Comic Rack

by Alan Rapp on September 24, 2008

in Comics

Hmm, we’re about to talk about comics so it must be Wednesday!  Welcome to the RazorFine Comic Rack boys and girls.  Pull up a bean bag and take a seat at feet of the master as we look at the new comics set to hit comic shops and bookstores today from DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, WildStorm, Vertigo, Dynamite Entertainment, Archie, and Image Comics.

This week includes Archie, Batman: Gotham After Midnight, Daredevil, Green Lantern, Hulk, Jack of Fables, Jughead, Sonic X, Superman, Wolverine: Origins, Youngblood, Zorro, the first issues of Back to Brooklyn, Dead Ahead, My Name is Bruce, Samurai Legend, Solomon Kane, and the final issues of Hellboy: The Crooked Man and Supernatural: Rising Son.  That and much, much more inside the Full Diagnosis.

Enjoy issue #89

Check out our variant cover for this issue!

Editor’s Note: comic shipping dates are subject to change and unexpected delays.

Ambush Bug: Year None #3 (of 6)OMAC‘s, alternative universes, Super-Turtle, and more in “this all-new, all-ridiculous third issue.” [$2.99]

Batman: Gotham After Midnight #5 (of 12)Midnight and Man-Bat crash Bruce Wayne’s charity ball. [$2.99]

Blue Beetle #31 – The Beetle finds himself on Border Patrol. [$2.99]

Green Lantern #35 – The conclusion of “Secret Origin.” [$2.99]

Superman #680 – It’s Krypto to the rescue! [$2.99]

Daredevil #111 – Who is Lady Bullseye?  Available in two variant covers. [$2.99]

Hulk #6Red Hulk vs. Green Hulk, ‘nuff said.  Available in a variant cover. [$2.99]

Samurai: Legend #1 – The European comic about a a Samurai confronting his past is reprinted in English for the first time.  Also available in a variant cover. [$5.99]

Wolverine: Origins #28 – A look back at some of the biggest events of Wolverine‘s life leading up to next month’s “Dark Deception.” [$2.99]

Wolverine: Roar – In this double-sized one-shot Logan takes on a creature with a horrific roar in a small town in New Mexico. [$3.99]

Hellboy: The Crooked Man #3 (of 3)Hellboy takes on witches, exploding corpses, and the final confrontation with the Crooked Man as mini-series concludes.  Check out the free preview. [$2.99]

Jack of Fables #26 – An issue filled with “car crashes, brutal violence, shoplifting, and the horrors of mime.” [$2.99]

My Name is Bruce – This one-shot movie tie-in finds Bruce Campbell, mistaken for the hero he plays in films, kidnapped and forced to fight a real demon.  Check out the free preview. [$3.50]

Solomon Kane #1Scott Allie, Mario Guevara and Dave Stewart bring Robert E. Howard‘s puritan vigilante back to comics with part one of “The Castle of the Devil.”  Also available in a variant cover.  Check out the free preview. [$2.99]

Supernatural: Rising Son #6 (of 6) – The mini-series concludes with Sam’s father desperate search for his missing son. [$2.99]

Back to Brooklyn #1 (of 5) – It’s brother vs. brother when Bob angers one of the most dangerous crime bosses in New York City. [$2.99]

Dead Ahead #1 (of 3) – After a plague takes out life on the continents a group on a small boat is left to its own devices for survival.  When a luxury linear appears on the horizon will it be their salvation or damnation? [$3.99]

I Kill Giants #3 – Barbara’s reality starts to spin out of control thanks to the meddling of Taylor and Mrs. Molle. [$2.99]

Proof #12 – “The last Chinese Ink Monkey fights for its life against a rogue fairy.”  Yeah, I don’t know what that means either. [$2.99]

Youngblood #5 – Meet the all-new team! [$2.99]

Archie #589 – “Freshman Year” continues. [$2.25]

Archie’s Double Digest #192Archie comes up with a new plan to make some extra cash. [$3.69]

Jughead #191Jughead creates a food utility belt and tries his hand at community theater. [$2.25]

Sonic X #37 – What’s wrong with Sonic?  And why is he thinking about world domination? [$2.25]

Zorro #7Zorro‘s origin tale continues.  Available in two variant covers. [$3.50]

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