This title has caught me so far off guard recently that it has quickly moved to my favorite, beating out Ultimate Spider-Man. As I said earlier, there's something for everyone here, and no one I know of can achieve this level of wonderful catastrophe better than the salon-lurking comic scribes. Read Full Review
What could've been a fairly exciting encounter between Dinah and Titans villain Cheshire is cast aside so that Ed Benes can offer up cheesecake art at its worst, and then Gail Simone can offer up a cute little observation at the end of the encounter in what I'm guessing was an attempt to acknowledge the rather obvious bid by this book to appeal to horny teenagers. Now I get the idea that having this book populated by largely female characters is going to result in cheesecake art, and a concentrated effort to display the character's assets, but when the book casts aside what could've been a highly entertaining battle so that it can engaging in an exhibition of T & A that makes the 1990s looked restrained I get a bit annoyed. Now Barbaras situation is far more entertaining, as while I'm not sold on the idea of Barbara being part of a circle of super-hackers, I did enjoy the sense of urgency in the final pages of this issue as Barbara battles a group of thugs claiming to be government ag Read Full Review
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