Friday, March 16, 2007

Spring Break Comics! (3-21-07)

30 Days of Night: Spreading the Disease #4 (OF 5)
52 Week #46
Amazing Spider-Man #539
Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #5 (OF 12)
Aquaman, Sword of Atlantis #50
Army @ Love #1
Athena Voltaire: Flight of the Falcon #4 (OF 4)
Batman Confidential #4
Birds of Prey #104
Brave & the Bold #2
Cable/Deadpool #38
Captain America #25 CWSpecial Reorder, All Copies Reserved
Checkmate #12
Civil War: Battle Damage Report
Conan #38
Daily Bugle – April Edition
Deadman #8
Deathblow #4
Detective Comics #830
Dinowars: Jurassic War of the Worlds #4 (OF 4)
Disney Jr. vol 3: Lion King GN
Dragonlance Chronicles vol 3 #1 (OF 12)
Escape of the Living Dead Annual #1
Exiles #92
Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser TP
Flash, the Fastest Man Alive #10
Ghost in the Shell 1.5: Human Error Processor #6
Gold Digger #83
Hero by Night #1 (OF 4)
Ion #12 (OF 12)
John Romita Jr: 30th Anniversary Special
JSA #4
Marvel Adventures Avengers #11
Ms Marvel #13
Mystery in Space #7 (OF 8)
New Avengers vol 4: Collective TP
Noble Causes #28
Omega Men #6 (OF 6)
Punisher Presents: Barracuda Max #2 (OF 5)
Ramayan 3392 AD #7
Runaways Saga
Sadhu #6
Scooby Doo #118
Shadowpact #11
Shrugged #5
Sonic the Hedgehog #173
Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane #16
Spirit #4
Star Trek: Mirror Mirror Uhura Figure
Supergirl #15
Testament #16
Thunderbolts #112shortage replacement
Transformers Prime Directive: Movie Prequel #2
Transformers Spotlight: Soundwave
Ultimate Power #4 (OF 9)
Walking Dead #36
Wisdom #4 (OF 6)
X-23: Target X #4 (OF 6)
X-Factor #17

X-Men #197
X-Men: First Class #7 (OF 8)
Y The Last Man #55

Amazing Spider-Man #539 - Civil War is over, Aunt May is dead or dying after getting shot, everyone on the planet knows who Spider-Man is, and he's on the run from Tony Stark's hero-hunting government. He's not in a good mood. So he's pulling out the black threads. Don't miss the Back in Black story!

Army @ Love #1 – Rick Veitch has put together a story that crosses elements of 24 with MASH and Hogan’s Heroes, and the end result is, well, weird. Kind of like Spring Break with machine guns. How can you not at least want to flip through it?

Brave and the Bold #2 – George Perez and Mark Waid team up to bring you DC’s latest version of this classic title. In this first storyline, Batman and Green Lantern team up to figure out how the same dead body showed up in multiple places (including outer space) at the same time – a freaky thing to have to figure out, but if anybody can do it, it’s these two!

Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser TP - Discover the stories that defined the genre of sword & sorcery through the eyes of legendary comics writer Howard Chaykin and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola! Since their first appearance in 1939, Fritz Leiber's Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser have ranked among the most beloved characters in fantasy. Their rollicking adventures in the fantastic land of Nehwon have influenced the work of some of the best in modern fantasy, including Michael Moorcock, Terry Pratchett, and countless others. In other words, this is a classic, and you need to pick it up.

Hero by Night #1 - What would you do if you discovered a dead or vanished superhero's secret hideout in your own apartment building? Depends on who you are, I guess. Jack King decides to auction off some of the hero's memorabilia. But Jack's efforts to cash in attract the attention of the hero's archenemy--a villain even the Hero By Night couldn't destroy. Things, as you might imagine, only go downhill from there.

John Romita Jr.: 30th Anniversary Special - Featuring An All-New Short Story Written by NEIL GAIMAN! Cover by JOHN ROMITA SR. Thirty years ago, a young John Romita Jr. walked into the Marvel Comics offices, looking for work as an artist. Despite his impressive legacy as the son of famed Spider-Man artist John Romita Sr., Romita Jr. faced a difficult entry into the intensively competitive field. But through the years, Romita Jr. proved without a doubt he possessed the rare skill, creativity and dedication to be a successful professional. Crafting a historic career that places him among the industry's elite talents, he has illustrated nearly every Marvel character - from Spider-Man to the X-Men. Romita Jr. has never been my favorite artist, but a new story by Neil Gaiman? I’m there for that!

Runaways Saga – Told from the viewpoint of the Runaways’ youngest member, this issue recaps the entire Runaways story up to this point. Why? Because Brian K. Vaughan is leaving the book and a new writer is taking over. Who? None other than fan favorite JOSS WHEDON!! This has been a critically acclaimed book from the start, and you know Joss is going to meet or exceed expectations. You definitely want to get caught up on this book ASAP!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Josh I need your help buddy.
I didnt have an email for you so this was the best i could do. A friend found a stack of comics in her closet at home and wanted me to see if she had any thing good.
I throw a list to you and if you just want to reply back in an email to

Moonshadow 9 -1986
Donnie Jupiters Cartune Land 4-1987
D.P.7 10-1987
Green Lantern 138&139
The Avengers 203-1980
Man Thing 10 1981
Ghost Rider 65 1981
Dr Strange 41 1980
Dr Strange 51 1981
The Incredible Hulk 95 1980
The Incredible Hulk 258 1981
Fantastic Four 230 1981
X-Men 1&2 1991 (Magneto Triumphant)
The New Mutants 87
Dazzler 3 1981

I dont know if its anything big and I know it might be alot of trouble but it would mean alot to my friend.
Thanx buddy,