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"Which of us hasn't come back from the dead or had a girlfriend who was a quantum anomaly?" This issue -- the last for now -- deals with a little of both.
The penultimate issue of this series follows the adventures of Torch and Toro as they enter New Berlin in a race against time to attempt to put a stop to the Thinker and his machinations.
With the not-so-surprise return of a fan-favorite DC character, "Justice League of America" joins the "Brightest Day". This issue is the brightest yet of this run.
Despite the un-funny word play to try to derive a snappy title for this book, the book itself is almost enjoyable.
The first "Ultimate Avengers" story is done, but not without some worthwhile surprises.
More Zeus you say? What? You didn't ask for more Greek gods? How about as interpreted by Michael Chiklis? The end result needs a little more seasoning.
Dan Jurgens wraps up his thirty-one issue run on the greatest hero you've never known.
"Times are dark. Depression. War on the horizon. People want stories they can escape into," says Tony Stark of why does what he does. This is a good escape right here.
After the "Blackest Night," there must be a "Brightest Day," if for no other reason than to sell some comics.
"CROK!" That's the sound of the Black Rose being kicked in the nether regions by the Black Widow. How else should you start a series starring Natasha Romanov?
“Tomorrow Dies Today” continues with Wolverine and Deathlok locking horns, or claws and other cybernetic parts.
Power Pack's team-up series continue on, this time leading the Power kids to seek out the aid of Thor.
Adolf Hitler, Baron von Strucker, Nick Fury and the Howling Commandos –--and that’s just within the first ten pages!
You have to admire DC's savvy marketing this week by putting Green Lanterns and a bright green background on the cover of "Wonder Woman" #42.
The Terminator franchise returns to comics with a story set before it all began. This story focuses on Kyle Reese, the resistance fighter who comes back in time to find Sarah Connor.
"Dark Wolverine" continues to be embroiled in "Siege," but this issue doesn't do much more than that.
: "Blackest Night" draws to a close with "Brightest Day" looming on the horizon, but is it worthwhile? I say most definitely. And thank you.
Wolverine is about to take on Romulus (completely different meaning for those of us living the metro-Detroit area) and needs to lay some old ghosts to rest.
Roger Stern joins Team Webhead for a very special Juggernaut-centric Spider-Man story that starts with Peter Parker getting a Spider-sense induced migraine.
BAMF! It's an all-new re-telling of the origin of Nightcrawler. As a bonus, you also get a reprint of the first three pages of Nightcrawler's first appearance.