Reborn #6 - Wow! @Mark_Millar and @GregCapullo really know how to wrap up a story. I love how this issue reconnects the whole story to these ruminations on life, death and what happens afterward while only amping up the Masters of the Universe style sword and sorcery meet tech goodness. The only bittersweet part of it is this is the last issue of this volume which like all Millarworld books just leaves me wanting more. It’s good to know there are plans for more volumes. I could see this being a serious franchise with far reaching opportunities.
Superman #24 - @RobertB beat me to the punch again with the perfect summation of my love for this book. This really is the strongest ongoing Superman book I’ve ever read. I’m so pleased with the way it seems to effortlessly bring back old and mix in new concepts while really making the family dynamic work for this book. There’s never an issue that I don’t look forward to reading.
Youngblood #2 - I’m always a bit reticent to give a new Youngblood series a try especially when it isn’t @RobLiefeld drawing it. However, this series has so far allayed those fears. I said it before but it really brings the concept into the 21st century. If the original Youngblood was superheroes as celebrities, this is superheroes as an app. On the surface, it’s a great action story but there seem to be all these little examinations of benefits and consequences of the thoughts and actions of previous and current generations. I’m looking forward to more of this book.
Edit: Has anyone read the new issue of Justice League? Worthwhile or not?