Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Conspirator Brock's Pull List for 11/16/11

For all of the curious people out there wondering what I like to read week to week here is a list of the titles I am going to be picking up for the week of 11/16/11:

(Note: I have included deep links for some titles if you wish to support Comics Conspiracy when you buy digital comics.)

01. Amazing Spider-Man #674 Marvel
02. Batman #3 DC
03. Captain Atom #3 DC
04. Catwoman #3 DC
05. DC Universe Online: Legends #17 DC
06. DC Universe Presents: Deadman #3 DC
07. Green Lantern Corps #3 DC
08. Justice League #3 DC
09. Legion of Super-Heroes #3 DC
10. Red Hood and the Outlaws #3 DC
11. Severed #4 Image
12. The Stand: The Night Has Come #4 of 6 Marvel
13. Supergirl #3 DC

I've been off all week and it is all thanks to this year's flu. A warning for all you out there who don't like getting sick the flu this years is a vicious one and it will knock you on you ass.
Anyway, back to my regular blurb here about what I am really looking forward to this week. Here are the titles at the bottom of my read list; Catwoman, Batman, Severed, Green Lantern Corps, Red Hood and the Outlaws and Justice League will finish off my weekly reading and I can't wait to see what happens in all of them.
Calli of course snatched her copy of Catwoman from me when I held it out for her. She is a little obsessed with the kleptomatic Gotham City Siren, but you won't see me complain.

Why Isn't [blank] on My Pull List?

Incredible Hulk #2 came out this week and I was actually tempted to start picking this one up after I read the first issue, but then I heard that there were like twelve different artists on this book so I decided that I would give it a read to see if the story can make up for the artistic let down. My prediction is that Incredible Hulk will be an incredible waste of my time.

Captain America #4 also came out this week and it is no longer on my pull list because the shield in this series has no crack in it and the events in this book are after Fear Itself aren't they. Even if they aren't I haven't been a big fan of Ed Brubaker's current Captain America recently, which is sad because Captain America and Bucky has been so good and actually enjoyable to read. We will see if Brubaker can keep me tethered on the main Captain America title; if not another Marvel title will fall off my pull list.

Amazing Spider-Man #674 came out as well and it has a lot to do to get me to want to keep buying Amazing Spider-Man for $3.99. Spider Island was a huge disappointment and I am still surprised I wanted to see where Spider-Man was going after that abysmal ordeal. Amazing Spider-Man could be on the chopping block.

I think it is time for me to wrap this up and get to reading my comics from this week.

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As usual I'll be talking comics on The Comic Conspiracy, and on the Geekbox Forums. Now get out there and enjoy some good old fashioned comic book reading.

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