Here are the new comics for the week of 8/7 to 8/13. For more information about where you can find these comics visit Buy comic books at mycomicshop.com
Buck Rogers in The 25th Century #1 by Hermes Press
Buck Rogers, the first, best, and original Sci-Fi hero returns with Howard Chaykin drawing and writing this action packed incarnation of this iconic title. Over eighty years after the creation of the newspaper strip that become a household word, Howard Chaykin has returned the character and his universe back to basics: Buck Rogers, former World War I ace is accidentally suspended in time only to awaken to new and different earth, 500 years in the future, fragmented by war and ruled by an omnipotent force – the Chinese. Now, Buck along with Colonel Wilma Deering, begins a new fight, to free the United States! Written and artwork by Howard Chaykin.
Deadpool Kills Deadpool #2 by Marvel Comics
Hope you’re not a Deadpool fan-he DIES in this issue! Oh, but, uh…I hope you are a Deadpool fan, because, like…there are a lot of Deadpools in this issue. LOTS. TIME TO THIN THE DEADPOOL HERD! Written by Cullen Bunn and artwork by Salva Espin.
Emerald City of Oz #2 by Marvel Comics
Dorothy and the Wizard take Aunt Em and Uncle Henry on a Grand Tour of the Land of Oz! They find Knowledge Pills that make studying unnecessary. They meet living dolls-cut with scissors from paper that’s alive. Meanwhile, the incredibly strong and highly disagreeable Growleywogs join the Nome Army to conquer Oz! Written by Eric Shanower and artwork by Skottie Young.
Iron Man (vol 5) #14 by Marvel Comics
MORE MIND-BLOWING REVELATIONS AS ‘THE SECRET ORIGIN OF TONY STARK’ CONTINUES! Free at last, all IRON MAN has to do is fight a robot who can take over his armor at any time and avoid one of the universe’s greatest bounty-hunters…DEATH’S HEAD. An impossible choice at the edge of space will decide the fate of two worlds. Who lives? Who dies? And can TONY STARK somehow find a way to avoid his destiny… Written by Kieron Gillen and artwork by Dale Eaglesham.
Kick-Ass 3 #2 by Marvel/Icon
Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown…and that goes double for the cowl! Kick-Ass is now leading the reformed superhero team Justice Forever…just in time to face some terrifying new foes. But there’s dissension in the JF ranks; will he be able to fend off a coup with Hit-Girl still in prison? Meanwhile, a broken Red Mist gets some tough love from Mommie Dearest. Written by Mark Millar and artwork by John Romita.
Satellite Sam #2 by Image Comics
SEX o DEATH o LIVE TV! NEW YORK CITY, 1951: Mike buries his father and Ginsburg buries the lead making his sales pitch. Will TV be an East Coast or West Coast medium? And in a pile of filthy photographs Mike finds one image that is really and truly shocking. Written by Matt Fraction and artwork by Howard Chaykin.
Screwed #3 by Zenescope Entertainment
Where do you run, where can you hide when the monster that everyone fears is you? It’s a veritable blood bath as Agent Simon leads a massive man hunt through acres of marsh and swamp land. His orders? Anne, dead or alive. With the unwanted addition of the malevolent Suture and his newly reanimated crew of monsters in the chase, the body count can only escalate. Meanwhile FBI Agent Erin Scott uncovers Anne’s true identity, but as the local lawmen are called in to assist in the hunt, can she reach her before it’s too late? Written by Tyler Kirkham, Keith Thomas and artwork by David Miller.
Sidekick #1 by Image Comics
WITNESS A MODERN HERO’S FALL FROM GRACE! The Cowl and Flyboy: renowned superhero and sidekick despite dopey names. They were famous, popular, and happy until the Cowl’s assassination. Now, no one takes Flyboy seriously. Follow his trajectory from barely tolerated hero to figure of ridicule, and witness his slow descent into madness, darkness and crime. Written by J. Michael Straczynski and artwork by Tom Mandrake, Brian Miller.
Superior Spider-Man #15 by Marvel Comics
Run, Goblin, Run!’ Part 1 of 2 What’s it like to be a villain in the Marvel Universe…once the Superior Spider-Man sets his sights on you? Find out, from Phil Urich’s point of view, in what might be the final days of the Hobgoblin. Plus, what is the secret of ‘The Tinkerer’s Apprentice’? Who’s been helping the Terrible Tinkerer? And how is he, of all people, the reason everything in Spider-Man’s life will be changed forever?! Written by Dan Slott and artwork by Humberto Ramos.
Ten Grand #4 by Image Comics
Joe Fitzgerald has been to heaven many times…or at least someplace that looks a lot like heaven if you didn’t know any better. But now he’s going somewhere he’s never been before: into Hell itself, in pursuit of the woman he loves. What he finds there will change his life forever. Written by J. Michael Straczynski and artwork by Ben Templesmith.
Trillium #1 by DC/Vertigo
It’s the year 3797, and botanist Nika Temsmith is researching a strange species on a remote science station near the outermost rim of colonized space. It’s the year 1921, and renowned English explorer William Pike leads an expedition into the dense jungles of Peru in search of the fabled ‘Lost Temple of the Incas,’ an elusive sanctuary said to have strange healing properties. Two disparate souls separated by thousands of years and hundreds of millions of miles. Yet they will fall in love and, as a result, bring about the end of the universe. Even though reality is unraveling all around them, nothing can pull them apart. This isn’t just a love story; It’s the LAST love story ever told. Trillium is an 8-issue series that combines rich historical adventure and mind-bending science fiction into a sprawling, unconventional love story by Jeff Lemire (SWEET TOOTH, CONSTANTINE, ANIMAL MAN). This amazing miniseries kicks off with 28-pages of story in a flip-book with two covers and two separate but connected stories!