A mixed list this week with DC not appearing on the list – well, if you still count Vertigo as a separate publishers that is…
With The Amazing Spider-Man fast approaching, some fans might not know the past history of our neighbourhood web-slinger but Marvel are putting out this new book to clear everything up. Retelling the birth of Spider-Man, Peter Parker has to deal with love, responsibility and new powers.
BENDIS AND OEMING ON A BOOK AGAIN! Did I mention it was Bendis and Oeming on a book again? Powers is by far my favourite book out their so seeing these two together again is a must by for me. Telling the story of a brother and sister with superpowers, the world has to learn to accept them, as they are the only ones. But can they accept their past?
John Byrne returns to his roots with a brand-new superhero series. And it is taking a few steps back. Expect sound effects such as POW! SMASH! And BOOM! Also, the heroes are called Rock, Paper and Scissors. If that doesn’t set the tone, I don’t know what will.
Space has died. Conquering other planets is now pointless, but why bother when you can conquer Earths from other parallel universes? Above all is HIgher Earth. A rogue solider and a girl born in garbage are going to be caught right in the middle.
This may seem a little steep at $7.99 but Mystery In Space WILL be worth it. This one shot is loaded with stories to challenge your imagination and take you to places no other comic book is doing right now. Zero-gravity, space heists and solar systems out of control. It’s all here.