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Looking Ahead: May 2009

Written by GLX and Alchemic_Spider on Thursday, April 23 2009 and posted in Features
GLX and Alchemic_Spider look at May 2009's upcoming comic releases.

Pick of the month!

Secret Warriors #4

GLX: Probably the best comic currently being published by Marvel. Killer stuff. Eagerly waiting for the next issue to come out.

Alchemic_Spider: For a book in which not much has happened, I can’t help but enjoy it. And after the events of last months issue…I’m intrigued with where this book is going, and that’s why it’s my pick of the month.

Cable #14

Alchemic_Spider: I jumped on this book late and I have been kicking myself ever since. By far one of the best books Marvel is producing.

Dark Reign: The Hood #1

Alchemic_Spider: Marvel Comics top crimelord finally gets his spotlight. I’m willing to give him a shot.

Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance #1

GLX: This could be fun. Joe Casey and ChrisCross are known for producing quality work.

The Flash: Rebirth #2

GLX: After reading the first issue, I'm interested in what will happen next.

G-Man, Vol.1: Learning To Fly

GLX: I'm a sucker for Chris Giarrusso's work. Buying on sight.

Invincible Iron Man # 13

Alchemic_Spider: This arc has been surprisingly good. I’ll be sticking with this book till the end.

Punisher # 5

Alchemic_Spider: It’s the punisher vs. The Hood…how can I refuse?

Secret Six #9

GLX: One of the best comics that DC is publishing. Oh, and Ragdoll the Boy Wonder sounds awesome.

Teen Titans #71

Alchemic_Spider: I’ve never been a big Teen Titans fan but now that Static is onboard I’m curious to see where the DC Universe takes him.

The Unwritten #1

GLX: Mike Carey and Peter Gross' latest project about a guy who may be connected to a fictional character that shares his name sounds interesting. At a $1, it'll definately be worth a purchase.

Wolverine #73 and #74

GLX: I've got mixed feelings on this one. On one hand, I love that Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert have a tale in these two comics. On the other hand, Daniel Way and Tommy Lee Edwards have a tale in these comics, as well. It's not Tommy Lee Edwards I'm wary of, but Daniel Way's writing. I'm hoping that this will kick major ass.


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For years, GLX has been writing on-and-off for The Outhousers about comics, video games, and other stuff. He currently resides in The South. You can catch him in the forums or @glxwriter on Twitter.



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