On Guard for Vaughn’s new #1

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One book to rule the week

If you could only choose one comic book to buy from all the new comics being released this Wednesday, what would it be?

We ask the staff here at ComicBookInvest.Com the same question and their answers are sometimes surprising. Made up of a wide range of comic book speculators, enthusiasts, and ne’er-do-wells, the staff prides itself on being able to identify the worthy from the unworthy each Wednesday.

Here's what they had to say this week:

Zero #18

Zero #18

Mark H: Zero #18. I came this far. I gotta finish it off and I'll have the complete set. What a weird ride. It started off as a better, futuristic James Bond and has been transformed into something else entirely. I really think Ales Kot had a plan and, somewhere along the way, his mindset changed. The story of Zero seemed to follow.

Secret Wars #4

Secret Wars #4

Khoi P: For the read, I will have to go with Secret Wars #4. The story is compelling and it seems that another piece of the puzzle is given every issue.

Eddie O: I really am looking forward to Secret Wars #4. I want to see where the story is going. Its Silver Surfer and Thanos variant cover is beautiful too.

Thomas P: Secret Wars #4. I'm not really big on events, but the main series has me hooked. The Ribic art is fantastic. Even though I wasn't reading Avengers or New Avengers before, the story is good enough on its own that I can enjoy it.

We Stand On Guard #1

We Stand On Guard #1

Khoi P: I totally forgot about We Stand Guard #1. This for the spec.

Marq R: We Stand on Guard #1. I'll read anything by Brian K Vaughn. 40 pages for $2.99! No variants! Hell yeah!

Chris M: Like everyone else, I'll be getting We Stand On Guard #1.

Red Skull #1

Red Skull #1

Marc T: Red Skull #1. There are not that many interesting comics this week, but an old-school villain story might save the week.

The Wicked + The Divine #12

The Wicked + The Divine #12

Sam F: The Wicked + The Divine #12. Issue #11 left us shocked, angry, and excited to see where this series is headed. This title, along with Deadly Class, is always moved to the top of my stack to read upon release.

TMNT #48

TMNT #48

Mark H: Oh, I forgot Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #48 Subscription Cover.

The Spire #1

The Spire #1

Joe M: Spire 1. Independent book with a very small print run. Looks like it has a captivating setting, good story, and neat artwork. I can see it doing well.

Barb Wire #1

Barb Wire #1

David M: Barb Wire!

Onyx #1

Onyx #1

Iñigo S: While checking the Midtown new releases page, I noticed something interesting. They are sold out of Onyx #1. The book was on my radar because of Gabriel Rodriguez, but the fact that it might have been under-ordered makes it even more attractive.

Grant Morrison's 18 Days #1

Grant Morrison's 18 Days #1

Iñigo S: Strangely enough, this was sold out too … How do you under-order Grant Morrison, though, is beyond me!

That's it for this week. What would you buy? There can be only one!

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