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Digital Comics Releases for December 12

The following titles are up this week on comiXology!

HAWKEN: Genesis, Part Two
(W) Jeremy Barlow, Khang Le
(A) Bagus Hutomo

On a distant planet colonized by corporations, combat rages over precious resources, survival, and glory. As one man rises to power, another is tragically ruined in the process. But who will truly emerge victorious in the end?


RUST Vol. 2: Secrets of the Cell, Part 6
(W) Royden Lepp
(A) Royden Lepp

In this follow-up to the widely popular original graphic novel Rust: Visitors in the Field, the adventures of Jet Jones—the mysterious boy with the jet pack—continues as another seemingly decommissioned robot attacks the farm where he’s taken refuge.


SPACE: 1999: Aftershock and Awe, Part 5
(W) Andrew E. C. Gaska
(A) Gray Morrow, David Hueso, Miki

The sci-fi classic series returns! September 13th: 1999 – An atomic accident causes the moon to be blown out of orbit and hurled into the unknown, the survivors of the lunar base stationed there launched towards their destiny across the stars. But what of the cataclysm and wanton destruction caused to the Earth in its wake?


Spera Vol. 2, Part 6
(W) Julia Scott, Josh Tierney
(A) Julia Scott

Exiled princesses Pira and Lono travel to the bustling city of Kotequog to avoid the clutches of Pira’s mother, the Evil Queen. Obtaining jobs as adventurers, the two best friends set out on a series of quests that land them in perhaps more excitement than they’d bargained for. Told in four chapters and a series of stand-alone shorts, each drawn by a different rising talent in comics, Spera: Volume 2 brings the same gorgeous artistry as its debut installment.


The Wonderland Alphabet
(W) Alethea Kontis
(A) Janet K. Lee

Eisner Award-Winning artist Janet K. Lee (Return of the Dapper Men, Jane Austen’s Emma) brings her incredible visual flair to the alphabet by way of Lewis Carroll in this 26-letter celebration of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Packaged as a gorgeous oversized poster board book, The Wonderland Alphabet is a surprising new look at one of the most beloved literary classics of all time.