Hot NEW Comics Arriving On Wednesday 3-29-23

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Here are this week’s top Trending/Speculative Comics out this Wednesday 3-29-23.
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Action Comics #1053 – First appearance alert! The first appearance of Necrohive.
If you haven’t noticed, DC Comics has given their Superman character a new bump as of late. This is mostly due to all of the announcements from DC Studios head, James Gunn. Out of all of the films Mr. Gunn announced, there are two in particular that cannot, under any circumstances, fail. Any Batman or Superman film. If one of those two fail, a box office “flop”, DC studios will shut their doors. James Gunn tweeted recently asking something like, “The underwear or not?”
This of course is all speculation, but their flagship characters cannot afford to take a hit on the big screen in any way. Now, back to the recent uptick in trying to move the needle with these Batman and Superman comic titles. There has been a huge resurgence within the DC Comics compound to make Superman, not so much Batman, but Superman more modern if you will. The Batman character has sustained its steady interest with comic fans and non-comic book fans. Superman on the other hand has waned a bit and DC knows this. This is why the massive overhaul has taken place. Notice the number one issues? The fanfare text on the covers? The massive influx of new characters? All of this is done by design to garner interest for a character that has lost its way a bit. Hence all of the “in your face” Superman candy. Will this work? Maybe. The one thing comic fans always ask for is a good Superman story. That’s what it all comes back to. One can introduce new characters and new number-one issues all they want, but at the end of the day, you better have some substance. We have always said this.

Deadpool #5In this comic, Carnage literally breaks out of Deadpool’s body (see cover for proof). So we will have a Carnage/Deadpool mash-up appearance here. Also, we noticed one of the variant covers has the character Slapstick on it. So so random, but we like it. InvestComics has spoken for years about this dude (Slapstick #1 – 1992 – First appearance), but to no avail, with little to no interest in the masses. We really don’t give a rip, but when a walking shark named Jeff gets their own Marvel comic book this week, it truly makes you scratch your head. In a head-to-head first appearance contest between Slapstick and Jeff The Land-Shark, Slapstick gets his ass handed to him. More on Jeff in a little bit, but that Nauck Slapstick variant is dope AF. 
Strange Academy Finals #5 – InvestComics has informed readers for years regarding the Strange Academy school. Many have made serious dough because of us. Have you seen our donation tabs? Of course, you have. Show some love will ya?! So about this comic, looks as though someone or maybe more will bite the dust here. Could be one of your favorite character(s). 
Punchline The Gotham Game #6 – The return of the Joker. And that variant cover with most of Batman’s adversaries on it is lovely.  
Avengers Beyond #1 – Bringing back the villain, the Beyonder, is really not that big of a deal, but Marvel wants you to think it is. Making this big to-do about a villain no one really gives a hoot about is an uphill battle in “making” the fans care. How do you accomplish this feat? Well, like any successful run in comics and as mentioned earlier, give them a good darn story.   
Ambassadors #1 – Speaking of stories, here’s an interesting concept from writer Mark Millar. This person/alien or whatever on the cover has to choose only six people on earth to have superpowers. Who do they choose? Will humans be unaware of this dilemma? Or will they know and vie for attention to prove they’re worthy of those superpowers? Or will it be utter chaos? Or will it turn to violence and death? So many questions, and the beginning of our answers arrive this Wednesday. The first issue will feature superstar artist Frank Quitely. What more can a comic reader/collector ask for here? For real real.     







X-Men Unforgiven #1 – New X-Men story from writer Tim Seeley and artist Sid Kotian.
Venom Lethal Protector II #1 – It’s Venom vs Doom. Writer David Michelinie is back along with artist Farid Karami for this new story.

Clobberin’ Time #1 – Anyone ever notices Marvel releases The Thing in his own title a lot? Is he really that popular though? Do you know of many comic readers or collectors talking Ben Grimm? Steve Skroce will write and pencil. That’s a good thing.
Indigo Children #1 – New Image Comics sci fi/mystery series from writers Curt Pires and Rickwell White. Art by Alex Diotto.
Unstoppable Doom Patrol #1 – Creators, Dennis Culver (writer) and artist Chris Burnham bring a new Doom Patrol story.
It’s Jeff #1 – It really is crazy to think that Jeff the Land Sharks’ first full appearance (by name) in West Coast Avengers #7 from 2018 (raw) sold for $50 and more at one time. This means the graded copies sold for much more. Sorry not sorry, we’re not up on Jeff’s popularity these days. The absurdity here is laughable, but okay, it is what it is. Is Jeff related to John Belushi’s Land Shark at all? Only the 50 and over crowd will understand that question, but it’s a legit one. So what exactly is the deal with this Land Shark getting their own title? Who sat at the board meeting and said, this is a fantastic idea! Well, the laugh is on us, because Marvel brings on writer Kelly Thompson and artist Gurihiru. This creative team is an absolute win. Expect this issue to sell out and a second print to follow.  
Detective Comics #1070 – Learn more about the group Vigil. 







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