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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.Tyler’s Recommendations: Donald Duck #3
‘The Siege of Nothing Atoll’-when an island-dwelling mad scientist sics his super-weapons on Scrooge’s Money Bin, it’s up to Donald to take the bad guy down! “IDW has done a fine job bringing back the spirit of my favorite Disney character. This issue starts a new adventure where Donald finds himself as the only line of defense against a mad scientist set on stealing Uncle Scrooge’s money bin. At 40 pages, these issues are a great value, containing a mixture of short and long-form stories of Duckberg’s most famous son.”
Creighton’s Recommendations: Sex Criminals #11
NEW STORY! NEW STARTING POINT! SAME OLD MATT AND CHIP. Jon and Suzie have a special gift: when they have sex, they stop time. Turns out they’re not alone. Get on board the book that’s been called ‘hilarious’ and ‘arousing’ – and you could win $1000 dollars. ONE of these randomly selected SPECIAL POLYBAGGED ISSUES contains $1000. Seriously. Lots of comics want you to speculate about getting rich. We just want to artificially inflate our sales for a month and MAKE you rich(er). This is not a joke. “Brimpers of all persuasions rejoice, one of the best books of on the stands is back. Last arc Fraction and Zdarsky took this comic to a new level of emotional resonance without losing any of the off-kilter humor that first won over fans to the series. Expect more of the same as Suzie and Jon keep trying to figure out this thing called called life . . . “ Imperium TPB Vol. 01 Collecting Monsters
The battle for utopia begins now! Start reading here as New York Times best-selling creator Joshua Dysart – writer of the Harvey Award-nominated series HARBINGER – and superstar artist Doug Braithwaite (UNITY, Justice) begin the daring new superhero saga of the year. “Dysart’s new Valiant series picks up where the previous, Harbinger, left off, while shifting the focusing from the would-be heroes to the perceived villain Toyo Harada. In Dysart’s hands Harada has always defied simple black/white definitions. Imperium continues that strong character work, as well as delving into thorny, real-world political situations. Also includes the debut of the fascinating robot character Sunlight on Snow. All in all, another great title from Valiant . . .” Alex’s Recommendations: Star Wars #7
A special one-off tale of Ben Kenobi! Injustice reigns on Tatooine as villainous scum run rampant. Will Ben risk revealing himself to do what’s right? Guest Artist Simone Bianchi (WOLVERINE, ASTONISHING X-MEN) joins writer Jason Aaron for this special tale! Rated T Star Wars ? Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All rights reserved. Used under authorization. Text and illustrations for Star Wars are ? 2015 Lucasfilm Ltd. Invisible Republic #5
To be announced. “Continuing one of the very best Image series of 2015, this issue is just another slice of this brilliant literary pizza.” Josh’s Recommendations: Squarriors #3
The breakout hit series continues in this penultimate issue to the first miniseries! Rustle and Spin covertly follow Eli to his meeting with the Maw, revealing the true intentions of a Tin Kin defector. Meanwhile, King orders his tribe to prepare for an incoming invasion. “I’m sure this book is falling under the reader, which is a shame. Cute fuzzy animals duking it out in a tribal, post-apocalyptic world devoid of humans is always interesting. This issue, the two rival tribes are preparing for a war that will end both of them. In a world without humans, is our legacy only more violence for the survivors of the planet?” Patrick’s Recommendations: Sabrina #4
Hell hath no fury! It’s Sabrina in the underworld as she and her companions risk everything – including their immortal souls – to rescue Harvey’s consciousness, trapped in the Dark Pit. Meanwhile, with Greendale’s most powerful witch missing in action, Madame Satan launches an attack on the Spellman household, but Hilda and Zelda are not helpless, and then of course there’s Cousin Ambrose to contend with! For TEEN+ readers. 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.