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Discussion in 'Comic Book Culture' started by Comics.Bot, Aug 19, 2012.
-All New X Men #1
-All New X Men #2
-Captain America #1
-Dead Pool #1
-Dead Pool #2
-Fantastic Four #1
-Iron Man #1
-Iron Man #2
-Uncanny Avengers #2
Maybe(will at least try issue 1)
-Indestructible Hulk #1
-Thor: God Of Thunder #1
Marvel NOW is stealing my wallet!
UNCANNY AVENGERS #2
ALL-NEW X-MEN #1 & #2
CAPTAIN AMERICA #1
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #697-698
DAREDEVIL: END OF DAYS #2
PUNISHER: WAR ZONE #2
WINTER SOLDIER #13
WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #20-21
FIRST X-MEN #4
WOLVERINE: MAX #2
looks like i'll be sticking with captain america a little longer. with all new x-men, i finally get an x-men book that suit's my needs (a set definitive roster, a roster with familiar/classic characters, big name writer or artist). my only problem is the premise. the teenage classic x-men transported into the future sounds interesting and all, but how long can marvel keep this series going? the whole "they cant find out about their future" is going to be a major problem here and will get played out/old really quick.
I'll be getting my usually series (Amazing Spider-Man, Daredevil, Hawkeye, and Winter Soldier). I'm also collecting Hulk, which will be turning into Red She-Hulk, however, I'm about 20 issues behind on that series, so it's going to be a good, long while until I catch up to Red She-Hulk.
Aside from that, I'm getting:
FF #1 - Looks like the type of quirky series I'd enjoy.
Spaceknights #2 - Rom!
Indestructible Hulk #1 - I had no interest in this series until I saw Waid was writing it. He does great, old school, fun comics.
I was thinking about picking up the new Captain America series, but the whole "Dimension Z" thing has me worried. I'll probably wait for some reviews before I make up my mind. And I'm curious about the All New X-Men concept, but I've found the mutant side of Marvel to be too impenetrable and uninviting, so I'll be skipping that.
My Marvel shake-ups this month are that I dropped Age of Apocalypse and Incredible Hulk. Both started good, but took a big dip in quality.
Also, I have to say, there's something incredibly stupid about having the original team on a book called "All-New X-Men."
-New Avengers #33
-New Avengers #34: Thus ends Bendis' run and the start of Hickman's, and with it me leaving the titles.
-Avenging Spider-Man #14: This is the first issue of the book that not even the solicitation sound that interesting. It's usually been pretty solid.
-Ultimate Comics X-Men #18.1
-Ultimate Comics X-Men #19
-Punisher: War Zone #2 (of 5)
-Hawkeye #4: I was blown away by the first issue, and I had high hopes going in. Off to a great start.
-Winter Soldier #13
-Gambit #5 & #6
-Uncanny X-Force #33 & #34: Sort of on the fence with dropping this as well. Just holding off to see what happens after this storyline ends.
-X-Factor #246 & 247
-Hit-Girl #5 (of 5)
May Get/Not Getting But Worth Note
-Indestructible Hulk #1: I liked what Waid did with Daredevil, but I already liked Daredevil before, so it was just icing. Not a big Hulk fan, so I doubt I'll give this a go.
-Uncanny Avengers #2: If the first issue is good.
-Captain America #1: Still on the fence with this. Remender isn't bad, but the ideas he's shown for this just look bad.
-Deadpool #1-2: Again, unsure. The ideas are there, but I just don't know.
-Avengers Academy #39: Sadly, the little book that could comes to an end. Nice cover, though.
-Ultimate Comics Ultimates #18: Gotta admit, that's one damn nice cover.
-Marvel's Iron Man 2 Adaption #1 (of 2): Wow. Only two years late!
I'll be buying the usual this month:
Amazing Spider-Man #697
Amazing Spider-Man #698
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #17