The premier pulse-pounding horror comic is back with all-new petrifying, picto-fiction parodies of today's pop culture!
• "A Murderin' Idol", by Monsters Attack! writer Mort Todd and artist Steve Mannion, reveals shocking secrets behind the top-rated TV talent contest. Find out how far someone is willing to go to win it all!