This Week’s Comics: Crude #1 & Oblivion Song #2

CRUDE #1 and OBLIVION SONG #2 are coming at you in this week’s comics! CRUDE #1 is the debut issue of the new limited series from Steve Orlando and Garry Brown. Piotr’s son is killed and it’s time to get some answers. Don’t miss this fantastic story of a man dealing with his past and find out who his son truly was. Check out the preview below. Next up is OBLIVION SONG #1. We’ve diving deeper into the world of Oblivion and finding out why Nathan Cole is so driven to save the people trapped there.
Pick up both comics at your local comic shop this Wednesday or on comiXology. Let us know what you thought in the comments below or on twitter using the tag #gotoacomicshop. Have a great week!


CRUDE #1


STORY: STEVE ORLANDO
ART/COVER: GARRY BROWN & LEE LOUGHRIDGE
APRIL 11
32 PAGES | Full Color | Mature | $3.99

NEW SERIES

Killers once feared Piotr Petrovich. Now, they’ve sent his son home to him, in a body bag. Haunted by his failures, Piotr journeys across Russia to learn what type of man his son really was while hunting the bastards who killed him. And once Piotr finds them, they will learn to fear him once more…

GLAAD Media Award-nominated writer Steve Orlando (Virgil, Midnighter) and artist Garry Brown (Black Road) deliver an emotional, bone-shattering account of murder, masculinity and mayhem.


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OBLIVION SONG BY KIRKMAN & DE FELICI #2

This Week’s Comics: Crude #1 & Oblivion Song #2

STORY: ROBERT KIRKMAN
ART: LORENZO DE FELICI & ANNALISA LEONI
COVER: LORENZO DE FELICI
APRIL 11
32 PAGES | Full Color | Teen+ | $3.99

Nathan’s obsession with Oblivion has put a strain on every aspect of his life. His love for Heather is really put to the test now that he’s closer than he’s ever been to finding what he’s truly looking for.

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