Comics Disassembled: Ten Things of Note from the Past Week in Comics, Led by Random House Getting Graphic

It’s San Diego Comic Con week, and the big panels haven’t even started yet. That means this week’s edition of Comics Disassembled, in which I look at ten things I liked or didn’t like from the week of comics, won’t cover any antics from Hall H, none of the Jonathan Hickman X-Men announcements, and anything else that might come up at SDCC. I suppose I could write about the Top Gun: Maverick trailer, or maybe the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, or maybe even the living nightmare that is Cats.

But I’m not going to! Let’s get to the good stuff, of which there is many because this is SDCC week, baby!

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  1. And one Sean Parker would enjoy as well.