Sunday, October 30, 2011

Rating What I Read Last Week

Aquaman #2 C+ - Slow building, great art.
Blackhawks #2 - C+ - Good story, mediocre art

Firestorm #2 - Cancel - Too much going on and pedestrian art

Flash #2 - C+ - Building, good art and okay story, growing on me.

Green Lantern The New Guardians #2 - C+ - Good story, weak art.

I, Vampire #2 - A - Great story, great art, wonderful moody feel to this book.

Justice League Dark #2 - B - Building nicely and excellent art.

Savage Hawkman #2 - Cancel - Story is trying to do too much and the art is too muddy

Scalped - B - Great Series

Incredible Hulk #1 - C - All set up.

Spaceman #1 - B - Cool premise and looks like it should be a good story. Love Risso's art.

Ulimates #3 - B+ - Hickman is starting to get the feel of doing big ideas and moving the plot at the same time, with some great art.

Red Wing #4 (of 4) - D - Too convoluted to actually understand reading chapters months apart. May read well as a trade.

Captain America and Bucky - B+ - A great character study and wonderful art.

Guarding the Globe #6 (of 6)  - C - Killed by delays

Walking Dead - B - Nothing happened, it was very good.

Secret Avengers - B+ - Aja's art rules and Warren Ellis does great one and done stories.

Daredevil #5 - C+ - I feel like Waid is preaching too much and sometimes trying to explain stuff that only makes comic book sense and trying to explain it makes it worse.

Superman #2 - B+ - Great art and a surprisingly compelling character piece, especially the Lois/Clark relationship.

Wolverine and the X-Men #1 - B - I wanted to hate it, but it was goofy fun and the characters even know Wolverine running a school is insane.

Voodoo #2 - C+ - Not sure this premise last long term.

Teen Titans #2 - B - Norm Rapmund really adds to Booth's art and the story is a good premise.

Mighty Thor - D - Cancel - I was reading Thor and the book decided to create a new Thor, I'm tired of this trick Marvel, seen it with Hulk to Hercules, Daredevil to Black Panther, Captain American to Cap and Bucky and need to judge each series on its own merit.

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