[B]Secret Wars #4:[/B] This is shaping up to be an amazing crossover. Things escalate as Cyclops talks some good trash to Sheriff Strange and the survivors come to terms with Doom’s new reality.
[SPOILER]Unfortunately, he gets jobbed hard to show how powerful Doom is now. Now the survivors are thrown to the ends of Battleworld. What will they find?[/SPOILER]
[SPOILER]Even as a God, Doom is all about Reed Richards. I’d say he loves him more than Susan.[/SPOILER] [URL=“http://i.imgur.com/N7OnjHs.jpg”]Link[/URL]
[B]Ultimate End #3:[/B] Both sides fight over ideology. [SPOILER]Banner meets Banner like Stark met Stark in the previous issue. Also Punisher?[/SPOILER] Honestly the book feels like its trying to make the case that the older Ultimate characters taint everything they touch.
[B]A-Force #2[/B]: Better than issue #1! We’ve set up the primaries, we have the major conflict and [URL=“http://i.imgur.com/fGG8t66.jpg”]Red and Green are opposed[/URL] like colors should be. I like the new character, but they should probably give her a name.
[B]Green Lantern #42:[/B] The best part is Hal’s banter with his spaceship, but that’s not enough to keep me reading Hal Jordan. Peace be with you, book.
[B]Omega Men #2:[/B] Still a bit too gritty, but it turned out better than I expected. [SPOILER]Definitely a Kyle Rayner book, sort of a GL Heart of Darkness.[/SPOILER]
[B]Action Comics #42:[/B] Superman vs. Police Brutality. There’s really no other way to put this issue. Pak is writing the fuck out of this book.