Comicscape: Guardians of the Galaxy #1, B.P.R.D. Vampire #1, BatmanInc #9 Comments -


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NDorado 3/28/2013 12:17:32 PM

Whoa, that image of Damian's corpse is chilling...It's a shame that death is never final in comic books though, especially with a handy plot gimmick like the Lazarus Pit lurking in the wings (and R'as al Ghul as Damian's grandfather).  Heck they brought back Jason Todd, they'll eventually find a way to bring back the latest Robin casualty, which is sad, because it takes away from the finality of the moment and the impact of the emotional loss.

shac2846 3/28/2013 2:15:24 PM

 I have been readng grant morrison's run on batman since he started and I think when he leaves and a few years go by it will be considered one of the characters best runs in the canon. 

GotG is sounding good and I am really interested in what is going on with Angela and her role in the marvel universe. 

Saw where archaia publishing picked up the manga cyborg 009 for an original american run. They are going to have a one dollar intro issue on shelves and then it will be graphic novel only just like most there other titles. 

FerretJohn 3/28/2013 3:48:13 PM

I have only one issue about the new Guardians, and it's not really about the Guardians themselves.  Iron Man.  Actually I like Iron Man in the Guardians, the idea of him taking a sabbatical from all his Earth problems is interesting.  But if he's going to leave Earth for awhile then he should go all the way.  Right now not only is he in the Guardians he's also in two Avengers books.  Wolverine is in several teams right now but at least all those teams are on the same planet (usually).  Here or There, pick one.

Also not wild about the new armors trans-galactic abilities.  Stark can probably build his own starship but having a suit that can travel between the stars is a bit too fantastic.  The starship would also probably be much more comfortable for long-distance travelling too.



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