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B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth #135 (Cover A Laurence Campbell), $3.50

B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth #135 (Cover B Mike Mignola), $3.50

 

It’s the beginning of the final arc! It’s sure to be epic and it’s sure to be exciting.

 

Dark Horse Presents #14, $4.99

 

The Rook is back! And so is Alex de Campi and Jerry Ordway’s Semiautomagic!

 

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Death Head #3 (Of 6), $3.99

 

Okay, I really need to read this comic. I need to track down a first issue. Lately I’ve been crazy into horror comics and I want to read as many as possible. This one seems like it has all of my favorite things – ghosts, tested family relationships, and creepy masks.

 

Groo Friends And Foes #9, $3.99

 

The antagonists of this issue are named Pal ‘n’ Drum. If that doesn’t make you want to read it, I don’t know what will!

 

Midnight Society The Black Lake #3 (Of 4), $3.99

 

It’s the second to last issue and I still need to catch up on this one too! I love the idea of a mystery taking place underneath the surface of Loch Ness.

 

Paybacks #1, $3.99

 

Alright everybody, I get it, the ‘90s were a silly time for comics!! But when will we let that poor decade retreat to the corner in its shame and stay there. I’ll give the pocket bashing a pass for this series since it makes fun of several comic tropes, but sometimes I wonder how Rob Liefeld feels about all of this jibber jabber. Anyhow, this comic was very fun. The best character was most certainly Night Knight with his journaling and his unicorn and his Knight Light (yes, that is his version of the Bat Signal), but all the characters were silly, fun, and enjoyable. This book has a lot of character and I love it’s ribbing of superheroes present and past. It’s definitely a first issue to pick up!

 

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Plants Vs Zombies #4 (Grown Sweet Home), $2.99

 

It’s the beginning of a new three-issue arc! The name kind of makes me want to Groan Sweet Home (Get it? Get it?), but I’m sure it will be great!

 

Usagi Yojimbo #148, $3.50

 

This issue is a self contained story! So if you haven’t read Usagi Yojimbo before, this may be the perfect place for you to start.