There haven’t been any “Comics Picks of the Week” articles for a while, and the major reason for that is because I’ve just been too caught up with other stuff and I just can’t be… well bothered. It just takes too much out of my time to keep these titles going, especially when Wednesdays also see me trying to get through two TV shows and doing reviews for them. Though, that situation has kind of abated now.
Anyway, this week’s surprise hits were Batman: Arkham Knight #2 and Gotham Central Book 1 from DC. It was a relatively small week for me since I didn’t read all that many new titles and most of those were middling. Ongoing greats were Django/Zorro #4, John Carter: Warlord of Mars #4, Fantastic Four #643 , Inhuman #12, Aquaman #39 , Catwoman #39 , and He-Man: The Eternity War #3 among others .
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Last Fast-Shot Comics Review for comics released in January 2015!
The picks for this week are: Bitch Planet #2, Jungle Book: Fall of The Wild #2, Robyn Hood #6, Wolverines #1-4, Gotham By Midnight #1-3 and Unity #13-14.
Tags: Action, Aliens, Alisson Borges, Andy Clarke, Aric of Dacia, Ariela Kristantina, Armor Hunters, Ben Templesmith, Bitch Planet, Bitch Planet #2, Black Magic, Bloodshot, Brian Level, Brian Reber, British Intelligence, CAFU, Charles Soule, Claudia Balboni, Clayton Cowles, Comics, Comics Review, Cris Delara, Cris Peter, Daken, Dark Wolverine, Dave Sharpe, DC Comics, Death of a Superhero, Death of Wolverine, Death of Wolverine: Life After Logan, Death of Wolverine: Weapon X Program, Dezi Sienty, Dimensional Travel, Epic Fantasy, Eternal Warrior, Fairy Tales, Fantasy, Fantomelle, Fast-Shot Comics Review, FCO Plascencia, Female Archers, Female Heroes, Female Superheroes, Female Warriors, Female-Led Comics, Gilad, Gilad Anni-Padda, GIN-GR, Gotham by Midnight, Gotham By Midnight #1, Gotham by Midnight #2, Gotham By Midnight #3, Grimm Fairy Tales, Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Robyn Hood, Grimm Fairy Tales: Robyn Hood, Grimmverse, Grostieta, Image Comics, Israel Silva, Jaime Salangsang Jr., Jim Campbell, Juan Doe, Jungle Book, Jungle Book: Fall of The Wild, Jungle Book: Fall of The Wild #2, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Kipling Island, Lady Deathstrike, Lewis Larosa, Life After Logan, Livewire, Luca Claretti, magic, Maid Marian, Mark L. Miller, Marte Gracia, Marvel Comics, Marvel Now, Matt Kindt, Matt Krotzer, Matt Smith, Mercenaries, Mike Krome, Mowgli, Mr. Sinister, Mutants, Myst, Neville Alcott, New 52, Nick Bradshaw, Ninjak, Pat Shand, Psiots, Ray Fawkes, Realm Knights, Review, Review Central, Robin Hood, Robyn Hood, Robyn Hood #6, Robyn Locksley, Romulo Fajardo, Rudyard Kipling, Sabretooth, Saida Temofonte, Science Fiction, Sentient Robots, Slamet Mujiono, Sonia Oback, Space Opera, Superheroes, Supernatural, Supervillains, Ula Mos, Unity, Unity #13, Unity #14, Urban Fantasy, Valentine De Landro, Valiant Comics, VC's Cory Petit, Visigoths, Walden Wong, Warrior Women, Weapon X Program, Witches, Wolverines, Wolverines #1, Wolverines #2, Wolverines #3, Wolverines #4, Women in Comics, Women in Fantasy, X-23, X-O Manowar, Young Superheroes, Zenescope, Zenescope Entertainment, Zephyr
The last week of 2014 and I hit my Magic 40 number. That pleases me immensely. I was hoping I’d be able to make it to this number, and I did, especially with 2 graphic novels in the mix a well!
For this final week of 2014, the surprise hits were: Jungle Book: Fall Of The Wild #1 from Zenescope and Transformers: Drift: Empire of Stone #2 from IDW Publishing. The disappointing comics of the week were Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy #7 from Marvel and Secret Origins #8 from DC. The regular greats like Aquaman, Catwoman, Sensation Comics, Secret Avengers, Godzilla: Cataclysm and others struck once again in the final tally.
The graphic novels for this week were Sunstone by Stjepan Sejic and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Volume 3 by Dan Abnett, Pop Mhan, Mark Roberts, Deron Bennett and Stjepan Sejic.
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