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Your eyes are not deceiving you.

  • The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys #5 (Dark Horse): I’ve enjoyed the series so far.  I’m not exactly sure why.  Hey!  Maybe that’s why!
  • Sandman: Overture #1 (DC/Vertigo): Neil Gaiman on words and J.H. Williams on images: a dream match-up.  If you’re not excited about this, there’s something wrong with you.  Or maybe you’re too young to have a clue.
Sandman: Overture #1

Sandman: Overture #1

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #27 (IDW): Took me ’til my forties to take to the Turtles.  A big reason: Mateus Santolouco’s martial art.  Not sure, however, if I’ll keep on after “City Fall,” however.
  • Wild Blue Yonder #3 (IDW): We loved #1 and #2!  Seems a pretty safe bet we’ll love this one, too.  Zach Howard’s art alone is worth the price of admission.
Wild Blue Yonder #3

Wild Blue Yonder #3

  • Saga #15 (Image): So many smart touches in #14.  So many, in fact, that we celebrated it as our #2 book of September.  One thing we know about this issue: it’s kicking off with a full tank of gas.
  • X-Men: Battle of the Atom #2 (Marvel): Somewhere, my future self is shaking my future head.  Sorry–in advance.
  • The Fox #1 (Archie/Red Circle): If you’re keeping track, then you know that this’ll be my second–that’s right: second–Archie Comics purchase in the past month.  With names like Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel attached to this one, I’d be a fool to pass it up.
The Fox #1

The Fox #1


Yup, that’s it!  And, you know what?  Thank God.

What are you looking forward to tomorrow?

Turning pages,