Yes, I know I'm a day late, but what can ya do? This week turned out to be exceptionally busy, but the week is almost over, so I'll be back to my normal review posting ways again. I have a truckload of new comics to catch up on since I haven't been reading much of anything these past few days, so expect lots of reviews over the next couple of days. All right, without further ado, let's go comic gazing!
Batman: Streets of Gotham #11: This might just be the best Bat-book on the market today... What am I saying, this IS the best Bat-book on the market today! I'm definitely looking forward to seeing how the thus far awesome Zsasz storyline finishes up. Interest Level: 9 1/2 out of 10.
Green Lantern #53: Eh, this is a Brightest Day x-over issue. I miss the days when this comic actually told great stories and every issue wasn't either a part of, or building up to an x-over... Interest Level: 7 out of 10.
Justice League of America #44: I've enjoyed this comic since the abomination known as Cry for Justice has ended, and I'm hopeful that things continue to move onward and upward here. Interest Level: 7 1/2 out of 10.
REBELS #15: This is probably my favorite DC comic... How weird is that?!? Unfortunately, Starfire joins cast this issue, which really hurts, because I HATE Starfire! Meh, so long as the great Vril Dox is in this comic I'll suffer through Starfire I guess... Interest Level: 9 1/2 out of 10.(Without Starfire, it's an easy 10 out of 10)
Supergirl #52: This continues the thus far better then expected Last Stand of New Krypton storyline. That's reason enough to buy it. Interest Level: 7 1/2 out of 10.
Superman/Batman #71: Meh, I don't know why I'm buying this one... Interest Level: 3 1/2 out of 10.
Captain America: Who Won't Wield The Shield #1: This is one of those gag type comics that Marvel occasionally puts out(think Marvel Riot), and is a total spur of the moment pick for me. Interest Level: 5 out of 10.
Dark Wolverine #85: Woo baby, I can't wait to read this one!!! This crosses over with the Wolverine Origins series, as Daken and Wolvie join forces to try to dethrone Romulus once and for all. I'm telling you now, if you have even a passing interest in Wolverine, you should probably buy this crossover, because it should be blisteringly hot! Interest Level: 10 out of 10.
Firestar #1: This is another total spur of the moment pick-up. I loved the old New Warriors series, so I'm always willing to give a shot to one of the Warriors characters. Interest Level: 6 out of 10.
Guardians of the Galaxy #25: Thanos is back!!! 'Nuff said! Interest Level: 8 1/2 out of 10.
Nova #36: Last issue brought Namorita back into Nova's life, so I am extremely interested to see how this effects the life of old Bucket Head. Interest Level: 8 1/2 out of 10.
Siege: Spider-Man #1: Although I'm currently on an anti-Spider-Man kick, I've purchased all of the other Siege books, so I figured I might as well buy this one as well. Interest Level: 4 out of 10.
X-Factor #204: Ugh, one of my favorite Marvel titles is being sullied by that whole idiotic Second Coming storyline... Well, if anybody can shine this turd into something decent, it's Peter David... Interest Level: 2 out of 10.
I was going to pick up the Blackest Night Director's Cut, but thanks to my buddy JT, I'll be skipping that overpriced comic. Thanks JT!
So the final tally this week is DC: 6, Marvel: 7! Wow, once again, Marvel has dethroned DC after DC's two week run at the top. Not only that, but the comic I'm most looking forward to reading this week is a Marvel. So for now, the House of Ideas is the king of my comic mountain. How long will that last? I guess we'll find out next week!... As always, see ya and Long Live The Legion!!!