Hell is different things to different people. For me, it's trying to juggle–unsuccessfully, I might add–blogging, a recent move and a new full-time job.
- Amazing Spider-Man #641 The final installment of the story arc that explains what happens when you make a magical deal with a Satan stand-in to end your marriage to a supermodel/actress in order to save the life of your elderly aunt and make it so writers can have you fucking a laundry list of other women even though you're supposed to be some geeky schlub. Of course, if you're not interested in that story, Amazing Spider-Man #642 is out the same day, which has nothing to do with marriages and magical deals.
- Daytripper #10 The final issue of this vastly underrated mini-series by brothers Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon. Beautifully drawn and written. Pick up the back issues.
- Stumptown #4 Greg Rucka wraps up the first volume of his private eye series, which basically asks: What if Jim Rockford was a chick? And I'm not saying that like it's a bad thing.
- Thor: Mighty Avenger #4 Writer Roger Langridge and artist Chris Samnee are putting out the best Thor comic on the stands. Hell, they're writing one of the best superhero comics on the stands. You won't be disappointed.
- The Wild Kingdom Kevin Huizenga is one of the most innovative young cartoonists currently working. His new hardcover featuring his everyman character Glenn Gagnes will keep you engrossed and entertained.