TOP 5 COMICS TO BUY – 01/22/20: TRIAGE & HEIST

Share

Wednesday is here again, which means a new week for new comics (TRIAGE & HEIST). 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.

 

WASTED SPACE #13 – $3.99

Vault Comics – Michael Moreci, Hayden Sherman, Jason Wordie, Jim Campbell

Molly and Dust go on a quest of Tolkien proportions while Billy and Fury try to avoid being roasted by emotional vampires!

 

HEIST: HOW TO STEAL A PLANET #3 – $3.99

Vault Comics – Paul Tobin, Arjuna Susini, Vittorio Astone, Saida Temofonte

Glane and the gang shift the heist into high gear, but there’s a few bumps along the road-like a highly-trained bird, some even higher-trained assassins, and a group of Glane lookalikes with murder on their minds. Luckily, Glane has a master plan that involves… two drops of red ink? Huh? How’s THAT going to work?

 

ONCE & FUTURE #6 – $3.99

BOOM! Studios Kieron Gillen, Dan Mora, Tamra Bonvillain, Ed Dukeshire

With the fate of the world in the balance, Duncan must finally accept his role in the larger story. But has Gran trained him well enough to defeat the undead King of the Britons by himself?

 

TRIAGE #5 – $3.99

Dark Horse Comics – Phillip Sevy, Frank Cvetkovic, Nick Robles

This is it. The moment we’ve been building to since the beginning is here. The finale of this exhilarating miniseries has arrived. Who will live? Who will die? How will it all end? Find out here.

 

FAR SECTOR #3 – $3.99

DC Comics – N.K. Jemisin, Jamal Campbell, Deron Bennett

Protecting the City Enduring’s population of 20 billion aliens gets even harder when rookie Green Lantern Jo Mulein is thrust into the middle of a massive protest that’s about to get out of hand. What do the protesters want? The right to feel.

 

The following two tabs change content below.
I read comics. I write about comics. You read about me writing about comics. If you have comics you want me to read, write me, and I will read it. I might even write about it.