Greetings, comics fans, and welcome to a brand new installment of Pull Wisely! We’ve got the whole crew rockin’ this week, with Teresa Jusino, Maddy Myers, and yours truly, Jessica Lachenal sharing our favorite comic picks. There’s a pretty good mix in here, so if last week’s mostly-superhero set wasn’t for you, maybe this one will tickle your fancy. Get excited, friends!
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All-New Wolverine #6
w: Tom Taylor
a: David Lopez p: Marvel Comics At last, a Wolverine rampage. Laura's about to go off on her enemies in this thrilling conclusion to her story arc – and she'll discover the mystery of the three sisters.
Codename Baboushka #5
w: Antony Johnston
a: Shari Chankhamma p: Image Comics This is it, folks: the end of Codename Baboushka's first story arc. The solicitation promises that everything explodes, and tell me... what's not to like about that?
Gotham Academy #16
w: Brenden Fletcher, James Tynion IV
a: Adam Archer, Sandra Hope, Christian Wildgoose, Ken Niimura p: DC Comics This issue is the third part of the "Yearbook" arc, where the kids of Gotham Academy recap their past year. It features some of the best comics creators to date, including Ken Niimura, who drew a personal favorite of mine: I Kill Giants. Don't miss this one, friends.
Haunted Mansion #1
w: Joshua Williamson
a: Jorge Coelho p: Marvel Comics Listen: I'm an unabashed Disneyland fangirl. I'll just cop to that right now. So imagine my excitement when I saw that the Haunted Mansion (best ride in the park, fight me) was getting its own comic. I'm pretty stoked about this one, folks--check this out if you enjoy anything I mentioned above.
Legend of Wonder Woman #3
w: Renae De Liz
a: Renae De Liz p: DC Comics The next installment in Renae De Liz's acclaimed coming-of-age story about young Diana's adventures on Themyscira. A mysterious outsider shows up, which means the Amazons go on the offensive, but young Diana is curious and wants to save them. You know, classic Wonder Woman stuff! The best.
Luna the Vampire #3
w: Yasmin Sheikh
a: Yasmin Sheikh p: IDW Publishing This week brings us the third and final installment of Luna the Vampire, featuring more space travels, and Luna getting a cute new roommate.
w: Chelsea Cain
a: Kate Niemczyk p: Marvel Comics An all-female creative team is bringing us the very first issue of a Mockingbird ongoing series! Pretty exciting stuff, huh? Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. fans, rejoice!
#5 Ms. Marvel
w: G. Willow Wilson
a: Nico Leon p: Marvel Comics What's better than one Ms. Marvel? An army of Ms. Marvel automatons! At least, that's what Kamala Khan thinks. But will this "solution" to her problems actually make things worse?
Radioactive Spider-Gwen #6
w: Jason Latour
a: Robbi Rodriguez p: Marvel Comics Spider-Gwen's first radioactive arc reaches its end – and Captain America shows up to help her out for the big climactic finale, versus the Green Goblin.
w: Sam Humphries
a: Mike Del Mundo p: Marvel Comics The Enchanted Village seems like it's all rainbows and gumdrops. But this is Weirdworld - so...let's be serious. Becca's in for some unpleasant shit, isn't she?
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