It seems like all I’ve been picking up is Brian Wood helmed titles lately; this week we have The New York Five #3 (DC/Vertigo), along with the Demo: Volume 02 TPB (DC/Vertigo). Across town, the competition is going to give their latest big death re-launch a go, with FF #1 (Marvel) debuting after the “death” of Johnny Storm and inclusion of (a) Spider-Man in the new FF line-up, only this time it’s called the Future Foundation. I might give it a try. They’ve also got Uncanny X-Force #6 (Marvel), a title which started extraordinarily strong, but has already started to stumble after the first arc wrapped. In the offered again department, there are a couple of graphic novels worth recommending, including Bookhunter (Sparkplug) by Jason Shiga and Comic Book Holocaust (Buenaventura Press) by Johnny Ryan. Chris Cilla’s The Heavy Hand (Sparkplug) also ships, which I picked as one of the Best Mini-Comics & Small Press Titles of 2010. Last up, we have a hardcover collected edition of Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth’s Stumptown: Volume 01 (Oni Press).