Taylor: Planet Hulk #2
Admittedly, this comic has a very dumb premise: Gladiator Captain America teams up with the Hulk and a T-Rex to fight a continent of OTHER Hulks. But I’ll be damned if that isn’t the most fun kind of dumb premise. I was surprised by how much I liked last month’s debut issue, so I’ll be indulging this guilty pleasure again on Wednesday.
• WILD HULKS in the jungle! GIANT HULKS in lakes of fire!
• But is the journey the most perilous part of this hellish mission or is it one of the travelers?
David: Wayward #9
I really want to see a Monster Mashers reunion. With things building up for another supernatural rumble in Tokyo, it needs to happen soon. But man, Tokyo never seems to catch a break. I hope that the gang gets back together before whatever Ayane and the spiders have planned goes off. Seriously Ayane, spiders! Why did it have to be spiders?
Wayward #9 Publisher: IMAGE COMICS
Writer: Jim Zub Artist/Cover: Steven Cummings
IMAGE’S SUPERNATURAL SENSATION CONTINUES! Tokyo is a battleground and blood will be spilled. Item Code: APR150686 In Shops: 6/24/2015 SRP: $3.50
Gaumer: X-Men ’92 #1
Of all the comic book and comic book related minutia that came out of the 1990s – hologram and other variant covers, speculation, and the near collapse of the entire industry – the X-Men Animated Series remains a shining beacon of awesome in an era full of a lot of pretty terrible things. Of course, no one can be quite sure what this move to paper, or the Secret Wars spin, will do these these amazing iterations of X-Characters, but I for one simply cannot wait to find out.
• When Baron Kelly charges the Clear Mountain Project and it’s mysterious new director with “mutant rehabilitation,” it’s up to the X-Men to investigate!
• PLUS: Free Range Sentiels?!?
Adam: We are Robin #1
I’m not gonna lie, the only real reason I want this book is because of its awesome cover. Sure, the concept of a street gang in Gotham based of Robin is interesting, but that cover is so damn pretty.