Pull List Roundtable 11/13/19 – Fallen Angels #1, Family Trees #1, Far Sector #1 & More!

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James Fulton

This is a pretty varied week, with some debuts and notable books.

  • Black Stars Above – Lonnie Nadler writing a historical comic? I’ll check that out.
  • Fallen Angels – This is the most random of the Dawn of X books, but I’ve like what I’ve read from Bryan Hill, and I like Kid Cable, so I’m down to check out the first arc of this series.
  • Family Tree – I don’t know much about this, but it’s Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester, so how can it go wrong?
  • For Real – James Romberger has a new comic paying homage to Jack Kirby. I like Romberger’s work, which is pretty rare, so I’m curious for this.
  • I’m also looking forward to new issues of Black Hammer/Justice League, Gideon Falls, Ginseng Roots, Guardians of the Galaxy, Invaders, Oblivion Song, Psi-Lords, Sea of Stars, Star Wars, Star Wars: Target Vader, Trees: Three Fates, and X-Men.

John Babos

7 books this week.

  • Detective Comics #1015
  • Event Leviathan #6
  • Far Sector #1
  • Hawkman #18
  • Justice League Odyssey #15
  • Superman #17
  • X-Men #2

Mike Maillaro

Lots of new series to talk about this week…

  • Dollhouse Family #1 – DC’s horror line edited by Joe Hill continues with Dollhouse Family. Basketful of Heads was a pretty crazy book, so I will definitely give this one (and the rest of the line) a fair look. There just aren’t enough great horror comics out there these days. It is one of my favorite genres of comics, and I always want more!
  • Family Tree #1 – Jeff Lemire is one of those writers that I will always check out whatever new first issue they put out. Not everything he does appeals to me, but everything tends to be creative and clever. Add Phil Hester on art, and I will be a customer every time.
  • Morbius #1 – I’ve been a fan of Morbius for a while, and the last series ended so abruptly. I know Marvel will end up breaking my heart again by ending this series far before I am ready to let it go, but I still will support it for as long as I can.
  • Punisher Soviet #1 – Garth Ennis returns for another Punisher story! Someone is murdering Russian mobsters, and it ain’t Frank Castle. Ennis seems to always tell a strong Punisher story. I kind of see that as part of an unofficial part of Marvel’s 80th Anniversary with a lot of “classic” creators coming back to works they were closely tied to.
  • Fallen Angels #1 – Probably the strangest choice for Dawn of X launch titles. This seems to have no connection to the old New Mutants spin off of the same name. Then again Marauders had no real connection to the original group either. Pretty fun team here. Dawn of X has been a solid follow up to House of X/Powers of X. I actually have digital subscriptions to all 6 Dawn of X books, and have no plans to change that any time soon.
  • Usagi Yojimbo #6 – Issue 5 was one of the best comics I have ever read. I hadn’t really read much Usagi before the current series, but after the last two issues, I am certainly hooked!
  • Midnight Vista #3
  • Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter Of Terror Season 2 #2 (Of 6),
  • Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers #25
  • Black Hammer Justice League Hammer Of Justice #5 (Of 5)
  • Batman And The Outsiders #7
  • Batman’s Grave #2 (Of 12)
  • Detective Comics #1015
  • Event Leviathan #6 (Of 6)
  • Flash #82
  • Hawkman #18
  • Justice League Odyssey #15
  • Superman #17
  • Wonder Woman #82
  • Marvel Action Spider-Man #11
  • Uncle Scrooge #50
  • Hit-Girl Season Two #10
  • Sea Of Stars #5
  • Agents Of Atlas #4 (Of 5)
  • Black Cat Annual #1
  • Black Panther And The Agents Of Wakanda #3
  • Future Foundation #4
  • Guardians Of The Galaxy #11
  • History Of The Marvel Universe #5 (Of 6)
  • Invaders #11
  • Runaways #27
  • Savage Sword Of Conan #11
  • Star Wars #74
  • Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Dark Temple #4 (Of 5)
  • Star Wars Target Vader #5 (Of 6)
  • X-Men #2
  • Doctor Mirage #4 (Of 5)
  • Psi-Lords #6

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