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Welcome to “Report Card,” our week-in-review feature. If “Cheat Sheet” is your guide to the week ahead, “Report Card” is typically a look back at the top news stories of the previous week, as well as a look at the Robot 6 team’s favorite comics that we read.
This week, however, was Comic-Con International — that’s the top story of the week right there, maybe followed by the Eisner Awards being announced. Beyond that, though, were a ton of new comic announcements from various publishers. Having been in the belly of the best for most of last week, I’m not in any position to even know all the announcements that were made, much less how to prioritize them. So this week only — or at least until next year’s con — I’m going to skip the news countdown and just direct you to read Robot 6 and Comic Book Resources’ home pages, where you can read’em.
Despite the con, comics still came out this past Wednesday, so read on to find out what we thought about Fantastic Four, Kill All Monsters, the new Monkeybrain title Dropout and more.
Welcome to “Cheat Sheet,” ROBOT 6′s guide to the week ahead. Like a runaway freight train, Comic-Con International is nearly upon us — seriously, Previews Night is just nine days away — which means most smaller conventions have cleared out of its way even as many creators, publishers and assorted others rush around making last-minute preparations. That generally means everything is pretty quiet in the comics industry. But, wow, it’s a good week for new releases, ranging from Paul Pope’s The Death of Haggard West to the relaunch of Quantum and Woody to Jason’s Lost Cat.
Keep reading to see what books caught the attention of our contributors.