What I’m looking forward to on New Comics Wednesday!

Just in the nick of time, here’s a quick look at some titles out today that I’m looking forward to reading.

CAPTAIN MARVEL #2: I enjoyed issue one well enough, despite the art. I’m interested to see where DeConnick takes us with Carol.

DAREDEVIL #17: Always a great read. I just found out that Chris Samnee (it’s pronounced Sahm-nee, kids–I just found that out today, too) is the new ongoing artist since Paolo Rivera has moved on to new things (which is too bad–no knock against Samnee, I just prefer Rivera’s work on DD).

EXTERMINATION #3: This title is on the bubble for me, but it improved from issue 1 to issue 2, so I hope that trend continues.

HARBINGER #3: This is a new addition to my Pull List (thanks Lee!).

MICHAEL AVON OEMING’S THE VICTORIES #1: So looking forward to reading this, despite the fact that the official title includes the creator’s name. :D

REVIVAL #2: Issue 1 started out strong and I hope the sophomore issue continues that.

SAGA #6: Again, just because it’s soooo good.

SHADE #11: Ditto. And Frazer Irving’s art.

WONDER WOMAN #12: I hear there’s a cool surprise at the end. Don’t spoil it for me Internet!

What I’m looking forward to on New Comics Wednesday!

Yes, I’m a day late and more than a few dollars short, but still, there are some good comics coming to me that I’m excited to read.

BEFORE WATCHMEN: SILK SPECTRE #2: After the lovely introduction that was issue one, I can’t wait to see how this series progresses.

CAPTAIN MARVEL #1: I love the Captain Marvel character, and have really enjoyed the modern Ms. Marvel, especially after reading several volumes of the Mighty Avengers, so how will Carol carry on the legacy of Captain Marvel? I’m curious to find out how Kelly Sue DeConnick will accomplish that.

EXTERMINATION #2: Issue one wasn’t quite what I expected (both in good and bad ways), so this issue may make or break this book for me.

RACHEL RISING #9: It’s Terry Moore, what else do you need to know?

RESET #4: I’m really curious how this quirky book, but interesting premise, will end.

SAGA #5: Duh.