Omac Project #3: Things get stepped up a bit here... and yeah, I'm sure you've heard as much as I have that one should read the "Sacrifice" storyline to get the full story of this miniseries, but I'm not buying Wonder Woman these days, so I'll just have to hope that #4 will fill in what happened there... if not, it's just lazy writing, right?
Marvel Adventures Flip Magazine #2: This is the budget version of MA Spider-Man and MA Fantastic Four, and at $3.99, it's a great bargain, and good reading, to boot!
Adventures of Superman #642: Well, this is part 3 of "Sacrifice," and apparently I missed the first two parts, where Superman beats the crap out of Batman, thinking he was fighting Ruin or someone... I'll be glad when things get back to "normal" on this title... because I think this whole storyline could've easily been done in just one or two issues.
Hawkman #42: This title keeps me guessing... I have no idea what's going to happen next, and I can hardly wait to find out!
Defenders #1: Giffen. DeMatteis. Maguire. If you like what they've done with JLA in the past, you'll love this. Not recommended for people who take their comics characters way too seriously.
Manhattan Guardian #3: Well... this is probably the weakest issue of this miniseries, but that's all relative... as the weakest issue of any Morrison book is usually better than a strong issue of most other writers' books. Next issue promises to answer a lot of questions!
All-Star Batman and Robin, The Boy Wonder #1: Frankly, this comic was a disappointment. I was hoping for some good old-fashioned, old-school comics reading, some done in one stories, and so forth... and it's redoing Robin's origin, changing it along the way, and padding it out bigtime!
New Warriors #2: I dig this book... it's fun! The New Warriors deal with a zoo that's been taken over by the Red Ghost's Super Apes!
Rann-Thanagar War #3: A rather quiet issue as new alliances are forged... I had much higher hopes for this miniseries, but I feel like I'm being let down, to be honest.
New Thunderblts #10: Questions are answered, new ones are raised... and all of a sudden, at the end, we're into House of M... and things were looking up...
JLA #116: Batman vs. the JLA vs. the Secret Society of Super-Villains... this storyline is better than I was expecting, although I'm not as thrilled with it as some other reviewers have been.
Teen Titans #26: It's a focus on Superboy issue, as he deals with the ramifications of the Titans/Outsiders crossover... and learns something about himself he never knew. A good issue.
Incredible Hulk #84: It's Peter David writing the Hulk... even with it being a House of M story, it's still great.
Day of Vengeance #4: One of the best of the "countdown" miniseries issues yet, IMHO, as things are going the good guys' way, but things suddenly flip on 'em...
Marvel Knights 4 #20: Not a lot of action in this issue, but definitely a lot to think about... a good issue, and it'll be interesting to see if there are any ramifications of this in the future.
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