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

Dan Greenfield, editor, 13th Dimension

Star Trek #400, IDW. This is one of those “let’s count up all the issues in all the series we’ve done and label it an anniversary issue.” Hey, that’s comics today and it doesn’t really matter. What matters is that IDW, which has put out some of the best Trek comics ever — many written by our very own Scott Tipton — is giving you a groovy collection of celebratory stories that hit many points on the timeline of the Final Frontier.

Phantom Lady Facsimile Editions, PS Artbooks. The Facsimile Edition craze has hit PS Artbooks, which is launching a Facsimile imprint to bring you lauded issues from the Golden Age. The first three are Facsimile Editions of Phantom Lady #13-15 from 1947, with art by the great Matt Baker. Each issue runs $19.99.

Batman Returns: One Dark Christmas Eve, Insight Editions. A satirical “children’s book” that proves once and for all that yes, Virginia, Batman Returns is a Christmas movie. (Click here for a SNEAK PEEK.)

New Fantastic Four #4, Marvel. Dig this Paolo Rivera variant that homages Steve Ditko’s classic 1964 Amazing Spider-Man #14, featuring the first appearance of the Green Goblin. Fab!

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

Alien #1, Marvel. I’ll always try out a new Alien series.

All-Out Avengers #1, Marvel. That’s a pretty good lineup, though I’d argue it could use some Hawkeye.

She-Hulk #6, Marvel. These Jen Bartel She-Hulk covers just keep getting better and better.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Someone has to explain to me the thinking behind a variant cover that doesn’t show the heroes of the actual book???

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    • I agree. At least Spidey is in the New FF, but I don’t think GG ties into it at all.

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