HOT PICKS! On Sale This Week!

Scott and Dan pick the comics they’re most looking forward to…

Dan Greenfield, editor, 13th Dimension

The Flash: The Death of Iris West, DC. DC collects one of the Bronze Age’s most stunning storylines – the demise of Iris West Allen. This hardcover includes The Flash #270-284, by Cary Bates, Alex Saviuk, Don Heck and others. Classic Dick Giordano cover, too.

Krypto the Super Dog, DC. A charming little show and a charming little comic. This doesn’t have anything to do with anything but our cat Lex has a Krypto plush doll from the show that he carries around the house, howling as he goes. It’s pretty awesome, and so is this paperback collecting Krypto #1-6.

Superman: The Man of Steel Vol. 3, DC. The latest hardcover collecting the ’80s Super-reboot by John Byrne, Jerry Ordway and co. Includes the graphic novel The Earth Stealers.

Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters #1, Marvel. Do you think this John Tyler Christopher variant includes a firing rocket?

Scott Tipton, contributor-at-large, 13th Dimension

Batman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 9, DC Comics. This newest ginormous Batman collection reprints a boatload of issues from the 1950s for the very first time, including an issue in which Batman joins the Royal Canadian Mounties! As the saying goes, when you’ve made the sale, stop sellin’.

Batman: The Adventures Continue: Season One TPB, DC Comics. The first collection of BTAS founding father Paul Dini’s new comics series picking up where The New Batman Adventures left off! Loving this series. (Season Two also starts this week.)

Moon Knight Epic Collection: Bad Moon Rising, Marvel. For all of you excited about the announcement of Oscar Isaac starring in the new Disney+ series Moon Knight, but not really sure who the hell Moon Knight is, Marvel’s got you covered with this re-release.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. I remember watching “Krypto the Superdog” on Cartoon Network, so seeing the paperback cover for the comic series based on the show is an absolute treat.

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  2. The Moon Knight trade came out in 2014. Why is it being treated as a new collection?

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