Picks of the Week – April 11, 2012
It’s a post-Easter comic haul. No sense wasting time, let’s get right into it.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD
Resurrection Man #8 (DC Comics) – Again, I admit that this is my guilty pleasure book, having greatly enjoyed the title in the past. That being said, I still recommend this title to anyone. In this issue, Mitch Shelley is a wanted man. Not only is a detective with psychometric powers looking for him, but a deranged necromancer as well. Oh, did I mention that the Suicide Squad has him in their sights as well?
Green Lantern #8 (DC Comics) – It’s Sinestro and Hal Jordan against the mysterious and powerful Indigo tribe. Will Sinestro fall to their power, and what is their connection to Jordan’s predecessor, Abin Sur?
Batman and Robin #8 (DC Comics) – It is the aftermath of Batman’s battle with Nobody, and the shocking end of issue #7. There is not a whole heck of a lot of action in this issue, but it is a good character study, not only of Batman, but his son as well.
Batgirl #8 (DC Comics) – It’s Batgirl against Grotesque, with a ghost from Batgirl’s past waiting in the wings. How will she react to facing one of the Joker’s former henchmen, one who was with him during that fateful night in which she was attacked?
Secret #1 (Image Comics) – Image Comics enters the world of corporate security in this dark tale with a number of twists.
America’s Got Powers #1 (Image Comics) – Tommy Watts was born into a San Francisco where the most popular show decides which super powered teen becomes the next super hero. But when the competition gets too real, powerless Tommy Watts finds himself right in the middle of the chaos.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 9 #8 (Dark Horse Comics) – Buffybot is back. But, where is the real Buffy?
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