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Shipping 2/13/13

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Looks like another week of great comics

 

AGE OF APOCALYPSE #12
AMERICAS GOT POWERS #5 (OF 6)
ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #7
ARCHIE & FRIENDS DOUBLE DIGEST #24
AVENGERS ARENA #4
AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #12
BATGIRL #17
BATMAN #17
BATMAN AND ROBIN #17
BEDLAM #4
BEFORE WATCHMEN COMEDIAN #5 (OF 6)
BIONIC MAN VS BIONIC WOMAN #2
BLOODSHOT #8
BPRD HELL ON EARTH #104 ABYSS TIME #2 (OF 2)
BRAVEST WARRIORS #5
BTVS SEASON 9 FREEFALL #18
CABLE AND X-FORCE #4 NOW
CHANGE #3 (OF 4)
CLONE #4
CREEPY COMICS #11
CROSSED BADLANDS #23
DARK TOWER GUNSLINGER SHEEMIES TALE #2 (OF 2)
DEMON KNIGHTS #17
DJANGO UNCHAINED #2 (OF 6)
ELEPHANTMEN #46
END TIMES OF BRAM & BEN #2 (OF 4)
EVIL ERNIE #4
EX SANGUINE #5 (OF 5)
FANTASTIC FOUR #4
FATALE #12
FURY MAX #9
GARFIELD #10
GARTH ENNIS BATTLEFIELDS #4 (OF 6) FALL & RISE PT 1
GHOSTBUSTERS #1
GREEN LANTERN THE ANIMATED SERIES #11
HIGH WAYS #2 (OF 4)
JIM BUTCHERS DRESDEN FILES GHOUL GOBLIN #2
KATANA #1
LAST ZOMBIE BEFORE THE AFTER #4
MANHATTAN PROJECTS #9
MARS ATTACKS #7
MARVEL UNIVERSE AVENGERS EARTHS HEROES #11
MEGA MAN #22
MORNING GLORIES #24
MOUSE GUARD BLACK AXE #6 (OF 6)
MYLO XYLOTO #1
PATHFINDER #5
PLANET O/T APES SPECIAL #1
POPEYE #10
POWERS BUREAU #1
RAVAGERS #9
RED SONJA #73
RED SONJA UNCHAINED #1 (OF 4)
SAUCER COUNTRY #12
SCARLET SPIDER #14
SECRET AVENGERS #1
SPONGEBOB COMICS #17
STAR WARS #2
STORM DOGS #3 (OF 6)
STRAIN #11 (OF 12)
STUFF OF LEGEND TOY COLLECTOR #3 (OF 5)
SUICIDE SQUAD #17
SUPERBOY #17
SUPURBIA ONGOING #4
TEAM 7 #5
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES ONGOING #18
THRESHOLD #2
TO HELL YOU RIDE #3 (OF 5)
TODD THE UGLIEST KID ON EARTH #2 (OF 4)
TRUE BLOOD ONGOING #9
ULTIMATE COMICS X-MEN #22
UNCANNY X-MEN #1 NOW
WALKING DEAD #107
WALKING DEAD THE GOVERNOR SPECIAL
WARLORD OF MARS DEJAH THORIS #22
WOLVERINE AND X-MEN #25
X-MEN #41
X-TREME X-MEN #10

Books/ Mags/ Stuff
ADVENTURES OF SUPERHERO GIRL HC
ALABASTER WOLVES HC
ASSASSINS CREED THE CHAIN GN
ATOMIC ROBO TP VOL 07
BATMAN AND ROBIN WHITE KNIGHT DARK KNIGHT TP
BATMAN HC THE NIGHT OF THE OWLS (N52)
CHRONICLES OF KING CONAN TP VOL 04 PRINCE IS DEAD
COMICS JOURNAL #302
CURSE OF DRACULA HC
DAREDEVIL BY MARK WAID HC VOL 01
DC SUPERHERO CHESS FIG COLL MAG #24 MAN BAT BLACK ROOK
DC SUPERHERO CHESS FIG COLL MAG #25 BLACK MASK BLACK PAWN
DRAW #24
ESSENTIAL MARVEL TEAM UP TP VOL 04
FAIRIES MAGAZINE #12
FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND #266
GENIUS ILLUSTRATED LIFE & ART ALEX TOTH HC VOL 02
HYPERNATURALS TP VOL 01
JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #332
LOUVRE COLLECTION HC ENCHANTMENT
MANARA LIBRARY HC VOL 04
MARS ATTACKS TP VOL 01 ATTACK FROM SPACE
MARVEL FIRSTS TP WWII SUPER HEROES
MARVEL UNIVERSE ULT SPIDER-MAN DIGEST TP VOL 02
SIZZLE #56
STAR TREK TNG DOCTOR WHO ASSIMILATION TP VOL 02
STORMWATCH TP VOL 02 ENEMIES OF THE EARTH (N52)
SUICIDE SQUAD TP VOL 02 BASILISK RISING (N52)
TORPEDO TP VOL 02
UNCANNY X-FORCE PREM HC BOOK 02 FINAL EXECUTION
YOUNG JUSTICE TP VOL 03 CREATURE FEATURES

As always, what do YOU think?

8 Responses to “ Shipping 2/13/13 ”

  1. LAST WEEK!
    ANIMAL MAN #17 – Officially bored with Rotworld, even though I’ve just been reading the Swamp Thing parts now. But it’s ending, right?

    DOCTOR WHO PRISONERS OF TIME #1 (OF 12) – I guess it came out the previous week, but this was really fun. While no expert on the First Doctor, I’ve seen enough to appreciate that they captured the voice of the character & the style of those stories & set up a neat cliffhanger that I’m curious how they’ll resolve in the next issue, which switches to the Second Doctor. Also love Simon Fraser, even if his art looked a little rushed (perhaps he’s not used to the full-length monthly?)

    FEARLESS DEFENDERS #1 – Didn’t really do it for me until Valkyrie showed up, and that was toward the end, and the whole thing took me about 4 minutes to read

    LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #5 – Could have been a fun little Slam Bradley tale, but for Batman going from “You’re a murderer & I’m taking you in” despite their past history, to “You’re innocent & I’m busting you out” in about 5 seconds with little motivation

    SCARLET #6 – This was OK, but I am so over Bendis’ bullshit excuses on taking 2 years between issues of his creator-owned stuff that I don’t care anymore. Boo on you, Bendis.

    SNAPSHOT #1 (OF 4) – Pretty neat brain-twisting noir thriller from Diggle & Jock, although it may anger certain Savage Critics by setting its fictional SF comic store between Fell and Gough instead of the middle of Divisadero

    SWAMP THING #17 – Hey! Finally the end of Rotworld! No, there’s little resolution & no ending & a cliffhanger. Boo on you, Snyder.

    THIS WEEK!
    There’s a lot of maybes in this week’s comics, but if I can get over my anger issues with Bendis & Snyder I might get in to the LCS to buy…
    ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #7 – Cooling on the new arc and the new artist. It’s a maybe

    BATMAN #17 – Missed an issue of Death of the Family & my world didn’t fall apart. Capullo still rocks, but the last issue was just kind of weird. It’s a maybe

    FATALE #12 – I dropped this after the 1st arc, and even then I think I enjoyed the essays in the back more than the actual comic. So no essay, no buy

    POWERS BUREAU #1 – See SCARLET above. It’s probably in my pull box, I’d probably buy it anyway, but if you give me any more damn excuses, Bendis, I’m done with you

    WALKING DEAD #107 – And finally something I really want.

    COMICS JOURNAL #302 – I also really want this, from the description there’s a lot of amazing stuff, but jeez, $30?

  2. LAST WEEK!

    Let me say this is the first week in quite some time where I read my pile and was very pleased with everything I brought home. Hellboy found a great groove. Red Team was the Ennis “type” I was so deeply craving. The DC trio was really VERY solid with only the crazy jumble of artists on World’s Finest causing any trouble (moments of brilliance though for sure!). Any time you have to call in a name like Phil Jiminez for a two page inking assignment you’ve kinda screwed up. Only Snapshot left me even the littlest bit cold and certainly not so turned off that I won’t eagerly pick up the next. COMICS! Sometimes they can be rewarding?

    DIAL H #9
    EARTH 2 #9
    GARTH ENNIS RED TEAM #1
    HELLBOY IN HELL #3
    MULTIPLE WARHEADS ALPHABET TO INFINITY #4 (OF 4)
    SNAPSHOT #1 (OF 4)
    WORLDS FINEST #9

    THIS WEEK!

    ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #7

    BATMAN #17
    Last week Batman passed a very important milestone. It’s transitioned fully from a title I looked for reasons to enjoy to a title I look to find reasons to deride. Taking the exit ramp at my next opportunity and now buying only to see how bad it gets.

    BLOODSHOT #8

    BPRD HELL ON EARTH #104 ABYSS TIME #2 (OF 2)
    Really, really enjoyed part 1. Great art! The trick to BPRD is the willingness to put out a strong amount of quality material with a limited and set “term”. I know a continuous run seems like a good idea but the former worked so well on me I feel like it’s a real approach. Multiple entry points.

    SAUCER COUNTRY #12

    STAR WARS #2

    SUPERBOY #17 – Remember when this book had great art, a strong sense of where it was going? Yeah, well, maybe I’m the only one. But – in under a year – they crammed in the Ravagers crossover and shoved Superboy into the Superman universe crossover so unimportant that it is entirely unacknowledged outside of the family titles. All that’s left to complete the reverse engineering on the creative side is for Defalco to make the fateful call to Ron Lim.

    “Welcome back to the Big Two, compadre!”

    Bah. Dropped!

  3. BATGIRL #17

    BATMAN #17–The last issue was kind of awesome. As Chris Sims pointed out, Batman actually punched a horse so hard they became best friends. That tapestry in Arkham was creepy as hell, too. On the plot-level, DOTF is nothing special, but there are lots of little flourishes that are keeping it interesting.

    CHANGE #3 (OF 4)–I don’t quite know what to make of this, but I like it.

    SAUCER COUNTRY #12–For some reason, I haven’t gotten to the last couple issues yet. The butterfly cover of the last one was extremely pretty, though. I may wait until the final issue and read them all through at once.

    SECRET AVENGERS #1–Nick Spencer writing? Oh, I’ll take a look. There’s even a 50/50 chance I’ll pick up the first issue, but I doubt I’ll follow it. Nowadays adding a Marvel title to your sub list is like sending Axel Alonso your ATM card and PIN.

    WALKING DEAD #107–I’m actually worried about Carl, in a personal way, like he was a cousin of mine or something. Walking Dead is on fire right now.

    WALKING DEAD THE GOVERNOR SPECIAL

  4. STAR WARS #2–I didn’t notice this one. My son is 7 and really loved the first issue, so I’ll be picking this up for him as well.

    Interesting, J_Smitty and I posted almost at the same time and had almost complete opposite opinions on Batman….

  5. Yeah, Thelonius_Nick

    If it makes any kind of sense I think we appreciate a lot of the same things. I once remarked that I liked the way Capullo drew Bruce Wayne’s foot if that tells you how into the series I was.

    The thing for me is that I’ve always enjoyed a Batman who can get his ass kicked but really loathe a “Theater of Pain” story. This makes two in a row for Snyder. Two arcs where it’s about as sick and “bottom of a well” as I can stand.

    Somebody somewhere reminded me that Joker works best when at his base he’s doing things because they are funny to him. That can touch some pretty dark places, yes, but none of this has been for laughs.

    I still find Capullo compelling and worthy of the coin but this story in particular has left me really wondering if Snyder’s got more than a decent 18 foot jumper in his arsenal.

  6. LAST WEEK: I really liked SNAPSHOT, and would give it a solid VERY GOOD. Sure its pretty straight forward stuff, but it is just so stylistically amazing.

    SCARLET also rated a VERY GOOD, but is Grudge Dropped. Even the letter column, which tried to justify the delay, talks about the book being a year late — dude, it’s TWO YEARS LATE. #fedup

    I liked FEARLESS DEFENDERS more than I, um, feared I would. So that’s good. The back-matter on how it was a buddy-book, which was turned into a DEFENDERS team book is rather more forthright than I would have expected. Still, a rising GOOD.

    GREEN ARROW – was my BOOK OF THE WEEK, and was just what I looking for from the new creative team. Thanks gents!

    THIS WEEK:

    BATMAN #17 – “its what’s for dinner!” Leaning more to the J-Smitty camp, while not disagreeing with Thelonious Nick. There are beats, but I’m probably not long for it either.

    BEFORE WATCHMEN COMEDIAN #5

    CHANGE #3

    GARTH ENNIS BATTLEFIELDS #4 – The Tankies was a great arc. Up next: Anna, who is a super character, and her life post WW2 as the Cold War heats up. Its an inspired choice, and Ennis has been so strong on this histrory and accuracy in this book.

    HIGH WAYS #2 – missed #1, so might pick this up to see what JB is up to.

    KATANA #1 – never a fave character, but Nocenti and Sanchez look impressive in previews.

    MANHATTAN PROJECTS #9 – #8 was a bit of a dud for me, so I’m looking for this ish to get back on track. It was one of my Top Five of 2012.

    POWERS BUREAU #1 – much like James Woordward on this….And also remembering that when it relaunched at Marvel the promise was “we have worked out all the delays!” #yeahright.

    SAUCER COUNTRY #12 – I too have a backlog, but that works okay for this book. Hope it ends well, and can avoid feeling rushed.

    STAR WARS #2 – #1 was GOOD enough, really.

    STORM DOGS #3 – really, really liked this. Could be my coveted BOOK OF THE WEEK.

    WALKING DEAD #107 – but if Storm Dogs isn’t, this will be. Seriously an EXCELLENT series right now.

    WALKING DEAD THE GOVERNOR SPECIAL – yeah, late to the party so I read the reprints.

    JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #332 – as you were, Citizen.

    COMICS! Where else could Batman PUNCH A HORSE? Take that Nolan!

  7. LAST WEEK:
    Checked out Fearless Defenders because I liked the look of the art. Shouldn’t have, it wasn’t very good in that generic, decompressed c-level Marvel way.

    I was able to name more of the Extreme characters who appeared at the end of Glory than I’m happy with. Damn my misspent youth. I do wish they hadn’t appeared though – calling in the cavalry of other superheroes annoys me in Marvel/DC books, so to have it happen in this was really jarring.

    All New X-Men continues to entertain with it’s melodrama, and relies on this bizarre contradiction of relying on continuity to work, yet causing headaches if you think too much about the characters’ continuity.

    THIS WEEK:
    AMERICAS GOT POWERS #5 – This book is very different to the one it began as.

    BEDLAM #4 – Not bad, but the last Nick Spencer mini I put on my standing order.

    CHANGE #3 (OF 4) – Kot is now working at DC! A hilarious ill-fit if ever there was one.

    CREEPY COMICS #11 – Please no more lovecraft! Please no more lovecraft!

    FATALE #12 – I know I mentioned not liking it in the podcast questions, but I wrote that like a year ago. As with Criminal, it moves from average to good with it’s second arc.

    MANHATTAN PROJECTS #9 – I don’t really understand the mini-backlash the book is getting over Oppenheimer not being like the real Oppenheimer. Firstly, this book’s a comedy, and reality is pretty far from the authors intent. Secondly, it’s Oppenheimer’s psychopathic twin brother who has eaten him and taken his place.

    SAUCER COUNTRY #12 – Still can’t believe that I’ve broken my spellcheck to the point it missed last week’s typo.

    STORM DOGS #3 (OF 6) – Maybe. It’s not bad, it’s just not great yet. I thought this had twelve issues, so hopefully the pace picks up.

    UNCANNY X-MEN #1 – Cyclops is right!

    WOLVERINE AND X-MEN #25 – This book stumbled in quality last ish, so I hope it recovers even as it get’s a demotion within the x-line.

  8. Hey I have to chime in:

    Last week
    Fearless Defenders#1 was a return to all out fun in my book. Ok so it’s a mixture of a womance, Indiana jones and Evil Dead but the attitude reminds me of why I loved Power man and Iron Fist when I was a kid and why the original Heroes for Hire was such a good time. To me there are too many way serious comics. Fearless Defenders and Hawkeye fill my monthly need for a smile and a laugh with my heroes.

    This week:
    Secret Avengers: I know nothing about the plans for this but I’m willing to give it a go fir Hawkeye alone…

  9. Hey I have to chime in:

    Last week
    Fearless Defenders#1 was a return to all out fun in my book. Ok so it’s a mixture of a womance, Indiana jones and Evil Dead but the attitude reminds me of why I loved Power man and Iron Fist when I was a kid and why the original Heroes for Hire was such a good time. To me there are too many way serious comics. Fearless Defenders and Hawkeye fill my monthly need for a smile and a laugh with my heroes.

    This week:
    Secret Avengers: I know nothing about the plans for this but I’m willing to give it a go fir Hawkeye alone…

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