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Arriving 7/6/11

Despite this Monday holiday of our nation’s birthday (though, huh, we’re open!), Diamond believes that virtually every store will receive books like normal for Wednesday release. Fingers crossed!

 

ADVENTURE COMICS #528
ASTONISHING THOR #5 (OF 5)
BATMAN AND ROBIN #25
BATMAN BEYOND #7
BLUE ESTATE #4
BOYS #56
CAP AND THOR AVENGERS #1
CHEW #19
CONAN LEGACY FRAZETTA COVER #8 (OF 8)
DARK TOWER GUNSLINGER BATTLE OF TULL #2 (OF 5)
DC COMICS PRESENTS SUPERMAN #4
DC UNIVERSE ONLINE LEGENDS #11
DOCTOR SOLAR MAN OF ATOM #7
ELEPHANTMEN #32
ELRIC THE BALANCE LOST #1
FEAR ITSELF #4 (OF 7) FEAR
FEAR ITSELF UNCANNY X-FORCE #1 (OF 3) FEAR
FEAR ITSELF WOLVERINE #1 (OF 3) FEAR
FEAR ITSELF YOUTH IN REVOLT #3 (OF 6) FEAR
FEEDING GROUND #5 (OF 6)
FLASHPOINT #3
FLASHPOINT ABIN SUR THE GREEN LANTERN #2 (OF 3)
FLASHPOINT BATMAN KNIGHT OF VENGEANCE #2 (OF 3)
FLASHPOINT SECRET SEVEN #2 (OF 3)
FLASHPOINT THE WORLD OF FLASHPOINT #2 (OF 3)
GI JOE VOL 2 ONGOING #3
GODZILLA KINGDOM OF MONSTERS #4
HEROES FOR HIRE #9 FEAR
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #39
HULK #36
IRREDEEMABLE #27
IZOMBIE #15
JONAH HEX #69
LOONEY TUNES #200
MOON KNIGHT #3
MORIARTY #3
MYSTERIOUS WAYS #1 (OF 6)
OZMA OF OZ #8 (OF 8)
RED SKULL #1 (OF 5)
RED SPIKE #3 (OF 5)
REED GUNTHER #2
ROBERT JORDAN WHEEL OF TIME EYE O/T WORLD #11
RODD RACER ONE SHOT
SCOOBY DOO WHERE ARE YOU #11
SCREAMLAND ONGOING #2
SECRET HISTORY BOOK 15
SECRET SIX #35
SPIDER-GIRL #8
SUPERBOY #9
SUPREME POWER #2 (OF 4)
SWEET TOOTH #23
THAT HELLBOUND TRAIN #2 (OF 3)
THUNDERBOLTS #160 FEAR
TITANS ANNUAL 2011 #1
TRAILBLAZER ONE SHOT
TRUE BLOOD TAINTED LOVE #5
UNCANNY X-MEN #540 FEAR
VENGEANCE #1 (OF 6)
WOLVERINE AND BLACK CAT CLAWS 2 #1 (OF 3)
WYNONNA EARP YETI WARS #3
X-23 #12
X-MEN #14
ZOMBIES VS ROBOTS UNDERCITY #3 (OF 4)

Books / Mags / Stuff
27 (TWENTY SEVEN) TP VOL 01 FIRST SET
ALTER EGO #102
BACK ISSUE #49
CAPTAIN AMERICA HAIL HYDRA TP
CHI SWEET HOME GN VOL 06
CLASSIC MARVEL FIG COLL MAG #148 FIRESTAR
CLASSICS ILLUS DLX SC VOL 06 THREE MUSKETEERS
COWBOYS AND ALIENS IT BOOKS TP
DEATH NOTE BLACK ED TP VOL 04
DOCTOR WHO ONGOING 2 TP VOL 01 RIPPER
ELVIS VAN HELSING GN
ESSENTIAL PUNISHER TP VOL 01 NEW ED
FALLEN ANGEL TP RETURN OF THE SON
FLIGHT GN VOL 08
GARTH ENNIS BATTLEFIELDS HC VOL 02
GEORGE R R MARTIN FEVRE DREAM TP
GOTHAM CENTRAL TP BOOK 02 JOKERS AND MADMEN
GREEN ARROW HC VOL 01 INTO THE WOODS
HEROES FOR HIRE TP CONTROL
INFINITY INC HC VOL 01 THE GENERATIONS SAGA
IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU GN (A)
KICK-ASS TP (RES)
LOCKE & KEY HC VOL 04 KEYS TO THE KINGDOM
LOCKE & KEY TP VOL 03 CROWN OF SHADOWS
MARVEL ADVENTURES AVENGERS TP CAPTAIN AMERICA DIGEST
NARUTO 3-IN-1 ED VOL 02
NORTHLANDERS TP VOL 05 METAL
PENNY ARCADE TP VOL 07 BE GOOD LITTLE PUPPY
QUEEN OF THE BLACK BLACK GN
REVOLVER TP
SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING HC BOOK 05
SCARLET PREM HC BOOK ONE
SHOWCASE PRESENTS DOC SAVAGE TP
SIDEKICKS GN
SNATCH COMICS TREASURY (A)
STAN LEE STARBORN TP VOL 01
WANDERING SON HC VOL 01
X-FILES 30 DAYS OF NIGHT TP

 

What looks good to YOU?

 

-B

14 Responses to “ Arriving 7/6/11 ”

  1. ADVENTURE COMICS #528
    BOYS #56

    ELRIC THE BALANCE LOST #1 – If I have to just pick one, this one.

    SECRET SIX #35
    SUPREME POWER #2 (OF 4)

    Books / Mags / Stuff

    SHOWCASE PRESENTS DOC SAVAGE TP

  2. ADVENTURE COMICS #528
    BATMAN AND ROBIN #25
    BLUE ESTATE #4
    DC COMICS PRESENTS SUPERMAN #4 – Superman+Joe Kelly = Awesome!
    (Kinda weird DC has the cover of the original issue being reprinted, not the new cover, on their site. And Kelly being on this may explain why his name was on the cover of #3, but Marv Wolfman was the only writer credited in the book. You really think covers, at least, would warrant a second look before being approved, yet DC regularly messes them up.)
    FEAR ITSELF #4 (OF 7) FEAR
    FLASHPOINT #3
    FLASHPOINT ABIN SUR THE GREEN LANTERN #2 (OF 3)
    FLASHPOINT BATMAN KNIGHT OF VENGEANCE #2 (OF 3)
    FLASHPOINT SECRET SEVEN #2 (OF 3)
    FLASHPOINT THE WORLD OF FLASHPOINT #2 (OF 3)
    (I actually enjoyed the first issue of these tie-ins, so maybe the fugue state the rest of FP has been putting me in won’t affect me this week).
    HULK #36 (Planet Red Hulk was fun, so this is a maybe)
    MOON KNIGHT #3
    SUPERBOY #9
    VENGEANCE #1 (OF 6) (This is Joe Casey right?)

    STAN LEE STARBORN TP VOL 01

  3. If there’ one thing I need more of in my life it’s COMICS!!! Here’s some I’ll be reserving for purchase:

    IZOMBIE #15
    (I like the Dead Presidents back-up more than the Undead Archie front-up. Could just be me.)
    JONAH HEX #69
    (Jeff Lemire draws as Jonah celebrates Canada Day by (probably) killing a whole heap of folks, but really politely!)
    SWEET TOOTH #23
    (Sweet Tooth didn’t celebrate Canada Day either. Maybe he’s from Ontario?)
    THAT HELLBOUND TRAIN #2
    (Joe R Lansdale hisownbadself)

    At some point, when funds permit, I’ll be slathering on the fake tan and shirtlessly reading:

    SHOWCASE PRESENTS DOC SAVAGE TP

    COMICS!!! I will look down and whisper “yes!”

  4. ELRIC THE BALANCE LOST #1 (I’m just interested enough in Paul Cornell doing Michael Moorcock to give this a whirl. I expect it will read a lot like Neil Gaiman doing Neil Gaiman. Yowza!)

    IZOMBIE #15
    (like a mirror universe Corey(Ottawa), JohnK(UK) gets it subtly reversed: The Dead Presidents is soooo Robert Smiegel, while cute zombie Betty Cooper with a Lisa Loeb hairstyle is still AWESOME. Frivolity aside, this book which has style, design and art out the ya-ya – it really is eye wateringly gorgeous – has ground to an absolute halt the last few issues. Not sure I’ll hang around watching zombies do nothing, even if it is beautiful as heck. ON PROBATION.

    JONAH HEX #69(This has been, quite stealthilly, my favorite comic of the last 6-8 months. And I really don’t know how I didn’t notice that before now. Probably because I’m really not interested in Westerns, and yet…, month after month this is a really, really good read, with last issue perhaps being my favorite to date. This month: Jeff Lemire drawing a whole heap of folks gittin killed. Aw-yup!)

    MOON KNIGHT #3 (I want to like this book…..I have extraordinarily fond memories of Bill Sienkiewicz’s latter work on MK once he threw off the fetters of Neal Adams, so this seemed a perfect match for Maleev. It is not. And I think I have reached the limit of my ability to tolerate Bendis-speak as well. Making Moon Knight “teh CA-RAZEEE” is much like making Luke Cage a responsible urban dad shopping at Pottery Barn; it may sound fresh and new, but its actually kind of boring, and fights too hard against the relatively simple core of the respective character (Moon Knight = Batman; Luke Cage = SHAFT!). #2 was on probation, so unless this rocks my world, it is, much like Scarlet, DROPPED.)

    I had been buying HEROES FOR HIRE, but it looks like it is going to cross-over purgatory, so I may rejoin both it, and THUNDERBOLTS after we are all done being afraid of the sss—ser—-puh—-. Then again I may not. You take’s your chances, Marvel. You take’s your chances….

    SHOWCASE PRESENTS DOC SAVAGE (Just makes me want to rip my shirt off and wear jodhoppurs. Old timey goodness, from the Marvel that killed Gwen Stacy. Dichotomy, much?)

    BACK ISSUE #49 (My Buy of the Week! FEEEEL the the fine Corinthian leather of 1970s relevance with Planet of the Apes, DC Salutes the Bicentennial (I LOVE THOSE COVER BANNERS! I only need to clip one more and I get the BELT BUCKLE!!), Kung-Fu Fighter and FOOM! After the scientists at TwoMorrows are done throwing in a visit with Fireside Books’ reprints and Marvel Comics calendars, I might need a Slurpee and a Hostess Fruit Pie. Be sure to sit six feet back from the television. Seriously, if you like the Bronze Age, you need to be reading this. It is the cost of two funny books, however, so check out the preview here before calling your mom for allowance: http://www.twomorrows.com/media/BackIssue49Preview.pdf

    And a note to Mister Jeff Lester: Available in digital download for $2.95! Holding the line and saving half-a-dime!)

    Comics! We get those in Canada too! Mostly!

  5. RED SKULL: INCARNATE #1 (OF 5). Pak is writing, I’ve always found stories about well-drawn Nazis interesting, great covers, and best of all, they have considerately made this a tale in five parts instead of the traditional six, which means the last issue will come out before I leave the country again.

  6. Corey, I believe Elric is written by Chris Roberson.

  7. let’s see: The Boys, Hex, Chew, I’ll check out the Elric book, mebbe Secret Six so I’ll have the whole run to sell on ebay in a few months… and NO EVENT BOOKS AT ALL

  8. @ralph: Too true. The perils of typing without solicits close at hand. I stand corrected and chastened. Mr Rober

  9. Corey:
    “#2 was on probation, so unless this rocks my world, it is, much like Scarlet, DROPPED.”

    Yeah, #3 is make or break for me.
    I LOVED the last page twist of #1 (apparently being the only person who didn’t have it spoiled by the hype interviews), but #2 was only alright, and McMillions has put the fear in me by saying it’s all just leading to an Ultron cross over.

  10. @adam: Those are the books with the Aja covers, yeah? He did a pretty cool couple of process blog entries on those.

    http://blog.davidaja.com/2011/04/red-skull-covers.html

    I think they had him pull the swastikas off Skull’s emblems if I recall.

    Aja is one of those artists that I think is able to sell me nearly anything. That said his return to interiors will be a welcome one. Damn him for taking the ultra lucrative cover gigs. (He said while shaking a raised fist)

  11. @Corey (Ottawa): Thank you for the tip on BACK ISSUE #49, which feels like it’s tailor made for me! If there’s not a copy at CE when I get to the store, I’ll think about the digi-edition. (Hell, knowing me, I’ll probably get the digi-edition anyway….)

  12. Shouldn’t Showcase Presents Doc Savage have come out much earlier, to coincide with the First Wave line? It looks great but it is practically shipping with the last issues of the new series!

  13. Yeah, and Roberson doing Moorcock going to be much better than Cornell.

    Have read it now, and I guess on the SC scale somewhere between GOOD and VERY GOOD.

  14. So, for those keeping score at home:

    Elric: The Balance Lost did not draw me in, and sadly rates an EH. Your mileage may vary.

    iZombie also rated an EH, and is being dropped. I can tell just how much fun the creatots are having in doing the book, but I’m afraid I don’t share it.

    Jonah Hex was VERY GOOD, and – as usual – surpised in ways I didn’t expect.

    Moon Knight was OKAY, which isn’t enough to keep me coming back for more. That said, the art was stellar this go. Really beautiful stuff. The “catch” of Moon Knight believing and dressing like he’s other heroes makes you wonder why you should read Moon Knight, though, inasmuch as it seems to be arguing FOR just how generic Moon Knight as a chracter is. And that is really the problem, if not now then certainly over the longer term. You want to see Spidey clomp bad guys, you should go read ASM, not read Moon Knight dressing up as Spidey.

    and the Book of the Week: Aw yeah BACK ISSUE. Best surpise: Jerry Boyd’s aricle on giveaway comcics, including Power Records and the “Planned Parnethood” Spidey issue.

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