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Looks like a lovely lot.

  • The Massive #14 (Dark Horse): Easily one of my favorite monthly titles.  Brian Wood navigates through contested waters with a style that’s unflinchingly understated and extremely addictive.
  • Mind MGMT #13 (Dark Horse): Taking a page of of Brubaker’s Fatale: Kindt’s serving up a series of one-shots–starting here.
Mind MGMT #13

Mind MGMT #13

  • Batman/Superman #2 (DC): I enjoyed the first one–until it got all Morrison-y at the end.  We’ll see.
  • Thumbprint #2 (IDW): #1 was one of our Top 5 Books of June.  If you read it, you know why.  If you didn’t, you don’t know what you’re missing.
Thumbprint #2

Thumbprint #2

  • Wild Blue Yonder#2 (IDW): A summer blockbuster! I wrote about #1 here.
  • Clone #9 (Image): Wearing out its welcome?
  • Lazarus #2 (Image): Another one of our Top 5 Books of June.  Greg Rucka is ridiculously good.
Lazarus #2

Lazarus #2

  • Hawkeye Annual #1 (Marvel): Sounds fun enough.
  • Red Team #4 (Dynamite): Ennis really ramped things up with a Mametian #3.  I hope this issue follows the same script.
Red Team #4

Red Team #4

  • Harbinger #14 (Valiant): Dysart’s got a pretty solid run goin’ for him.
  • The Sixth Gun: Sons of the Gun #5 (Oni Press): I think it’s fair to say that, with the final issue of the mini, we’re getting a Bunn wrap.
  • Uncanny #2 (Dynamite): I dug Diggle’s opening salvo.  I’m down with this one.
Uncanny #2

Uncanny #2

What are you looking forward to tomorrow?

Turning pages,

Scott

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