X-POSITION: Bennett Crafts A War-Torn Coming of Age Story in "Years Of Future Past"
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Month after month, "Legion of Super-Heroes" delivers solid super-hero entertainment.
The story reads like it was meant for a much younger audience, but the art is drop-dead gorgeous.
Original, rejected title: "War of the Vats of Molasses."
Dark Horse's flagship anthology is back, and in color... but can it find the magic once more?
"T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" #6 acts as epilogue to the last story and lead-in to the next, but manages to do both without any real energy.
"R.E.B.E.L.S." has found some of its old spark, but with one issue left it's a little too late.
The first Tomasi and Gleason storyline comes to a close, but without differentiating itself from any of the other Bat-titles.
Most fans will pick this up for the "Flashpoint" hints and teases, but it's the other half of the issue that is the real winner.
Bad news, "Superboy" fans, it's time for another chapter of "Reign of Doomsday."
That's right, it's yet another previously untold tale of an early Superman and Batman team up. (Just how many of them are there?)
The real mystery behind "Who Is Jake Ellis?" is really, "Why isn't everyone buying this book?"
The bad news: "Herc" is distinctly different than "Incredible Hercules." The good news: it's still fun.
"JSA All-Stars" begins its final storyline, and so far it looks to be one of its better efforts.
Everything comes together in a mass of exposition.
Liz Sherman's past and a trip to Salem! It's a story made for "B.P.R.D."
We're at the halfway point, and "Avengers: The Children's Crusade" has yet to waver in quality.
"Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever" feels a bit meandering, but the art is so beautiful that it's hard to care.
Once again, proof that there is no such thing as a "bad character." All you need is the right take.
Hey kids, let's talk it out.
It's time for Uatu go to Weight Watchers.