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This week sees the Dark Horse premieres of Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures and Time Traveler Tales as the Hellboy Winter Special The Yule Cat arrives in shops.

Star Wars: The High Rebuplic Adventures #1 (Dark Horse)

DARK HORSE COMICS

Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher The Lesser Evil HC, $17.99
Birdking Volume 2 TP, $19.99
Cain HC, $19.99
EC Archives Shock Suspenstories Volume 3 TP, $19.99
Great British Bump-Off TP, $19.99
H.P. Lovecraft’s The Shadow Over Innsmouth GN, $29.99
Hellboy In Love HC, $24.99
Hellboy Winter Special The Yule Cat #1 (Cover A Matt Smith), $3.99
Hellboy Winter Special The Yule Cat #1 (Cover B Mike Mignola), $3.99
Madman Library Edition Volume 5 HC, $99.99
Matriarchs HC, $24.99
Midnite Show #3 (Cover A Brian Hurtt), $3.99
Midnite Show #3 (Cover B Kelley Jones), $3.99
Star Wars The High Republic Adventures Phase III #1 (Cover A Harvey Tolibao), $3.99
Star Wars The High Republic Adventures Phase III #1 (Cover B Soroush Barazesh), $3.99
Star Wars The High Republic Adventures Volume 2 The Complete Phase 2 TP, $19.99
Stranger Things The Voyage #2 (Cover A Marc Aspinall), $3.99
Stranger Things The Voyage #2 (Cover B Lucas Peverill), $3.99
Stranger Things The Voyage #2 (Cover C Danny Luckert), $3.99
Stranger Things The Voyage #2 (Cover D Todor Hristov), $3.99
Subgenre #2 (Cover A Wilfredo Torres), $7.99
Subgenre #2 (Cover B Patricia Martin), $7.99
Time Traveler Tales #1 (Cover A Wendi Chen), $3.99
Usagi Yojimbo Ice And Snow #3 (Cover A Stan Sakai), $4.99
Usagi Yojimbo Ice And Snow #3 (Cover B Jared Cullum), $4.99
Usagi Yojimbo Ice And Snow #3 (Cover C Matthew Armstrong), AR

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Hailing from the Chicagoland area, Greg brings over three decades of comic book fandom to the fore as TGG’s resident comics expert. From tackling Golden and Silver Age titles to the latest projects on the horizon, he provides an “every fan’s” look at the industry; be it from the reader or publisher’s perspective.
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