Wednesday, December 9, 2020

My Weekly Pull [145] & Can't-Wait Wednesday [120]

My Weekly Pull is something I do every Wednesday to show which comics I had pulled for me that week! If you're into comics, or you're looking to start, please join me! If you decide to do your own post, there's a link-up at the bottom. I would love to stop by and check it out!

Spider-Man #5 by J.J. Abrams, Henry Abrams, Sara Pichelli, Olivier Coipel
Goosebumps Secrets of the Swamp #3 by Marieke Nijkamp, Yasmin Flores Montanez, Bill Underwood
Scarenthood #2 by Nich Roche

Guardians of the Galaxy #9 by Al Ewing, Juan Cabal, Rafael Albuquerque
Firefly #23 by Greg Pak, Lalit Kumar Sharma, Daniel Bayliss, George Kambadais
Seven Secrets #5 by Tom Taylor, Daniele Di Nicuolo

Heroes at Home One Shot by Zeb Wells, Gurihiru

Jacob's comics for the week!

Usagi Yojimbo #15 by Stan Sakai
Transformers #25 by Brian Ruckley, Anna Malkova
Amazing Spider-Man #54 by Nick Spencer, Mark Bagley, Patrick Gleason
Venom #31 by Donny Cates, Iban Coello
Bill & Ted Are Doomed #4 by Evan Dorkin, Roger Langridge

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #112 by Sohpie Campbell, Jodie Nishijima, Kevin Eastman

Can't Wait Wednesday is a weekly feature that's hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings. It highlights the upcoming releases we're really excited about reading! CWW is a spinoff of the feature Waiting on Wednesday (WoW), that was started by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

The In-Between by Rebecca Ansari 
Expected publication: January 26th 2021

Synopsis (via Goodreads): Cooper is lost. Ever since his father left their family three years ago, he has become distant from his friends, constantly annoyed by his little sister, Jess, and completely fed up with the pale, creepy rich girl who moved in next door, who won’t stop staring at him.

So when Cooper learns of an unsolved mystery his sister has discovered online, he welcomes the distraction. It’s the tale of a deadly train crash that occurred a hundred years ago in which one young boy among the dead was never identified. The only distinguishing mark on him was a strange insignia on his suit coat, a symbol no one had seen before or since. Jess is fascinated by the mystery of the unknown child—because she’s seen the insignia. And, she tells Cooper, he has too.

It’s the symbol on the jacket of the girl next door.

As they uncover more information—and mounting evidence of the girl’s seemingly impossible connection to the tragedy—Cooper and Jess begin to wonder if a similar disaster could be heading to their hometown. Thus begins an unforgettable adventure about the forgotten among us and what it means to be seen.


  1. I had no clue that Goosebumps also did comics *mind blown*! I was obsessed with that series when I was a kid and one of my bestie's sons is obsessed with it now. I'm going to let her know so she can check some of those out too, thanks!
    Jen @ Star-Crossed Book Blog

    1. Yes! My son is really enjoying them. :) The girls just started getting My Little Pony. Did your daughter ever get to try the Goosebumps series? If so, what did she think?

    2. My kiddos haven't read that series yet, but I'm so happy to hear your son is enjoying them! My oldest just finished the How to Train Your Dragon Series and he's obsessed. And my youngest is just finishing up the Bad Kitty chapter books, I never realized how many there were lol.


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