Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

the bunker 34 coverWednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in. Below are ten suggestions of comics, graphic novels, or trade paperbacks you should spend some extra time checking out.

Top Pick: The Bunker #4 (Oni Press) – The excellent series continues. A bombing has taken place, and the wheels that’ll lead to global devastation are starting to turn for our group. How will they react as it becomes clearer they know the future, and might be able to change it? Amazing writing. Amazing art. An absolute must buy.

Amazing Spider-Man #2 (Marvel) – Peter Parker is back! Dan Slott continues a fun swinging time with our favorite wall crawler.

Axe Cop: American Choppers #1 (Dark Horse) – If you’re not reading Axe Cop, or don’t know what it is, you’re missing out on some hilarity.

Forever Evil #7 (DC Comics) – DC’s event wraps up, better later than never.

The Last Broadcast #1 (BOOM! Studios/Archaia) – An urban exploration group in San Francisco discovers a secret bunker belonging to the long-vanished 1930s stage magician Blackhall the Incredible at the same time as young, out-of-work magician Ivan receives a mysterious package that points him toward a possible conspiracy involving Blackhall’s death in 1934. Both groups dive into the mystery, not yet realizing that it’s about the change their lives forever.

Lola XOXO #2 (Aspen Comics) – The first issue was beautiful to look at and a solid read. We’ve been looking forward to the second issue.

MPH #1 (Image Comics) – Mark Millar’s latest series about a drug that gives folks super powers.

Saga #19 (Image Comics) – If you’re not reading this series, you’re missing out. The next installment begins here, and if that final page doesn’t get your jaw to drop….

Transformers: Windblade #2 (IDW Publishing) – A breath of fresh air, this series featuring everyone’s favorite robots feels more like a detective comic, than the traditional Transformers series.

Velvet #5 (Image Comics) – The series featuring a kick-ass female spy continues, mixing great characters, a cool setting, some serious action, entertaining plot, with some amazing visuals.