New Comic Releases for 9-2-2015 at CNJComics
Here’s the featured new releases coming out Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015.
It seems like every week we feature Secret Wars titles, but we’ve been getting so much enjoyment out of it that it’s hard to look away.
- Age of Apocalypse #3
- Age of Ultron Verse Marvel Zombies #4
- Future Imperfect #5
- Hail HYDRA #2 (pictured)
- House of M #2
- Spider-Island #3
- Squadron Sinister #3
- Star Lord and Kitty Pryde #3
- Thors #3
Please ask the staff for any recommendations as everyone has their own favorite titles. (top of my pile will be Thors, Age of Ultron Vs Marvel Zombies and Future Imperfect)
Before his new ongoing in November, Deadpool’s got one more mini series to get through, Deadpool vs Thanos.
This week’s indie book of the week is Plutona #1 from Image Comics and Jeff Lemire.
Plutona follows the story of five suburban kids who make a shocking discovery while exploring the woods one day after school…the body of the world’s greatest super hero Pluntona, laying dead in the mud and grass. “Plutona will use the super hero genre as an entry point into a dark journey that explores the nature of friendship and good and evil, all through the eyes of four children alone in the woods.” Lemire’s last two series, Trillium and Descender, were both critical hits, and his work on Green Arrow and Hawkeye has been fun as well.
For fans of Mad Max Fury Road, we’re finally getting the graphic novel collecting all the one shots and mini-series we’ve been selling out of.
It’s worth mentioning that some people think these stories ruined the movie, but that’s for you to decide.
The Miracleman reprints have just entered the Neil Gaiman issues, so Marvel has decided to renumber them (go figure) at #1.
Thanks to everyone who came out this past weekend in support of Jack Kirby’s birthday and the Kirby4Heroes Initiative. Thanks to you, we’ll be donating $620 dollars to the cause!
The winner of the KING SIZE KIRBY Hardcover is Kevin Zonar and the winner of the Mother-Box is Andrew Sboukis. Congrats to both!
Finally, Comic Book Resources published a pretty cool article about the shop this week. It’s also got some pretty cool links to some of the stuff we’ve done in the past. Learn a little bit more about the shop here: