"Supergirl" Casts its Lucy Lane
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"Hellblazer" delights in faking out its audience, and its audience delights in being faked out.
Cornball dialogue goes a long way towards killing reader enthusiasm here.
Wrap it up!
This is just another reason to miss Bryan Q. Miller's take on "Batgirl," come September.
"Planet Red Hulk" wraps up with an ending that I suspect few will see coming.
As an example of Daniel's "Batman" run, this is not the one to look at.
"Samurai's Blood" is a pretty comic, but one that relies a bit too much on samurai cliché.
Title aside, this is a mixture of a lot of different good comics, and it works.
Be careful what you're bidding for in an author's estate sale.
It's all back story, but it's a nice beginning.
Two-handed Aquaman? He's a bit of a jerk.
I take it back, Doomsday is not a story-killer.
Gail Simone and the readers deserve a little more for this sudden conclusion to her run on the book.
"Heroes for Hire" continues to buy the heart of its readers.
Long-time and new readers alike finally get the scoop on Comet Queen.
"Thunderbolts" shows, once again, how to handle a tie-in to a big event.
"Avengers Academy" uses the "plus one" format to great effect.
The subtle plot point of the first issue is made much more blatant.
"Flashpoint" sure is pretty, but it's unfortunately difficult to get excited over it.
This issue is almost strictly transition, but at least it's got some lovely Dodson art.