Been busy, behind on my reading, behind on my posting. Had to work yesterday and didn't have enough time to get to Forbidden Planet lunchtime for FCBD. It's okay, though. It's not as if I don't have scores of comics and graphic novels here to read.
Spent some time this week setting up my new laptop and fiddling around with Vista. So far, so good.
So, here's what I've read so far since the last time I posted reviews.
JSA Classified 27
The Wildcat story reached a satisfying conclusion and it's always fun to see Ted and Selina together even for a bit.
Teen Titans Year One 4
Still fun. Poor Aqualad comes across as a total dweeb, but Wally doesn't exactly shine, either. The really come across as real kids.
Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters 8
A satisfying conclusion to this mini-series that's left me longing for another go-round. The book has a political edge that, despite the superheroes and the larger than life enemies, has a scary touch of realism.
The past and future Shadowpacts save this story from being a shadow (heh) of earlier stories, but a lot of the fun of this title has gone.
Another story ender. Rucka goes out on a high note. This has been a great run.
DC Universe 0
Not for newcomers, but a nice overview of the DCU and a solid bridge from Countdown to Final Crisis and Final Crisis. The unnamed narrator surprise was all over the media, including the NY Daily News, which fortunately, I didn't read til after I read the issue. And it isn't conclusive as to who the narrator is, though things DiDio has said sure indicate it's.... is there anyone out there who doesn't know? ;)