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Monday, February 02, 2004

The Week in Comics -- Here's a look at noteworthy titles arriving in comics shops Wednesday, February 4th.


STEVEN GRANT'S MY FLESH IS COOL #1 (Of 3) (MR) $3.50 -- Violent action series about an assassin with an unusual gift that he uses to further his criminal career. My review of this issue is here.


COUP DETAT SLEEPER #1 (Of 4) (MR) $2.95 -- I'm not too excited by the thought of this crossover event, especially since it involves titles and creators I don't care for. But starting it off with a Sleeper story written by Ed Brubaker (although unfortunately not drawn by Sean Phillips) has me checking out the first issue.


INVINCIBLE #8 $2.95 -- One of my favourite superhero titles, and with last issue's shock ending, writer Robert Kirkman has my full and complete attention.


30 DAYS OF NIGHT ANNUAL 2004 (MR) $4.99 -- After two highly entertaining mini-series, I'm ready for more. If you haven't read 30 Days of Night and the sequel Dark Days, you're missing one of the best and freshest horror comics to come along in years.


COMIC ART MAGAZINE #5 $9.00 -- Every issue of this upscale comics magazine has had something that justified its high price for me. Top-notch production values, too.


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