Happy October! Let’s kick it off with Bettie Page Halloween Special, Bettie investigates a Annandale College Murders (and listens to Steely Dan, presumably?
Bloodshot is back at Valiant with a new #1 written by Tim Seeley and drawn by DC powerhouse Brett Booth!
In J.J. We Trust? Let’s see how he and his son Henry Abrams handle Spider-Man #1, drawn by the incredible Miles Morales co-creator Sara Pichelli!
The League says, Make Mine Marvel this week! Starting off a new arc is Daredevil #11 with special guest the menace that is Spider-MAN!
Image Comics, Todd McFarlane and Spawn hit a milestone with Spawn #300 with special art from Todd, Greg Capullo and so many more special guests! Be sure to grab your favorite variant off of the shelf!
Not to be outshined by the Distinguished Competition, Marvel Comics hits #1000 this week with an anthology book to celebrate the work of Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and so many more with various writers and artists contributing.
Matt Murdock faces the consequences of his actions in the latest Daredevil #10, concluding the gripping ‘No Devils, Only God’ story arc.
Star Trek: Year 5 returns to the world of Sigma Iotia II full of gangsters! Check out issue #4 today!
Donny Cates takes on the return of Carnage in Absolute Carnage #1.
While falling asleep in art history class was a subject I excelled in, I do remember talking about “the ‘fungibility of text’. Meaning, mutually interchangeable.
Hickman continues his mutant reboot this week with Powers of X #1!
After last week’s Aquaman #50 and Batman #75 (among others!), Year of The Villain is on full swing with another landmark anniversary issue with Wonder Woman #75.
Hot off of the heels of Jane Foster picking up the hammer in the MCU, this week debuts Valkyrie Jane Foster #1 from Jason Aaron.
Fresh from the pages of War of Realms, don’t miss Loki #1 as the merchant of mischief is at it again!
Because exactly no one asked for it, here is Wolverine Vs. Blade Special #1 from Marc Guggenheim!
While we won’t be seeing the Rucka Batman we all are wanting, we’ll certainly take a Greg Rucka look at Lois Lane for a limited series. Don’t miss out on the pink in Lois Lane #1!