It's new comics day eve here at ComicBook.com, and we've got the 7 books you should make some time for this week.
Of course, there are way more than 7 books on the store shelves worthy of your time and money, so before we get to the top 7, here are the honorable mentions this week.
Prometheus returns in the latest issue of Justice League of America, and it's a bad time to be without Batman. Justice League of America #18 is written by Steve Orlando with art by Hugo Petrus and a cover by Carlos D'Anda. The official description is included below.
“SURGICAL STRIKE” part one! After Batman leaves the team, the JLA is at each other’s throats! As Vixen tries to affirm her role as team leader and fill the vacuum, the villain Prometheus arrives in Happy Harbor to prove to the world that the Justice League must be destroyed and lay waste to the heroes once and for all. And he’s brought a friend.
It's a whole new world for Daredevil, as the era of Mayor Fisk spins out of the fallout from Secret Empire. Daredevil #595 is written by Charles Soule with art by Stefano Landini with a cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. The official description can be found below.
MAYOR FISK. Part 1. New York City has fallen to Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin – Daredevil’s greatest and deadliest adversary. Matt Murdock has the law and he has his superhuman abilities – but Fisk has an entire city on his side. What can one man do? If he’s Daredevil, he can FIGHT. PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL PRIMER PAGES!
Image launches a brand new series, and it promises to be edgy and action-packed! Coyotes #1 is written by Sean Lewis with art by Caitlin Yarsky. The official description is included below.
Underworld meets Sicario in this new series from SEAN LEWIS (SAINTS, THE FEW) and amazing new artist CAITLIN YARSKY. Hunted by a legion of wolves that roam the border, women are disappearing. The
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This ragtag group of adventurers just stumbled upon a possible goldmine, but they have to make it through to the other side first, and the odds are quickly stacking against them.
An obstacle course of angry beasts and dedicated bounty hunters lies in front of them, and it will take all they have to make it through. It would also help if they could trust their newest addition, but baby steps, right?
Scales & Scoundrels #3 is written by Sebastian Girner with art by Galaad. The official description is included below.
Trapped in an ancient dungeon filled with vicious beasts, our scoundrels also must contend with a terrifying bounty hunter...who would dive into the maws of a dragon itself to snare his prey!
Scales & Scoundrels #3 is in stores this Wednesday.
The big finale is finally here, and but just because this story has come to a close doesn't mean it won't have a massive effect on Superman's life going forward.
The revelations are just getting started, and Superman fans won't want to miss the epic finale in Action Comics #991.
Action Comics #991 is written by Dan Jurgens with art by Viktor Bogdanovic. The official description is included below.
“THE OZ EFFECT” part five! After being revealed as [REDACTED], Mr. Oz makes his last moves against the Man of Steel and his family and leaves the Man of Tomorrow wondering what other secrets and lies await him in the future as “The Oz Effect” comes to a close.
Action Comics #991 is in stores this Wednesday.
The Runaways are putting the team back together, but what happens when one of the members isn't on board?
That will be the question in the latest issue of Runaways, which sees Karolina Dean living a very peaceful and happy life. Can the group coerce her back into the fold? If they can, should they?
Runaways #3 is written by Rainbow Wilken with art by Kris Anka. The official description.
The Runaways’ recruitment road trip stops at Pomona College, where Karolina Dean is finally happy. Chase, Nico and Gert have nothing to lose: What do they have to offer the Runaway who grew up? And how much do the Avengers know about what Chase is keeping in his backpack?
Runaways #3 is in stores this Wednesday.
It's a new era for Marvel's schizophrenic hero, as Maxim Bemis and Jacen Burrows hop on to the Moon Knight series to work some crazy magic.
The power of the moon will meet the power of fire and light, and Marc Spector might not be prepared for what's to come.
Moon Knight #188 is written by Maxim Bemis with art by Jacen Burrows. The official description is below.
A new day is dawning and with it comes an enemy unlike any that Marc Spector, Moon Knight, has ever faced. Moon Knight has always been a protector from the shadows, but this new enemy is looking to extinguish that shadow with blinding light and fire. Get ready for the introduction of Moon Knight’s greatest nemesis! PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL PRIMER PAGES!
Moon Knight #188 is in stores this Wednesday.
Superman isn't the only big finale this week, as Image's Injection #15 brings the current storyline to a raucous close.
You might think the most pressing thing on Brigid Roth's mind is the whole worlds colliding thing, but crazily enough his problems are just beginning.
Injection #15 is written by Warren Ellis with art by Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire. The description is included below.
END OF STORY ARC VOLUME 3, PART V The Cold House has been opened, and the connection between the Injection and the Other World is open. And that may not be the worst thing in Brigid Roth's life tonight.
Injection #15 is in stores this Wednesday.
For those who just can't get enough of amazing apes, BOOM! Studios has just the thing for you.
This week kicks off the first issue of BOOM! Studios' Kong Planet of the Apes crossover, and it takes place not long after the original Planet of the Apes film in 1968. Fans of both franchises will have plenty to discover, and the mystery of their meeting is just beginning!
Kong On Planet Of Apes #1 is written by Ryan Rerrier with art by Carlos Magno and a cover by Mike Huddleston. The official description is included below.
The damn dirty crossover event you demanded! Following the events of the first Planet of the Apes film (1968), Dr. Zaius and General Ursus lead a small group of soldiers to the Forbidden Zone to destroy any remaining evidence of Taylor's time among them. To their surprise, they discover... A KONG! Now they must venture to Skull Island with Cornelius and Zira to discover the truth, but they may not survive the deadliest journey of their lives!
Kong On Planet Of Apes #1 is in stores this Wednesday.
The Birds of Prey have had to call in some serious reinforcements, but then it seems people are more game to join you when the fate of the city is at stake.
That's why Batgirl and the Birds enlisted the help of heroes like Wonder Woman, Batwoman, Spoiler, and Gotham Girl, but they also didn't turn down help from the likes of Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn. Hey, when you're desperate you're desperate right?
Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey #16 is written by Shawna and Julie Benson with art by Roge Antonio with covers by Yanick Paquette and Kamome Shirahama. The official description is included below.
“Manslaughter” part two! As an illness that affects half of Gotham City’s population grows, Batgirl, Black Canary and Huntress pick up some unexpected help from Catwoman, Ivy and Harley, as well as some welcome backup from Batwoman, Spoiler, Gotham Girl and Wonder Woman. But as the Birds of Prey grow closer to discovering the source of the outbreak, what they find won’t end the plague and might only make it grow faster.
Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey #16 is in stores this Wednesday.