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"What's on the Rack?" issue #37: Eternal, Primordial Maw

Hello! Yes, we're late, and we're sorry. It's been that kind of week. But we're here now! Because we're late, a couple of things that came out this week are already sold out, which is why you won't see Harley Quinn: The Eat BANG! Kill tour listed here. (If you pre-ordered, we have it for you, worry not!)

You can, as ever,


We only have a few #1s this week - scroll on down to take a look:


•Eternals are created, not born. They have families, but their families make no new children. It's simply not what Eternals do.

Some of them thought they could find a way to change that and believed it would be for the best.

They were terribly, terribly wrong. Rated T+

MAW #1

What happens when one woman becomes the real monster society has always made her out to be? Dragged by her sister Wendy to a feminist retreat on the remote island of Angitia, Marion Angela Weber hopes to gain some perspective and empowerment… that isn't at the bottom of a bottle.

But everything is horribly derailed after an assault on their first night there. The violent encounter awakens something in Marion she never imagined, triggering warped mutations in her body, and awakening a hunger she can't bring herself to name. When the townsfolk react with suspicion and violence, what unforgivable act will transform Marion into the very monster they've made her out to be?

A provocative five-issue horror series by award-winning journalist and opinion writer Jude Ellison S. Doyle (Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers: Monstrosity, Patriarchy, and the Fear of Female Power) and artist A.L. Kaplan (Full Spectrum Therapy) that explores the anger of women trapped by society's expectations and the reclamation of power through collective rage, perfect for readers of Redlands and Something is Killing the Children.


Mind-bending sci-fi collides with Cold War thriller in this six-issue miniseries by the bestselling and Eisner-winning creative team behind GIDEON FALLS!

In 1957, the USSR launched the dog, Laika, into Earth's orbit. Two years later, the USA responded with two monkeys, Able and Baker. These animals never returned.

But, unbeknownst to everyone, they did not die in orbit…they were taken.

And now they are coming home.


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