Nearly a month since the last post. No excuses. I have been lazy. But, here's a new post. Hopefully I will have more soon.
Joker's Asylum: Penguin- Ok, so I read the first issue of this series and liked it. Actually, with the Joker issue, I first disliked it, then by the end I loved it. This one started out much better, had a great middle, and a somewhat sad end. I actually felt bad for the Penguin in this one. I do love how he got mad at the chef in the restaurant, and instead of killing the man he just made the guy so miserable that the guy offed himself. That's a true villain there.
Trinity #6- I am liking this series so far. Not a lot of anything happening, yet I think it will lead somewhere good. I love Busiek as a writer and love Bagley as an artist. I'm going to keep reading for a bit longer. Backup stories are a little meh.
Booster Gold 1,000,000- What a great issue, and a great run for this team. This was such a fun concept for the entire series, with a Zero Hour tie in earlier and this issue here. Booster gets the boost he needs to his self image when Batman confronts him with photos from his run-in with the Joker (Killing Joke era). I love the idea of Booster having a guy in the future who looks at him as a sort of icon to emulate. Peter Platinum. Great stuff. Also, the big reveal at the end was so fantastic, i can't even describe how happy it made me.
Batman Detective Comics #846- Meh. Hush was a fun story, and a villain I don't hate. This, though, is nothing fantastic yet. I dunno how this will play out. I have hope since it is a Paul Dini story, and I like him.
Marvel Adventures: Hulk #13- This series is so fun. Peter David knows how to tell a good story, and is a master of Hulk stories. This is just goofy fun. Living Pharaoh/Monolith. Who ever expected to see that character ever again?
Captain America: White #0- Nice preview of what should be a good series. I wasn't going to but this, but my comic shop had it in my box. Good thing about the place I shop, they do that. You have one series on your pull list, they will place other related stuff in there assuming you may like it. So, even though I wasn't planning on getting it, I bought it...and loved it. Will likely get the rest.
Eternals #2- As much as I hate to admit it, I didn't like the mini that lead into this. However, I do like this so far. I love Acuna's art. I find that it is really suiting this comic a lot. This is looking to be a decent series.
Nova #15- Oh man, this is not good for poor Nova. His actions on the planet, trying to stop Harrow and save that last people on the planet means he may have lost the Worldmind. This is very possibly a bad bad thing. Next issue, Secret Invasion. Looking forward to seeing how this works.
Guardians of the Galaxy #3- Wow, more ties to the original Guardians team with an appearance by Starhawk, who kicks Vance Astro's ass. This, of course, causes problems for the new team who are already suffering from issues of their own. There are currently at least 3 ongoing plotlines I have been able to see so far. We have the mystery with the Church. We have the Mystery of the future Guardians. We have the threat of the Fissures. Got to say, I am loving this so far.
Captain Britain and MI13 #3- The only Secret Invasion tie-in that I really care about buying. Not counting my regular monthlies that happen to be part of the event. This one, while it isn't great, has me interested enough to keep reading. I love Pete Wisdom, for no reason I can explain. I love the concept of Captain Britain. I am really loving Faziza, and want to see more of her. So, I dunno why, but I keep wanting to read.
Secret Invasion #4- Half way through, and I am still quite liking this. Nick Fury coming back, and kicking ass as only Nick Fury can is awesome. His new Howling Commandos are pretty cool, and I want to see more of them (even a separate mini or ongoing). This issue was the weakest of he bunch so far, with a decent end but nothing as drastic as before. I still do not think Stark is a Skrull. Just doesn't work for me. I do wonder what will happen next and how it will all end.
Ultimate Origin #2- Ok, wow. This is a fun series. The last issue was better, but this one wasn't bad at all. Introduction of Wendell Vaughn to the Ultimate universe. Wonder if he will become Quasar at some point, or just using the name. Introduction of Project: Pegasus. Introduction of Dum-Dum Dugan. Origin of Steve Rogers/Captain America. The origin takes the whole issue, which was a slight disappointment, as we have already seen it. So...you know...more coolness next time. Still good, though.
Also, this week I finally dropped Teen Titans and Titans. Never cared about Titans anyhow, that was added since i had Teen Titans. I am keeping the Teen Titans: Year One and Tiny Titans comics on my list, though.