“X-Men Legacy” # 1 by Simon Spurrier and Tan Eng Huat. I am a big fan of Spurrier. He is a master at Superhero-Weirdness, and the topsy-turvy psychic shenanigans of Legion is the perfect match for him. A fun first issue of what promises to be a twisty romp through a wonderfully bizarre series. Issue 2 is also great.
“Tiny Titans” #1-40. by Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani. This series is delightful. the comic equivalent of mango sorbet.
“Batman” 13-14 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. Is it too early to declare Scott Snyder on of the greatest Batman writer ever?
“Speed Racer” not a comic book, but I recently watched it again, and it is still an awesome movie.
“Deadpool” 1-2 by Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan, and Tony Moore. Ha ha Ha! Deadpool goes stabs, and patriotism takes on a whole new meaning. Also Ben Franklin is such a player.
“Daredevil” 20 by Mark Waid, Chris Samnee, and Javier Rodriguez. for a brief while I had my doubts about this series but not any more.
“Steed and Mrs. Peel” 1 by Mark Waid, Caleb Monroe, and Will Sliney. I have never seen the television series, “Avengers”, but if it is anything like this comic book then I want to.
“Indestructible Hulk” 1 by Mark Waid and Leinil Francis Yu. Hulk as an agent of SHIELD, such a simple concept, should be lots of fun.
“Smallville: Season 11” 15-23 by Brian Q. Miller and various artists. There are many wrong ways of doing a Superman-Batman-teamup story and there a few great ways. Luckily for us Miller knows the latter ways.
“Uncanny Avengers” 2 by Rick Remender, John Cassaday, and Laura Martin. It is about time that Avengers and mutants worked together. the art is good, the story is good, and the villain is creepy-tastic.
“Justice League Dark Annual” 1 by Jeff Lemire and Mikel Janin. I love the colors, also the writing is nifty.
“Justice League Dark” 14 by Jeff Lemire, Graham Nolan, and Victor Drujiniu. This is proving to be one of my favorite series, and this issue kicks off a new story. I am really looking forward to learn where it goes. Also I really appreciate that although Constantine is the star of the series, the other characters don’t feel like extras in a one-man show.
“Superman Family Adventures” 7 by Baltazar and Franco. Awww Yeah Toyman!
“Batman Incorporated” 5 by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham. Is it wrong that I was glad to see some wheels? Batman Inc is a fantastic mindbend of a series and this issue is no different.