Axel-In-Charge: Extending "Secret Wars," Excitement for a "Totally Awesome Hulk"
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This is exactly what you should expect from "Green Lantern Corps."
As Sterling Gates starts wrapping up his "Supergirl" run, it's one of his strongest issues to date. Hello, Bizarro-Supergirl, hello.
This is the part of the story where we wonder why, exactly, it needed to be six issues long.
"Booster Gold" is all over the map, figuratively and literally.
Carey and Gross prove that yes, books about books can be creepy.
"Thor" is gorgeous and intriguing, but also moving at a snail's pace.
It's a lot of set-up, but at least it's entertaining set-up.
"Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" is really just a "Green Lantern Corps" with another title, but missing half of its cast.
For those who have never read a "John Carter of Mars" story before, some of "Warlord of Mars" will be rather surprising.
"Sweet Tooth" continues to develop quite a strong bite.
Fred Van Lente strikes again with a fantastic re-invention of an old villain.
This "iZombie" side story is slightly predictable, but still enjoyable.
As "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight" lurches towards its conclusion, it feels a little uneven.
"Incorruptible" has a streak of gold at its core.
A guest artist plus a spotlight on the least interesting member of "Avengers Academy" results in a good, not great issue.
A rushed opening and so-so art is not a good beginning to the end run on "Secret Warriors."
Another X-Men event, another X-Men anthology comic, but this one isn't as strong as those which preceded it.
"Avengers Prime" runs the risk of being a little too chatty in places, but Alan Davis' pencils are so gorgeous it doesn't matter.
Didn't read "The Terminator: 2029" either? Don't worry, this sequel mini-series is still accessible and easy to follow.
There's a lot of potential in a new Namor comic, but so far this seems to be missing the mark.