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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:

Wolf #1

Wolf #1

Mark H: Wolf #1. Ales Kot has been a little wacky lately, like real left-turn, out-of-nowhere wacky, but I just know he's got a blockbuster in him. He's already expressed this is the book where he's trying to breakthrough to the mainstream. Extra-sized, no ads, no variants. It's going to be an interesting read for sure.

Enormous #1

Enormous #1

Ben S: Enormous lost some of its luster because of time between issues. Hopefully it will be back with a vengeance in Volume 2!

Nick N: Too true. A lotta people will be wanting to catch on to it now though. The trade paperback and option talk has all happened since #6 came out. Demand will def outpace supply on that one.

Archie vs Sharknado

Archie vs Sharknado

Justin W: Archie vs Sharknado One Shot. I can't figure this one out other than… extremely low print. All 3 covers sold-out at Midtown. Not many on the bay. Flip potential.

COWL #11

COWL #11

Ricardo L: C.O.W.L #11. It's the last issue of a incredibly well written and expertly drawn comic about superheroes, unions, and back door negotiations. So sad to see it end.

Birthright #9

Birthright #9

Mark C: I’m excited to see Enormous coming back and by Kot’s new series, but I gotta choose one of my personal favorites that continues to chug along and put out great material issue after issue. Birthright #9. Kid disappears, goes on a great adventure (like so many great 80s movies), and comes back to his family a year later (but he is a grown man). Life is very different for everyone and there is some serious evil that has come home with him. I can’t wait to read it every month!

Cyborg #1

Cyborg #1

Khoi P:I would pick Cyborg #1 to see what direction they're going to take with him.

E is for Extinction #2

E is for Extinction #2

Iñigo S: Not the most exciting week, but this Ian Bertram cover really caught my eye (crazy layout) and it helps that the first issue of this was a lot of fun, so I will be getting this one.

Justice League Gods And Monsters Batman #1 Darwyn Cooke Variant

Justice League Gods And Monsters Batman #1 Darwyn Cooke Variant

Iñigo S: This might be the low print run Big Two comic to keep an eye on. Seems that everyone liked the movie, so this might have legs. Will pick up if I come across a Cooke variant.

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

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