Another Saturday is upon us and so too another round up of popular posts to keep you entertained and up to date on the geek going-ons from the past week. Your regular ten-to-takeaway and a little something extra too:
- A few new previews make it onto the list this week with an early look at BOOM! Studios’ Dune: House Atreides #5 posted by Brendan M Allen here.
- Batman continues to prove a very popular title under James Tynion IV’s tenure, with a first look at Batman #107 making the week’s ten-to-takeaway. Check it out here.
- Over at Marvel the preview for The Amazing Spider-Man #61 was hot, but then it did promise us another new costume for Petey, which is always a crowd-pleaser. Admire his new Spring wardrobe here.
- Also getting in on the action is IDW with their own preview of Locke & Key/The Sandman: Hell & Gone #1 here.
- Finally, in a list dominated by previews, Richard Bruton gave us a look at The Vigilant Collection from The Treasury of British Comics here.
- Ben Martin returned last week with another instalment of his hugely popular column, Franchise Explosion (Or Implosion). This time he focused on Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Nightmare here.
- James Ferguson brought us news on the newest Kickstarter from Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s Paperfilms,Sex & Violence: Volume 3 here.
- DC Comics announced their plans for Pride month this June with variant covers, an anthology one-shot special and a new Crush & Lobo mini-series. Read more here.
- Dark Horse announced a new social media horror. If like me you may not be too sure what that means, check out James Ferguson’s write-up here.
- Finally, ahead of your weekend treat, we have last week’s Review Round-Up making the list for the first time. Another fairly new column seeming to do well. Read it here now.
And, with The Falcon and the Winter Soldier coming to Disney + next Friday 19th March, I thought I’d leave you with the latest exclusive to drop yesterday in which Sam Wilson explains to Bucky Barnes all about the “Big Three” threats to the Marvel universe.