Every week I pick the top 5 comics that I am looking forward to reading.

Power Man and Iron Fist #1 Cover

Power Man & Iron Fist #1

These two have always worked well together as Heroes for Hire. I’m glad to see that they are now getting back together in this new comic. With Luke Cage having his own show debuting this year and Iron Fist not to far behind, this is a great place to start getting to know these characters.

THE ORIGINAL HEROES FOR HIRE, BACK ON THE CLOCK! We KNOW you’ve been waiting to see LUKE CAGE and DANNY RAND back together and back to STREET-STOMPING basics! POWER MAN and IRON FIST are tracking a mystery with all the ingredients of a classic Heroes-for-Hire tale. Expect old friends, hired goons, crime lords, weird magic, plenty of power, a flurry of fists and as much bromance as you can handle! It’s Power Man and Iron Fist reunited, and writer DAVID WALKER and artist SANFORD GREENE are making it feel so GOOD!

STORY BY
David F. Walker
ART BY
Sanford Greene
COLORS BY
Lee Loughride
LETTERS BY
VC – Clayton Cowles
COVERS BY
Sanford Greene, Kalman Andrasofszky, John Tyler Christopher, Theotis Jones , Chris Visions , Trevor Von Eeeden , Rachelle Rosenberg , Skottie Young
PUBLISHER
Marvel Comics


Bill and Ted Go to Hell #1 Cover

Bill and Ted Go To Hell #1

This comic might not be for everyone, but if your a fan of Bill and Ted and your tired of waiting for that fabled 3rd movie to get made. This should hold you over. Last years Most Triumphant Return was very good so I have faith this comic should be a lot of fun.

  What’s to Love: It’s time again to be excellent to each other! We showed just how much we love Bill & Ted with 2015’s BILL & TED’S MOST TRIUMPHANT RETURN, and since 2016 is the 25th anniversary of BILL & TED’S BOGUS JOURNEY, why not celebrate with a new mini-series that sends the lovable duo to Hell? Plus, all Subscription covers in this mini-series will feature a unique Wyld Stallyns album cover created by some of the industry’s top talents!

   What It Is: Bill & Ted are back for a brand-new miniseries, this time with the IMAGINE AGENTS team of Brian Joines and Bachan at the helm. It’s time to get the band back together! Bill & Ted and the Princesses will have to reunite with some historic friends to knock down the Devil’s door and get their friend Death back. With the help of Rufus, Billy the Kid, Joan of Arc, and more, this is the showdown that will rock the supernatural world. History vs. Hell. Too bad Hell has some surprises up its sleeve…

STORY BY
Brian Joines
ART BY
Bachan
COLORS BY
Jeremy Lawson
LETTERS BY
Jim Campbell
COVERS BY
Jamal Campbell, Logan Faerber, Sean Galloway, Scott Koblish , Tamra Bonvillain
PUBLISHER
BOOM! Studios


Star Wars #16 Cover

Star Wars #16

This comic has been the flag ship of the Marvel Star Wars comics and its been its best. Issue 16 starts a new storyline after the Vader Down crossover event and is a perfect place to jump in if you don’t want to read the previous 15 issues.

“REBEL JAIL” STARTS NOW! The Rebels travel to a prison base having taken an important captive in VADER DOWN. Unfortunately, they aren’t the only ones with their eyes on the prisoners. The adventures of Luke Skywalker and the Rebel Alliance continue!

STORY BY
Jason Aaron
ART BY
Leinil Yu, Gerry Alanguilan
COLORS BY
Sunny Gho
LETTERS BY
Chris Eliopoulos
COVER BY
Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson
PUBLISHER
Marvel Comics


Silver Surfer #2 Cover

Silver Surfer #2

This comic is the closest thing I can get to to the Fantastic 4. Its been decent so far and the Thing makes a appearance in this issue. Marvel please bring back Fantastic 4!

Why is Silver Surfer fighting the ever-loving blue-eyed THING? Who is this Alicia Masters person, and why hasn’t Norrin told Dawn about her before? Where did that alien armada come from? What can they really do to planet Earth that is WORSE THAN DEATH?! And WHEN, exactly, IS Clobbering Time?! Right now, True Believer! RIGHT NOW!

STORY BY
Dan Slott
ART BY
Michael Allred
COLORS BY
Laura Allred
COVER BY
Michael Allred, Laura Allred, Chip Zdarsky
PUBLISHER
Marvel Comics


 

Superman American Alien #4 Cover

Superman American Alien #4

This has been one of the best Superman comics thats been released in a long time. It makes we wonder why they can’t all write him this good. This is a 7 issue mini series and with this issue we are more than half way done. I’m going to be sad when they finish it.

Clark travels to Metropolis for the Cerberus Summit, a rare meeting between three of the world’s most prominent young chiefs of industry: Lex Luthor, Oliver Queen, and the enigmatic Bruce Wayne. Landing an exclusive interview with any of the three would all but guarantee Clark a prestigious internship with the Daily Planet…but Clark runs into some unexpected competition when he meets another college journalist named Lois Lane.

STORY BY
Max Landis
ART BY
Jae Lee
COLORS BY
June Chung
LETTERS BY
John Workman
COVER BY
Ryan Sook, Jae Lee, June Chung
PUBLISHER
DC Comics

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