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The Initiative closes up shop, making way for Christos Gage's "Avengers Academy" in a few weeks. That's another review for another time. This review is for one of the last chapters of "Siege."
Dammit, Jim, McCoy's a doctor, not an action hero.
Flying under the "Brightest Day" banner, the "Birds of Prey" return, bringing Hawk, Dove, and Gail Simone with them, all thanks to a White Lantern ring.
Maxwell Lord's back and he's brought his sense of entitlement and self-righteousness with him. Oh, and his nose is bleeding again. You know what that means.
The "Siege" of Asgard has ended. This issue deals with the aftermath of one of the deceased of that battle.
The Lizard sheds his human skin to take on Spider-Man once again.
This issue ends with Iron Man uttering the phrase, "So let's get to work." Hopefully they do next issue.
Kirkman and Silvestri continue to offer up "Pilot Season" books, with a character that believes "No one is above the law." Of course, that character seems to think he is.
Superman against 100,000 people with the same powers? Tough odds.
While the white rings resurrected twelve heroes and villains, this issue follows only a half dozen of the returned heroes.
As "Wonder Woman" nears its milestone six-hundredth issue, Gail Simone begins to wrap up her tale. The end result this month is a very enjoyable issue that features some splendid art by Nicola Scott.
This issue takes a journey into Underspace which is under there. Did you just say, "Under where?" Gotcha! Sorry. Underspace is below the Microverse.
What does a Free Comic Book Day comic have to do? What is its mission? Draw a potential reader into looking at it? Check. Entice the reader to select it? Check. Give the reader good stories? Check.
As far as free comics go, this one is not bad, but DC set the bar awfully high with last year's "Blackest Night" #0. This is no "Blackest Night."
The Siege of Asgard nears its end, as does the Thunderbolts as we currently know them.
Roy Harper struggles to adapt to the changes made to his life.
Tomasi and Gleason make their curtain call on "Green Lantern Corps," ushering in a "Brightest Day" on their way out.
In the aftermath of the Starro adventure, Despero is hailed as a hero while Vril Dox is hated and targeted for assassination. What's all that got to do with Starfire? Not much now, but soon. . .
The time for mourning has past. Athena now calls for action from her newest champion, Amadeus Cho.
The Atlas crew finishes their publicity tour as they build momentum towards a renewal of their series next month. In the meantime, we get a decent (but heady) team-up with the Avengers.