Besides the comics in this list, I also got Batman #11 and The Flash #11. I didn't find the panels too remarkable in either, so I've omitted them.
Batman, Inc. #2
by Grant Morrison and Chris BurnhamBatman: Birth of the Demon. This was just in time for The Dark Knight Rises, which was fairly al Ghul-centric.
This issue came out in June, but the July issue was delayed for August, and this page was good enough that I thought I'd show you it.
Chew: Secret Agent Poyo #1
by John Layman and Rob Guillory
Chew also skips the month of July for a Poyo one-shot. And it's worth it! Poyo escapes the clutches of Satan, in Hell by straight up taking them down. And that's just the prologue. Women want to be with him, men want to be him. Poyo.
The Goon #40
by Eric Powell
Punk Rock Jesus #1
by Sean Murphy
As soon as I saw the preview I knew I wanted to pick this up. I love the confidence in Murphy's lines. It's really great to look at.
This panel takes a rib at corporate America, trying to engineer a "designer baby" in the way of Jesus' clone.
The New Deadwardians #5
by Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard
In this panel, Inspector Suttle speaks with the murder victim's daughter, who's a "throat suffragist," a woman who argues for the rights for unmarried women to also receive "the cure," ie, becoming a vampire. It adds another wrinkle to the world of infested Victorian England.
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