Hawkeye #2 (Marvel Comics):
GOOD GLOB WHAT! This book is shockingly amazing. Let’s put the art aside for now, we can’t argue that the coloring and art are stellar. The larger story in this issue is nothing we haven’t seen before, but the layout, the reveal, the depth of character packed into this issue is astounding. I’m just touching the tip of the iceberg here but needless to say:
Rating: BUY IT

Hell Yeah #5 (Image Comics):
What do you mean you haven’t read any of these issues? Well read them! If you have been wondering where the payoff is with this book, it’s here. Now the fun begins and you should get in the bus, strap yourself in and get ready for a wild ride. Keatinge is building something special here, don’t miss this book!
Rating: BUY IT

Harvest #2 (Image Comics):
Brutal, dark, compelling. This second issue hold firm and keeps the story of the fallen doctor looking for redemption moving along thrillingly. Even if you missed the first issue you can jump on here and catch up.
Rating: BUY IT

Creator Owned Heroes #4 (Image Comics):
The first two stories in this book come to an end this month. I found each issue of this book to be worth the $3.99 price point. You aren’t just buying a comic, you are buying essays, exclusive interviews and all kinds of extra content. It might not be for all, but everyone should give it a look.
Rating: SKIM IT

Fashion Beast #1 (Avatar):
Are you a die-hard fan of Alan Moore? Read anything and everything he puts out? Then read this. If you aren’t, then don’t. Nothing interesting here, maybe it’s a slow burn but besides the really good art by Malcolm McLaren this is a pass.
Rating: LEAVE IT

Mind the Gap #4 (Image Comics):
There is a lot of good in this book. Mystery, drama, betrayal. It will make a great TV show on ABC when they sell it. After reading issue #4, I’m out. While the story has a lot of potential it’s more of a soap opera than a well-crafted comic book. Look it over for yourself and decide, but this was my last issue unless something major happens to get me back on board.
Rating: SKIM IT

Think Tank #2 (Image Comics/Top Cow):
This book is full of great geeky weapons, tools, tech and science. But more than just that, you begin to really care about the main characters, their situation and the plans to get out of it. Great artwork and a low price point. Not too late to start reading with this issue.
Rating: BUY IT

Aaron Meyers is a full time nerd for both money and pleasure. When he’s not knee deep in networking cable or trapped in a server rack, he can be found on Twitter at @aaronmeyers or posting his musings about the world of comics at his blog Proactive Continuity.