There are so many new comics that come out each week and it feels like it gets harder and harder to decide which comics will make the cut. None of us are made of money so we sometimes have to be more selective as to what is on our pull lists. These are some of the top comics, in our humble opinions, that we feel will be guaranteed great reads.
We’re also going to provide preview pages for each title (when available) to give you an idea how the book reads and looks.You can click each image to enlarge.
If you look at the cover of AQUAMAN you'll notice it says it's a prelude for Throne of Atlantis. That's the big crossover coming up between AQUAMAN and JUSTICE LEAGUE. One of the nice things about this crossover is it's only between these two books. But if you're digging Geoff Johns' AQUAMAN, chances are you're also enjoying his JUSTICE LEAGUE.
Aquaman's come a long way in the New 52 this past year and three months. Geoff Johns has definitely shown us how cool he can be and this story is setting up a bigger plot that will show how the League will depend on Aquaman.
Here's a preview from MTV Geek. Head over there to see the complete preview.== TEASER ==
Dun dun duuuuuuun. It's the return of the Batman from BATMAN #666. That's from the pre-New 52 series in case you just started reading recently. That issue gave us a glimpse at a pretty crappy future Gotham with Damian Wayne, now grown up and acting as a more…extreme Batman.
BATMAN INCORPORATED has had some ups and downs but this issue is practically guaranteed to blow us away. Come on, Grant Morrison, we know you can do it!
Here's part of a preview from AICN. Head over there to see the rest.
The only information on the solicit for the second issue is the title, "Swing Low."
The first issue was oversized and really delivered the action and craziness. Nick Spencer and Riley Rossmo are ready to bring on the second issue with a villain that is pretty dang evil, I mentioned he might be more disturbing than the Joker.
Be warned that this isn't a comic you'd read with the whole family. It's a little dark and Rossmo's art really creates a haunting vibe that will pull you right into the story.
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Marvel NOW! Titles
Marvel NOW! is continuing to plot their takeover of your weekly pull lists. If you're like me, you've been waiting for the meeting of the young original X-Men from the past and the current X-Men of today. It happens in ALL-NEW X-Men #2.
THOR: GOD OF THUNDER also is seeing its second issue released already. Word is the second issue is even better than the first.
FF #1 makes its debut with the new creative team of Matt Fraciton and Mike Allred. This is a comic of pure fun and adventure. Actually, there isn't a ton of adventure…yet. It's setting things up but the issue is a blast to read.
You can check out our early reviews HERE.
The crossover you've been waiting for! Before superheroes, there were Masks!
The Shadow, the Green Hornet, Kato, the Spider and more in a story that only Dynamite could tell! This is where things get nuts. All these classic vigilantes will be the only line of defense when a fascist police state is instituted. Other characters like Black Bat, Miss Fury, Black Terror and Green Lama will also join in the fight.
Chris Roberson will be writing this eight issue-miniseries but makes it more crazy is Alex Ross is doing the art.
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