Indubitable Issues and Pull List (10/18/17)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Tyler’s Recommendation…
 
 Sherlock Frankenstein and the Legion of Evil #1
“Fresh off an Eisner win for best new series, the world of Black Hammer is expanding this month. A 4-issue mini with artist David Rubin, exploring the origins of a supervillain. I highly recommend checking this out!”
 
 
 

 
  
 Josh’s Recommendations...
 
 Go Go Power Rangers #4

“A second and more personal series starring the teenagers with attitude, its the perfect compliment to its sister title that focuses on the epic battles of the Rangers. While this title doesn’t lack action, its the everyday approach to the lives of the Rangers that makes it so engrossing to read. Whether you love the other series, or you’re looking to jump on to BOOM!’s Power Rangers comics, this is a great choice.”

 
Grayson Superspy Omnibus HC

“Finally, the incredible run by Tom King, Tim Seeley, and Mikel Janin is collected in one book. For $100, you get all 20 issues, 3 annuals, the Future’s End special, the Secret Origins of Dick Grayson, the Robin’s War tie-in, and the first issue of Nightwing Rebirth. Even though I already have all the issues, I still want this collection because its undeniably one of my favorite runs in years and I intend to enjoy it years from now with this hardcover.”

Patrick’s Recommendation…
 
Batman #33
“Besides the many obvious reasons to be checking out this title (Tom King, Jordie Bellaire, Mikel Janin, BATMAN) artist Joelle Jones is coming for the current arc, one of comics best current visual storytellers. Jones has a sharp line with an advanced technical aptitude to go with her excellent layout choices. Being the highest profile comic she’s worked on yet, this is a name you’ll want to be checking for, and a Batman comic written by Tom King with colors from Jordie Bellaire is as good a place as any to start”
Batwoman #8
“One of DC’s best superhero titles, artist Fernando Blanco really leveled up in his debut on the series last issues. He & writer Marguerite Bennett have started a trippy surrealist story-line with Scarecrow as the main antagonist, that is sure to astound for it’s imagination”
 
 
 
Now #1
” The new three time a year anthology from Fantagraphics featuring work from Noah Van Sciver, Dash Shaw, Malachi Ward, Jean Cristophe Menu & more. That’s a line up that can’t lose” 
 
 
 
 
As we’re 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.

8 thoughts on “Indubitable Issues and Pull List (10/18/17)”

  1. Astro City #48
    Descender #25 Cvr A
    Faith And The Future Force #4 Cvr A Kitson
    Half Past Danger II Dead To Reichs #2 (of Lobotomy #1 Cvr A Fowler Kong Gods of Skull Island Oneshot #1
    Maestros #1 (MR) Special Discount
    Mighty Mouse #5 (of Neil Gaiman Troll Bridge HC (C: 1-0-0)
    Savage Dragon #227 (MR)
    Sherlock Frankenstein & Legion of Evil #1 (of 4)
    Spy Seal #3 Cvr
    Swordquest #4 Cvr A Montes
    War Mother #3 Cvr A Mack

  2. Dept H
    Batman
    Batwoman
    Generation Gone
    Kill or Be Killed
    Mighty Thor
    Guardians of the Galaxy (All-New)
    Animosity
    Animosity Evolution
    Faith and the Future Force
    War Mother

    Will need to wait til next week: Descender & Sherlock Frankenstein

  3. Catching up on recent comics, and, yes, Blanco’s art in last month’s Batwoman was pretty fantastic. Looking forward to seeing where Bennett and Blanco takes this tale next.

    Speaking of notable art, that Mammon sequence from the latest Black Monday Murders was pretty amazing. Coker did some stunning work in that issue . . .

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