Geeks’ Picks for New Comics: September 17th, 2014

outright-geekery Logo NewNew Comics Wednesday is upon us again, and some of us here at Outright Geekery are running down the top pick on our comic stacks for this week. What are you looking forward to reading this week?


Taylor: Thor: God of Thunder #25

This week is a very special one, as it marks the end of this chapter in Jason Aaron’s awe-inspiring run with the Mighty Thor, God of Thunder. It has been one Hel of a ride so far, and I’m eager to see what comes next with Mjolnir’s new wielder, but this is definitely a bittersweet moment for me to let go of the GoT book. Here’s hoping the next chapter in this epic run will be as thrilling as the first has been, and that this issue closes that first chapter in style.

Thor God of Thunder 25THOR: GOD OF THUNDER #25
JASON AARON (WRITER)
ESAD RIBIC, SIMON BISLEY, RM GUERA (ARTIST)
Cover by ESAD RIBIC
Variant cover by MILO MANARA
Variant cover by SIMON BISLEY
Variant cover by RM GUERA
• Redefining the word “epic,” it’s the god-sized 25th issue of THOR: GOD OF THUNDER featuring an amazing artistic line-up!
• Young Thor vs. Frost Giants!
• The untold origin of Malekith the Accursed!
• King Thor’s granddaughters uncover a startling secret chapter from the history of the Thunder God!
• Thor deals with the shocking fall-out from ORIGINAL SIN!
40 PGS./Rated T+ …$4.99


Adam: Deadly Class #7

Out of all the books coming from Remender right now, Deadly Class is easily my favorite. The wait for this issue has been killing me and I can’t wait to have this in my hands on Wednesday.

Deadly Class #7DEADLY CLASS #7
STORY: RICK REMENDER
ART / COVER: WES CRAIG & LEE LOUGHRIDGE
SEPTEMBER 17 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $3.50
CLASS IS BACK IN SESSION AS RICK REMENDER & WES CRAIG’S HIT SERIES ROLLS INTO ITS SECOND ARC!
Narrowly escaping death in Las Vegas, Marcus and his remaining gang return to Kings Dominion High School for the Deadly Arts. But they’re about to learn a hard lesson: blood begets blood, and no bad deed goes unpunished.


Gaumer: Manifest Destiny #10

Throwing more excitement, adventure, and story into a single issue than pretty much all of the Big 2’s books, Manifest Destiny has been an amazingly well-done supernatural/alternate history comic book, and there’s no end in sight. Will Lewis & Clark and company free themselves, and their boat, from the clutches of a river full of monsters, and the river itself?! I’ll be finding out first thing Wednesday.

Manifest Destiny #10MANIFEST DESTINY #10
STORY: CHRIS DINGESS
ART / COVER: MATTHEW ROBERTS & OWEN GIENI
SEPTEMBER 17 / 32 PAGES / FC / T+ / $2.99
“Nothing cuts through the quiet of night like screams of panic and pain.”
Stranded on the river, Lewis & Clark’s crew discover their place in America’s food chain…where man is no longer its greatest predator…


Jules: Uncanny X-Men #26

Honestly, Brian Michael Bendis has been on fire with his X-Titles for the last couple of years and I have been especially loving this title. Chris Bachalo being one of my favorite artist has been knocking it out of the park in this title. The last issue was just brilliance in-between luscious pages of what Bendis has been bringing to the X-Verse I was overjoyed with the turn of every page and cannot wait to read this one.

Uncanny X-Men #26UNCANNY X-MEN #26
BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (WRITER) • CHRIS BACHALO (ARTIST)
• Scott Summers has swiftly become one of the world’s most wanted men.
• With one simple act, he destroyed the life he knew and must now remain constantly vigilant in case of attack.
• But is the greatest threat to his safety lurking within the dark recesses of his own mind?
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99


Those are our picks, what’s on the top of your stack this Wednesday?

Comix City Too!This post brought to you by Comix City Too! in Madison Tennessee, Outright Geekery’s local comic shop of choice. Check out everything coming out this week in stores here, and be sure to get out to your local comic shop.

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