It's new comic day's eve here at ComicBook.com, and with the myriad of excellent titles out on shelves right now, it can be easy to get a bit overwhelmed at the choices.
While your pull list might already be full, there are plenty of books that are worthy of your attention this Wednesday, including the six books highlighted on this list. Whether the book is a great jumping on point, a big finale, or just something a bit different than the traditional superhero fare, there's something here for everyone.
Of course, there are more than just six books worth your time this week, so here are a few runners-up that you should definitely check out if your wallet permits.
Generations: Iron Man & Ironheart #1 is written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Marco Rudy. The official description is listed below.
Riri Williams is given a once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet Tony Stark - Sorcerer Supreme! Join Ironheart as she discovers things about the Iron Man legacy that will change her forever. IRON MAN writer and Riri co-creator Bendis teams up with the award-winning multimedia artist Marco Rudy to give you a beautiful, unique look at the first step into a new era of Iron Man!
Bombshells United #1 is written by Marguerite Sauvage with art by Marguerite Bennett and covers by Rachel and Terry Dodson and Babs Tarr. The official description is below.
The Bombshells are back in an all-new series! As our new tale begins, the year is 1943, and Wonder Woman is called to Arizona for help by two young girls named Cassie Sandsmark and Donna Troy! The girls’ friends and families are being displaced from their homes and forced into internment camps! To save them, can Wonder Woman fight against the same people she once fought alongside?
Generations: Captain Marvel & Ms. Marvel #1 hits stores Wednesday, and you can find the official description below.
Ms. Marvel's falling out with her idol Carol Danvers, a.k.a. the Mighty Captain Marvel, just took a BIZARRE turn! Kamala suddenly finds herself as an intern at Woman Magazine - Carol's former place of employment! Between cozying up to her boss, filing back issues, and her usual super-heroing, how will Kamala find time to figure out what got her here in the first place?
Alright, with that out of the way, here are the six books you should give a chance this week!
Matt Mueller: Justice League #28
The mystery around just what happened to the future Arthur Curry continues, and perhaps fans will finally find out why he followed the Justice League's kids into the past.
Also, why did Wonder Woman abandon Hunter in the future? More secrets will soon come to light!
Justice League #28 is written by Bryan Hitch with art by Matt Banning and Fernando Pasarin and covers by Hitch and Nicholas Bradshaw. The official description is listed below.
“LEGACY” part three! An outside threat has followed the League’s children back from the future in order to destroy them. His name is Arthur Curry, and he will not stop until they are all dead!
Justice League #28 is in stores this Wednesday.
Jenna Anderson: Motor Crush #6
One of the slickest books on the stands is back for a new arc, which will take readers back to the days of Domino's youth. Her father will also be in the spotlight, and fans will finally have some long-running questions answered about his connection to Crush.
Motor Crush #6 is written by Babs Tarr, Brenden Fletcher, and Cameron Stewart, with art by Stewart. Covers are provided by Tarr, Jake Wyatt, Kevin Wada, and Kris Anka, and you can find the official description below.
The critically acclaimed series returns with a new 6-issue arc, kicking off with a special story guest-illustrated by co-creator CAMERON STEWART, and featuring four breathtaking covers by fan-favorites BABS TARR, KRIS ANKA, JAKE WYATT, and KEVIN WADA! While Domino Swift struggles to comprehend her jump forward in time, we cycle backwards to learn more about her father's former racing career, the story of his missing leg, and his secret connection to the machine narcotic Crush.
Motor Crush #6 is in stores this Wednesday.
Russ Burlingame: The Woods #35
If you've been following BOOM! Studios' underrated series The Woods, you know things have never been more chaotic.
As the series nears its conclusion, there isn't a better time to catch up and hop on board for one of the most delightful books on the racks. If you're a longtime fan, you won't want to miss this either.
The Woods #35 is written by James Tynion IV with art by Michael Dialynas, and you can find the official description below.
The penultimate issue of this GLAAD Award-winning series! As the end nears, more lives are lost in the great battle between the alien moon and humanity itself.
The Woods #35 is in stores this Wednesday.
Jamie Lovett: Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Chapters 2 & 3
The Doctor Who crossover of the century is currently happening in Titan Comics' Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension and fans won't want to miss the next two chapters.
Chapter 2 follows the quirky 9th Doctor alongside Rose, while Chapter 3 brings in the 10th Doctor and his allies Gabby and Cindy. Joining them will be a foe from the good doctor's past, but which doctor?
Doctor Who: Ninth Doctor: The Lost Dimension Chapter 2 is written by Nick Abadzis with art by Mariano Laclaustra. You can find the official description below.
Oversized excitement from deep within the event! Three all-new stories: The Fourth Doctor; Jenny, the Doctor's Daughter; River Song!
Doctor Who: Tenth Doctor: The Lost Dimension Chapter 3 is written by Nick Abadzis with art by Arianna Florean and Giorgia Sposito. You can find the official description below.
The tenth Doctor, Gabby, and Cindy investigate a mysterious black hole - out of which white light is spilling - and which has drawn the attention of an ancient foe of the doctor!
Both chapters are in stores this Wednesday.
Charlie Ridgely: Kingsman Red Diamond #1
The movie adventures of Eggsy are continuing on the big screen and in the comics thanks to Kingsman: The Red Diamond.
The new series is the official sequel to the comic series that launched a franchise and will feature Eggsy taking the bull by the horns as he learns to do this without the guidance of Harry Hart.
Kingsman: The Red Diamond #1 is written by Rob Williams with art by Simon Fraser and covers by Fraser, Frank Quitely, Dave Gibbons, and Rob Doyle. The official description is included below.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (starring Channing Tatum and Colin Firth)is in cinemas in September, and we’re launching the sequel to the hit comic book series by MARK MILLAR and DAVE GIBBONS with KINGSMAN: THE RED DIAMOND. Working-class super-spy Eggsy follows in his mentor’s footsteps but is still rough around the edges for a Kingsman agent. Rejected by his high school crush and hot on the heels of a rescue mission to save Prince Phillip, he embarks on an international terror plot in a story that starts where James Bond draws the line. ROB WILLIAMS (Suicide Squad, Action Comics) and SIMON FRASER take the helm for this stunning six-issue miniseries.
Kingsman: The Red Diamond #1 is in stores this Wednesday.
Matt Mueller Pick Two: Elsewhere #2
The worlds of history and fantasy collide in Elsewhere, which follows a stranded Amelia Earhart uncovering the mystery of just where this place is, who's in charge, and who might be stranded there with her.
Elsewhere #2 is written by Jay Faerber with art by Ron Riley and Sumeyye Kesgin with a variant cover by Yildiray Cinar. The official description is listed below.
Amelia Earhart's adventures in a strange realm continue! All she wants to do is return home—but first she must escape from a warlord's impenetrable fortress and find her missing navigator.
Elsewhere #2 is in stores this Wednesday.