Wonder Woman #1 (DC)
The venerable Tom King launches Wonder Woman into a brand new era with a brand new status quo. Between a compelling hook, a superstar creative team, and absolutely stunning interior art, this is shaping up to be one of the most exciting books of the Dawn of DC era.
Captain America #1 (Marvel)
J. Michael Straczynski has produced some of the most well-respected and enduring stories in the history of Marvel comics. From his time on Amazing Spider-Man to his run on Thor, JMS’s introspective and character-focused works are always a thrill to read and now he’s getting into the head of Earth’s Mightiest Hero himself: Captain America!
Hexagon Bridge #1 (Image)
A quick glance at the art in this book is enough to captivate your imagination and keep you flipping pages. Springing solely from the talented mind of Richard Blake, Hexagon Bridge is an epic tale of two people stranded in a parallel dimension full of mind-bending visuals and danger around every corner.
Rare Flavours #1 (Boom!)
Fans of unnerving yet thought-provoking stories rejoice, for the creative team behind ‘The Many Deaths of Laila Starr’ is back with a brand new idea: a demon who loves Indian food and wants to have his own food travel show. You’ve never read anything quite like this.
Green Lantern: War Journal #1 (DC)
While Hal Jordan, Kyle Rayner, and Guy Gardner have their fans, for many, it’s John Stewart who truly embodies the ideals of the Green Lantern Corps. Spinning out of the backup stories from the current Jeremy Adams GL series, ‘War Journal’ finally gives one of the most nuanced characters in DC’s roster some well-deserved time in the spotlight.