I am so far behind on reviews. I read a lot of comics, but between getting hooked on yet more online games and New York Comic Con, I forgot to post reviews for the past few weeks. So, here they are, in no particular order.
Marvel Generations Ms. Marvel Ms. Marvel
This was better than Captain Mar-Vell Captain Marvel. Told from Kamala's pov, and written by her regular scribe, G. Willow Wilson, this was coherent and fairly interesting. The art was nice, too.
Jessica Jones 13
Jessica learns that the Purple Man is free, and she's understandably freaked out.
The Wild Storm 7
I'm really enjoying this re-imagined version of the WildStorm 'verse.
Kate gets back to her mission for Batman, but this is mostly a background/filler type issue. Decent.
Kate goes head-to-head with Madame Masque in a cloned body of Kate. About as fun as you'd think.
Dick might need to make a deal with a devil to take on the unhinged Raptor.
Deathstroke's attack on Lois seems to be a test, of Superman. Not sure if this is leading to someone down the road for this book, or for another one. Not much of a story, but nice character bits.
Black Magick 8
I would buy this just to admire Nicola Scott's art. Rucka's writing is a nice bonus.
The conclusion to the Bloodwork story. Entertaining.
I'm reading this for the Mr. Oz storyline. This is really intriguing.
It's Saga. I love it. What more needs to be said?
Green Arrow 31
I love this book. Probably my favorite DC title right now. Ollie learns the benefits of working with a team.
The robots are coming out on top. Is there any hope for humanity and/or the other non-AIs?
Super Sons 8
Another fun issue.
Not long reviews, but I'm not sure anyone is really reading this blog, anymore, except maybe one or two folks. I'm mostly keeping this going for myself. I'll try to get the current week's comics read and the reviews, so to speak, up before next Wednesday.