Post by Joe Tramonte on Oct 16, 2014 7:11:21 GMT -5
Batman Eternal #28
Tim Seeley and Scott Snyder
Cover by Clayton Thomas Mann
I don't stick with this book because of the release schedule but there are quite a few touching moments for Batgirl fans including a rather strong poignant one to close the book between herself and Jason Todd. I really enjoyed this issue.
Death of Wolverine #4
Charles Soule and Steve McNiven
*Slow Clap* They really stuck the landing on this in my opinion in a way I don't think everyone will see it coming and I will say in typical Marvel fashion there is a nice Wolverine montage that McNiven did a fantastic job on.
Death of Wolverine "The Logan Legacy"
Charles Soule and Oliver Nome
This was a hard nut to crack for the art is an acquired taste I think but its the formation of a team in the old "Were not a team we just have to work together" mantra. Ill give this one one more shot but it didn't wow me out of the gate.
Miles Morales Ultimate Spiderman
Brian Michael Bendis and Dave Marquez
I love this book to the point I hate to talk to much about it because I sound like a teenager in love. However we did get some really good dialogue on this "Peter" and what it could be and a few heart strings are tugged in the process. Marquez really has made this his series now its hard to envision anyone else on art for this book.
Tony Bedard and Jon Meyers
This is Tonys last issue before Mike Johnson comes back so I was worried we might just get a cast off issue with nothing of merit to carry forward. Instead I got an issue with a bond being formed between Kara and Jason Todd in a way that seems genuine and not the least bit forced. The rest of the issue was just a follow on to the Doomed storyline but the budding friendship between the two characters was handled so well it was worth the admission price for me.
Uncanny X-Men #27
Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo
In my opinion this was the best "Scott Summers issue" yet he does exactly what you think he would when it comes to saving a new mutant and I will stop there. Bachalo does a good job on art but as usual he has a team of inkers so there are noticeable differences on some pages that are slightly jarring.
I still need to get through Ms. Marvel and Axis #2