The P.O.W - 01/01/20 - THOR#1 / STAR WARS #1 / SUPERMAN GIANT #1
PICKS OF THE WEEK - Jan. 1, 2020
- THOR #1: Thor is back and more badass than ever in this new series launch from the bad boy of comics himself Donny Cates and super star artist Nic Klein. As the new king of Asgard settles into his new role, calamity does not wait as Galactus falls in blazing glory on the shores of Asgard bringing some terrible news with him. Cates is on absolute fire with this one, taking Thor down a road you’d be surprised no writer has done yet considering the continuity of the character. But it is happening now and the result is electric. Klein’s art makes this whole issue feel epic and helpless as the weight of what Thor must do and face to save the Universe once again is both dark and deep. This is a AAA title that may end up being a new classic if Cates and Klein can pay their cards right, because the God of thunder is back and he is here with a booming vengeance.
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- STAR WARS #1: Marvel’s Star Wars line kick off the new year with a high flying #1 sure to make you feel that the force is strong in this one. Taking place right after the events of Empire Strikes Back, Luke Skywalker and crew are left asking questions of what do we do now and where do we go. Charles Soule is writing this beauty and adds a lot of questions and contemplation to show how rocked our cast of characters are in learning that Vader is Luke’s father. Then BAM! They are thrust into an all-out space battle with Artist Jesus Saiz pushing out some truly gorgeous artwork that would make any fan of the films weep. The action is fast and heavy in this issue compounded by the quieter character moments that fill in all the spaces in between; so be sure to make the jump to light speed to pick up this banner first issue.
- SUPERMAN GIANT #1: This week’s first reprint of the Walmart exclusive, Superman Giant hits stores and does not disappoint. This Comic is the best bang for your buck when comes wanting to read about the man of steel. With a mix between old tales as well as all new material by Tom King make this no brainer after seeing his success with titles Mister Miracle and Heroes in Crisis. It’s a collection of creators bringing you the best of what Superman has to offer. Pick this up if you want to see king’s take the man of tomorrow or have friends or family who are big Superman fans and need a late gift hanging over from the holidays.