Tuesday, August 23, 2005

New This Week: August 24, 2005

Based on the NCRL list for this week's comics shipping from Diamond, here are a few things to look for at the local comic shop tomorrow:

The Pick of the Week is Banana Sunday #2 by Root Nibot & Colleen Coover, from Oni Press. The first issue was fun fun fun, and this second issue is sure to continue the monkey joy!

In other comics:

More monkey fun as Alias bring us Monkey In a Wagon vs Lemur On a Big Wheel #1.

Antarctic have a new issue of Fred Perry's Gold Diggers (#66).

Cryptic Press have a new issue of Quicken Forbidden (#13).

Dark Horse have a new issue of Conan (#19) and a new volume of Little Lulu (vol. 5)

DC have the final collection of Catwoman with the good art: Wild Ride; the fourth post-Crisis Superman: The Man of Steel collection that includes a rather excellent crossover with Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes; a new edition of the soon-to-be-a-major-motion-picture A History of Violence; the debut of Warren Ellis's Jack Cross; and new issues of City of Tomorrow (#5), Hellblazer (#211), Legion of Super-Heroes (#9); and Otherworld (#6).

DR Masters have a new volume of Iron Wok Jan (vol. 12).

Fantagraphics have a new issue of The Comics Journal (#270).

IDW go all Whedonverse with a new issue of Angel: The Curse (#3) and Peter David's Spike: Old Times one-shot.

Image have new issues of Invincible (#25) and The Walking Dead (#21).

Marvel have the final issue of Spellbinders (#6), the first Ultimate X-Men Annual, and new issues of Daredevil (#76), Hulk: Destruction (#2), Machine Teen (#4), and Wolverine (#31).

Viper have the second issue of The Middleman.

And both TokyoPop and Viz have a slew of manga volumes.

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