Thoughts on Last Week’s Comics
The Cape #3 – Another Joe Hill book, so of course I’m going to get it. This is a very dark look at a very basic superpower. I have no sympathy for the main character; he’s a whiny little brat. But I’m really enjoying the story and am very interested to see how Hill ends it. Will the brother end up dead or stopping this murderous, psychopathic flyer?
Mighty Thor #9 – I’m totally okay with having two monthly Loki books instead of one focusing on Thor. Loki is much more interesting, and I like how he’s the only one who knows about Thor. Also, the Silver Surfer is weird...very weird.
Secret Avengers #20 – Gah, Warren Ellis, you vex me. The journey you took us on this issue was head-achingly confusing, but the destination ended up making sense. I enjoyed Alex Maleev's art, but I thought the newspaper strips looked like they were drawn by Whilce Portacio. I used to like his work, but I used to like Rob Liefeld, too, so there's that.
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