The "DOC's" Top Of The Pile for April 4th, 2012
The "DOC's" Top Of The Pile
By: Chris "DOC" Bushley
(A weekly quick pick of the five titles that should reside at the top of your pull list. In no particular order!)
I do the research, you reap the reward! Before you head out to your favorite shop today, be sure to add these books to your list of goodies. Forget that apple a day nonsense, this "DOC's" prescription for good health starts with these top five titles of the week!
1. Daredevil #10.1: The" Point One" initiative, is Marvel's way of making introductory issues for new readers to enjoy and learn about characters they may have not read yet. If you were ever curious as to why Daredevil keeps getting the push from Marvel, this issue more than proves why one blind guy is a total badass! Plus, it is a perfect lead-in to the "Omega Effect" crossover that will encompass Avenging Spider-Man, The Punisher and Daredevil!
2. Swamp Thing #8: Scott Snyder finally reveals his vision of the Swamp Thing to the New 52! Wings, root blades — I have never seen a vegetable look so awesome! Get reading this book now before everything goes to Rot!
3. Animal Man #8: Jeff Lemire's "Red" to Snyder's "Green," will give you chills every time you turn the page! This one is a complete game changer to the "Animal vs. Man" storyline, and two characters will never be the same again! I love death in comics! Check out my full review.
4. Age of Apocalypse #2: David Lapham brings the nineties back again — and it's one hell of a ride! Original A.O.A. fans will be more than pleased by the shocking ending and all the cool tidbits that are thrown in! Plus, the return of — Cyclops! Wait! Isn't he dead? I repeat — I love death in comics!
5. The Boys #65: Garth Ennis has always been known to have an uncanny ability to shock readers. As he enters the last round of this over the top book, the shocks become bigger and bigger! Here's a little clue: What would the military really do if a team like the Avengers existed and they weren't as nice as they are in the movies? A couple thousand rounds of armor piercing bullets can probably answer the question for ya! For the final time — I really love death in comics!