Monday, September 08, 2014

Skirt the edge of the Spider-Verse this Wednesday, September 10

Marvel begins the build up to the big Spider-Verse event in November with this week's Edge of Spider-Verse: Spider-Man Noir #1 by Fabrice Sapolsky and Richard Isanove. Peter Parker of the 1930s makes his reappearance as he goes up against Mysterio, but as if that wasn't enough, he is about to be pulled into the biggest Spider-event in years. Speaking of events, Death of Wolverine #2 by Charles Soule and Steve McNiven continues Logan's march to doom. Then, learn the secrets revealed about Deadpool in Original Sin in Deadpool #34 by Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn and Scott Koblish.

DC's dark future continues in this week's round of 3D covered books highlighting what all of your favorite heroes are up to five years in the future. The titles to keep an eye out for this week include: Batgirl: Futures End#1, Batman: Futures End #1, Birds of Prey: Futures End #1, Constantine: Futures End #1, Green Lantern Corps: Futures End #1, Infinity Man and the Forever People: Futures End #1, Justice League United: Futures End #1, New Suicide Squad: Futures End #1, and Superboy: Futures End #1. And while you're checking out the cool covers, don't forget to check out the two weekly DC books: Batman Eternal #23 and New 52 Futures End #19.

Images newest book is Copperhead #1 by Jay Faerber, Scott Godlewski and Ron Riley. On a backwater planet, there is a small mining town known as Copperhead. And that town just got a new sheriff: Clara Bronson. As if this single mom didn't have her hands full already on her first day, she has to deal with an uncooperative deputy, alien hillbillies and, of course, a massacre. Fans of the western and sci-fi genres will want to check this book out.

Last but not least, BOOM! Studio's Teen Dog #1 by Jake Lawrence finally hits store shelves. The title of the book says it all. Meet Teen Dog, the coolest dude in school! Rocking an awesome denim vest and his party attitude, Teen Dog and his friends tackle important subjects like pizza, time travel, skateboarding and blowing your mind! A very funny read that's great for all ages.

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