Ordinary Gods #1 is an excellent issue that blends The Wicked + The Divine and The Bourne Identity and is sure to be an instant fan-favorite.
The Six Sidekicks follows the former sidekicks of popular action television star Trigger Keaton as they attempt to solve his murder. The only problem is that Trigger is a bonafide piece of shit, and no one really cares. In fact, just about everyone is happy Trigger bit the dust and are satisfied to leave it at that. What follows is a hilariously crafted first issue from writer Kyle Starks and artist Chris Schweizer.
Set in 1936 Chinatown, The Good Asian follows Edison Hark, mainland America’s first Chinese American detective. He is tasked with finding Ivy Chen, a maid and secret lover of his surrogate father, millionaire Mason Carroway. But what starts as a simple missing persons case quickly escalates into something more dire.
The influence that Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition has on Henry Barajas and Bryan Valenza’s Helm Greycastle #1 is readily evident on its cover: A band of misfit adventurers ready to cause trouble. But while many D&D games are inspired by standard western fantasy tropes, Barajas and Valenza inject Mesoamerican history and culture into this sword and sorcery tale.