Pulp Fiction Newsletter Week of 1/30/19

Hello everyone! The dust has finally settled on the big Long Beach store rearrange. Most of you who came in last week had nice things to say! We are still working on the back room and I promise I will have more specific details on what that project means very soon. See you at the bottom…

New & Noteworthy Comics 

Click here for a full list of all of the week’s new releases.

Peter Cannon Thunderbolt #1

(W) Kieron Gillen (A) Caspar Wijngaard (CA) Sean Phillips

His level of genius is matched only by his heroics, and in humanity’s darkest hour, he’s the hero they need the most-alas, poor humanity.  Peter Cannon-the man known as Thunderbolt-is only too happy to leave civilization to face its end.  Kieron Gillen (The Wicked + the Divine) teams up with powerhouse artist Caspar Wijngaard (Doctor Aphra) as he returns to the superhero genre with a dark, humorous and relentless love song to the genre.
Well, “Love Song” in a Leonard Cohen Love Song kind of way. Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt: saving a world he hates.

Age of X-Man Alpha

(W) Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler (A) Ramon Rosanas (CA) Phil Noto

The age of X-Man dawns…
and the X-Men cannot stop it.


Fight Club 3 #1

(W) Al Ewing (A) Garry Brown, More (CA) Kyle Hotz
For Marvel’s 80th Anniversary we’ve gone into the vaults to bring back some classic titles from the Marvel of yesteryear…but maybe some vaults should stay closed! Something terrifying has broken free and crawled forth from one of the most terrifying corners of Marvel-dom, the CRYPT OF SHADOWS! Prepare for terror! The shadows are deeper than you think, and horrors lurk within…

Wyrd #1

(W) Curt Pires (A/CA) Antonio Fuso

There are problems, cases, too strange for US law enforcement to solve. Pitor Wyrd is the one who solves them-for a fee, of course. An unaging, invincible detective with a penchant for the strange, Wyrd is the one the government calls when things go very badly and very strange. This issue: Crimea. A failed attempt at recreating a certain US supersolider. A monster roaming the countryside. A trail of bodies.


That’s it for this week!

– Ryan