FOC is the last chance to put in your orders with your comic shops and likely get at a discount for pre-ordering.
Here’s to hoping Donny Cates hype and excitement on his own book pays off for everyone else with Crossover #6, which he claimed months ago was gonna be huge!
I’m still enjoying the read so far but I’m just not as enthusiastic about who’s shown up so far in this title. This issue ends the first arc and it appears Chip Zdarsky is doing a guest writing on Crossover #7 which is up for pre-orders (not on FOC).
The book comes out next week but there’s already a 2nd printing for Geiger #1. Just read it this morning and I can now imagine why it’s got a 2nd print already. I’m looking forward to the next issue now.
I really like this 2nd print cover though. There’s also a 1:25 ratio for the 2nd print as well. Might not be a bad grab if you can find for cheap.
Shadecraft #1 gets a second printing. No cover art revealed yet from a quick lookup. For those on board, might be a good pickup.
Alien #1 (2nd Ptg Larocca Variant) is a pretty cool looking second print variant. With the first printing being monstrous, this could end up being the winner book if this new takeover for Marvel ever heats up.
Star Wars Darth Vader #11 looks like that type of cover and new story arc that could bring forth some firsts. Might be another story arc to keep a close and watchful eye on.
It’s not a floppy comic but these do have potential to heat up later, along with a good way to read some of the past books without pulling them out of their bags and boards. Star Wars Legends Epic Collection Old Republic TPB Vol 04 is on FOC and a must for any Star Wars fan.
For us old school readers and collectors, this is nothing new but to the new kids, this could end up being a decent pickup for Miles Morales Spider-Man #25, which kicks off the Clone Saga, Miles Morales Style.
BOOM! says it’s limited to 10k. Allocations may occur (ya think, with only 10k, of course they’re gonna get allocated). But is this one even necessary? BOOM! thinks so and they’re counting on your FOMO to really want this 3rd printing of BRZRKR #1. It’s just crazy marketing on their part and despite everything that’s wrong with their tactics, creating false demand for their books, people will still likely spend too much money on this one. So buy low, sell high is the game.