An interesting week with some good books. Reviews will be posted throughout the week.
Agents of Atlas #3 – I’m up in the air of this series. I’m new to the characters and haven’t found a connection quite yet. We’ll give it a few more issues.
Astonishing Tales #3 – As usual an entertaining series, nothing too crazy or deep, but a fun read of four different stories. The Spider-woman story came off as sort of adult thought which was rather unexpected.
Black Panther #3 – Three issues in and who the next Black Panther still plays out as Storm tries to save her husband. Again, giving this series a few more issues.
Cable #13 – The Messiah War is here as Cable, Hope, and X-Force bump into Deadpool.
Captain America Comics #1 – Marvel celebrates it’s 70th Anniversary by looking at the golden age of it’s super heros.
Deadpool #9 – Much better than the Thunderbolts issue of this cross over. The humorous tone was much more appropriate for Deadpool where it seems the wrong tone for Thunderbolts.
Destroyer #1 – Robert Kirkman writes a super hero who must make the world safe for his family before he dies. Uber-violence.
the Flash: Rebirth #1 – Geoff Johns has done wonderful things rebooting many DC icons, and the Flash is his latest task. I’ve never been a huge Flash fan, but so far so good.
The Invincible Iron Man #12 – Pepper Potts rocks out in the suit as Tony fights Namor.
the New Avengers: Reunion #2 – Waiting for this to become “the Mr. & Mrs. Smith” of the Marvel Universe. Maybe next issue.
Secret Warriors #3 – Fury sends the team out to kick some ass.
War of Kings #2 – Marvel’s galactic crossover is good so far as the Kree plan on counter attacking the Shi’ar and Crystal steps up in her new role.