Each week we head to Galactic Comics and Collectibles in Bangor, Maine to grab a selection of comics. The pull list this week features a number of amazing books, but we are most excited for Amazing Fantasy #1000 and Thunderbolts #1 from Marvel Comics.
Amazing Fantasy #1000
An All-Star roster of creators – Anthony Falcone, Dan Slott, Ho Che Anderson, Jonathan Hickman, Kurt Busiek, Michael Cho, Neil Gaiman, Rainbow Rowell, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jim Cheung, Marco Checchetto, Olivier Coipel, Ryan Stegman, Steve McNiven, Terry Dodson, Todd Nauck, and more – are coming together to celebrate Peter Parker and Spider-Man’s birthdays!
Super-powered crooks have taken hostages in Staten Island? A dimensional rift tears open in Chinatown?
Monsters running amok at the Met? Call in the THUNDER! New York City’s finest are here to save the day -Hawkeye, Spectrum, America Chavez, Power Man, Persuasion and Gutsen Glory!
You know ’em, you love ’em…they’re the Thunderbolts!
In the aftermath of Devil’s Reign, the Big Apple has big problems, and it’s up to a new group of Thunderbolts to turn things around. But when Clint Barton gets tasked with heading up this team and proving they can go toe-to-toe with anything the Marvel Universe can throw at them, the first opponent he’s going to have to face is himself.
Here is our list including Amazing Fantasy and Thunderbolts:
|Alice Ever After #5||Image||Cover A|
|Amazing Fantasy #1000||Marvel||Cover A|
|Ant #5||Image||Cover A|
|Ant-Man #2||Marvel||Cover A|
|Blink #2||Oni Press||Cover A|
|Deadpool Bad Blood #4||Marvel||Cover A|
|Gambit #2||Marvel||Cover A|
|House of Slaughter #8||Boom!||Cover A|
|Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi #4||Marvel||Cover A|
|Thunderbolts #1||Marvel||Cover A|
|TMNT Best of Baxter Stockman #1||IDW||Cover A|
|The Variants #3||Marvel||Cover A|
|X-Force #31||Marvel||Cover A|
|X-Men #14||Marvel||Cover A|
Galactic Comics and Collectibles is located at 547 Hammond Street, Bangor, Maine.
What is a Pull List?
A pull list is an agreement for reservation of particular comic books each week/month between a customer and the retailer. It’s a helpful system as it creates a means for all comics you read regularly to be reserved so you will not miss out on any issues.