…I did other things this week like movies and tv shows, but they were all kinda’ drowned out by DC’s comics this week. XD So without further ado~
(and you know this by now but — spoilers may appear!)
Batman #3 : Some dude really likes owls. XD I’d say more, but that’s really the gist of what I got from this issue…heh.
Supergirl #3 : Let Mr. Tycho be a full time villain. Please, please, please, please DC don’t let him be a one shot intro villain. I’m begging.
I love him already.
I don’t know why, but he’s handsome, suave, has a secretary and I really hope he turns out to be Supergirl’s personal Lex Luthor.
Speaking, Supergirl is still rocking. I’m not usually for the slow burn, but with such gorgeous artwork, it happens to work for this series better than you’d expect. Loving it.
And let Mr. Tycho be a full time villain, please.
Catwoman #3 : Man this was a good issue. It had it all: powerful action, a great bad guy and some really moving scenes on Selina’s part.
I’ve noticed people complaining Selina’s been really reckless lately, and not as well planned out as more modern versions–but wasn’t that the point of the reboot? To take her back to a younger, less experienced Catwoman?
She’s still learning, and she’s finally realizing her behavior has consequences. That’s the part of the story that’s engaging and I’m really glad we get to see it here with the Lola storyline.
Also, Batman & Catwoman’s relationship is getting more defined and I love that all over the place.
Nightwing #3 : This might honestly be the first series I drop from the DC line. XD I am really having a hard time caring about Dick Grayson and his problems. It’s not that it’s poorly written or anything, I just don’t think I’m a huge Grayson fan. I didn’t really start liking the Robins until Tim got to the scene (The Jason/Tim hybrid on B:TAS), and then fell in love with Comic Tim Drake & Jason Todd in Under The Red Hood. I don’t think I started liking Dick until he was Batman and teamed up with Damian…so. Yeah. Having trouble with this one. XD
Justice League #3 : Wow. XD I might actually like Wonder Woman for a change. She was awesome.
I’m not even joking. There was something so great about her wandering around, not having a clue about anything, while Steve tried to track her down.
It’s fun and adds to the humor that Justice League has had building through this entire ‘here comes Darkseid’ thing. Plus, Green Lantern called ‘Dibs’ and that’s hilarious all by itself. Loving Justice League. It’s almost worth that extra dollar they’re charging. (But it still hurts.)
And for the record – I like the bloomers. I hope Diana never gets pants. *sits strongly in the short-shorts camp*
Red Hood and the Outlaws #3 : All the haters of Red Hood and the Outlaws? Read this issue. Now. I’ll sum up my thoughts by this:
Kori: Girl, you scary. o_O
Roy: You sweet, idiotic lug head…stop making Killer Croc weird…heh.
Jason: I’m going to beat you over the head. YOU GO GET THAT MEMORY BACK RIGHT NOW! *fumes*
Sorry. XD My favorite part about Jason Todd has always been his daddy issues. No question.
Still, the last scene of Red Hood and the Outlaws is as moving as the last scene in Under the Red Hood.
Look at it:
Nothing more needs to be said.