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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.Dean’s Recommendations … Jupiter’s Legacy Volume 2 #2
“Is it weird that this book is called volume 2 #2? Yes. But try not to let that discourage you from buying this fantastic comic. It took a long time for Jupiter’s Legacy to return, but it is back and issue #1 was everything you want it to be. It was the best comic of the week and I’m fully expecting this one to follow that trend.”
East of West #28
“Ezra’s meeting didn’t go so well. The prospects of the fallout excite me.” Tyler’s Recommendations… Blue Monday Vol. 1: The Kids Are Alright
“Full disclosure, I haven’t read this series, but the solicitation and Image’s awesome price point sold me. Experience the Pepsi-fueled misadventures of Bleu L. Finnegan, comics’ favorite blue-haired, Buster Keaton-obsessed, Adam Ant-worshipping teenager from the very beginning! Featuring an introduction from KIERON GILLEN (THE WICKED + THE DIVINE), this volume collects the original miniseries as well as early short stories and more.” Josh’s Recommendations… Nightwing #1
“After a promising and personal look back at his old life, Dick Grayson is back in the black and blue ready to save the world. See what Seely and Fernandez have in store for the new era of Nightwing.”” Cosmo’s Recommendations… Weirdworld Volume 1 TP
“Sam Humphries had a daunting task in following Jason Aaron on this series, but he truly rose to the occasion. With Becca he created an engaging protagonist thrust into an insane world. Humphries followed Aaron lead in embracing the crazy, which in turn was rendered with full flourish by Mike del Mundo. Del Mundo’s art is stunning in both its imagination and detail. One of the biggest gone too soon causalities of All-New All-Diffeent Marvel . . . “ Wild’s End Volume 2 TP “This sequel to Dan Abnett and I.J.B. Culbard’s Wild’s End mini continues the great work of the original. Ostensibly a reworking of War of the Worlds with anthropomorphic animals, at its heart it is a compelling character drama. Abnett has assembled a first rate collection of endearing characters which he augments with new faces for the second series. At the same time, he delves into issues of PTSD and government suppression. All of this is lovingly illustrated by Culbard’s understated, yet dramatic art style. It may be a character piece, but when those aliens attack, it carries quite a punch . . . “
As I’m sure you all have noticed, the pull list page is no longer present. We here at Nothing But Comics have decided to combine this weekly with the discussion of which comics we are all buying for the week. Included below is the link of our personal favorite product guide. Don’t worry, this is not an advertisement; the website is not paying us anything to push it (not that we’d object!). Comic List just happens to be totally awesome. So check out that massive list and then come on back here to let us know what you are buying.