On the Shelves: 2/14/07

Reading is fundamental. Don’t waste your time reading bad comics out of habit!

In honor of Valentine’s Day, my weekly look at select comic books being released Wednesday, 2/14/07 is all about the love. No snark; no bad reviews; just the good, might-be-good and hope-it’s-good stuff. As a result, it’s a pretty light read, too! The full shipping list, as always, is available at ComicList.

[NOTE: Not all of these titles will actually arrive in all stores. If your LCBS offers a pre-ordering service, be sure to take advantage of it. If not, find another one; or try Khepri.com or MidtownComics.com]


Franklin Richards: Lab Brat Digest
Star Wars Legacy #8, $2.99

Possibly the best licensed comic going right now, Ostrander and Duursema are doing for Star Wars what Busiek and Nord did for Conan.

Forgotten Realms Streams Silver Cvr A #1, $5.50

Okay, this is purely observation not snark, but “WTF?” with Devil’s Due’s recent price increases? $3.50 for G.I. Joe, now $5.50 for the Forgotten Realms adaptations? That’s the sign for me to shift these to trade-wait status, which is bad for them since I was actually buying them along with the floppies.

Battlestar Galactica Zarek #2, $3.50

I finally caught an episode of Battlestar Galactica the other night — with special guest star, Richard Hatch! — and was surprised that it was as good as people have said it is. I really liked the NYPD Blue camera work, and Edward James Olmos and Mary McDonnell are appealing actors who give it some credibility, so I might check in on it now and then. Might even give the comic book a look, too.

Ron Jeremy The Hardest Working Man In Showbiz HC, $25.95

Another regular book listed in the comics section…?

Casanova #7, $1.99

Now THIS is love. Good comics, cheap price.

Franklin Richards Lab Brat Digest TPB, $7.99
Thunderbolts Presents Zemo Born Better #1 (Of 4), $2.99

When you’re holding back the snark, there’s often so much less to say about the ongoing adventures of the spandex set. Funny that.

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