24Seven Volume 2 – The first was a solid collection by a broad swath of creators working in the NYC Mech universe. I’m pretty sure this will be more of the same.
All Star Batman And Robin The Boy Wonder #6 – I love this comic for many of the reasons this comic pisses off so many.
Angry Youth Comix #13 – Johnny Ryan, you’re my hero.
Aranzi Machine Gun Volume 2 – The first volume was so cute, my teeth ached for days. A mixed-media manga with charm to spare.
Batman #666 – Batman of the future! And it’s not shitty Digital Justice Batman, at that!
Black Summer #1 – I liked the preview of this Ellis superhero series enough to buy this in singles, which is saying something.
Blue Beetle #17 – The only DCU title that ties into anything else that I’m reading. Rogers makes that sort of stuff work by using it as a background instead of the focus.
Crecy – Speaking of Ellis, here’s his graphic novel about his native countrymen murdering the French en masse in 1346.
Comics Introspective Volume 1: Peter Bagge – I’m always up for interviews and retrospectives about cartoonists I like, and by the title, it looks like both will be present. I just hope it’s as good as the Modern Masters series.
Doktor Sleepless #1 – I think Ellis is trying to pay for a boat or something, but I’m getting this sight unseen. I like the brief hints I’ve gotten quite a lot, even if the art looks busy.
Immortal Iron Fist Volume 1: The Last Iron Fist Story – I’m trusting every other comics blogger on the planet with this one. Brubaker and Fractionsounds like a dream team, and Aja’s art is, as the critics would say, mighty purty.
Multiple Warhedz #1 – Brandon Graham’s Oni series, running concurrent to King City.
Pulphope: The Art Of Paul Pope – Really, you put “Paul Pope” and “Art” in the title, it’s guaranteed to end up in my sausagelike fingers.
Queen & Country #32 – What. No, this has to be a misprint.
Showcase Presents Martian Manhunter Volume 1 – Another phonebook for an ever-growing collection. I’m sure I’ll read a third of this and shelve it.
Tank Girl The Gifting #2 – It’s not quite up to the old material, feeling more like a really nicely performed reunion gig than a new album, but that Ashley Wood art is downright glorious.