TOP 5 COMICS TO BUY – 01/08/20: THE PLOT & STRANGE SKIES OVER EAST BERLIN

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Wednesday is here again, which means a new week for new comics (THE PLOT & STRANGE SKIES OVER EAST BERLIN). If you are like me, you may still have a stack of comics that haven’t been read from last week, but how can anyone fault us for reading. Here is a list of books I will be picking up at my local comic shop.

Like many readers I try to budget my purchases, which can become difficult when there are so many quality books being published each week. So here are 5 titles to consider picking up this week.

THE PLOT #4 – $4.99

Vault Comics – Michael Moreci, Tim Daniel, Josh Hixson, Jordan Boyd, Jim Campbell

The cold, ashen hands of what once was reach into the now… and give a little push.

RELICS OF YOUTH #4 – $3.99

Vault Comics – Matt Nicholas, Chad Rebmann, Skylar Patridge, Vladimir Popov, Andworld Design

Is it all over? Serena’s forces have laid claim to the Fountain of Youth, as Nat confronts the reality of Derek’s terminal cancer. With Queen Adela launching a last bid assault on the pirate intruders, Nat and the other teenagers are faced with a choice: Leave one of their own to die, or embrace their destiny and protect the Oshtia Island from the true nature of man.

POWER RANGERS / TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES #2 – $3.99

BOOM! Studios Ryan Parrott, Simone Di Meo, Walter Baiamonte, Ed Dukeshire, Dan Mora

Tommy faces a shocking betrayal within the Foot Clan that puts him in the crosshairs of their leader – Shredder! But can the Rangers and Turtles put their differences aside before Shredder unleashes his ultimate weapon? No Rangers or Turtles fan can miss this shocking last page!

GIDEON FALLS #20 – $3.99

Image Comics – Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino, Dave Stewart, Steve Wands

“THE PENTOCULUS,” Part Four
Safe to say that in Gideon Falls, when you find a deep, dark lake, it’s best not to drink the water. A lesson that Angie and Norton learn the hard way.

STRANGE SKIES OVER EAST BERLIN #4 – $3.99

BOOM! Studios – Jeff Loveness, Lisandro Esterren, Patricio Delpeche, Steve Wands, Evan Cagle

Herring has been running and spying for so long, it’s hard to tell the allies from the enemies. As the alien monster closes in on Herring, the mental attack forces him to come to terms with his past-and the truth about the government he works for.

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