Yeah, I'm still catching up.
Wolverine 34 and 35
I'm lost. This is the only Marvel title I read. The only thing I've heard about the House of M is that I heard about it. I have no clue what's going on, so can't really comment about these issues. I'll have to see if this is a title I can continue reading. It would be a shame if not. I was really enjoying the book.
Supergirl 3, Superman 223 guest staring Supergirl
I think I Supergirl 5 comes between these, but I don't have that yet. Hopefully, soon. Re: SG 4, I'm a bit tired of Supergirl battles every hero group in sight, but her crush on Nightwing was cute and the art was nice. And things are setting up nicely for the heart of the story, the battle with Luther. Not much I can say about Supes 223, since I don't normally read the Superman books and this was out of context. Again, nice art, though.
Green Lantern 5
Finally. I was forgetting where things left off. Pretty strong gross out factor here, nice art, gritty action, room for plenty of story possibilities and developments, though except for the fight with the evolved Shark, this still has the feel of setup. I feel we're going somewhere with this book, but the road signs are still a bit blurred.
Green Arrow 56
Decent art, strong action, good setup for next issue's climax battle with Dr. Light. This is Light at his dastardliest. Mia fought valiantly, but made an amateur's mistake, leading Light straight to Connor. I've got high hopes for next ish. And such a lovely cover.
Birds of Prey 88
This continues to be one of my favorite books, along with Outsiders, Hawkman, and JSA. Strong writing in regards to both character and plot and strong art blend perfectly. Savant has developed into more than a one-note character and I'm actually wondering if he'll cave and reveal Oracle's ID to Calculator. I'm thinking yes, leading to a battle royal next issue, but I want to see him keep that secret. I like Savant and Creote. Gail Simone does what are primarily setup chapters better than anyone, except maybe Geoff Johns. I also like the little touches, like Babs sleeping in a Green Lantern tee-shirt. And the scenes between Dinah and Ollie were overdue and much welcomed. The cover didn't seem to fit, seems more suited perhaps to next issue.