Before we get into tonight’s proceedings, allow me, if you would, to give a much deserved shout out to a Pulp Fiction Alumni, Dennis Hopeless. If you haven’t heard, Dennis has two big books coming out very soon. In fact, if you haven’t heard, go here and read about them. We’ll wait…
Okay, so now you’re up to date about the fact that he has a new graphic novel called Lovestruck shipping in September and his first book from Marvel (about the Legion of Monsters) shipping in October. Good. Now you have to buy them.
So, to get into the product for next week, there’s no better way to begin than with Adam West. In fact, the new Mis-Adventures of Adam West comic is all up in the business of Adam West. If you know him from Batman or Family Guy or Robinson Crusoe on Mars (doubtful), then you’ll be happy to know that he’s saved the universe! Yes, in this book from Bluewater, Adam uses a magical amulet to venture through all sorts of space and time to save everything! Everyone Batusi!
Next up a bit of the ‘ole spooky, spooky. Haunted City #0 is a joint venture between Aspen comics and McG, the director of Charlie’s Angels. But it’s not all jumpy, jiggly girls. No, in fact, it’s more paranormal activity and creepy magic. Seen from the perspective of a New York cop who’s been through it all, this book chronicles the mystic underbelly of the city that never sleeps. The zero issue specifically details the entire unseen history of New York, giving you a rundown of all the magical forces present throughout the city’s existence.
Alright, statue time! Break it down!
**Hammer dances across the room**
Speaking of breaking it down, Colossus is doing plenty of that in his new Danger Room Sessions statue. The newest in this highly detailed, exceptional sculpted line of statues, Colossus is doing as the previous statues, and basically all X-Men do, destroying the danger room. Kotobukiya is known for producing statues posed dynamically and painted beautifully and this one’s no different.
To finish things off tonight, we bring you two more statues, this time from Bishoujo. These two new ladies fall into the recent Women of DC and Marvel line that Bishoujo has been releasing. One from each here, with Supergirl from DC and the Invisible Woman from Marvel. Both come on appropriate bases and are sculpted in the shapely cheesecake manner fanboys have come to expect. Best part, though: Streaky the Supercat on Supergirl’s base.