It’s Wednesday my dudes, and that means it’s New Comic Book Day! There are tons of new comics hitting the shelves of your local comic shops every week, and it’s not always easy deciding what to get, let alone what you should add to your pull boxes. So we’ve put together the Rogues Portal Pull List to show you the best comics that you might have missed! Here’s what we’re getting and what you should check out today!

Rogues’ Essentials

Assassinistas TP

  • Only read the first issue of this, but I’m excited to catch up on this unique spy story in trade. – Anelise
  • Several of the Black Crown titles have been spot on. I read the first issue of this and enjoyed it, so I look forward to seeing where it goes. – Greg
  • The Black Crown imprint has been nothing but quality. Can’t wait to catch up on this series. – Michael

Deadpool #3

  • This is the Deadpool series I’ve been waiting for. – Anelise
  • It’s OK, Deadpool. Even though nobody likes working with you, I love reading this comic so far. – Michael

Immortal Hulk #4

  • This series is making me a huge Hulk fan. So good. – Anelise
  • This is the best Fresh Start from Marvel by far. Storytelling at its finest. – Michael

Leviathan #1

  • The whole idea behind this book sounds deliciously ridiculous. Cannot wait to check it out. – Greg
  • I love John Layman’s sense of humor and this absurd premise for a series allows for the kind of creative freedom from this team that I can’t wait to explore. – Kylee
  • Idiot bros accidentally summon a hell beast while their friend is going out to get more beer. Hate when that happens. – Michael

Mister Miracle #10

  • I have stopped anticipating when this book is coming out since it always seems to get pushed. Instead, when it shows up in my pull list, I just greet it with genuine surprise and joy. – Greg
  • In case you’ve forgotten about this little book, it’s inspired by Jack Kirby, and written and drawn by two Eisner winners. Buy it. – Josh

Quantum Age #2

  • World of Black Hammer set in the far future. It’s like Legion of Superheroes in a dystopian society. – Josh
  • The Black Hammer universe has encapsulated different kinds of storytelling, from homage to older comics, to detective stories, to Greek tragedies. This promises to be a good start to a dystopian future. – Michael

Seeds #1

  • The cover alone has me intrigued. Bees! Sci-fi! Sweet! – Anelise
  • I’m cheating because I’ve already read this, but this book has a unique style and a very compelling setup in this debut issue. – Cory
  • Journalism, dystopia, bees, and aliens? I’m in. – Josh

Cory’s Picks

Adventures Of The Super Sons #1
The Super Sons are back! Huzzah!

Green Arrow #43
The Benson sisters make their GA debut, not counting the Annual #2, which served as a No Justice tie-in. Their work on CW’s 100 and the recent Birds of Prey has me looking forward to what they will do with Ollie and Co.

Robots Vs Princesses #1
The only thing I know about this is the title…and that is enough for me, to be honest.

Seven To Eternity #10
Seven to Eternity is back. Stop. The. Freaking. Press.

Greg’s Picks

Astonishing X-Men #14
Rosenberg is one of my favorite writers right now. The fist issue of his run on Astonishing started to put the team together with the return of a long dead teammate. I’m looking forward to finding out more about his return to the living.

Infinity Wars #1
One good thing about these non-event events is that they tend to stay self contained. The lead up to this has been interesting, so I will give it a chance.



Jameson’s Picks

Marvel Rising Ms. Marvel Squirrel Girl #1
Take two of the best characters in modern Marvel comics, combine them and voila! You’ve got Marvel Rising. I’m pumped about this series.

Steven Universe Harmony #1
I’m super curious about this five-issue arc, especially after the SDCC announcement about a Steven Universe movie! The heart-shaped gem from that teaser trailer looks awfully similar to the one on the cover for this issue. What could the connection be?



Josh’s Pick

Teenage Mutant Ninja Cerebi #1
A Canadian comic series about an aardvark who was originally a spoof of Conan the Barbarian. Since then i’ts evolved quite a bit and covered a variety of topics, becoming more serious in tone. And my friend designed this cover.






Stacy’s Pick

Bubba Ho-Tep And The Cosmic Blood-Suckers #2
Elvis vs. Space Vampires. What else do I have to say?







Graphic Novels

Batman ’66 Omnibus HC
Batman ’66 is pure comics joy gang. If you’re a fan of silver-age-styled tales, this series is a must-have. And now the whole series is available in one massive tome! – Stacy

Bloodshot Salvation Volume 2 The Book Of The Dead TP
Bloodshot goes to hell to make a deal with the devil to save his daughter’s life. Or the Deadside to make a deal with Baron Samedi. – Josh

Calexit Volume 1 TP
I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about this book. Now that it’s collected, I can’t wait to dig in! – Cory

Dragon Age Hard In Hightown HC
A novel written by Dragon Age hero and inveterate storyteller Varric Tethras about his aging city guardsman protecting the mean streets of Kirkwall? I’m in. – Stacy

Giants TP
This book is great: full of solid character work, high stakes, and a eerie, monster-filled, post-apocalyptic setting. – Cory

Jim Henson’s The Storyteller Fairies HC
I’ve been following all of Jim Henson’s Storyteller series’ creature stories, and I’m honestly super invested in these narratives. Each part usually has a different style and is intriguing. I can’t wait to see how the Fairies’ stories pan out. – Hafsa

Rise Of The Black Panther TP
An exploration of the origins of Black Panther and the circumstances behind T’Challa’s rise to power? Wakanda revealing itself to the greater Marvel Universe? All this -and- Doctor Doom? I’m in. – Stacy

X-Men The Dark Phoenix Saga Omnibus HC
While the material has been tread and retread time and again, the original Dark Phoenix Saga was a game-changer for Marvel Comics and one of the most influential superhero stories of all time. And now it’s all in one collected edition to enjoy from start to finish! – Stacy

Zodiac Starforce Volume 2 Cries Of The Fire Prince TP
Zodiac Starforce is proof you can be cute and badass at the same time! This comic is relatable and funny and I love it. – Jameson

That’s all we have for this week! Thanks for checking out the Rogues Portal Pull List! We’ll be back next week with a brand new list for you to check out. Same Bat-Time. Same Bat-Channel!

Josh Rose
Basically a hobbit, Josh is always enjoying food and drink, and going on unexpected adventures. Beware if you see him without a cup of coffee: caffeination deprivation makes this boy go loco.

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