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#NCBD Pull This! July 25, 2018: The 5 comic books you should buy this week

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#NCBD Pull This! July 25, 2018: The 5 comic books you should buy this week

Doomsday Clock #6, the end of Marvel Two-In-One, and the beginning of Justice League Dark take the top spots this week.

We’re back from San Diego Comic-Con and getting back in the swing of things! If you went to the con I hope you had a good time, and if not I hope you enjoyed following along here at AiPT!. We also hope you enjoyed the first edition of Pull This, live from San Diego, as we’ve got episode 2 coming at you right now!

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This week is of course all about Doomsday Clock #6, where the Mime and the Marionette take center stage. Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s Watchmen sequel has been epic — the only problem is it’s so hard to wait between issues! DC is also kicking off a new, highly anticipated book this week, Justice League Dark.

On the Marvel side, we’ve got the final issue of Marvel Two-In-One before the return of the Fantastic Four to the Marvel Universe, and Mr. and Mrs. X #1 from Kelly Thompson.

BOOM! Studios rounds out the top five with Max Bemis’s excellent Lucy Dreaming, as the psychadelic journey comes to a close this week.

If you like what we’re doing here and want to see lots of video of our coverage of San Diego Comic-Con, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, give the video a like, comment, and share with your friends. See you next week!

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