ACTION COMICS #876
GREEN LANTERN CORPS #35
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #591
CAPTAIN AMERICA #49
MOON KNIGHT #29
UNCANNY X-MEN #508
WOLVERINE NOIR #1
X-MEN LEGACY #223
MAN WITH NO NAME #9
This week is an average sized week as we have thirteen titles headed to the Bunker today. This week offers a more interesting selection of titles than what we got last week. This selection of comic books is certainly Marvel heavy.
Which DC comic book am I most looking forward to reading? I have enjoyed what Tomasi has been doing on Green Lantern Corps. And with the intensity cranking up surrounding Blackest Night, I am sure that Green Lantern Corps #35 is going to be another quality read.
However, the DC comic book that I am most looking forward to reading is REBELS #3. This title has been such a pleasant surprise. Bedard is delivering a fast paced read that offers a good balance of character work and action. And since the Legion of Super Heroes is currently stuck in limbo, REBELS is satisfying my Legion itch.
Which DC comic book am I least looking forward to reading? As usual, that would be Trinity #46. I am glad this title is finally nearing its end. This story would have been much more entertaining if it had only been 12-24 issues long.
Which Marvel comic book am I most looking forward to reading? We are getting some great reads headed our way from the House of Ideas this week. As always, I am looking forward to reading the latest issue of Captain America. I am confident that Brubaker is going to deliver another good read with Captain America #49.
However, the Marvel comic book that I am most looking forward to reading is Brubaker's other comic book: Incognito #3. This title has been such a fascinating read. Brubaker has completely grabbed my attention with this story. If you like complex plotlines, good dialogue and strong character work then definitely give this title a try.
Which Marvel comic book am I least looking forward to reading? That would be Uncanny X-Men #508. I am just not happy that Land is returning as the artist of this title.
Wednesday, April 15, 2009