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A Comic Show – Batman's Eternal and Deadpool's Married

Aaron Haaland, of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes:

Hey Fandom! I'm back with another stack of New Comics Now! Batman Eternal, All New Marvel Now, and Image made my new comic day.

Batman Eternal is the new weekly comic run headed by Scott Snyder. I'm sold, I got my ticket to ride this weekly train ride through Gotham! I seems like the Gotham Central cops and Bruce's sidekicks will share screen time with the Bat, and that's fine with me.

All New Marvel Now is just churning out great books that feel like passion projects. Iron Fist by Kaare Andrew was my surprise favorite. All New Doop delivered my X-Statix/Shade the Changing Man/Weirdness fix. Milligan know what I want; something as marginal as me! All New Ultimates is an indy fix, Fiffe from the creator owner Copra rocked it. My expectations were low, but having said that, I enjoyed Nightcrawler #1 by Chris Claremont. The special fat issues of Deadpool, All New X-men, and Daredevil all had their hooks (but didn't need to all come out the same week). And the second issues of Ghost Rider and Secret Avengers by Tradd Moore and Ales Kot were both better then the first and welcome editions to the 616.

Over at Image we got a double shot of East of West (volume 2 and #11). If you haven't checked it out, a $1 one dollar #1 is coming the Wednesday before Free Comic Book Day! Walking Dead's All Out War is one issue from it's conclusion…so I really shouldn't say anything about this issue. And Joe Keatinge's Shutter #1 is an all grown up female Jonny Quest in fantastical world that has me wanting more already!

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Hannah Means ShannonAbout Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.
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