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#NCBD Pull This! August 8, 2018: The 5 comic books you should buy this week

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#NCBD Pull This! August 8, 2018: The 5 comic books you should buy this week

The first family is back, Venditti says goodbye to Hal Jordan, and more.

Welcome to another edition of Pull This!, where we take a look at the five comic books that absolutely must be on your pull list this New Comic Book Day. There are a ton of great comics coming out every week so it’s hard to wade through it all sometimes, but that’s why we’re here.

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This is a DC heavy week as this week they’re publishing Wonder Woman #52, closing out a great mini-arc from Steve Orlando, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #50, Robert Venditti’s swan song with the iconic character, and Red Hood and the Outlaws #25.

Dark Horse’s new Berger Books imprint also makes an appearance with the acclaimed She Could Fly, which is wowing comic book readers around the world. Issue #2 looks to continue that trend this week.

But ultimately, no comic book coming out this week (or even possibly this year) compares to the triumphant return of Fantastic Four. The first family is back in their own series for the first time in years, this time written by former Amazing Spider-Man scribe Dan Slott. You don’t wanna miss this.

Check out the video above, and if you like the episode and want to see more, as well as toy reviews and unboxings, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, give the video a like or a comment, and share it with your friends. We’ll see you next week!

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