Top Comics to Buy This Week: October 25, 2017 – IGN
Wonder Woman #33, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #75 and more.
With dozens of comic books to choose from, let us show you which are the best coming out this week. Take a look at this list spotlighting our favorite comics that we know are money-well-spent and new books that look cool and are backed by some top-tier talent.
Check out our picks, then head to the comments to let us know what you’ll be buying this week!
Writers Keith Giffen, Brian Keene, Weston Ochse | Artists Rags Morales, Bilquis Evely, Howard Porter, Scott Kolins, Dale Eaglesham | Cover Artist Michael William Kaluta (DC Comics)
It’s October and Halloween is fast approaching, so get ready for DC House of Horror #1. It looks like it’ll be a real scream with a host of writers new and old and a lineup of artists known to turn in some drop-dead gorgeous pages. This is a horror anthology featuring three stories — Martha Kent alone on the farm trying to escape an alien (that’s not Superman), a story of possession by an Amazonian spirit, and a survival thriller where the last member of the Justice League tries to make it out alive.
Writer James Robinson | Artists Emanuela Lupacchino, Ray McCarthy | Cover Artist Bryan Hitch (DC Comics)
Now that we’ve laid eyes on Wonder Woman’s secret brother and watched Grail hunt down gods in order to re-power baby Darkseid, we’re all in on this new Wonder Woman adventure. Writer James Robinson has tapped into something both epic in scale and personal in nature, peeling back the secret history of DC’s most famous heroine while staging the return of their most dreaded villain. You can also expect to feast your eyes on the majestic works of Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy, making this storyline worthy of the gods.
Writers Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman | Artist Cory Smith | Cover Artist Kevin Eastman (IDW Publishing)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been going strong since its launch and now they’ve made it all the way to Issue #75 and it’s time to celebrate. This special oversized issue sees the finale of the three-part “Trial of Krang” storyline as the courtroom drama and the extra-dimensional war both reach a climax. We’re in a sad time where it’s hard for comics to keep a run going for more than a dozen or so issues, but co-writers Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman have defied the odds with this at-times dramatic, at-times silly, and always a good time series. And with Cory Walker leading the way with his totally rad sense of energy and momentum, it’s hard to think of a better way to celebrate this big milestone.
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