Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Sirens spins the tale of a successful fisherman who values money above all else – his wife and daughter. When he chances upon a beautiful mermaid and is bewitched by her voice, he abandons his family and his life in order to listen to her siren song. But…
The first issue of Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Sirens – written by Bartosz Sztybor and drawn by artist Jakub Rebelka – will be available in print and digital in April.
We have five pages and an alternate cover to preview below.
BOOM! Studios has announced a sequel to Jim Henson’s film, Labyrinth.
Written by S.M. Vidaurri and with art by artist Sarah Webb, Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Under the Spell reveals the secret history of Sir Didymus and the vow he made to guard the bridge over the Bog of Eternal Stench – just as a start.
Released under BOOM! Studios’ Archaia imprint, Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Under the Spell will be in comics shops on November 28th.
When all of civilization begins turning into animals, only two people remain–young siblings Ava and Flynn. On a desperate search for safety in an unpredictable and violent world, they’ll traverse a wild and unruly landscape, make friends and foes of all species, and discover what really makes them human.
Run Wild is a new graphic novel from K.I. Zachopoulos and Vincenzo Balzano – creators of The Cloud. It will be released by BOOM! Studios imprint Archaia in July. A trailer for Run Wild follows below.
Inspired by the Greek myth of Demeter and her daughter, Loïc Locatelli-Kournwsky’s graphic novel Persephone follows a young girl whose search for the truth about her identity leads her on a journey deep into the Underworld.
Persephone will published under BOOM! Studios’ Archaia imprint and will be in stores in May 2018.
Written and illustrated by new talent David Jesus Vignolli, A Girl in the Himalyas is about a young girl whose unexpected arrival in the magical land of immortal beings threatens the sanctuary’s very existence.
A Girl in the Himalyas was submitted through Archaia’s open submissions portal – where its unique tone and resonant themes led to its being in bookstores and comics shops on April 8, 2018.
The saga that began with a boy with a jet pack falling into the Taylor family farm will conclude early next year – Rust Vol. 4: Soul in the Machine brings the story of Jet Jones to an end.
“Rust is about loss, loyalty, love, and courage,” says series creator Royden Lepp. “This final volume takes place entirely in the course of one final night on the farm as each member of the family must fight for their lives and choose what they truly believe.”
Rust Vol. 4: Soul in the Machine will be released in February 2018 – in both hardcover and softcover editions by BOOM! Studios under its Archaia imprint.
In Pizzeria Kamikaze, after committing suicide, narrator Mordy is condemned to an afterlife where he still has to attend a crappy job in a place no less crappy than the place he came from. When he discovers that his beloved ex-girlfriend is there, too, he embarks on a much-needed road trip through an absurdist and fantastical landscape to find her.
First published in black and white by Alternative Comics in 2006, writer Etgar Keret (The Seven Good Years) and artist Asaf Hanuka’s graphic novel will be released in a full-color, hardcover edition. It will be in stores in February at comics shops, bookstores and digital content providers.
BOOM! Studios, in partnership with The Jim Henson Company, has announced the Jim Henson’s Labyrinth 2017 Special, on sale in November.
The Jim Henson’s Labyrinth 2017 Special is a collection of short stories from the world of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth and will feature the work of many acclaimed creators including: Jeff Stokely, Roger Langridge, Adam Smith, Katie Cook, Ryan Sook, Derek Kirk Kim, and more.
The Jim Henson’s Labyrinth 2017 Special comes from BOOM! Studios’ Archaia imprint.
BOOM! Studios will be publishing Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal Tales, a children’s book from its Arachaia imprint, this summer.
The graphic novel will delve deep into the Skeksis-ruled land of Thra in a beautiful look at some of Jim Henson and Brian Froud’s finest creations from writer/artist Cory Godbey.
“The themes woven within The Dark Crystal have never been more important for children or the parents of those children to hear,” said Godbey. “As the UrSkek tells Jen, ‘…we all are a part of each other.'”