Comic Book Haul – Friday 19 April 2013

As you should be aware if you’ve been following my blog, the Comic Book Haul post has now been moved to Fridays, but it’s still the same old format.

I got a lot of comics this week. 7. Two from last week, and 5 from this week, three from DC and 4 from Marvel. When I say a lot of comics, it’s a lot for me, as normally I get 4 or less physical copies a week. This week however, was different, mainly because I had copies from last week, Age of Ultron and a jumping on point to read for Nightwing and a chance to try and read more of Batwoman. But before we continue, here’s the pic, which I managed to take this week despite having to hold my Kindle Fire upside down.

19 April 2013

We’ll start with the DC Comics and then move onto the Marvel ones.

BATWOMAN #19 

Batwoman #19

Writer: JH Williams III, W. Haden Blackman | Art: Trevor McCarthy | Cover: Trevor McCarthy | Publisher: DC Comics

What is the shocking family revelation that can turn Batwoman’s world upside down?

Justice League #19

Justice League #19

Writer: Geoff Johns | Art: Ivan Reis, Joe Padro | Backup Art: Gary Frank | Cover: Ivan Reis, Joe Padro | Publisher: DC Comics

Who is the one person dangerous enough to use Kryptonite against Superman?

Nightwing #19

Nightwing #19

Writer: Kyle Higgins | Art: Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund | Cover: Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund | Publisher: DC Comics

“Death of the Family” is over, but the laughs continue to plague Nightwing. But it can’t be him—can it?

Age of Ultron #6

Age of Ultron #6

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis | Art: Carlos Pacheo, Brandon Peterson

The heroes take the fight to Ultron with a near-broken Captain America taking the lead! Meanwhile, Wolverine takes it upon himself to make one of the most controversial decisions in the history of Marvel comics…

Hawkeye #9

Hawkeye #9

Writer: Matt Fraction | Art: David Aja | Publisher: Marvel Comics

More ladies, more problems. Featuring: The Girlfriend, the Work-Wife and the Ex-Wife.Plus the tracksuits are back and aim to kill.Good luck, Hawkeye.

Superior Spider-man #8

Superior Spiderman #8

Writer: Dan Slott | Art: Humberto Ramos | Publisher: Marvel Comics

 “Troubled Mind” Part 2 • Peter Parker takes a stand! • With a villain acting like a hero and a hero acting like a villain, one man has decided that enough is enough! • More with Cardiac! More surprises! And a moment that will break a lot of hearts! • To save the life of one of Spider-Man’s enemies, Peter Parker fights to regain control of his body, his mind, and his destiny! • Is this the beginning of the end for Otto Octavius?

Thor: God of Thunder #7

Thor, God of Thunder #7

Writer: Jason Aaron | Art: Esad Ribic | Publisher: Marvel Comics

GODBOMB Part One of Five Somewhere at the end of the time, all the gods of the universe are enslaved, working to build a machine that will forever change the face of creation.What is…the Godbomb? And what can Thor, the last free god in all the cosmos, do to stop it?

Thor: God of Thunder and Hawkeye are from last week, and the only one that I haven’t read yet is Superior Spiderman #8, mainly because I haven’t read #7 yet. However, I am picking up #7 next week (hopefully) with Flash #19, Talon #7, Uncanny X-Men #4 and Uncanny Avengers #7.

So what comics did you get this week? Let me know.

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