COMICS: Top Comics To Pick Up February 3, 2016

With January gone we enter the beginning of February with the two main publishers going in different directions.  Marvel is ramping up their main story-lines of the year with the beginning of Miles Morales in the Marvel Universe.  DC is getting closer to the end of the New 52 universe with the announcement of Rebirth coming soon.  Image and Titan-Comics are leaning on their heavyweight comics this month to carry them into spring.


Here is a list of the comics I am looking forward to this week.



Writer: Charles Soule 

Master and Padawan find themselves stranded on an unfamiliar world…a world of strange, primitive technology and dangerous natives. But even if they can save themselves…why were they called to this world?



Writer: Tara Butters, Michele Fazekas 

Between hosting a contingent of alien ambassadors, passive aggressive power struggles with her Flight Commander, Abigail Brand, and an insatiable itch to be on the front lines, Carol Danvers A.K.A. Captain Marvel struggles to find her footing on the new Alpha Flight Space Station. To top it off a mysterious ghost ship has entered protected Earth space…And it’s bearing the Star of Hala. Talk about a rough first week on the job…


SPIDER-MAN (2016) #1

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis 

Miles Morales has been doing the super hero thing for a while, now, but after SECRET WARS, he’ll be a full-fledged member of the Marvel Universe. Swinging next to The Invincible Iron Man, The Mighty Thor and the All-New Captain America as a card-carrying member of the Avengers is an adventure, but it’s not all fun and games for New York City’s main Spider-MAN! What happened in the eight month gap? It all starts in SPIDER-MAN #1!



Writer: Cullen Bunn 

Deadpool might be an Avenger now, but he’s also got his own private team of mercenaries…the legally-cleared-to-be-called MERCS FOR MONEY! Got a problem you can’t solve on your own and a pile of money you’d like to be rid of? Just call Deadpool, Stingray, Massacre, Solo, Foolkiller, Terror and Slapstick and watch as that problem is shot, stabbed, eviscerated, pulverized and generally made bloody!




Writer: Benjamin Percy

The Patriots have been cleared of any wrongdoing during the Midnight Parade attack, which only encourages what Green Arrow sees as state-sanctioned violence against the wargs! How can Oliver hide the symptoms of his Lukos infection while keeping the city safe from a brewing war? 




Written By: Robert Venditti

Green Lantern faces off against Sonar and the forces of Modora in an explosive final showdown—but does Hal have enough will to stand up to the coming threat of Parallax?


The Walking Dead #151


Story By: Robert Kirkman

Call to Arms. After the last issue where we saw Rick be attacked by two of his own.  Rick is making a stand to create an army and wipe the Whisperers out.  Now comes the new chapter in Rick Grimes.







Johnny Red is a leader without a squadron. His beloved Falcons have been taken away from him and sent away on a very secret mission, leaving him to shepherd a new clutch of young pilots on their first mission. But, up in the sun, the Luftwaffe’s fighters wait, looking to rack up more kills…

Let us know what you are planning to pick up this week in the comment section

Source: Marvel, DC Comics, Image, Titan-Comics

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