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.
Story: John Layman
Art: Rob Guillory
Cover: Rob Guillory
Publisher: Image Comics
Hey, remember when DC did “One Year Later” and it was the greatest, most creative, and most revolutionary thing in comics EVER? We thought long and hard about how we could do something that awesome, and we came up with something TWICE as amazing. That’s right! “Two Years Later…” Presenting a bold new chapter in CHEW, which just so happens to be the FINAL chapter. “The Last Suppers,” Part 1. The countdown begins.
I’m so behind in the comic, but the premise is super fun and the creative team is not a force to reckon with. Definitely check out all the trades of Chew for even more fun.
Red Wolf #1
Story: Nathan Edmondson
Art: Dalibor Talajic
Covers: Jeffrey Veregge, Dale Keown, John Tyler Christopher, Skottie Young , Mike Del Mundo
Publisher: Marvel Comics
The Marvel Universe’s American Southwest has a hero to call its own! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look inside RED WOLF #1 – the brand new ongoing series from writer Nathan Edmondson (Black Widow), artist Dalibor Talajic (Master of Kung Fu) and cover artist/series consultant Jeffrey Veregge! The frontier boomtown of Timely has more than its share of scoundrels, and it’ll take a hero to keep them in line. A hero named Red Wolf – theCheyenne who crossed the desert and stood up to Mayor Wilson Fisk and stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the fallen Sheriff Steve Rogers. But that’s all in the past. Following the events of Secret Wars, he’ll find his boots firmly transplanted into the Marvel Universe. In a world chock full of super powered heroes—and villains – Red Wolf is going to need all his wits and both his fists to serve and protect.
This December, the tale of how Red Wolf won the West begins in 1872, but his journey will take him farther than you ever thought possible. Don’t miss the bombastic debut when RED WOLF #1 comes to comic shops and digital devices!
This just looks like a whole lot of fun. Also representation is nice!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #51
Story: Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman, Bobby Curnow
Art: Ken Garing
Colors: Ronda Pattison
Letters: Shawn Lee
Cover: Ken Garing
A new age begins for the TMNT. The epic events of TMNT #50 have created new opportunity… and dangers. Will the family stay united in the face of a devastating new foe?
• New status quo! Great jumping on point for new readers!
• Part of IDW’s Artist’s Edition Month promotion!
I’m obsessed with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! I’m not caught up with this series either, but from what I’ve read, it’s a whole lot of fun!
What will you be picking up this week?