Alberto Ponticelli, Avatar, Batman Incorporated, Ben Templesmith, Canaan White, Carlos Magno, China Mieville, Chris Burnham, Daredevil: Dark Nights, Dark Horse, DC Comics, Dean Motter, Deathmatch, Dial H, Emily and the Strangers, Grant Morrison, Howard Chaykin, Image, J. Michael Straczynski, Justin Jordan, Kieron Gillen, Lee Weeks, Matt Fraction, Mister X: Eviction, Neil Edwards, Paul Jenkins, Satellite Sam, Shadowman, Ten Grand, Uber, Valiant
A welcome break from the heatwave.
- Emily and the Strangers #3 (Dark Horse): Finally, the finale!
- Mister X: Eviction #3 (Dark Horse): I’m pretty confident that this series will make our Top Ten List for 2013. Oh, and another stunning cover:
- Batman Incorporated #12 (DC): #11 was a flipping disaster. Good news: looks like we’re back to the all-important business of Bat vengeance.
- Dial H #14 (DC): It pains me to say this: it’s the penultimate issue.
- Satellite Sam #1 (Image): May as well give it a shot. I’ve enjoyed FF and Hawkeye enough. Oh, and, by the way, Howard Chaykin. Hope it doesn’t prove as unfulfilling as Casey’s Sex.
- Ten Grand #3 (Image): Yeah, sure: on the strength–a stronger word than I wanted to use, really–of #2, it’s earned another. Why not, right?
- Daredevil: Dark Nights #2 (Marvel): #1 delivered some interesting moments with extra cheese. I’m not entirely sold on it; but I’m willing to lease.
- Deathmatch #7 (BOOM!): I dunno, man. I still dig it.
- Shadowman #8 (Valiant): Behind the first batch of Valiant books, sure; but, by golly, its darned good. Strange: at the end of each issue, I’m still surprised by how much I like what I’ve read.
- Uber #3 (Avatar): I figure, since I’m killing off Suicide Risk, I can suffer another one of these.
What are you looking forward to tomorrow?