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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (7/29/15)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Tyler’s Recommendations: 
Donald Duck #3
‘The Siege of Nothing Atoll’-when an island-dwelling mad scientist sics his super-weapons on Scrooge’s Money Bin, it’s up to Donald to take the bad guy down!
“IDW has done a fine job bringing back the spirit of my favorite Disney character. This issue starts a new adventure where Donald finds himself as the only line of defense against a mad scientist set on stealing Uncle Scrooge’s money bin. At 40 pages, these issues are a great value, containing a mixture of short and long-form stories of Duckberg’s most famous son.” 

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It’s Image Solicitation Day For July

PrintPreviously announced We Stand On Guard by Brian K Vaughan & Island by Brandon Graham, Emma Rios & every comics creator that you should be reading will debut. New book by Ales Kot & Matt Taylor titled Wolf, graphic novel from Invisible Republic team Garbiel Hardman/Corinna Becho and good old Rob Liefeld is brining back Bloodstrike baby. More details at Image Comics

THIS WEEK’S FINEST – Invisible Republic #1

cWritten by Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko.  Art by Gabriel Hardman. Colors by Jordan Boyd.  Published by Image Comics.

This week, it is my honor and responsibility to select the “Week’s Finest” for the Nothing But Comics site, to spotlight the comic book that I think stands above all others that were released this Wednesday.

I thought it might be Chrononauts.  Or Frankenstein Underground.

I was excited to read Chrononauts, and I thought Frankenstein Underground would be a strong contender (and it was), but I was also intrigued by this new science fiction comic book published by Image Comics, Invisible Republic. Its promotional blurb – “Breaking Bad meets Blade Runner” – did not appeal to me; it sounded like overzealous marketing hype.  But I like science fiction comics, so I gave Invisible Republic a shot.  Based on the first issue, in terms of setting and aesthetics, it seems the blurb is inaccurate – Invisible Republic is not “Breaking Bad meets Blade Runner.”

It is something much better.

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