I am worried a little about the next issue because I'm not impressed by the design of the new villain they're set to fight. But I'll reserve judgment for that until next month. It's still by no means perfect, but I'm not as exasperated with this title as I was last month. Above all else, I'm glad Grifter survived the cut of the 3rd wave of the New 52. I hope this creative team takes this opportunity to take some chances on the title and really garner some attention to it. Read Full Review
I really think that Liefeld just doesn't want the same things as I do, and therefore, his comics just aren't for me. He is a super nice guy who clearly does work that some people enjoy and, sadly, I'm just not one of those people. This bothers me the least for "Grifter," slightly more for "Deathstroke," and has the potential to be really bad for "The Savage Hawkman." Knowing how many great writers love Hawkman, it is baffling that Liefeld was put on that book. But that is a discussion for the future. I'm really trying to not come down too hard on Liefeld; that would be like a jazz pianist dismissing a dub step artist; it's comparing apples to oranges. I just happen to like the apples a whole lot more. Read Full Review
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