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The second issue of "The Spirit" shows some improvements in the writing, but the art isn't quite as jaw-dropping this time.
A mixture of super-villains and corporate takeovers works far better than you may think.
The start of a two-parter focusing on C-list villain the Carpenter is pleasantly fun, even with a surprise pair of scripters.
"Brightest Day" is still a big jumble of storylines, one that's yet to gain cohesiveness.
"Zatanna" kicks off with a great first act to a magical show.
Hisae Iwaoka's story of window washers in space is one of the best comics you'll read all year.
"X-Factor Forever" loses some steam at the halfway point, but it still makes me miss Louise Simonson's "X-Factor."
A flashback to Snow White and Rose Red's childhood is nice, if slightly sedate.
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.