Sunday, November 27, 2016

Weird Science DC Comics Comic Books of the Week 11/26/2016



It's Thanksgiving time here in the States and I think even our international readers should sit back for a few moments and think of what they're thankful for.  While I would usually insert something about being thankful for this weeks comic haul from DC, as you will see, it was pretty slim pickins' this week.  In fact, it is just me, myself and I when it's all said and done.  That's why I'm officially calling this week's picks "Jim's Comics of the Week."  I like the sound of that!




Super Powers #1

Score: 8.5/10

What Jim Said:

While this book is very easy to recommend for children, it is one of those things that is equally great for adults as well.  The art could put a smile on the sourest face while the story and characters are fun, well laid out and great to teach anyone a little DC Comics history. Read Full Review




Batman '66 Meets Wonder Woman '77 #1

Score: 8.5/10

What Jim Said:

With all the crossovers the Batman '66 has seen, this one is already near the top of the list. It just feels right and while this issue is all setup, I liked it a lot. The story, characters and art all come together to make an enjoyable time that has me wanting more. That's what the opener of a series is supposed to do, right? Read Full Review



Flash #11
Score: 8.0/10

What Jim Said:

This issue was all about the setup, but I still liked it more than most of what we've got since Rebirth started.  Maybe it was because of Wally or the villain twist, but I enjoyed myself and am looking froward to next issue. Read Full Review



Deathstroke #7

Score: 8.0/10

What Jim Said:

This is a pretty big issue of Deathstroke.  We find out who's behind all of his troubles and it's pretty cool and makes total sense.  The story and art are both above average, but for some reason, I fear I'm going to forget this issue like the rest. Read Full Review
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