Wow, didn't expect to see Captain America: White so soon.
Oh, and Hulk #5?
times a thousand. Easily my favorite Marvel book right now.
I'm sorry, this is ridiculous.
Marvel has to be putting out at least twice the # of regular DC books this month, and they're basically burying us with tie-ins.
I saw a ridiculous amount of good stuff, but I doubt I'll be able to buy everything that interests me. I'll say this, though - the regular suspects look phenomenal.
(for whatever i can't copy the bigger pic's link)
I know in the grand scheme of things this is very, very minor...but Mike Perkins run as penciler on Ultimate Fantastic Four lasted...one issue? Bummer.
Another month without Marvel Adventures Iron Man? Unfortunate. Fred Van Lente was doing a kick ass job on that title.
SQUADRON SUPREME 2, WRITTEN BY HOWARD CHAYKIN?!
Holy shit, that's fucking great.
And Cap: White...really? That's fucking fast...it should be good fun.
OOh, more Foolkiller! With art by Paul Azateca!
I didn't realize Rucka was assisting Bru on the next arc of DD! That's fucking awesome!
Kieron Gillen doing a NewUniversal book?! SWEET.
What a month!
And I think the main difference is that with a Marvel tie-in, if you're just reading that book, you're fine. Chances are if you're reading She-Hulk you won't see "to be continued in Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four!" at the end of the book. Marvel tie-ins are very easy to ignore if you don't have the cash or just want to read your normal pull list. The only books I'm adding to my pull because they tie into SI are the new Black Panther arc and the Young Avengers/Runaways mini.
I can't wait for the Newsarama solicits to come up. They have the full creative teams listed.