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It's nice to see a "Brightest Day" banner on a book that is about the methodical murder of a super-hero.
In which everything happens exactly as you expected.
"Pantheon" shows an improvement in issue #2, but it's still not quite there.
"The Flash" is fun so far, but so far it's also surprisingly predictable
"Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" kicks off with a strong stone age issue, and promises to just keep getting better.
"Frenemy of the State" has a great concept and title, but it's a decidedly middle of the road debut.
"X-Men: Hellbound" #1 is almost all set-up for the rest of this mini-series, which means a slightly boring start but some potential later.
"Secret Six" is telling its most disturbing story to date, and that's saying a lot.
Remove the gimmick from "House of Mystery" #25, and you unfortunately end up with an unmemorable issue.
Everything comes screeching to a halt in the latest "Second Coming" chapter, and it's a moment that might have gone over a bit later.
"Batman and Robin" turns the intensity up even higher, if such a thing is possible.
"Hellboy in Mexico" is a little light on story, but it makes up for it in some of the smaller details.
The story is starting to improve in "Ghost Projekt," but the big draw still remains the gorgeous art from Steve Rolston.
If you've never read "The Last Unicorn" (nor seen the movie), this seems like a good way to start.
"The Sixth Gun" is the perfect hook to bring Free Comic Book Day readers back for more.
As a preview/advertisement for an upcoming "Fractured Fables" graphic novel, I'm not convinced I'd want to see more.
Archaia's Free Comic Book Day flip book is enough to entice you to check out both series it promotes.
"Two Americas" comes to a surprisingly predictable conclusion, and that's not like Ed Brubaker.
It's the last issue of the mini-series, except it leads into May's mini-series, so it's not really the end at all.
One of the best things about "Secret Warriors" is that every issue seems to have a great payoff for the reader.