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Comic Book Pull List June 7: Here’s What You Need This Week

Superman, DC Comics

It’s never easy to pick out what comics are worth picking up on new comic book day. Well we’re here to help you and give some ideas of what you need to buy this week.

Iceman #1

written by Sina Grace & and drawn by Alessandro Vitti

Iceman #1, Marvel Comics
Image: Marvel Comics

As one of the original X-Men, Bobby Drake has been doing this superhero thing longer than most. Up until recently, Iceman has always been the light-hearted wise-cracking jokester of every team he was on. Now he is on a new path sparked by the presence of his younger self displaced from the time stream and already living a more truthful life than he ever has. It’s now or never for the original Iceman to build a life and legacy that he can take pride in.   

Unsound #1

written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Jack Cole
Unsounded
Cullen Bunn has been of my favorites since his Sixth Gun comic book series. This new series promises to be a psychological and supernatural thrilling adventure. It is Ashli’s first day as a nurse at Wiermont Psychiatric Hospital when a violent riot forces her to run into the mysterious depths of the hospital. Within this underground world, she will discover a secret history of dark magic and the monstrous use of science.

Superman #24

written by Peter J. Tomasi and drawn by Doug Mahnke

Superman, DC Comics
Image: DC Comics

(Spoiler Alert!) This latest Superman comic book storyline has brought back one of the caped crusader’s most vicious enemies, Manchester Black. Now he has captured Superman’s son, Jon Kent, and is working on turning son against father. Jon Kent’s superpowers are still just beginning to manifest and a new ability of his could prove to be deadly.

Batman #24

written by Tom King and drawn by David Finch

Batman #24, DC Comics
Image: DC Comics

After his recent war with Bane, Gotham City and Batman have found a moment of peace. However, following the events of ‘The Button’ crossover with The Flash, Batman knows that a war with an unknown powerful enemy is coming. If you know anything about Batman, then you know he always has a plan. It’s time for the world’s greatest detective to plan for the impossible.

Amazing Spider-Man #28

written by Dan Slott and drawn by Stuart Immonen   

Amazing Spider-Man #28, Marvel Comics
Image: Marvel Comics

It’s Norman Osborn versus Spider-Man in a knock-down all out slug fest. Since Norman installed himself as the leader of a small country, Spider-Man has risked everything to take down the Green Goblin. This issue is the culmination of Norman Osborn’s latest scheme and only Spider-Man, Silver Sable, and Mockingbird can stop him.  

Justice League of America: The Road to Rebirth TPB

written by Steve Orlando and drawn by Ivan Reis

Justice League of America: The Road to Rebirth TPB, DC Comics
Image: DC Comics

This new Justice League of America team was formed in the wake of the battle between the Suicide Squad and the Justice League. This collection delves into the roots of the new team that was hand-chosen by Batman himself. Each issue tells a one-shot story about the new Justice League members. This collection contains: Justice League of America: Rebirth #1, Justice League of America: Killer Frost #1, Justice League of America: The Ray #1, Justice League of America: The Atom #1 and Justice League of America: Vixen #1

What comics books are you picking up this week? Let us know in the comments section below!

Jason Hall
Currently starting as a freelance writer, surrounded by comic books and always online.
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