The Pull List: Must Read Comics of 7/25/2012


American Vampire

American Vampire #29

By: Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque

Publisher: DC Comics

Estimated Price: $2.99

What’s it about:  The return of Skinner Sweet, the original American Vampire. He has some how survived his time in Japan and is working along side Pearl in noir-ish Los Angeles.

Batman Incorporated

Batman Incorporated #3

By: Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham

Publisher: DC Comics

Estimated Price: $2.99

What’s it about: Morrison’s epic Batman saga continues as he searches for who has it out for Damien with the new 52 debut of Batman’s alias Matches Malone.

Green Lantern

Green Lantern #11

By: Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke

Publisher: DC Comics

Estimated Price: $2.99

What’s it about: A new arc starts here. The Black Hand has escaped the Indigo Tribe and unleashed the power of his old black lantern ring.

I Vampyre

I Vampire #11

By: Joshua Hale Fialkov, Andrea Sorrentino, and Clayton Crain

Publisher: DC Comics

Estimated Price: $2.99

What’s it about: Vampires vs Zombies!!! What else do you need to know?

National Comics Kid Eternity

National Comics Eternity #1

By: Jeff Lemire and Cully Hamner

Publisher: DC Comics

Estimated Price: $3.99

What’s it about: Kid Eternity was a classic character that went through a few variations. He was originally a cheesy superhero from the ’40s published by Quality comics. Grant Morrison led a revival in the 90s before it got a trippy Vertigo series. With Animal Man’s Jeff Lemire headlining this book, it is bound to be a least trippy and crazy.

Debris

Debris #1 (of 4)

By: Kurtis J. Wiebe and Riley Rossmo

Publisher: Image

Estimated Price: $3.50

What’s it about: This new series from image takes place in a dystopian future where humanity has ruined the Earth covering it in garbage. When ancient creatures rise from the filth to get rid of the humans, a lone warrior woman searches for the remaining source of clean water. Anything with a strong female character is worth at least a look simply because there are not enough of them in the medium.

X-Treme X-Men

X-treme X-Men #1

By: Greg Pak, Stephen Segovia, and Julian Totino Tedesco

Publisher: Marvel

Estimated Price: $2.99

What’s it about: Captain Howlett. Emmilene Frost. Kid Nightcrawler. Alternate versions of characters we already now become lost between dimensions. It sounds like the Exiles except without the missions based on fixing timelines.

Tank Girl

Everybody Loves Tank Girl #1 (of 3)

By: Alan Martin and Jim Mahfood

Publisher: Titan

Estimated Price: $3.99

What’s it about: Tank Girl is indelible whether you like it or not. She is like a sassy female Judge Dredd living in her dystopian future causing all sorts of offensively over the top violence, and that’s why we love her.