Hey everyone, another week means its time for new comics. This week has a hero traveling through dreams, an archer broken, the newest buddy cop duo, not quite Spider-Man, and a guy in a skull shirt.
Green Arrow #32
By: Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino
The Outsiders War is finally over, but Oliver can’t rest as the crime lord Richard Dragon has Seattle under siege.
This issue is a perfect jumping on point for new readers as the “Green Arrow: Broken” story arc begins. Lemire and Sorrentino have been making Green Arrow one of the best current DC titles since they took it over in Green Arrow #17.
Moon Knight #4By: Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey
In order to figure out the reason behind why subjects of a sleep test are going insane, Moon Knight travels to a mushroom planet graveyard though his mind. Just when you thought things couldn’t get weirder in this series.
Ellis and Shalvey’s Moon Knight run has been great so far, and since every issue is self contained, every issue is a good jumping on point for new readers.
Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man #2
By: Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez
It seems like Peter’s old “Parker luck” has really rubbed off on Miles. With his dad avoiding him after revealing his identity, and one of Spider-Man‘s biggest villains on the loose, Miles’ world seems to be getting worse and worse. Also the answer to the last’s shocking cliffhanger ending.
Ever since killing off Peter Parker years ago in the Ultimate universe, Bendis has made Spider-Man a surprisingly more refreshing story that shines as one of the best titles on the market.
By: Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson
One of the best pulls from last month gets it’s second issue this week.
Nailbiter is a horror mystery story about a detective who travels to a small town in Oregon that is the home of sixteen of the world’s most violent serial killers to find his best friend who has gone missing.
Officer Nicolas Finch has to team up with convicted serial killer Edward “Nailbiter” Warren in order to find out where his friend is, and why the town has given birth to the most serial killers in the world.
The Punisher #6
By: Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads
The finale to the first arc of The Punisher comes to a close this week.
Frank Castle’s conflict with the Dos Soles cartel has been escalating with each issue but the war between them will finally end and it will be bloody.
If that wasn’t enough, Frank also has to deal with a furious Electro as well as a commando squad that has been getting closer and closer to hunting him down.
Other Titles Out This Week:
Adventure Time The Flip Side #6
Big Trouble In Little China #1
Suicide Risk #14
Dark Horse Comics
Angel And Faith Season 10 #3
Lobster Johnson Get The Lobster #4
Robert E. Howard’s Savage Sword #8
Action Comics #32
Aquaman And The Others #3
Batman ’66 Meets The Green Hornet #1
Batman Eternal #9
Earth 2 #24
Green Lantern #32
Justice League 3000 #7
Looney Tunes #219
New 52 Futures End #5
Swamp Thing #32
Tiny Titans Return To The Treehouse #1
Trinity Of Sin The Phantom Stranger #20
Vampire Diaries #6
G.I. JOE A Real American Hero #203
Judge Dredd Mega-City Two #5
Maxx Maxximized #8
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #34
X-Files Art Gallery #1
68 Rule Of War #3
Burn The Orphanage Reign Of Terror #2
Dream Police #2
Five Ghosts #12
Five Weapons #9
Great Pacific #15
Madame Frankenstein #2
One-Hit Wonder #3
Rise Of The Magi #1
Superannuated Man #1
All-New X-Factor #9
Amazing X-Men #8
Amazing X-Men Annual #1
Avengers World #7
Black Widow #7
Captain America #21
Iron Fist The Living Weapon #3
Iron Man #27
Loki Agent Of Asgard #5
New Warriors #5
Original Sin #3
Painkiller Jane The 22 Brides #1
Superior Foes Of Spider-Man #12
Quantum And Woody #11