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Two of the biggest weeks in a while collided–as a result of Super Storm Sandy–and blew up into a Super Bag, which I call Candy, ’cause this haul is pretty sweet.

I’m going to keep it simple so I can get to reading.  I pray you’ll understand.

A Little Heavy Reading

  • Colder #1 (This book looks hot!  No, really: it starts off with a fire, for goodness sake.)
  • Winter Soldier #12
  • Ultimate Spider-Man #16.1 (What’s the point, Mr. Bendis?  I mean, really.)
  • Swamp Thing #14 (Flipped through.  Some far-out layouts.)
  • Swamp Thing Annual #1 (Bogged down by Swampy, but in a good way–I think.)
  • Animal Man #14
  • Dial H #6 (Very different look on the book thanks to Dave Lapham.  I wonder if I’ll be so free with my thanks after reading it.)
  • Deadpool #1 (Shh.  Don’t tell DerekNerd.)
  • Batwoman #13 (A reorder.  A beautiful reorder.)
  • Fatale #9
  • Bedlam #1 (Not high on Nick Spencer, but figured why not?  I’ve come to learn from some why they did not, from others why they shouldn’t’ve.  I’ve also read a Tweet or two celebrating it.  We’ll see.)
  • Happy #2 (There’s potential here: potential for really good or for really awful.  I’m not sure Grant Morrison’s allowed this book any middle ground.)
  • The Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom #3 (I don’t care what you’re holding.  This pair–Waid and Samnee–beats it.)
  • Wolverine and the X-Men #19 (The mutant of all the mutant books: it’s actually good.)
  • Action Comics #14 (Hoping for another perfect moment.  Not expecting.  Just hoping.)
  • Shadowman #1 (Are you down with the Zirch?  I am.)

Valiant Entertainment’s Shadowman #1

  • Daredevil: End of Days #2 (We’re still at the beginning of the End, so I guess it’s OK that I’m not too sure what’s going on.)
  • Justice League Dark Annual #1 (Oooh, Frankenstein!  Back in Jeff Lemire’s hands!  Now I really want to see how this war plays itself out!)
  • Action Comics Annual #1 (Oooh, Sholly Fisch.  Not Grant Morrison.  Yeah, looks like I used up all my exclamation points on the last entry.)

What did you get in your bag?

You know what?  You probably didn’t get anything in your bag.  Why?  Because I got it all.  By God, I got it all.

Turning pages–lots and lots of pages,

Scott

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