THE HONOR ROLL: November 29, 2017 Releases

We’re getting close to the end…of the year. We still have amazing books coming out every week and this week we have great spoiler-filled picks from our contributors for you to check out. So, let’s get to it!


The family says goodbye to Bruce Wayne in an unexpectedly sad ending for this Annual.


About Me: I’m Kat! A YouTuber on Comic Uno and Comic Frontline, a podcaster on the Legends of Tomorrow Podcast, writer for Newsarama, comic critic for IGN, and writer/creator for comic book series Like Father, Like Daughter and They Call Her…The Dancer. Follow me on @ComicUno.

SUPER SONS ANNUAL #1 – Doug Zawisza

This does what any good Annual should do – gives you a fun story to enjoy that erases any dread of the price paid. It’s not critical to any sort of continuity, but the freestanding nature of the story by Peter J. Tomasi, Paul Pelletier, Cam Smith, Hi-Fi, and Carlos M. Mangual is what will make this a story to come back to for a fun read. Detective Chimp gets a nice spotlight (surprising considering the title) and has a fun squad to join him in battle. Pelletier’s art is packed with fun, but far more importantly, he KNOWS how to draw chimps, dogs, and cows just as wonderfully as he does people, settings, and debris. This is a fun read, and one that I’ll be going back to and wanting more of.

About Me: I’m Doug. Father of three, husband of one, fan of all things good. I’m a regular contributor here on Comicosity and I want to read a Rex the Wonder dog series by this team. Twitter: @DZawisza

BATMAN ANNUAL #2 – Tom Barnett

Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser dropped a gloriously atmospheric two page spread in the Batman Annual.


About Me: I’m Tom. Slightly addicted to comics, Doctor Who, Star Wars and Star Trek. I also try to spend some time behind the lens of my camera. Love Bronze Age comics and the Black Hole movie from Disney. Follow me @tphoto10

BATMAN ANNUAL #2 – James Kaplan

This is one of my favorite single issues of the whole year, from writer Tom King and artists Lee Weeks and Michael Lark. Romantic, playful interactions between “Bat” and “Cat” that turn into an incredibly poignant issue. It’s a gorgeous comic, with stylish, classic art from (primarily) Weeks with a moving end section from Lark. Even if you’re not regularly reading Batman this is worth a look.

About Me: James is a lawyer by day, and an avid reader of comics whenever he can.  He loves his family, friends, and getting all of them into comics. He writes longer comics reviews at and is on Twitter @sinisterjhk. 


Heroes being heroes. Feels good.


About Me: Aaron Meyers loves reading comics, collecting comics and talking about comics. He’s grateful to share his love of comics with all of his friends on the Internet. From Twitter at @aaronmeyers, to his new podcast, Comics Therapy with Andrea Shockling, it’s all about the love of comics. He also loves his family, especially his wife, Chrissy Meyers. And while you were taking the time to read this, Aaron went and bought all the best issues from your store’s dollar bin. You lose, Aaron wins. #AllTheComics

Thanks as always for reading and sharing the most honored comics of the week with us. Same time next week!


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