My Latest Pull List – February 12th, 2014

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Big week with ten new books on my list for this Wednesday.

  • ALL-NEW X-FACTOR #3 – I’m already behind on this title. Double shipping can be the worst.
  • ALL-NEW X-MEN #23 – This is my favorite book right now and I’m completely on board with the crossover with Guardians of the Galaxy. Looking forward to see the two teams actually interact.
  • AVENGERS #26 – The words “science war” in the solicit have really captured my attention.
  • BATMAN #28 – Can’t say enough good things about this title. There are times I feel like Zero Year is a let down, but I’m wrong. I just forget what how much I’m enjoying it between issues.
  • SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #27 – I dropped Superior at issue #3. Not entirely sure I’ll end up bringing this home, but the Goblin Nation story starting here is a huge draw.
  • SHE-HULK #1 – Writer Charles Soule is making a name for himself in comics, but his legal background makes him a perfect fit for She-Hulk’s alter-ego Jennifer Walters. 
  • WINTER SOLDIER #1 – I’m not trying all of the All-New Marvel Now titles, but Andrew Robinson’s cover art really caught my eye.
  • WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN #41 – I’m more than ready for this to end and I’m just seeing it through to the final issue. I’m loyal to a fault with Marvel’s X-titles, but this is one I should have bailed on a long time ago.
  • X-FORCE #1 – Two X-Force titles may have been a bit much, but the teams coming together here have a ton of potential. Cable and Psylocke alone would get this on my list.
  • X-MEN: LEGACY #24 – The final issue of a title I let myself fall way too far behind on. Looking forward to catching up on what I’ve missed.

Weekly comic books are a big part of my life and I regularly post what I’ll be picking up each Wednesday along with cover artwork and previews courtesy of Comixology’s Pull List app

Check back every week to see what’s on My Latest Pull List and share your thoughts what you’re reading this week.

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is a scientist by trade and a fan by nature. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he has spent a lifetime attending local educational institutions, collecting comic books, and watching professional wrestling. He is the founder of Break Even, an independent microlabel that specializes in releasing music from unknown artists.

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