Conan #7 - Well, I liked it. Not much happened, but it was a set-up issue.
Batman #631 - Batman and Birds of Prey are my only two inlets to the War Games storyline, so I’ll be missing large chunks of it. I just thank god they finally switched artists on this.
Powerless #3 - This is a really intriguing series - I definitely will stay to see where it goes.
Transformers #7 - Was Sunstreak always this much of a jackass?
The Witching #3 - Hey! Something happened! Holy crap!
DC Comics Presents: Justice League of America #1 - First story’s kinda sappy. But okay. (I didn’t know Ray Palmer was half-Jewish!) - the second story’s pretty good, but I’d like it better if it fit in continuity. But it depicts Wodner Woman in the JLA pre-Crisis. Dammit.
Green Lantern #180** - Yeah, retreading old ground here. I liked the issue until right up near the end.
JLA #104 - An interesting Chuck Austen story? Wow. Okay, J’onn leaving the League meeting like a petulant child - bad characterization. Plus, he should be over this crap already. But the payoff was good. Well, except Austen forgot that the Manhunter emphatically does have a sense of humor - gleaned by osmosis, no doubt, from Blue Beetle and Booster Gold. But he does have one. Okay, yeah, so except for Austen ignoring everything established about the Manhunter since, ever, it was good.
Superman #208 - Okay, now things are taking shape. I love the way Jim Lee draws the JLA. Why’s Aquaman there on the satellite? Where’s his water hand? I thought he’d been deposed? Sigh.
Richard Dragon #4 - Buy this title.
Flash #213 - Geoff Johns. You know he does good stuff, so I don’t need to repeat myself.