Not too much going on this week on the DC side.
JLA #6. The reveal of the Catwoman “death” was as weak as you’d expect and I’m still not even entirely sure what the point of this series is.
Animal Man #22: The “Buddy as unlikely celeb” deal has been interesting and this remains a pretty fun book.
Vibe #6: I thought they’d cancel it after 3 issues, so congrats on making is this far. I’m consistently entertained by it, even though I’m kind of amazed it even exists. This needs Steel popping up soon for all us JL Detroit nerds, though.
Brother Lono #2: 100 Bullets is of course one of my favorite series of all time, and this is more of it. Big boobed nuns and Lono killing drug dealers in Mexico? Take all my money.
I think Batman 66 is also out weekly, which is probably the title I’m most excited about recently.
All New X-Men #14
Superior Carnage #1: The Superior Foes debut was HILARIOUS, although this will likely be less on the light-hearted side. I’ll give it a go even so.
Deadpool #13: Deadpool goes back in Marvel history again, this time in Power Man & Iron Fist. This should be epic.
Iron Man #13. I’ve been digging the Iron Man origin stuff, although I’m ready for him to get back to the Earth again.
Savage Wolverine #7. Apparently they’re doing kind of an overhaul of the concept into a team-up book, which is too bad because there’s enough of those already and Wolverine is already in about 17 different teams at any given time to begin with. I thought the Frank Cho Savage Land run at the beginning of the series was a pretty cool take on the character, and the current arc (although really funny) feels like it’s from a different series. Oh well, much like the weather in Saskatchewan, if you don’t like one Wolverine series, just wait a day and you’ll have two more to choose from anyway.