Top 5 Trending Comics #181

Every week before new comic book day, Trending Pop Culture provides the fans with the Top 5 Trending Comics arriving on new comic book day .
New Comics and items arriving 9/12/18. Trending Comics and More #543

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Archie 1941 #1 – This new mini-series from the creative team of Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn, Kelly Fitzpatrick and Peter Krause will be one of the best Archie Comics stories ever told.
Old Man Logan #47 – What will we learn of the ‘new’ alien Symbiote in this issue? Is it the same type of ‘thing’ or something completely different?
Squirrel Girl #36 – An all ‘silent’ issue. Meaning no word balloons, just pictures.
Runaways #13 – Actor Ryan Sands of the Runaways television series on Hulu draws the variant cover here. His first official comic book work.
Red Hood and The Outlaws #26 – Red Hood is all-new and all-different. New costume and all.

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Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.
Joker Super Powers Collection 15-inch Maquette Statue – Tweeterhead
Marvel Movie Gallery Avengers Infinity War Thanos PVC Statue – Diamond Select
Predator Ultimate Predator 7-Inch Scale Action Figure – NECA
Spider-Man The Game Spider-Man FigPin – CMD Collectibles
Super Deluxe Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington Vinyl Figure – Funko
Tim Burtons The Nightmare Before Christmas Collectors Chess Set – USAopoly
Topps 2018 WWE Undisputed Trading Cards Pack – Topps

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Thanos

Predator

Spider-Man

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Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Best Covers – New Comics 9-12-18

New comic book release day 9/12/18. New comic releases are subject to change.
These are our favorite comic covers from the new arrivals this week. Shown below are the comic book covers with the cover artist.
Always remember, all of these new comics are just as awesome in the inside as they are on the outside. What are your favorite covers this week?
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Trending Comics & More #543

Here are this week’s top trending comic books and new items headed your way this Wednesday 9-12-18
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There are two types of opinions when it comics to the pop culture iconic medium named Archie Comics. Those who embrace it and those who don’t. If you do, you’re on the winning side of the pop culture style that has spanned decades and will continue to do so for decades to come. Thousands upon thousands of stories told. Goofy ones, great ones, scary ones, emotional ones and yes, even sad ones. If you don’t know anything regarding this iconic artifact that walks among us, well you’re just missing out and you should learn more about the phenomenon. Here is how to jump on the Archie Comics Riverdale train. First and foremost, release anything in your brain you may think you know about Archie Comics. It does not equate to anything what’s so ever they’ve been doing for the past 9 years+. Yes, they still publish their all-ages Archie Comics, but they’ve done spectacular story-telling regarding the ‘older readers’. Everything from introducing a gay character to the death of Archie. The past couple of years has introduced the Archie ‘horror’ genre headed by the superb writing of Frank Tieri right now. The CW Riverdale show is doing well and there is a possible chance to see an Archie film in the future. Make no mistake though, Archie’s COMICS are leading the way for the company, unlike the big two. The big two almost rely (not completely. chill) and play on the success of their movies. This Wednesday, Archie 1941 #1 will place the entire gang right in the middle of WWII possibly breaking out. How do these kids deal with it? Will they be drafted? The answers to these questions and the emotional rollercoaster will be explored by writers Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn. Artists Kelly Fitzpatrick and Peter Krause. This will be an Archie Comics mini-series story for the ages.

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Archie 1941 #1

Detective #988

Old Man Logan #47

Red Hood #26

Runaways #13

Back in 1988 the comic book world was introduced to the black goo Symbiote named Venom. How did that turn out? This Wednesday, a new ‘alien menace’ is messing with Logan in Old Man Logan #47. What do we know of this new alien? Will readers get the full-on creature and what its capabilities truly are? Will we get a ‘Venom’ moment? Well, pick up a copy of Old Man Logan #47 and find out. If this turns out to be a new alien ‘venom-like’ character/species…..boy will this comic trend in a huge way.
Turing back the clock a little further. Back in 1984, G.I. Joe #21 turned the comic world on its heels without uttering a single word (balloon). Comic fans were flabbergasted at the concept and it instantly became a classic comic. Although not a ‘new’ concept, Larry Hama set the bar quite high for the comic book industry. It’s the first notable popular mainstream comic to do such a thing. Many years later and many ‘silent’ comics later, this week, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #36 does the silent thing. Writer Ryan North and artist Derek Charm.
Runaways #13 will be a first for a new creator. Actor Ryan Sands of the Runaways television series on Hulu has drawn the variant cover here.
For some reason, other then to sell a comic book to a fanboy, the Cosmic Ghost Rider will appear on three (at last count) covers that most likely do not have him appearing INSIDE the comic. Thinking maybe Marvel knows what these fanboys want right now and is spoon feeding them.

G.I. Joe #21

House of Whispers #1

MCMLXXV #1

Rags #1

Squirrel Girl #36

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The DC Comics solicit for the Detective Comics #988 comic is quite amusing. A comic from guest writer James Robinson and “rising star” Stephen Segovia. Rising star? One of his first creative works came in 2005’s graphic novel M.I.T.H. 2005 and 2006’s Vampirella 2006 Halloween Special #1 comic. The man has quite the extensive body of work throughout his twelve-year career thus far. ‘Rising star’ is not a phrase one should equate to Stephen Segovia. Been slaying it. He’s already a star in the game for a while now. Well into overtime. Yes, well aware of the different tier’s creators have within their career, but a twelve year library of work does not account to be called a ‘rising star’. Maybe they meant a different Stephen Segovia?
Fans of the Red Hood character are in for a surprise this week. Whether you want it or not. Red Hood is headed in a bold new direction with a new lease on life and a new costume. He’s about to change in a big big way. Red Hood and The Outlaws #26.

Cemetery Beach #1

Dellec #1

Moth & Whisper #1

Amazing Spider-Man #5

The Wrong Earth #1

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Trending Pop Culture Indie Hot Picks; Indie comics do not always show up on Ebay right way. Please check back on a regular basis, some of the smaller print indie books usually list after new comic book release day or a few days after.
New Image Comics title MCMLXXV #1 from writer Joe Casey and artist Ian MacEwan. You know what MCMLXXV adds up to? The answer is……Google it! Like we did. Also, from Image Comics, new series from writer Warren Ellis and artist Jason Howard; Cemetery Beach #1. The Jason Howard tribute to Todd McFarlane cover is stellar.
An addition to the ever-expanding Neil Gaiman Sandman lure. House of Whispers #1 from writer Nalo Hopkinson and artist Dominike Stanton.
Aspen Entertainment brings back their original character Dellec for a second round. Dellec #1; Vince Hernandez, Michael Santamaria and Andre Risso.

Blood Realm #1

Gapo The Clown

M.I.T.H. #1

Mystery Science #1

Vampirella 2006 #1

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From Ahoy Comics comes The Wrong Earth #1. Writers Grant Morrison, Tom Peyer and Paul Constant. Artist Shannon Wheeler and Juan Castro. With a brilliant cover from the always amazing Jamal Igle.
Two Alterna Comics this week; Blood Realm #1 – Robert Geronimo and Exilium #1; Ben Slabak, Marc Sintes and Salo Farias.
AfterShock Comics; Moth & Whisper #1. Writer Ted Anderson and artist Jen Hickman.
Antarctic Press; Rags #1. Trent Luther, Brian Ball and Luigi Teruel.
Caliber Entertainment; Gapo The Clown – Tony Miello.
Disposable Legends #1 (T Pub); Terry Mayo and Lucas Romero.
Poser #1 (Waxworks Comics) – Clayton McCormack.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 #1 (Dark Horse Comics) – Various creators.

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Predator

Spider-Man

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Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.
Joker Super Powers Collection 15-inch Maquette StatueTweeterhead
Marvel Movie Gallery Avengers Infinity War Thanos PVC StatueDiamond Select
Predator Ultimate Predator 7-Inch Scale Action Figure – NECA
Spider-Man The Game Spider-Man FigPinCMD Collectibles
Super Deluxe Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington Vinyl FigureFunko
Tim Burtons The Nightmare Before Christmas Collectors Chess Set USAopoly
Topps 2018 WWE Undisputed Trading Cards PackTopps

Legends

Exilium

Jack – Funko

Chess Set

WWE – Topps

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Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

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Hot Picks Top 5 #54

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Hot Picks Top 5 based on InvestComics Hot Picks #416 and new comics coming this Wednesday 3/23/16. Click the link to read the article now.

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Every  week before new comic book day, here are the Top 5 NEW comics to speculate/read from this Wednesday. This list is pulled straight from the latest (weekly) InvestComics Hot Picks article.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #56

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Hyperion #1

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Hyperion #1 – Marvel’s latest Superman push. Maybe they want to eventually have a Superman type movie one day. Maybe Disney wants that. And what Disney wants, Disney gets.

Obi-Wan And Anakin #3 – Regular readers on InvestComics know we recommend ANY Star Wars comic. Not only for the fantastic story lines throughout Marvel’s galaxy far far away, but also the potential of a new major Star Wars character getting introduced. That said, Obi-Wan and Anakin visit a new world this Wednesday. A new world could mean a new character!

Venom Space Knight #5 – And speaking of new characters. Check out the new Panda character named Pik Rollo in this comic. That Ariel Olivetti cover kills too.

Delete #1 – The Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, and Justin Gray team is at it again. This time with a Devils Due Publishing release. A must read of course. 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #56 – This comic is sold out across the board. Regular and variants. The solicit point to the first appearance of Leatherhead in this issue……..but that’s not the complete truth. Check the InvestComics Hot Picks article to find the true first appearance of Leatherhead. 

 

Here are the rest of the comics that appeared on this past week’s InvestComics Hot Picks #416 (Click the link to read now!).

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Strange Tales #90

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Batman #50

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Avengers #154 (1976) Graded 9.4. – IC 100 Club Pick

Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #6 – (1988) (Mirage Publishing)

Batman #50

Batman #1 – (New 52)

Wonder Woman #50 

Deathstroke #16

Harley Quinn #26

Suicide Squad Most Wanted Deadshot Katana #3

Carnage #6

Angela Queen Of Hel #6

The Howling Commandos Of S.H.I.E.L.D. #6

Strange Tales #90 (1961)

Avengers #69 (1969)

Sentry #1 (2000)

Avengers #70 (1969)

Avengers #70

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Avengers #69

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New Avengers #8

Totally Awesome Hulk #4

Ultimates #5

Shadow Glass #1 (Dark Horse)

Circuit-Breaker #1 (Image Comics)

Star Wars #17 (Marvel)

Oh Hell #1 (Overground Comics)

Independence Day #1 (Titan Comics)

Bloodshot Reborn Annual #1 (Valiant Entertainment)

 

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Hot Picks based on new comics coming this Wednesday 3/23/16

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Avengers #154

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IC 100 Club Pick: Avengers #154 (1976) Graded 9.4. there are two standouts here regarding this pick. Let us tell you what the other non-standouts are first. It’s a 1976 book graded at a nice 9.4. It’s the first appearance of Tyrax. Legend, George Perez with interior art. Now let’s hit on the two standouts. First, the cover art is by Al Migrom and comic book legend Jack ‘King’ Kirby. Second, this graded CGC comic is priced at a Buy It Now for only $59.99. Okay one more fantastic thing….free shipping. This must be in your collection. Avengers, George Perez, Al Milgrom, first appearance, and Jack Kirby?! A 9.4 for $59.99 with FREE shipping. No-brainer here. Better grab it before it’s gone.     

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Wonder Woman #50

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Batman #50

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Harley Quinn #26

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Deathstroke #16

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IDW introduces Leatherhead in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #56. Leatherhead actually first appeared back in 1988’s Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #6 (Mirage Publishing).

Bruce Wayne is back as Batman in Batman #50. Here is Synder and Capullo’s final Batman comic. They’ve had a fine run to say the least. Does it equate to Batman #1 in their run costing so much money in the aftermarket? More questions; Does that comic contain a major first appearance? A death? A creators first work? A low low print run? If the answer was ‘no’ to all of these questions, then the answer to our original question was answered. Here’s another thing. Look to the right upper hand side of the graded Batman #1’s. It’s blank. Nothing there. Not even a new costume reference. Not hating, we absolutely loved the run. Just need to point out the obvious and separate the boys from the men. Long term…..be wise youngsters, invest wisely.
Also reach their 50th issue this week will be Wonder Woman #50.
An awesome fight will be going down in Deathstroke #16. Deathstroke vs. Red Hood. Ding! Ding! Fight!
The Harley Quinn character faces a new direction in her life. Witness it in Harley Quinn #26.
Creator Cory Nord gives fans some eye candy this week. Check out the cover to Suicide Squad Most Wanted Deadshot Katana #3.

Hyperion #1

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Avengers #70

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Avengers #69

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Sentry #1

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Carnage #6 introduces Jabulile van Scotter. 
The first meeting (fight) between Angela and the new Thor takes place in Angela Queen Of Hel #6. No hair pulling or cat scratching here folks!
The Howling Commandos Of S.H.I.E.L.D. #6 will have the team searching for ORRGO. ORRGO has been used sparingly over the last 53 years. Maybe a little over a dozen appearances? Crazy right? ORRGO’s first appearance was in Strange Tales #90 (1961). A book from Jack Kirby, Don Heck, Steve Ditko, and Stan Lee. Wow, what a line up.

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Doesn’t Hyperion remind you a bit of Superman on a couple of his covers to Hyperion #1? Maybe Marvel is trying its hand again in trying to deliver their version of Superman. Marvel last tried back in 2000 with Sentry. Sentry was basically Marvel’s Superman at the time. They don’t really have that “Superman” type character. They really don’t need one. Fast forward to Hyperion #1. Marvel may be going back to the well again with the striking resemblance on those covers. Hyperion first appeared (cameo) along with Squadron Sinister in Avengers #69 (1969). His first full appearance was in the next issue; Avengers #70. Sentry (Robert Reynolds), first appeared in The Sentry #1 (2000).
Is The New Avengers #8 comic the first appearance of American Kaiju? It might be.
Obi-Wan And Anakin enter a new world in Obi-Wan And Anakin #3. You know what that means right? New world, new characters!

The Howling Commandos Of S.H.I.E.L.D. #6

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Strange Tales #90

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Carnage #6

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New Avengers #8

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Venom Space Knight #5 will introduce Pik Rollo. Pik is a Panda. Yep. Look at that killer cover by Ariel Olivetti…..with a Panda on it. This whole Panda thing seems so random.
Totally Awesome Hulk #4 – Women of power variant from Meghan Hetrick for the win. But that Ultimates #5 Women of Power variant from Yasmine Putri is stellar too! Okay we’ll call a tie this week. That all said, we still think the title of the Hulk book is a bit silly, not changing our minds on that one.

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Angela Queen Of Hel #6

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Totally Awesome Hulk #4

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Ultimates #5

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Circuit Breaker #1

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Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Connor, and Justin Gray team up (once again) to bring us Delete #1 from Devils Due Publishing. Always a good time when these guys (and gal!) get together. And do you know that the ‘insert’ button on your keyboard is right next to the ‘delete’ button? Looks like Jimmy, Amanda, and Justin are using that subliminal stuff on us. ‘Insert’ this comic into your collection. See, see, we’re on to you! So we’re buying this comic, not because of a button, because we like you guys…..and gal.

Bloodshot Reborn Annual #1

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Delete #1

Delete #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #56

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #56 – Click To Buy/Bid

Venom Space Knight #5

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Other fantastic comics to check out this Wednesday…….
Shadow Glass #1 (Dark Horse). Circuit-Breaker #1 (Image Comics). Star Wars #17 (Marvel). Oh Hell #1 (Overground Comics). Independence Day #1 (Titan Comics). Bloodshot Reborn Annual #1 (Valiant Entertainment).

Obi-Wan and Anakin #3

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Independence Day #1

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Oh Hell #1

Oh Hell #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

Shadow Glass #1

Shadow Glass #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

Star Wars #17

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Invest wisely. Read comics.

Carpe Diem.

Jay Katz

Hot Picks – Top 5 #39

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Hot Pick of The Week – Gwenpool Special #1 – J Scott Campbell Midtown Variant – Click To Buy/Bid

Gwenpool Special #1 – The red hot Gwenpool character gets her very first number one issue. The J. Scott Campbell variant is sold out.

Star Wars Annual #1 – This comic is a bit quieter than it should be at the moment. The first appearance of Haarkon Dak. 

Deadpool #3 – The Rob Liefeld variant is sold out. Rob pays homage to himself. Back in 1991, Deadpool was on the floor, now in 2015 he’s front and center. Great cover here.

Monstress #2 – This series, written by Marjorie Liu will continue to gain momentum. Every fan and review coming in shows nothing but upside here.

Humbug #1 – Another 451 Media Group comic sold out.

 

Here are the rest of the comics that appeared on this past week’s InvestComics Hot Picks #401 (Click the link to read now!)

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Batman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 – Be sure to enter our contest to WIN an Ivan Reis (Hall of Comics variant – click the link to buy from Hall of Comics). Read our InvestComics Hot Picks #401 article to find out how to WIN!

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Deadpool 3

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New Romancer #1

Batman And Robin Eternal #10

Monstress #1

Violent #1

Symmetry #1

Contest of Champions #3

What If…? #4 (1989)

X-Force #2 (1991)

Spider-Man 2099 #4

Ninjak #3

Unity #25

Insexts #1

Symmetry 1

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BatmanTMNT

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Steam Wars First Empire #1

Steam Wars First Empire #2

Super NHS

LCSD comics; Jughead #1 (Archie Comics), Black Mask Secret Box Set, Hangman #1 (Dark Circle), Shield #1 (Dark Circle), Luminae (Sold out) (Magnetic Press), Exodus Life After #1 (Oni Press), Invader Zim (Oni Press), Rick and Morty (Oni Press), Book Of Death Fall Of Harbinger #1 (Valiant), Wrath Of The Eternal Warrior #1 (Valiant), and Welcome To Showside #1 (Z2 Comics)

The Eighth Seal #1

Munchkin Deck The Dungeons #1

Snow Blind #1

Troop #1

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Jay Katz

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Howard The Duck #2 – Howard breaks onto the Hot Picks for the second consecutive month. Well maybe not “Howard” so much, but Gwenpool. She makes another variant cover appearance on consecutive Howard books. This cover will be as hot as the first. Good luck finding it at a reasonable price.

Invincible Iron Man #4 – We love the Mary Jane appearance in this book and both the variant and regular cover.

Replica #1 – A new comic company makes their debut; After Shock Comics. Top tier talents on new releases will make comic fans turn their heads and take notice. Made us look!

X’ed #1 – Anytime Black Mask puts out a new number one comic, fans snatch it up. For good reason, Black Mask is making it happen.

Harley’s Little Black Book #1 – Harley Quinn has a new bi-monthly team-up comic debuting this Wednesday. She’ll team up with Wonder Woman on this first go-around. The usual awesome talent cast of Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner bring us the first issue. 

Daredevil #1 – Yes, we’re bending the rules a bit this week. There are six books here instead of five. Oh well, too bad we can break the rules. This Daredevil comic is our Marvel number one issue pick of the week. Written by Charles Soule and art from Ron Garney. The Joe Quesada variant is stellar.

 

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Green Lantern #47

Green Lantern #14 (1962)

Robin War #1

X-O Manowar Presents Commander Trill #0

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Avengers 80

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Sheriff of Babylon #1

All-New Inhumans #1, All-New X-Men #1, and Guardians Of Infinity #1

Red Wolf #1

Avengers #80 (1970)

Spidey #1

Star Wars #13

Totally Awesome Hulk #1

Sunflower #1

Sunflower #2

Actionverse #0 and Bigfoot Sword Of The Earthman #1

Millennials You Are Special #1

Absent Captain #1 and Graduate #1

X-O Manowar Presents Commander Trill #0

Carver A Paris Story #1

Mystery Girl #1

Black Jack Ketchum #1

DC Comics Looney Tunes variant covers; Cyborg #5 (Cully Hamner) and Teen Titans #14 (Joe Quinones)

 

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Hot Picks Video #400

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Green Lantern #47 will feature the villain Sonar. The very first appearance of Sonar came way back in 1962’s Green Lantern #14. Gil Kane pencils. A couple of very odd things with the variant here. First off, it has Harley Quinn on the cover. Is she even in this comic? Is DC that desperate to sell Green Lantern comics? Second odd thing here. The Lantern variant cover is the same exact variant cover as the new Harley Quinn comic this week; Harley’s Little Black Book #1. Several comic book outlets (retailers) show that this comic variant is the same exact one as the Green Lantern variant, but with the different header (title). What’s up with this? The new bi-monthy Harley comic will be a new team-up book. The first issue will have Harley team up with Wonder Woman. Brought to you by the Harley dynamic duo Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner. A great book here.

Robin War #1 will be an interesting read. Red Hood, Red Robin, Robins, Batman, Grayson, and the Court of Owls all in one comic? Yes this will be fun.

A new DC/Vertigo title to check out; Sheriff of Babylon #1.

Out of all the new number one Marvel comics coming this Wednesday, there is one with the most potential to hit the right cord with fans and that comic is Daredevil #1. Written by Charles Soule and art from Ron Garney, the new Daredevil series will see some nice gains. The Joe Quesada variant is awesome. The other number one issues from Marvel are All-New Inhumans #1, All-New X-Men #1, and Guardians Of Infinity #1.

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The hottest book this week will probably be Howard The Duck #2. Yes Howard cracked the InvestComics Hot Picks a few weeks ago for the same exact reason it will this week, the culprit is…..Gwenpool. She appears in issue two and the incentive Tom Fowler variant cover is sold out. Good luck getting your paws on that one right away at a decent price.

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Check out the new Invincible Iron Man #4 comic. It may have a new villain appearance, but there’s also that appearance from Mary Jane and her gracing both the regular and variant covers. It’s a nice change of pace actually to see Mary Jane out of the Spidey element in a different comic altogether (on the covers no less too). Both Iron Man covers are awesome and need your attention.

Red Wolf’s first appearance was in Avengers #80 (1970) and Red Wolf #1 comes out this week.

So a new Ultimate Spider-Man comic will debut this week. It’s called Spidey #1. Same premise as the Ultimate title, focusing on a younger Peter and his early years as Spider-Man.

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The Marvel Star Wars Vader Down crossover event continues in Star Wars #13.

The silliest comic book title of the year has to go to Marvel’s Totally Awesome Hulk #1. Marvel’s feeble attempt at being “hip” is about 16 years too late. When was the last time you heard anyone utter the words “Totally awesome” within the context of describing a person. “Totally Awesome mom”? “Totally Awesome Greg”? “Totally Awesome boss”? See what we’re getting at here? The title falls flat on its face. Thank goodness there are a couple of super talents on this comic to give it worth a look. Greg Pak (Planet Hulk, Skaar, World War Hulk, etc) will write and the totally awesome Frank Cho will be on art duties. See what we did there? Anyways, the series may do okay (don’t foresee a long run here), but expect a title change eventually because that’s just plan silly. “Hello? Yes yes okay, hey Marvel, the 90’s are calling and want their title back”.

451 Media Group seems to sell out of a book every week. A few weeks ago we gave you a heads up on Sunflower #1 and that sold out. Now it looks like Sunflower #2 will follow that lead.

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A couple of new comics from Action Lab Entertainment this Wednesday, Actionverse #0 and Bigfoot Sword Of The Earthman #1.

After-Shock Comics will start arriving to a comic shop near you this Wednesday. Check out Replica #1 from writer Paul Jenkins and artist Andy Clarke. After-Shock Comics has some major talents coming on board to deliver some in your face stories and great art. Here’s the very first offering from a new comic book publishing company.

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By now comic collectors realize that if Black Mask Comics puts out a new number one issue, you buy it. The comic to get this week is X’ed #1.

Gryphon Knights releases Millennials You Are Special #1. The villains for this first issue? The Debt Collectors. This comic sounds like fun!

Two number one comics from Overground Comics to check out, Absent Captain #1 and Graduate #1.

If you’re thinking about jumping on board the Valiant Entertainment universe, you should do it this Wednesday. A must check out book; X-O Manowar Presents Commander Trill #0. If you want or yearn for continuity and or good story lines, then you must get on the Valiant Entertainment bus. They are the real deal.

Carver A Paris Story #1 (Z3 Comics) will be co-written by Paul Pope.

A new number one comic from Dark Horse, Mystery Girl #1.

Image Comics introduces a new western style comic, Black Jack Ketchum #1.

DC Comics Looney Tunes variant covers; Cyborg #5 (Cully Hamner) and Teen Titans #14 (Joe Quinones).

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Robin War 1

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Batman Checklist #2

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Batman Checklist (Part 2 of 3)

Detective Comics #27 – Okay so if you live in Riverdale or maybe even Asgard you probably won’t know what this comic signifies. But we are here to educate aren’t we?! This is this first appearance of Commissioner Gordon. No really it is…but this isn’t the reason this comic goes for a whopping 1.2 million dollars. This is the birth; the entrance into the DC universe of the Dark Knight himself, Batman.

Detective Comics #29 – The first appearance of Dr. Death.

Detective Comics #31 – You can venture a guess on JUST how important a comic book character is when the listing’s of the book contain first appearance’s of his gadgets and modes of transportation. This here folks contains the first look at the Batarang and Batplane. No big deal right? How about $70,000 for this comic? Yes thought so.

Detective Comics #33 – if there was a comic that was as important as Batman’s first appearance it’s this comic right here. The origin of Batman coming in at the $85,000 range.

Detective Comics #36 – First appearance of Dr. Hugo Strange and Batman’s finned gloves. Yes those little pointy glove things….first appearance. Yes he’s an important dude.

Detective Comics #38 – Ah yes the Boy Wonder! Robin makes his first appearance right here. Boy oh boy if that Robin character only knew what he was to get into. Death, bad guy, resurrected, new identity, new costume, replaced, quit……..etc. But this isn’t about the second fiddle dude, although this sidekick does command some big bucks here. Say around $85,000.

Detective Comics #45 – The first Joker story within the Detective Comics series.

Detective Comics #58 – First appearance of the Penguin.

Detective Comics #66 – The villain Two-Face makes his debut here.

Detective Comics #108 – ….And in this issue we see the famous Bat signal for the first time. This comic cost a measly $900.

Detective Comics #140 – What website gives you a great way to stock up on your portfolio? InvestComics! See that was a feeble attempt at a riddle. Here’s another bad attempt… Why can $8000 get you your first riddle? Because $8000 will get you the first appearance of the Riddler!

Detective Comics #168 – A two-fer issue! The first appearance of the Red-Hood and Joker’s Origin. A nice $6k buy.

Detective Comics #205 – Ever wonder how the Batcave got to be the Batcave? Well here’s the explanation comic on that thought. The origin of the Batcave!

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Detective Comics #225 – Here’s a nice book to own. The first appearance of Martain Manhunter.

Detective Comics #230 –The debut of the Mad Hatter. Hatman!

Detective Comics #233 – The first appearance and origin of Batwoman. An underpriced $2,000.

Detective Comics #235 –The Batman costume gets its own origin comic!

Detective Comics #265 – Batman origin with new reveals.

Detective Comics #267 – First appearance and origin of Bat-Mite.

Detective Comics #327 – The Bat symbol is changed in this issue.

Detective Comics #359 – The New Batgirl debuts here. Nice costume!

Detective Comics #369 –Game changer creator in a Batman comic; Neal Adams draws a backup in this issue. More on Neal Adams in Part 3!

Detective Comics #370 – And sticking with Neal Adams here. This comic is the first Neal Adams Batman art. The last issue was his debut inside of a Bat book, but he didn’t draw Batman. He did a backup story. The same month though he did the Brave and the Bold #75 cover which also featured a Batman cover, but this comic came out before that one.

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Detective Comics #373 – The first appearance of Mr. Freeze.

Detective Comics #523 – Debut of Killer Croc.

Detective Comics #526 – 500th anniversary issue with every single Batman villain ever appearing in it!

Detective Comics #587 – The first work of creator Alan Grant.

That’s the Batman Detective Comics list……check out Batman Checklist Part 3!

 

Invest wisely. Read Batman comics.

Jay Katz