Thursday, February 10, 2011

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - February 10, 2011

After some very light comic weeks, I picked up a lot of comics yesterday. Of course some of these were variants. Here are my favorites:

DC Comics

Victorian Undead II: Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula, #4 of 5
The game is afoot as Sherlock Holmes and his strange group of allies race against the clock to counter Count Dracula's moves in London against the Royal Family. Will their efforts be enough to stop a darkness spreading over the newly rebuilt London? Elementary, my dear reader!

DC Comics

Doc Savage, #11
Doc Savage's adventure in the war-torn Zone races toward its unbelievable finish, as the secrets of the Two Who Are One – and Ronan McKenna's disappearance five years ago – are revealed! But Doc's discoveries may have set in motion a terrible fate for the Zone's innocent inhabitants!
DC Comics
Dynamite Entertainment
Sherlock Holmes: Year 1, #1 of 6  

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's dauntless detective returns in an all-new series of adventures exploring the sleuth's untold origins! Join Dr. John Watson as he meets young Sherlock Holmes in a fateful encounter that will\forever shape both men's destinies! Mysteries and murders most foul abound as we discover clues that reveal just how Holmes became the world's most famous [detective].  Dynamite Entertainment
Other covers

Warlord of Mars Chapter 1, #4

There are 8 covers for #4. I have seven of them, and have not yet found the missing variant.

Just as John Carter is getting settled in on Mars, he gets a big surprise: Dejah Thoris. Dejah is a beautiful Martian princess, and protecting her is going to earn Carter plenty of enemies. We've only seen one side of Mars so far, but in this issue we're going to see a whole lot more. Dynamite Entertainment

Other covers:


The Unwritten, #22
Tom's accidentally broken the novel Moby-Dick, and he's looking for a way out. What he finds is a path into a whole different ocean, with more trouble (and more whales) than he could possibly imagine.

And remember that endless stairway from issue #2? Well, now we get to see what it's for...



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