Weekly Picks for New Comic Books Releasing May 15, 2019

Here are my weekly picks of the Comic book release schedule for May 15, 2019: We get the Terminus Agenda Epilogue is Teen Titans #30. Action Lab gives us a classic homage of a 1989 Fleer baseball card in Aberrant Season 2 #2. Bruce Banner is trapped inside a Shadow Base Site and is in danger in Immortal Hulk #17. All of this plus much more in my weekly picks for new comic books releasing May 15, 2019.

Click here to see more of Simpleman's Comics Videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 comments

  • Avatar

    I use CGC for all books I get graded. In my opinion, CGC is the best, yes they take forever but, you know what you are getting. Also, CGC graded books seem to have higher values than books with the same grade from CBCS or PGX. I have over 250 graded comics and they’re all CGC except for 4 of them.

  • accustomfigures
    Avatar

    That Ripken ‘FF’ card was quite the ruckus when we were kids. Hilarious! Nice vid bruv.

  • Avatar

    I like CGC better because of the choice of different labels. I like that I can get a walking dead label on those books. Or when they had the turtle head on Eastman signed books. Hopefully they will continue to get different designs for books.

  • Avatar

    CGC will always be the golden standard because they were the first.

    PGX is a poor man’s cheap imitation of CGC.

    I however like CBCS. They seem legit and professional. Also I believe CBCS was created by one of the founders of CGC if memory serves.

    Also what I like of CBCS is that they can verify signatures. No need to be present in oerson to witness the signature otherwise it is a green label.

    That alone is incentive enough to go with CBCS. DF for example have some nice variant covers that are signed and always come with COA’s , but are not recognized by CGC where they are by CBCS.

    I don’t mind having CGC or CBCS, but it;s a no-no for me with PGX. Too many errors and scandals.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.