Marvel's "Luke Cage" Casts Its Misty Knight
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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.
Setup time is over, as things begin to kick into high gear.
"Secret Avengers" takes on the siege of Washington DC, and coincidences aside, it's a fun story.
Like so many anthologies, "Strange Adventures" is an wildly uneven book.
Doomsday isn't interesting, let alone multiple Doomsdays.
Not quite as strong as the first two issues, but there's one scene in particular that makes "Xombi" #3 a winner.
No matter what the wait, more "Courtney Crumrin" is a good thing.
The dilution of the "Astonishing" brand continues.
The only thing we have to fear is... um, what is it anyway?
The Red Hood is back, but did anyone want to see his return?