This week also features another round of DC villians issues and 3D covers. After all the poor management of the event I am going to waste my money are worthy comics and grab a few back issues. If you like more information about Villians Month
Astro City (vol 3) #4 by DC/Vertigo
Mattie Sullivan isn’t a super hero or a villain-she uses her telekinetic powers to do special effects for movies and television. But when she’s forcibly ‘recruited’ by a new criminal mastermind, Mattie faces a choice: Will she fight, or will she continue to stay on the sidelines? A look into the lives of super humans who’ve taken different paths, and how they manage. Written by Kurt Busiek and artwork by Brent Eric Anderson.
Kick-Ass 3 #3 by Marvel Comics
What’s a tween girl assassin to do once she’s locked up? Start running all the gangs in the joint, of course! After the surviving the brutal pecking order of middle school, Hit-Girl finds jail just might be a little more up her alley. Meanwhile, Kick-Ass starts learning there’s more to life than just superhero work. Written by Mark Millar and artwork by John Romita.
Son of Anarchy #1 by Boom!Studios
WHY WE LOVE IT: Sons of Anarchy has captivated the attention of the entire BOOM! team with its smart plotting, compelling characters, and modern vision of the outlaw genre. We love the show so much we couldn’t wait to help expand the world of SAMCRO. WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT: Gun smuggling outlaw bikers with complex pasts and gripping personalities. If you love ‘guys with guns’ like we do, this is that genre at its most elevated. WHAT IT’S ABOUT: With no one else to turn to, the daughter of an old SAMCRO member comes to Charming looking for help. The only people standing between Kendra and certain death are the Sons of Anarchy, and, for better or for worse, Sergeant-at-Arms Tig. Written by Christopher Golden and artwork by Damian Coueciro.
The Walking Dead #114 by Image Comics
What would Jesus do? Written by Robert Kirkman and artwork by Charlie Adlard, Cliff Rathburn.