Week 15 2012


Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #4 (of 5)

War Part 4 (of 5)

I love Zayne and I really like this new story line that the writer has presented here.  Really good I think.  Some parts of the writing have me confused, especially when it comes to motivation of a character, and I mean the other characters, not Zayne.  The plot line doesn’t seem like it has solidified, I think they focused more on Zayne than the actual plot line.  Still it’s good comic and I really like it.

WRTIER: J. J. MILLER

PENCILLER: A. MUTTI

INKER: G. BALDASSINI

COLORIST: M. ATIYEH

Batwoman #8

To Drown the World Part 3

Really good comic, I loved how it goes between characters within the comic.  I still think it moved to fast with the opening of Flamebird and then her being put in a hospital.  I loved the twist at the end though and I love the artwork surrounding Batwoman in her comic.  Overall though I really like this comic a lot, so glad Batwoman finally has her own comic.  Loving it and I can’t wait to read to the next issue.

WRITER: J.H. WILLIAMS III & W. H. BLACKMAN

PENCILLER: A. R. HADLEY

INKER: R. HUNTER

Superboy #8

The Culling Prelude: Training Day

Artwork needs to be changed.  It looks all mushed together and weird, I don’t really like it.  I mean the story line is good, character development and the way the story is moving is good as well, I still have some issues with the writers writing Superboy more like Superboy Prime, but over all it’s decent.  I am also quite curious as to this culling and the sudden change on Ravager.  Needless to say, I’m actually quite excited for it.

WRITER: S. LOBDELL & T. DEFALCO

PENCILLERS: R. SILVA & I. C. SORIA

INKER: R. LEANDRO DA SILVA & I. C. SORIA

Legion Lost #8

The Culling Prelude: Ravaged!

This comic is beginning to bore me.  I like few of the characters, but for the most part they are dragging and seem very static.  I feel as though the writers are afraid to explore other ways of portraying these characters, which is a disappointment.  I do like however how it is tying into Superboy with the Ravager, who is awesome by the way.  Her change from Superboy to here though seems rather sudden.  But I am excited to see what this team brings to The Culling story line.

WRITER: T. DEFALCO

COLORIST: P. WOODSX & B. ANDERSON

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