Here is a recap of all the number one comics covered from the InvestComics Hot Picks during the month of July. As always, click on the comic cover/images or RED links to buy/bid any of the comics from ALL available Ebay sellers.
Every week before new comic book day InvestComics gives fans our Top 5 Hot Picks for new comics coming out on Wednesday. This list is pulled straight from the latest (weekly) InvestComics Hot Picks article. Hot Picks Top 5 based onInvestComics Hot Picks #484and new comics coming this Wednesday 7/19/17.
Archie #22 – A death occurs in Riverdale. Archie Comics, really building this one up. Will be sold out on Wednesday, reserve your copy now. Harley Quinn #24 – Harley’s family origin will happen here. A ‘semi’ Year-One for Harley fans. Aquaman #26 – Dolphin makes her way back into the DCU. It began in the previous issue, but we get more Dolphin info here. Sisters of Sorrow #1 – Boom Studios brings us a unique story of 4 women that don nun garb at night, totting guns, fighting crime. Nun vigilantes. Written by Kurt Sutter and art by Courtney Alameda. Trinity #11 – Everyone loves a cool variant at cover price. This Bill Sienkiewicz cover is sold out. Destined to be a classic. This will look stunning in a graded cased/signed.
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Here are the rest of the comics that appeared in this weeks InvestComics Hot Picks #484 Click on the RED links to buy/bid now from ALL available Ebay sellers.
New comic book release day 7/19/17. New comic releases are subject to change. These are our favorite covers from the new comics arriving this week. Listed below is the comic book with the cover artist. What are your favorite covers this week?
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Buy/Bid – Archie #22
Buy/Bid – Gotham City Sirens #7
Buy/Bid – Harley Quinn #24
Buy/Bid – Injustice 2 #6
We usually cover the independent comics after the Marvel and DC Hot Picks, but this week we’re going to lead with an indie that needs your attention. Archie Comics relaunched many of their Archie comic series’ back a couple of years ago with the thought in mind to bring the ‘realistic’ type feel into the books. Gone away is the campy vibe. Many of the Archie comics in the past few years have not been for the younger audience, but they still do have their digest and other kid friendly books. However, this Wednesday’s Archie #22 will tell the tale of a death in the family. A Riverdale character will leave us. This isn’t Archie dying in some dream sequence, this is a character getting written off. Expect media coverage of this book and an immediate bump in the aftermarket here. More importantly, expect a somber, well thought out story from Mark Waid (art by Pete Woods). Get this comic quick, it’ll head to a second printing in a hurry. Click on the RED links, Images or the comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay.
Buy/Bid – Aquaman #25
Buy/Bid – Aquaman #26
Buy/Bid – Showcase #79
Buy/Bid – Blackest Night #8
Will readers finally get a little more insight into Harley’s parents in Harley Quinn #24? The last (and only) time we visited the family of Harley was back in Gotham City Sirens #7 (2010). That issue was the first appearance of Harley’s mother, dad and brother. This comic is only $10 on Ebay right now. Now that we mentioned it, expect it to bounce a bit again. And how long before DC capitalizes Harley’s brother as a bad guy that teams up with his sister or better yet, a super-hero going against his sister. Maybe a whole family affair with mom and dad too. The Harley Family…..the possibility of any of this is there and will probably come to fruition someday. Just give us credit for giving you a heads up, don’t be knucklehead and take credit for this. Click on the RED links, Images or the comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay. Dolphin made her post New 52 debut in Aquaman #25 last month. She graces the cover of Aquaman #26 this Wednesday. Fans last saw Dolphin in Blackest Night #8 (2010) before popping up in last month’s Aquaman issue. Dolphin first appeared in Showcase #79 (1968). Batman ’66 Meets The Legion of Super Heroes #1 – Lee Allred & Michael Allred. Learn the ‘Injustice’ origin of Supergirl in Injustice 2#6. Tom Taylor and Mike Miller.
Buy/Bid – Astonishing X-Men #1
Buy/Bid – Awesome Hulk #21
Buy/Bid – Monsters Unleashed #4
Buy/Bid – Batman 66 LOSH #1
The debut of a new super-hero team in Monsters Unleashed! #4. Cullen Bunn and David Baldeon. A new X-Men comic from writer Charles Soule and Jim Cheung. This series will put Mr. Soule with various big time artist throughout the series; Astonishing X-Men #1. Comic fans, Marvel especially, eagerly await the coming of Hulk with Wolverine claws. Totally Awesome Hulk #21 takes us all a step closer in the fourth installment of ‘Weapons of Mutant Destruction.’ Creators Greg Pak and Robert Gill. Click on the RED links, Images or the comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay. InvestComics Indie Hot Picks; Boom Studios bring the guns to the fight in Sisters of Sorrow #1. A cosplay nun vigilante team take to the streets at night in L.A. and give their serving of their own justice, jury and executioner. This comic will be for mature audiences only, so we are looking forward to a violent vigilante story with a twist. Writer Kurt Sutter and artist Courtney Alameda. GenerationGone #1 (Image Comics) Andre Araujo – Ales Kot – Chris O’Halloran. Moonstruck #1 (Image Comics) – Grace Ellis & Kate Leth.
Buy/Bid – Sisters of Sorrow #1
Buy/Bid – Generation Gone #1
Buy/Bid – Moonstruck #1
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Aquaman, seven series number one issues, two of which were limited series. None of the regular series made it past 77 issues. What does this mean exactly? Well it means that Aquaman was never a character taken very seriously. Always on the receiving end of the joke. Nowadays things are a bit different (many thanks to Geoff Johns), although the character still holds the stigma of being a lame duck in many circles, Warner Brothers will be going all in with a solo movie release. Rumor has it that he’ll first appear in the Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice first, then we’ll see the solo movie a couple of years later. It’s then we’ll see if the world is truly ready for a live action Aquaman movie.
It was writer Geoff Johns that vowed to make Aquaman a cool character. He’s achieved this feat with many naysayers saying it couldn’t be done. Now the transition to film will be the defining moment for the most powerful water character in the entire DC Universe.
Below are some key Aquaman appearances throughout the years. First appearances, number one issues, appearances in other comics, etc. Debuting from 1941, there are plenty of comics to look for here. Plenty of affordable books along the way here too.
Please remember as always here on InvestComics, read the disclaimer. With that said, there will in fact be books that are not on this list. They were probably inadvertently missed. No problem, list your favorite book below or in the comment section in one of our social media outlets. Also remember that the Aquaman movie comes out in 2018, there are no right or wrong answers here.
Superman Emperor Joker #1 (2000) A one shot featuring a ton of guest stars and JLA (Aquaman). Written by Joe Kelly and Jeph Loeb. Spectacular cover by Ed McGuinness.
Green Arrow #16 (2001) First appearance in a Green Arrow comic. Written by Kevin Smith and art by Phil Hester. One of Aquaman’s greatest adversaries appears in this comic; Black Manta. Great Matt Wagner cover.
Aquaman Vol 6 #1(2003) A new direction for Aquaman; “The New Wave”. Written by Rick Veitch, pencils by Yvel Guichet and cover by Alex Maleev. This series lasted 57 issues.