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.
Vision #5 (Marvel Comics)
“Tom King has created one of the most delightfully different stories I’ve seen in a long time; you really should be reading Vision. Now things are coming to a head and truths are being exposed. Will the Vision learn what his wife has done trying to play the suburban housewife? What will he make of the choices she made to protect her family while he has been the absent husband? If he does, will he protect his family, or deem the experiment a failure? Tom King asks if the Vision can find the American dream and every issue has been nothing short of stellar so far. I expect no less from part 5.” – Andrew McGlinn
“Wow. He has a family, all like himself, and they have secrets, and they are living the suburban dream.” – John Wallace
Harrow County #10 (Dark Horse Comics)
“Harrow County is, quite simply, one of the best horror series I’ve ever had the privilege of reading. It’s transcended basic genre fare to become original, that’s as beautiful as it is haunting and profoundly human is it is supernatural. I can’t recommend this series enough to those that haven’t yet read it.” – Kieran Fisher
Snow Blind #4 (of 4) (BOOM! Studios)
“An utterly gripping look at the fragile nature of trust as a teenager discovers his entire life has been a lie and his family are actually in witness protection. Ollie Masters and Tyler Jenkins are building this one to what promises to be an absolutely stunning conclusion, and I can’t bloody wait to see how it all plays out.” – Craig Neilson-Adams
Limbo #5 (Image Comics)
“This is one of the best series I’ve read in ages, and it’s nearing it’s conclusion with this issue. Heres to hoping that they can maintain the electrifying pace and ingeniously subversive story-structure.” – Ross Sweeney
Batman: Contagion TP (DC Comics)
“One of the best Batman crossover stories, Contagion sees an apocalyptic strain of Ebola deliberately introduced to Gotham City, leaving Batman to race to find a cure. Contagion feels like a proper epic with high stakes and is just the right length to let the story breathe without feeling too bloated. A proper ’90s classic and one I can’t wait to read again.” – Jules Boyle
Spider-Man/Deadpool #3 (Marvel Comics)
“Pete and Wade go together like chocolate and fourth-wall-breaking peanut butter, and this series (whilst a fairly blatant cash-in on the newly released movie) is doing some fun things with the dysfunctional duo. We’ve already had more Spider-Men introduced, and this here threatens to give us more Deadpools (Deadpi?). Should be fun!” – Ross Sweeney
Doctor Strange #6 (Marvel Comics)
“It’s bloody awesome. The way that the good Doctor suffers with every spell is ingenious.” – John Wallace