Nothing beats coming home from a hard day at the office and unwinding with a tall, ice cold comic book. What looks refreshing this week?
Batman vs Two-Face TP -- One of the main benefits of having your favorite villian appear on the big screen is the inevitable tie-in merch.
Tiny Titans #4 -- I don't know if anything can top the Jericho bit from last issue, but we shall see.
Captain Britian and MI13 -- Time to see how Cornell handles this new Excalibur. Except it's not Excalibur. Sorta. Also, I hope there is not too much "Secret Invasion" nonsense.
The All-New Iron Manual -- It's like OHOTMU, only for techies and engineers. Who happen to be Iron Fans.
Guardians Of The Galaxy #1 -- Rocket Racoon!
Iron Man: Legacy of Doom #2 -- I think this is about as close to a "no brainer" as you can get for me.
The Phantom #23 -- Continuing Moonstone's biggest story ever for The-Ghost-Who-Walks.
Project Superpowers #3 -- After the debacle of the FCBD Special, I just hope this makes more sense.
And, since I obviously didn't get to go to the shop last week, here's a retro-themed look at what looks good from last week.
House of Mystery #1 -- Could this signal the return of other DC Weird books? One can only hope.
Tor #1 -- I don't know why this caveman saga keeps drawing my interest. Maybe because it was a DC Explosion book at one point?
The War That Time Forgot #1 -- War Heroes! Versus! Dinosaurs!
Invincible Iron Man #1 -- Still a little shaky on a Shellhead comic that the "mainstream comic press" likes so much, but we'll see soon enough.
Iron Man: Viva Las Vegas #1 -- There was a pretty cool Shellhead story set in Vegas in the last days of volume 3. I imagine this one will sell better.
Nova #13 -- I'm still riding on the post-"Annihilation Conquest" wave, so I guess now is the time to re-check out this very cool series.
Wow. Just wow. That's way, way too much stuff! Yikes!