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The Birds of Prey continue to fly through the “Brightest Day.”
The second year of “Doom Patrol” starts off with an issue dedicated to Rita Farr.
Presented with a paint-by-numbers cover, I couldn’t pass up this issue of “Sweet Tooth.” Oh yeah, it’s a standalone issue specifically designed to entice new readers. As if the paint-by-numbers cover didn’t give that away.
“A badass bear with a hammer” doesn’t quite measure up to a gun-toting gorilla, and this book doesn’t quite measure up to “Atlas.” It’s still a decent read.
“War of the Iron Men” ends in this issue, with the introduction of a new hero, and the clearing of Tony Stark’s good name.
“Blip-off-any-interference.” Sage advice delivered so very early in this issue. I just might follow that advice today.
“Doomwar” is over. Give peace a chance.
Hank Hall and Boston Brand sit down for cheeseburgers. Hilarity ensues. Or maybe not.
If the cover doesn’t sell you on this book, you got problems. It’s a freaking parachuting gorilla shooting guns!!! Marketing students everywhere, take note.
The first story arc of “American Vampire” comes to a chilling close, as not all loose ends get tucked or neatly trimmed off.
Upon finding a mysterious underground location, first things first, don’t try to break in, especially if that mysterious subterranean establishment is a Nazi base of some kind.
One of the greatest sound effects in comics gets some play in this issue. That’s right, “PUNT” makes a daring return to print. And yes, it does have something to do with Lex Luthor.
Robert Kirkman’s Top Cow “Pilot Season” experiment continues, this time with cool locations, hot ladies, alien monsters, and big action. At least Kirkman says that’s all in here. He’s mostly right.
Despite what you may believe (or even hope) “Outsiders” is still being published. No, it isn’t good.
The JLA, JSA, and All-Stars continue to stave off the Starheart’s attack while trying to bring the fight back to the Starheart.
Hector Hammond, Larfleeze, and Green Lantern meet up in North Branch, Minnesota and the sheriff asks Hal to retrieve a lawn flamingo.
Feeding off the (presumed) frenzy for all things Thor, this all-ages Thor title offers a satisfying tale of Mjolnir and owner.
As if flying the “Brightest Day” banner wasn’t enough of a highlight, the gorgeous (but cluttered) cover to this issue features Hal Jordan and exclaims, “Guest-starring Green Lantern.”
This issue has almost as many variant cover options as it does interior story pages. You can’t judge a book by its cover though. This one has awesome inside.
While the “Brightest Day” banner isn’t flying over the logo on this cover yet, the influence of “Brightest Day” is certainly making itself known in the pages of this issue.