New Comic Releases for the week of 7-29-2015

Here’s the featured new releases for the week of Wednesday, July 29th, 2015.


Two of the best selling Secret Wars titles come outl this week, starting with Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #3.

Deadpool's Secret War #3Part three of this four issue mini series takes Deadpool back to the original Secret Wars where he was apparently their the whole time. Looks like he’s hijacking Spidey’s new costume from Secret Wars #8 and Amazing Spider-Man #252.

Next is Thors #2, by Jason Aaron and Chris Sprouse.

Thors #2In Battleworld, the Thors act as Doom’s police force, and this is their team book. More of a mythological Hill Street Blues. (does anyone even get that reference anymore?)

Other Secret Wars titles this week include

  • 1602 Witch Hunter Angela #2
  • Age of Ultron Vs Marvel Zombies #2,
  • MODOK Assassin #3
  • X-Men ’92 #2.


Once a year, quite a few of DC’s titles have giant sized ‘annual’ specials. These books may tie into regular continuity or be stand alone stories, but they are a good chance to try out a title you’ve been thinking about picking up.

Several annuals come out this week, including Flash Annual #4.

Flash Annual #4Professor Zoom recruits a new team of villains to hunt down the Flash. A good place to try out the series of you’re interested in the television show.

Also this week is Batgirl Annual #3.

Batgirl Annual #3Batgirl crosses over with Grayson and Gotham Academy.
Other annuals from DC this week include:

  • Deathstroke Annual #1
  • Gotham Academy Annual #1
  • Lobo Annual #1.


The new Star Wars title has quickly become the number four best selling book in the shop, just after Batman, Secret Wars, and Amazing Spider-Man. This week’s issue is a stand alone story featuring Ben Kenobi.

Star Wars #7That’s right, we said Ben, not Obi-Wan. Written by series regular Jason Aaron yet drawn by the talented Simone Bianchi.

Here’s a super cool 1:25 variant cover by original Walking Dead artist Tony Moore.


August 1st will start the beginning of our new graphic novel buy back program.

civil warWe regularly have people ask about wanting to get rid of some of their old books. We will be buying back graphic novels at the rate of 10 cents on the dollar for cash and 15 cents on the dollar for trade. These books will be put back into the system in our 50% off bins. We ask that graphic novels be in decent shape, and we reserve the right to refuse books that we don’t need. (of course) If you choose credit it must be used when you cash in the books. This program will last two weeks (until August 14th) when we will reassess the program and see if we want to keep it around. Clear out those old books and we’ll make sure they get to someone who wants them.