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Pretty Deadly #9
Pretty Deadly #9 w: Kelly Sue DeConnick a: Emma Rios p: Image Comics I honestly wait on the edge of my seat for Pretty Deadly every single month and it never, ever disappoints. If you haven't tapped into the amazingness that is this book by now, you need to do yourself a favor and go do that.
Gotham Academy #17
Gotham Academy #17 w:David Petersen, Michael Dialynas, Annie Wu, Brenden Fletcher a: David Petersen, Michael Dialynas, Annie Wu, Colleen Ann Coover, Adam Archer p: DC Comics It's the end of the "Yearbook" arc, and it features an excellent crossover with none other than Black freakin' Canary. You should already know we're digging on Black Canary something fierce, so this crossover just makes everything extra special.
Black Canary #10
Black Canary #10 w: Brenden Fletcher a: Annie Wu p: DC Comics It must be crossover season (yeah, actually, it is) because in return for D.D. paying a visit to Babs over in Burnside last issue, we've now got Babs checking out what's going on with D.D.. This is an issue you really don't want to miss. Believe that!
The Legend of Wonder Woman #4
The Legend of Wonder Woman #4 w: Renae De Liz a: Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon p: DC Comics Young Diana's fish-out-of-water adventures have just begun! She's entered "Man's World," a thoroughly unfamiliar place. Luckily, she meets some new female friends who can show her the ropes.
Spider-Gwen #7 w: Jason Latour a: Bengal p: Marvel Comics The adventures of the "Spider-Women" continue! Jessica Drew is still trapped in Earth-65 and needs to get home, with Spider-Gwen's help … but she wouldn't want to leave without getting the chance to hear Gwen's rock band play, right?
#1 Xena w: Genevieve Valentine a: Ariel Medel p: Dynamite Entertainment At long last! The Xena comic is here! Xena and Gabrielle scramble to stop Caesar before they have to wage war against a man they once called a friend. But along the way, Xena will have to confront her past against a rogue band of women warriors, and Gabrielle, whose secret visions are becoming prophecy, will have to protect Xena - at any cost.
#5 Monstress w: Marjorie Liu a: Sana Takeda p: Image Comics Jump into one of the most unique and creative titles out there right now! This issue is the END of the first story arc. Find out what it takes for our heroine, Maika, to fight the monster inside of her.
Goldie Vance #1
#1 Goldie Vance w: Hope Larson a: Brittney Williams p: BOOM! Studios It's the debut of an exciting new title from BOOM! Studios! Here's the official description: 16-year-old Marigold 'Goldie' Vance lives at a Florida resort with her dad, who manages the place. Her mom, who divorced her dad years ago, works as a live mermaid at a club downtown. Goldie's dream is to one day become the hotel's in-house detective. When Charles, the current detective, encounters a case he can't crack, he agrees to mentor Goldie in exchange for her help solving the mystery. The fact that Goldie is a young black girl makes this all the more awesome! Check it out!
The Unbelievable Gwenpool #1
The Unbelievable Gwenpool #1 w: Christopher Hastings a: Gurihiru p: Marvel Comics Deadpool already has an alt-universe Rule 63 character in Lady Deadpool. So why does Gwen Poole, a.k.a. "Gwenpool," exist? Well, why not??? Gwen's a real-life comic book fangirl who gets transported into the Marvel Universe and starts wreaking havoc. Expect lots of goofiness.
All-New All-Different Avengers #8 Standoff
All-New All-Different Avengers: Standoff #8 w: Mark Waid a: Adam Kubert p: Marvel Comics Marvel's Standoff crossover event continues, now with more memory-wiping antics and Avengers still facing off against one another.
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Marvel Comics gives us a double-helping of Gwen Stacy-inspired comics this week with a new issue of
Spider-Gwen and the first in their new series about The Unbelievable Gwenpool. But that’s not all! We’ve got a whole collection of heroines with names other than Gwen in our pull list this week, via the usual Pull Wisely team: me, Teresa Jusino and Jessica Lachenal.
Choosing ten from this week’s picks was no small feat. There’s a lot of good stuff out there, so here are a few extra honorable mentions that didn’t make it into the top ten picks in the gallery:
A-Force #4, Mockingbird #2, Constantine: The Hellblazer #11, Catwoman, and DC Comics Bombshells. There’s even a trade paperback for Mrs. Deadpool and the Howling Commandos out tomorrow, too! We’re all certainly not going to be at a loss when it comes to making comic book purchases this week. You might have to make some tough decisions for the sake of your wallet.
How do your pull lists stack up in comparison? What’d we miss? Probably tons of stuff
—this week is packed, huh?
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