That’s what I like to imagine this new Atrocitus Blackest Night mini-bust is screaming at the top of his lungs. It could also be COOKIES or, the ever popular, KHAN.
Or it could just be a primal scream over the fact that the Green Lantern movie kinda sucked.
The idea here is, if you make this nifty mini-bust your new shelf buddy, you can imagine him screaming whatever you want.
Oh, and if we’re conversating about Atrocitus, it’s also important to note that the Red Lantern Light-up Prop Lantern and Ring is also coming in this week. If you’ve been up to the store recently, you’ve probably seen the Green Lantern and Orange Lantern versions of these. They rock the casbah.
Up, up, and destroy! If you picked up The Cape one-shot from last year, you probably understand how that paraphrasing of the famous line fits in here. A devilishly twisted superhero book, the new The Cape four issue mini-series is a must buy thanks to Joe Hill‘s talented penmanship. Some of you might have heard us Pulp folk spouting off about Hill‘s incredibly brilliant series Locke & Key and that’s because this guy knows how to write a comic. His grasp of panel usage, character, dialog, and theme prove that a his papa’s (Stephen King) writing talent seeped into his gene pool. So, The Cape is basically Hill taking that same talent and applying it to the superhero genre the only way he knows how: gory, dark, and sinister.
Will you open The Vault? I’d leave it to the professionals, frankly. Luckily, that’s exactly what The Vault #1 is about. In the tradition of The Abyss, Sphere, and Alien, The Vault involves a crack team of archaeologists and treasure hunters who travel to the bottom of the ocean in search of a lost item that they believe will bring them fortune and glory.
That’s never the way, is it? No, the item is a veritable “Pandora’s Box” that will bring about untold destruction and death. So, it’s for kids.
So, you’ve got David Tennant‘s screwdriver and Matt Smith‘s (which is an actual screwdriver, by the way), but something’s missing. The future, that’s what! Next Wednesday the Future Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver travels back to the past and lands on the shelves of Pulp Fiction. First seen in the “Silence in the Library” episode being wielded by River Song, this screwdriver is a perfect replica of the one seen in the show! That level of detail includes a break-away panel that reveals a switch that changes the screwdriver’s LED color from blue to red. Oh, and each color makes different sounds.