Johns & Frank Aim for 'Surprising and New' in Latest "Batman: Earth One" Volume
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"Hawkeye & Mockingbird" is fun, but there's that niggling feeling that it could be better.
I had to keep double-checking that the title of this comic is still "Secret Warriors" and not "S.H.I.E.L.D."
For those of us who didn't read the "Baltimore" novel, this mini-series starts off a bit slowly and predictably.
"X-Men Legacy" heads off to India but there's more to this story than a love for the country's delicious cuisine.
A Grant Morrison script undone by the art? Well, that's never happened before.
"Justice League: Generation Lost" gets a motivation more than "he's a bad guy."
There's a good idea in this issue of "Detective Comics," but it's not quite coming together.
Bedard brings back the Cyborg Superman and thankfully keeps his most interesting motivation on board.
This month's issue of "The Flash" feels both classic and modern at the same time, which is a nice twist.
The end of the first "Zatanna" storyline is a bit predictable, but the art is still gorgeous.
Sterling Gates moves "Supergirl" past the last year's worth of tie-ins and crossovers and goes back to making this title fun.
"Brightest Day" is still all over the map, creatively and fictionally.
"DC Universe Legacies" is bringing out the big artistic guns in this retelling of the world's history, but it's also a little dull.
Remember when the second features were announced and we were promised variable page lengths for them? It finally happened.
I wanted this first issue to convince me "Time Masters" was necessary, but when the dust settles... not so much.
Is this really, as the title states, Scott Pilgrim's finest hour? I'd say so.
It's a little erratic, but the conclusion can still pull "Birds of Prey" together.
Oh, "Adventure Comics," what went wrong?
If this is the last of the Marvel cosmic books for a while, it's going out with a fairly large bang.
Grant Morrison and Tony Daniel return to the final moments of "Batman R.I.P." and provide the bridge to "Final Crisis" that readers had wanted.