For comics releasing on February 13.
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!
Avengers: No Road Home #1 – $4.99
Writers Al Ewing, Jim Zub & Mark Waid | Artist Paco Medina | Cover Artist Yasmine Putri (Marvel Comics)
If you enjoyed last year’s weekly Avengers crossover, No Surrender, then you’re in luck. Marvel is kicking off a new ten-part, weekly limited series that serves as a sequel to No Surrender. Better still, the same three writers are back for Round 2, as the Avengers find themselves thrust across time and space.
No Road Home will give Avengers fans a chance to reconnect with some team members who have been out of the spotlight since the main title relaunched last year. It also promises to have a profound impact on the franchise. Marvel’s solicits for future issues have teased everything from a team-up with Conan the Barbarian to the death of an iconic hero.
The Flash #62 – $3.99
Writer Joshua Williamson | Artists Rafael Sandoval & Jordi Tarragona | Cover Artist Chris Burnham (DC Comics)
The Flash #62 serves as the second chapter in the latest Batman/The Flash crossover, “The Price of Justice.” And if there was one takeaway from the opening installment last week, it’s that readers of Tom King’s Batman will want to follow this storyline. As if things weren’t going badly enough for the Dark Knight and the Scarlet Speedster thanks to the events of Heroes in Crisis, now Gotham Girl has resurfaced to stir up new trouble.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #91 – $3.99
Writers Tom Waltz & Kevin Eastman | Artist Michael Dialynas (IDW Publishing)
You might have noticed that the core TMNT comic is creeping its way to the big issue #100 mark. We can only assume writers Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman have big plans in store for that issue, and it sounds like the road to that milestone begins in TMNT #91. No sooner have the Turtles finished mourning a fallen comrade than Shredder’s daughter Karai returns to town. But is she friend or foe this time? And does this have anything to do with the recently launched Shredder in Hell miniseries?
Savage Sword of Conan #1 – $4.99
Writer Gerry Duggan | Artist Ron Garney | Cover Artist Alex Ross (Marvel Comics)
We’re happy with Jason Aaron and Mahmud Asrar’s take on Conan the Barbarian so far, but that doesn’t men we don’t want to see other Marvel creators take a stab at this legendary warrior. That’s where Savage Sword of Conan comes in. A throwback to the original black and white magazine, this series features rotating creative teams coming aboard to tell standalone Conan tales. First up are Gerry Duggan and Ron Garney for a story about a shipwrecked Conan seeking cursed treasure. Given how much Garney wowed everyone with his work on Daredevil these past few years, we can’t wait to see how he depicts Conan and his world.