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BCP Pull List – 2nd March 2016

Not sure what to spend your hard-earned comic money on this week?

Well have no fear, because Team BCP is here once again to share with you some of our top recommendations for what titles to consider picking up when you head down to your local comic shop this Wednesday.

Check out what the team had to say below, and let us know your own recommendations in the comments.


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Unfollow #5 (Vertigo Comics)
“After a fourth issue that finally saw this series capitalise on the limitless potential of its premise, Rob Williams and Mike Dowling’s Unfollow has cemented its place as an absolute must-read, and as the 140 ‘characters’ are gradually whittled away, the real teeth of this series are getting ready to be exposed.” – Ceej


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Mighty Morpin Power Rangers #1 (BOOM! Studios)
“WHAM! Right in the childhood. I don’t even care, I need to pick this up.”Chris B

“Aaaand a second vote for Power Rangers. Because I think we can all agree that the Red Ranger was clearly the best.”Ross

“You spelled Green Ranger wrong.”Chris B


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Johnny Red #5 (Titan Comics)
“Has no-one read my reviews?! The comic is brilliant. The art is ART. The writing is top notch. Yes please and thank you very, very much!”John


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Spider-Man #2 (Marvel Comics)
“I’ve actually found myself enjoying the Miles stuff way more than the Pete stuff these days. Sara Pichelli draws a damn fine Spidey book, too.”Chris B


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The Discipline #1 (Image Comics)
“What could be more tantalising than a story that Vertigo elected not to publish? Now coming out on Image it promises to be something stranger, darker, and beyond human. Billed as being an explosion of carnality and weirdness how could you not be curious about this? I know I am, and at the price Image are selling #1’s for it’s worth a punt.”Andrew Mc


1927751_10153438999198603_6830245271930905697_nSwamp Thing #3 (DC Comics)
“I may have been a little critical of the series in my review of issue two, but there’s still no getting away from the fact that Swamp Thing is pretty much my all-time favourite comic character, and the possibilities offered up by having Len Wein and Kelley Jones working together on a Swampy series are almost unlimited.”Ceej


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Old Man Logan #3 (Marvel Comics)
“Logan’s attempt to end the Hulk didn’t turn out all that well. More so when he finds out he was fighting the wrong Hulk. So far, it seems, up is down, and black is white as Logan tries to stop events that lead to the death of his family. It’s Jeff Lemire on writing, so expect the story to get a lot more tasty, and the art of Sorrentino is tremendous.”Andrew Mc


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Black Widow #1 (Marvel Comics)
“Have to say, Waid and Samnee reuniting on any title is an exciting prospect (that Daredevil run, tho’), and it should be a fun ride to see their take on everyone’s favourite Russian assassin!”Ross


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