Posts Tagged ‘Spawn’

By: JD Hardin

It’s Wednesday, that means a whole slew of new comics are on the racks! Both Marvel and Image have some exciting reprints coming out. It seems Marvel is getting ready for Spider-Man: Homecoming and are releasing a great deal of True Believer reprints of some of Spidey’s #1’s. Image is releasing a reprint of Spawn #1 complete with a foil cover and a director’s cut. I’m not 100% on what a Director’s Cut of a comic would be, but it’s exciting nonetheless. Plus, a new title from Top Rated Publisher, Top Cow is always worth getting excited about. DC is pushing out two more Warner Bros. crossovers this week that can’t be missed either. Come on, Elmer Fudd and Batman is going to be hilarious, and Jonah Hex and Yosemite Sam is just to perfect of a match up to miss. So without any further adieu…..

 

LET’S RAID THE RACKS!!!

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By: JD Hardin

This past week has been amazing. Red Dog #4, Eclipse #7, and so much more just days after Houston’s Comicpalooza (more on that to come). After a slight delay, DC’s Button series continues, and rumor has it that it will lead up to the Countdown to Doomsday event. Looks like DC is working a pretty awesome long game. After a huge delay, Justice League VS Mighty Morphin Power Rangers continues with issue #4 (it’s about time). Meanwhile, Image celebrates its 25th anniversary and Spawn’s Anniversary with reprints of Spawn #1 and an array of Spawn variant covers for other titles. Marvel continues their Secret Empire with issue #2 and drops a new Luke Cage #1 and Generation X #1.

It’s never a bad week to be a comic book reader.

 

LET’S RAID THE RACKS!!!

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By: JD Hardin

Thundercats, He-Man, Superman, Batman, Spiderman, and THANOS!! It’s a stellar week to be a comic book reader. Then again, it’s almost impossible for there to be a bad week. Marvel is shelling the market with new titles everyweek. Some of these #1’s are destined to be one shots, and others will see years of life. Either way, be sure to get what you can while you can.

Meanwhile, you can expect some big news to come from The Nerdery in the next few months. We’re making a lot of friends, raising more money, and getting new equipment. Plus, don’t miss your chance to vote on The Best of 2016 poll in a few weeks!!

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By: JD Hardin

It’s an AMAZING week for releases. It seems there are more releases every week. Marvel and DC continue to battle for the majority of the market share. Meanwhile, smaller publishers like Image are still sneaking in for a small, however growing, portion of the market.

  
Marvel fights to hold their 40% by expanding Secret Wars with Age of Ultron VS Zombies #1, E Is For Extinction #1, Korvac Saga #1, and X-Men ’92 #1. Their already ongoing titles, Secret Wars and otherwise, are still sounding off, providing endurance for the Marvel machine. The Ant Man: Larger Than Life #1 will give strength toward the upcoming Ant Man feature film. I believe this issue will sell like hot cakes, so get it while it’s hot.

  
DC continues its DCYOU with Aquaman #41, Batgirl #41, Grayson #9, Justice League 3301 #1, Superman #41, The Flash #41, We Are Robin #1, and a few others. Their more serious titles continue as well. Deathstroke #7, Gotham by Midnight #6, and Injustice: Gods Among Us Year 4 #4 keep the DC presence strong through a rather small number of releases this week.

  
Image, aware of their current position in the market, has (in my opinion) the best releases this week. Our friend, and amazing writer, Matt Hawkins is giving us Postal #5 and The Tithe #3. Both of these titles have received top ratings by The Nerdery. All Star CCG favorite, Mythic is getting its second issue today. Rasputin #6, Sons Of The Devil #2, Invisible Republic #4, Wytches, The Fade Out, Material, and Spawn all make appearances this week as well.

This is another great week for comic readers. Whether you like heroes and superpowers, horror and suspense, or  mysteries and detectives, there’s a book dropping today that you’ll love. So get to your local comic book store and grab some of these great offers.

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