You know what they say: if you’ve read one comic, you want to read them all. I continue to effort myself in that direction.

  • The Strain: The Fall #1 (Dark Horse): More Dark Horse horror? David Lapham? I’ll give it a shot.
  • Dream Thief #3 (Dark Horse): #2 was a bit of a drop off from a pretty terrific opening issue; but I’m not going anywhere.
Dream Thief #3

Dream Thief #3

  • Animal Man #22 (DC): Seems to be back on track for the most part. Certainly willing to hold on till Albuquerque.
  • Batman ’66 (DC): An absolute no-brainer.
Batman '66 #1

Batman ’66 #1

  • Batwoman and Catwoman #22 (DC): I’m still taken by Tomasi’s take on a grieving Batman.
  • Batwoman #22 (DC): What’s keeping me around? It’s the intriguing nature of Batwoman’s mission: clearly, there’s no accomplishing it; but I’d like to see her try.
Batwoman #22

Batwoman #22

  • Wonder Woman #22 (DC): Know how I feel about Limbo? That’s how I feel about New Genesis.
  • Half Past Danger #3 (IDW): Similar to Dream Thief: #2 wasn’t as compelling as #1. Unless this one’s a total flop, I’m probably in till the end.
  • Revival #12 (Image): A solid monthly book with plenty of threads to follow–and a bunch of Harvey Award noms.
  • All-New X-Men #14 (Marvel): Still hoping to see this book break out.
  • FF #9 (Marvel): Friggin’ Fun.
  • Ultimate Spider-Man #25 (Marvel): Look: a milestone!
Ultimate Spider-Man #25

Ultimate Spider-Man #25

  • Archer & Armstrong #11 (Valiant): Yeah, I don’t know how I feel about it, you know, with the prospect of dinosaurs and all.
  • Harbinger Wars #4 (Valiant): The big finale!
  • Day Men #1 (BOOM!): More vampires! Yay! Oh, and Brian Stelfreeze. Yay-er!
  • Red Sonja #1 (Dynamite): Which to choose? Which to choose? How about both?
Red Sonja #1 (Frison)

Red Sonja #1 (Frison)

Red Sonja #1 (Staples)

Red Sonja #1 (Staples)

  • Number Cruncher #1 (Titan): Yeah, well, I hope I find this somewhere. Simon Spurrier is killing it on Six-Gun Gorilla. It only makes sense to check this out.
Numbercruncher #1

Number Cruncher #1

What are you looking forward to tomorrow?

Turning pages,

Scott

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