Name: Desaad Darkseid
For Comics shipping on 05/22/13
- JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #20
- SUPERMAN #20
- AQUAMAN #20
- JUSTICE LEAGUE #20
- YOUNG AVENGERS #5
- X-MEN LEGACY #11
- AVENGERS #12
- THE GREEN TEAM #1
- GREEN LANTERN #20
- GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS #20
- THE FLASH #20
- BATMAN, INCORPORATED #11
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April 15, 2013 8:10 am To feed his healing factor. Thought that was quite obvious.
February 19, 2013 9:38 am My list: 1. Zauriel - I loved this character ! We need more! 2. Aztek - What a fun concept this was 3. Klarion The Witchboy - The Morrison version made some appearances under the pens of BQM and Beechen, and they were highlights 4. Manhattan Guardian - Lovely character 5. XOMBI - by John Rozum only, of course. In fact, I'd like John Rozum to write any of those.
January 22, 2013 1:10 pm Detective had a good tie in that was completely unessential. That it was so tangential, and different, is what made it good. The others that I've seen have been fairly forgettable. I'm the one person in the world who really enjoyed what Nocenti has been doing with Catwoman, tie in included.
January 17, 2013 1:21 pm I'm pretty sure that nothing is under the dome. That it's Batman's fears, the fears that result from caring about the people around him, that is under the dome. All the things he imagines that it could be, that it will be, all the things the Joker can take from him that would destroy him. And in that way, it's his weakness that the Joker serves to him on a silver platter.
December 6, 2012 4:12 pm Have to disagree. I had high hopes for this book - perhaps too high - and while this was a fine issue, it was far from what I expected, or what I wanted. "Good" is a fair description, for me. A set up issue that felt like a set up issue, that was riddled with cliche, action that felt phoned in, and cardboard characters. Interesting villains -- villains I want to know more about -- with little personality or definition. A plot that is essentially identical to Giant Sized X Men. Gorgeous art from Opena. Was this a good set up issue? Yup. But it's promising, and interesting, more than it is engaging or compelling. For me, Action Comics, Dial H, Animal Man, and Earth 2 were all better this week.
November 14, 2012 8:23 pm This book was just okay for me; a bit dull, to be perfectly frank, a bit laborious to get through. Gorgeous to look at, but certainly no more beautiful than the overall far superior Saga, my personal pick of the week. Glad people are enjoying this, though; I think it's got potential, but like Iron Man I think it really failed to deliver on a first issue.
November 3, 2012 12:33 am The thing about Daredevil is that it's consistently good but not consistently great. It's an unassailably well put together book, you know, but the ambition of something like Saga (or Journey Into Mystery, or Batman Inc, or Dial H, or Wonder Woman) - which is not only really well put together but ultimately is a story that works on at least 3 levels, and all of them brilliantly - is just a more impressive feat. I think even Snyder's Batman is saying more than Waid's Daredevil is, ultimately. Morrison's Batman Inc works on a huge number of levels to, but I think it's gotten too complicated and self referential at this point to get a large number of people to vote for it. Anyway, tl;dr is that while I think everyone who reads Daredevil would agree that it's a great book, I'm betting it's not that many peoples' FAVORITE book.
November 1, 2012 3:47 pm What I'll say about books like Daredevil, Hawkeye, Animal Man, Batman, etc is that while they're all spectacularly well executed -- in the case of Hawkeye, thus far, perfectly executed -- they're also distinctly less AMBITIOUS than some of my favorites out there.
November 1, 2012 3:40 pm Just one is tough. Ultimately, I go Batman Inc. It's gorgeous, it's brilliant, it's dense, it's innovative, it's complex both textually and subtextually, and it's absolutely brimming with character. It's also concerned with actively creating a world, building new characters, in a way that few (if any) mainstream comics bother with anymore. It was a tough call between Saga, Dial H, Wonder Woman and this, but there it is.
October 29, 2012 12:12 pm You jest, but I listened to this whole thing as a Fialkov fan! WANT MOAR!!!! Very excited for this.