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.

Lumberjanes #19


Story: Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh
Art: Carolyn Nowak
Colors: Maarta Laiho
Letters: Aubrey Aiese
Cover: Carolyn Nowak, Maarta Laiho

From Previews:

April does her best to repair the merwomyn’s friendship, but she just keeps making things worse!

Lumberjanes is a comic that is not to be missed! Make sure to catch up and check out this latest issue which is sure to offer a fantastic time full of adventures and friendship!

Escape From New York #11


Story: Christopher Sebela
Art: Maxim Simic
Color: Marissa Louise
Letters: Ed Dukeshire
Cover: Jason Copland, Ibrahim Moustafa


When Snake is imprisoned, he comes face-to-face with The Duke for the first since the events of the film!

Snake Plissken is a fan favorite. I haven’t personally read this comic, but as a fan of Escape from New York and the word of mouth this comic has received, I’d say it’d be wise to add it to your pull list.

Big Trouble In Little China #17 


Story: Fred Van Lente
Art: Dan McDaid
Colors: Gonzalo Duarte
Letters: Ed Dukeshire
Cover: Joe Eisma, Eryk Donovan

From Previews:

A sorcerer’s convention may just be the key to rescuing Margo from Baba Yaga! Start of a new arc featuring Dan McDaid (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) on art!

I’m basically suggesting all the comics featuring Kurt Russell. Big Trouble In Little China is such a fantastic movie, I’m sure you all we highly enjoy this comic.

What will you be picking up this week?

[Source: Previews]