November is a kind of months with 5 Wednesdays — all the time a slight complication for the direct market — which implies much less releases than is typical, however there was nonetheless fairly a bit to select from for the Top Comics to Buy for November 30. In reality, I discovered myself having to slim down the record, parring it down to simply the 5 standard highlights, all the time a great drawback to have. This week had a share of wonderful new beginnings for established properties, and you’ll find the total record of my picks beneath…take pleasure in!
Top Comics to Buy for November 30, 2022
Writer: Peter Milligan
Artist: Mike Deodato, Jr.
Colorist: Lee Loughridge
Letterer: Steve Wands
Publisher: AWA Upshot
Nina Ryan was a employed killer who introduced nothing however ache and struggling to the world. Now, she has a month to show that she will be able to change. A month to make up for her crimes and discover absolution, or the bombs which were implanted in her head will explode, killing her immediately. As her journey of atonement is live-streamed to a fickle public, Nina is about to find that the street to redemption could be splattered with blood. In this concluding challenge, Nina’s time grows brief. Will she fill her Absolution Meter in time? In this concluding challenge, Nina’s time grows brief. Will she fill her Absolution Meter in time?
Why It’s Cool: I’ve actually loved this collection from the beginning, extrapolating because it does the concept how we act is beginning to be drastically affected by social media. It’s a wise concept, but in addition that is comics, so it must be doled out with large motion and unbelievable artwork — and that’s precisely what we get right here on this challenge #5 finale.
Avengers Assemble Alpha #1 (one-shot)
Writer: Jason Aaron
Artist: Bryan Hitch
Inker: Andrew Currie
Colorist: Alex Sinclair
Letterer: Cory Petit
Publisher: Marvel Comics
From all through time and the far corners of the Multiverse, the Mightiest Heroes of All the Earths are assembling as by no means earlier than for a battle past all imaging. A battle that may take us from the prehistoric beginnings of an Earth below assault by the best villains who’ve ever lived to the watchtower that stands on the darkish coronary heart of the all and the all the time, the place a military of unprecedented evil now rises. The greatest Avengers saga in Marvel historical past begins now.
Why It’s Cool: In this present market of abbreviated runs that hardly ever crest 20 points and writing for commerce, the long-form superhero story can typically really feel like (and be) a factor of the previous. Not so with Jason Aaron and firm’s persevering with Avengers run, which kicks off a brand new story on this one-shot by tying collectively narrative seeds that had been first planted all the best way again in 2017, getting steadily watered over 70-plus points and even some particular occasions. It’s grandiose stuff of the kind that may solely actually be executed on this month-to-month format.
Koschei In Hell #1
Writer: Mike Mignola
Artist: Ben Stenbeck
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Letterer: Clem Robbins
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
The world above could also be over, and Hellboy gone with it, however Koshchei continues to be in Hell content material along with his wine and his books-until an outdated face arrives and brings Koshchei a vital activity. An outdated and highly effective foe is returning, and Koshchei should take up his sword and defend the town from destruction.
Mignola returns to Hell to reunite with one in every of his favourite collaborators, Ben Stenbeck (Frankenstein Underground, Witchfinder: In The Service of Angels, Baltimore, Koshchei the Deathless).
Why It’s Cool: One factor I’m actually having fun with in regards to the Hellboy comics proper now are the ways in which these books proceed to search out to proceed their shared tales though the primary narrative has basically ended. This one is not any exception, and it focuses on one in every of my favourite obscure Hellboy characters — Koschei. Add to that Ben Stenbeck’s completely excellent artwork, and what you get is a really price addition to the Top Comics to Buy for November 30.
My Bad, Vol. 2 #1
Writers: Mark Russell and Bryce Ingman
Artists: Peter Krause and Joe Orsak
Colorists: Kelly Fitzpatrick and Paul Little
Letterer: Rob Steen
Publisher: AHOY Comics
“One of the most hilariously offbeat superhero comics on the stands” (IGN) returns, from the unique artistic crew of Mark Russell (SecondComing), Bryce Ingman, and Peter Krause (Irredeemable)! Someone is killing capes-or could be, in the event that they had been higher at it. Will this disaster draw the crime-fighting Chandelier out of retirement? PLUS! Emperor King adopts a brand new costumed id so he can get a date!
Why It’s Cool: I completely beloved My Bad, Vol. 1, which poked enjoyable at superhero comics in fascinating and unique methods. That similar power is again — and simply as humorous — now on this first challenge of the second quantity of the e book. I extremely advocate selecting this one up, together with the commerce of the primary quantity, in case you in some way missed it.
Superman: Kal-El Returns Special #1 (one-shot)
Writers: Mark Waid, Sina Grace, Marv Wolfman, and Alex Segura
Artists: Clayton Henry, Dean Haspiel, Jack Herbert, and Fico Ossio
Colorists: Marcelo Maiolo, Trish Mulvihill, Alex Giumaraes, and Lee Loughridge
Letterers: Dave Sharpe,
Publisher: DC Comics
Written by Mark Waid, Sina Grace, Alex Segura, and Marv Wolfman Art by Max Raynor, Dean Haspiel, Jack Herbert, and Reilly Brown Kal-El has returned from his lengthy sojourn to Warworld, however what ramifications does this maintain for the broader DC Universe? In this particular challenge, we’ll highlight Kal-El’s reunion with the Dark Knight, Jimmy Olsen, the Justice League, and…Lex Luthor?! Plus: witness the never-before-revealed take a look at the moments resulting in Superman’s abduction by Pariah within the Dark Crisis occasion! The march towards Action Comics #1050 continues on this important particular quantity!
Why It’s Cool: The Superman comics are in a great place proper now, with some notable latest runs heading in the direction of conclusions (or maybe, extra precisely, towards evolutions) and an thrilling new period on the best way. This substantial one-shot serves partially to bridge the hole, with a set of tales that really feel very a lot in between what simply ended and what’s coming subsequent 12 months. Also, the primary story mentions Wesley Dobbs and Mr. Nobody in its opening sequence, which is greater than sufficient for me to advocate it.
Others Receiving Votes
- 007 #4
- twentieth Century Men #4
- Approach #2
- Briar #2
- Captain America: Symbol of Truth #7
- Damn Them All #2
- Dead Lucky #4
- Flawed #3
- Killadelphia #25
- Lovesick #2
- Star Trek #2
- Star Trek: Lower Decks #3
- Strange #8
- Stillwater #16
New #1s and One-Shots
- Batgirls 2022 Annual #1
- Bob Phantom #1 (one-shot)
- Blue Beetle Graduation Day #1
- Cat-Man and Kitten #1
- DC’s Grifter Got Run Over By A Reindeer #1 (one-shot)
- Detective Comics, Vol. 2, 2022 Annual #1
- Godzilla Rivals Vs. Gigan #1 (one-shot)
- Justice Society of America, Vol. 4, #1
- Magic: Nahiri the Lithomancer #1 (one-shot)
- Nightwing, Vol. 4, 2022 Annual #1
- Nubia and the Justice League Special #1 (one-shot)
- Peter Parker and Miles Morales: Spider-Men Double Trouble #1
- Planet Hulk: Worldbreaker #1
- Plush #1
- Star Wars: High Republic Adventures, Vol. 2 #1
- Wildstorm thirtieth Anniversary Special #1 (one-shot)
Trade Collections and Graphic Novels of Note
- Aquamen TP
- Ascender Deluxe Edition HC
- Best Marvel Stories by Stan Lee Omnibus HC
- Climate Crisis Chronicles GN
- Delia GN
- Enter The Blue TP
- Fifth Force TP
- Organisms From An Ancient Cosmos HC
- Sunburn Original Graphic Novel TP
- Super Spy HC
- Super Trash Clash GN
- Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 7 HC
- Wolverine Patch TP
- World of Krypton TP
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