"The Brave and the Bold" should be one of DC's A-list books. Something people buy for fun and excitement, as well as value. Remember buying comics with your allowance as a kid? What books did you buy? I was always buying "B&B" or "Marvel Team-Up" or "Avengers" or "Justice League of America" because I'd get more heroes for my money. In this case, "The Brave and the Bold" #14 delivers. Read Full Review
Again, this issue certainly isn't vital, but it is moderately fun. In many ways it's a testament to how a lighthearted Green Arrow story can work when properly setup and set in to motion. No gimmicks. No wasted time. Just a little bit of quick-hitting fun. Read Full Review
Yes, its a (literal) cliffhanger, meaning weve got a new arc or mini-arc, holding us over into the regime change. While I hope we see Ordway back soon (he and JMS will likely have some of the synergy so evident on Marvels excellent The Twelve between Straczynski and Weston), Kolins and Waid keep the title up to its established level of quality craftsmanship. Read Full Review
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