We Have Demons, ARKHAM CITY: THE ORDER OF THE WORLD and more: The GWW Pull List

Oct 8, 2021

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Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s first creator-owned book, We Have Demons, is finally here, and Arkham patients are running amuck in Gotham! What a time to be alive. Here’s what GWW’s writers thought about the big books from this week:


We Have Demons #1
ComiXology

Written by: Scott Snyder
Pencils by: Greg Capullo
INKS BY: JONATHAN GLAPION
COLORS BY: DAVE MCCAIG
LETTERS BY: TOM NAPOLITANO

The wait is finally over. Readers have known about Scott Snyder’s ComiXology initiative for some time, waiting for things to start with the writer’s longtime Batman partner, Greg Capullo. We Have Demons #1 has arrived on ComiXology, and it did not disappoint.  — Nick FriarCLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Score: 9.5


Be sure to tune in LIVE for the upcoming conversation between GWW Radio’s TLDR and the legendary team of Snyder and Capullo on Tuesday, October 12 at 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time.Watch the stream on Twitter, YouTube or Twitch.


ARKHAM CITY: THE ORDER OF THE WORLD #1
DC Comics

WRITTEN BY: DAN WATERS
ART BY: DANI
COLORS BY: DAVE STEWART

Arkham City: The Order of the World, the brand-new DC miniseries which kicks off this month, is undoubtedly a very interesting and unusual experience that simply leaves you thirsty for more. A promising story with a fascinating cast of characters, the opening issue is guided by a terrifying psychological atmosphere which is simply enhanced beautifully with Dani’s groundbreaking art colored perfectly by Dave Stewart. Eduardo Fiuza Vedana CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Score: 9.5


DC HORROR PRESENTS: SOUL PLUMBER #1 
DC Comics

WORDS BY: MARCUS PARKS AND HENRY ZEBROWSKI
ART BY: JOHN MCCREA AND PJ HOLDEN
COLORS BY: MIKE SPICER
LETTERS BY: BECCA CAREY

From the creators of The Last Podcast On The Left, exorcism just got a whole lot easier. After attending a seminar hosted in a hotel conference room by a mysterious group called the Soul Plumbers, Edgar Wiggins, disgraced former seminary school student, discovers what he thinks is the secret to delivering souls from the thrall of Satan.  — Brian Villar CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Have you seen this:
Ordinary Gods #3

Score: 8.5


A RIGHTEOUS THIRST FOR VENGEANCE #1
Image Comics

WRITTEN BY: RICK REMENDER & ANDRÉ LIMA ARAÚJO
ART BY: CHRIS O’HALLORAN & RUS WOOTON
COVER A ART BY: ANDRÉ LIMA ARAÚJO & CHRIS O’HALLORAN

People say that no good deed goes unpunished. OK it’s a platitude, but an apt one. Have you ever felt that way? I know I have. The sentence is never fully spoken, but it came to mind many times during the trip from slow burn to bonfire of this first issue of A Righteous Thirst for Vengeance. This review contains some spoilers in terms of details, because I’m not sure how to tell you how this book made me feel without telling you about the difference between the everyday moments and the moments that feel like important information about what is going to come in the course of this story by Rick Remender.  — TaraLovesNoir CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Score: 8.7


ARE YOU AFRAID OF DARKSEID? #1
DC Comics

Written by: Elliott Kalan, Kenny Porter, Calvin Kasulke, Dave Wielgosz, Collin Kelly, Jackson Lanzing, Ed Brisson, Terry Blas, Jeremy Haun
Art by: Mike Norton, Max Dunbar, Rob Guillory, Pablo M. Collar, Jesus Hervas, Christopher Mitten, Garry Brown, Tony Akins
Colors by: Allen Passalaqua, Luis Guerrero, Wil Quintana, Eva de LaCruz, Tony Avina, Marissa Louise, Moritat
Letter by: Simon Bowland, Becca Carey, Dave Sharpe, Clem Robins, ALW’s Troy Peteri

October and Halloween create opportunities for scary stories and haunted tales. DC Comics joins in festivities with the Are You Afraid of Darkseid anthology. The collection of writers and artists use a Teen Titans campfire as the setting for a series of fun and satisfying stories, free from the bonds of continuity. The result is worth the cost of admission.Percy Waelchl CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Have you seen this:
GeekOPedia: The Next Karate Kid

Score: 9.0


OUT #1
AWA/Upshot Studios

Written by: Rob Williams
Art by: Will COnrad
Colors by: Marco Lesko

OUT has a lot of promise. Everyone has playing zombies on COD, but now you’re mixing WWII with vampires?  That alone guarantees a two-issue commitment at minimum.

OUT #1 starts things off a bit slowly, but it works because we’re meeting a wide array of characters — more so than we might normally in a WWII story, so it fits perfectly. But the ending will leave you — Nick Friar

Score: 8.5


For more on AWA Studios, check out the conversation GWW Radio’s TLDR had with AWA CCO, Axel Alonso.


Lucky Devil #3
Dark Horse Comics

WRITTEN BY: CULLEN BUNN
ART BY: FRAN GALAN
COLORS AND LETTERS BY: EL TORRES

Lucky Devil #3, the Dark Horse miniseries’ penultimate issue, is out and there is a lot to unpack! In issue #2, we got to learn more about Stanley as he expanded his cult, while demons from hell came to Earth looking for him. — Matheus RibeiroCLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Score: 10


LONE SLOANE: DELIRIUS VOL.2
Titan Comics

WRITTEN BY: JACQUES LOB AND BENJAMIN LEGRAND
ART BY: PHILLIPE DRUILLET

Lone Sloane: Delirius vol.2 follows the titular hero back to the planet of a thousand pleasures - Delirius. Sloane, a man amongst men, who thought never to return to this dreaded place finds himself in a predicament to which he cannot say no. But is it all a ruse to get the man of action back to the fray of Delirius? Jim CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Score: 7.5



Looking for more comic book content? Go check out the latest episode of Geeks WorldWide Radio‘s TLDR podcast, where Joseph Gilmore and Nick Friar discuss comics weekly and talk to creators from the industry — available onSoundCloud, Apple Podcasts and Spotify!

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