HOT PICKS! On Sale This Week!

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

Dan Greenfield, editor, 13th Dimension

Batman: The Long Halloween Special #1, DC. Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale return to the world of their 25-year-old Bat-classic. Gotta check it out.

Marvel Masterworks: Ghost Rider Vol. 3, Marvel. Bronze Age Johnny Blaze anyone? Well, here you go. A nice, fat volume of flaming skulls and roaring engines.

Spider-Man Legends Web-Man Action Figure, Hasbro. This 6-incher’s been out for a little bit but it looks like it’s hitting comics shops this week. I have one and I loooooooove it. Black-suit Spidey is cool and all, but I’ll take this evil, inverted version any day.

Chia Pet RuPaul, Joseph Enterprises. I didn’t even know I needed a RuPaul Chia Pet. But I do!

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

Hawkeye: The Saga of Barton & Bishop, Marvel. Just in time for Hawkeye’s premiere on Disney+ comes this complete collection of the critically acclaimed run from writer Matt Fraction and artist David Aja.

The Amazing Spider-Man #77, Marvel. Any time you have Sara Pichelli back on a Spider-Man book, I’m in.

Aquaman/Green Arrow: Deep Target #1, DC Comics. Just the sheer novelty of a Aquaman/Green Arrow team-up book has me intrigued. Not the likeliest combo. Can you even fire an arrow underwater?

Dan adds: I like that DC is even attempting this oddball pairing. It’s like The Brave and the Bold circa 1965. But it’s all because both heroes debuted 80 years ago in 1941’s More Fun Comics #73. Neat.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. When the GA / Aquaman series was announced, it made me think of JLA #94 (first series)–the first appearance of Merlyn, with art by Dick Dillin and Neal Adams, and guest starring Deadman! Would love it if Deadman makes an appearance in this series, even if only a cameo…

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