This is the last two, but I also got another one. It's the second issue of Bloodrayne: Tokyo Rogue, but it was justinfo-dump info-dump info-dump CLIFFHANGER, so I guess I'll only do it for the next issue.
by Michael Green, Mike Johnson and Rafael Albuquerque
This issue is perfect. I mean, I don't even think I need to review it, and that's not because I'm just really lazy.
The details in each little panel are wonderful, and I love the idea of a kid-friendly Superman/Batman. Just check out these scans, and learn their origins!
Red Arrow even uses little plunger arrows!
And look, Mr. Freeze has an ice cream gun!
What a delightful comic.
Birds of Prey #121
by Tony Bedard and Michael O'Hare
I have mixed feelings about this one.
There are two parts to this: the Joker makes little kittens out of the Silicon Syndicate, and then Misfit commits every hollywood high cliche there is.
The Silicon Syndicate sounds ridiculous to me the more I hear it. Everyone's codename is just so. . . lame.
I mean, that outfit is just ridiculous, but at least the Joker really does a job on these guys, and that was the good part here.
What I loved about the issue is that Huntress and Misfit go to the same high school! Aaaah!
That was a very natural progression of the story, and I can't believe I didn't see that.
Looking forward to next issue, but hoping that the Silicon Syndicate is less lame.