Hot Comics for September 12, 2018

What are the Hot Comics Releasing this Week?

 

Can’t Miss

Red Hood and The Outlaws #26


This is a key issue for Red Hood fans. The issue promises a “new mission, with a new costume, new weapons and a new plan to punish evildoers across the DCU.”

Must Read

Cemetery Beach #1

                                                  

By Warren Ellis, Jason Howard, the creative team behind the series, Trees, developed the new series with an awesome premise.

Old Man Logan #47

Old Man Logan is typically a must-read story. The latest issue reveals more of the alien Symbiote. And Marvel is finally giving some attention to Venom …

MCMLXXV #1


New Image series are typically a must read. MCMLXXV, which is the difficult way of spelling ‘1975’, hasn’t revealed too much about the series, but anything involving a cab driver fighting monsters with an enchanted tire iron is worth a read.

House of Whispers #1

The second of four story arcs in the Sandman Universe series. The revival has gotten off to a great start and should continue this week with House of Whispers. 

Blazing Covers

Runaways #13 (Cover B Ryan Sands, Actor from Runaways television series)

Wonder Woman #54 (Jenny Frision Variant)

Scooby Apocalypse #29 (Patrick Gleason Variant)

X-23 (Mike Choi Regular Cover and Yasmine Putri Cosmic Ghost Rider Vs Variant)

Flash #54 (Howard Porter Variant)

 

Could be Cool

Archie 1941 #1


This premise could very well rival that of the Archie vs The Predator series.

Squirrel Girl #36

An all ‘silent’ issue. Meaning no word balloons, just pictures. This wordless issue may very well be a gimmick, but if done correctly, could be a cool issue.

Moth & Whisper #1


AfterShock series are typically must reads. Moth & Whiesper is a “YA cyberpunk thriller starring a genderqueer super-thief.” I’m not as excited for this as I have been for many form this publisher in the past, but it may surprise readers.

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