My Latest Pull List – February 19th, 2014

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Seven new books on my list this Wednesday, though I may only bring five of these home with me.

  • AMAZING X-MEN #4 – I have to admit I kind of forget about this title between issues. As much as I appreciate Firestar as part of the cast (offset by irritation at her absence from the New Warriors line up), I may be done with this after the first arc. I stuck with Jason Aaron’s Wolverine and the X-Men longer than I should have and I’m fearing this is heading in the same direction.
  • AVENGERS WORLD #3 – I’m seriously contemplating dropping this series on the spot. Three Avengers titles is pushing it for me and I honestly can’t even tell you what’s happening in this book.
  • CAPTAIN AMERICA #17 – Thinking about picking this up for the appearance of Dr. Mindbubble. I seem to recall him being referenced in Rick Remender‘s Uncanny X-Force. Any feedback from people reading the series is appreciated.
  • JUSTICE LEAGUE #28 – The Forever Evil tie-in issues of Justice League have been decent enough. I’m more invested in Nightwing and Cyborg than the Metal Men, but this could be fun.
  • NEW WARRIORS #1 – I really enjoyed the original series and it’s good to see something similar returning. Chris Yost writing is an added bonus as a fan of his New X-Men/X-Force runs.
  • UNCANNY X-MEN #17 – I sometimes can’t believe how much I’m enjoying Brian Bendis‘ X-Men titles and Chris Bachalo‘s art will move this to the top of my reading list this week.
  • X-MEN #11 – All-New Marvel Now double shipping and a general lack of interest in the current arc has me an issue or two behind on this series.

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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