Five Must-Read Comics This Week – 12/28/2016
We have sorted through this week’s new releases to bring you in no particular order, five comics that you simply must read this week!
Batman and Superman are back together again-but is their reunion too late?
Written by: Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello
Art by: Klaus Janson, Frank Miller, Andy Kubert
Cover Art by: Andy Kubert
From DC Comics
With River still away from the Serenity, Mal and the crew are forced to conduct a rescue mission without her. Simon and Inara go deep undercover to locate their old friend at an Alliance headquarters while Mal finds his new partnership may include more than he bargained for!
Written by: Chris Roberson
Art by: Georges Jeanty, Karl Story
Cover Art by: Daniel Dos Santos
From Dark Horse Comics
G.I. JOE IS BACK! In the wake of IDW’s Revolution crossover event, G.I. JOE’s mission has become a global one-they aren’t just Real American Heroes, they’re Real Earth Heroes. Get ready for an explosive, innovative take on Joe, as writer Aubrey Sitterson (Street Fighter x G.I. Joe, SKALD) and artist Giannis Milonogiannis (Prophet, Old City Blues) bring you lasers, intense sci-fi action, and the return of all your favorite characters: Scarlett, Roadblock, Snake Eyes and more!
Written by: Aubrey Sitterson
Art by: Giannis Milonogiannis
Cover Art by: Ariel Olivetti
From IDW Publishing
END OF STORY ARC! From the creator of Scott Pilgrim! This issue: Lottie’s dreams of friendship start to come true, but at what cost? Things come to a head in the frenzied finale of the first arc of SNOTGIRL!
Written by: Bryan Lee O’Malley
Art by: Leslie Hung
Cover Art by: Leslie Hung
From Image Comics
EIDOLON, CHAPTER 6: The explosive conclusion to the second JAMES BOND 007 story – Eidolon are in the open, British Intelligence is cracked and in disarray, friends are dead and enemies seem unstoppable – can James Bond intercept the most direct strike of all, from the dead hand of SPECTRE to the heart of British government?
Written by: Warren Ellis
Art by: Jason Masters
Cover Art by: Dom Reardon
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