American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest by Sean Murphy
Joe the Barbarian and Jack by Sean Murphy
…No matter how many women you see, there’s always one woman you’re thinking of.Daytripper - Fabion Moon & Gabriel Ba
Uncharted:The Fourth Labyrinth - Definitely any fan of the game or an Indy type adventure may read this. It has a compelling story to keep it exciting. It’s a fun read.
We3 (Comic Book) - Ok, this comic is the type that I definitely like. It doesn’t require a million words to get its point across. I like that Grant Morrison(the writer) depended a lot on Frank Quitely to express his idea. It takes on the experiments on animals and how there are a lot of the things the government does behind closed doors. It can be emotional to those who love animals but definitely a great story.
Ultimate Comics : Spider Man - Brian Michael Bendis never dissapoints. His introduction to Miles Morales was genius. The way to get him his powers, his newfound inspiration from the original, the costume, Bendis really knows how to make sure the fans appreciate a character. The story is great and I liked how even though it might seem like a kid comic book he keeps the reality that these days profanity is usually around. I am psyched for the whatever lies ahead for the new Spidey.