Martin Freeman Joins "Captain America: Civil War" Cast
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“I only have three words for this review,” I lamented to my wife as we caught up on the day’s events. “It was awesome.”
If you’re a fan of Star Wars, you only need to know four words to put this on your pull sheet this week: Boba Fett. Head butt.
I’ve reviewed a few of the previous issues of “The Stuff of Legend,” and intend to continue to do so until you lot listen up, buy the book, and enjoy the living heck out of it.
Snake Eyes makes an appearance in this issue of “G.I. Joe Origins.” He’s vewy quiet in this issue, but there are no wabbits to be found.
Mercy Thompson makes her full-fledged debut at Dynamite Entertainment with an adaptation of Patricia Briggs’ first Mercy Thompson novel.
Good-bye! Bizarro am not here.
There’s a Batman on the cover and one inside this issue, but the mystery of Max Lord still remains unsolved.
The massive crossover with the JSA is in the rear view mirror. Must be time for some quality female bonding.
I’m about as sick of Deadpool as the next person, but any chance I get to read some more Jeff Parker-written Gorilla-Man, I’m going to take it.
“Go red right now. I’ll go green and do it again.” No, that’s not a pep talk for a college football team. It’s Bruce Banner talking to his father-in-law.
This issue continues the Zatara family reunion that started in issue #4. It also includes the requisite fight with a demon.
Magog’s story wraps up here, at least until it starts up in “Justice League: Generation Lost.”
Marvel has been putting out more Thor that you can shake an enchanted Uru cane at. Alas, this is another good Thor story.
Black Manta stops by to liven things up a bit. In Manta’s own words, “Unexpected. But interesting.”
“Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors” is about Green Lanterns who are warriors. Duh.
Nick Spencer’s runaway hit about a prep academy includes a pop quiz for the reader and the students.
Supergirl stops by to visit with Batgirl and the dynamic duo take in a movie, fight some Draculas (yes, it is supposed to be plural) and have a pillow fight. Pretty standard fare for this series.
Booster continues to try to find proof that Maxwell Lord III is a creep, but that means Booster is going to have to go back to the past. Again.
Undead armies, dinosaurs, and submarines. They just don’t make comics like this anymore.
Butt maps and nut jobs. Yup, we’re talking about the Doom Patrol.