With dozens of comic books to choose from, let us show you which are the best coming out this week. Take a look at this list spotlighting our favorite comics that we know are money-well-spent and new books that look cool and are backed by some top-tier talent.
Once you check out our picks, head to the comments to let us know what you’ll be buying this week!
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #30 - $3.99div">>
Writer Kyle Higgins | Artist Daniele Di Nicuolo | Cover Jamal Campbell (BOOM! Studios)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #30 sees Shattered Grid take one step closer to its conclusion. Now that Lord Drakkon (aka evil Tommy Oliver from an alternate dimension) has set his master plan in motion, it's up to Power Rangers from throughout space and time to put a stop to it. The event thus far has been full of action, emotion, and heart-stopping twists, and we don't expect it to let up now.
Editor's Note: This article originally stated that Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #30 was the conclusion to Shattered Grid. The actual conclusion will come in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Shattered Grid #1.
Check out our interview with the writers of the Power Rangers comics for more on what to expect after Shattered Grid:
Edge of Spider-Geddon #1 - $3.99div">>
Writer Jed MacKay | Artist Gerardo Sandoval (Marvel Comics)
Spider-Geddon is the sequel to Spider-Verse, so naturally Marvel are kicking things off the same way. Given that Edge of Spider-Verse changed the Spidey franchise forever when it introduced the world to Spider-Gwen, we’ve got our eye on Edge of Spider-Geddon in case it’s concealing our next favorite spider-character. This four-issue mini-series will spotlight different players in the upcoming Spider-Geddon event, starting with Spider-Punk.
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Writer Ed Brisson | Artist Pepe Larraz | Cover Mark Brooks (Marvel Comics)
The original five X-Men were brought to the present back in 2012, but are they finally going home? The look of this five-part Extermination mini-series certainly makes it seem so. Given that Ed Brisson is one of the three writers launching the new Uncanny X-Men series in November, we’re fairly certain he’ll be using this story to set up the future of the X-Men franchise. Will that future include the original five? Hopefully Extermination gives us the answer.
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