Aaron Campbell, American Vampire, Andy Diggle, Batman/Superman, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Wood, Collider, Dark Horse, David Marquez, DC Comics, Dynamite, Extinction Parade, FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, FF, Frazer Irving, Garry Brown, Greg Pak, Greg Rucka, IDW, Image, Jae Lee, Jason Ciaramella, Jim McCann, Joe Hill, Kevin Eastman, Lazarus, Marvel, Mat Kindt, Mateus Santolouco, Matt Fraction, Max Brooks, Michael Lark, Mike Allred, Mind MGMT, Mind the Gap, Raulo Caceres, Rodin Esquejo, Scott Snyder, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Massive, Thumbprint, Ultimate Spider-Man, Uncanny, Uncanny X-Men, Vertigo, Vic Malhotra
Gonna bang this one out.
- The Massive #15 (Dark Horse): A monthly highlight. This time around, looks like the plan is to light up a submerged NYC.
- Mind MGMT #14 (Dark Horse): Another gorgeous cover for an issue covering Meru.
- American Vampire Anthology #1 (DC/Vertigo): A buncha big names takin’ a bite outta Snyder’s AV? Sounds good to me! However, it looks like they’ll be takin’ a bite outta my wallet, too. $7.99? Ack!
- Batman/Superman #3 (DC): So far, so good. Jae Lee’s killing it.
- FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics #2 (DC/Vertigo): Or is it Collider #2? Color me a bit confused about the title. Still gonna buy it, though.
- Thumbprint #3 (IDW): A terrific first two issues–both I&N Books of the Month–have led to this. The highest of expectations.
- Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles #25 (IDW): Speaking of expectations: I didn’t expect to be here this long. Thing is, it’s really good. And to think I jumped on board simply to support artist Mateus Santolouco.
- Lazarus #3 (Image): Rucka’s rocking it out, and Lark’s leaving it all on the page.
- Mind the Gap #13 (Image): Surprise! Doublin’ up in August, eh? Works for me: a quicker turnaround for a title with a complex storyline is definitely appreciated.
- FF #11 (Marvel): Sure, #10 was a tad self-indulgent. It was also friggin’ fun. F-ing Fraction.
- Ultimate Spider-Man #26 (Marvel): Can’t believe how Bendis was able to manipulate me into wanting Miles to suit up. And then he was kind enough to give me what I wanted. Son of a gun.
- Uncanny X-Men #11 (Marvel): This is going to sound really strange: I’m looking forward to this. Felt weird to type it, even. But it’s true: #10 was darn good, after all–especially with Frazer Irving’s finally coming into his own.
- Extinction Parade #2 (Avatar): Oddly enough, my wife is looking forward to this more than I am. Still can’t get her to read Saga, though.
- Uncanny #3 (Dynamite): #2 wasn’t particularly good. This may be it for me.
What are you looking forward to this week?