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Breaking up is hard to do.  I blame the flip.

Flip flarn flip.

Inspector Bag It

  • Helheim #3 (Not as immediately engaging as The Sixth Gun; not as immediately dismissible as Ultimate Wolverine.  Willing to leave this Bunn in the oven a while longer.)
  • Ultimate Spider-Man #23 (Read it.  Like it lots, especially the dance that is Bendis’s dialogue.  Lots of questions, though–but not about the final splash: I’ve always been a fan of those two!)
  • Batwoman #20 (Read it.  Not sure why I’m so taken by this title–and the preposterous mission that Batwoman’s been given going forward.  After twenty issues, however, it’s pretty clear: this is the second most consistently effective Bat book–after Morrison’s Batman Incorporated, of course.  Must be Williams III’s writing!)
Batwoman #20

Batwoman #20

  • Dream Thief #1 (Quick flip: seems like it’ll be an interesting enough experience.  Hope it reads that way.)
  • Fatale #14 (Feels like it’s been gone forever.  But it’s here now, and I’m damn excited about it.  I mean, what’s not to like: a Nazi-Lovecraft mash-up and Josephine to hold my hand as we make our way through the carnage.)
  • X-O Manowar #13 (Looks more polished than the last issue.)
X-O Manowar #13

X-O Manowar #13

  • Bloodshot #11 (Not particularly drawn to Kitson’s work here.)
  • FF #7 (Read it.  Had initially chosen to pass it up.  #6 was a disaster–one that reminded me of the frivolous nature of this title.  Seeing Allred’s name back on the cover of the book was enough to inspire me to pick it up; and that was all it took: the first two pages–with more than a fraction of hilarity–sold me on it.  Good thing, too: what a fun issue!)
FF #7

FF #7

  • Wonder Woman #20 (Read it.  To do so, had to buy it, right?  Yeah: even though I was trying to steel myself against it, I ended up with it anyway; and wouldn’t you know, it was pretty good–much better than the last few issues.  May have delightfully doomed myself to another month’s worth.)
Wonder Woman #20

Wonder Woman #20

What did you get this week?

Turning pages,

Scott

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