This Week’s Comics – November 8

It’s Wednesday, which means it’s new comic book day! Let’s take a look at what’s available at your local comic book shop today.

For a complete list of this week’s releases, remember to check out the Previews website.

I’m purchasing all my books digitally through Comixology, but if you want to find your local comic shop, click here.

I’m still working on a backlog from last week, so let’s take a look at what’s being added to my reading list over the next week:

DC Comics

Action Comics 991
Batgirl and the Birds of Prey 16 – The men of Gotham are dying and the women, including Wonder Woman and other heroes, are trying to stop it. 
Detective Comics 968
The Flash 34 – A new story arc kicks off, as Flash continues to have problems with his new powers. 
New Super Man 17
Scooby Apocalypse 19
Titans 17 – The team faces its traitor!
Wildstorm: Michael Cray 2
Wonder Woman 34

Image Comics

Royal City 7

  • Tranquilo Baby Tranquilo

    I picked up Star Wars and Detective. Wasn’t impressed with either tbh.

    • I got really excited at the start of this Detective arc and now I feel like it’s just limping along. Who knows when I’ll get to reading it, but I have it.

      • Tranquilo Baby Tranquilo

        It was for more interesting in the prison. I’ve said it before, but there’s just too many characters in detective and I don’t care about 2/3 of them.

        • And more keep getting added. Should include everyone in Gotham and Bludhaven by the end of June…

          • Tranquilo Baby Tranquilo

            I don’t know what the next storyline is but I’m probably dropping it again. Damian, Jason, Batwoman and Batwing should all be sent off on a mission with the omega men for several years.

  • Casual_Kenny_Reigns

    How is the Wildstorm stuff? I really want to read those once they’re collected.

    I also picked up the trade of Royal City based on your recommendation.

    • I think you’ll love Royal City…

      The Wildstorm stuff is pretty good. I don’t know much about the original content, so I’m looking at it fresh (though some names/concepts are familiar). And it’s Warren Ellis. He rarely disappoints.