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.

Ms. Marvel #6


Story: G. Willow Wilson
Art: Nico Leon
Colors: Ian Herring
Letters: VC – Joe Caramagna
Cover: David Lopez, Mike McKone
Publisher: Marvel Comics

From CBR:

• A problem of plenty becomes a problem of many as the Kamala Khan doppelgangers get out of control.

• Kamala always wanted to be the biggest super hero there ever was… but she didn’t mean it literally!

Star Wars #18


Story: Jason Aaron
Art: Leinil Yu, Gerry Alanguilan
Colors: Sunny Gho
Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
Cover: Leinil Yu, Sunny Gho, John Tyler Christopher
Publisher: Marvel Comics

From CBR:

• With the Rebel base completely overtaken, our only hope is…

• …Leia…Sana…and APHRA?!?

• Can they save the Imperial prisoners? Do they want to?

Over the Garden Wall #1


Story: Jim Campbell, Danielle Burgos, Amalia Levari
Art: Jim Campbell, Cara McGee
Cover: Jim Campbell, Veronica Fish, Shane-Michael Vidaurri
Publisher: BOOM! Studios

From CBR:

What’s to Love: Pat McHale’s Over the Garden Wall aired as Cartoon Network’s first-ever original animated miniseries and has continued gathering fans ever since. The great response to our one-shot and follow-up limited series prompted us to return to the eerie Unknown for more stories in this new, ongoing series! We’re thrilled to have Jim Campbell returning to join forces with fellow show writer Amalia Levari and artist Cara McGee for two original stories in each issue.

What It Is: Over the Garden Wall is now an ongoing series! In this kickoff issue, Wirt and Greg might have escaped the Beast’s grasp and made it out of the Unknown, but some things can’t be forgotten. Greg returns to Dreamland at night, where the silly creatures who live there help him on his adventures. Then, dive back into the early days in the Unknown where young Anna, the daughter of the Woodsman, must learn to survive in the woods on her own.

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #7


Story: Ryan North
Art: Erica Henderson
Colors: Rico Renzi
Letters: VC – Travis Lanham
Cover: Erica Henderson, Colleen Doran, Dan Hipp, Siya Oum [hide…]
Publisher: Marvel Comics

From CBR:

a) This special issue, called “BE THE UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL,” puts YOU in control of THE MOST POWERFUL CHARACTER IN THE MARVEL UNIVERSE. Will you fight crime and save the day? Or will you be a complete jerk and use her powers to tell everyone off?

b) I’m serious: these are actual choices, and you have to make them RIGHT NOW? To be Squirrel Girl and fight crime, turn to c). To be Squirrel Girl and be a jerk instead, turn to e).

c) Well, you’re in luck vis-a-vis crime-fighting, because Squirrel Girl is going to be facing off against SWARM, a bad guy made out of bees! And that’s not all. To learn more about the other bad guys she can face, turn to d)! But if INSTEAD you’d like to stop reading this and get excited about this book and maybe order it, please: feel free!

d) Nice try, but we’ve got to keep SOME surprises for the book! You decide to definitely buy this comic and see who they are. THE END.

e) What? No, why would you even want to be a jerk? Geez, man, maybe this ISN’T the comic for you. Turn to b) and answer better this time!

What’s on your pull list this week?

[Source: CBR]