|Two of four are Marvel titles... not likely to see that happen again anytime soon.|
What is also ironic (if you are knowledgeable about Marvel canon) is that this last Marvel book I purchase is set in an alternate "universe" and features a new "Doctor Doom," Reed Richards. It was Reed's heel turn, facilitated by current FF (issue #15 on stands this week--and as far as I'm concerned, it can stay there) and Fantastic Four scribe Jonathan Hickman, that brought me back to Ultimates. It was Hickman's much lauded, but incomprehensible (to me) storyline which moved me to drop Fantastic Four after nearly thirty years of collecting. While some of Ultimate Comics The Ultimates is difficult to figure out, especially as I don't buy the other related titles.
The complete list of purchases for this most rare of birds (a fifth Wednesday of comic books!) is as follows:
Ultimate Comics The Ultimates #7 (Marvel)I am only halfway through The Walking Dead run via trade and picking one up a week has become my most anticipated weekly purchase. The protagonists in the books I collect include very few costumed heroes and being a fanboy for my whole life, that strikes me as unfortunate...
Six Guns #5 (Marvel) Note: Last of a 5 issue miniseries.
Gears of War #22 (DC)
The Walking Dead #94 (Image)
The Walking Dead, Volume 6: The Sorrowful Life (Image) Note: Collecting issues #31-36.