Great issue, well, maybe that’s just me, I have a soft spot for zombies. Anyway, in this issue you really got to see the growth and relationship between father and son. I mean that was just the sweetest and most tender moment, him taking his son to see an eclipse in space. Damien is a lucky kid. I really like the development here, I mean I just love P. J. Tomasi’s writing in general. The plots and characterization he sets up is amazing. He nails these two characters to a “T”. I think my only complaint is the artwork within this issue, it wasn’t up to it’s normal awesomeness. I mean that’s my only complaint. Over all I loved it.
WRITER: P. J. TOMASI
ARTIST: P. GLEASON & M. GRAY
When You’re A Stranger
Wow, just wow. That was Raven, and her beginning. I was beginning to wonder when we would get to see her, when she would get introduced into the story. That was just an amazing story. Um, iI had a little problems following the timeline of the story. I felt as though it jumped a bit,rushing over the unimportant parts of the kid and how he died. Continuity wise, it could have used a little solidarity, but over all I loved it. I mean it was a great comic and I love this new twist on the Phantom Stranger. Over all though, super excited to see how this plays out.
WRITER: D. DIDIO
ARTIST: B. ANDERSON & S. HANNA
Arkham City Sirens
It’s great to see these girls together again. Best team up in the world. Okay, now that Harley Quinn outfit, why can’t that just be her new outfit instead of the slutty thing she’s got going on now? I mean that’s just opinion. Now onto the comic, I haven’t been keeping up with this one because there was just so much more to read for me, but I had to pick up this issue, these three girls are awesome. And once again, Poison Ivy needs to learn you don’t even try to take away Mr. J from Harley, that’s just asking for trouble. Tsk, tsk. Not a fan of how Poison Ivy is drawn up and the way she lets every little thing get to her just kind of bothers me and makes me dislike her. She needs to chill and relax. Characterization was good, over all enjoyed it a lot. Maybe I’ll keep up with this comic more often now.
WRITER: D. FRIDOLFS
ARTIST: M. S. MILLER
Good comic, a little boring though. This comic, however good, just doesn’t have the same spunk that Teen Titans has. I mean, it’s a decent enough read, and seeing Caitlin and Superboy fight one another again was great, but I’m just not connecting with her character. There needs to be more characterization on her part. She’s too, naïve and self-righteous, I mean, all the others have pain that explains their attitudes and how they function, creating sympathy and empathy from the reader, but Caitlin, she watched, stood by and let things happen and expects these kids to just be more than what they were created to be, it’s not fair of her to belike that. Oh, and the ending was cheesy. Sorry, but it was, for me anyway.
WRITER: H. MACKIE
ARTISTS: I. CHURCHILL & N. RAPMUND
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