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.
Lucifer #4 (Vertigo Comics)
“Really enjoying the series, Lee Garbett’s art is nothing short of stellar, and Holly Black brings a freshness to the character that is for the better!” – Chris Bennett
“Basically, what Chris said. Holly Black’s script has been clever and subtle as you are dragged further into this story. The introduction of Medjine last issue looks like a character I’ll be very interested in. Plus, Lucifer and Gabriel were still in Dream’s realm at the end of issue 3, so I’m desperate to see Morpheus himself in issue 4.” – Andrew McGlinn
Rat Queens #15 (Image Comics)
“What do you mean you’re not reading it?! It’s incredible and every issue has been bear perfect. Fix it, thank me later. D&D meets every good drunk decision you’ve ever made.” – Chris Bennett
Red Thorn #5 (Vertigo Comics)
“I couldn’t in good conscience be Scottish and not recommend Red Thorn. It’s a Celtic tale that incorporates bits of Fables and The Unwritten and is so much more, all wrapped up in a bonnie bow.” – Andrew McGlinn
Roche Limit: Monadic #1 (Image Comics)
“Anomolous and Clandestiny were some of the most boldly ambitious sci-fi titles I’ve ever read, and with Moreci and Charles promising to give fans the best sendoff possible, there’s no way I’m going to be missing the final chapter of Image’s Roche Limit trilogy.” – Craig Neilson-Adams
Huck #5 (Image Comics)
“Who doesn’t want a Huck in their life? I certainly do right now – I haven’t been able to find the remote for my surround sound for months now. Oh how he could solve all my first world problems! All that and the comic has been a belter too.” – John Wallace
Second Sight #2 (Aftershock Comics)
“Second Sight was an instant hit with me. You just know that David Hines is going to take you to some dark places with this title. It’s a shadowy and disturbing journey into some pretty horrible subjects, and the style of art by Alberto Ponticelli encapsulates this perfectly.” – Andrew McGlinn
Transformers Deviations (one-shot) (IDW Publishing)
“I love this idea for a ‘what if’, and can’t wait to see where Brandon Easton goes with it. The G1 style art looks sensational, too.” – Martin Doyle