February Pulls Include a Very Mixed Bag
08 Feb. 2016

February Pulls Include a Very Mixed Bag

Here is what we are reading this month! You can choose to read any or all of these books to be a part of this podcast. Just head to your local library, book store, comic shop, Comixology, or find a friend with a copy that you can borrow, and start reading! Once you’ve finished reading, send us an email with your thoughts! Did you like the book? Why? What are your thoughts on the writing? The art? The characters? The premise? We’ll read one or two emails for each book on the Podcast; one of those emails could be yours! We will always lean toward the more thought-provoking emails that will allow us to carry on the conversation. These episodes will be released on March 1st, 10th and 20th.


By Ian Flynn, et al.

Available in paperback (ISBN: 978-1627389518) from Archie Comics. Also available on Comixology and Amazon Kindle, and as single issues Sonic the Hedgehog #247-252, Sonic Universe #51-54 and Mega Man #23-28.

It all begins with a meeting of the minds–EVIL minds! Dr. Wily makes contact with Dr. Eggman, and the two malicious mechanics conspire in a plan that will reshape entire worlds! Using the power of the Chaos Emeralds, they build themselves an unstoppable army of Robot Masters and Roboticized Masters–Sonic’s corrupted friends!

It’s pan-dimensional panic as Sonic and Mega Man race to uncover the doctors’ diabolical plot, save Sonic’s friends, and brave the nightmarish landscape of the Skull Egg Zone! Along the way they gain new allies, Mega Man gains all new powers, and the stakes keep getting higher until two universe hang in the balance!

Kurtis’ Pull: HERE

By Richard McGuire.

Available in hardcover (ISBN: 978-0375406508) from Pantheon.

From one of the great comic innovators, the long-awaited fulfillment of a pioneering comic vision. Richard McGuire’s Here is the story of a corner of a room and of the events that have occurred in that space over the course of hundreds of thousands of years.




By Brian Micahel Bendis, Sara Pichelli and Stuart Immonen.

Reader pull suggested by Matthew Campbell.

Available in hardcover (ISBN: 978-0785168300) and paperback (ISBN: 978-0785166092) from Marvel Comics. Also available on Comixology and Amazon Kindle, and as single issues Guardians of the Galaxy #11-13 and All -New X-Men #22-24.

The arrival of the original X-Men in the present sent shockwaves through the Marvel Universe, but we’ve only seen the effects on Earth – until now! When an alien race discovers that Jean Grey, host of the destructive Phoenix Force, is back on Earth, they decide to hold her accountable for the heinous acts of Dark Phoenix! Now it’s up to the spacefaring Guardians of the Galaxy to help the all-new X-Men save Jean Grey from twisted intergalactic justice! A surprise ally from one character’s past comes to help, but is that enough against the most powerful army in the Universe? You won’t want to miss the first encounter between two of the biggest franchises in the Marvel Universe!

About the author

After receiving a copy of Web of Spider-Man #60 at his 10th birthday party, Kurtis has had a lifelong passion for comics. In 2011 he published his first book, CHUCK JONES: THE DREAM THAT NEVER WAS (IDW/Library of American Comics), featuring CRAWFORD, the unknown comic strip from the legendary Looney Tunes director. He is also the creator/cartoonist of KIDS, EH?, a daily comic strip about the real life funny things his kids say and do and co-host of the PULLBOX PODCAST, an international graphic novel book club podcast. Kurtis' taste in comics include everything from classic comic strips (Terry and the Pirates, Polly and Her Pals) to kid's comics (Zita the Space Girl, Ghostopolis) to Franco-Belgian bande dessinée (Freddy Lombard, Monsieur Jean).


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