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Batgirl, meet Proxy. Proxy, meet Batgirl. Thus ends the first year of this "Batgirl" series. This issue offers a bit of fun getting to that point.
Brainiac times three. That’s not going to be a good thing for innocent bystanders.
Will Magik be saved? Do you really think it could happen any other way so soon after the character was brought back? Me either.
“Oh, boy. . . “The cover says it all, except it doesn’t. A cool Kevin Maguire cover is a good draw for readers to pick up the book and flip through. Hopefully they stick around long enough for the fun story inside.
"Doctor Solar" finds a new home with Dark Horse. There's good and bad to be found here.
Scott Kolins goes solo and tackles “Magog.” Is that because no one else wanted to?
Gorilla-Man, Gorilla-Man, does whatever a gorilla can. Shoots a gun with his feet, hey this book is really neat! Look out! Here comes Gorilla-Man!
"The Stuff of Legend" returns. If you missed the first one, jump in, the story is fine. The art's downright amazing too.
“Jonah Hex” continues on his merry way through the Old West. In this issue, however, he gets a visit from some old friends and makes some new ones. Hex doesn’t always play well with others, though.
Never big enough to hold his own title for very long, the Atom returns in this special that kicks off his pending back-up adventures.
The continuing adventures of the Winter Guard fill this issue, as they confront former members and the return of a massive, classic Marvel Universe foe.
“Grim Hunt” continues, with the Kraven pride celebrating their kill.
Hawkeye and Mockingbird continue to figure out who they are and what they need to be together.
DC’s solicitation for this issue promises, “Deadman discovers the truth behind the formation of the White Lantern and what it means to the twelve returnees and the rest of the DC Universe.” Not so much.
“Madame Xanadu” celebrates two years of publishing with a new story starting this issue. Enter freely and unafraid.
Batman Beyond moves beyond the television screen with a comic that's a fun continuation, while maintaining a flavor of its own.
The continuing adventures of Barry Allen rush on under the "Brightest Day" banner with some surprising revelations.
Ron Marz puts on his running shoes and asks us all to join him on a jog with Carin Taylor.
Sometimes it's fun to revisit a franchise that's almost twenty years old. Sometimes it's just a poorly executed idea that falls flat and rings hollow. Yeah, this is the latter.
Sometimes it's fun to revisit a franchise that's over twenty years old. Sometimes it's just a poorly executed idea that falls flat and rings hollow. Yeah, this is one of those fun times.