Mine was Loki Agent of Asgard #2, which it was probably destined to be, but oh my gosh, I just love this book so much. A lot of humor in this issue. Al Ewing keeps saying that things are going to turn dark down the road, and I can see that with what happened at the end of the first issue, but for now I am enjoying snarky, sassy Loki and the fun tone of the book.
I also picked up and liked Moon Knight #1 and Veil #1. The latter is one I hadn't even had on my radar, but one of the girls working at the shop recommended it to me after bringing me my copy of Loki while I was browsing the rack. I have no idea where the story is going, but it's definitely an intriguing start.
Post by CaptainSuperior on Mar 6, 2014 8:23:14 GMT -5
My book of the week was Magneto #1, the art and story are on point.
He who is certain he knows the ending of things when he is only beginning them is either extremely wise or extremely foolish; no matter which is true, he is certainly an unhappy man, for he has put a knife in the heart of wonder.
She-Hulk #2 was sooooo good! I like the lady with the Monkey and that we will have Hellcat around. Forever Evil #6, wow...just wow!!! Like everyone else, I knew who the prisoner was but that twist was good. Also Manta is a badass. And finally Green Lantern #29, more of a set up issue...although it was nice to see Simon Baz.
Post by thephantomwelshman on Mar 8, 2014 8:57:29 GMT -5
Quite a good few book out this week, standouts for me were Forever Evil #6, God Is Dead #8, Moon Knight #1, and Starlight #1. My favourite book of the week though has to go to Trillium. The story is really coming together nicely. Can't wait for the final issue.
Post by PaulWrites on Mar 11, 2014 15:05:39 GMT -5
The art of Starlight #1 is fantastic, but Forever Evil #6 took it for me. Just a lot of stand out moments for an already strong series. My afterlife with Archie has shipped yet but I hear its fantastic and I'm sure would of been a contender.