Womanthology Space #1 (IDW Publishing):
I picked this up on a whim and was pleasantly surprised. There are a really good amount of stories in this book, it skews towards the female point of view in most of them, obviously, but nothing is done in a way that makes either sex feel excluded. I enjoyed the vast majority of the stories and completely felt I got my moneys worth. Flip through it and see if it grabs you.
Rating: SKIM IT

Bandette #2 (Monkey Brain Inc.):
What a fun book! For .99 an issue this is one of my favorite digital comics right now. Its sassy, silly, fun and funny. Art is great, the characters are good. Totally worth it!
Rating: BUY IT

Sword & Sorcery #0 (DC Comics):
I picked this up more out of nostalgia for the 80’s Princess of Gem World books than anything and I have to say it was better than I expected.  At times the dialogue felt forced to fill in back story and the coloring on the book wasn’t great, but that wasn’t enough to make me dislike the book. If you love Amethyst then pick it up for sure, if you aren’t sure, flip through it and see if you want to give it a read.
Rating: SKIM IT

Ghost #0 (Dark Horse):
It’s been a long time since I’ve been this torn over a book on whether to recommend it or not. My reaction is I didn’t like it. But I also want to read the next one. Noto’ s characters feel stilted and lifeless, the story is compelling though. Look it over and see if you like the art, if so…
Rating: SKIM IT

Lobster Johnson Caput Mortuum One Shot (Dark Horse):
I am an unashamed lover of Lobster Johnson books. This is possibly my favorite of the one shots that have come out. Art, writing, perfect. So much fun to read. Get this!
Rating: BUY IT

Revival #3 (Image Comics):
This book gets better with every issue. The characters are developing at a great pace; the creators are on top of their game with the art and storytelling in this book. You can jump on here and figure it out, don’t miss out!
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.