‘Latah’ blends the psychological trauma of ‘Platoon’ with elements of ‘Predator’ to create a good, albeit clichéd and predictable comic book story.
Selina Kyle and Bruce Wayne finally marry in Batman/Catwoman #12, but it’s far from happily ever after with Joker around, and death looming.
John Byrne has such an unerring knack for the absurdity of classic Star Trek that even when his storytelling is not up to his usual awesome, it’s still better than almost anything else out there.
DC Comics’ Detective Comics #1000 is a great issue. You get a lot of Batman stories and the pin ups are lovely to look at as well as the overall art.
Tap Dance Killer by Ted Sikora and Nikolaus Harrison is shaping up to be a fantastic series by a great writer with a brilliant art team.
Jawbreakers – Lost Souls by Ricahrd C. Meyer, Jon Malin, and Brett R. Smith is a visually stunning package. It’s like like a double shot of Johnnie Walker Black Label with ‘70s classic rock playing on the jukebox in the back.
Kieron Gillen has created many good things for comic book readers.
Captain Marvel #2 is mostly filler and setup for what will hopefully pay off a lot better in the next few issues.
Female Furies #1 is a case of DC bringing in a writer with a clever idea and letting her run rampant with no editorial oversight.
Lowlifes by Brian Buccellato and Alexis Sentenac is the story of several people in Los Angeles connected to a singular criminal, and it is a very good book.