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Arriving 10/24

Brian Hibbs

The fourth of five weeks in the month brings an eclectic mix… but no MarvelNOW! books? Am I missing something?

2000 AD #1802
2000 AD #1803
A-BABIES VS X-BABIES #1
ADVENTURE TIME #9
ALAN ROBERT KILLOGY #1 (OF 4)
ALL STAR WESTERN #13
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #696
ARCHIE DOUBLE DIGEST #234
ARTIFACTS #22
ASTONISHING X-MEN #55
AVENGERS #32 AXFO
AVX CONSEQUENCES #3 (OF 5)
BART SIMPSON COMICS #76
BATMAN INCORPORATED #4
BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #13
BRAVEST WARRIORS #1 (OF 6)
BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER SPIKE #3 (OF 5)
CAPTAIN AMERICA #19
CAPTAIN AMERICA AND BLACK WIDOW #638
CHOSEN #1 (OF 3)
CROSSED BADLANDS #16
DARK HORSE PRESENTS #17
DEADPOOL #63
DEBRIS #4 (OF 4)
EXTERMINATION #5
FABLES #122
FF #23
FLASH #13
FURY OF FIRESTORM THE NUCLEAR MEN #13
GAMBIT #4
GHOST #1
GRIMM FAIRY TALES #78
HELLRAISER #19
HERO WORSHIP #4 (OF 6)
I VAMPIRE #13
ICE AGE PAST PRESENT & FUTURE ONE SHOT
INCREDIBLE HULK #15
INVINCIBLE #96
INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #527
JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY #645 BURNS
JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #13
KNIGHTS OF THE DINNER TABLE #191
LETS PLAY GOD #1 (OF 4)
LORD OF THE JUNGLE #8
MAGGIE #1
MARVEL UNIVERSE ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN #7
MIND MGMT #6
MULTIPLE WARHEADS ALPHABET TO INFINITY #1 (OF 4)
NATIONAL COMICS MADAME X #1
PROPHET #30
PUNISHER WAR ZONE #1 (OF 5)
RED LANTERNS #13
RED SONJA #70
REVIVAL #4
ROBERT JORDAN WHEEL OF TIME EYE O/T WORLD #30
SAVAGE HAWKMAN #13
SECRET AVENGERS #33
SHADOW #6
SPAWN #224
STAR TREK TNG DOCTOR WHO ASSIMILATION #6
SUPERMAN #13
TALON #1
TEEN TITANS #13
ULTIMATE COMICS ULTIMATES #17 UWS
UNWRITTEN #42
WARRIORS OF MARS #5
WOLVERINE #315
WOLVERINE MAX #1
X-TREME X-MEN #5

Books / Mags / Stuff
ALTER EGO #113
DANCER TP
DISNEY JUNIOR MAGAZINE #9
FRANK HAMPSON TOMORROW REVISITED CELEBRATION LIFE & ART HC
HUNTRESS CROSSBOW AT THE CROSSROADS TP
LEGION SECRET ORIGIN TP
MAD MAGAZINE #518
MARVEL SUPER HEROES #4
MIKE NORTONS CURSE GN
RALPH AZHAM HC VOL 01 WHY LIE SOMEONE LOVE
SAVAGE HAWKMAN TP VOL 01 DARKNESS RISING (N52)
SHAOLIN COWBOY ADVENTURE MAGAZINE TP
SHOWCASE PRESENTS THE FLASH TP VOL 04
SPIDER-MAN FLYING BLIND TP
STAR WARS AGENT O/T EMPIRE TP VOL 01 IRON ECLIPSE
STAR WARS DARK TIMES TP VOL 05 OUT WILDERNESS
STAR WARS KNIGHTS O/T OLD REPUBLIC TP VOL 10 WAR
SUPERCROOKS PREM HC
TERRY MOORE HOW TO DRAW #5 COMICS
VIDEO WATCHDOG #170
WOLVERINE AND X-MEN BY JASON AARON TP VOL 01
X-FACTOR TP VOL 16 TOGETHER AGAIN FOR FIRST TIME
YOULL NEVER KNOW HC VOL 03 SOLDIERS HEART

 

What looks good to YOU?

 

-B

15 Responses to “ Arriving 10/24 ”

  1. Multiple Warheads!

    I should stomp on my expectations a bit though. I’ve already built this book up to be be more awesome than King City and Prophet combined.

  2. Yeah, I thought the whole point of this Marvel NOW! thing was to have a new #1 in the stores each Wednesday. Are they really off schedule already?

  3. Light week.

    AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #696–So I understand this title is being cancelled with issue #700, and a new, edgier, darker Spider-Man, possibly with claws, will be introduced. I am highly, highly, highly skeptical of this new direction. I hear Liefeld is free now, if they’re looking for an illustrator.

    BATMAN INCORPORATED #4–I’m really hoping after the #0 month this will get back into a rhythm.

    BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #13–Not actually very good, I’m only getting this for the Scarecrow story. I have his every appearance (except the two from the 1940s because, you know, my wallet). It’s a sickness, please don’t follow my lead here.

    FF #23–Last issue. It occured to me that Hickman’s run may be the longest single story arc of any superhero comic by the Big 2. Between the FF: Dark Reign mini, 40-some issues on the main title, and 23 issues of FF, he’s told a wildly ambitious (if unevenly executed) story that was fully conceived from the beginning. Others have had longer runs, of course, but not with a single arc like this. Anyone else think of any longer?

  4. LAST WEEK: finished about half of the haul so far, and its been mixed.

    DAREDEVIL #19 was a twist I didn’t see coming (as to the villain’s identity) but the dark, edgier tone makes me all sentimental for that first appearance.

    HELLBLAZER #296 – disapointed, sadly. Not a very good issue at all.

    SUPERGIRL #13 – I had not noticed the stellar Asrar was not on this issue, but it worked quite nicely all the same. Great design on Kryptonian tech, and a believable, engaging Kara. If anything, the main SUPERMAN title seems to be trying to reinvent itself following Supergirl’s example, which is saying something. A really high GOOD!

    SWORD OF SORCERY #1 – This was really well done, putting the set pieces into play and some back-story too. Great art and a VERY GOOD read for both the main and the back-up.

    WALKING DEAD #103 – go Rick! We knew you weren’t a quitter! Humans are bad, but this book is VERY GOOD!

    YOUNG JUSTICE #21 – storytelling jumped around way too much and hurt this issue. EH! I guess, or maybe “Incomplete”

    THIS WEEK:

    ALL STAR WESTERN #13 – keeps getting better and better.

    CAPTAIN AMERICA AND BLACK WIDOW #638 – I have pre-buyer’s remorse on this. This run should be great, but having just caught up on the past two issues, I am REALLY disapointed by Francavilla’s art, which appears to be just freehand marker, which is then drowned under a color pallete of olive drab, brown and grey. Not good.

    COBRA ONGOING #18 – just good espionage comics, with style.

    GHOST #1 – Kelly Sue + Phil Noto = awesome.

    I VAMPIRE #13 – style galore, and now looks to put some dread and horror back in the mix. I’m hopeful this book can keep some consistency, as it has really suffered in its first year for that.

    NATIONAL COMICS MADAME X #1 – these have all been very good, esp Rose and Thorn which truly shone. A good experiment, but I’m not sure what DC was going for, or what they intended as next steps. Still, Hairsine is usually extremely good, and that cover by Fiona Staples is spactacular.

    PROPHET #30 – Me and 5000 other folks know this is a good book.

    REVIVAL #4 – has been good horror so far (zombies in maternity wards! CREEPY!), but I hope we get some of the larger pieces falling into place. What’s the alien’s deal?

    SHADOW #6 – guns blazing…this has been very good.

    SUPERMAN #13 – a nice preview which will hopefully build on that well done #0, on a book that really has had no direction for a year now.

    Since the last MARVEL NOW was two weeks ago, I need to ask: MARVEL WHEN?

    Comics! They won’t rot your teeth like candy will!

  5. “Anyone else think of any longer?”

    I believe Denny O’Neil’s underrated “Obadiah Stane/Drunk Tony/Rhodey in the armor” saga lasted just over 3 years.

    Mike

  6. LAST WEEK!
    BPRD 1948 #1 (OF 5)
    Oh man, lil Hellboy is adorbs.
    GLORY #29
    Generally speaking, I’m all for a little colloquialism in my funnies but it’s a struggle when the high-falutin aliens start cursing like a bunch of guys on shore leave to no discernible purpose. I get that Nanaja is supposed to be a brat of epic proportions but there are ways to convey that other than sounding like 13 year olds trying out their new swears.
    GODZILLA HALF CENTURY WAR #3 (OF 5)
    Ah man, all the different teams of weird guys with monster specific foci just totally hit it for me. Really pressed the “playing with action figures” button of my youth. Also a shoutout to one of our favorite Mindless Ones via T-SHIRT!
    HARBINGER (ONGOING) #5
    Oy, the Khari Evans art on this…challenging to mine eyes it was. They were going for MM v KM and came out less for sure.
    SAUCER COUNTRY #8
    Yay! I read them and liked them! Blind purchasing loyalty rewarded!
    WONDER WOMAN #13
    Still no sign of a Chiang’ing but Tony Akins grows on me. Some choice visuals early and only one wonky bit of word play makes for an overall OK experience.
    X-O MANOWAR (ONGOING) #6
    Nice fight between XO and Ninjak. PRETTY HOKEY getting them together though. Garbett’s art is very nice when not dabbling in “for no reason” digital compositing.
    ZAUCER OF ZILK #1 (OF 2)
    Very nice to look at and Al Ewing’s script is A-ok! The point has been made elsewhere but as far as style goes I really prefer it if people make a point to “go for it” with computer effects elements. DKR2, ASS, etc all benefit from being pretty upfront about what is hand drawn and what is not.

    THIS WEEK
    BATMAN INCORPORATED #4
    INVINCIBLE #96
    MULTIPLE WARHEADS ALPHABET TO INFINITY #1 (OF 4)
    I am super interested to see how he does this. Will the Werewolf…aspects…be explained? How many people know the story? Are you aware of what you’re picking up?!?! Stoked.
    PROPHET #30
    SHADOW #6
    SHAOLIN COWBOY ADVENTURE MAGAZINE TP
    Geof Darrow? Is that you?

  7. “It occured to me that Hickman’s run may be the longest single story arc of any superhero comic by the Big 2.”

    I’m pretty sure Morrison’s Bat-saga is significantly longer. If you’re counting Hickman’s “Fantastic Four” + “FF” + “Dark Reign: Fantastic Four”, then you would have to count Morrison’s “Batman”, “Batman & Robin”, “Return of Bruce Wayne”, and “Batman Incorporated” vols. 1 & 2., plus the “Batman: The Return” and “Batman Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes” specials.

    Re: Marvel WHEN?: Yeah, this is already a scheduling headache. Uncanny Avengers #2, the flagship title of the whole initiative, just got pushed back two weeks. With six months’ lead time, Marvel couldn’t even keep Cassaday on track past the first issue. Marvel…WHY?

  8. ^Oh… I’d also include “52″ #30 and #47 (or at least sections of them) in Morrison’s Bat-run. I’ve always been annoyed that DC didn’t put them in the “Batman & Son”/”Black Glove” collections, since that’s where you really see Bruce undergo the isolation ritual that kicked off the whole deal with Dr. Hurt’s return.

  9. “Final Crisis” was also part of that Morrison Batman story; that’s where he got killed/sent back in time/Omgega Sanctioned/whatevered, right…?

  10. Between the FF: Dark Reign mini, 40-some issues on the main title, and 23 issues of FF, he’s told a wildly ambitious (if unevenly executed) story that was fully conceived from the beginning.

    How do you, or any reader, know that? He could have plotted several issues at once, or changed his mind several times. Uneven execution could be a sign of changes in plans.

    Englehart’s “Celestial Madonna” storyline in AVENGERS, for example–he came up with ideas as he went along. The storyline didn’t suffer because of that approach.

    SRS

  11. LAST WEEK: Ed The Happy Clown, Saturn Apartments and Orc Stain were all top reads.
    Bakuman Vol’s 13 & 14 were Excellent.
    Justice League #13 was Very Good – the Geoff Johns everyone used to like shows up for a classic superhero style story, Superman turns into a Cheetah-Man is the cliffhanger, and Tony Daniel does the best art I’ve ever seen from him. Redhood And The Outlaws #13 was awful – Lobdell phoned it in long-distance and down a crackly line, and the replacement artist for Rocafort does ugly work. I’d often thought the book was ’90′s comics as a genre’, and if so, this issue represents the summer after all your talent walked off to do their own thing.
    I’ve still not managed to read through that free copy of Cyberforce – it seems pretty excitement free from my flip throughs.

    THIS WEEK:

    BATMAN INCORPORATED #4 – Each issue has been good, but my excitement levels with Morrison’s run are past their peak by a year or two now.

    DEBRIS #4 (OF 4) – It’s hard to feel much about the end of this book, as the story has been quite standard, just there to showcase the art, and I’m sure I’ll be picking up more Riley Rossmo books before too long.

    INCREDIBLE HULK #15 – This has been a fantastic run by Jason Aaron, that deserves to become a cult classic. Hopefully there’s a collection of the entire run under one cover to come.

    MIND MGMT #6 – I think we get the final secret message hidden in the back cover ads this issue – exciting stuff!

    MULTIPLE WARHEADS ALPHABET TO INFINITY #1 (OF 4) – I wish they were reprinting the Oni stuff beore this mini, but I’m excited to check it out none the less – Graham’s art in colour is a treat!

    PROPHET #30 – Saga gets the glory and the sales, but this is the best sci-fi comic going.

    Whoa – A Brandon Graham double month! Good time to be a comics fan!

    REVIVAL #4 – Even for a slow paced drama, this is being a bit too slow. It’s got a nice all round feel to it though, so I’ll stick with it.

    SHADOW #6 – Is this the final Ennis issue? I’m expecting some bloody good times if it is! Probably be my last issue.

    SUPERMAN #13 – I’m a bit worried Lobdell might buck a bit too hard in trying to make his Superman seem edgier, as part of making a splash on the title, and he may do some damage to the character – but in the longer term, I could see him settling into a comfortable run on the character, especially as the B-book to Diggle’s Action Comics and Snyder’s Man Of Steel. Rocafort’s art lifted Lobdell’s scripts on Redhood, so I’m quite hapy he’s on-board, even though Redhood is pointless without him. Regardless, anything to make this title into something other than the meandering maudlin mess it has been would be a welcome improvement!
    Who launches a new/nu DCU without figuring out what to do with the Superman titles? Insane.

  12. Superman #13 was really a pleasant surprise to me. It was the first issue of the new series that felt like it was at least following up on Grant Morrison’s setup in Action.

    Although I have the greatest respect for many of the creators involved in the first twelve issues, every issue just felt unsure and non-committal. This one worked for me.

  13. Re: Superman 13 I didn’t pick up the issue because the preview in the backs of other titles looked like a shameless lift of All Star right down to the title – “They Will Join You in the Sun” with Dr. Veritas (Sheez, cane and everything) standing in for Leo Quintum.

    I like Rocafort (RB Silva even more so) but I wonder just how much juice Lobdell is going to be bringing to anything with dialog like, “…I spend all my time inventing this crap and I rarely get the chance to see if any of it works.”

    If you’re going to be pilfering one of the greatest modern takes on Superman to service a book 1 year into a “total reset” I have to wonder if you’re the right person to re-imagine Superman. Coupled with the angry, “I’ll show the world!” nature of Clark’s soon to be published departure from print journalism it’s a troubling forecast (“Make it more like Superman Earth One!”) for me.

  14. “How do you, or any reader, know that? He could have plotted several issues at once, or changed his mind several times. Uneven execution could be a sign of changes in plans.”

    OK, “fully conceived” may be too strong a term for something I don’t know for sure. Maybe Hickman changed details along the way. My point was, it was one story arc that began in FF:DR and is just finishing up in the past few issues. (Well, the main story wrapped up earlier this year, with some loose threads being tied up over the past few months). It was clearly planned to some extent.

    Also, as many have pointed out, Morrison’s long Batman arc carried through several titles was longer, 2007-11 makes 5 years. (I think his work on Batman Inc. is a separate story). Denny O’Neil’s Iron Man run sounds long (I never read it), but at 3 years it falls somewhat short of Hickman’s FF.

  15. I think I disagree J_Smitty, I think lifting from All Star Superman is a great game plan for a Superman relaunch – why wouldn’t you pilfer from a great? All Star Superman itself picked bits and pieces from Superman’s history to create it’s world, so it seems fitting someone would lift elements from it – it’s a shame they didn’t actually add Leo Quintum in! He’s just a 21st Century Emil Hamilton (and possible post-evil Luthor).
    #13 wasn’t bad, but wasn’t great – making it one of the best issues this series has scene since the wheels fell off a few issues into Perez’s run. I think Lobdell gave enough to Clark’s quitting scene to make it work, it’s just a shame the action portion of the issue is on a totally unrelated crossover plot set-up.

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