So much good stuff this week, it’s hard to even contain it. But we do. Everyone comes out swinging this week on Retailer Privilege Comic Review.
So many new series are starting this week. Scary ponies, zombies and Elvis impersonators, Scarlet and Hit-Girl reappear after a long hiatus and Misty Knight has a gauntlet named Satan. Seriously, watch this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review.
More Court of Owls fun with Talon #1, Bravest Warriors could be the next Adventure Time (it’s written by the same guy) and a shout out to the makers of Li’l Depressed Boy and more on this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review.
Comics have a long history of finding successful writers from other mediums, but for every Gerald Way, Kevin Smith, or Brad Meltzer there is a Chad Michael Murray waiting. PoP! reviews the self-published comic Cyclical, created by one of the newest celebrities turned comics creator – Shia LaBeouf.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one… four guys walk into a bar looking for a naked burn victim, only to get their asses blown up by Cupid. Doesn’t sound familiar? Then you haven’t been keeping up with Mythoi. The good news? Now’s your chance to catch up with Mythoi Book II
The chain of events set forth across the globe in “The Hit List Agenda” begin to unfold with fatal results, as Duncan Villone’s corporate enterprise makes its play to rule the entire world’s network of business commerce—and power.
Following the shocking conclusion of issue #2, Orchid finds herself with no allies left in her deadly mission. However, the arrival of Iris further complicates matters, as “The Hit List Agenda” finally takes its toll on her and her future…
A new billionaire entrepreneur will come to light—a man with a quest for power so far-reaching, it may prove to unravel the very fabric of the world’s makeup altogether! Meanwhile, what is Iris’ play in this deadly game of world domination?
Executive Assistant Violet has mommy issues—namely, her mother is an Executive Assistant as well! And the events of “The Hit List Agenda” force Violet to prove her worth in protecting her employer’s life from the merciless forces that want them both dead!
This Wednesday, Aspen Comics is releasing three books: Executive Assistant: Lotus #2, Fathom: Blue Descent #3, and Mindfield #6. Which books should you pull this week? What series should you follow, and which should you skip? Find out here!
Aspen’s first ever Summer-spanning event, “The Hit List Agenda” continues with Executive Assistant: Orchid. The second issue has as much blood and guts as the first, as well as a sudden twist that changes the entire mini-series.
This Wednesday, Aspen Comics is releasing three books: Executive Assistant: Violet #1, Fathom #1, and Soulfire #2. Which books should you pull this week? What series should you follow, and which should you skip? Find out here!
The Executive Assistant redeems itself with another new mini-series. With a focus on the soul-wrenching guilt that comes with being a professional assassin, EA: Lotus is light on violence, but heavy in emotional content.
Finally, we have a review of Aspen Comics’ most highly anticipated book this summer: Lady Mechanika #2. The wait was worth it. Joe Benitez has delivered one of the best stories in current comics. If it’s not already in your pull list: GET IT.