Like they always said: "no suit, no fly". I'm sure they'll make it this big grandiose thing. However, I lost interest by season 7.
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Brightest Day #23 single-handedly made me schoolchild-giddy and pissed as hell. I'm sorry, but why WHY WHY did we need 23 issues of a series for them to just bring that character back? At the same time, I do appreciate how they have tied everything up - from the Black Lanterns to the forest in Star City to even the "evaporation" of characters in the book. Very cool how that all played out. Biggest complaint, though? Captain Boomerang showing up AFTER HE HASN'T BEEN IN THE ENTIRE SERIES...FOR ONE STUPID CONTRIVED PIECE THAT HAPPENED TO BE SOME PROPHECY!!!
" @Billy Batson: I think he did it because of Swamp Thing return in Brightest Day.Yeah. Gotta say that I didn't see that one coming. Then again...it was completely out of left field...kind of. Man...I still don't know what to think of it.
Man, still no love for Sherlock Holmes: Year One. That series has been great so far, and it feels like issue #3 came out pretty quick after issue #2. Also, INCOGNITO!!! That last issue was a doozy!
Last but not least, The Traveler has proven itself to be something a bit redeemable at this point. The twist in issue #4 was kind of telegraphed, but there was definitely a lot of Waid coming out in that issue. #5 just hit, and that issue is sizzling.
Got some covers that need removing, as I've uploaded higher quality scans and images for them.
- http://www.comicvine.com/boof-boof-is-in-the-hood/37-139252/ (the image that matches the current one is the regular cover, the green-predominant is a variant)
- http://www.comicvine.com/boof-drivin-the-crazy/37-139267/ (the images that matches the current one is the regular cover, the heartbreak one is a variant)
More later when I get the images...