Welcome back to the $40 Pull List! Four new issues came out this week, and it turned out to be the best week of the month so far. We'll start things off with Blue Beetle #10 - (somewhat decent, however still the weakest issue this week), and then wrap up with a trio of outstanding issues in Nightwing #10, Daredevil #14, and Journey Into Mystery #640. On to the comics!
Welcome back to the $40 Pull List! We have three books to cover this month. First we have Batgirl #10, and a look at the political aspects of that issue. Next I take a crack at another "aside" issue from The Sixth Gun, and then round things off with another look at an old friend - Deadpool. On to the comics!
I've got a trio of issues to cover this week. First a pair of issues from DC Comics: Dial H #2 and Earth 2 #2. The first new title of the month hit the stands as well last week: Journey Into Mystery #639. Little time for preamble this week, so I will just jump right into it. Be sure to check out the end of the column if you are interested in checking out the updated list of issues I am giving away this week!
I've just got a brief $40 Pull List for you think week, wrapping up the last month and setting the Pull List for June. The month essentially wrapped up a few weeks ago, but I was holding off on the summation on the hope that Reed Gunther #10 would, in fact, come out. Sadly, that was not the case - and there is even more bad news on that front. But more on that shortly. To help extend the column a bit, I will do another ever-popular Nonplayer update! Not just any update either, but a full recap with some strong criticism directed mostly at the comic audience. Are you excited? Read on!
Apologies for missing out last week - sometimes life gets in the way! So today we are going to cover the issues that came out over the last two weeks. This will wrap up everything for the month with the exception of Reed Gunther #10, which was once again delayed. More on that later. Suffice to say this won't be the final column of the month - should Reed Gunther be delayed once again, the next column will wrap things up and include next month's list. There are seven issues to cover, so I will jump right into it!
About three years ago, the first Prototype was released - and proved to be a pretty popular game. The announcement of the sequel gave me some mixed feelings thought. On the one hand, I enjoyed the first game, but on the other - I wasn't sure how a sequel could manage to be anything other than a carbon copy of the first game. I wasn't wrong on either count - but the result as a whole was extremely positive. In Prototype 2, you take on the role of Sgt. James Heller - a US Marine. At the start of the game you experience several phone calls between a deployed Heller and his wife, who is telling him about the outbreak of of the Blacklight virus in Manhattan. The authorities there advise her to remain calm and stay home. Heller agrees she should stay put, reassuring her that he will "be home tomorrow." By the time he gets there the virus has spread throughout the city, and his family is dead.