NEW COMICS DAY Twitterama YOU Review Comics! 07/06

Examining the Root of Evil in RED SKULL

2011 is already more than half-over — yikes, right? — so welcome to the first New Comic Book Day of the second part of the year! You want previews of this week's releases? Oh, we've got previews, including exclusive looks at Image's Moriarty #3, DC's Adventure Comics #528, Archie's Life with Archie #11 and plenty more, right here.

There is a film you may have heard of coming to theaters on July 22 called Captain America: The First Avenger, and that movie's nemesis is getting his own miniseries exploring the root of evil called Red Skull: Incarnate, from Greg Pak and Mirko Colak. The first issue of that is out today, along with another high-profile Marvel release: Fear Itself #4, featuring Steve Rogers back in his familiar duds — the Captain America uniform.

DC has the latest from their big summer "event series" on shelves this week, in the form of Flashpoint #3 (Newsarama's review is here). Along that comes even more tie-ins — the sophomore issues of Abin Sur the Green Lantern, Batman: Knight of Vengeance, Secret Seven and The World of Flashpoint. In the standard DCU, Batman and Robin #25 is out, wrapping the Red Hood storyline.

Bluewater is known for their controversial and much-publicized celebrity biography comics, but this week they're putting a real person in some very unreal situations in new series The Mis-Adventures of Adam West #1. Dynamite keeps their Green Hornet franchise going with Kato: Origins #10, and Image's Screamland #2 keeps that series going.

That darn Best Shots Team has already reviewed those last three comics here, but you know the drill: We want to hear from you! So (legally) purchase many new comics as you so choose, read the heck of them, and then get your booty on Twitter (Don't forget to follow us!), to deliver your 140-character-or-less thoughts on this week's releases. Just add the hashtag:

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