Armored Up & Out
Ultimately, Cassie should end up with Tim. I know! I’m such a wishy-washy some times (don’t judge – I’m a chick). now that being said this is a geisha you. I really like the character development and I love kid flash. he simply an adorable character. it’s a great teen you have Kid Flash, Bunker & solstice who all balance each other out and then you have Red Robin, Superboy and Wonder Girl who equally balance each other out. Those three, the latter, are the Teen Trinity. This is a little humor.
In any case, this issue we got to learn more about one girl little bit more about her super powers simply amazing comics I love your work love character development. This is my favorite of the new 52.
STORY: S. LOBDELL
PENCILLER: B. BOOTH
INKER: N. RAPMUND
War for the Books of Magic
Hey did comic I absolutely love it. Okay so are dead man and Zatanna going to date now? I mean I love to him and dove but they nipped that in the bud a little too quickly (which still saddest me). But I see a lot of chemistry a lot of writing it’s going into creating the chemistry between Zatanna and Deadman. Honestly I’d be happy either way the just remain friends are they decide to take a friendship to another level. as long as character development doesn’t become stagnant is on the story continues to grow and expand more I would be completely happy. I mean out of the whole team those to have the most chemistry which would most chemistry with one another. but then again Constantine never ceases to charming entertain me. I just asked for one thing: no love triangle please.
Overall a good issue but I really not feeling it with black orchid not one bit. I mean she’s okay character but she doesn’t really fit in with the team. I find the writing that goes into her creation dull and listless, not to mention, she’s got a bit of an attitude problem that I don’t find pleasing at all. black orchid is my only complaint of this comic, otherwise it’s a good read.
WRITER. J. LEMIRE
ARTIST: M. JANIN
I’m a parallel hunters and I really feel for the both of them. The world they is gone and nothing to them is as it should be. I mean for Huntress, here her parents aren’t even married, she doesn’t exist. I mean it’s got to be a hard to note that you don’t exist and the two people you loved are not even together. And as for Power Girl, it’s got to hurt to note that someone does exist, her other self, has replaced her not only as Superman’s cousin, but as Supergirl. But thankfully they have each other and I have a sister/sister bond which is awesome nothing makes me love is comic. Love it! But, the reason I like it is, is in part, because before the reboot, there was always a question of their origins, where did they come from. I mean these two had ever changing origin stories which was always a cause for confusion and annoyance, if you ask me. It’s nice that they have a solid beginning now.
I also love the new Power Girl design. Now she doesn’t look like some Neanderthal with enormous boobs. Also she doesn’t have the stand-offish attitude towards everyone who wants to be her friend…Thank God. I just love the way her character and personality have been written in this reboot, it just makes her way WAY more likeable. To me anyway. (I didn’t like Power Girl before the reboot)
Overall a great husband what a great story telling. I absolutely love this but he comments and humor that intermingle with the loss of their home world it’s just a brilliant comic.
WRITER: P. LEVITZ
ARTISTS: G. PÉREZ , S. KOBLISH & K. MATURE
Part 4 (of 5)
I love Darth Vader. I just bought a Darth Vader plushy and yes I go to sleep hugging him every night… that’s a bit off topic isn’t? Okay well anyway, this is a great comic. I that there is more here, history wise, that wasn’t there before. I love that! I think it’s utterly amazing that the Jedi Council had a place like the Ghost Prison, filled with people put there by Darth Vader…oops, I mean Anakin Skywalker. The introduction of these inmates and how different they are and why they were put there is a very cool development in the story. I absolutely love it! I love this comic.
As far as the art goes, I do like it but I think everything is a little too smudged around the edges. the edges need a little more definition. It looks like is those a photo has been despeckled a little too many times.
SCRIPT: H. BLACKMAN
ARTIST: A. ALESSIO
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