Despite this being another entry amongst a slew of comics about gods and mortals, The Many Deaths of Laila Starr #1 with its compelling storyline, singular focus on Death/Laila, and Hindu roots make it worth your time.
Volume seven of Suicide Squad collects issues #50-#58. It’s the penultimate chapter in this series, so there are tons of fun callbacks to earlier issues. In fact, we get the return of the original Squad members from Suicide Squad #1.
Locke & Key/Sandman: Hell and Gone #1 is every bit the amazing crossover event that you’d expect from two of comics’ finest universes. Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez have set up a story that perfectly blends the worlds of many beloved characters. In short, it’s the stuff that dreams are made of.
In the new miniseries ‘Spider-Man: Spider’s Shadow,’ writer Chip Zdarsky and team consider: What if Peter Parker had kept the alien costume? Recently, Marvel has been all-symbiotes-all-the-time. But maybe make room on your pull list for one more symbiote story.