I have constantly been bombarded with the pandering covers from Zenescope for months now, and it seems just when I think that they can’t get more exploitive, they just continue to find a new benchmark. I've never ventured past the covers until Zenescope visited HeroesCon this year and I felt the urge to walk up to their booth, while they waited for someone to stop and show an interest and just tell them, “There’s nothing good about what you do.” However, that wouldn't have been fair, as I’d just be judging a book by its cover, literally. So I did what any fair person would do, and I read some Zenescope books.
I have a dream that all of those unwanted toys from yesteryear can one day try again. I have a dream that one day all of the next experiences will feel like first experiences. I have a dream that we can all live peacefully in a future protected by Terry McGuiness and Miguel O’Hara both.
It didn't change the world. It wasn't remembered. It did inspire me to want to know comics actively instead of just passively. Black Thunder #1!
Each week I will try and pick the top 10 new books. Now this is what I think will be hot and there is no scientific data to back it (in other words sales figures). This is something we could have fun with and if you feel I am off the mark then let me know in the comments section. Who knows, maybe I will pick your books next week.