i picked this issue up at my LCS and read it on the spot, because while the concept intrigued me, i was unsure. i ended up putting the book back on the shelf because it didn't really interest me. i love my batman (bruce, dick, or terry) but i'll have to wait a few issues before i decide to pick this up for sure.
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well had someone like say zach snyder been attached to the project, i think the addition of the invaders would have been epic, but it seems to me that this movie may be going a different route with the character, and i truly hope it doesn't turn out the way it's been playing out to be. The game does look pretty good and I hope the game and movie tie closely together. after all, who wants to be reminded of this:
this is not just the best issue of the series, this is probably the single best batman issue i have read in YEARS. we need to see some more of this type of story in the ongoings.
ok so trailers for comics = lame, but i'm pretty stoked for this series. i dropped it after issue 2 and decided to pick it back up with issue 5, and I'm glad I did. While I still dislike JRJR's art, the story has picked up quite a bit, and while I haven't read a Hulk title in forever, the introduction of the Red Hulk should prove pretty interesting.
i loved Top Cow back in the days, and only started reading it again about 4 months ago. Marz is doing a phenomenal job with his Top Cow books and Artifacts is no exception. Now if we could only get him to bring back a rebooted Cyberforce, I'd be a happy geek! Nice job on the review Sarah.