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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.Josh’s Recommendations: Iron Fist Epic Collection TPB Fury Of Iron Fist
Written and drawn by Silver-Age pros Roy Thomas with Gil Kane, this volume collects the stories that cemented Iron Fist in the MCU and as one of the prominent Kung Fu fighters in comics. A must have for any fan of Danny Rand.
Nowhere Men TPB Vol. 01 Fates Worse Than Death (New Printing) With a snazzy new cover, it collects the hit Image series of a world ruled by Science and rife with its repercussions. Pick it up now to be ready for the series’ long awaited return in the Fall. Tyler’s Recommendations: Creepy Presents Alex Toth HC “The Creepy Presents….” hardcovers from Dark Horse have been some of the finest collections of classic EC horror artists ever published, the production value is phenomenal. The Bernie Wrightson, Richard Corben, and Steve Ditko collections have been fantastic, and now the great Alex Toth gets the spotlight treatment he deserves. At only $19.99, this book is a steal, and a must-have for fans of horror comics. Harrow County #3
Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook’s new series has gotten off to a wonderful start. Curses, ghosts, and decades old supernatural pacts collide in a rural county surrounded by labyrinthian woodlands in a deliciously wicked comic. Be sure to check out the latest and greatest from two very talented creators. Creighton’s Recommendations: Will Eisner’s The Spirit A Celebration Of 75 Years HC
Over the past week, we have been talking a lot about The Spirit. Now here is your chance to sample some of his greatest adventures from the iconic work of his creator Will Eisner to the more contemporary rendering of Darwyn Cooke. Guaranteed to be some of the best comics you read this year. Shutter TPB Vol. 02 Way Of The World
Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca took the promise of their first arc and far exceeded it in the second. They filled the series with imagination, emotion and page after page of striking imagery. Do not miss out on what has become one of my favorite titles. [Bonus points if you pick up the first issue of the third arc, out this week as well] Patrick’s Recommendations: Injection #3
While the measured style of the series debut issue might have been slightly polarizing, its second brought the thunder. Shalvey & Bellaire are experts at drawing fighting sequences and the one from that issue was one from the ages. Ellis is one the greatest writers in the history of the medium and he’s constantly evolving his style. Ellis, Shalvey & Bellaire were the best creative team in comics in 2014 and they are about to make 2015 a victory lap on this title. Reed’s Recommendations: Strange Fruit #1
I’ve been looking forward to reading Mark Waid and J.G. Jones’ Strange Fruit ever since I heard about it. Set during the great Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, my understanding is that the creative team will be using a Superman-inspired mythos as a lens to examine the racism of the period. I have high hopes for the book, as I love the work of both Waid and Jones. Alex’s Recommendations: Star Wars: Lando #1
Soule and Maleev are playing with the galaxy’s most devilishly handsome gambler in this next installment in the new Star Wars universe. How could you not want to read this? As I’m sure you all have noticed, the pull list page is no longer present. We here at Nothing But Comics have decided to combine this weekly with the discussion of which comics we are all buying for the week. Included below is the link of our personal favorite product guide. Don’t worry, this is not an advertisement; the website is not paying us anything to push it (not that we’d object!). Comic List just happens to be totally awesome. So check out that massive list and then come on back here to let us know what you are buying.