Smurfs High Five

#NewComicsDay and it’s a great day to be a comic book enthusiast! Soo many titles as we see the return of one that has been missing from the shelves for far too long. If you didn’t go to the midnight release for this book be sure to drop by our sponsor All C’s Collectibles before it’s gone. While you’re there here’s a few other top picks from Smurf you should consider as we have five stacked high ready to fly:

Saga #55> At long last, Hazel and her star-crossed family are finally back and here to kick off a NEW STORY ARC! So, where the hell have they been? As thanks for fans’ endless patience, the SAGA team is proud to return with a double-length issue—44 pages of story for the regular $2.99 price point—without variant covers or gimmicky renumbering. Just more pulse-pounding adventure, heart-wrenching character drama, and gloriously graphic sex and violence, as SAGA begins the second half the series and the most epic chapter yet! (S) Brian K. Vaughan (A) Fiona Staples

Smurfs Take> God it’s good to have this title back! One of the most captivating stories you could ever read and never expect what’s going to happen next. It’s a masterpiece of science fiction with all of the right feels and if you’ve waited this long to give it a try then now’s the time.

Stray Dogs: Dog Days #2> The STRAY DOGS adventure concludes with this giant-sized anthology issue. Take this last walk with us as we say goodbye to old friends, meet some new dogs, and make one final trip out to the Master’s house of horrors. (S) Tony Fleecs (A) Trish Forstner

Smurfs Take> Never expected just how good and dark this was going to be and absolutely love it. There is something to be said for clever out of the box stories and then you get something like this that redefines your perception.  

Hellboy Silver Lantern Club #4> Simon Bruttenholm relates a strange tale to Hellboy and the Professor, this time spinning a tale of dangerous creatures stalking the streets of London. The Silver Lantern Club teams up with an old vodka-loving, werewolf-hunting friend of Edward Grey’s to capture the ferocious beasts. But the chase is especially difficult when you’re not in your full faculties!

Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson expand the Hellboy universe with a new tale of deceit and danger. They’re joined by veteran artists Christopher Mitten and Ben Stenbeck, with colors by Michelle Madsen. (S) Mike Mignola, Chris Roberson (A) Ben Stenbeck (CA) Mike Mignola (A/CA) Christopher Mitten

Smurfs Take> What I have enjoyed the most about this title is the “EC” feel of it all. The old school horror comics with a modern twist and Hellboy as the host. This title has been perfect in everyway and should be a must for horror and Hellboy fans alike.

Iron Man #16> IRON MAN’S COSMIC TRANSFORMATION CONTINUES! The Iron God arrives back on Earth, intent on making his homeworld a better place for all. Finally, Tony Stark has the power to realize all of his best ideas and intentions…but perhaps the Power Cosmic might enable his ego in ways never seen before. It’s up to his mortal allies to decide: Is the Iron God a fantastic evolution of their old friend or a grave threat? GUEST-STARRING THE AVENGERS AND THE FANTASTIC FOUR!  (S) Christopher Cantwell (A) Julius Ohta

Smurfs Take> Does absolute power corrupt absolutely? It’s been an ongoing conversation between a friend of mine for years. Guess we are about to get the Marvel answer to the question in what has been the best Iron Man series to hit the shelves in years.

DC Vs. Vampires #4> Batman has confirmed who in the Justice League has been turned into a vampire…but can he make his move before the Justice League is turned against him? It’s hero versus hero in this blood-drenched chapter…with clues to who the new Vampire King might be! (S) Matthew Rosenberg (A) Otto Schmidt

Smurfs Take> Don’t know where it fit’s in the DCU and really don’t care. This has been a fun story worth the read for just the sake of reading.

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