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Spotlight: The Metabaron - Book 2

Monday, February 27, 2017

The Metabaron - Book 2: The Techno-Cardinal & The Transhuman

Story by Alejandro Jodorowsky & Jerry Frissen and Art by Niko Henrichon

The Metabaron, returning to the land of his ancestors, Marmola, is convinced that the Epyphite, the precious resource sheltered in the heart of his home planet is trying to tell him something urgent. But the anti-gravitation properties of the liquid are not the only surprises now threatening the substance, or the Metabaron… With the New Golden Planet growing increasingly concerned over its shortage, and the continued threat of The Metabaron, the Techno-Pope entrusts his loyal Techno-Cardinal, Orne-8, to find the ultimate solution.

Quick Facts about The Metabaron - Book 2: The Techno-Cardinal & The Transhuman:

• Continues the brand new story cycle in the Metabarons saga that has sold more than 1.5M copies worldwide!
Niko Henrichon is best known for his work on Pride of Baghdad, Brian K. Vaughan (Image) with writer
The Metabaron - Book 1: The Techno-Admiral & The Anti-Baron with art from Valentin Sécher is currently available!
• Like The Incal, The Metabaron series are set in the same space opera fictional universe known as the "Jodoverse," in which most of Alejandro Jodorowsky-created science fiction comics take place.


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The Metabaron - Book 2: The Techno-Cardinal & The Transhuman arrives in stores March 15, 2017 with an MSRP of $29.95/£20.99

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Spotlight: Sanctum - Softcover Edition

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Sanctum - Softcover Trade

Story by Xavier Dorison & Art by Christophe Bec

After receiving a distress call from another submarine off the Syrian coast, the crew of the USS Nebraska search a series of massive caverns, where they discover a 70-year-old shipwrecked Soviet sub, whose crew died under mysterious circumstances. While investigating this enigma, the Nebraska's away team discover a massive underground sanctum dedicated to Môt, the ancient Ugarit god of death. Now, the crew must find a way to escape the death god's prison without freeing him to wreak destruction upon the world.


Quick Facts about Sanctum

• Nominated for Best Comic album at both the Jules Verne Film Festival in Paris and the Detective Film Festival in Cognac.
Christophe Bec won the Albert Uderzo Prize in 2005 (Best Young Talent for his series Lent)
• From Xavier Dorison, author of Red One with Terry Dodson (Image), The Third Testament (Titan) and Long John Silver (Cinebook).


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Sanctum arrives in a new softcover edition in stores March 8, 2017 with an MSRP of $19.95/£13.99

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Spotlight: Snow Day

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Snow Day
Story by Pierre Wazem & Art by Aubin

An outsider sheriff struggles to find his place in an isolated, snow-covered town populated by a hard people who are set in their ways and don't take too kindly to strangers. It's a place where folks mind their own business — however odd it may be — and do as they please. That is, until the calm, quiet sheriff decides to do his job…


Quick Facts about Snow Day

Pierre Wazem had only completed three comics before he received the Töpffer Prize for best young author from the city of Geneva. 
• Critically acclaimed Pierre Wazem is the author of KOMA and has received the Töpffer Prize, Palmarès Prix International and, with Tom Tirabosco, he also won the Ecumenical Jury of Comics Prize at Angoulême; the judges consisting mainly of critics, teachers, and professors, as well as professionals and fans of comics.
Aubin is most known for his work on the Blake & Mortimer series.
• Perfect for fans of Fargo!


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Snow Day arrives in stores February 15, 2017 with an MSRP of $14.95/£12.99

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Support the ACLU!

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

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At HUMANOIDS we want to support ACLU by giving 100% of the profits from the following four books during the month of February.

So if you want to take a stand against ignorance, show your support for ACLU by Buying A Book!  It's that simple!  The titles are:


A genre-bending work of political science fiction, where the rulers of the future are haunted by the ghosts of the past… Written and illustrated in stunning color by Ukrainian green-card lottery winning creator Igor Baranko.


The travel diary of French two brothers in a land at war. Based on the siblings' real life experiences in war-torn Lebanon.


A unique and addictive anthropomorphic mystery with an intricate plot and an immigrant hero, rendered in stark black-and-white. Winner of best series at the Angoulême International Comics Festival in 2012.




According to Tobe Hooper "It's disgusting, fun and politically right on target!" A book full of alt-right nuts and rednecks who are way more dangerous that the peaceful living-impaired (just don't call them zombies!).