This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.
Postal #2: If creepy is your schtick, then Postal is your book. Mark has Aspergers. He lives in Eden, Wyoming with his mother, who is also the mayor. It’s a seedy town, full of second-chancers. However, when someone is murdered in the garden of Eden (kidding, it was actually in the middle of the street), the town is less than thrilled. I, however, wet myself in anxiety.
Howard the Duck #1: Judging by the cult explosion at the after-credit scene in Guardians of the Galaxy, I think people were more excited at his cameo than the movie. Written by Chip Zdarsky, this books is gonna be funnier than any book about an anthropomorphic duck you thought would be. I’m glad Howard can finally poke his head in pride after hiding in shame for the last nearly 30 years.
Batman: Arkham Knight #1: With the final game looming overhead, this prequel series should fill in the gaps of what Gotham is like with a dead Joker. Arkham City has been closed down and Batman is physically wearing down. Usually video-game prequel books are crap quality, but the past Arkham books present a unique perspective.