Here at Kaboooooom we love our comic books, but if youâ€™re new to the game or just donâ€™t frequent the local comic shop, it can be hard to know where to start. For that, weâ€™re here to help. Every week weâ€™ll share with you our recommendations for what you should be checking out and what you need to know before you crack that cover â€“ itâ€™s Kabooooomâ€™s Pull List!
Pull List: Hercules #5, Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Five #15 (Digital), Rick and Morty #12, Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #6
This Weekâ€™s Must Read: King Conan: Wolves Beyond The Border #4
Tim Truman and Tomas Giorelloâ€™s takes on Conan are always worth a read and this latest mini-series has proven no exception. Based on the opening fragment of a story that Robert E. Howard never finished, Trumanâ€™s script captures the essence of Howardâ€™s oeuvre and Giorelloâ€™s art captures the visceral nature of Hyboria with a success few artists have equaled. This issue is a worthy end to a worthy series.
Pull List: Wayward #15, Black Science #21, Darth Vader #18, JLA #8
This Weekâ€™s Must Read: Saga #35
There are times when I look at my ever-growing â€śneed to readâ€ť stack and I have no clue what to dive into. In those moments of indecision thereâ€™s one series I always find comfort inâ€”Saga. So with a bare pull, Saga #35 is what must be read. Itâ€™s always good, so you canâ€™t go wrong. Thereâ€™s always something unexpected and over the past 34 issues, Iâ€™ve found myself loving its large cast of characters. If youâ€™re not reading this series, itâ€™s reliably satisfying at every turn.
Pull List: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #2, Ghostbusters International #3, TMNT Deviations #1, Saga #35
This Weekâ€™s Must Read: Four Eyes: Hearts of Fire # 3
Joe Kelly and Max Fiumaraâ€™s Image Comics’ series about dragon fights and organized crime is in the midst of a baptism by fire. As Enrico and his four-eyed dragon train to rise from the ashes of defeat, crime-lord Chrisoforo Boccioniâ€™s grip on their city tightens. The second volume of Four Eyes is a much anticipated and desired sequel to its first – Forged in Flames. Issue three of the four part story proves to be a fresh, beautifully colored story about coming of age in an age of dragons.