My Latest Pull List – February 26th, 2014

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Six new books on my list this Wednesday.

  • GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #12 – One of the things I’ve been looking forward to most from The Trial of Jean Grey is seeing artist Sara Pichelli‘s take on the original X-Men. We only got a taste in the last issue of Guardians but there should be a lot more here.
  • HALO ESCALATION #3 – I like the way Dark Horse’s Halo books are fitting into the status quo of the current Halo games. I think a lack of clear connectivity (to me at least) between the comics and the games is part of what kept me away from the Marvel line of books.
  • ORIGIN II #3 – Undecided on whether I like the connections this series is making in Wolverine’s history but I do like Adam Kubert‘s art and I trust Kieron Gillen to deliver something special.
  • SERENITY LEAVES ON THE WIND #2 – Strong start to this series last month. Of all the various Joss Whedon properties that have found new life in print at Dark Horse, this might have the most potential.
  • UNCANNY AVENGERS #17 – I’m enjoying this series but it has reached the point where it feels like the Apocalypse Twins story may be going on too long. Putting all of the mutant members of the team on the shelf hasn’t helped.
  • WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN #42 – More than ready for this series to wrap up. I stuck with it through a lot of stories even though it wasn’t what I was looking for most of the time. With the All-New relaunch coming up  next week, it will take a lot from the first issue to keep me coming back.

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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