George Costanza feared it. I embrace it.
- Batman #19 (DC): Has been a pull-list stalwart since my ReStart. Would hate to make it a comicday decision, but looks like we’re headed in that direction–especially if #19 was any indication of what’s to come.
- Archer & Armstrong #9 (Valiant): Remains my palate cleanser.
- Harbinger #11 (Valiant): Always a book to look forward to–more so now that we’re in the midst of Harbinger Wars.
- Saga #12 (Image): There are no words to describe– OK. OK. There are plenty of words. Just read my latest Microviews if you don’t believe me. Not only as good as it gets; quite possibly as good as it’s ever gotten. UPDATE: Toss in a little controversy over the screening of some in-your-face oral storytelling and, come on, now you’ve got to grab it!
- The Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror #3 (IDW): There’s nothing limited about this limited series. It’s Hollywood magic. Terrific stuff.
- Sex #2 (Image): Felt kind of let down after the last time. I’ve lowered my expectations accordingly and cautiously say, “Yes.”
- Sledgehammer 44 (Dark Horse): I “open[ed] up my fruit cage” for the first one. “Fruit [wasn’t] as sweet as can be,” but I’ll leave it open, nevertheless. Kind of pointless to ditch a two-issue mini halfway through.
- Uncanny X-Men #4 (Marvel): This is evidence of my faith in Bendis. I know someone who thinks it’s the faith of a fool; and, believe me, I get it; but All-New is getting better; so you–yes, YOU–never know. Take my four bucks, Mr. Comic Shop Man! Let me willingly court regret!
I’ll Believe It When I See It
- Secret Service #6 (Marvel): I think I remember #5. I think I liked it. I know I don’t give a crap about this. Damn my curse.
Shrink! Shrink! Shrink!
Turning fewer pages,