TOP 5 Comics: May 28th 2014

Published on June 3rd, 2014

We hope you had a great week and now it is time for you to enjoy Simon and Sebastian’s Top  5 from last week and then take a listen to the Pick of The Week Podcast on Wednesday to hear more thoughts on each book that they picked! It is just that simple! So enjoy the books every week at your favorite community for comic news, reviews, podcast and more only here at Comic Impact!

Simon’s Top 5

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C.O.W.L. # 1 – By Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel and artwork by Rod Reis

Welcome to the “Chicago Organized Workers League” — the world’s first Super-Hero Labor Union! While C.O.W.L. once stood as a beacon of hope against an epidemic of organized crime and an unbeatable “brotherhood” of Super-Villains, the union now faces its fiercest foe yet — a disillusioned public. In targeting the last of the great villains, C.O.W.L. attempts to prove its value to the world and to each other, while staving off villainy from both outside and inside its offices.

Elephantmen #57 – By Marian Churchland and Richard Starkings with artwork by Marley Zarcone

Marian Churchland returns to ELEPHANTMEN to tell the story of AGATHE, the girl who wanted to be Yvette.

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Harbinger #23 – By Joshua Dysart and artwork by Clayton Henry

Dead. Means. Dead.

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Nightwing #30 – By Tim Seeley, Tom King with artwork by Javier Garron, Jorge Lucas, Mikel Janin, Guillermo Ortego

The Bat Family is forced to face the brutal aftermath of FOREVER EVIL, but after everything they’ve been through, can they stand together?

Star Wars Legacy II #15 – By Gabriel Hardman,Corinna Bechko and artwork by Gabriel Hardman

  • The good news: Ania Solo has escaped the vengeance of a crazed bounty hunter.
  • The bad news: She has been taken into custody by the Empire for the murder of an Imperial Knight!
  • Somebody’s getting a death sentence!

Sebastian’s Top  5 

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C.O.W.L. # 1 – By Kyle HigginsAlec Siegel and artwork by Rod Reis

Welcome to the “Chicago Organized Workers League” — the world’s first Super-Hero Labor Union! While C.O.W.L. once stood as a beacon of hope against an epidemic of organized crime and an unbeatable “brotherhood” of Super-Villains, the union now faces its fiercest foe yet — a disillusioned public. In targeting the last of the great villains, C.O.W.L. attempts to prove its value to the world and to each other, while staving off villainy from both outside and inside its offices.

Ghostbuster #16 – By Erik Burnham with artwork by Dan Schoening

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before; a Sumerian god has invaded the City that Never Sleeps, causing all manner of chaos. People are possessed. Blood rains from the sky. Dogs and cats… you get the picture. This is where you call the Ghostbusters, they break out their neutrona wands and cross the streams, taking care of business and saving the day, right? Maybe not this time!

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Ms.Marvel #4 – By G.Willow Wilson and artwork by Adrian Alphona

  • • Marvel’s breakout hit, Ms. Marvel, continues as Kamala Khan discovers the dangers of her newfound powers.
  • • And unlocks a secret behind them as well.
  • • Don’t miss the boldest (and adorable-est!) hero to make her Marvel debut!

Nightwing #30 – By Tim Seeley, Tom King with artwork by Javier Garron, Jorge Lucas, Mikel Janin, Guillermo Ortego

The Bat Family is forced to face the brutal aftermath of FOREVER EVIL, but after everything they’ve been through, can they stand together?

Tress #1 – By Warren Ellis and Jason Howard

Ten years after they landed. All over the world. And they did nothing, standing on the surface of the Earth like trees, exerting their silent pressure on the world, as if there were no-one here and nothing under foot. Ten years since we learned that there is intelligent life in the universe, but that they did not recognize us as intelligent or alive. Beginning a new science fiction graphic novel by WARREN ELLIS and JASON HOWARD.

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