Top 5 Comics This Week

InvestComics/Trending Pop Culture – Est. 2005
Every week before new comic book day,
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1st Devil-Hulk

The Immortal Hulk #38Most will call this comic the first appearance of Devil-Hulk, but it’s really not. The secret variant cover will probably be a Devil-Hulk solo. it’s going to be a modern speculators dream to promote this as the very first appearance just to booster up their sales and cred. Back in the year 2000, writer Paul Jenkins, along with artist Ron Garney created a “persona” for Bruce Banner. That persona was Devil-Hulk. Devil-Hulk never touched reality, it was a persona. So, in The Incredible Hulk #13 (2000), we get our first look at Devil-Hulk. Right? But modern expert collectors, video gimmicks, and new age spec sites will dismiss this comic because the easier comic to get/hype and dump is the one arriving this Wednesday. See how this all works?
Warhammer 40,000 Marneus Calgar #1 – Marvel’s first crack at the Warhammer 40k franchise. Writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jacen Burrows. Fans of InvestComics will recall we interviewed director Martyn Pick of the Warhammer 40k Ultramarines animation movie back in 2005. Check that out right HERE.
Dark Nights Death Metal #4 – The Watchmen franchise makes its way to the Greg Capullo cover of this comic. 
Commanders In Crisis #1 – A new Image Comics superhero TEAM book? Yes, please! Writer Steve Orlando and artist Davide Tinto.
Captain America #24 – For a couple of weeks now, we have informed you about Marvel doing their Fortnite variant cover thing. If one of these Fortnite characters ever make the leap into the Marvel Universe, one of these covers will be their first appearance. Artist Ed McGuinness supplies the Captain America/Fortnite character cover. Another variant cover from this title this week brings a question of randomness. Cover artist Mirka Andolfo brings in Capwolf!  Why Capwolf? Probably because it’s October and every Wednesday will be Halloween in the comic book world. Capwolf first appeared in Captain America #405 (1992).   

Top 5 Comic This Week
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DIE!Namite #1
Avengers #37  
The Amazing Spider-Man #50 
Vampirella #14 
Rorschach #1 
DC The Doomed And The Damned #1 
Concrete Jungle #1 
The Vain #1 
Devils Red Bride #1 
Carmine #1 
DC Comics Batman Hush MAFEX Action Figure  Medicom
X-Men Wolverine 1-10 Scale Battle Diorama Art Scale Statue  Iron Studios
Avengers Endgame Black Widow 1-10 Scale Battle Diorama Art Scale Statue – Iron Studios

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