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COMICS!!! |OT| September 2017 | 25 Years of wearing a smile to work!



Brought to you by Messi, Freeza, LaunchpadMcQ and VanWinkle! A real solo effort!




Aquaman #28 By Abnett, Sejic (Sept 20th) -Caught in the claws of the monstrous crustacean crime baron known as Crush, Aquaman and Dolphin are bargaining chips in a most dangerous game with the cruel King Rath, who’ll do anything to keep the secret of Arthur’s survival from the people of Atlantis. Meanwhile, Mera’s mission to break into the sealed kingdom hits a rough patch when Atlantis’ magical technology short circuits on a massive scale—especially those devices made of a certain metal...
Batgirl #15 Bu Larson, Wildgoose (Sept 27th)- Just as Batgirl and Nightwing discover which villain from their past has returned, they realize something worse…it was all a trap! When everything they thought they knew comes crashing down, will they be able to confront their true feelings for each other?
Batman: Murder Machine #1 By Tieri, Fedrici (Sept 27th)- As the events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL rock the DC Universe, the creatures of the Dark Multiverse stand ready to invade our world! How can even the World’s Greatest Heroes stop a horde of deadly beings that appear to be powerful, nightmare versions of familiar figures?

Batman: The Red Death #1 By Williamson, Di Giandomenico (Sept 20th)-
As the events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL rock the DC Universe, the creatures of the Dark Multiverse stand ready to invade our world! How can even the World’s Greatest Heroes stop a horde of deadly beings that appear to be powerful, nightmare versions of familiar figures? Find out in these special tie-in issues!
Dark Knights: Metal #2 By Snyder, Capullo, Glapion (Sept 13th)-As Superman and Wonder Woman hunt for a missing ally, Batman investigates a mystery spanning centuries. When the World’s Greatest Detective discovers a foe even greater than the Justice League could possibly imagine, will Earth’s heroes be ready?
Green Arrow #31 By Percy, Schmidt (Sept 20th) - For a year Oliver Queen has been one step behind the Ninth Circle. Now he knows why: an orbiting fortress from which the super-villain financial empire secretly spies, steals, buys, sells and kills everyone and everything Green Arrow needs to defeat them. And. It. Is. Going. DOWN.

Harley Quinn 25th Anniversary Special By Conner, Palmiotti, Dini, Zdarsky, Hardin, Quinones and more (Sept 6th) -
Celebrate twenty-five years of Harley Quinn with this collection of stories by some legendary Harley talent and some who’ve never drawn her before! How does Harley manage her insanely jam-packed life on Coney Island? What haven’t we seen from her past with the Joker? And can even Harley’s psychological acumen crack the twisted mind of…Robin, the Boy Wonder?
Suicide Squad #25 By Williams , Carlini (Sept 13th) -  Inspired by Amanda Waller’s twisted vision of control, international Suicide Squads descend upon metahuman populations around the world. The People’s astonishing endgame is finally laid bare, prompting Harley Quinn to take an unbelievable action to save the world from the Suicide Squad’s own dark imitators. Don’t miss this oversize anniversary issue!
Teen Titans #12 By Percy, Andolfo (Sept 13th) - The fight for Gotham City’s soul starts here! When Robin receives a distress call from Nightwing urging him to return home, he discovers that Gotham City has been transformed into a mosaic of monsters, magic and doom! Trapped inside the Riddler’s deadly maze with nowhere to turn, Robin soon assembles an unlikely team of hometown heroes including Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, Black Canary and Green Arrow to find the missing Nightwing and save their city!



Doom Patrol #9 By Way, Derington (Sept 27th) - The secret of Terry None (maybe)! The return of old enemies (usually)! Casey eats S**t (again)! Strange babies (possibly)! Ungrateful cats (predictably)! Robotman punches stuff (of course)! Negative Man goes dark (potentially)! New life and anti-life (because)! All of this and none of it happens as reality begins to transform for the Doom Patrol. The stage is being set for the stage to be reset and you’re not going to want to miss the ambulance or you’ll never get to the theater on time.
Mother Panic #11 By Houser, Crystal (Sept 27th) - An unexpected face from the past throws Mother Panic’s mission into turmoil. But things from Gather House are never what they seem, especially friendships. Meanwhile, a plan is set in motion at the Pike Hotel to figure out exactly what’s going on in Rebecca’s head.
Shade, The Changing Girl #12 By Castellucci, Zarcone, Parks (Sept 6th) - Shade’s Earthly wanderings reach a dangerous crescendo, as the Metans descend on Hollywood. Can Loma escape by hiding out in Honey’s body, or will that just mean Honey goes with Megan’s body to a Metan jail? Plus, learn the fates of Lepuck, River, and Teacup in the brain-melting conclusion of our first story arc.





Black Bolt #5 By Ahmed, Ward (Sept 6th) - As Black Bolt turns the tables on the evil Jailer! But what about his fellow prisoners? Given a choice, will the Midnight King choose the company of thieves? And what hope do they have against a creature who knows their deepest secrets?
Generations Cap Marvel and Captain Mar-Vell #1 By Stohl, Schoonover (Sept 13th) - Carol Danvers, THE MIGHTY CAPTAIN MARVEL, finds herself face-to-face with someone she never thought she’d see again — Mar-Vell of the Kree, THE MIGHTY CAPTAIN MARVEL! But before she can get to the bottom of this impossible reunion, she gets embroiled in combat with someone who wants the Kree destroyed — talk about terrible timing!
Generations Iron Man & Iron Heart #1 By Bendis, Rudy (Sept 6th) - Join Ironheart as she discovers things about the Iron Man legacy that will change her forever. IRON MAN writer and Riri co-creator Bendis teams up with the award-winning multimedia artist Marco Rudy to give you a beautiful, unique look at the first step into a new era of Iron Man!

Jessica Jones #12 By Bendis, Gaydos (Sept 6th) - The secrets of Maria Hill are revealed, and the Marvel Universe will never be the same again! Has Jessica opened a door that she can now never close? How will it affect the other Defenders?
Marvel Legacy #1 By Aaron, Ribic (Sept 27th) - It begins at the dawn of the human race, and ends with a child’s prayer! In between, empires fall, mysteries brew, secrets are revealed, quests are undertaken and legends are forged! All leading up to the dramatic return you’ve been waiting for — and one you’ve been dreading!
Mighty Captain Marvel #9 By Stohl, Bandini (Sept 27th) - Between battling a horde of Chitauri, keeping Alpha Flight afloat and fighting off the raging HLA monster insider her, Carol Danvers has been stretched a little thin.

Runaways #1 By Rowell, Anka (Sept 13th) - The “IT” book of the early 2000s with the original cast is back – Nico! Karolina! Molly! Chase! Old Lace! And, could it be? GERT?! The heart of the Runaways died years ago, but you won’t believe how she returns!
Secret Empire Omega #1 By Spencer, Sorrentino (Sept 13th) - Hydra has fallen, but the world is still not secure! As the heroes of the Marvel Universe stir from the wreckage of the battlefield, the inevitable rebuilding must begin. However, one question hangs in the air over the proceedings: What redemption can there be for Captain America?
Uncanny Avengers #27 By Zub, Izaakse (Sept 13th) - It’s hard to take a stand when the world keeps spinning...



Star Wars Annual #1 By Latour, Walsh (Sept 20th) - The Rebel Alliance is on the lookout for a new secret base! Rebellion leader Princess Leia goes with Han Solo to scope out a secret hideout only he knows…as well as the group of killers who want him dead!
Captain Phasma #1 By Thompson, Checchetto (Sept 20th) - As the excitement ramps up for this December’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, come back with us to the final moments of The Force Awakens and the destruction of Starkiller Base to learn the fate of Captain Phasma! Captured by the Resistance and thrown into a garbage masher, we follow the chrome-adorned warrior from the site of the First Order’s biggest defeat to the doorstep of this holiday season’s biggest blockbuster!
Dr Aphra #12 By Gillen, Walker (Sept 6th) - VADER IS BACK!





Angelic #1 By Spurrier, Wijngaard (Sept 20th) - Humanity’s long gone. Its memory lingers only as misunderstood rituals among mankind’s leftovers: the genetically modified animals they used and abused for eons. But for one young flying monkey, QORA, the routines are unbearable. All she wants is to explore. Instead she’s expected to settle down, to become a mother...to lose her wings.
Black Science #31 By Remender, Scalera (Sept 6th) - Reunited in the face of incalculable chaos, our Dimensionauts dive back into a one-way mission to the center of all existence. It’s time for scientific anarchy to save the day, or spell doom for all creation. One of those.
Glitterbomb The Fame Game #1 By Zub, Morissette-Phan, Russell (Sept 20th) - Kaydon Klay wants to be famous. She wants it more than anything else she's ever known. The dream is hers for the taking, and all she has to do is embrace the national tragedy that's put her in the spotlight...

Motor Crush #6 By Fletcher, Stewart, Tarr (Sept 6th) - While Domino Swift struggles to comprehend her jump forward in time, we cycle backwards to learn more about her father's former racing career, the story of his missing leg, and his secret connection to the machine narcotic Crush.
Rat Queens special: Orc Dave #1 By Wiebe, Dunbar, Bonvillain (Sept 27th) - Long before Palisade and the Four Daves, Orc Dave enjoyed a secluded life with his father in the mystical Green Wilds. There are vile, evil monsters that stalk their land, but something worse has just arrived: the Rat Queens
The Realm #1 By Peck, Haun, Filardi (Sept 13th) - Fifteen years ago, our world was overrun by creatures of myth; orcs, dragons, and other nameless horrors threw the entire planet into total chaos. Today, the shattered remnants of civilization must fight just to survive in a deadly new era of violence and mayhem. While a powerful sorcerer marshals his forces, a group of warriors embark on a journey to reclaim our world from the growing darkness.

Saga #47 By Vaughn, Staples (Sept 27th) -
Meet Ianthe, who has very big plans for The Will.
Snotgirl #7 By O'Malley, Hung, Cohen (Sept 6th) - Lottie Person is a beloved blogger who's living life while secretly suffering from alarming allergies. This month: Fashion your seatbelts, because the girls are planning a road trip to San Diego!
Walking Dead #171 By Kirkman, Adlard, Gaudiano, Rathburn (Sept 6th) - Who is she, and what does she want?




Giant Days #30 By Allison, Sarin, Fleming (Sept 6th) - As Easter break looms, Esther and Susan are forced to address Ingrid’s constant crimes against household decency.
Godshaper #6 By Spurrier, Goonface (Sept 13th) - Final issue! Caught between the Demonstrators and the mob with his friends’ lives on the line, Ennay has one last chance to use every bit of cunning and shaping ability he has to get himself out of this mess.
Hi-Fi Fight Club #2 By Usdin, Vakueva (Sept 27th) - With Rory in danger and Chris finally in on the crew’s off-hour activities, they need a plan to get to her in time… and they find it in the most unexpected place!

Lazaretto #1 By Chapman, Levang (Sept 6th) - After a pandemic strikes, a dorm complex at a small American college is quarantined with all of the students trapped within. What first starts out as youthful freedom from authority soon devolves into a violent new society—it’s Lord of the Flies on a college campus.
Misfit City #5 By Smith, Lustgarten, Franquiz (Sept 20th) - Wilder and her friends draw closer to finding the treasure of Black Mary, but life is pulling them away from the path that leads to X marks the spot!
Slam: The Next Jam #1 By Ribon, Julia (Sept 27th) - After breaking one of the biggest rules in derby (not to mention an actual collarbone), Knockout and CanCan have a lot of work to do to rehabilitate their bodies and improve their standings in the league.




Bloodshot Salvation #1 - Jeff Lemire’s take on the motion picture LOGAN without the editorial influence of Marvel.
Faith And The Future Force #3 - Time and time again, Faith and Neela keep failing to save time itself. No matter which allies they recruit, the result is the same. However, after failing with the strongest forces of the Valiant universe, they must now turn to a completely unlikely and strange ally.
Ninjak #0 - Ninjak does spy stuff!

Secret Weapons #4 - The Secret Weapons have finally found ways to use their powers effectively, and with Livewire captured, they need to band together to take down Rex-O and his diabolical handler. Will they enlist the help of the “crazy one” or will the try to go it with their own abilities?
War Mother #2 - In the midst of making her husband feel emasculated, Ana has to fight for her life and the lives of her people to find a home for them. Like, seriously, this guy needs to get his priorities straight.
XO Manowar #7 - 2001: A Valiant Odyssey! Aric has finally uncovered the plot of the emperor, and as the monolith lays siege to the city, he resolves to go to war with it for the lives of everyone on his planet. Aric is back baby, and with a tiara now!





Animosity The Rise #3 By Superstar Marguerite Bennett, Doe (Sept 6th) - The City by the Sea is under Animal control. Led by a mysterious beast, and under laws and dangers never known before, the city is on the brink of crisis-and one man stands between totalitarian order or ravenous chaos. What choice is there? 
Archie #24 Bu Waid, Mok (Sept 27th) - The fallout from "Over the Edge" continues! One of the Riverdale kids has become a pariah in town, so it's either run or face a life filled with hate and violence!
Hellboy and the BRPD 1955: Occult Intelligence #1 By Mignola, Roberson, Martinbrough (Sept 13th) - A layover on a remote island drops Hellboy into a web of intrigue involving government secrets and foreign agents waging their own cold war over a weapon that might be right up the BPRD's alley. In England Bruttenholm uncovers more secrets, indicating a worldwide supernatural conflict about to boil over.

Infinite Loop: Nothing But the Truth #1 By Charretier, Colinet, Di Nicuolo (Sept 27th) - The Infinite Loop is back with a new self-contained story, a perfect jumping-on point for new readers! Twin Peaks-creepiness collides with Orwell's 1984-dystopian madness in this sci-fi mini series, as Teddy is sent back in time in a little town where people are addicted to lies.
Insexts #13 By Superstar Marguerite Bennett, Kristantina (Sept 13th) - In the climactic arc finale of INSEXTS, Lady and Mariah-the deadly Victorian vixens out for revenge-begin a chain reaction to alter their world forever...
Kim and Kim: Love is a Battlefield #3 By Visaggio, Cabrera (Sept 27th) - The Kims' old friend Kathleen shows up with some startling news: Kim D's ex-girlfriend has a bounty on her head the size of Texas -- and the criminal resources to justify it. So this is the part where stuff gets kinda serious. It does have a giant robot, though.

Lady Mechanika : The Clockwork Assassin #3 By Benitez, Chen, Montiel (Sept 27th) -
Lady Mechanika thinks she knows who sent an assassin after her associate Mr. Lewis and his colleagues. But will she be able to stop them in time? 
Star Wars Adventures #1 By Scott, Charm (Sept 6th) - Introducing an exciting new era in all-ages Star Wars comics! Each issue in this monthly series will feature two stories, starring your favorite Star Wars characters from all the films! This debut issue will reveal Rey's early adventures on Jakku as well as a comical tale of clone catastrophe!
World of Animosity #1 By Superstar Marguerite Bennett, La Torre (Sept 20th) - A journey through an apocalypse like none ever imagined-this singular one-shot brings readers and fans alike an exclusive look at the characters, creatures, maps, mysteries, enemies, histories, and the road-so-far in a world where the Animals have risen up to take revenge.




Harley Quinn by Karl Kesel and Terry Dodson Deluxe Edition Vol 1 (September 6) - Harley Quinn’s first solo series from the early 2000s is collected in an all-new series of oversized hardcovers. Collects #1-9. 224 pages. $29.99
Harley Quinn Omnibus Vol 1 by Palmiotti/Conner (September 6) - This omnibus series will see Palmiotti and Conner’s run on Harley Quinn collected in full! Collects Harley Quinn #0-16, Harley Quinn Director’s Cut #0, Harley Quinn: Futures End #1, Harley Quinn Invades San Diego Comic Con #1, Harley Quinn Annual #1, Secret Origins #4, Harley Quinn Holiday Special #1, Harley Quinn Valentines Day Special #1, and Harley Quinn & Power Girl #1-6. 768 pages. Oversized hardcover. $99.99
Harley Quinn Rebirth Deluxe Edition Vol 1 (September 13) - The first two paperback volumes of Harley Quinn Rebirth by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner are collected in one oversized hardcover! Collects Harley Quinn #1-13. 304 pages. $34.99
Batman Year One Deluxe Edition (September 6) - This new edition includes David Mazzucchelli’s original pencil pages, sketches and script pages from Frank Miller, and other bonus materials. Collects Batman #404-407. 144 pages. Oversized hardcover. $34.99
Harley Quinn: A Celebration of 25 Years (September 13) - This brand new hardcover collects Harley’s most memorable stories! 408 pages. Standard-sized hardcover. $39.99
Superman Rebirth Deluxe Edition Vol 1 (September 27) - The first two paperback volumes of Superman Rebirth by Peter Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, and Doug Mahnke are collected in one oversized hardcover! Collects Superman: Rebirth #1 and Superman #1-13. 336 pages. $34.99


Punisher by Garth Ennis Omnibus (September 6) - The creator that brought you Preacher restores the Punisher to his former glory and ultraviolent roots. Collects Punisher (2000) #1-12, Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe, Marvvel Knights Double-Shot 1, Punisher (2001) #1-7, #13-37. 1136 pages. Oversized hardcover. $100.00
Darth Vader by Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larroca Omnibus (September 6) - Fresh from a stinging defeat at the hands of the Rebel Alliance, Vader must reassert the Empire’s iron grip on the galaxy. Collects Darth Vader #1-25, Annual, Star Wars: Vader Down 1, and Star Wars #13-14. 736 pages. Oversized hardcover. $100.00
Planet Hulk Omnibus (September 6) - After a brutal battle between Hulk and the FF, Earth’s greatest heroes decide they must shoot Hulk into space. But when he lands on the savage world of Sakaar, an epic for the ages begins. Collects Fantastic Four (1998) #533-535, Incredible Hulk (2000) 88-105, Giant-Size Hulk (2006) 1, What If? Planet Hulk, Planet Hulk: Gladiator Guidebook, Material from New Avengers Illuminati (2006) and Amazing Fantasy (2004) 15. 656 pages. Oversized hardcover. $100.00


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The IDW Collection Vol 5 (September 6) - IDW’s ongoing TMNT series by Kevin Eastman continues in its deluxe format. Collects #38-44 and the TMNT/Ghostbusters crossover. 368 pages. Oversized hardcover.
The Wicked & The Divine Book Two (September 6) - Kieron Gillen and Jamie Mckelvie’s critically acclaimed Image series continues in this second volume. Collects #12-22, along with copious amounts of making-of material and director’s commentary. 400 pages. Oversized hardcover.
Empowered Deluxe Edition Vol 3 (September 13) - Five years after the release of Vol 2, Empowered is finally getting a third volume. Collects Empowered paperback volumes 7, 8, and 9, plus a slew of extras. 704 pages. Standard-sized hardcover.



DC Bombshells Harley Quinn Deluxe statue - DC Collectibles - Harley Quinn drops through the clouds in this extraordinary new statue that displays her original, full-concept Bombshells depiction. Limited Edition of 5,000 - Measures Approximately 14.46" Tall - $200.00
Ms. Marvel bishoujo statue - Kotobukiya - This beautiful sculpted 1/7-scale statue is based on a new character interpretation and illustration by Shunya Yamashita. Ms. Marvel stands ready for action in her blue and red outfit, scarf tails trailing behind her. - $74.99
DC Designer Series Wonder Woman by Frank Cho - Wonder Woman takes sword and shield in hand in this powerful new Designer Series statue from renowned artist Frank Cho! Limited Edition of 5,000 Measures Approximately 12.18" Tall - $150.00


LaunchpadMcQs Valiant Comics thread (Great for Valiant newbies)
Help support my name is ed! His comic Rage Against the Jackal is available digitally on Comixology!
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We've been having some talk of spoilers a lot lately, so I figured it's a good idea to have a section for it.
-If you must post a spoilery panel or a page from a comic (recent or otherwise), please link to them with a proper spoiler warning.
-Please at least allow one week before posting unmarked spoilers.
-Announcements/Solicitations are not spoiler worthy, no need to tag
- Don't spoiler tag images, it doesn't work on mobile so its not reliable.

Brian Fellows

Pete Carroll Owns Me
Just gonna repost this for the new guy....

Hey dudes, I'm not into Marvel comics but I watch every MCU movie at the theater and I enjoy other things Marvel like the 90's cartoons (X-Men and Spider-man) and video games. Also I read some famous stories like: Civil War 1, Kraven's Last Hunt, Daredevil Born Again, and a lot of Spider-man comics in the 90's.

With that said I'd like to know which Marvel comics would be a good jumping point for me now. I was thinking maybe Jonathan Hickman's Avengers? Or Brian Bendis All-New X-Men?

Or is there something newer that I should be looking into? If there is I would prefer but any suggestion is appreciated. I'm looking for the best Marvel comics out there.


PS. I'm huge DC fan, I read a lot of the classics, specially Batman stories, and almost everything I wanted of the New 52. Unfortunately I'm a little behind on Rebirth but I already know what to look for, I'm just too lost when it comes to Marvel.

For X-Men I'd avoid Bendis' run. It's not his best work. Start further back. Morrison's New X-Men run or Whedon's Astonishing X-Men run. The New X-Men (Academy X) run that came after Morrison's was pretty cool too. It focused on the younger mutants still in school. Then there is my personal favorite X-run Maddrox/X-Factor Investigations.

Those are all from the same basic era. If you want something a little more recent go with Aaron's Wolverine and the X-Men run.

Gwenpool is the best book marvel currently publishes. Its nothing like Deadpool btw dont let the name fool you

Yes Gwenpool is the bees knees!


Whoa. Collected editions section. You guys really outdid yourselves this month. Thanks for putting it all together!

Giant Days continues to be great. Big month for DC and Marvel. Glad to see the Death Machine made it into the OP!

Excited to see that Slam Jam slam my jam, fam. Whenever I read the comic or look at the title, I think of all the inside jokes my comic partner and I have which are combinations of Space Jam, Barkley Gaiden, and the Japanese novel series Yukikaze references to the words slam and jam.


Whoa. Collected editions section. You guys really outdid yourselves this month. Thanks for putting it all together!

Giant Days continues to be great. Big month for DC and Marvel. Glad to see the Death Machine made it into the OP!

Excited to see that Slam Jam slam my jam, fam. Whenever I read the comic or look at the title, I think of all the inside jokes my comic partner and I have which are combinations of Space Jam, Barkley Gaiden, and the Japanese novel series Yukikaze references to the words slam and jam.

I fucking hate that cover.


I fucking hate that cover.
It's so funny to me. It's very dumb, but amusing. I knew it wasn't your choice to put it in.

Did this joke about you doing everything start from me thanking only you that one time? ._.


It's so funny to me. It's very dumb, but amusing. I knew it wasn't your choice to put it in.

Did this joke about you doing everything start from me thanking only you that one time? ._.

It was multiple people since I started making the threads. Really I do everything. The others are just alts.


Good job on the Thread Messi.
If Starfire is just Goku and if Blackfure is Raditz, when is DC going to make the Vegeta character? Hopefully in another Starfire solo series.


Good job on the Thread Messi.
If Starfire is just Goku and if Blackfure is Raditz, when is DC going to make the Vegeta character? Hopefully in another Starfire solo series.

Good luck ever seeing another Starfire solo series. That book bombed and it only got 12 issues due to Palmiotti and Conner. Even though the book was great :(
Why'd they make Eric Raymond so handsome in the comics? When you see him in the cartoon you instantly know he's a dick, but I guess he got that dick in this.

Brian Fellows

Pete Carroll Owns Me
September Buys!

Birthright #26
Black Magick #8
Black Monday Murders #7
Black Science #31
Curse Words #8
Deadly Class #31
East of West #35
Elsewhere #2
The Fix #10
Kill or Be Killed #12
Kill the Minotaur #4
Lazarus X+66 #3
Manifest Destiny #31
Saga #47
Scales and Scoundrels #1
Shirtless Bear-Fighter #4
Southern Bastards #18
Violent Love #8
The Walking Dead #171
Wayward #23
The Wicked + The Divine #31
Youngblood #5

Dark Horse
Black Hammer #13

Hi-Fi Fight Club #2
Mech Cadet Yu #2
Misfit City #5
Slam The Next Jam #1

Slam The Next Jam might be the worst name for a comic ever but I'm glad it's coming back


I can resend it tomorrow. I don't have it in my sent messages anymore. Will have to re-upload it.

Says Mr. Advanced Solicit. :3

If you'd like. I must have accidentally deleted it.

Speaking of variants. Warren Louw did a variant for next weeks Harley birthday book. Two versions depending on your tastes. I love his harley so very much. Its only available in one store though :/

I bought two prints off of Warren recently. He offered to ship them to me even though he usually doesnt sell them outside of cons. super nice.


In the books reveal he felt the need to drop a mention to Black Lives Matter and the wage gap and the second he felt any kind of pushback he got defensive and started saying his batman wasnt political , wasnt SJW batman .

“My main goal was to undo the comic tropes while changing Gotham from a comic book city into a real city—a city dealing with everything from Black Lives Matter to the growing wage gap,” Murphy said in the interview. “[But] rather than write a comic about the wage gap, I gave those ideas to the Joker, who leads a kind of media war against Gotham’s elite by winning people over with his potent observations and rhetoric.”
That just killed the whole reason I was excited. I don't usually buy Batman comics but was gonna make an exception for this. He better frontpedal.
Hes been back peddling since the second the reveal happened and keeps putting his foot in it.

Also this is not a good look


I really hope he is aware of what they are implying...

I don't technically disagree with the centrist comment, but that's generally only applicable for a political climate where the right hasn't gone completely off the deep end.


I don't technically disagree with the centrist comment, but that's generally only applicable for a political climate where the right hasn't gone completely off the deep end.

Look at the last few tweets of those accounts....look at the people he is trying to appease...and the implication of what the messages they sent him have.

Brian Fellows

Pete Carroll Owns Me
I still haven't forgiven the guy for flaking out on Tokyo Ghost. I don't believe for a second that TG was only supposed to be 10 issues. They clearly skipped over stuff to get to the end.




Guys... he's still trying to sell some comicbooks in the end. It's not like his actual story's going to change since a lot of it is finished by now. He's just saying this stuff so people will buy his products.

And he brings up in other tweets that he's been getting harassed by trolls and is clearly worried it'll damaged the comic's word of mouth.
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