On The Shelf: Oni Press Solicitations for November 2015



Written by Cullen Bunn, art and cover by Drew Moss.

What happens when a couple of good ol’ boys stumble onto a farm crawling with vampiric young’uns? You’re about to find out as R.F. and Big Jack lock horns (literally) with the supernatural in the dead of nights. Even if they survive, there’s an even more terrible creature waiting for them in the deep, dark woods of the Ozark foothills.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Cullen Bunn, art and cover by Brian Churilla

Father Lloyd may not follow Team Orpheus into the underworld, but as an exorcist he battles the forces of Hell at work in the mortal realm. Such dealings are sure to leave a dark mark on one’s soul. Also, Team Orpheus finds themselves trapped as patients in a demonic mental asylum.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Joshua Hale Fialkov, art and cover by Gabo.

Jude has been sent right back where he started: Purgatory. With no memory of his previous adventures or relationships, Jude’s existence is stark and empty. Yet, just outside his awareness, his friends–including the late, great Ernest Hemingway and a very tenacious preteen girl–struggle to free him. Because in the quest to overthrow God himself, the only person who stands a chance is his son. Jump into the series that Bleeding Cool called “one of the most original and entertaining comics of the past year” in an all-new first issue sure to enrapture fans and new readers alike!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Charles Soule, art by Alberto Alburquerque, cover by Dan Jackson.

World War Three. The presence of alien life has been revealed to the people of Earth, and all hell has broken loose. A battle rages for control of the planet, between a US-led coalition of nations and a second group secretly controlled by ex-President Francis Carroll. Meanwhile, Earth’s only contact with the aliensñthe brave crew of the Clarkeñhas been kept in the dark about the E.T’s intentions and prevented from contacting home. When they discover a massive threat headed straight for earth, all their efforts must turn to convincing the aliens to use their advanced technology to save us.

160 pages, $19.99.

LETTER 44 #21

Written by Charles Soule, art and cover by Ryan Kelly

Special one-shot issue illustrated by Ryan Kelly (Lucifer, Three)! We leap back to the recruitment drive for the Clarke astronauts – the ship’s launch is imminent, and time is running out to find a suitable crew. Two possibles have been identified: Donald Pritchard, renowned astronomer, and Alberto Gomez, a skilled soldier in the US Army with extensive medical experience – but Project Monolith’s recruiters will need to push past every limit to convince these men to leave their world behind… forever.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, art and cover by Justin Greenwood.

Paul is in pretty bad shape: concussed, bleeding, bruised, and now tied up in an abandoned arcade with Broyles, one of the crooked “cops” that had been chasing him through LA. And it looks like Broyles has a penchant for hard-knuckled interrogation. Meanwhile, his partner McCann is found Michelle, and the tape. Can Nick mount a rescue with the help of some highly unlikely allies and save his friends? And why do Broyles and McCann want that tape so damn bad?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Zac Gorman, art by CJ Cannon and various, cover by CJ Cannon.

In this holiday special issue illustrated by series writer Zac Gorman, Rick and Morty celebrate Blumbus, a strange, alternate reality version of Christmas…with a shocking twist! If Morty can survive the night, he may just learn the true meaning of Blumbus after all!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Eric Trueheart, art by Aaron Alexovich, Megan Lawton, cover by Aaron Alexovich

Dib wakes up in a world where ZIM rules the Earth and forces his subjects, including Dib, to perform in deadly games for his amusement. Dib’s terrible at games, but… he has a sister…

32 pages, $3.99.

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  1. Thank you for posting our info! If you could tweet to @OniPress we’d love to send you an updated image of our logo for use and ensure we’ve got the right contact info for our regular Press list.

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