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