COMICS: What to Pick Up on 3/2

– by Michael Connally

  With the first week of March upon us it also means the beginning of major comic storylines. We are only a few weeks away from Civil War 2, DC's Rebirth, The Walking Dead climax to the Whispers story line, and Titan-Comics release of old anime favorites.  This week I have pick out some popular comics that probably wont be a surprise.  My favorite series right now is Old Man Logan with issue number 3 coming out today.  Also following the popular adult meditation through coloring DC is releasing a new version of Batman: Hush where you can color in the pages of the story.  Here is a few comics I will be picking up today.

COLORING DC: BATMAN – HUSH VOL. 1

U.S. Price: $15.99

DC Comics presents classic adventures in a whole new way: in black and white, on heavy stock suitable for coloring! This title collects the opening chapters of “Batman: Hush,” from BATMAN #608-611 and a story from Wizard #0, all featuring spectacular artwork by Jim Lee and Scott Williams! 

 

Art by:Scott WilliamsJim Lee

Cover by:Scott WilliamsJim Lee

Written by:Jeph Loeb

 

 

THE OMEGA MEN #9

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With her grand plans for Kyle Rayner completely shattered, Princess Kalista finds herself with no choice but to follow the former Green Lantern into the deadly heart of the Citadel to persuade the Viceroy to do the impossible: make peace with the Omega Men. 

 

Art by:Barnaby Bagenda

Cover by:Trevor Hutchison

Written by:Tom King

 

 

GREEN LANTERN #50

 

In this extra-sized issue, it’s a battle for the fate of Earth! Parallax believes Hal Jordan has failed this universe—and now, he’s prepared to wipe Hal out of existence! Hal has to get over the shock that Parallax still exists so he can unleash the power of his gauntlet to stop him! It’s a battle neither Jordan can win, and one that will change both forever.

 

Art by:Mark IrwinBilly Tan

Cover by:Juan Gimenez

Variant cover by:Doug Mahnke

Written by:Robert Venditti

 

 

ASSAULT ON PLEASANT HILL ALPHA#1



Pleasant Hill looks like the perfect small-town community -- but underneath the surface, a deadly secret lurks. One so explosive it will draw estranged allies Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson back together to save a friend in danger and put things right. But when the combined might of the Captain Americas isn’t enough, whom do they call? In the face of unspeakable evil, it’s time for the Avengers to Assemble like never before! The blockbuster spring AVENGERS event starts right here!

 

Writer: Nick Spencer 
Penciller: Jesus Saiz 
Cover Artist: Jesus Saiz 

 

OLD MAN LOGAN  #3



Fighting to keep his apocalyptic future from coming to pass, Old Man Logan is waging war in the present. And after a disastrous confrontation with the Hulk, Logan looks to enlist the help of an ally. But when he seeks out to recruit his longtime friend HAWKEYE, will he instead find himself in the archer’s sights?

 

Writer: Jeff Lemire 
Penciller: Andrea Sorrentino 
Cover Artist: Andrea Sorrentino 

 

THE WALKING DEAD #152

 

United in fear.  The new group of the block has Rick and his crew pulling together to address the new threat to the colonies.  Also we will get more information on what Negans' motive truly is.

 

Story By: Robert Kirkman
Art By: Charlie Adlard
Art By: Stefano Gaudiano
Art By: Cliff Rathburn
Cover By: Charlie Adlard
Cover By: Dave Stewart

 

THE VIOLENT #3


Mason spirals further out of control, pulling those around him down with him. The bodies continue to pile up

Story By: Ed Brisson
Art By: Adam Gorham

Let us know what comics you will be picking up today.

 

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