Archives for September 2016
Here’s what I’m looking at this week! Got any suggestions?
VISION #11 – If I’m being honest, I could begin and end the list with this title. The second to last issue of VISION! No idea what’s going to happen but it seems like it’ll be huge and I can’t wait.
BATMAN #7 – Another one from Tom King! Big week for him. This story seems to be growing in scale every single issue and now that NIGHT OF THE MONSTER MEN is here, I can’t imagine how ridiculous this is about to get.
CIVIL WAR II #5 – I’ll admit that when they announced “Civil War II” I wasn’t really sold, but to be honest I enjoyed this book a lot more than I thought I would. It’s definitely been worth the read.
KARNAK #5 – Are we really at #5 of Karnak? I need to go back through my books and make sure I didn’t miss one! Karnak faced tons of delays, but ultimately it was worth it because it’s an awesome book.
It’s a smaller list this week, so I may pick up some other books because there are TONS of options, but this should do for now! See ya next week!
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Here’s what I’m grabbing tomorrow!
All-Star Batman #2 – First issue had so much promise. Snyder’s Batman is consistently good, so I have zero issue supporting that even further.
The Black Monday Murders #2 – Once again, first issue was so good, albeit incredibly overwhelming and confusing. Hickman does that though. I think this story has incredible potential but man I hope this issue sorts some things out.
Detective Comics #940 – Consistently good and of course I’m excited for the Monster Men tie-in!
Doom Patrol #1 – We’ve been promoting this title heavily at Brainstorm, so it’s only right that when the time comes, I actually check it out. High hopes!
The Fix #5 – I LOVE this title. There’s a reason its been printed so many times. It’s so much fun. And Pretzels the dog is amazing.
Black Panther #6 – This, a lot like the Hickman book above, is a book with a ton going on, slowly slowly fleshing it out. I’m still deeply intrigued and around issue 10 or so, I plan to go back and reread the whole thing to see if it becomes any clearer.
Civil War II: Gods of War #4 – The final installment of Abnett’s Hercules run. Consider me sad at the ending of this underappreciated title. Rest in peace!
And that’s it!
What’s in your stack this week?