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SPINNER RACK: Rob’s Pick – Week of 7/26/2017

Welcome to the SPINNER RACK! My name is Rob, and each week I’ll bring you my top picks from the latest comic releases hitting the shelves!  Here are my picks for this week!

 

DARKHORSE

Serenity (Hard Cover) Vol. 5: No Power in the Verse

(W) Chris Roberson (A) Georges Jeanty, Stephen Byrne (CA) Dan Dos Santos

Your Serenity fix is here!

When a call for help to find a missing friend takes them to an Alliance post on the Outer Rim, they encounter a new force building strength to fight the battle of the Browncoats! Discovering that their friend is in Alliance custody and that an Alliance Operative is on the way, Mal strikes an uneasy partnership for a daring rescue. Collects issues #1-#6 of the series and the 2016 Free Comic Book Day story “Serenity: The Warrior and the Wind.”

 

 

DC

Detective Comics #961

(W) James TynionIV (A) Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez (CA) Yasmine Putri

“INTELLIGENCE” part four! Batman and Batwing have thrown every technological trick they have at the powerful A.I. that the order of St. Dumas dubbed “Ascalon”… now there’s nothing left to do but pray!

Click to download Preview: https://www.previewsworld.com/Catalog/Prevue/MAY170225

 

 

 

MARVEL

Thanos #9

W) Jeff Lemire (A) German Peralta (CA) Mike Deodato

The God Quarry. All who have entered, none have ever returned. Now, it’s The Mad Titan’s turn.
Parental Advisory

Click to download Preview: https://www.previewsworld.com/Catalog/Prevue/MAY170897

 

 

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