Here are the comics I ordered this week from Zeus Comics.
ECHO #12 by Terry Moore (Abstract Studios). I was a huge fan of STRANGERS IN PARADISE, and it's exciting to see what Terry Moore can do now that he is free to start over with a new story and new characters. Terry has always done comics his way without any restrictions. I'm curious to see where this cat-and-mouse thriller leads. I'll admit the "power suit" is a little Image '90s-esque, but he makes it work.
THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY: DALLAS #6 by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá (Dark Horse). I read the first issue, but I'm behind on this series. Next week, I'll sit down and plow through #2-#6. The debut series took a lot of people by surprise, inventive and disturbing. It's nice to see Gerard Way is here to stay. That rhyme was un-intentional.
LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN (VOL. III): CENTURY #1 by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill (Top Shelf Productions). Highly anticipated would be an understatement. Black Dossier was interesting, but not really the follow-up I was hoping for.
CLOAK & DAGGER: CHILD OF DARKNESS, CHILD OF LIGHT HARDCOVER by Bill Mantlo and Rick Leonardi (Marvel). I'm most excited about this book. About freakin' time. This limited series is what hooked me on comics -- now collected in one lovely hardcover. Hopefully, it will allow others to appreciate how well Mantlo's story holds up.