Here at Kaboooooom we love our comic books, but if you’re new to the game or just don’t frequent the local comic shop, it can be hard to know where to start. For that, we’re here to help. Every week we’ll share with you our recommendations for what you should be checking out and what you need to know before you crack that cover – it’s Kabooooom’s Pull List!
Pull List: Detective Comics #936, Nightwing: Rebirth #1, Wonder Woman #2, Gwenpool, The Unbelievable #4
This Week’s Must Read: The Wicked + The Divine #21
The Wicked + The Divine #21 is the penultimate issue in what has been an amazing and thrilling story arc. The gods, led by a vengeful Persephone, are at war with Ananke and hell is about to break loose! Those who’ve been following along with this incredible series from the get-go won’t want to miss this issue, that’s for sure.
Pull List: Adventures of Supergirl #13 (Digital Edition), Descender #13, Detective Comics #936, Disney Darkwing Duck #3, Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Year Two #12, Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor #4, Flash #2, Hal Jordan and The Green Lantern Corps Rebirth #1 [Review], Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Five #30 (Digital Edition), Nightwing Rebirth #1, Rick And Morty Lil Poopy Superstar #1, Wonder Woman #2
This Week’s Must Read: Conan The Slayer #1 [Review]
What more can I say that I didn’t say in my advance review of this book? This book is sword-and-sorcery done right and easily the best monthly Conan comic since Roy Thomas’ Conan: Road of Kings. Even if you aren’t a fan of low fantasy, I’d encourage you to give this issue a look-see. No previous experience with Conan is necessary.
Pull List: Nightwing Rebirth #1, Jem and the Holograms #17, The Wicked + The Divine #21, Rick and Morty Lil Poopy Superstar #1, Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy #2
This Week’s Must Read: Image Firsts: Paper Girls # 1 (Reissue)
From the writer of Saga, The Runaways, Y: The Last Man, and a load of other genre defining works, Brian K. Vaughn delivers yet another series – Paper Girls. A group of cigarette smoking, denim jacket-wearing teens get much more than they bargained for on a simple paper route when they are intercepted by what could be aliens – or perhaps, something even more ominous from the future. Couple that description with DC artist Cliff Chiang’s stunning artwork and color and Paper Girls becomes an absolute must read. Currently, Paper Girls is on its seventh issue, but there is still time to catch up if it hasn’t found its way to your doorstep! Out this week is Image Firsts’ Paper Girls, a re-release of the gripping first issue, and the best part is it’s only a dollar!