Andy Diggle, Batman/Superman, Brian Wood, Clone, Craig Cermak, Cullen Bunn, Dark Horse, DC Comics, Dynamite, Garth Ennis, Greg Pak, Greg Rucka, Harbinger, Hawkeye, IDW, Image, Jae Lee, Jason Ciaramella, Joe Hill, Joshua Dysart, Juan Jose Ryp, Lazarus, Marvel, Matt Fraction, Matt Kindt, Michael Lark, Mind MGMT, Oni Press, Red Team, The Massive, The Sixth Gun: Sons of the Gun, Thumprint, Uncanny, Valiant, Vic Malhotra, Wild Blue Yonder
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
What are you looking forward to tomorrow?