W: Alex De Campi A: Tony Parker
If you read my posts, you know that I love Soviet spy books or alternative history Red Dawn type books. WOLVERINES! This one sounds like almost like that show the Americans, which I also enjoyed. I can't wait to read this one because the potential is there.
|W: Mark Waid A: Mike Del Mundo|
What can I say about the Avengers that hasn't been said. This looks like a nice jumping on point and hopefully the return to relevance for Marvel. What excites me for this book is that Mark Waid is writing it.
W: Max Bemis A: Dailbor Talajic
Again, just an odd choice as part of the new Marvel line up. An odd premise that sounds like, yeah that might be interesting. A $3.99 price point on this book is a maybe I will get this, but most likely not.
|W:David Walker A: Carlos Pacheco|
I have loved Hawkeye ever since Matt Fraction David Aja did Hawk-Guy. It was the best archer story I have ever read. I hope this bring Hawkeye back into the spotlight with some good stories about a non super powered hero.
|W: Jason Aaron A: Olivier Coipel|
I personally am not a big Thor guy, but with Jason Aaron writing this, how can I not check this book out. Jason Aaron is a great writer, pair him with a Thor that is trying to redeem himself and we got maybe the best possibility of Marvel NOW so far.
This seems like a goofy 80's cartoon to me, but if it hits all the nostalgia right it could be a hit. I don't know what to make of this story, are we talking in the same manner of Birthright, which is great, or is this more geared towards kids? This is a pass for me personally.
|W: Josh Blaylock W: Matt Merhoff|
I am assuming that if you are a fan of Mercy Sparx this is for you, but if you aren't this would be a great opportunity to learn the characters back story and origin.
|W&A Terry Moore|
This looks like a goofy, but fun story. Almost like an anti-Men In Black type book and looks to be worth a read through.
|W: Robert Mulligan A: Juliya Glagol|
This one looks like it has some potential, like Godzilla type story. This is a pick up and see book.
Did I miss something? Let me know if the comments.