Peregrine Comics Weekly Comics Roundup Issue 3


This Week’s Top Dog Comic

Review: WE ONLY FIND THEM WHEN THEY'RE DEAD #1 — Scavenging For Gods

“We Only Find Them When They’re Dead” #1 (wow that’s a mouthful) splashes into stores this week! Al Ewing, the writer behind Immortal Hulk and Empyre is teaming up with Simone Di Meo of Power Rangers fame to bring the next space opera epic to comic shops. The premise of the series is based around an economy where scavenger ships harvest and collect resources from dead god figures, but suddenly one day a living one is discovered around the edges of the cosmos.I’ve heard this saying from many people, that Boom! Studios always have the best art, and I’ve seen the preview pages and I can back that claim to the highest degree. Di Meo really knocked it out of the park with this one and I can’t wait for everyone to read it!


Series Highlight By Aaron


Hellions has been the surprise hit for me out of all the X-Series titles out there. Hellions is a team of mutants who don’t have the greatest track record of peace. So Mr. Sinister decides to recruit a bunch of D-List X-Men villains (Havok and Psylocke too) to do a bunch of his dirty works in the goal of “therapeutic violence”. Cut and dry, this is a mutant Suicide Squad book and I absolutely love it! I’m glad Zeb Wells introduced this concept, especially since the mutants have conquered death, I think it is fascinating to see how all these violent villains are adapting to their new environment. You don’t need to know anything about the featured characters to enjoy yourself as you revel in the bloodshed. Madalyn Pryor better watch her back, the Hellions are coming!

Series Highlight By Jasper

I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to talk about Tartarus. This issue might not be the best place to start, but this stunning scifi series has been putting out bangers since day one. Our hero Tilde is currently in the process of brokering peace on this hostile satellite, while her long-lost brother wages war with the other factions. This issue features some beautiful applications of “liquid”, Tartarus’ near-magical future tech used to create weapons, vehicles and even prostheses. Plus a twist ending that means if you’re not reading Tartarus yet, now’s the perfect time to catch up!


This Week’s New Releases

DC Comics

  • Batman #98

  • Batman The Adventures Continue #4

  • Dceased Dead Planet #3

  • Dollar Comics Batman #663

  • Dollar Comics Catwoman #1

  • Dreaming Waking Hours #2

  • Hellblazer Rise and Fall #1

  • Justice League #52

  • Shazam! #14

  • Strange Adventures #5

  • Young Justice #18


Marvel Comics

  • Avengers of the Wasteland #5

  • Black Widow #1

  • Cable #4

  • Captain Marvel #18 2nd Print

  • Empyre #6

  • Empyre Aftermath: Avengers #1

  • Fantastic Four #23

  • Guardians of the Galaxy #6

  • Hawkeye Freefall #6

  • Marvel Tales Captain Britain #1

  • Marvel Zombies Resurrection #1

  • Miles Morales Spider-Man #18

  • New Mutants #12

  • Ravencroft #4

  • Sword Master #10

  • Thor #5 3rd Print

  • True Believers: X-Men Mister Sinister #1

  • TrueBelivers: X-Men Nanny Orphan Maker #1

  • True Believers: X-Men Wild Child #1

  • Venom #27 2nd Print

  • Wolverine #2 2nd Print

  • Wolverine #5


Indie Comics

  • Alien: Original Screenplay #2

  • Arkworld #1

  • Ascender #12

  • Bang #3

  • Be Gay Do Comics TPB

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer #17

  • Burning Tree #1

  • Coffin Bound #6

  • Die #13

  • Doctor Who: Time Lord Victorious #1

  • Fire Power #3

  • Fuhrer and the Tramp #5

  • Ginseng Roots #6

  • Grendel, KY #1

  • Grit #2

  • Hollow #2

  • Horizon Zero Dawn #2

  • Inkblot #1

  • King of Nowhere #5

  • Lonely Receiver #1

  • Monstress #30

  • Moonshine #20

  • My Little Pony/ Transformers #2

  • Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys #4

  • North Bend #5

  • Sacred Six #2

  • Sea of Stars #5

  • Sex Crimminals: Sexual Gary Special #1

  • Spy Island #1

  • Usagi Yojimbo #12

  • Vampirella #13

  • We Only Find Them When They’re Dead #1


See Ya Next Week!