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A-Force (2016) #3 w: G. Willow Wilson, Kelly Thompson a: Jorge Molina p: Marvel Comics She-Hulk, Captain Marvel, Medusa, Dazzler, and Nico Minoru have formed a reluctant super-powered team in the 2016 A-Force issues, which also feature outer space battles and lots of foreshadowing about life-threatening altercations.
The Amazing Spider-Man and Silk #1
The Amazing Spider-Man & Silk: The Spider(Fly) Effect #1 w: Robbie Thompson a: Todd Nauck p: Marvel Comics Spider-Man and Silk do some time-traveling together, in spite of the fact that they don't get along too well. Maybe that'll change after they work together to preserve the time-stream? Get ready for … Amazing Anachronistic Arachnids!
#49 Batgirl w: Cameron Stewart a: Babs Tarr p: DC Comics The current run of Batgirl has really been something to behold, especially with this latest story arc. This issue sees folks diving into Babs' own mind. Stuff's getting weird. Oh, and check out that stunning cover art. This issue's worth it for just that alone.
Black Canary Vol. 1
Vol. 1 Black Canary w: Brendan Fletcher a: Annie Wu, Pia Guerra p: DC Comics Seems I'm a total Birds of Prey fangirl this week, because I'm also stoked about the first full trade of Black Canary coming out. I've gushed about this current run a lot, but to recap: something about the combination of great story with a grungy, zine-style edge plus some downright gorgeous art really make this run something special.
Black Widow #1
Black Widow #1 w: Mark Waid a: Chris Samnee p: Marvel Comics Black Widow gets another high-octane action thriller storyline: she's on the run from her betrayed former confederates at S.H.I.E.L.D., Natasha's still looking for answers.
DC Bombshells TP
TP DC Bombshells, Vol. 1: Enlisted w: Marguerite Bennett a: Marguerite Sauvage p: DC Comics If you loved the cosplay and love the aesthetic, but you haven't been reading DC Bombshells, you've been missing out! Well, you now have a chance to remedy that situation, as the first 6 issues are now available in trade. Check out this awesome alternate-history version of the DC universe!
Giant Days #12
#12 Giant Days w: John Allison a: Max Sarin p: BOOM! Studios It's been so much fun watching Giant Days continue its run, and this issue should be no exception. Again: if you haven't given this series a shot, do it now!
Harley and Power Girl TP
Harley Quinn and Power Girl TP w: Amanda Conner a: Stéphane Roux p: DC Comics Harley Quinn and Power Girl was a really fun, girly, and slightly bonkers team-up that fans of either character really shouldn't miss. Now, all 6 issues of this limited series are available as a trade for the first time!
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers #1 w: Kyle Higgins a: Hendry Prasetyo p: BOOM! Studios It's finally here! The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic we've been telling you about is finally here, ready to introduce these "teenagers with attitude" to a new generation, while also giving fans a new take on their favorite Rangers.
Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill
Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill #1 w: Nick Spencer a: Jesus Saiz p: Marvel Comics This is the next issue in Marvel's latest crossover event, which kicked off last month with the Welcome to Pleasant Hill issue. This next issue features our two current Captains America – estranged allies Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson – working together once more. But even that won't be enough; they'll have to call on the Avengers for help with this Pleasant Hill business.
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It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means: another edition of Pull Wisely, our weekly recommendation list of comics. We’ve got a whole lot of superhero stuff this time around — I guess that’s what me and my colleagues Teresa Jusino and Jessica Lachenal seem to be most interested in this particular week. Let us know which issues you plan to put in your weekly haul!
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