Comics Picks of The Week 18.12.2013
Looks like its going to be the month of busy weeks. The last two weeks I’ve read two graphic novels each along with all my regular monthlies and this past week proved to be no different. Both Detective Comics Volume 4 and The Flash Volume 4 proved to be exceedingly good and now I have two more series that I need to catch up on for the New 52. Tall order, but doable. And as regards the usual monthlies, there were comics across the board, in all sorts of ways: genres, publishers, characters, etc, etc. The year has slowly transformed over the months into a really solid year for comics overall.
I still haven’t made any dent in the pile of graphic novels I have to read, but I’m not too worried about any of it, to be honest. Already used to that phenomenon from my novel reading.
Previous Comics Picks of the Week:
- Birds of Prey v1 Volume 5: Between Dark And Dawn by Gail Simone and Ed Benes
- Black Science #2 by Rick Remender and Matteo Scalero (Review)
- Illegitimates #1 by Taran Killam and Marc Andreyko (Review)
- Marvel Now: Uncanny X-Men #15 by Brian Michael Bendis and Kris Anka (Review)
- Marvel Now: X-Men v4 #8 by Brian Wood, Terry Dodson and Barry Kitson
- New 52: Forever Evil – Rogues Rebellion #3 by Brian Buccellato and Scott Hepburn (Review)
- New 52: Harley Quinn #1 by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Chad Hardin (Review)
- New 52: He-Man and The Masters of The Universe Volume 1 by Keith Giffen and Pop Mhan (Review)
- New 52: Justice League of America’s Vibe #10 by Sterling Gates and Derlis Santacruz
- Red Sonja v2 #6 by Gail Simone and Walter Geovani (Review)
- Samurai Jack #3 by Jim Zub and Andy Suriano (Review)
- Witchblade #171 by Ron Marz and Laura Braga (Review)
Birds of Prey v1 Volume 5: Between Dark And Dawn by Gail Simone and Ed Benes
Black Science #2 by Rick Remender and Matteo Scalero
New 52: Forever Evil – Rogues Rebellion #3 by Brian Buccellato and Scott Hepburn
Red Sonja v2 #6 by Gail Simone and Walter Geovani
Samurai Jack #3 by Jim Zub and Andy Suriano
Witchblade #171 by Ron Marz and Laura Braga
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