New Releases for 3-24-2021 at CNJComics

It’s finally warming up! Everyone’s out and about and we’ve got a full week of new comics coming in!

Here’s the featured new releases coming out this Wednesday, March 24th 2021!


The book we’re most excited about is Carnage Black, White and Blood #1, a four issue anthology of Carnage short stories. 

This one even has a cover priced Gleason variant, similar to the others that were incredibly popular.

Spidey’s new costume debuted last issue but this is the one that really tells the story, Amazing Spider-Man #62!

Marvel got the license for the Aliens comics, and the first Marvel issue of is here!

Parental Advisory for this one! A whole new world of Alien comics begins here.


Over at DC we’re got a new Harley Quinn #1 as part of the Infinite Frontier initiative. 

Stunning art by Riley Rossmo as Harley sorts her life out post Joker War.

Teen Titans gets a new launch with Teen Titans Academy #1.

The original 80’s teen are the teachers and there’s lots of new students inside. (including Red X!)

The current Batman Black and White mini series has provided me with some of my favorite short stories this year.

This issue has names like Chip Zdarsky, Nick Bradshaw, Terry Dodson and the aforementioned Riley Rossmo! Great stories here!


Indie wise Firefly starts off with a whole new crew in Brand New Verse #1. 

20 years after the movie Wash and Zoe’s daughter Emma has her own crew!

We are finally getting in the Foil covers to Brzrkr #1, incase you missed it the first time around. 

If you’ve been enjoying TMNT Last Ronin, how about a Mikey greatest hits issue?

All the other best ofs are out of print so we ordered up on this one! $5.99.

We’ve got two new graphic novels coming out that will be added to our “Try Something New and Independent” section. 

We Only Find Them When They’re Dead by Immortal Hulk’s Al Ewing.

“Captain Malik and the crew of the spaceship the Vihaan II are in search of the only resources that matter – and can only be found by harvesting the giant corpses of alien gods that are found on the edge of human space.”

Rick Remender’s Scumbag is “The story of Ernie Ray Clementine – a profane, illiterate, drug-addicted biker with a fifth-grade education accidentally received a power-imbuing serum making him the world’s most powerful super spy. He is a relic of a bygone era, the living embodiment of sex, drugs, and rock and roll – so, this doesn’t make things easy for the spy organization that needs his help as they bribe, cajole, and manipulate him to choose between his own self-interests and doing what’s right.”

That’s it for this week!