Fantastic Four #12
Without question, the highlight of this issue was the dialogue between the characters. Even Valeria’s not-acting-like-a-child-in-the-slightest didn’t bother me. I didn’t love the art, but any problems I had with it weren’t enough to impact my enjoyment of the story.
Federal Bureau of Physics #3
While this wasn’t my favourite issue, it really doesn’t get cooler than seeing a world where physics doesn’t behave the way we think it should. From bullets to cars to gravity itself, nothing in the Bubbleverse we were introduced to last month is what it seems. And that keeps even a minor slump in storytelling exciting.
Indestructible Hulk #13
It sounds absurd, but in this issue, the Hulk meets King Arthur. Yep, you read that right. And despite the bizarre premise, it works. There’s a bit of a jarring change between the book’s two artists, but since I like both of them, the actual change is my only issue. And it doesn’t have any effect whatsoever on how much I’m loving it.
Mighty Avengers #1
A street level story spinning out from a cosmic level event. But if that’s what it takes to bring the team together, it’s okay. I just hope we see more personal interaction and less science fiction.