[–] Firevine 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Cerebus in Hell #3: This isn't quite what I was thinking it would be, but whatever. It's Cerebus so I'll buy it.

Paper Girls #14

Yay for light weeks. Why the fuck are we getting another Youngblood reboot?


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[–] fricknmaniac 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

  • Bane: Conquest #1: I'm so pumped for this, not because I'm a huge fan of Bane (though I am), but because this marks the return of Chuck Dixon to DC comics for the first time in over 9 years. The man was a God for DC in the 90's with an 86 issue run on Detective Comics and runs of the first 100/70/46 issues of Robin/Nightwing/Birds of Prey respectively.

  • Batman #22: So I enjoyed the first two issues of this crossover so far, but what the hell is going on with the prices of the Lenticular covers? I went to a convention on Friday and people SELLING copies of the Lenticular cover of Flash #21 for $10 a pop... an issue which literally came out 2 days prior at that point. (And don't get me started on how insane the price has gotten on Detective Comics #880 has gotten just because of how awesome the cover is. Don't get me wrong, it's an awesome cover, but it's not a $100 cover.)

  • Nightwing #20: Tim Seeley is still crushing it with Dick Grayson. Awesome callbacks to his time as Batman from pre-Flashpoint (Doctor Hurt and Professor Pyg) and great new characters too (Deathwing and Defacer).

  • Back to the Future: Biff to the Future #4: I got a chance to read the entire run of Back to the Future comics this past week after taking the plunge and it's absolutely amazing. And there's a good reason for it too, it's written by Bob Gale, the same person who co-wrote the screenplays for all three Back to the Future movies. If you love the movies I can't recommend picking up these series as well. (Though you can skip the Citizen Brown mini-series if you've already played the Telltale game because they're the same thing.)

  • Transformers: Till All Are One #9: The best ongoing continuity in comics right now is Transformers. The fallout from Titans Return was resovled in issue #8 and it seamlessly flows right into the next storyline, with another tiny callback to Simon Furman's Transformers: Generation 2 with Liege Maximo.

  • Spider-man/Deadpool #17: Yeah, I'm picking up a Marvel comic this week too, apparently.