COMICS!!!|OT| June 2019 | ...Kind of a step back for feminism

Will Batman marry Catwoman during Tom Kings Batman storyline?


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Leviathan #1 By Bendis, Maleev (June 12th) - The groundbreaking and always-inventive team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev (Jinxworld’s SCARLET, Marvel’s Daredevil) reunite on a mystery thriller that stretches across the DC Universe and touches every character from Batman to Superman to the Question to Talia al Ghul. With startling ease, a newly dangerous and aggressive Leviathan wipes out all its competition and now turns its sights to molding the world into its vision of order. Can the new threat’s growth be stopped...and who’s guiding its new agents of chaos?

Superman Year One #1 By Miller, Romita Jr, Miki (June 19th) - From the burning world of Krypton to the bucolic fields of Kansas, the first chapter of SUPERMAN YEAR ONE tracks Clark Kent’s youth in Kansas, as he comes to terms with his strange powers and struggles to find his place in our world.

Aquaman #49 By DeConnick, Bogdanovic, Glapion (June 19th) - The truth about how Aquaman lost his memory is finally revealed! But can Arthur handle the shocking truth? Whom will Queen Mera decide to marry? And how will Arthur escape the jaws of the terrifying Mother Shark? The tides of changes are upon us, and it all leads to next month’s landmark AQUAMAN #50!

The Batman Who Laughs #6 By Snyder, Jock (June 12th) - True happiness begins in the heart. Our memories and emotions can play tricks on us, though, and divert one’s reality into something completely different. The Batman Who Laughs has based his entire worldview on this very concept, and it is in this moment that he must finally confront the one man who stands in his way, the one man who could complete or halt his plan…the last Bruce Wayne. It is here, on the home turf of Wayne Manor, that Bruce relives the happiest moment of his life—the moment he became the Batman Who Laughs. Will Batman be able to outthink the Dark Multiverse version of himself and stop his most sinister end? Or will the original Dark Knight succumb fully and let go of his morality? While good almost always wins, this issue is the start of something more…setting up a larger plan based in the ultimate betrayal of infection, loyalty and true happiness. This is not the end…it’s only the beginning.

Justice League #25 By Snyder, Jimenez (June 5th) - The “Sixth Dimension” storyline wraps up in this oversize issue as Superman faces down the World Forger to save the Justice League! Can Superman withstand the might of a being that can create worlds from nothing?! Plus, with the Justice League away, Mr. Mxyzptlk’s been wreaking havoc! Can anyone on Earth stand up to the fifth-dimensional menace?

Martian Manhunter #6 By Orlando, Rossmo (June 26th) - Mars burns and the sins of J’onn J’onnz come back to kill him! J’onn will do everything in his power to save his family from H’ronnmeer’s Curse—but once they discover the type of Manhunter he really is, will they want to go anywhere with him?

Naomi #6 By Bendis, Walker, Campbell (June 19th) -This is it, the end of the first season of NAOMI by the breakout collaboration of writers Brian Michael Bendis and David F. Walker and artist Jamal Campbell! With her origins finally revealed, Naomi embraces the journey ahead and charts a course for the future and her role.

The Wild Storm #24 By Ellis, Davis-Hunt (June 19th) - The final issue. The final act. IO has betrayed the world, and Skywatch wants to burn it. The only people in the middle are Jenny Mei Sparks’ ragtag team of wounded orphans of the secret world. The storm has hit. This is how it ends.

Young Justice #6 By Bendis, Timms, Casagrande (June 5th) - The secrets of Gemworld begin to unlock themselves for the newly reformed members of Young Justice—Tim Drake, Conner Kent, Jinny Hex, Wonder Girl, Impulse and the new Teen Lantern—but is it too late for the teen heroes to help Amethyst bring some order to her chaotic realm? Fan-favorite artist Elena Casagrande also joins the team as she delivers a look at Jinny Hex’s origins and how she came to be in Metropolis on the day the new Young Justice formed.

Teen Titans #31 By Glass, Chang (June 19th) - Lobo brought Crush into this world…and now he’s gonna take her out! But the timing couldn’t be worse for the Teen Titans, with Damian’s secret prison exposed to the rest of the team, not to mention Deathstroke’s death looming over them—can the team put their drama aside to help Crush battle her deadbeat dad? Or will Lobo be the final nail in the coffin for the newest Teen Titans?

Flash #73 By Williamson, Porter (June 26th) - “The Flash Year One” continues! As our hero picks up the pieces from his disastrous defeat at the hands of the Turtle, the rise of the Rogues in Central City gives the Flash renewed resolve. But Barry is still learning to master his abilities, and while an experienced speedster might know how to outrun a gun, this time he may not be so lucky…

The Green Lantern #8 By Morrison, Sharp (June 5th) - Green Lantern teams up with Green Arrow to stop a cosmic drug cartel that’s using Earth as its main distribution base! It’s a brilliant homage to the team-ups of old, as Morrison and Sharp do the 2019 version in a story we can only call “Space Junkies!”




War of Realms #6 By Aaron, Dautermann (June 26th) - The tides begin to turn as unexpected allies appear in a twist that will shake the heavens! Malekith’s allies are faltering at last before the might of all Earth’s heroes, but the Dark Elf King has one final trick — and it’s got a VENOMOUS bite! Out of options, the God of Thunder makes a sacrifice that will leave him forever changed. But will it be enough? And what heroes may fall in his wake? Midgard’s fate is sealed as Jason Aaron’s years-long saga comes to its epic conclusion!

Black Cat #1 By McKay, Foreman (June 5th) - The Black Cat is back and starring in her first ever ongoing series! Felicia Hardy has a taste for the finer things in life and a certain set of skills that can get her into any mansion, vault or museum to…procure said finer things. But due to her actions in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, Felicia’s not only on the run from the police but also by the New York Theives Guild and their boss ODESSA DRAKE! High-octane heists, climactic chases and twist after twist that will keep you on the edge of your seat like a cat on a perch. IN THIS ISSUE: Find out a secret from Cat’s past in a bonus story that sets a foundation for the future! All this and an all-new MARVEL MEOW short story by Nao Fuji!

Silver Surfer: Black #1 By Cates. Tradd (June 12th) - Spinning out of GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #1, almost the entire galaxy’s defenders have been blown through a black hole, including the Silver Surfer! But the story doesn’t end there… In order to fight back the oblivion, Surfer will have to fight to save his own soul and not lose himself to the void. Follow the Sentinel of the Spaceways on a journey that will change him forever!

Thor #14 By Aaron, Del Mundo (June 26th) - As a young god, the valiant but unworthy Thor pined for a hammer beyond legend. Now his destiny arrives at last. For the War of the Realms will reach even here, hundreds of years in the past.

Captain America #12 By Coates, Kubert (June 19th) - Captain America is a fugitive! So Captain America must disappear! But that doesn’t mean that Steve Rogers has to give up the fight to prove his innocence and bring the true murderer to justice! It’s time for Cap to try something new!

Spider-Man Annual #1 By Latour, Lafuente (June 26th) - When Spider-Gwen’s dimension-hopping web-watch falls into the wrong hands, it’s up to everyone’s favorite wisecracking web-slinger, the wily waddler known as SPIDER-HAM, to save the day!

Miles Morales: Spider-Man #7 By Ahmed, Martinez, Ackins, Del Rey (June 19th) - After the dramatic conclusion of the first arc, Miles has to take stock in his life. What do his parents think of all of this? How do his friends, particularly Bombshell, react to what’s happened?

Guardians of the Galaxy Annual #1 By Cates, Ewing, Howard, Thompson, Nadler, Cinrar, Moustafa, Andrade (June 5th) - Since the Black Order’s attack on the galaxy’s greatest defenders, the cosmos has been wtihout its heroes. Find out what really happened to Nova, Quasar, Adam Warlock, and Darkhawk! And who better to tell this story than Cosmo, the Spacedog?

Black Panther #13 By Coates, Acuna (June 26th) - Weeks ago, the Black Panther disappeared on a mission into deep space, leaving behind his country, his family and the woman he loves. Find out at last what Wakanda Prime has done without its king. As the race against N’Jadaka’s expansion continues, the goddess Bast makes a dramatic move and T’Challa reaches out for the life he left behind!

Age of X-Man: Nextgen #5 By Brisson, To (June 19th) - The students must confront the truth behind their reality! What must they sacrifice for freedom?

X-Men: Grand Design – X-Tinction #2 By Ed Piskor (June 19th) - It’s here…the final chapter of Marvel’s best-selling prestige series X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN! Out with the old and in with the blue and gold as the X-Men enter the radical ’90s! Revisit innumerous classic storylines like the return of Jean Grey! The trial of Magneto! X-Tinction Agenda!!! And many, many more! With appearances by Jubilee, Gambit and the Reavers! Brought to life by the multi-hyphenate master of graphic fiction himself, Ed Piskor!

Mr. and Mrs. X #12 By Thompson, Bazaldua (June 26th) - Happily Ever After? Rogue and Gambit have had quite the year — will they finally be able to relax and enjoy marital bliss? Don’t bet on it!




Head Lopper #12 By Andrew MacLean (June 26th) - Our heroes fight battles on two fronts—the Goblin horde flooding the city, and the dark wizards above. The stakes are dire.

Unnatural #10 By Mirka Andolfo (June 12th) - The worst has happened: Leslie surrendered! And with her guard finally down, the evil within her just gained the upper hand. The Wolf is finally off-leash and her closest friends will be the first to taste his wrath. Is it really all over?

Monstress #23 By Liu, Takeda (June 19th) - Maika is finally close to getting all the answers she ever wanted—but at what price?

Paper Girls #29 By Vaughan, Chiang, Wilson (June 5th) - It’s the final showdown between past, present, and future in this explosive penultimate issue of the series!

Rumble #13 By Arcudi, Rubin (June 19th) - The Scourge Knights of the Apocalypse keep coming, and its Famine’s turn to destroy the Rumble world.

Rat Queens #16 By Ferrier, Petraites (June 19th) - In the wake of great change, the Rat Queens struggle to reclaim their sisterhood—just as a mysterious force of great vengeance sets its sights on Palisade. For our incorrigible band of adventurers, it’s personal.

The Weatherman Vol 2 #1 By LeHeup, Fox (June 26th) - Nathan Bright has no memory of his alleged role in the terrorist attack that killed 18 billion people, but that isn’t stopping him from trying to atone for the actions of his past self. Hunted by literally everyone in the galaxy, Nathan’s quest for redemption takes him to the scene of the crime—where he discovers that Earth’s not lifeless at all… it’s monstrous!

Birthright #36 By Williamson, Bressan, Lucas (June 5th) - On July 1st, 1946, two park rangers made first contact with a monster born of magic. Now Mikey Rhodes must uncover the secret history of Earth if he is to save it from certain doom.

Farmhand #9 By Guillory (June 19th) - Many vultures gather to dine on the corpse of the Jenkins Family Farm




Five Years #2 By Terry Moore (June 12th) - Ivy and Julie take Tambi to the Heitzer Institute in hopes the company will assist in tracking down Phi bomb labs. Unfortunately the new director has a plan of her own, one that may make matters much worse. Meanwhile, Rachel and Zoe follow Lilith's trail to Egypt and Katchoo is forced to reveal everything to Francine. Can she handle the truth?

Marilyn Manor #1 By Visaggio, Zarcone (June 26th) - Where were you in '81? When the White House goes dark for 17 days in August, the president's spoiled daughter and her best friend Abe-who claims to be possessed by the spirit of Abe Lincoln-throw a rager at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, unearthing long dead historical figures and government secrets that are better off buried. Sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll séances, and secret passageways lead to time-bending mystical romps where past and present collide. But at what cost to Marilyn Kelleher, the world at large, and music television?

Hellboy and the BPRD: The Beast of Vargu By Mignola, Stewart (June 19th) - Mike Mignola and fan-favorite artist Duncan Fegredo reunite in this all-new one-shot! This first issue in a new era of Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. sees Mignola and Fegredo send Hellboy to Romania for a pair of tales set in a small village with a centuries-old curse and a man-eating monster which culminate in a sinister puppet show and a demigod's ill-fated dinner.

Jughead's Time Police #1 By Grace, Charm (June 12th) - When Jughead messes up his Riverdale Annual Bake-Off pie recipe so terribly, he is disqualified and banned from all future Bake-Offs! Jug goes to unthinkable lengths to fix his error: time travel! Even Riverdale's most erudite teenager can't manage the delicate dance of going back in time, and poor Juggie lands himself in an epic battle to keep the time stream intact!

My Hero Academia Vol 19 By Kouhei Horikoshi (June 5th) - In the wake of tragedy, Class 1-A prepares for the upcoming culture festival. While the students are busy planning for success, other forces are at work with their own agendas, and Midoriya, amid the preparations, continues to train with All Might. But when he runs into the failed hero Gentle Criminal, what lesson will he learn?

Promised Neverland Vol 10 By Shirai, Demizu (June 10th) - With Lucas's help, Emma is able to finally uncover the mystery of William Minerva. While their helper may no longer be alive, Emma now knows how to escape the world of demons. However, first they will need to escape Goldy Pond in one piece. And to do that, they'll have to take down some of the most powerful demons they've ever come across!



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Mister Miracle is super good. I’m completely hooked. Hoping BatCat is more of this, less of HiC lol
 
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I didn’t understand the title reference.
Read Batman White Knight

Classic Harley calls new Harleys costume "Kind of a step back for feminism" in White Knight

"You, you left"

"and now I'm taking him back"

"he needs..."

"A violent cheerleader with a bigger rack? I don't think so... And don't even get me STARTED on the clothes ... Kind of a step back for feminism"
 

Weiss

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Which do we hate more: White Knight or Heroes in Crisis?

Or do we just not talk about those anymore?
 

ZattMurdock

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Read Batman White Knight

Classic Harley calls new Harleys costume "Kind of a step back for feminism" in White Knight

"You, you left"

"and now I'm taking him back"

"he needs..."

"A violent cheerleader with a bigger rack? I don't think so... And don't even get me STARTED on the clothes ... Kind of a step back for feminism"
Got it
 

Weiss

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Brought up in the last thread but it is pretty weird that Harley Quinn, who's been morphed into a breakout anti-hero/comedy character for DC, had a writer go "I miss it when she got beat up by the Joker and wore latex", but then White Knight was filled with that kind of shit.

Don't get me wrong, the original Harley Quinn costume is straight fire and never should have gone away, but she's moved on from that characterization for better or worse.
 

MHWilliams

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Someone asked about Action Comics and Superman sales?

Bendis
Superman #10: 48,802
Action Comics #1010: 42,317

Rebirth - Tomasi/Jurgens
Superman #10: 66,956
Superman #11: 61,973
Action Comics #967: 50,611
Action Comics $968: 48,931

DC You - Yang/Pak (They started on #25)
Superman #35: 53,692
Action Comics #35: 45,152

New 52 - Jurgens/Morrison
Superman #10: 59,081
Action Comics #10: 80,751
 

Weiss

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Oct 25, 2017
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Someone asked about Action Comics and Superman sales?

Bendis
Superman #10: 48,802
Action Comics #1010: 42,317

Rebirth - Tomasi/Jurgens
Superman #10: 66,956
Superman #11: 61,973
Action Comics #967: 50,611
Action Comics $968: 48,931

DC You - Yang/Pak (They started on #25)
Superman #35: 53,692
Action Comics #35: 45,152

New 52 - Jurgens/Morrison
Superman #10: 59,081
Action Comics #10: 80,751
I am feeling so good about those numbers right now, but then it's not like we'd ever actually get back the Rebirth status quo. It was just too interesting for someone like DiDio.
 
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Brought up in the last thread but it is pretty weird that Harley Quinn, who's been morphed into a breakout anti-hero/comedy character for DC, had a writer go "I miss it when she got beat up by the Joker and wore latex", but then White Knight was filled with that kind of shit.

Don't get me wrong, the original Harley Quinn costume is straight fire and never should have gone away, but she's moved on from that characterization for better or worse.
I agree with this. I won't hear people shitting on that costume. But shes in a much better place and most of that costume doesn't fit anymore.
 

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Someone asked about Action Comics and Superman sales?

Bendis
Superman #10: 48,802
Action Comics #1010: 42,317

Rebirth - Tomasi/Jurgens
Superman #10: 66,956
Superman #11: 61,973
Action Comics #967: 50,611
Action Comics $968: 48,931

DC You - Yang/Pak (They started on #25)
Superman #35: 53,692
Action Comics #35: 45,152

New 52 - Jurgens/Morrison
Superman #10: 59,081
Action Comics #10: 80,751
Holy cow, Morrison's Action Comics was still selling that well by issue #10! And they still havent collected it in anything other than the normal tpbs, and some weird new tpb with just the first 10 issues.
 

ZattMurdock

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Action Comics then was about Lex Luthor as Superman right? That scene where Lex tears off the emblem in the Superman series was so good.
I love Bendis. I want to enjoy his books. The problem is that he keeps spreading himself thin. Like I said last year on the boards, that’s precisely the same shit he did back at Marvel Comics. He should do a Tom King or a old school Bendis and reinvent a character, like The Question. Superman isn’t really his forte.
 

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Is that Jeph Loeb Hulk omni coming out soon a good run? I'm not super big on Loeb's books so far outside of Long Halloween, but the art I saw from a video showing off the omni made it look damn good.

Also how's Scarlet? I don't mind Bendis writing style and have enjoyed his New Avengers and Daredevil so far.

Not too many major collected editions this month.

Just v2 of this.

Will probably be picking this one up. I have the trades, but once I get the Vol 2 omnibus I will have all of Morrisons run in Hardcover.
 

Freezasaurus

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Also how's Scarlet? I don't mind Bendis writing style and have enjoyed his New Avengers and Daredevil so far.
I quite enjoyed it. More the first run than the more recent one, which feels like they passed over a lot of story and skipped right to the end. But it's a series that shows how good Bendis can be when he writes stories that focus on individuals rather than team books. Bendis / Maleev are one of my favorite creator pairings.

I actually just ordered the Absolute Edition the other week.
 

Huggy

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I quite enjoyed it. More the first run than the more recent one, which feels like they passed over a lot of story and skipped right to the end. But it's a series that shows how good Bendis can be when he writes stories that focus on individuals rather than team books. Bendis / Maleev are one of my favorite creator pairings.

I actually just ordered the Absolute Edition the other week.
Nice. Maleev's art in Daredevil is so damn good, it sets the tone and mood so well. Thinking I was gonna get the Absolute also. After having read Daredevil in TPB I really want to see Maleev's artwork in that oversized format.
 

Freezasaurus

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Nice. Maleev's art in Daredevil is so damn good, it sets the tone and mood so well. Thinking I was gonna get the Absolute also. After having read Daredevil in TPB I really want to see Maleev's artwork in that oversized format.
Keep in mind the Absolute is just the reprinted 2010 series he did while he was still with Marvel. The newer series he did at DC isn't included.
 
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My biggest regret in choosing the Shonen Jump app over buying the TPBs is missing out on the colourful row of spines on my bookshelf.

The MHA covers are so good.
Yeah the MHA covers look really awesome on a shelf. I wonder who they will go with on the spines after the kids.
 

El D

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Someone asked about Action Comics and Superman sales?

Bendis
Superman #10: 48,802
Action Comics #1010: 42,317

Rebirth - Tomasi/Jurgens
Superman #10: 66,956
Superman #11: 61,973
Action Comics #967: 50,611
Action Comics $968: 48,931

DC You - Yang/Pak (They started on #25)
Superman #35: 53,692
Action Comics #35: 45,152

New 52 - Jurgens/Morrison
Superman #10: 59,081
Action Comics #10: 80,751
It warms my heart that Yang and Paktion Comics did better than Bendis.

(Although I like Bendis's Action Comics)
 

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June Hardcover Omnibus Releases (via InStockTrades):

Blackest Night Omnibus 10th Anniversary Edition - June 5 - $150 (1664 pages)
Batman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 7 - June 12 - $125 (824 pages)
Hulk by Loeb & McGuinness Omnibus - June 12 - $100 (912 pages)
Batman by Grant Morrison Omnibus Vol. 2 - June 19 - $75 (760 pages)
Heroes Reborn Omnibus - June 26 - $125 (1360 pages)

Other Hardcover Releases:

Alice in Murderland Vol. 11 - June 5
Brandon Sanderson's White Sand Vol. 3 - June 5
City of Others 10th Anniversary Edition - June 5
Dragon Age Masked Empire Deluxe Edition - June 5
For the Kids I Saw In My Dreams HC - June 5
Jim Starlin Dreadstar Definitive Edition - June 5
Marvel's Art of Skottie Young - June 5
Mega Man Zero Official Complete Works - June 5
Sons of Chaos - June 5
Wonder Woman: Spirit of Truth - June 5

Britannia Deluxe Edition
Complete Chester Gould Dick Tracy Vol. 26
Detective Comics #1000 Deluxe Edition
Weird Fantasy Vol. 4
Halo Lone Wolf
Marvel Masterworks Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2
Plants vs. Zombies Snow Thanks
This Was Our Pact

American Comic Book Chronicles 1940-1944
Cardcaptor Sakura Collected Edition Vol. 1 (of 9)
Joe Golem Occult Detective Vol. 3: Drowning City
Singing Rock & Other Brand New Fairy Tales
Transformers IDW Collected Phase 2 Vol. 9

Absolute Swamp Thing Vol. 1 by Alan Moore (cancelled?)
Art of Roy G Krenkel, Father of Heroic Fantasy
Batman: The Long Halloween DC Modern Classics
Berserk Deluxe Edition Vol. 2
BTTM FDRS
Cons de Fee Erotic Art Wallace Wood
Johnny Craig Woman Who Loved Life
Enola Holmes: Case of the Lefthanded Lady
Full Bleed Comics & Culture Quarterly Vol. 1 New Edition
How I Tried to Be a Good Person
O Josephine!
Marvel's The World Outside Your Window
Mysterious Stories Vol. 1
Old Souls
Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta Book 3
Plate Tectonics
Baffling Mysteries Vol. 4
X-Men Eve of Destruction
 

mreddie

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I love Bendis. I want to enjoy his books. The problem is that he keeps spreading himself thin. Like I said last year on the boards, that’s precisely the same shit he did back at Marvel Comics. He should do a Tom King or a old school Bendis and reinvent a character, like The Question. Superman isn’t really his forte.
He'll spread himself further when he gets the Batman books. LOL his run is selling less than the people he replaced, the only one overselling those were the AC 1000
 

Huggy

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Can’t wait for the Monstress hardcover in July. Don’t know if I’m going standard cover or the nice Barnes and Noble exclusive. Only have the first trade so i’m looking forward to what’s next
 

bluexy

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IST's coming soon list doesn't have everything. I use TFAW and sort graphic novel pre-orders oldest-newest for a more complete listing.
Yar, and it's not always updated either. But it's fast and easy to parse. Thanks for the TFAW referral though. I'll check it out, see what I'm missing.

Can’t wait for the Monstress hardcover in July. Don’t know if I’m going standard cover or the nice Barnes and Noble exclusive. Only have the first trade so i’m looking forward to what’s next
I've admitted defeat. I can't decide. The B&N is so nice.
 
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