Featured New Releases for 9-15-2021 at CNJComics

We’d like to start out by giving everyone a big thanks for supporting our pop up Genghis Con event. We got to raise some funds to help support these three fine individuals in their endevors to keep the con alive in 2022.

We has a great time and I got to buy some art for the shop.

We will continue to give away the Guardians of the Galaxy / Cleveland Guardians prints with a suggested five dollar donation that will go directly to Genghis Con.

In case you don’t know what the con is about here’s a link to check them out!

It’s a touch late, but here’s a fun video we made from our Free Comic Book Day photos!

Also right quick, how about that Hawkeye trailer!

I’ve always said there’s nothing like Christmas in New York! This will be great!

People keep asking and the new printing of the complete Fraction Clint/Kate graphic novel is due out on November 3rd.

On to this week’s new releases! 


Fantastic Four has a huge $9.99 issues that’s really great. It’s the FF story you’ve been waiting for.

The council of Kang’s (hot off their Loki appearance) attack the FF from different points in their timeline. Art by John Romita Jr too!


Batman’s war on crime goes worldwide in a new hardcover anthology, Batman: The World. This 160-page book will feature Batman stories by creative teams from across the globe, taking place in their home countries. This back is phenomenal.

Harley and Ivy get a new ADULTS ONLY book to go with their cartoon show.

The indie of the week is Primordial #1 from Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino and Image Comics.

“Mind-bending sci-fi collides with Cold War thriller in this six-issue miniseries by the bestselling and Eisner-winning creative team behind GIDEON FALLS!

In 1957, the USSR launched the dog, Laika, into Earth’s orbit. Two years later, the USA responded with two monkeys, Able and Baker. These animals never returned. But, unbeknownst to everyone, they did not die in orbit…they were taken. And now they are coming home.”


Lastly, Batman Day is supposed to be on Saturday September 18th (my birthday!) Since the whole thing has become a corporate mess intended for big box stores, we will be holding the free books for Halloween this year. (October 21st is supposed to be Wonder Woman Day and we’ll be doing the same thing there.)

So mark your calendars for Saturday, October 30th if you want any of those books! There are no official Halloween ComicFest books this year (again) so we’ll be piecing an event together by doing stuff like this.

Thanks everyone!