War of the Bounty Hunters, Batman, The Good Asian, and More

It’s almost new comic book day, which means new releases hitting stores and digital platforms. Each week in The Weekly Pull, the team highlights the new releases that have us the most excited about another week of comics. Whether those releases are from the most prominent publisher or a small press, brand new issues of ongoing series, original graphic novels, or collected editions of older material, whether it involves capes and cowls or comes from any other genre, if it has us excited about comic books this week, then we’re going to tell you about it in The Weekly Pull.

This week, The War of the Bounty Hunters erupts in the Star Wars universe, Batman continues, and Image Comics launches The Good Asian. There are also new collections of Green Arrow/Black Canary, Tiny Titans, Deadpool, and We Live, plus Die enters its endgame and plenty more.

What comics are you most excited about this week? Let us know which new releases you’re looking forward to reading in the comments, and feel free to leave some of your suggestions as well. Check back tomorrow for our weekly reviews and again next week for a new installment of The Weekly Pull.

Batman #108

(Photo: Jorge Jimenez, Tomeu Morey, DC Comics)
  • Written by James Tynion IV
  • Art by Jorge Jimenez
  • Colors by Tomeu Morey
  • Letters by Clayton Cowles

While I don’t necessarily always love Tynion’s work on Batman — especially the seemingly never-ending parade of gimmicky new characters — Miracle Molly, who debuts in this week’s Batman #108 is a fine creation and one that makes this issue a must-read.  The pieces of the puzzle that lead to the grim Future State storyline are coming together in this issue, but Miracle Molly adds a bit of depth and humanity to the tale that’s been missing for a while. It’s a solid read and if you like new characters, this is a can’t miss. — Nicole Drum


Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters Alpha #1

Star Wars War of the Bounty Hunters Alpha #1
(Photo: Steve McNiven, Marvel Comics)
  • Written by Charles Soule
  • Art by Steve McNiven
  • Colors by Laura Martin
  • Letters by Travis Lanham
  • Published by Marvel Comics

Today is Star Wars Day, and we wouldn’t let that go by without bringing up the latest big Star Wars comic from Marvel. This week, the publisher releases Star War: War of the Bounty Hunters Alpha #1, kicking off its Star Wars summer crossover event. Marvel’s current Star Wars line occurs after The Empire Strikes Back, with Han Solo still encased in carbonite in Boba Fett’s possession. But Boba Fett hasn’t dropped Han off at Jabba’s palace yet, and others have their eyes on his prize. The Rebel Alliance, Darth Vader, Doctor Aphra, and the cast of Marvel’s ongoing Star Wars: Bounty Hunters series are all involved in this event, meaning the stakes are high and anything could happen. Hopefully, War of the Bounty Hunters will breathe some life into an otherwise decent but relatively subdued era of Marvel’s Star Wars line. — Jamie Lovett


We Live

We Live Vol 1
(Photo: Inaki Miranda, AfterShock Comics)
  • Written by Inaki Miranda and Roy Miranda
  • Art by Inaki Miranda
  • Colors by Eva de la Cruz
  • Letters by Dave Sharpe

This recommendation will come as no surprise to many, as We Live was one of my favorite new series in quite some time, and now you can catch the full saga starter in one place. As we now know, We Live’s initial series also set in motion a whole new superhero universe, but to truly appreciate it you’ll want to meet these wonderful characters at the beginning and walk with them through this heartbreaking world as they make way towards the one light of hope, and trust me, you will not regret the journey. — Matthew Aguilar


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