Posted by Tiki God at 27 March 2020

Category: Weekly Comic Review

MARVEL ACTION AVENGERS 1 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 MARVEL ACTION SPIDER MAN 2 110 INCENTIVE VARIANT 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 MARVEL ACTION SPIDER MAN 2 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 PUNISHER SOVIET 6 125 VARIANT COVER 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 PUNISHER SOVIET 6 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 QUANTUM WOODY 3 COVER B WIJNGAARD 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 QUANTUM WOODY 3 COVER C ROBSO 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 QUANTUM WOODY 3 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 1940S VARIANT EDITON 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 1950S VARIANT EDITION 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 1960S VARIANT EDITION 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 1970S VARIANT EDITION 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 1980S VARIANT EDITION 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 1990S VARIANT EDITION 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 2000S VARIANT EDITION 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 2010S VARIANT EDITION 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 BLANK VARIANT EDITION 96x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ROBIN 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100 PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR 1 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 STAR WARS 4 125 ACUNA VARIANT 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 STAR WARS 4 SPROUSE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK VARIANT 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 STAR WARS 4 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 STAR WARS ADVENTURES 31 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 STAR WARS BOUNTY HUNTERS 2 125 NOTO VARIANT 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 STAR WARS BOUNTY HUNTERS 2 SPROUSE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK VARIANT 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 STAR WARS BOUNTY HUNTERS 2 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 THE VISITOR 4 COVER B DAVIS HUNT 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 THE VISITOR 4 COVER C DIAZ 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 THE VISITOR 4 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 TRUE BELIEVERS EMPYRE GALACTUS 1 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 TRUE BELIEVERS EMPYRE LYJA 1 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 TRUE BELIEVERS EMPYRE SHE HULK 1 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 TRUE BELIEVERS EMPYRE SWORDSMAN 1 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 TRUE BELIEVERS EMPYRE VISION 1 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 X O MANOWAR 1 COVER B DEKAL 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 X O MANOWAR 1 COVER C REIS 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 X O MANOWAR 1 COVER D PRE ORDER BUNDLE COVER 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 X O MANOWAR 1 COVER E BLANK 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 X O MANOWAR 1 COVER F 1250 COVER BRONZE VARIANT 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 X O MANOWAR 1 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 2020 FORCE WORKS 2 VARIANT COVER 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 2020 FORCE WORKS 2 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ASCENDER 10 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 BATMAN BEYOND 42 VARIANT COVER 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 BATMAN BEYOND 42 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 BATMAN CURSE OF THE WHITE KNIGHT 8 VARIANT EDITION 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 BATMAN CURSE OF THE WHITE KNIGHT 8 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 BLADE RUNNER 2019 7 COVER B MEAD 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 BLADE RUNNER 2019 7 COVER C GUINALDO 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 BLADE RUNNER 2019 7 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 BLOOD REALM 1 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 DOCTOR TOMORROW 2 COVER B TOWE 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 DOCTOR TOMORROW 2 COVER C CHEUNG 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 DOCTOR TOMORROW 2 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 DOLLAR COMICS JLA 1 96x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 DOLLAR COMICS JUSTICE LEAGUE 1 1987 96x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 DOLLAR COMICS JUSTICE LEAGUE 1 2011 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 DOLLAR COMICS JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA 1 2006 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 FIREFLY 15 98x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 GHOST SPIDER 8 PEACH MOMOKO VARIANT A 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 GHOST SPIDER 8 96x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 GODS AND GEARS 3 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ICYMI 13 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 ICYMI 14 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 IT CAME OUT ON A WEDNESDAY 11 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 JUDGE DREDD FALSE WITNESS 1 110 INCENTIVE VARAINT 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 JUDGE DREDD FALSE WITNESS 1 99x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020 LEGENDS OF LOG 1 97x150 Comic Pulls for weeks of March 18 and 25, 2020

 

It’s a big week, because like a good neighbor, I’ve been self isolating, but then Diamond announced they weren’t going to be shipping new books, so it was time for me to breach quarrentine and pick up the last two week’s worth of books.  There’s some real good ones in there!

Posted by Tiki God at 27 March 2020

Category: Blog Posts

Chapter One – Unrivaled Hospitality: The world’s leading scientists are gathering for the International Tech Symposium in Nagoya, Japan where King T’Challa is accompanied by a team of …

A bizarre story in which only a Lexus car can save humanity from Machinesmith, a rogue A.I.

One small draw back to the story: the car doesn’t show up until the final issue, and it turns out that the story itself was pretty good, which is abnormal for these blatant advertisement books. Sure, Black Panther actually takes a back seat to some philosophical discussions between some of the other characters for most of the story, but it still had some solid content.

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Posted by Tiki God at 26 March 2020

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The Xavier Institute for Mutant Education and Outreach has opened its doors, and is ready to foster the next generation of heroes and diplomats! But this time around, the X-Men recognize an unfortunate truth: Not all mutants are created equal. Some mutants are just not made to fight Sentinels or serve as ambassadors on behalf of their kind. Some will be lucky just to see another day in a world that hates and fears them. These are the students who should be kept out of harm’s way when the Purifiers target the campus. Or when a mutant-stealing monster has an all-too-familiar face. And who better to mentor lovable losers like Eye-Boy, Nature Girl and — wait, Quentin Quire? — through life out of the limelight…than perpetual sidekick Jubilee! But will her Generation X survive the experience?!

Jubilee is a vampire, one of the heroes from the original is the bad guy, plus an island tunnels under NYC to get to the new school.

I’m still not sure about this series.

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Posted by Tiki God at 25 March 2020

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Centuries have passed and time has taken its toll on Mars. Conflict burns across the landscape. A war of supremacy and genocide at the hands of a brutal despot has brought the planet to the edge of collapse. A search party has finally located an aged John Carter and Dejah Thoris, living in quiet seclusion on a desert moon, in perpetual mourning for their lost son. How could they be Mars’ last hope?

Introducing a John Carter story like you’ve never seen before, from co-writers Brian Wood (Star Wars, DMZ, Northlanders) and Alex Cox (Adventure Time), joined by artist Hayden Sherman (Civil War II: Kingpin).

Reviews:
“Hayden Sherman does a great job… It is primitive and powerful. Each panel looks dangerous, like you could be sliced to ribbons by the cliff faces.” – Comic Crusaders
“It never occurred to me that John Carter and Batman would have much in common, but I hadn’t read John Carter: The End yet.” – Slack Jaw Punks
“A perfect continuation for the stories of Edgar Rice Burroughs and the characters of Barsoom. This should please, delight and thrill old and new fans alike.” – Outright Geekery

I’ve been getting more and more interested in the John Carter mythos, first introduced to me by the Disney movie, and this was my first purchase of Carter comics that I’ve been able to get around to reading. I have the adaptation around my office somewhere, just need to dig it out and read it.

I realize that starting with a series named “The End” was likely a bad idea, but there wasn’t anything here that was confusing, and the issues were only $1 each during the annual MidTown sale.

Here’s the book that I was most impressed with it’s cover: leagueofcomicgeeks.com/comic/4679913/john-carter-the-end-3?variant=8038692

Fantastic, isn’t it?

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Posted by Tiki God at 24 March 2020

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A decade ago, 300,000 citizens ofPhiladelphia were suddenly lost in Oblivion. The government made every attemptto recover them, but after many years, they gave up. Nathan Cole…won’t. Hemakes daily trips, risking his life to try and rescue those still living in theapocalyptic hellscape of Oblivion. But maybe…Nathan is looking for somethingelse? Why can’t he resist the siren call of the OblivionSong?

Collects OBLIVION SONG#1-6

 

I finally purchased the 2 or 3 issues that I was missing and boy howdy, was I happy with it when I finally got to reading them. There’s about 23 out as this review, and for the most part each issue is a fairly quick read, but the plot moves with intensity. I was able to read them all in just a couple hours and now I want more, but it’s going to be slow going.

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Posted by Tiki God at 23 March 2020

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As everyone knows, the world faces ever-increasing challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Its effects on the comics & collectibles and tabletop gaming industries have been felt far and wide. We are hearing from thousands of retailers that they can no longer service their customers as they have in the past, many of them forced to close by government action or resort to in-person or curbside delivery. Even those still open are seeing reduced foot traffic in most cases, a situation that seems likely to worsen with time.

Anything scheduled to ship after April 1st as a new publication will now no longer be shipped.

If you have a local comic book store near you, please go out of your way to call them asap and see if you can set up a weekly purchase of gift cards, you’ll keep them afloat with recurring revenue and you’ll be able to get some good stuff when we’re able to venture back out into public.

Posted by Tiki God at 23 March 2020

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Young Robot boy Tim-21 and his companions struggle tostay alive in a universe where all androids have been outlawed and bountyhunters lurk on every planet. Written by award-winning creator, JEFF LEMIRE,DESCENDER is a rip-roaring and heartfelt cosmic odyssey that pits humanityagainst machine, and world against world, to create a sprawling sci-fi epic.Volume 2 sees the final solution of the Harvesters come to its life-alteringfruition as the fate of the entire galaxy rests in the hands of one young robotwho’s finally ready to take the great leap forward.

Collects DESCENDER #17-32

 

Beautiful water color art with a story that’s not terrible, but still felt somewhat rushed. I bought the hard cover stories and read them both back to back, which was about 3 years of comic books. I can’t even imagine having to wait month to month for the story, so I’m happy to have found it around issue 30 or so.

Check it out, now that it’s a complete story I can recommend it!

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Posted by Tiki God at 20 March 2020

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It’s an amazingly lethal Spider-Man/Venom epic! Peter Parker, Eddie Brock and Flash Thompson share a bond – literally! The Venom symbiote changed all of their lives. Now the inky black alien life-form is doubling down on our heroes – and they won’t be the only ones put through the wringer. Black Cat and her gang are confronted by an amped-up villain called Maniac, who will show everyone how well he lives up to his name. And all the while, Venom Inc. weaves its tendrils through New York’s criminal underworld… You’ve never read a Spidey and Venom story like this!

A cross over advertised as “The first Spider-man and Venom cross over!” but that’s just marketing BS, Spidey and Venom have had plenty of cross-overs, guest appearances, and other assorted plot transfers. This story is just as convoluted as a comic books story can be with multiple versions of venom fighting each other with abilities that seem to change with every other issue. There’s mind control, splitting of symbiots, fire resistance, and giantism, all along with the normal goopy mess that Venom is known for.

The art was good for the most part, the story very much less so. Venom has been a narrative mess for years now.

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Posted by Tiki God at 19 March 2020

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Image is a comics and graphic novels publisher formed in 1992 by 7 of the comics industry’s best-selling artists, and is the 3rd largest comics publisher in the United States.

My suggestion: let consumers pick a Local Comic Shop to set as “their” store, then give a percentage of all digital sales from that customer to the shop.

Posted by Tiki God at 19 March 2020

Category: Blog Posts

A must-have for fans of intrigue and tales of survival, this comics series is the perfect introduction to the post-pandemic world of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, the sequel to Ubisoft’s record-breaking videogame Tom Clancy’s The Division. Division agents Caleb Dunne and Heather Ward have hunted the woman known as Mantis all the way from New York to Maryland. Enlisting the help of agent Brian Johnson, they take the fight to her but find themselves at the heart of a much larger scheme than they had anticipated. One that leads them toward Washington D.C.

Prequel to The Division 2, which is exactly like The Division 1, so if you enjoyed the first one like I did, you’ll enjoy the second one. The story in the comic book here is in parallel to the opening scene of Division 2, but I don’t think the characters from the comic story show up in the game.

It’s a good book though, so if you want more Division in your life, this is one way to get it.

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