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#2326

It’s been deemed so popular they are keeping those variants as an ongoing feature.


#2327

Good, that stops us having to come up with new jokes about it every time. :slight_smile:


#2328

Wait is that Han Solo on the cover of a comic?


#2329

No, it’s the Submariner.


#2330

…and that is my shopping list for today. :slight_smile:


#2331

Three X-Men comics this week? Won’t anyone think of the Inhumans!


#2332

I think it’s been categorically proven that the answer there is no.


#2333

Oh, the inhumanity!

(Come on, someone had to say it.)


#2334


#2335

There’s something off about those covers. Can’t quite put my finger on what it is though.


#2336

No price stickers.


#2337

Here’s my pull for the week.

Justice League #1
Man of Steel #2
X-Men Red #5


#2338

So this could just be me but the cover stock on Dr Strange 1 @ $3.99 seems a higher quality than Immotal Hull @ $4.99

Anyone else notice this.

Also confused at what would justify the price difference between the 2 books


#2339


#2340

Justify?


#2341

Saving my pennies for next week.

Not impressed by any of the covers, really.


#2342

I’ll be reading it in Unlimited from here but the first Ewing Hulk issue was great. Dark as hell, but just the way I like my Hulk. Reminded me a bit of Azzarello and Corben’s Banner which is one of my favorite Hulk stories ever.

There is one moment with two consecutive double page spreads that was really awesome.


#2343

Lot of good, big books out this week - but the big two for me are the Immortal Hulk # 1 and the final issue of the Snagglepuss series.


#2344

Batman - the creative team here continue to impress with their craft, this is a Batman story and he’s on almost every page and only says one word. It’s The Joker that talks and talks and talks his way through the issue. King and Janin on top form.

I’m okay with the take but one thing that may upset some is King’s Joker is pretty sadistic, I don’t think this book is very suitable for a family audience. It can be quite disturbing.


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#2345

I totally forgot about that Banner series! That book blew my young mind. So, so dark. Marvel was really experimental, then. I miss that, a bit.