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Keepin’ it as unreal as I can:

  • The Rocketeer & The Spirit #1 (Read it!  Passed it over as I put together What’s Up? for the week.  Thanks to Derek, however, I didn’t leave the shop without it.  Lots of fun.  Signature Waid with great art from Paul Smith.)
The Rocketeer & The Spirit #1

The Rocketeer & The Spirit #1

  • Uncanny #2 (Read it!  Certainly good enough to keep me around for another issue.)
  • Thumbprint #2 (Read it!  Some strong moments.  A couple of typos.  Ends on the same note as #1, which is a bit disappointing considering the length of the series.  Conclusion here we come!)
  • The Massive #14 (Read it!  Solid.  Sure: loose lips sink ships  So, too, do secrets.)
The Massive #14

The Massive #14

  • Harbinger #14 (Read it!  More engaging than the final issue of the ultimately underwhelming Harbinger Wars mini.)
  • Mind MGMT #13 (Saving it to savor it.)
  • The Sixth Gun: Sons of the Gun #5 (A Bunn wrap!  Still kills me.)
  • Bloodshot #13 (Read it!  Great cover!  So-so story.  Kitson’s been a drag on the series.)
Bloodshot #13

Bloodshot #13

  • Batman/Superman #2 (Read it!  I liked it, particularly the end–and that final splash page.  Overall, complex but not confusing.)
Batman/Superman #2

Batman/Superman #2

  • Clone #9 (Read it!  Back in the plus column.)
  • Hawkeye Annual #1 (I’ll get to it eventually.)
  • Wild Blue Yonder #2 (Read it!  Liked it a lot–every aspect of it.  Yup: no sophomore slump here.)
Wild Blue Yonder #2

Wild Blue Yonder #2

  • Lazarus #2 (Read it!  One thing I like about Greg Rucka books: they read like Greg Rucka books.  Can’t wait to read more!)

Here’s a first: several strong second efforts in one bag!

What did you get in your bag this week?

Turning pages,

Scott

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