Comics Picks of The Week 15.01.2014
Once again, a very light reading week, with no graphic novel reading at all. I took a trip to India and back over the weekend, mostly because preparations for a cousin’s upcoming marriage and mom’s treatment, so reading time was extremely limited. I’m even behind on my novel reading at the moment, so I’m generally not doing well on that front at all.
Some really fun titles launched this past week, such as Night of the Living Deadpool, so it was an entertaining week at least, for the most part.
Previous Comics Picks of the Week:
- Curse #1 (Review)
- Coffin Hill #4 (Review)
- Marvel Now: Amazing X-Men #3
- Marvel Now: Night of the Living Deadpool #1
- Marvel Now: Revolutionary War – Dark Angel #1 (Review)
- New 52: Batgirl #27 (Review)
- New 52: Forever Evil – Rogues Rebellion #4 (Review)
- New 52: Justice League 3000 #2 (Review)
- Unity #3 (Review)
- Velvet #3 (Review)
New 52: Batgirl #27
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