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AFTERSCHOOL CHARISMA TP VOL 04
BLACK BUTLER TP VOL 07
BLACK GOD TP VOL 14
GON GN KODANSHA ED VOL 02
HIGURASHI WHEN THEY CRY GN VOL 15 ATONEMENT ARC PT 1
ORCS GN VOL 01 FORGED FOR WAR
PANDORA HEARTS GN VOL 07
SOUL EATER TP VOL 07
SPICE AND WOLF GN VOL 05
TENJO TENGE GN VOL 03
YOTSUBA & ! GN VOL 10
BATMAN #2 VAR ED
BATMAN ODYSSEY VOL 2 #1 (OF 7)
BATMAN ODYSSEY VOL 2 #1 (OF 7) VAR ED
BIRDS OF PREY #2
BLUE BEETLE #2
CAPTAIN ATOM #2
DC COMICS PRESENTS SUPERBOYS LEGION #1
DC COMICS PRESENTS SUPERMAN SECRET IDENTITY #1
Continue reading “New Comic Releases – Oct 19th”
This issue is less about teasing and taunting the world of Buddy Baker than actually delivering the story, advancing from the anxious cliffhanger last issue delivered. Buddy Baker — Animal Man — and his daughter, Maxine, share a connection to the world and all living animals on it…
Picking up almost immediately after the “New Avengers” story that introduced Nick Fury’s heretofore unknown ‘Avengers,’ “Avengers 1959” #1 features Howard Chaykin writing and drawing the comic and — do I even need to continue the review? Chaykin writing and drawing this book is the reason why most are either interested in it or avoiding it. The legendary artist’s recent mainstream revival has produced work that has split readers on its merits…
“Wonder Woman” is such a tough sell of a comic, despite being one of DC Comics’ “trinity” of characters. Maybe it’s because the idea of “ambassador to man’s world” isn’t as instant a grab as “guardian of the night” or “the last son of Krypton,” but for whatever reason, iconic takes on “Wonder Woman” are few and far between.
I know it’s a little early to point toward this run and declare it to be iconic…
The “Spider-Island” tie-ins seem to work because they satellite around the concept of the event, not the actual story. Black Panther gets his own set of issues for this Spider-Man event because he, too, is in Manhattan. There is no Spider-Man in this book. This book must succeed on the power of its own story, and in that regard it does. This is a fun issue that requires no knowledge of the overall event, except for the one panel given in the recap…
These events will be Standard format, and everyone is more than welcome to come out and play. All entrants will recive a full art limited edition Diregraf Ghoul (while supplies last… don’t worry we have lots!) and the top 8 players will recive a foil full art Elite Inquisitor!
Entry will be $5 and registration will be between 11 & 12.
For anyone interested, event decks (Deathfed & Hold the Line) will arrive this Friday (October 28th). These event decks look as competitive as ever, and are great deck choices for the upcoming Innistrad game day tournament… or for those who are looking for a good deck to crush their opponents!
“Hold the Line” and “Deathfed” look to be competitive and loaded with great cards! They are priced at $24.99 and will be on store shelves October 28th.