[B]E is for Extinction #1:[/B] Sad old X-Men go up against Magneto’s team of young bucks. Tastes like Morrison-lite.
[B]Infinity Gauntlet #2:[/B] NOVA DOG! NOVA DOG! ALL HAIL NOVA DOG! And some weird time-jump stuff towards the end. Think this needs another issue before it all comes together.
[B]MODOK Assassin #2:[/B] It’s a MODOK book. Join this tiny killing machine with broken emotions. Is MODOK a thing you want in your life?
[/B] The team behind this book knows its audience. They’re all out about it, too. They really should pay off the baiting though. Perhaps with Midnighter?
[/B] Did… Professor Zoom just mount the Flash? Not a great issue, but I dislike Booth’s art, so I’m biased. The new costume design and the general look of the book doesn’t work for me, so the all I’m left with is the uninspired writing.
[B]Green Lantern Lost Army #1:[/B] This is a GL Corps book in all but name. All setup, giving us the cast, but little else. [SPOILER]Guy Gardner’s back, but sadly, the pornstache is gone. BOOOOOOOO![/SPOILER] [URL=“http://i.imgur.com/0aHMuhS.jpg”]Link[/URL]
[B]Superman #41:[/B] Did not feel this one as much as Action Comics 41. The reason behind Superman’s outing becomes clear. I do really like the Solar Flare power being used to add a bit of vulnerability to Superman.
[B]Justice League 3001 #1:[/B] Giffen is quietly writing a JLI book. Super weird, you have to love those characters. [SPOILER]Ice is a ancient goddess, Fire is a demon, Guy is a lady, Superman is a dick, Lois Lane is megalomanic, Booster and Blue Beetle are running free, and the original Supergirl is coming![/SPOILER]
[B]We Are Robin #1:[/B] The polar opposite of Batman, Inc. Robin as a movement for poor youth. Strong start for the lead. Honestly, I’m wondering what happens when Batman, Inc meets We Are Robin. The central thrust seems to be “who is supplying these kids?”