Store didn’t have any Wedding Special, and I forgot to look for Suicide Squad. Another time, maybe.
Black Adam #2: Ludicrously badass. I mean, he slides to safety on the intestines of a Yeti and gets his powers by giving his wife osteoporosis. It’s a bit much, really. I did enjoy that someone picked up the thread from 52 and we aren’t just left to understand that Neron and Faust escaped somehow.
Welcome to Tranquility #10: Not really that much to enjoy until the revelations at the very end about the Bible and the Comics Code and such.
The Trials of Shazam #8: I love what they’ve done with Atlas. And this is a bold move. Wonder if it’ll have an effect on the power set, then again, they were all vague enough to begin with.
Booster Gold #2: Hmm, only the second issue and already a big old predestination paradox. A couple times is cute, but I really hope that Booster doesn’t become the post-IC Mopee. That said, pretty good. I liked how Booster had to admit that even young Sinestro was way out of his league and how he handled them. And hey! Dr. 13 and friends return!
Green lantern #23: Yeah, I’ll admit this one: Kyle’s “twisted desire” was a bit of a slap at his fans. Ah well, it was kinda deserved. Pretty good issue. The cover is just great.
Superman #667: I’m in the minority, I know, but I’ve really been enjoying this storyline. Subjekt-17 didn’t do much for me when he first appeared, but I really like his use here.
Batman Confidential #9: Horrible art. Just, really bad. I do like Batman being completely overwhelmed by the new kind if evil. But Crane’s explanation makes the Joker so… Banal.
Countdown #33: More horrible art. More mediocre writing.