Logan Is Way Too Happy About San Francisco; Also, This Week’s Pull List!

The X-Men are going to San Francisco with next month's #500.  Logan may be a little bit too happy about this.

Things are looking up for the X-Men. After the devolution of all but 180-some odd mutants, a world dividing Civil War and the first Post M-Day mutant birth, the team is relocating from their destroyed mansion to lovely San Francisco with next month’s Uncanny X-Men #500. They’ve been on a great run of wonderful stories since House of M, and they’ve only gotten better since Messiah Complex. Of course, as you can tell by the above panel, Logan is far too happy with moving to San Francisco…

On that note, lets actually do a Pull List. I keep telling myself I should take a break from blogging, but I also keep telling myself that these things are fun if you can get in the habit of doing them. So you leave comments to inspire me and I’ll keep doing them!

This week’s Pull List after the jump….

DC Comics

The All-New Atom #25: Poor Ryan Choi. He’s been the Atom since One Year Later, and he’s had more than his share of troubles. In what’s solicited as the final issue of the series, Ryan teams up with Ray Palmer to rescue the people of Ivy Town from Lady Chronos’ trap.

Batman #678: Batman RIP continues! Part Three.

Nighwing #146: “Freefall” concludes, as Nightwing confronts Talia al Ghul and Doctor Creighton.

Marvel

Amazing Spider-Man #546: Does MJ know? Is she Jackpot? And how does this all affect Norman Osborne? Alright, those aren’t answered yet, but Brand New Day has been a hell of a ride, and it continues here.

Astonishing X-Men #25: Boy, Giant Size Astonishing X-Men was fantastic, wasn’t it? Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi’s run begins here!

Ultimate Origins #2: Its all connected! The mind-bending story continues…

For a full list of comics releasing this week, visit your local comic shop or the Diamond Comic Distributors website.

About Christopher Baggett

Christopher Baggett has owned and operated The HomeWorld independently since 2009 after spinning it off from his previous concept, 'The Anime Homeworld'. In addition to journalistic endeavors, he is an aspiring novelist. Arizona born military brat Christopher currently resides in the Georgia area.

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