Weekly Comics Discussion – November 27, 2013

The complete list of titles is available here.

Dark Horse Comics

  • CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT #5
  • CONAN PEOPLE O/T BLACK CIRCLE #2
  • CRIMINAL MACABRE EYES OF FRANKENSTEIN #3
  • GOON #44
  • ITTY BITTY HELLBOY #4
  • MASS EFFECT FOUNDATION #5
  • MIND MGMT #17
  • NEVER ENDING #1
  • ROBERT E HOWARDS SAVAGE SWORD #6
  • STAR WARS LEGACY II #9

DC Comics

  • ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #7
  • ALL STAR WESTERN #25
  • AQUAMAN #25
  • BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #25
  • BEWARE THE BATMAN #2
  • CATWOMAN #25 – Zero Year
  • DAMIAN SON OF BATMAN #2
  • FLASH #25 – Zero Year
  • FOREVER EVIL ARGUS #2
  • GREEN TEAM TEEN TRILLIONAIRES #6
  • INJUSTICE GODS AMONG US #11
  • JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #25 – Forever Evil
  • LARFLEEZE #5
  • RED LANTERNS #25
  • SUPERMAN #25
  • TALON #13
  • TEEN TITANS #25 – Forever Evil
  • TOM STRONG AND THE PLANET OF PERIL #5

IDW Comics

  • DANGER GIRL THE CHASE #3
  • DOCTOR WHO VOL 3 #15
  • GHOSTBUSTERS #10
  • GI JOE SPECIAL MISSIONS #9
  • GODZILLA RULERS OF THE EARTH #6
  • JUDGE DREDD #13
  • MR PEABODY & SHERMAN #1
  • POWERPUFF GIRLS #3
  • STAR TREK ONGOING #27
  • THUNDER AGENTS #4
  • TMNT ONGOING #28
  • TRANSFORMERS REGENERATION ONE #96
  • TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE #23
  • X-FILES SEASON 10 #6
  • ZOMBIE WAR #2

Image Comics

  • APHRODITE IX #6
  • ARTIFACTS #32
  • BAD DOG #5
  • BEDLAM #10
  • BLACK SCIENCE #1
  • FIVE GHOSTS #7
  • HOAX HUNTERS #12
  • MORNING GLORIES #35
  • PRETTY DEADLY #2
  • RAT QUEENS #3
  • SAGA #16
  • SIDEKICK #4
  • THIEF OF THIEVES #18
  • WALKING DEAD #117

Marvel Comics

  • ALL NEW X-MEN #19
  • AVENGERS ARENA #18
  • AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #21 – Infinity
  • CATACLYSM ULTIMATE X-MEN #1
  • DEADPOOL ANNUAL #1
  • FF #14
  • HAWKEYE #14
  • INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK #16
  • INFINITY #6
  • INFINITY HEIST #3
  • INFINITY HUNT #4
  • NEW AVENGERS #12 – Infinity
  • NOVA #10 – Infinity, featuring art by Yale Stewart of the spectacular JL8 webcomic, envisioning the Justice League as a group of 8 year olds. It starts here (until the next update) and one of my personal favorites is available here.
  • POWERS BUREAU #8
  • SAVAGE WOLVERINE #12
  • SCARLET SPIDER #24
  • SUPERIOR CARNAGE #5
  • SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #22
  • UNCANNY AVENGERS #14
  • UNCANNY X-FORCE #14
  • WOLVERINE AND X-MEN #38
  • WOLVERINE AND X-MEN ANNUAL #1 – Infinity

Other Companies

  • BUCK ROGERS IN 25TH CENTURY #3
  • CROSSED BADLANDS #42
  • CRYPTOZOIC MAN #2
  • DARK SHADOWS #23
  • FERALS #18
  • GFT QUEST #1
  • GFT WONDERLAND TTLG #3 – I’m going to assume the second acronym is “Through the Looking Glass”
  • GREEN HORNET YEAR ONE OMNIBUS TP
  • JAMES BOND OMNIBUS TP VOL 05
  • KNIGHTS OF THE DINNER TABLE #203
  • SHADOW #20
  • SHADOW 1941 HITLERS ASTROLOGER HC
  • TAROT WITCH OF THE BLACK ROSE #83
  • WARLORD OF MARS #30

2 replies on “Weekly Comics Discussion – November 27, 2013”

  1. Fez says:

    Seeing this list pop up in my feed reminded me of a question I was going to ask:

    I haven’t read comics in a couple decades, aside from occasionally picking up Buffy season volumes. I was reading a bit about Marvel Unlimited and wondered if anyone here had it and what their thoughts were.

    I know that it isn’t current, but that’s fine — I’m mostly interested in back issues and reading older runs/arcs since I’m so far out-of-date; I’m not really interested in collecting, just reading. From what I hear the selection is pretty good but has occasional gaps, and the Android app isn’t great, but it may still be worth it for what you get. $10/mo or $70/yr sounds pretty cheap to get access to 13,000+ comics, and makes me wonder what the catch may be.

    Any thoughts?

    • I’m really enjoying it, and it’s not uncommon for issues to show up there before they appear in trade. (It’s a minimum six month window.) As you’ll hear if you listen to Saturday’s Comic Book Pilot Season podcast, the entire run of Thor is on there, for one example. There are many issues of 1960s Marvel, some 1970s, key issues from the 1980s and 1990s, and then another good spread of issues from the past decade. The reader isn’t as well developed as the ComiXology reader, as one would expect from the price, but I wouldn’t be surprised if someone told me that was their only source of comics.

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