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#1 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman & Robin #18, and the end of Flashpoint #5.

#2 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

Looks like Superman's been eating a few too many donuts in that Swamp Thing panel...

#3 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

Huge omission: Saga #5. Every cover from that series should be showing up on this list.

#4 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm not really sure who "Mark Krahulik" is. "Mike Krahulik," however, is an amazing artist and would probably be really ticked off if someone got his name wrong when spotlighting his webcomic.

#5 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

I would have liked him to stay on as the artist. But if he's doing other things that he's excited about, maybe the quality will be better.

Is it too much to hope that we've finally found a landing spot for Dan Jurgens? His art on Superman has been great recently.

#6 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

I hate when quotes are taken out of context.

The full quote is: "No More Avengers vs. X-Men."

#7 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

Amazing spread. Really makes you wonder how they're going to fit all the changes in between now and then.

Best part of the spread is all the Flash's ghost trails in the background.

#8 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

The Penguin storyline has been a bit lackluster. But I'm going to give TD credit for the Dollmaker storyline and stick around for a little while longer. Plus...holy s*** dat cover.

#9 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

FYI, the Flash this month is different than the current solicitation. They're pushing this one-shot issue back and moving up the beginning of the Captain Cold storyline.

#10 Posted by CBattles6 (24 posts) - - Show Bio

Action. Hands down.

And as far as I'm concerned, DC has made it clear that Action is the more important comic. It was released in the first full week, while Superman anchored the last. Grant Morrison is one of DC's most high-profile writers. And the variant covers they've gotten out of Jim Lee and Ethan Van Sciver so far have been nothing short of heavenly (which is good, because the regular ones have been a bit lackluster).

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