Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Weekly Top 5 Comic Book Countdown


Greetings Comic Book Fans,

It's a short week and it means a short countdown this week. Oh Christmas! We'll if you have money to blow today. Might as well pick up some comics!


5. Go-Bots #2 $3.99 IDW Publishing
Cy-Kill and his Renegades declare war on human civilization... and they're winning. Go-Botics freshman A.J. Foster and cynical Go-Bot race car driver, Matt Hunter, along with their friendly Go-Bots Scooter and Turbo, flee for their lives as they desperately search for some way to stop the extinction of mankind and the dawn of the planet of the Go-Bots! From the creative mind that brought you IDW's Transformers vs. G.I. Joe!
4. Fantastic Four #5 $7.99 Marvel Comics
SPECIAL 650th ISSUE SPECTACULAR! The wedding that's been years in the making...Ben and Alicia say 'I do!' No bait. No switch. Not a dream. Not a hoax. And we swear, not a single Skrull around. This is really happening! From the book that brought you the first, best and longest running super hero marriage in comics, we give you...the wedding of Ben Grimm and Alicia Masters!

3. Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1956 #2 $3.99 Dark Horse Comics
Professor Bruttenholm sends two agents in opposite directions on off-the-books missions, while the B.P.R.D. loses sight of Hellboy as he wanders through Mexico, and Varvaras pet projects stir up discontent among her team of occult scientists.

2. Mars Attacks #3 $3.99 Dynamite Entertainment
The Carbutt boys continue their trek to safety, this time with the help of the U.S. military, who plan on swatting the Martians like flies...until they see how big the Martian flies are, and, oh boy, there is gonna be a whole mess of trouble!

1. Superior Spider-Man #1 $3.99 Marvel Comics
A SPIDER-GEDDON TIE-IN! Otto Octavius leaves the moniker of Doctor Octopus behind and once again becomes THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN! If you think you've already read the most intense and surprisingly heartbreaking Superior Spider-Man story, prepare to be wrong. Otto is going to prove to the world that he's the most effective and (to him at least) the best super hero in the world. But when a villain that overpowers him by so much shows up in San Francisco, there's no way Ock can win, right? Can you see Otto smirking from where you're reading this?