Look Inside Comic Heroes Magazine Issue 19!
It’s a total X-Men overload in the brand new issue of SFX’s sister title dedicated to the comics scene…
Your complete guide to those awesome X-Men plus stacks of new interviews, 52 pages of free comic samples and more!
Issue 19 and all its gifts, snapped by reader John Hammond. Click to see the wallet in a new window.
The X-Men are back in the latest issue of Comic Heroes, SFX‘s sister title and marvellous mutant mag. On shelves from Thursday 20 June until Monday 19 August, it’s your window onto the contemporary comics scene as well as the events, games and films they inspire
Get your copy now! Buy your iPad version via Newsstand for Apple devices, or on all other major digital formats including Zinio and Nook; or in print - ordered directly from us if you like things to be nice and easy.
FREE WITH THIS ISSUE
Your 116-page full-colour comics-stuffed magazine doesn’t ride the cosmic tides alone, oh no. This month’s printed pleasure pack brings along for the ride four badges based on Pat Mills characters, a double-sided DC poster and a bumper 52-page Sidekick comic taster (featuring Star Trek, HP Lovecraft and other comics samples, Sidekick this month also contains a complete Gorgo comic by Steve Ditko). Digital edition readers don’t get the badges or poster, alas, but you do get all the comic pages. Huzzah!
It’s your ultimate guide to X-Men! With tons of features, including the craziest X-facts, their toughest foes and their grandest battles.
He’s bringing Angela to Marvel, so we grab an interview with the rock star wordsmith about his comics plans.
X-FILES SEASON 10
“I want it to be a worthy next chapter in the story.” Meet horror film writer Joe Harris – he’s bringing back canon X-Files, in comic form.
From “Secret Wars” and “Crisis On Infinite Earths” to “Age Of Ultron”, welcome to Comic Heroes‘ massive celebration of the greatest crossover events ever!
BROOKS ON BOOKS
The son of Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft takes time out from the zombie apocalypse for an exclusive Q&A. Yep, Max Brooks (the genius behind World War Z) speaks his brains about his comics work including The Extinction Parade and Harlem Hellfighters.
Brace yourself for our huge review section including round-ups of the latest from DC, Marvel, Image and more.
GORGO BY STEVE DITKO
In your 52-page comic sampler Sidekick (free with both print and digital editions) you can read pages from IDW and SelfMadeHero, including John Byrne’s Star Trek and The Shadow Out Of Time based on HP Lovecraft’s work. But the centrepiece is a complete monster story by legendary artist Steve Ditko.
Simone Bianchi, Larry Lieber, Drowntown, Howard Chaykin, Bill Sienkiewicz, 2000 AD, manga, Fantastic Four, James Lovegrove, Infinity, Superman and Spider-Man and loads more…
All this plus four badges and a double-sided DC poster (if you buy the print version) and 50 pages of new comic samples sponsored by SelfMadeHero! The wait is over – fly to the newsagent at once.
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