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Time Lincoln can only traverse years by multiples of twenty

In honor of Worldwide Irish Drink Day, the following new comics will be dyed green upon their release tomorrow:

American Vampire #1

Can a lesser-known horror writer named Stephen King and a modern exploration of the vampyre myth find an audience in 2010? A comic book so epic and important that it has its own trailer.

Choker #2 (of 6)

Warren Ellis and Ben Templesmith's popular Image-published detective noir comic Fell hasn't had a new issue in over two years thanks to Ellis' computer going kablooey in 2008. Please accept this completely unrelated single-word-titled, Image-published, Templesmith-illustrated detective noir in the meantime.

Fade to Black #1 (of 5)

It's The Hills Have Eyes meets Tropic Thunder as a group of spoiled Hollywood actors stranded in the desert are hunted by a yucky cannibal cult. Good enough until Dawn of the Dead meets Night at the Museum for Holy Crap These Things are Coming to Life; Why isn't Zoolander More Terrified? The comic.

Jughead #200

After two hundred issues Jughead is finally robbed of his trademark metabolism. Thus the hungry lazy sidekick world loses a Shaggy and gains a Wimpy.

Time Lincoln one shot

This is an idea I've definitely never seen exploited for a few offensive gags.

Transformers: Nefarious #1

If this is meant to be the sequel to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, then what is this? I know what you're thinking: "I'm in as long as Mike Costa is writing it." He is not! Save your money and buy yourself an eleventh Guinness tomorrow.


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