We've got previews of Peter Panzerfaust #7 and Point of Impact #2, and Where is Jake Ellis #1, in stores this week from Image Comics!
Peter Panzerfaust #7
"PARIS," Part Two
The Boys team up with a local band of resistance fighters who fight for the same goal of freeing prisoners of war. A daring rescue operation puts Peter and the Lost Boys in the crosshairs of the German army while new allies offer a door to a whole new world.
"Wiebe and Jenkins are making magic. First star to the right, straight on to the next issue. The Verdict: 10/10" - Comixosity
Point of Impact #2 (of 4)
Chapter Two of JAY FAERBER's thrilling murder mystery! The victim's secret boyfriend is the prime suspect in her murder - and the cop leading the investigation will stop at nothing to catch him. Meanwhile, the victim's husband learns there's a lot about his wife he didn't know.
Where is Jake Ellis? #1 (of 5)
Jon is in hiding. For almost a year, he has survived on his own in a remote corner of the world, but the powers behind the Facility have not forgotten him. The most wanted man in the world is soon in the crosshairs of powerful and mysterious people, and he will not be able to stop them on his own.
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