Taylor: Wonder Woman #35
Ever since DC’S relaunch, this book has been telling a slow, deliberate story with tons of build up. It has been slow at times, but read as a whole, it’s been quite the expansive tale and it’s all led up to this moment. With the final battle with the First Born upon us, we’ve reached a climax years in the making, and I’m curious to see how it ends.
WONDER WOMAN #35
Written by BRIAN AZZARELLO
Art and cover by CLIFF CHIANG
MONSTERS Variant cover by AARON LOPRESTI
On sale OCTOBER 15 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for more information.
It’s the grand finale of the historic WONDER WOMAN epic by writer Brian Azzarello and artist Cliff Chiang! Saying more would spoil all the surprises – and there will be plenty!
David: Critical Hit #2
Last month, I picked up issue #1 of Critical Hit after Gaumer recommended it. Now, I’m going to have to pick up a Liberators trade sometime soon. The girls are in deep after their attempt to scare of a group of hunters takes a turn for the worst. What is going to happen to Sarah and Jeanette? Will they escape their captors? Is that banjos playing off in the distant? Can’t wait to get my hands on issue #2 and find out.
CRITICAL HIT #2
Written by Matt Miner
Art by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, Doug Garbark
Published by Black Mask Studios
Release Date: October 29, 2014
Jeanette and Sarah find themselves in a terrifying and brutally violent situation when they’re taken captive by a rogue gang of killers whom the girls mistook for mere sport hunters. Matt Miner pushes his young vigilantes deeper into the heart of darkness and raises the stakes as one of the girls fights for her life.
Gaumer: Rasputin #1
While it’s hit or miss for any issue #1, Image has been hitting most of them out fo the park. So, with the releases of yet another brand new title, Rasputin, from the publisher, you can bet I’m getting on the bandwagon before it even starts rolling. I’m hoping for a solid story, but Rossmo’s artwork alone is worth the price of admission.
story: ALEX GRECIAN
art: RILEY ROSSMO & IVAN PLASCENCIA
cover A: RILEY ROSSMO
cover B: RYAN STEGMAN
OCTOBER 29 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $3.50
DRACULA AT DOWNTON ABBEY!
In one night Rasputin was poisoned, beaten, stabbed, shot in the head, drowned, then tied up and thrown in a frozen river. It was really bad timing. His beard was just coming in nicely.
New York Times bestselling author ALEX GRECIAN and fan favorite artist RILEY ROSSMO reunite for the first time since their critically acclaimed series PROOF!
Jules: Saga #24
Month after month Saga has been top of my list as far as what’s been coming out of Image. Most Image book lately have been coming out of the gates hot and seem to simmer down as their creators get sweet big time jobs. Thankfully Brian K. Vaughn has been there done that and has been pouring pure gold into this title. Fiona Staples has brought a wonderful illustrious world before my eyes each issue and I just marvel the amazing story these two have create. Its taken a ton of twists and turns. The last issue blew my mind and I can’t wait to see what’s next for this dysfunctional family.
Adam: Deathlok #1
Out of all the Avengers Now titles, Deathlok is the biggest toss up for me. Edmondson’s recent work on Punisher and Black Widow has been surprisingly great, though, so I’m excited to check this title out.
NATHAN EDMONDSON (WRITER) • MIKE PERKINS (ARTIST)
VARIANT Cover by CLAYTON R. CRAIN
VARIANT Cover by SKOTT YOUNG
HASBRO VARAINT COVER BY TBA
DESIGN VARIANT COVER BY TBA
BLANK COVER ALSO AVAILABLE
“Enemy of My Enemy”
• After Michael Collins, there was Henry Hayes
• A medic who travels to war zones to heal the wounded, he has no idea that when he’s in the field, he’s activated by a mysterious group and becomes the ultimate weapon of assassination and war: DEATHLOK
• From the writer of BLACK WIDOW and THE PUNISHER comes a new take on the iconic cyborg character making waves on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
Those are our picks, what’s on the top of your stack this Wednesday?