Comics Picks of The Week 31.12.2013
Welcome to the first CPoTW post of the year. Technically this should be the last of the previous year, but publishers did this funny thing where the new comics came out on 31st December, so, you get the picture.
This was an extremely thin week of comics reading for me, and I’m not quite sure what more to say more than that. I read just six comics in total and as it turns out, they all happened to be good. I suppose that even a reading machine like me needs a break now and then. And I could probably have used it, in hindsight, since I moved through through three graphic novels in the previous week. And that’s a lot. At least, all six of these new comics were good!
Previous Comics Picks of the Week:
- New 52: Aquaman #26 by Jeff Parker and Paul Pelltier (Review)
- New 52: Batwoman #26 by Marc Andreyko and Jeremy Haun
- New 52: Justice League Dark #26 by J. M. DeMatteis and Mikel Janin (Review)
- New 52: Superman Unchained #5 by Scott Snyder and Jim Lee (Review)
- New 52: The Flash #26 by Christos Gage and Neil Googe (Review)
- Rocket Girl #3 by Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder (Review)
New 52: Aquaman #26 by Jeff Parker and Paul Pelltier
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