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Comics: Mini Rambles – February 12, 2014

Sorry these mini rambles are so late this week, I was at a convention with limited internet access. That post will be up later this week.

Batman28

Batman #28

1) Even though it’s an interruption in Zero Year, this was an intriguing look into the future.
2) Love having no idea what’s happening, and getting just enough information to stay interested.
3) Waiting for Batman Eternal to catch up to this story is going to feel like it’s taking eternity. Pun intended.

Liked a lot. Continue reading

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Comics: Mini Rambles – January 15, 2014

Constantine10

Constantine #10

1) A strange but interesting issue without a lot of action.
2) God (or the voice of god) is a dog.
3) Inconsistent art was a bit distracting.

Liked. Continue reading


Comics: Mini Rambles – December 11, 2013

AvengersAI7

Avengers A.I. #7

1) Doombot vs Daredevil is all sorts of brilliant.
2) Didn’t love art, everyone looked slightly bigger than usual.
3) As good as this issue was, it was still an event tie-in that interrupted the ongoing plot.

Liked. Continue reading


Comics: Mini Rambles – November 13, 2013

Batman25

Batman #25

1) Wish we’d gotten to “see” the blackout, rather than just being told there was one.
2) Really liked the conversation between Bruce Wayne and Jim Gordon. Looking forward to seeing what develops from there.
3) Maybe I’m missing something, but what was the relevance of the words on the helmet at the end?

LOVED. But why on earth was it $4.99? Continue reading


Comics: Mini Rambles – October 16, 2013

AnimalMan24

Animal Man #24

1) Creepy, haunting, gorgeous art.
2) It sounds odd to say, but the lettering was amazing.
3) Animal Man is powerless and will eventually have to face Brother Blood.

Loved. Continue reading


Comics: Mini Rambles – August 14, 2013

Batman23

Batman #23

Classic but modern. The Red Hood Gang. The Riddler. A Bruce Wayne who’s not quite Batman yet. And a backup story that’s just as good as the main one. Continue reading