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May 2, 2018's 5 in 5: The five comic books you should buy this week

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May 2, 2018’s 5 in 5: The five comic books you should buy this week

In the aftermath of ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ the show must go on.

After our Avengers: Infinity War special edition last week, good old fashioned 5 in 5 is back this week, breaking down the five comic books that should absolutely be on your pull list this coming Wednesday.

Marvel’s momentum continues this week, as three of the top five comic this week (in fact, the top three) are from the House of Ideas. This includes two #1s, for new series lovers — Hunt For Wolverine: Weapon Lost #1 and Avengers #1. Okay, so Avengers obviously isn’t a new series, but it’s being renumbered! Yay!

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Rounding out the top five is Death or Glory #1 from Rick Remender. We already got a chance to read this book and we absolutely loved it. And finally, DC’s DC Nation #0 will, according to DC, set up the “summer of events” in a special #0 issue that costs a measly 25 cents.

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