Then there's a couple of all ages titles:
Anya's Ghost (First Second) by Vera Brosgol has been picking up excellent early word; Neil Gaiman has even referred to it as a masterpiece. It's Brosgol's first graphic novel although her work has previously featured in volumes of Flight. See here for her rather cute blog.
There's also Page By Paige (Amulet) by Laura Lee Gulledge, also a first time graphic novelist. It's about a shy teenage girl fitting to a new life and processing it all through her art so that, as her confidence grows so does her art. It's an intriguing mix of character story and part analysis of the creative process. The book has it's own blog (see here).
The Alexandria Safe-Zone comes under increasing pressure...
It's more Flashing and Fearing fall outs in the Weekly Treats. Be sure to take a look at Invincible Iron Man #505, Alpha Flight #1 and Avengers #14 which promises a juicy surprise leading to a line up shake up. From DC I've highlighted Deadman and the Flying Grayson's and Wonder Woman and the Furies by Abnett & Lanning (they'll also process your tax returns) for having fabulous comic-worthy titles that you wouldn't tell your loved ones about. I've also slipped in the DC Universe Online Legends cover because it just looks so Old Skool now.
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