Well, to each his own. I chose my path, you chose the way of the comics. And they found you amusing for a while, the people of this city. But the one thing they love more than a hero is to see a hero fail, fall, die trying. In spite of everything you’ve done for them, eventually they will hate you. Why bother?
Josh says try…
By Justin Jordan & Dan Leister
There are two reactions to Justin Jordan’s work on The Strange Talent of Luthor Strode: “That was great” and “I didn’t read it.” Coming off that success, Jordan is taking a swing at writing an arc of Tim Seeley’s slasher comic series. This is the first part of his story, and why not give it a shot? It’s two great tastes that might well taste great together. And yet completely unlike Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
Ron says try…
By Steve Gerber and Kevin Nowlan
Stever Gerber was one of the greats, and now you can read his last comics story with wonderful art by Kevin Nowlan and a cover by Art Adams. And come on, it’s Man-Thing. Pretty sweet.
Conor says try…
By Geoff Johns & Gary Frank
DC’s toe-in-the-water approach to original graphic novels continues with the most anticipated release from the “Earth One” series. Fan favorites Geoff Johns and Gary Frank re-imagine the beginnings of The Dark Knight Detective. It’s like Batman: Year One viewed through an Elseworlds lens: Bruce is having a lot of trouble with the whole hero thing right out of the gate, Alfred’s a badass ex-soldier with a goatee, Harvey Bullock is the new cop in town from Los Angeles and Jim Gordon’s his been beaten-down-by-the-corrupt-system partner. This is a Batman that is at once familiar and very different… and tons of fun.