It's been a month or so since the #1 dropped, and I see nobody's said anything about it that I've noticed, but this new limited, five-part, digital, pay-what-you-want series from Brian K. Vaughan, Marcos Martin, and Muntsa Vicente, has started so strong. If you liked The Private Eye (and if you didn't like The Private Eye, fucking shame on you; go sit in a corner and think about what you've done), or Dr Strange: The Oath, or any of BKV's other stuff, or Martin's other stuff, this is something you need to lay eyes upon. They've built quite a phenomenal working relationship by this point, and Vicente's colors are absolutely heart-tugging, face-melting incredible as well, as they were in The Private Eye. I'm not even going to tell you what it's about; the creative team alone should speak volumes.
You can get it here, at their site, for whatever you think it's worth:
I'll have to check it out. I've had my eye on the hardback edition of private eye (looks pretty cool) for a bit now but haven't dropped the 50 bucks on it yet
It is, indeed, a pricey hardcover, given, though it is very pretty, and at 10 issues I've certainly seen thinner HCs (but I feel you; HCs in general are not easy to throw big chunks of change at; luxuries, and not exactly the best value in comics, as a rule). The way I justified it to myself was that I'd been paying a very small amount per issue, digitally, with an eye on dropping actual, substantial monies when it was printed (though, granted, that was an "if it was printed" and not a "when" 'till the announcement at the mid-year Image Expo, but I was always holding out hope), so I was always planning for it, and also that it's soooooo good, honestly might be my favorite comic that I've ever read, and *also* also that I bought it at a heavy discount on instocktrades as part of a large xmas order that mostly contained gifts I was getting for other people. My rationalization game is prodigious.
Great book though. Stellar stuff. And you can always just pay whatever you'd like for the digital, which is still up on their site (and always will be, I wager).