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BCP Pull List – 22nd October 2014

Another week, another collection of titles that come highly recommended by the team here at BCP Towers.

So, how many of these books are going to be making it into your reading pile this coming Wednesday, folks?

And if you want to know exactly what’s on sale this week, check out our list of this week’s upcoming releases.


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Catwoman #35 (DC Comics)
“After nearly running the title into the ground, it’s good to see DC trying something different with Catwoman. Selina Kyle, Queen of the Gotham underworld? SOLD.” – Jules


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Transformers: Robots in Disguise #35 (IDW Publishing)
“Consistently the best tie-in property on the market.” – Sam


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Colder: The Bad Seed #1 (Dark Horse Comics)
“One of my favourite comics of all time making its return as a brand new ongoing series? Thrilled would be an understatement, and to be honest, any time you get to see Tobin and Ferreyra work their twisted magic together, it’s well worth the cover price.” – Ceej


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Rot and Ruin #2 (IDW Publishing)
“It is the month of Halloween and all, so why not grab some macabre from a Bram Stoker award winning horror writer, Jonathan Mayberry [Bad Blood]? Not to mention cover art from local artist Alex Ronald [Vampire Vixens], clearly a good pedigree for chills.” – Gary


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Predator: Fire and Stone #1 (Dark Horse Comics)
“Another week, another Fire and Stone tie-in. This time its the Predators in the crosshairs, and if Mooneyham’s preview art is anything to go by, this looks like being one of the best yet.” – Martin


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Dungeons & Dragons: Legends of Baldur’s Gate #1 (IDW Publishing)
“Excitement! Adventure! Steel on steel! The stuff of legends! Right, Boo?!” RPG nerds everywhere rejoice, it’s the return of our favourite beserker, and his miniature giant space hamster! With the reliable Jim Zub at the helm, this ought to be great fun.” – Ross


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