Comics: What To Pick Up On April, 6

The Comic Stash I Top Comics And Series Picks For October

This week sees the release of a variety of comics this week.  This is a list of the comics I believe will deliver the most bang for your buck this week.  Check out the picks, and let us know what comics you will be picking up this week.



U.S. Price: $22.99


Art by: Yanick Paquette

Cover by: Yanick Paquette

Written by: Grant Morrison

I have become a really big fan of the Earth One series DC has created.  With the first series of Batman and Superman being successful it was only natural that Wonder Woman would be next.  Plus anything written by Grant Morrison is a must to own.

Synopsis: In this new installment of the New York Times best-selling Earth One original graphic novel line, Grant Morrison (THE MULTIVERSITY) joins with Yanick Paquette (SWAMP THING, BATMAN, INC.) to reimagineWonder Woman for a new era. Encompassing the vision of her original creator, William Moulton Marston, Morrison presents a Diana who yearns to break free from her mother and the utopian society on Paradise Island to learn about the forbidden outside world. Her dreams may come true when Air Force pilot Steve Trevor crashes on their shores, and she must defy the laws of the Amazons to return him to Man’s World.





Art by: Mikel Janin

Cover by: Klaus Janson, John Romita, Jr.

Variant cover by: Danny Miki, John Romita, Jr.

Written by: Peter J. Tomasi


With DC’s full line-up announcement at Wonder-Con two weeks ago it will be interesting to see what the new status quo is for Superman.  Now that he has his powers back Superman is on a mission to create a new team to ensure the world is safe at last.  This story is going to be crammed in with a ton of crossovers so make sure you don’t miss a beat.

Synopsis:  It’s the start of a new chapter in the Man of Steel’s life that will change everything you know as the epic eight-part “Super League,” all written by Peter J. Tomasi, spans BATMAN/SUPERMAN, SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN and ACTION COMICS in April and May!

His time without powers made Kal-El realize that the world is in need of more protectors…more super-powered beings like himself. But where will he find such beings? 




Art by: Juan Ferreyra

Cover by: Juan Ferreyra

Written by: Tim Seeley

With pressure of Suicide Squad being a success in the movie theaters it is safe to say in comic for this has become one of my favorite comics to read.  Tim Seely and Juan Ferrevra have turned this series into an impactful drama that keeps you guessing which way it is going to go.

Synopsis: The Suicide Squad’s freedom proves to be short-lived when their liberators are revealed to be none other than the Fist of Cain, the insane, ultra-violent death cult for whom murdering famous super-villains would be a thrilling path to glory. Harley Quinn and Deadshot fight for their lives while Amanda Waller and Captain Boomerang decide whether they even want to save these most bitter rivals! 




Art by: Szymon Kudranski

Cover by: Patrick Zircher

Variant cover by: Scott Hanna, John Romita, Jr.

Written by: Benjamin Percy

Oliver versus Slade! Nuff said.

Synopsis: In war-torn Africa, Green Arrow and Deathstroke are both hunting for the same man—Doctor Miracle—whose blood cures any disease. They’re battling not only each other, but also a militant group known as The Whites. There is no deadlier foe than the world’s greatest assassin, and against his blade Green Arrow may have met his end.


Star Wars: Poe Dameron (2016) #1


Writer: Charles Soule
Penciller: Phil Noto
Cover Artist: Phil Noto

Get ready to discover one of the most talked about characters from “The Force Awakens” with this new ongoing series.

Synopsis: AN ALL-NEW ONGOING SERIES SPINNING OUT OF STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS! Poe Dameron, former Republic flyer turned Resistance fighter, is the best pilot in the galaxy. Hand-picked for the resistance by General Leia Organa to lead a squadron on a top secret and vital mission…Poe sets off investigating sites of historical importance to the Force. Revealing backstory leading directly into the holidays’ greatest adventure, follow Poe and his X-Wing squadron on covert missions against the First Order brought to you by writer Charles Soule (Star Wars: Lando, Daredevil) and artist Phil Noto (Star Wars: Chewbacca, Black Widow)!


Old Man Logan (2016) #4

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

This series has yet to disappoint.  It is not as exciting or entertaining as the original run with Secret Wars but it become a real mystery if Logan is really preventing the future.

Synopsis: Hellbent on keeping his future from coming to pass, Old Man Logan is on a one-man mission of MURDER across the Marvel Universe. But hoping to end his friend’s rampage, Logan’s OLDEST friend comes to his aid… That’s right, it’s OLD MAN LOGAN vs. OLD MAN ROGERS! Here’s hoping this fight isn’t decided by natural causes…

The Walking Dead #153


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

If the season 5 finale ofThe Walking Dead seemed to be a real disappointment then going back to the comic series should be a little relief.



Writer Alex Irvine

Artist Marco Turini

Synopsis: Following last issue’s explosive revelation, Adam Jensen and TF29’s investigation leads them into the heart of the Glasshütte; Dresden’s heaving transhuman ghetto, where the augmented struggle daily for basic survival. But with its residents, the media, and even the local police vying against them, it’s going to be far from a clean-cut operation.



Writer Garth Ennis

Artist Keith Burns

Colorist Jason Wordie

Letterer Rob Steen

Synopsis: Against orders, Johnny has set out to discover the whereabouts of his beloved Falcon Squadron – sent off on a top secret mission but now vanished. What he discovers is utterly shocking and could change the course of the Second World War!!!




Writers Anthony Del Col, Conor McCreery

Artist Neil Edwards

Colorist Ivan Nunes


Synopsis: Charlotte, Galina and Kody are on a mission; to locate the enigmatic hacker collective, Erudito. Charlotte must delve into the memories of her Inca ancestor to figure out the key to finding the elusive group, but while the Assassins hunt for the clue they need, they themselves become the hunted…

Source: Marvel, DC, Image, Titan Comics



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