I love comics. They have the ability to transport you to new places, telling a story unlike anything you’ve experienced. Comics are a special form of media; pictures, words, it’s a beautiful thing. My goal is to introduce everyone to the world of comics and the power it holds. It’s a special place that not many people have visited. Let me recommend a few comics that I’m sure will hook you and have you never looking back.

Welcome to The Pull List.

Darth Vader #18


Story: Kieron Gillen
Art: Salvador Larroca
Colors: Edgar Delgado
Letters: VC – Joe Caramagna
Cover: Kaare Andrews
Publisher: Marvel Comics

From CBR:

• With resources vital to the Empire on the line, Vader makes his move…

• But Cylo and his forces are looking to show him up before he can!

• Full-scale warfare on the surface of Sho-Turun!

Lucky Penny TPB 


Story: Ananth Hirsh
Art: Yuko Ota
Cover: Yuko Ota
Publisher: Oni Press

From CBR:

If Penny Brighton didn’t have bad luck, she’d have no luck at all. She lost her job. And her apartment. In the same day. But it’s okay, her friend has a cozy storage unit she can crash in. And there’s bound to be career opportunities at the neighborhood laundromat—just look how fast that 12-year-old who runs the place made it to management! Plus, there’s this sweet guy at the community center, and maybe Penny can even have a conversation with him without being a total dork. Surely Penny is a capable of becoming an actual responsible adult, and if she can do that her luck’s bound to change! Right?



Story: Robbie Thompson
Art: Todd Nauck, Geoffo
Colors: Veronica Gandini
Cover: W. Scott Forbes
Publisher: Marvel Comics

From CBR:

Spider-Man and Silk aren’t necessarily pals right now, but they’ve got no choice but to work together when they accidentally travel back in time to just BEFORE they got their spider-powers! Now, they have to get along while stopping a threat to the timeline…WITHOUT accidentally wiping out their own powers! Writer Robbie Thompson (Silk, Venom: Spaceknight) teams with artist Todd Nauck (Nightcrawler, Amazing Spider-Man) to bring us a tale of Amazing Anachronistic Arachnids! Collecting the first two chapters of the Infinite Comic series.

Army of Darkness: Furious Road #1


Story: Nancy A. Collins
Art: Kewber Baal
Cover: Tyler Crook, Gabriel Hardman, Francesco Francavilla, Tony Fleecs , Robert Hack [hide…]
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

From CBR:

Twenty years from “now”: The Deadites and their Army of Darkness have succeeded in bringing down Western civilization. An unexpected upshot of the demons taking over was supernatural species such as vampires, witches, and werewolves forming an uneasy alliance with humanity in order to survive. The only hope for both mankind and monsters alike is a ritual that will send the Deadites back to the hell that birthed them. But first, a rag-tag crew that includes the Frankenstein Monster and Eva, the Daughter of Dracula, have to track down the fabled spell book known as the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis and deal with its guardian, a certain Ashley “Ash” Williams.

Bobs Burgers #9


Story: Rachel Hastings, Mark Von Der Heide, Anneliese Waddington
Art: Tom Connor, Anthony Aguinaldo, Kimball Shirley, Sara Richard , Circus Leveo [hide…]
Cover: Joe Healy, Luke Ashworth
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

From CBR:

It’s time for the ninth issue of the Bob’s Burgers comic book! Feast your eyes on new mouth-watering stories from the Belchers. Louise eagerly awaits Tina’s tale in The Why-Files, Part 2; Gene rhymes up a new rhyme; and readers can sit right back and hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip, here on Tinagan’s Island. Everyone loves Bob’s Burgers, the fan-favorite animated sitcom that airs on Fox television with other hits such as The Simpsons and Family Guy!

What’s on your pull list this week?

[Source: CBR]