Sunday, March 6, 2011

What Looks Especially Good--March 2011 Previews.

It's that time of the month again, when I look at Previews and tell you what looks good and what looks awful. As always, first we review what looks good, and around 6PM what looks bad will go up.

Moon Knight #1, Page 45 (in Marvel Previews), $3.99
The new Moon Knight comic finally comes out! I'm so excited and truly hope it will be another successful re-launch like Bendis and Maleev did with Daredevil.
New Mutants #25, Page 69 (Marvel Previews), $3.99
I haven't read New Mutants seeing as how I stopped reading most x-titles some time ago, but this has got my attention for one reason, Nate Grey. Yup, this is the book the X-Man returns to us through, in his first adventure since Dark X-Men. I'm quite pumped.
The Damned Highway: Fear and Loathing in Arkham, Page 49, $14.99
 This story had me at its saying that it was a bit like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, which was a great book. This of course won't be at that level, the the plot still sounds interesting, with humorous elements such as an evil Nixon and Cthulhu.

DC Comics Presents: Batman--Dark Knight, Dark City #1, Page 109, $7.99
Grant Morrison's Batman tied this storyline into his run a bit, and it is known for being a great story, so why not pick it up?
Strange Adventures #1, Page 124, $7.99
An eight-page DC anthology by a bunch of great writers from Vertigo. Looks promising.

Gladstone's School For World Conquerors #1, Page 172, $2.99
A school for kids of super-villains where they learn how to be evil? Sounds pretty humorous and rad.
The Anthology Project Volume 2 HC, Page 297, $29.95
I love anthologies and their first book was pretty solid.

 Hotwire: Deep Cut TPB, Page 311, $9.95
The first story was solid, and this one is available for just ten smackers? Worth picking up for sure.

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