THE COLLECTORS: This Week in Comics [March 28th, 2022]
Welcome fellow accumulators of all things Marvel! Today, we take a look at the brand new titles and continuing series on This Week in Comics
A brand new Ghost Rider and Iron Fist series find their second issue, as well as a new spin on the history of The Hulk; Welcome to THE COLLECTORS
Hulk: Grand Design- Monster #1
We kick off This Week in Comics by taking an opportunity to rediscover the iconic, gamma-radiated hero, in a new way as famed writers Mike O’Sullivan, and artist Jim Rugg.
The Grand Design saga continues as the iconic Rugg inherits the Ed Priskor legacy of bringing the full story of The Incredible Hulk, exploring some of the character’s most iconic moments.
Ghost Rider #2
One of the most beloved characters in Marvel history is continuing on in a brand new series as one of Marvel’s brightest writers, Benjamin Percy, and artists Brent Peeples and Corey Smith, take on the Marvel icon.
Prepare for the Johnny Blaze story unlike any that you’ve heard, as the FBI is sent to hunt down a supernatural threat that has recently surfaced; placing them on a collision course with the flaming head entity.
Iron Fist #2
It is the issue that we have all been waiting for, as the Alyssa Wong written series has brought forth its second issue in a fantastic story brought to life by the art of both Sean Chen and Micahel Yg.
This series brings double the Iron Fist, as Danny Rand and the new inheritor of the Iron Fist Mantle, are destined to come face to face as Rand hunts down this brand new Hero, and the new Iron Fist seeks answers to controlling his newfound powers in K’un-Lun.
Immortal X-Men #1
The brand new X-Men series is underway this week as writer Kieron Gillen and artist Lucas Werneck bring a sophisticated and unique take on the iconic team.
exploring the Krakoan age and the Quiet Council, Gillen jumpstarts a brand new X-Men series that is coping with the fallout from series like Inferno and X-Lives/ X-Deaths of Wolverine.
Other Releases This Week
- Silk #3 by Emily Kim and Takeshi Miyazawa
- X-Cellent #2 by Peter Milligan and Micael Allred
- Silver Surfer Rebirth #3 by Ron Marz and Ron Lim
- Hulk #5 by Donny Cates and Ryan Ottley
- Dark Ages #6 by Tom Taylor and Iban Coello
- Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #21 by Ethan Sacks and Paolo Villanelli
- Spider-Women #21 by Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez
- Miles Morales: Spider-Man #36 by Saladin Ahmed and Michele Bandini
- Captain Marvel #37 by Kelly Thompson and Julius Ohta
- The Amazing Spider-Man #93 by Zeb Wells and Sara Pichelli, Mark Baggley, and Patrick Gleason
Variant of the Week
The Amazing Spider-Man #93
The option for Variant of the week has to go with this incredible depiction that foreshadows the conclusion of The Amazing Spider-Man Beyond arc.
Zeb Wells has brought forth the culmination of Ben Reilly’s return to the Spider-Man mantle, as fans are forced to pick between the iconic Spider-Man inheritors; with this incredible cover signifying the mystery and stakes of the iconic clash.
What to Read on Marvel Unlimited
Avengers Forever #1
The answer for what to read on Marvel Unlimited this week was a tough one, and although every fan should check out the continuation of the Devil’s Reign Saga and Death of Doctor Strange, the selection is one of our favorite new series of 2022; Avengers Forever.
Jason Aarons brings us one of our favorite new characters of the year in the form of Anthony Stark; a multiversal version of Tony Stark who ends up becoming the Ant-Man of his universe, in this incredibly executed new series.
Trade Paperback of the Week
X-Men by Jonathan Hickman Omnibus
There are plenty of options for the Trade Paperback of this week- with many centered around the mutant team- but no one is as vital to the collection as Jonathan Hickman’s collection on the iconic team.
Hickman is, by all accounts, one of the best writers working today, and his work on the X-Men continues to be some of his best; a brilliant mind that has borough creative takes on some of Marvel’s most legendary entities such as the Fantastic Four, and fans can own his work on perhaps their most beloved.
There you have it, COLLECTORS! a deep dive into This Week in Comics for March 28th, Happy Hunting!