Even when I read comics right away, I seem to get lazy about reviewing them. Here are 4 from last week. I think they're from last week, at any rate.
This did not go where I expected it to go and that's all for the good. A very solid story featuring Jim Gordon and a reminder about the dangers of jumping to conclusions. I hope we see more of James and a true follow-up to this poignant tale.
Green Arrow 10
Ah, the mysterious forest! I'm getting so sick of the mysterious forest. I'll be so happy when this story is over. The only thing I like about this book right now is the art. I'm sticking with it to see where it goes post-Brightest Day, but it had better be heading in a better direction or I'm dropping it.
Aside from how odd it is having the art changed mid-story, I welcome Jamal Igle to pencil chores. And that cover by Hughes is gorgeous. The story finished nicely, too. And while puppets and marionettes don't quite reach the level of clowns for scary/freaky, they do come close.
Gotham City Sirens 21
Oh, Harley! How could you? You've come so close, only to let that freak get under your skin again! I read this book for Selina, but it's Harley who keeps it interesting.