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I loved the YA under Heinberg, but I admit I had to warm up to Gillen. However, issue #5 totally…

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I’m a huge Lemire fan, so I might be a little bias: this was an awesome comic and an even…

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Like a lot of people, I started to read comics in issues (other than TPBs like before) with the New…

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August 29, 2013 2:12 pm I think it was a clever move by Manapul to put Reverse Flash's origin in the villains month issue and reveal his identity shortly before. I thin (or hope) that it is the perfect moment in the story to reveal his origin anyway and we won't even realize that the story was "interrupted". (not sure how I feel about the Grodd tie-in though ;) ) And great review!
August 29, 2013 1:51 pm this would be my list: TMNT Animal man Young Avengers Saga Nowhere Men (but FF and Flash would be close 6 and 7) honorable mention for best mini: trilium
August 29, 2013 1:49 pm dude, I like your list. I put a lot of them on my top 5 as well.
August 29, 2013 1:44 pm I was already wondering why no one included nowhere man. its true that the book hasn't come out in quite a while (does anyone know why?) but it's awesome. the whole design of the book itself is already a masterpiece ;)
August 29, 2013 1:40 pm agreed. it's definitely one of my favorites right now (especially the current ark). I also love the concept of the mini series as an addition to the main one.
August 27, 2013 4:39 am I would love to see the turtles back together, but I think it's too soon. guess he will stay with saki a little longer.
August 23, 2013 10:36 am Sounds actually great. I like Lamire and if at the end of Forever Evil the Justice League is accepted by the US and Waller there would be no more need for a JLA to counter them. I guess it makes sense.
August 20, 2013 1:59 pm Totally Agreed Mike! I came back into comics with the Ultimate Universe and what drew me in the most was the more realistic, darker and "grown-up" tone, especially of the Ultimates. But lately I feal more and more as if Superhero-comics take themselves too serious. Especially those slaughter-fests that for example Millar shows in Kick-Ass etc. I started to gravitate towards the books that are just fun and don't try to be deep and meaningful but just want to entertain (and in that I often find them a lot more meaningful than Batman or the Avengers), such as Young Avengers, Flash, FF or Fantastic Four. But there are also dark books I like, for example Animal Man is one of my favorites. I just think the tone should fit the story. Animal Man is a horror story and needs to be dark. Batman is Noir/Crime and works best when it is more gritty as well. Superman on the other hand should be fun and uplifting, I think.
August 19, 2013 5:07 pm Thanks to both of you. I'm actually not that into Hickaman stuff but I read Nova and saw that it will have 2 tie-in issues with Infinity. So I gave Infinity #1 a shot and really enjoyed it. I guess I'll try to read only the core books for now and in the worst case I pick up Avengers later.
August 19, 2013 3:02 pm Is this just a tie-in or necessary to understand the basic plot of infinity? Because I only wanted to buy the core books.