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Pull List for June 21 2017

June 20, 2017

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). I’m off tomorrow, yay!

I’ll go to the store for: America #4, by Gabby Rivera, Joe Quinones, Ming Doyle, Joe Rivera, Jose Villarrubia, and Travis Lanham; Luke Cage #2, by David Walker, Nelson Blake II, Marcio Menyz, and Joe Sabino; My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic #55, by Christina Rice and Agnes Garbowska; Silver Surfer #12, by Dan Slott, Michael and Laura Allred, and Joe Sabino; USAvengers #7, by Al Ewing, Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, Jesus Aburtov, and Joe Caramagna; Ultimates 2 #8, by Al Ewing, Aud Koch, Dan Brown, and Joe Sabino.

I’ll also review: Iceman #2, by Sina Grace, Alessandro Vitti, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Joe Sabino; Weapons of Mutant Destruction #1, by Greg Pak, Mahmud Asrar, Nolan Woodard, and Joe Caramagna; X-Men Gold #6, by Marc Guggenheim, RB Silva, Adriano Di Benedetto, Frank Martin, and Cory Petit.

So that’s 6 comics I’m picking up, and three additional review. Good week. And a lot of comics lettered by Joe Sabino. None lettered by Clayton Cowles. Weird.

So hey, good stuff. America’s been flawed. But last issue showed some improvement. We’ll see if it continues here. Luke Cage got off to a good start, and Walker hasn’t let me down yet, so I’m still in on this. Silver Surfer is just one of the best comics coming out of Marvel, and this issue looks like it’ll be pretty emotionally heavy. USAvengers and Ultimates 2 are both Secret Empire tie-ins, which is disappointing. I’m sure USAvengers will handle its tie-in well. Ewing’s usually very good at that sort of thing. Ultimates 2, less so. We’ll see. Last issue didn’t do a great job with it, and felt forced. Hopefully, this issue’s better.

Oh, how about some Kickstarter promotion? Some projects worth checking out. Two Scoops: An Ice Cream Shop Dating Sim. It’s a dating sim, set in an ice cream shop. It just looks adorable. Can I Pet Your Werewolf?, a comic anthology of cute, fun, sweet werewolf stories. Meredith McClaren has a story in it, and she’s delightful. The Unadoptables, a comic about a cafe full of cats that are unadoptable. Cats. Cats! Legends of Onile: Dayo, an African graphic novel fantasy, loosely based on Yoruba culture. Black Gold: Prelude To A Storm, a queer pirate adventure. The Shadow Beast: A Graphic Novel of Darkness, which just looks gorgeous. Schoolbooks and Sorcery, a queer-inclusive YA urban fantasy anthology. Mother of Invention, a speculative fiction anthology focused on gender and artificial intelligence. Niobe: She Is Life, a cool-looking graphic novel.

OK, that’s it for this week.

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