This Week’s Comics – September 2nd, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Plutona #1: A new Jeff Lemire book? Yes, that’s all you need to know.

Miracleman by Gaiman and Buckingham #1: This character has had a good resurgence as of late, but getting Sandman creator Neil Gaiman back in the game is worth the price of admission alone here.

Deadpool vs. Thanos #1: Deadpool has versused everybody in the Marvel U, but can he stand up to Thanos? Probably not, but I bet he can annoy the shit out of him.


Graphic Novels:

Adventure Time Eye Candy Mathematical Edition Volume 2 (BOOM)
All-New X-Men Volume 2 (Marvel)
Groo: Friends and Foes Volume 1 (Dark Horse)
Flash Volume Five: History Lessons (DC)
Mad Max Fury Road (DC)
Nailbiter Volume 3: Blood in the Water (Image)
Skylanders: Rift Into Overdrive (IDW)
Wonder Woman Volume 7: War-Torn (DC)

Comic Books:

BOOM! Studios
Cluster #7
Regular Show #27
Toil and Trouble #1

Dark Horse Comics
Adam.3 #2
Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egypt #4 (final issue)
Angel and Faith: Season 10 #18
Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King #5 (final issue)
Barb Wire #3
This Damned Band #2

DC Comics
Batman Beyond #4
Bat-Mite #4
DC Comics Bombshells #2
Detective Comics #44
Green Arrow #44
Green Lantern #44
Lobo #10
Midnighter #4
Mortal Kombat X #10
Omega Men #4

Dynamite Entertainment:
Aliens Vampirella #1
Bob’s Burgers #3
Justice Inc The Avenger #4
Masks 2 #6
Uncanny Season 2 #6 (final issue)

IDW:
Danger Girl: Renegade #1
Jem and the Holograms #6
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #44

Image Comics:
8House #3
Casanova Arcadia #4
Dark Corridor #2
Empty #6
Jupiter’s Circle #6
Lazarus #19
Material #4
Minimum Wage: So Many Bad Decisions #6
Plutona #1
Poseidon IX #1
Tales of Honor: Bred to Kill #2
We Stand on Guard #3

Marvel:
Age of Apocalypse #3
Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies #4
Daredevil #18
Deadpool vs. Thanos
#1
Figment 2 #1
Future Imperfect #5
Groot #4
Hail Hydra #2
House of M #2
Miracleman By Gaiman and Buckingham #1
Silk #7
Spider-Island #3
Squadron Sinister #3
Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde #3
Thors #3

This Week’s Comics – August 26th, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Drive #1: It looks like IDW’s licensing isn’t limited to just 80’s cartoons. Ryan Gosling’s 2011 pulp film is also getting a comic book adaptation. I’m not sure how well this will translate, but I’m interested enough to give it a try.

Prez #3: I’m not sure why nobody else is reading this. The political commentary is spot-on, to the point where I’m not sure writer Joe Simon shouldn’t run for office. By the way, the writer of Prez is THE Joe Simon – the creator of Captain America.

Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #4: This mini-series has been fun, and I’m a little sad to see it end. However, the overall significance of this ending is much greater. It means that this super-saturated bullshit Secret Wars saga is almost over. I’m ready for something “All-New All-Different” because I don’t know how many more sub-par retcons of retcons I can take.


Graphic Novels:

Invisible Republic Volume 1 (Image)
Iron First Volume 2: Redemption (Marvel)
Joe Frankenstein (IDW)
Return of the Living Deadpool (Marvel)
RunKillLove Volume 1 (Image)
Scalped: Volume 2 Deluxe Edition (DC/Vertigo)
Sherlock Holmes vs. Harry Houdini (Dynamite)
Tithe Volume 1 (Image)
Uncanny Avengers Volume 1: Counter-Evolutionary (Marvel)
Wayward Volume 2 (Image)

Comic Books:

Action Lab Comics
Princeless: Be Yourself #3

BOOM! Studios
Adventure Time #43
Big Trouble in Little China #15
Hacktivist: Volume 2 #2
Lumberjanes #17
Munchkin #8
Over the Garden Wall #1
Sons of Anarchy #24

Dark Horse Comics
Fight Club 2 #4
Halo: Escalation #21
Hellboy in Hell #7
Mulan Revelations #3
New MGMT #1
PastAways #6
Tomorrows #2
Zodiac Starforce #1

DC Comics
Aquaman #43
Batgirl #43
Batman: Arkham Knight Genesis #1
Cyborg #2
Deathstroke #9
Flash #43
Gotham by Midnight #8
Grayson #11
Harley Quinn #19
Justice League 3001 #3
Justice League: Gods and Monsters #3 (final issue)
Justice League of America #3
Prez #3
Sinestro #14
Superman #43
Teen Titans #11
We Are Robin #3

Dynamite Entertainment:
John Carter: Warlord of Mars #10
Swords of Sorrow: Red Sonja/Jungle Girl #2

IDW:
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency #3
Drive #1
Ghostbusters Get Real #3
Godzilla in Hell #2
Maxx Maxximized #22
Mickey Mouse #3
Ragnarok #6
Sherlock Holmes: The Seven-Per-Cent Solution #1
Skylanders #12
TMNT: Casey and April #3
Transformers: Robots in Disguise – Animated #2
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #722

Image Comics:
Covenant #3
East of West #20
Low #9
Rasputin #8
Roche Limit: Clandestiny #4
Rumble #6
Sons of the Devil #4
Spread #9
They’re Not Like Us #7
Valhalla Mad #4

Marvel:
Ant-Man: Last Days #1
Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #3
Civil War #3
Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #4 (final issue)
E is for Extinction #3
Hank Johnson: Agent of Hydra #1
M.O.D.O.K. Assassin #4
Magneto #21
Marvel Zombies #3
Old Man Logan #4
S.H.I.E.L.D. #9
Star Wars Lando #3
Where Monsters Dwell #4
X-Men ’92 #3

This Week’s Comics – August 12th, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

DC Comics Bombshells #1: DC Collectibles’ signature line of statues makes its debut as an digital-first weekly series. The story looks to fit the vintage art style. I’m sure it will be a bit more “cutesy” than anything else, so don’t pick it up with the intention of reading something revolutionary.

X-Files: Season 11 #1: The X-Files comic book returns after a couple month hiatus. Our writer Jacob really loves this series and cites it as being a solid continuation to the TV show. This season starts with Mulder being a fugitive on the run.

The Walking Dead #145: In the last issue of TWD, things got really real. The leader of the Whisperers, Alpha, has just crossed the line with Rick Grimes, and judging by the cover, I’d say Rick is not going to take this lying down. Good. Rick has turned into quite the tranquil character since the time jump. Negan’s gotta play into this, somehow.


Graphic Novels:

Black Science Volume 3: Vanishing Point (Image)
Chew Volume 10: Blood Puddin (Image)
Daredevil: Typhoid’s Kiss
(Marvel)
G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes – Agent of Cobra (IDW)
Green Arrow: Archer’s Quest
 (DC)
Lobo: Volume 1 – Targets (DC)
Satellite Sam Volume 3: Limestone Caves of Fire (Image)
Star Wars: Episode V – Empire Strikes Back (Marvel)
Transformers Combiner Wars (IDW)

Comic Books:

Action Lab Comics
Archon #1
F1rst Hero Fight For Your Life #1
Hero Cats #7

Avatar Press
Crossed Badlands #83
Crossed Plus 100 #7
Mercury Heat #2
Providence #3
Uber #27

BOOM! Studios
Americatown #1
Arcadia #4
Bill and Ted’s Most Triumphant Return #6 (final issue)
Bravest Warriors #35
Clarence #3
Sleepy Hollow Providence #1

Dark Horse Comics
Abe Sapien #25
Adam.3 #1
Eltingville Club #2 (final issue)
Harrow County #4
King Tiger #1
Rebels #5

DC Comics
Action Comics #43
All-Star Section 8 #3
Batman #43
Batman/Superman #23
Catwoman #43
Constantine: The Hellblazer #3
DC Comics Bombshells #1
Earth 2 Society #3
Gotham Academy #9
Green Arrow #43
Justice League: Gods and Monsters #1w
Justice League United #12
Mortal Kombat X #9
New Suicide Squad #11
Red Hood/Arsenal #3
Starfire #3

Dynamite Entertainment:
Justice Inc: The Avenger #3
King Mandrake The Magician #3
Masks 2 #5
Swords of Sorrow #4
Uncanny Season 2 #2
Vampirella/Army of Darkness #2

IDW:
BOY-1 #1
Empire Uprising #4
Garbage Pail Kids Go to Hollywood #1
Orphan Black #5
Popeye Classics #37
Shrinking Man #2
Star Trek/Green Lantern #2
Sting Divers #1
Uncle Scrooge #5
X-Files Season 11 #1

Image Comics:
Apollo IX #1
Artemis IX #1
Beauty #1
Descender #6
Dream Police #7
Fade Out #8
Fuse #13
Injection #4
Mice Templar V: Night’s End #4
ODY-C #6
Phonogram The Material Girl #1
Reyn #7
Savior #5
Shutter #14
Skullkickers #100
Starve #3
Velvet #11
The Walking Dead #145

Marvel:
A-Force #3
Amazing Spider-Man #20.1
Ghost Racers #3
Howard the Duck #5
Inhumans: Attilan Rising #4
Korvac Saga #3
Master of Kung Fu #4 (final issue)
Mrs. Deadpool and the Howling Commandos #3
Planet Hulk #4
Secret Wars #5
Secret Wars 2099 #4
Secret Wars: Battleworld #4 (final issue)
Star Wars: Lando #2
Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde #2
Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #8
Years of Future Past #4

This Week’s Comics – August 5th, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Dark Corridor #1: A town ruled by the mob starts seeing its leaders murdered one by one, hunted down by unknown female assassins. At first glance, it sounds like Sin City‘s Old Town. All creative duties are being handled by Rich Tommaso (8-1/2 Ghosts), and it’s toted as being Goodfellas with a Tarantino twist.

Red Sonja/Conan #1: This team-up incites some real 80’s nostalgia! The Barbarian and She-Devil are together again for the first time since …Conan/Red Sonja earlier this year. I’m usually weary of Dynamite’s franchised books, but the art looks well-done and this is a crossover that actually makes sense.

Giant-Sized Little Marvel: AvX #3: This cute as hell story has been tugging at my heartstrings for months. It can come across a bit formulaic at times, but there is so much cute packed into each issue that I don’t care. There are clever self-aware comments, gigantic detailed fight scenes and, above all, adorably-rendered versions of your favorite Marvel characters.


Graphic Novels:

Angela: Asgard’s Assassin Volume 1: Priceless (Marvel)
Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse
 (DC)
Powerpuff Girls Super Smash-Up (IDW)
Superman Volume 5: Under Fire (DC)
Teen Titans Volume 1: Blinded By the Light (DC)
Venom by Remender Complete Collection Volume 2 (Marvel)

Comic Books:

Avatar Press
God is Dead #40
War Stories #11

BOOM! Studios
Big Trouble in Little China #14
Cluster #6
John Flood #1
Regular Show #26
Spire #2
UFOlogy #4

Dark Horse Comics
Angel and Faith Season 10 #17
Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King #4
Barb Wire #2
Creepy Comics #21
Neverboy #6 (final issue)
The Damned Band #1
Witcher Fox Children #5 (final issue)

DC Comics
American Vampire: Second Cycle #9
Batman Beyond #3
Bat-Mite #3
Detective Comics #43
Flash Season Zero #11
Green Lantern #43
Injustice Gods Among Us Season 4 #7
Justice League: Gods and Monsters – Wonder Woman #1
Lobo #9
Mad Max Fury Road: Max #2
Midnighter #3
Omega Men #3

Dynamite Entertainment:
Bob’s Burgers #2
Looking for Group #5
Pathfinder Origins #6 (final issue)
Project Superpowers Blackcross #5
Red Sonja/Conan #1
Will Eisner’s The Spirit #2

IDW:
Drones #5 (final issue)
Fly Outbreak #5 (final issue)
Insufferable #4
Long Distance #3
My Little Pony: Friends Forever #19
Star Trek #48
Transformers #44
Zombies vs. Robots #8

Image Comics:
8House #2
Airboy #3
Dark Corridor #1
Deadly Class #15
Humans #7
Jupiter’s Circle #5
Kaptara #4
Minimum Wage: So Many Bad Decisions #4
Morning Glories #47
Nailbiter #15
Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta #11
Savage Dragon #205
Sex #25
We Stand On Guard #2
The Wicked + The Divine #13

Marvel:
Age of Apocalypse #2
Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #3 (final issue)
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad #5 (final issue)
Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #10
Civil War #2
Darth Vader #8
Future Imperfect #4
Giant-Sized Little Marvel: AvX #3
Groot #3
Guardians of Knowhere #2
Guardians Team-Up #9
Infinity Gauntlet #3
Ms. Marvel #17
Red Skull #2
Siege #2
Spider-Island #2
Ultimate End #4

This Week’s Comics – July 22nd, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Cyborg #1: Since the New52 relaunch, Cyborg has been, for lack of a better word, upgraded. He’s a member of the Justice League now, joining the big kids table. Now, he’s graduated to a new suit, that looks somewhere between his original Teen Titan suit and Frieza from Dragon Ball Z. The story follows his journey through android puberty, where he’s going through changes his body can’t understand. Oh, teenagers.

Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde #1: Let the awkward relationship begin! Peter Quill and Kitty are starting their very own Battleworld adventures together. Their displacement into the new world seems to be far from the space adventures Star-Lord and the X-Men led in the Black Vortex storyline, which I think makes the book more interesting. Let’s see these two lovebirds in action together!

Wolf #1: We’ve all read werewolf books before, so what sets Wolf apart? The six-part miniseries by Cullen Bunn (who also wrote Vertigo’s Wolf Moon – not a promising start…) is pencilled by Jeremy Haun (Berserker) and colored by Deadly Class‘ Lee Loughridge. Okay, so the real selling point here is Loughridge. However, if Bunn can learn from what made Wolf Moon ending up sucking, then Wolf can be a fun series.


Graphic Novels:

Arkham Manor (DC)
Adventures of Dr. McNinja Volume 3 – King Radical
(IDW)
Batwoman Volume 6: The Unknowns
 (DC)
Daredevil Volume 3: Daredevil You Know
 (Marvel)
Fables Volume 22
(Vertigo)
Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues
(IDW)
Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest HC
(Vertigo)
Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3: Guardians Disassembled
(Marvel)
Hulk Volume 3: Omega Hulk Book 2 
(Marvel)
Motorcycle Samurai Volume 1
(IDW)
October Faction: Volume 1 (IDW)
Spider-Man and the X-Men (Marvel)
Trinity of Sin Volume 1: The Wages of Sin (DC)

Comic Books:

Archie Comics
Archie vs. Sharknado #1
Sonic Universe #78

Avatar Press
God is Dead #39

BOOM! Studios
Adventure Time #42
Power Up #1
Sons of Anarchy #23

Dark Horse Comics
Archie vs. Predator #4 (final issue)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 10 #17
Fight Club 2 #3
Frankenstein Underground #5 (final)
Mind MGMT #35

DC Comics
Aquaman #42
Cyborg #1
Deathstroke #8
Flash #42
Gotham By Midnight #7
Grayson #10
Harley Quinn & Power Girl #2
Injustice: Gods Among Us- Year Four #6
Justice League 3001 #2
Justice League: Gods and Monsters – Batman #1 (one-shot)
Prez #2
Sinestro #13
Teen Titans #10
We Are Robin #2
Wonder Woman #42

Dynamite Entertainment:
John Carter: Warlord of Mars #9
Swords of Sorrow: Red Sonja/Jungle Girl #1

IDW:
Edward Scissorhands #10
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #216
Infinite Loop #4
Insufferable #3
Mickey Mouse #2
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #32
Star Trek #47
TMNT: Casey and April #2
Transformers #43
Transformers: Robots in Disguised Animated #1
Uncle Scrooge #4
Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #721
Winterworld: Frozen Fleet #3 (final issue)

Image Comics:
’68: Last Rights #1
Birthright #9
C.O.W.L. #11
Egos #8
Five Ghosts #17
IXth Generation #4
RunLoveKill #4
Sidekick #11
Sons of the Devil #3
Stray Bullets: Sunshine and Roses #6
Valhalla Mad #3
Wolf #1

Marvel:
E is for Extinction #2
Future Imperfect #3
Kanan #4
Loki: Agent of Asgard #16
Magneto #20
Marvel Zombies #2
Old Man Logan #3
Punisher #20
Spider-Woman #9
Star-Lord & Kitty Pryde #1
Uncanny X-Men #35
Weirdworld #2

This Week’s Comics – July 15th, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Dr. Fate #2: This book was amazing. There’s great art and a solid story – not to mention lots of Egyptian mythology. I’m ready for this second issue!

Godzilla in Hell #1: Pretty much, why the hell not?

Hawkeye #22: This is the Kumbaya, the swan song, the grand finale to Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye run. It’s been an amazing run, and the last issue leads to an epic showdown between Hawkeyes and the Bros. It’s on, motherf*cker!

Siege #1: I would normally skip out on this title, but since Kieron Gillen’s name is attached to it, I will bite. The premise I got from this is that The Shield is where all the nasty things go (Zombies, Murderbots, etc) to try to break in to normal society. I got my fingers crossed for pure carnage.


Graphic Novels:

All-New X-Men Volume 7: The Utopians (Marvel)
New52 Futures End Volume 2 
(DC)
New Suicide Squad Volume 1: Pure Insanity (DC)
Predator: Fire and Stone (Dark Horse)
Spider-Man 2099 Volume 2: Spider-Verse 
(Marvel)
Supergirl Volume 6: Crucible (DC)
Thor: God of Thunder Volume 4: The Last Days of Midgard 
(Marvel)
Wolverines Volume 3: The Living and the Dead
(Marvel)

Comic Books:

Archie Comics
Mega Man #51
Sonic Worlds Unite Battles #1

Avatar Press
Crossed Badlands is Dead #80
Crossed Plus 100 #6
Mercury Heat #1

BOOM! Studios
Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake Card Wars #1
Big Trouble in Little China #13
Fiction #2
Lumberjanes #16
Oh Killstrike #3

Dark Horse Comics
BPRD. Hell on Earth #133`
Dark Horse Presents #12
Death Head #1
Groo Friends and Foes #7
Plants vs. Zombies #2
Shaper #5 (final issue)
Strain: The Night Eternal #11
Usagi Yojimbo #147

DC Comics
Astro City #25
Black Canary #2
Doomed #2
Dr. Fate #2
Green Lantern: The Lost Army #2
Harley Quinn #18
Justice League #42
Martian Manhunter #2
Robin: Son of Batman #2
Secret Six #4
Superman/Wonder Woman #19

Dynamite Entertainment:
Dawn Vampirella #4
King Prince Valiant #3
Lady Rawhide/Lady Zorro #4
Reanimator #4 (final issue)
Red Sonja #1973
Swords of Sorrow Vampirella Jennifer Blood $3

IDW:
Godzilla in Hell #1

Image Comics:
Astronauts in Trouble #2
Drifter #6
Empty #5
Empty Zone #2
Invincible #121
Island #1
Mantle #3
Postal #5
Revival #31
Reyn #6
Roche Limit: Clandestiny #3
Secret Identities #6
Skullkickers #33
Trees #11

Marvel:
Ant-Man Annual #1
Armor Wars #3
Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders #1
Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #2
Guardians of Knowhere #1
Hail Hydra #1
Hawkeye #22
Inhumans: Attilan Rising #3
Korvac Saga #2
Moon Knight #17
Planet Hulk #3
Secret Wars Battleworld #3
Siege #1
Silver Surfer #13
Where Monsters Dwell #3
Years of Future Past #3

Valiant Entertainment:
Book of Death #1

This Week’s Comics – July 8th, 2015

This Week’s Comics is the pull list of Comic Books recommended by Hush Comics, with notes and suggestions by co-owner, Sherif Elkhatib.

Recommendations:

Archie #1: Disclaimer here: I’ve never read an Archie book. There’s a reason the series has lasted over 75 years, right? This reboot is big news, and not just because it’s a chance to start anew with one of the oldest (and still most relevant) characters not donning a cape. The creative team taking over for the new series is writer Mark Waid (Daredevil) and artist Fiona Staples (Saga). If that doesn’t excite you, then you may be a lost cause.

Invader Zim #1: Holy 90’s nostalgia factor, you guys! The Doom Song plays on repeat in my head as I do a little Gir gig around the house. Dib has forgone all hygiene to track Zim back down, and his sacrifice has been duly noted. Unlike all the other 90’s cartoons, which have flooded IDW’s catalog in the past couple years, Zim has found a home with ONI Press.

Star Trek/Green Lantern #1: So many months have passed from when this series was first announced that I forgot it was even coming out this soon. Crossovers, especially IDW crossovers, can be exceptionally crappy. However, if there are any two franchises that can blend together and pull it off, it’s these two intergalactic franchises. I’m especially curious to see how Captain Kirk and Hal Jordan get along since they are built off the same archetype (it looks like we’re getting movie reboot Star Trek).

1872 #1: If you loved the original 1602 like me, then you’re gonna lovin the most rootinest, tootinest time displacement storyline from Marvel – 1872. Sheriff Steve Rogers and Anthony Stark (drunkard Anthony Stark) rule over the town of Timely. This could very well suck, but it won’t matter. If we get some good art and Wild West style actions, it will be worth it.


Graphic Novels:

Batman: Arkham Knight Volume 1 (DC)
Batman Eternal Volume 2
(DC)
Batman: The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga Volume 2 
(DC)
East of West: The Apocalypse – Year One (Image)
Ghostbusters: Mass Hysteria (IDW)
Godzilla: The Half-Century War (IDW)
High Crimes
(Dark Horse)
Justice League Volume 6: Injustice League (DC)
Shadow Show Stories: In Celebration of Ray Bradbury (IDW)
Sinestro Volume 2: Sacrifice (DC)
Skylanders: Return of the Dragon King (IDW)
Storm Volume 2: Bring the Thunder (Marvel)
They’re Not Like Us Volume 1: Black Holes for the Young (Image)
Thor Volume 2: Who Holds the Hammer (Marvel)
Will Eisner’s The Spirit: A Celebration of 75 Years (DC)
X-Files Classics: Season One Volume 2 (IDW)
X-Files: Trust No One (IDW)

Comic Books:

Action Lab Entertainment
Princeless: Raven The Pirate Princess #1

Archie Comics
Archie #1
Fox #4
Sonic the Hedgehod #274

Avatar Press
God is Dead #38
Providence #2

BOOM! Studios
Bill and Ted’s Triumphant Return #5
Bravest Warriors #34
Clarence #2
George Perez’s Sirens #4
Lantern City #3
Strange Fruit #1

Dark Horse Comics
Abe Sapien #24
Eerie Comics #7
Harrow County #3
Negative Space #1
Rebels #4
Tomorrows #1

DC Comics
All-Star Section 8 #2
Arrow Season 2.5 #10
Batman #42
Batman/Superman #22
Catwoman #42
Coffin Hill #20
Constantine: The Hellblazer #2
Earth 2 Society #2
Gotham Academy #8
Justice League of America #2
Justice League United #10
Mad Max: Fury Road – Mad Max #1
New Suicide Squad #10
Red Hood/Arsenal #2
Starfire #2

Dynamite Entertainment:
Swords of Sorrow #3
Vampirella/Army of Darkness #1

IDW:
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency #2
Drones #4
Godzilla: Rulers of Earth #25
Long Distance #2
Maxx Maxximized #21
Popeye Classics #36
Star Trek/Green Lantern #1

Image Comics:
Big Man Plans #4 (final issue)
Black Science #16
Bloodstrike #1
Covenant #2
Descender #5
Injection #3
IXth Generation #1
Oddly Normal #8
Pisces #3
Saga #30
Savior #4
Shutter #13
Starve #2
The Walking Dead #144
Witchblade #183

Marvel:
1872 #1
Age of Apocalypse #1
Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #2
Civil War #1
Ghost Racers #2
Inferno #3
Master of Kung-Fu #3
Mrs. Deadpool and the Howling Commandos #2
Runaways #2
Secret Wars 2099 #3
Spider-Island #1
Spider-Verse #3
Squadron Sinister #2
Star Wars Lando #1

ONI Press:
Invader Zim #1