It’s the 11th. You Know what that means.
It’s Pull List day!
Here’s 4 comic books from the last month that you should be checking out right now.
Valiant Comics brings back their horror supernatural superpowered being Shadowman. Written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Jon Davis-Hunt, this supernatural series is set for an all-new odyssey. The forces of darkness are awakening and hungry for live. It’s up to Jack Boniface, also known as Shadowman, to save us all. But can he do it?
Batman: The Detective #1
Tom Taylor and Andy Kubert team up in an epic tale that takes Batman on an action-packed adventure across Europe. A horrific tragedy with a personal message to the Dark Knight, draws Batman from Gotham into the midst of a difficult investigation that leads him to new adversaries, a new villain, and old and new friends. Taylor’s writing draws you in even more than Kubert’s artwork, a combination of which leaves you wanting for so much more, that you end up cussing out Tom Taylor on twitter for more. (Yes, I did that, AND I’LL DO IT AGAIN TOM! You hear me??!!)
The Many Deaths of Laila Starr #1
Humanity is on the verge of discovering immortality, so what do the heavens do, they fire the avatar of Death. Relegated to the world below and into the body of young Laila Starr. Struggling with her new-found mortality in the city of Mumbai, Laila has found a way to be placing in the time and place when the creator of immortality will be born. But will Laila be able to change the course of history/future? Ram V brings an effortless read that explores the fine line between living and dying. Filipe Andrade brings it to life in a chaotically beautiful style.
Beta Ray Bill #2
Still desperate to resurrect his lost hammer Stormbreaker, Beta Ray Bill goes hunting for Odin. But the former All-Father is far from his old self. Stormbreaker is never coming back, but there is one place where Bill could regain his full might. Daniel Warren Johnson and Mike Spicer take Beta Ray Bill on a journey of immortality and cosmic vengeance. But the price may be far greater than even a God can pay.