New Super Hero Comics On Sale: Week Of July 16


So, how about that Thor news this week? Crazy, right?

It’s interesting to see both Marvel and DC strike out in directions that are obviously intended to lead to a more diverse audience for super hero comics — which, let’s face it, is currently getting older and mostly male. It’s great to see, but on a personal level, I’m glad that news came at the very beginning of The View so I didn’t have to watch the whole thing. It’s not personal, it’s just that the show isn’t for me.

As far as what we’ve got in the more traditional vein for this week, Original Sin is barreling along toward its conclusion. After a fifth issue that was mostly one long Nick Fury narration, I’m hoping there’s a bit more action in #6.

Teen Titans also gets a new lease on life. It’s one of those titles that never seems to stay on top for long periods of time but never goes away forever either. The concept of younger heroes doing things their own way is one that is probably never going to die.

And with that, let’s check out the complete list of new super hero comics we’ll be talking about soon:

Marvel

  • 100th Anniversary Special X-Men #1
  • All-New X-Factor #11
  • Avengers World #9
  • Deadpool Dracula’s Gauntlet #2 (of 7)
  • Elektra #4
  • Magneto #7
  • Ms. Marvel #6
  • Nova #19
  • Original Sin #6 (of 8)
  • Original Sins #3.2
  • Savage Hulk #2
  • Savage Wolverine #21
  • Secret Avengers #5
  • She-Hulk #6
  • Silver Surfer #4
  • Thunderbolts #28
  • Ultimate FF #4
  • Uncanny X-Men #23
  • X-Men #16

DC

  • Batman Eternal #15
  • Batwoman #33
  • Green Lantern: New Guardians #33
  • Harley Quinn Invades Comic-Con International San Diego #1
  • Infinite Crisis Fight for the Multiverse #1
  • New 52 Futures End #11
  • Red Hood and the Outlaws #33
  • Robin Rises Omega #1
  • Scribblenauts Unmasked: A Crisis of Imagination #7
  • Supergirl #33
  • Teen Titans #1

Tags: Comics DC Marvel Original Sin Teen Titans Thor

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