Indubitable Issues and Pull List (8/19/15)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Tyler’s Recommendations: 
Bizarro #3
“The comic equivalent of a buddy-roadtrip-comedy, Bizarro has been a blast. Heath Corson delivers a truly funny story of two guys, making their way to Canada, stopping random instances of villainy along the way. Jimmy Olsen and Bizarro make a great pair, and the sublime artwork from Gustavo Duarte creates a unique and brilliant offering from DC. It’s only a six-issue mini, so there’s still time to hop on now and enjoy the ride, plus it’s all-ages, so you can read it with/to your kids, siblings, young relatives, etc.”

Creighton’s Recommendations: 
Trees #12
People are going to die for what happened after the Tree landed on Manhattan. 

 

 

 

 
 
Rai #9
Superstar creative team Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain return to their one-of-a-kind vision for the future…but will the titular hero? Broken, beaten, and cast down to Earth, Rai’s allies now find themselves hunted, persecuted, and imprisoned for their failed rebellion against Father. Rai is determined to save his friends and bring down Father once and for all–but how can he do that from Earth? And will he survive the journey?
Alex’s Recommendations: 
Ultraman Volume One
Shinjiro is an ordinary teenager, but his father is the legendary Shin Hayata. When he learns that his father passed on the ‘Ultraman Factor’ to him, and that he possesses incredible powers, nothing will ever be the same again.
“So I totally don’t know if this will be any good or not, but about a week ago I was standing in line at Menards and found the complete Ultraman tv series on DVD for $5. Pretty sure this is the best five bucks I’ve ever spent.” 
  
Josh’s Recommendations: 

The Last Broadcast HC Volume One
What’s to Love: A cunning and dynamic debut from writer André Sirangelo and artist Gabriel Iumazark, The Last Broadcast takes readers into the dark corners of the world where secrets await to be revealed. Iumazark’s Brazilian/Japanese-fusion indie art style brings edgy energy to every dark corner, and fans of Thief of Thieves and the film Now You See Me will find a lot that entices them.What It Is: Ever wonder what’s behind that ‘No Trespassing’ sign? Travel into the hidden world of Urban Exploration with the daredevil members of Backbone, the best UrbEx team in San Francisco.
“The Last Broadcast centers on a young magician trying solve his friend’s murder, which also connects to a Harry Houdini-esque Pro whose final trick seemingly killed him. But then how are his tools still appearing almost 100 years later? Possessing a French-like atmosphere mixed with Manga art, its a treat for the mind and eyes to read.”  
 5cf5f0ec0b3d81676454159b6f1da551Patrick Recommends
Revenger #5
No Master
The conclusion to Revenger’s bloody trip to the small town of Neptune. She takes on Mr. Groan and exposes his true self. Satisfaction and bloody action guaranteed.
669273_52bff98e9e199d82f1a37126076d7a5bebfc311aDisciples #3
Our heroes journeyed to Jupiter’s moon Ganymede to track down a missing girl, but the moment they step out of the ship they’re faced with a bleak and hostile environment – and there’s no turning back now.
 
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.

8 thoughts on “Indubitable Issues and Pull List (8/19/15)”

  1. Disciples
    Young Terrorist
    Transference
    Revenger
    Bizzaro
    Black Canary
    Green Lantern Lost Army
    Martian Manhunter
    Robin
    Birthright
    Island
    Trees
    Wolf
    Kanan
    Howard The Human
    Runaways
    SW Journal
    Secret Love
    Spider-Verse
    Star Wars
    Weird World
    Rai

  2. Revenger
    Dark Horse Presents
    Groo
    Black Canary
    Robin
    Trees
    Wolf
    Island
    Howard the Human
    Secret Love
    Weirdworld
    Transference
    Young Terrorist
    Book of Death
    Book of Death Geomancer
    Rai
    & Ivar Timewalker

    The second issue of Dr Fate failed to grab me as strongly as the first, so #3 will most likely remain on the shelf. Will try to check back in with it another week . . . .

    1. Wow. I may be out of my depth here, but that seems like a larger than usual stack for you. Is it a flook, or do a lot of your issues come out on the same week?

      1. A little longer than usual, though it’s fast becoming more typical. That’s why I’ve had to be so brutal with the new DC titles — there is very little room on my pull list for new stuff. I should probably demote a couple Image titles to sale/trade wait, but haven’t been able to yet . . .

  3. Archie
    BPRD
    Bizarro
    Black Canary
    Disciples
    Island
    Martian Manhunter
    Stray Bullets
    Transference
    Young Terrorists

    Maybe Dr. Fate, I have mixed feelings; it’s pretty cool, and I like seeing DC try something different, but I’m poor and can only afford to buy so many titles. A book has to really grab me these days in oder to justify the purchase.

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