This week's comic bounty includes a groovy scifi compilation from Vertigo, a sentient grappling tooth, a Jack Kirby tribute project, and an artifact Brian K. Vaughan's tenure penning everyone's favorite mutant shapeshifter (no, I don't mean Morph).
Here's an exclusive first look at "A 'True Story' From Saucer Country" by Action Comics and Doctor Who scribe Paul Cornell and artist Goran Sudzuka. This short story will appear in the resurrection of DC/Vertigo's science fiction anthology Strange Adventures.
For mid-20th century DC Comics, there was one surefire way to raise sales: Stick an ape on the cover and make readers ask why. And it still works! Go on - pretend you don't want to read these stories.
Science fiction monkeys. Sure, this week may bring all manner of collections of more recent comics, but let's face it: Nothing measures up to science fiction monkeys. Of course, these are new comics we crave.