Welcome to our weekly post where we tell you “What Comics to Watch For On Wednesday.” We are doing our best to recommend a few titles worth your time this week. It is good to note that we rarely suggest mid-run titles, because we try to provide good jumping on points or oddities that must be seen to believe. This week is basically “What To Watch For With Image Comics!”
This week’s offerings:
I’m really into Descender and this issue promises to be a Bandit-centric story. Sign me up, please.
Super F*ckers Forever #1
I really appreciate the slightly oddball humor of James Kochalka. Also, the subscription variant features a cover by Invincible’s own, Ryan Ottley.
The Superf*ckers are back in their first-ever monthly comic-book series! James Kochalka’s lovably profane heroes return in Superf*ckers Forever, an event series like no other! The first-ever Superf*ckers comic-book series! Back-up stories by acclaimed indie creators in ever issue. Variant covers by acclaimed indie creators on every issue! Jack Krak is *still* the mother*cker! Part of IDW’s five-week Creator Visions event! Five creator-driven books, launched in five straight weeks!
(Civil War 2) Fallen #1
This book promises to explore the void left by (the death of the Hulk)<HIGHLIGHT FOR SPOILER.
Black Hammer #2
We were right (along with everyone else in the world) about this being something and issue #1 was pick of the week for many people. Jeff Lemire‘s talents shine brightly at Dark Horse. Silver Age superheroes stuck in another dimension. Why are they there? Where are they?
Briggs Land #1
Get in on the next AMC show before it is a thing. Briggs Land is supposed to delight Sons of Anarchy and Justified fans alike.
Briggs Land, nearly a hundred square miles of rural wilderness, contains the largest antigovernment secessionist movement in the United States. When matriarch Grace Briggs wrests control of the operation from her incarcerated husband, she sparks a war within the community-and her immediate family-that threatens to bring the full power of the federal government down on their heads.
Spawn Kills Everyone One Shot
We were big fans of Deadpool killing the Marvel universe, so we have to give some love to Spawn killing EVERYONE. Todd McFarlane looks to be making something silly here as the tagline is:
Do you have a favorite hero?! Better change it? they’re DEAD!
~ Scott Deaux ~
Let me know what comics you are picking up or what you thought of these titles in the comments