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Arriving 10/23/13

Brian Hibbs

A standard week of comic style books, featuring the debut of Pretty Deadly from Kelly Sue Deconnick and Emma Rios and the second issue of Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky’s Sex Criminals. Together that makes for a strong week. Of course, there are other books, you can find out what they are after the cut!

ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #6
ALL STAR WESTERN #24
AQUAMAN #24
B & V FRIENDS DOUBLE DIGEST #236
BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #24
BETTY & VERONICA #268
BEWARE THE BATMAN #1
BOUNCE #6
BRAVEST WARRIORS #13
CATWOMAN #24
CHOOSE THEIR FATE #1
CLONE #11
CONAN PEOPLE O/T BLACK CIRCLE #1 (OF 4)
DAREDEVIL #32
DARK HORSE PRESENTS #29
DC VS MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE #2 (OF 6)
DOCTOR WHO VOL 3 #14
FEVER RIDGE MACARTHUR JUNGLE WAR #4 (OF 8)
FF #13
FLASH #24
FUTURAMA COMICS #69
GREAT PACIFIC #11
GREEN TEAM TEEN TRILLIONAIRES #5
HARBINGER #17
HAUNTED HORROR #7
INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK #14
INFINITY HEIST #2 (OF 4)
INFINITY HUNT #3 (OF 4)
IRON MAN #17
JUDGE DREDD #12
JUSTICE LEAGUE #24 (EVIL)
JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #24 (EVIL)
KISS ME SATAN #2 (OF 5)
LARFLEEZE #4
LOOKOUTS RIDDLE VOL 01 #6
MARVEL NOW WHAT #1
MASS EFFECT FOUNDATION #4
MASSIVE #16
MEGA MAN #30
MIND MGMT #16
NOVA #9 INF
NUMBERCRUNCHER #4 (OF 4)
OTHER DEAD #2 (OF 6)
PATHFINDER #10
PRETTY DEADLY #1
RAT QUEENS #2
RED LANTERNS #24
ROCKETEER SPIRIT PULP FRICTION #2 (OF 4)
SAMURAI JACK #1
SATELLITE SAM #4
SAVAGE WOLVERINE #10
SECRET AVENGERS #10 INF
SEX CRIMINALS #2
SONIC UNIVERSE #57
STAR TREK ONGOING #26
STAR WARS LEGACY II #8
SUPERIOR CARNAGE #4 (OF 5)
SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN TEAM UP #5 NOW
SUPERMAN #24
SUPURBIA ONGOING #12
TALON #12
TEEN TITANS #24 (EVIL)
THE SPIDER #15
THUNDER AGENTS #3
THUNDERBOLTS #17 INF
TMNT NEW ANIMATED ADVENTURES #4
TOM STRONG AND THE PLANET OF PERIL #4 (OF 6)
ULTIMATE COMICS SPIDER-MAN #28
UNCANNY #4
UNCANNY AVENGERS #13
UNWRITTEN #54
VELVET #1
VENOM #42
WASTELAND #49 (MR)
WOLVERINE AND X-MEN #37 BOA
WORLD OF ARCHIE DOUBLE DIGEST #33
YOUNG AVENGERS #11
ZOMBIE WAR #1 (OF 2)

Books/Mags/Things
2000 AD PACK AUG 2013
ABSOLUTE JOKER LUTHOR HC
ALTER EGO #121
ARCHIE THE MARRIED LIFE TP VOL 04
BATGIRL HC VOL 03 DEATH OF THE FAMILY (N52)
BOING BOING GN
COWBOY NINJA VIKING DLX HC
DOCTOR WHO OMNIBUS TP VOL 02
FABLES ENCYCLOPEDIA DELUXE ED HC
FETISHISMS IMMORAL GN
GARTH ENNIS ERF HC
HELLBOY MIDNIGHT CIRCUS HC
JIM FEATURING SIF TP VOL 02 SEEDS OF DESTRUCTION
JUDGE DREDD YEAR ONE TP
MMW SGT FURY TP VOL 01
MY LITTLE PONY TALES TP VOL 01
POWERPUFF GIRLS CLASSICS TP VOL 01 POWER PARTY
SHADOWMAN TP VOL 02 DARQUE RECKONING
SIZZLE #59
SPIDER-MAN TP LIFE IN MAD DOG WARD
STAR TREK TNG DOCTOR WHO ASSIMILATION COMPLETE HC
SUICIDE SQUAD TP VOL 03 DEATH IS FOR SUCKERS (N52)
THOR EPIC COLLECTION TP WAR OF PANTHEONS
TMNT ONGOING TP VOL 06 CITY FALL PT 1
UNCANNY AVENGERS PREM HC VOL 02 APOCALYPSE TWINS
WASTELAND APOCALYPTIC ED HC VOL 03
X-MEN TP X-CORPS

As always, what do YOU think?

 

10 Responses to “ Arriving 10/23/13 ”

  1. Not much is catching my eye this week. SEX CRIMINALS was okay but not that impressive.

    So I’ll go with the usual plus a new item:

    Daredevil #32
    Massive #16
    Unwritten #54
    Velvet #1
    Young Avengers #11

  2. Can anyone sell me on Mad Dog Ward? I like that era of Nocenti (particularly her Daredevil) but I’m wholly unfamiliar w/ that trade. Anyone have strong opinions one way or the other?

    As for myself
    PRETTY DEADLY #1
    RAT QUEENS #2 (loved the first issue)
    VELVET #1

  3. DAREDEVIL #32–First, Waid is good, but that he has managed to make the Jester a truly fearsome and interesting villain is remarkable, even for him. Second, this issue has the Legion of Monsters. Third, this is pretty much the best comic I’m reading. Always EXCELLENT.

    FF #13–Geez, Marvel’s putting out a ton of good stuff nowadays, once you get past all the Avengers and X-Men crap. Always VERY GOOD to EXCELLENT

    HAUNTED HORROR #7–Flip-through.

    INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK #14–And Mark Waid again. Not as good as Daredevil, but still a highly entertaining series. I’m about ready for the Chonarchist storyline to wrap up, and because Waid is a master of pacing, this issue is the last one in this arc. A strong GOOD for this series.

    RAT QUEENS #2–Somehow missed the first issue, though I intended to pick it up. Is it worth going back and getting?

    SEX CRIMINALS #2–I tried the first issue and it wasn’t terrible. I’ll give this one a look-see, but I’m leaning towards not picking it up. We’ll see.

    VELVET #1–Gets a flip-through.

    From last week: COFFIN HILL #1–This turned out to be really VERY GOOD. I will definitely pick up issue #2. Hopefully that’ll be good too and I can add this to my pull list.

  4. I re-read “Mad Dog” last Summer, and it’s quite good. It’s a small (in the sense of intimate) story, as most of it takes place in an asylum. And it wears its Ken Kesey influence on its sleeve. Still, it benefits from a taut, 3 act structure and a bit of punching here and there. If you liked the more contemplative issues of Nocenti’s DD run, you’ll definitely like “Mad Dog.”
    Oh yeah, I’d hate to undersell Cynthia Martin’s art on the issues. She uses a really fine, brittle line that gives the quiet scenes a nervous energy. You can sort of see the emotions under the antiseptic surface of everything.
    So yeah, probably worth the money.

  5. @nick, I quite liked Rat Queens. I think I read it about 5 times in 3 days. It’s juvenile humor which takes mocks nearly every fantasy trope which you can name. It’s tone is like a foul mouthed Fearless Defenders.

    @nate, thanks for the write up. I’ll at least take a look at it and probably pick it up if my budget allows.

  6. Last week:
    Zero #2 was the issue of the week/month/possibly year. I also grabbed the Wagner/Ranson Button Man collection, and the Richard Corben Creepy collection, so it was a good weeks reading for me.

    BOUNCE #6 – so Sex is Joe Casey writing Batman not getting laid, this is Casey writing Spider-Man doing drugs and having sex? I’m much happier with both now it’s clearer too me.

    DAREDEVIL #32 – Shit yeah. This book just keeps rolling out the hits. Last issue they used weather to change plot and tone, and suddenly I realised how rarely I see that done in comics. Especially superhero one’s. What’s next?

    MASSIVE #16 – Well, that last arc sure had a touch of the Bob Haney’s, along with a good dose of because Bob Kanigher logic to it’s plot. Crazy stuff happened, like every page, but you didn’t want to read those speech bubbles twice. I wonder if Wood is doubting himself with this one, or trying to do something new with it? It’s an odd book, even whilst it entertains.

    MIND MGMT #16 – Boringly excellent every issue.

    PRETTY DEADLY #1 – The four and a half stars on CBR has raised some doubts, but Emma Rios art is always nice.

    SATELLITE SAM #4 – Well you should see Satellite Sam, she’s so good looking but she looks like a man. Well you should see her in drag, dressed in her child proof Mylar bag, you could say she was attractively built.

    SEX CRIMINALS #2 – The best laugh last issue was that one guy in the shop yelled out my order to the other guy, so I got to hear ‘Satellite Sam’, ‘Sex’ ‘Sex Criminals’, all get yelled out and handed to me, whilst a family stood next to me in line. Comics!

    VELVET #1 – Let’s hope Silky goes down better than Lazarus. With the critics, that is.

    YOUNG AVENGERS #11 – The villain are a narration caption last issue. And trapped characters with comic gutters. And this was incidental stuff in the issue. Top book, this one.

  7. The villain ATE a caption, in the last Young Avengers. Not are a caption.

  8. Still recovering from attending the Ottawa Geek Market, but not too tired to buy me some comics.

    LAST WEEK: I was way too busy bagging and tagging in the hopes of thinning out the basement. Historically speaking, whatever Ben Lipman likes is what I like too, so if he says ZERO #2 is the book, you can bet your beaver pelts he’s right.

    THIS WEEK:

    ALL STAR WESTERN #24 – Jonah in 21st Century Gotham worked far, far better than it had any right to. And Moritat got to draw a sultry babe last issue. A strong GOOD.

    DAREDEVIL #32 – How all those Eisners lead Marvel HQ to concluded the book needs a reboot with a new creative team, I will never know.

    FEVER RIDGE MACARTHUR JUNGLE WAR #4 – an old timey war comic.

    JUDGE DREDD #12 – Mean Machine and family are here. Let’s turn it up to 11.

    JUSTICE LEAGUE #24 (EVIL)
    JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #24 (EVIL) – this ‘event’ has a very JSA/JLA cross-over feel, and that’s okay. Enough zany stuff so far that these books actually pay homage to the concept and tone of the original SSoSV.

    MASSIVE #16 – consistently interesting.

    PRETTY DEADLY #1 – the Image roll continues.

    RED LANTERNS #24 – hardly takes itself as seriously as the main books, and is the better for it.

    ROCKETEER SPIRIT PULP FRICTION #2 (OF 4) – And Paul Smith is gone. Last issue was truly a gem though, so high hopes.

    SEX CRIMINALS #2 – I did note that in the preview art our heroine was supposed to Become a Woman whilst listening to Morrissey, although that was changed. Perhaps Fraction read the reviews of Moz’ autobiography.

    STAR TREK ONGOING #26 – are we ever going to get the Klingon-Romulan war? Pitch perfect ‘voices’ on the characters throughout always make this fun.

    UNCANNY #4 – way behind on these.

    VELVET #1 – and wow, was this some EXCELLENT work. Definitely loved how her hair has the same streak the Countesses’ does.

    2000 AD PACK AUG 2013 – Do you want to Prog now, or Prog later?

    COMICS! Being a ‘dealer’ for 48 hours was enough, as despite having a run of BEAUTIFUL STORIES FOR UGLY CHILDREN on promonent display, people kept feeling they should ask me if I had any DEADPOOL. No, no I do not.

  9. LAST WEEK: I’ll echo Ben Lipman’s recommendation of ZERO #2, and Corey (Ottawa)’s recommendation of Ben Lipman. Yep, possibly the best book of the year.

    THIS WEEK is pretty small for me, so I may not make it to the shop til next time, but if I do go…

    DAREDEVIL #32 – Oh no, say it ain’t so, Corey (Ottawa)! OK, I fished around on the interwebs and it looks like it’ll soft relaunch with the same creative team, which doesn’t make much sense, but whatever

    MARVEL NOW WHAT #1 – This looks funny and irreverent, maybe they’ll make a joke about relaunching Daredevil

    UNWRITTEN #54 – And on the subject of pointless relaunches, isn’t this ending pretty soon anyway? Why would you do a crossover with Fables meant to boost sales and then kill your momentum by stopping and relaunching?

    VELVET #1 – This might drive me into the LCS for fear that it’ll sell out by next week

  10. I have to add to the Zero 2 love. I don’t even recall what was going on in Zero 1, so I went back and re-read that first issue last night. What was a near future set covert operative tale morphed into something a bit more interesting between the two issues.

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