Ended up being a little bigger than I expected.
That, of course, is what she said.
- The Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror #3 (Despite the title of this Rocketeer arc, Langridge and J Bone’s mini run has been nothing but fun!)
- Sledgehammer 44 #2 (If it weren’t a two-and-done, probably would’ve passed.)
- Secret Service #6 (Oh, yeah! That’s what happened!)
- Harbinger #11 (Consistently energetic and engaging.)
- Archer & Armstrong #9 (Consistently smart and fun.)
- Batman #19 (Increasingly arrogant and, unfortunately, forgettable.)
- Mister X One-Shot (A Derekommendation from two weeks ago or so. Looks very cool.)
- Uncanny X-Men #4 (Has been spotty–same as All-New–but color me recruited.)
- Batman and Red Robin #19 (Read it. Another example of my being a whore for newsworthy books. Now, if Carrie Kelley weren’t in it, I wouldn’t have bought it and I would’ve missed Frankenstein in a turn that left me in stitches–and him out of them! Thank goodness for Frank Miller!)
- Saga #12 (Read it, duh. Come on, now, folks: if you’re stuck on the near-inconsequential in-your-face screen shots, you don’t deserve to read this book–this exercise in love and layers.)
- Snow Angel One-Shot (Another Dark Horse one-shot recommended by Derek. Was lucky my mistress had one left.)
- Hawkeye #1 (I’m finally giving it a shot–after five printings! Recommended by my mistress–my shop guy on the sly–so I can decide whether or not to grab the trade. From what I’ve heard and read, I’m late to a helluva party.)
- X #0 (Been happy with Swierczynski over on Bloodshot. Figured it’s worth a shot. Boy, that’s a lot of Dark Horse books.)
- Sex #2 (First go-round wasn’t all that satisfying. Rarely, however, will I give up after one issue. We’ll see what this one does for me.)
She also said something else, but I wasn’t paying attention.
Too busy turning pages,