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Waynes, bats, and...teen drama!
Find out the secrets of the Miner's Journal in this half comic/half prose issue.
Take a trip back to Year Two and witness Jim Gordon's first mission with Barbara. Also, Green Lantern and Sinestro are forced to work together. That's guaranteed to go well, right?
I think you missed the point of a Rocketeer book entirely.
If you wanted to cheer at the last page, why is that listed under the "Bad" section?
Sara, I highly recommend you read Robinson's previous Shade 4 issue mini series. This 12th issue did something really cool, which tied into the first issue of that mini from long ago. The 4 issue mini picks up with Shade's memory wiped and with him meeting that Ludlow fellow.
@Babs: Issue #0 felt more like a first issue than a 0 issue, but it was great.
@evilvegeta74: Do people consider Jean evil? I'm sure people would just say that she was being controlled by the Dark Phoenix. I don't think Marvel really turned Scott into a villain, he's just another victim of the power of the Phoenix.
Did you read issue #0? That will answer your question as to who the old homeless man is.
Me, personally, while I love Francis Manapul's artwork, would have given this issue a 3. Lately, I haven't really been liking where this series has been headed. It had a great start, but now I'm mostly staying on for Manapul and Buccellato's art.
This is a series that I will pick up the eventual hardcovers, even though I am reading it in single issues. So damn good.
Hey Tony, the Fire and Jean Grey sketches aren't Marcus To's, they're by Marcio Takara.
This was great. So heartbreaking, too.
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