New Comics Releases for May 29

Posted by at 10:11 am on May 28, 2013

SUperior Spider ManHere’s some new comic book releases appearing at your local comic shop for the week of May 29, 2013.

Superior Spider-man Vol. 1 – My Own Worst Enemy (Marvel)
Writer: Dan Slott, Artist: Ryan Stegman/ Giuseppe Camuncoli

Collecting issues 1-5 of the new ongoing Spider-man series, Dan Slott breaks new ground with one of Marvel’s (and indeed, the general public’s) favorite superheroes.  The fresh take on Spider-man offers a unique perspective on Peter’s life and relationships as only Otto Octavius could provide.

Avenging Spider-man #21 (Marvel)
Writer: Christopher Yost, Artist: Marco Checcetto/ Paolo Rivera

Tying up the Chameleon-themed two-parter, superstar writer Chris Yost put’s Slott’s re-imagined Spidey to work on the S.H.I.E.L.D helicarrier, along with the helicarrier’s newest tenant, the Hulk.

Venom #35 (Marvel)
Writer: Cullen Bunn, Artist: Declan Shalvey

Originated by writer Rick Remender, the series tells the story of a Venom symbiote given to paraplegic soldier Flash Thompson, and his exploits as a government agent. Though he’s handed off writing duties to Cullen Bunn, the series hasn’t suffered for it, and this week’s adventure of the current Venom teaming up with the original, Eddie Brock, promises some pretty imteresting moments.

Adventure Time Annual #1 (KaBOOM!)
Writer: Various, Artist: Various

In this edition of Ryan North’s Adventure Time plenty of contributors are jumping in to try their hand at writing Finn & Jake, like Roger Langridge, Dustin Nguyen, and Derek Fridolfs. With an all-star lineup like that, the annual is sure to knock you off your feet, and, hopefully, into the land of Ooo.

Chew #34 (Image)
Writer: John Layman, Artist: Rob Guillory

Chew is one of the funniest, most grisly, and damned original comics on the market today. Featuring characters who all have superhuman food-related powers and a storyline that hinges on the black market chicken business, Chew’s twisted humor and distinct art style have put it head and shoulders above almost every other Image title being published right now.

Futurama #67 (Bongo)
Writer: Ian Boothby, Artist: James Lloyd

With a story about a time-traveling Zoidberg,this issue may be les interesting to some fans, but hey, it’s still Futurama right?

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