I Love Comics (Blah, Blah, Blah…)

*All comics will be rated on a scale from 1 to 10*

Avengers # 47
Batman # 111
Fire Power # 14
Geiger # 5
Immortal Hulk # 49
Justice League # 66
Justice League Infinity # 2
Sensational Wonder Woman # 6
Sinister War # 2
Ultraman: The Trials Of Ultraman # 5
W.E.B. Of Spider-Man # 3
X-Men # 2

Batman # 111– Everything about this issue is AMAZING!! From the Magistrate moving in on the Unsanity Collective to Batman, along with Harley Quinn and Ghost-Maker making their presence felt so I really like how the drama and the action intensified with every page and the presence of Miracle Molly was great, the only thing though is that I feel like she should get more screen time as she really can be a magnificent character and add more to the Batman mythos instead of being relegated to being a throwaway character which is the only thing that bugs me but this title is the gold standard for DC and that’s a wonderful thing.

Fire Power # 14– The lives of the Johnson family is still not quite back to normal after the adventure they had and I enjoyed how most of their abilities are starting to surface, especially in Hailey and Doug, and it looks like Owen in the doghouse after a certain ex-girlfriend comes back into his life (Which ended on an awkward yet funny note); Fire Power is definitely better than “Kung-Fu” because of how great the Johnson family are and how we want them to win.

Sensational Wonder Woman # 6– The Queen Bee hitting the scene and hypnotizing the Amazons all while bringing in some of Diana’s villains (The Blue Snowman is by far one of the silliest villains ever) makes for a great WW story that will definitely keep your attention and it’s a done-in-one so that’s also a plus for fans who feel bloated from reading the regular WW series, so if you’re looking for a great story to read and enjoy, then give Sensational Wonder Woman # 6 a try. You won’t be disappointed!

Sinister War # 2– The war between some of the various Spider-Man villains is still a great read seeing as how it’s on its second issue but while the first issue set up the story with brilliance, this second issue seems very rushed and the story suffered because of that, but I feel like I’m in denial by saying that but at the same time, I’m a little optimistic that the third issue will get things back on track, because this event as so much promise, it would be sad if it ended on a sour note.

X-Men # 2– I’m loving how The X-Men are continuing their efforts to be a premier superhero team and not only that, but the public is accepting them. Taking this series away from Krakoa and into the public is still a smart decision and I feel like this is one of the best X-Men titles out there today because it’s bringing back some of the great elements that Chris Claremont brought to light and doing new and exciting things with it, and with this formula working to perfection, I can absolutely see some longtime X-Men fans come back to this series with an open mind.

Well, that’s it for me this week. Thanks for sticking around and I will see you all next time.

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