Chunks #3 - @mattgarvey1981 still has the goods. The cast is fun and the jokes are funny. I love how each issue is a self contained story in the lives of everyone’s favorite punk band, the Pineapple Chunks. If you like punk rock, gross out comedies, this is the book for you.
Justice League #25 - I’ve been skipping most of the recent issues on this book as Bryan Hitch was off of writing duties. I get the feeling that this issue is the segue from the last group of stories into the next. For my taste, it was a little over expository. I’ll still be curious to see what the next issue has in store.
Super Sons #6 - I thought I would read the first arc on this book and drop it soon after as it seemed so close to what was already happening in Superman. I’m surprised at how much of a different voice it is finding. Great stuff.
Superman #27 - I can only assume that this issue was meant to come out for the 4th of July but was slightly delayed. I can understand where the lessons about American history and respect for veterans might be a bit much for some but it really highlights some of the diversity in the American story that makes me so proud to be who I am. The whole issue really revolves around Clark and Lois being parents and is just so great.
Trinity #11 - This issue wraps up the current arc and was really just a covert Justice League story. For me, this book lives and dies on Francis Manapul’s involvement. I love how the end of the issue harkens back to the first arc. I hope (and doubt) this isn’t the last we’ve seen of Mongul and Poison Ivy’s “daughter”.
Wild Storm #6 - This book continues to be very Warren Ellis and I’m loving it for it. We learn a bit more about the state of this world and that all is not as it seems. We’re about 1/4 of the way through now and I’m still looking forward to more.