Axel-In-Charge: Extending "Secret Wars," Excitement for a "Totally Awesome Hulk"
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On the eve of a Superman relaunch, this "DC Retroactive" comic is more comforting than I'd have imagined.
"Flashpoint: Project Superman" wraps up with a strange mixture of sadness and creepiness.
One final time: "Bwahahahahahahaha!"
The latest "Batman Incorporated" feels more like a gimmick than a strong story.
"Uncanny X-Force" shows us how an alternate- timeline story can still carry a punch.
With the Inhumans side-story concluded, "FF" lurches back into action, but the momentum is lost.
In which everything goes into the fire, literally. And Giant Sized Man Thing makes his return.
"Hellblazer" heads back to prison for a one-off drawn by Simon Bisley.
Sometimes you don't remember how good something was until your memory gets jogged.
"Fables" is back with a vengeance. Time for Bufkin the winged monkey, North Wind, and much more.
A sad combination of trite and predictable. Legion goes out in a rush, with the storytelling suffering for it.
In "Superboy," don't expect every storyline to get wrapped up.
Uh oh. Nothing really does stop the Juggernaut. Kieron Gillen proves it.
"Batman" volume 1 wraps up with a truly generic comic.
Another excellent "Fear Itself" tie-in that doesn't require reading "Fear Itself."
Marv Wolfman gets to predict the future, which is easy when you've already read it.
I'm not sure this issue existing as sheer padding to get to #100 could be more blatant.
In which we get a non-conclusion to the story of Aquaman and Wonder Woman.
The Mignola/Fegredo run on "Hellboy" comes to end with an earth-shattering kaboom.
Messner-Loebs is the Wally West writer that more people should remember.