Here we are again folks! Another week another whiff of comic paper and greasy pizza.I have no idea what that means but it's my opening this week.
The final Stand mini-series kicks off. Most of us already know the story, but Marvel's adaptation still has much to recommend it.
We go slow...then fast...then slow again...
This week there's more Fear Itself, Criminal and Punisher getting dark, Morning Glories raises more questions and a lot of goodbyes to DC books.
This week the Review Group gets its' teeth into Severed #1 from Image Comics and Scott Snyder.
The finale to Deathstoke's mini in the Flashpoint universe.
It's the first appearance of the new Ultimate Spider-Man! It's been controversial, but is the comic actually any good?
The last show before SummerSlam, and the last chance to see both Cena and Punk holding the belt at the same time. Will RAW be able to go strong into the PPV or will they stumble at the finish line?
With the curtain coming down on the current DCU, can Secret Six end in a manner that it deserves? The answers are just a click away.
Better late than never, it's time for Punchy's pellet reviews of all the comics he read this week (or last week)! This week there's new Punisher, MODOK killing Nazis, a Superman wink and a Chimp fighting a Zombie.
Second week the seven books were chosen by my youngest son Jared. Though I wished he would have picked Flashpoint #4 I am very happy he chose my number one spot. It was my favorite book of the week.
The Outhouse makes up for lost time by reviewing the two latest episodes of the AMC drama, as we look at how these characters try, or don't try, to escape from their lot in life.
Deep into the Dresden Files series, Reading Realms reviews Ghost Story by Jim Butcher
Barry Allen and Friends join the protest of the DC relaunch, by trying to bring things back to the way they used to be!
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