Anthony’s miscellaneous comics picks for December 2015

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Updated on December 10, 2021

Here’s a look at what non-Big Two comics are coming out in December.


A full list of solicitations is available here.

  • Image Firsts: Copperhead #1, on sale Dec. 2, $1


A full list of solicitations is available here.

  • Jem and the Holograms #10, $4
  • Back to the Future #3 (of 4), $4
  • Mickey and Donald’s Christmas Parade #1 (one-shot), $6
  • Donald Duck #8, $4
  • Uncle Scrooge #9, $4
  • Walt Disney’s Comics & Stories #726, $4
  • Donald Duck: The Diabolical Duck Avenger TPB, $13
  • Rocky and Bullwinkle: Classic Adventures TPB, $30
  • Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire #4 (of 5), $4
  • Long Distance TPB, $20

Boom Studios

A full list of solicitations is available here.

  • Garfield’s Cheesy Holiday Special #1 (one-shot), $5
  • Lumberjanes #21, $4
  • Bill and Ted’s Excellent Comic Book Archive (HC), $35
  • Boom! Box Mix Tape 2015 #1 (one-shot), $10


A full list of solicitations is available here.

  • The Shield #4, on sale Dec. 16, $4
  • Archie: Collector’s Edition, on sale Dec. 16, $10
  • Jughead #3, on sale Dec. 30, $4

Comic strip compilations



There’s a lot out in December, including plenty of trade paperbacks and graphic novels just in time for the holidays.

I don’t read “Chew,” but “Chew” #53 has an amusing Flintstones-parody cover.

The Donald Duck “Duck Avenger” stories are being reprinted in the US in a trade. “Paperinik,” as he’s known in the stories’ native Italy, is Donald’s Batman-like superhero alter-ego. Meanwhile, the “Rocky and Bullwinkle” TPB reprints the 60s Gold Key comic series.

Thom Zahler’s “Long Distance,” the romantic comedy about long distance relationships and midwestern states, is out in trade paperback.

“Archie: Collector’s Edition” reprints the first three issues of the rebooted “Archie” title. I assume they wanted something collecting this series out in time for the holidays. However, the first five or six issues will presumably be collected in a more standard trade at some point.

“Betty and Veronica Double Digest” features a new story about Archie and Valerie (of “Josie and the Pussycats”) dating.


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