Jericho Drumm reps his city! Parker Robbins makes big moves! Wade Wilson
makes pancakes! Could that be ... no, it's not a unicorn or a cheerleader who can
cook, it's an issue of "Planetary" joining a winner week.
The world's greatest detective is a mystery herself, Jack of Fables gets a snack, and a super-powered college grad has a blast. Meanwhile, things go better than expected with a good number of comics and some good times.
Five comics participate in a meritocracy to make it home with Jessica Drew's soul searching, John Raymond broadcasting, Richard Ryder taking control, Amadeus Cho figuring it out and best of all ... Dog Brother Number One!
Nothing but good times as Matt Murdock gets serious, Jimmy Woo and Michael Holt figure it out, Tony Stark breaks it down, there's no place like home for MODOK and Frau Totenkinder gets a makeover in a great week for comics.
Zack Overkill brings home the best performance of the bunch, but the week itself is a wash despite Tony Stark's email, barbarian bloodshed, wanderings from Wade Wilson and a little thing called "international heartbreak."
Four fascinating men -- Edward Nygma, Daken, Wade Wilson and Amadeus Cho -- show up in a major way while Green Lanterns look confused, Scott Summers revisits some old favorites and indy favorite "Rex Mundi" calls it quits.
Although Jack Frost, Bloodlust and Kal-L fail to accomplish a gosh darned thing, Martin Li and Matt Murdock manage to keep their cool while Scarlett and Toshiro Ono may just be too cool for their own good in a week that wins.
While Blackest Night and a gaggle of Ms. Marvels fail, the denizens of Fabletown bring the goods while Wade Wilson, Vril Dox and Ultimate Steve Rogers make being a jerk pay off in a week that wins by a margin that's razor thin.
That can be called a win, one limping in rather than striding proudly, as wonder takes residence along side horror and sadism, spies can be everywhere at once, the Ultimate Universe resembles a Laker game and more.
The week's a close call, but it squeaks by as a good thing, featuring the overwhelming glory of Fat Cobra, an Encyclopedia Mythologica and a star turn from Peter Parker, even during the time of the Blackest Night.
You'll look as perturbed as Mister Terrific here when you deal with this week's comics despite three jumps, the best comic on the stands coming out and an Alanis Morrisette reference that's worth its weight in gold.
Even if almost nobody shows up, you can win if you're among the last ones standing. This week "predigested Forrest Gump" and Vril Dox are smart enough to make their way home as "Wednesday Comics" befuddles, "War of Kings" rages on and more.
Ambition leads the day as people try some new things, from "Sex and the Marvel U" down to "Greek Street," with uncivil wars, spoiled romance, quests for revenge and plenty more in a winning week. This is The Buy Pile.
When you spend less than a Hamilton on new comics, it almost can't help to go well, especially with Skids and Mudflap-free Transformers goodness and the close of a lot of Bill Willingham brilliance, plus so much more.
Good times at the comic shop this week with the genius of Gillen and McKelvie, Jonathan Hickman's late pass, Static meeting Black Lightning, Pym vs. Richards, the final vendetta of Chuckles and much more in this week's reviews.
Things go well this week, with tons of guns and wonderful cleverness, from a dystopian Manhattan to an alternate earth, from the inside of a mad mind to the outer limits of storytelling and back to dusty Nevada.
Love and punching is the theme for today, as the opposing types of connections between people help titles like "War of Kings," "Astro City The Dark Age," "New Avengers: The Reunion" and "Secret Six" make this week great.
Norman Osborn's back in fine form this week, Tony Stark borrows a page from the Bruce Wayne playbook, Astro City is back, Deadpool's amok and more with "New Mutants," "Irredeemable," "Flash: Rebirth," and more.
You've gotta love it when everybody's looking at Karla Sofen's ... er, talents, while the records spin in a new "Phonogram" issue, Norman Osborn keeps having fun, in spite of long-awaited failures and what not.
Good things happen when bar fights break out in space, when Warren Ellis goes
too far, when Thor talks to himself, when Jack of Fables does what he does and
when the JLA talks it out. Plus "Buck Rogers," "Supergirl" and more.
Here's a good week of comics led by Jazz' inspirational speeches, Destro's business ethics, Norman Osborn's machinations and Deadpool's romantic stylings even while Black Adam and Barry Allen disappoint and Seaguy befuddles.