One week later Reviews: Part 2
Batman & Robin: Damien is a brat as ever.
Batwoman: So pretty! And there's ghosts and stuff.
Demon Knights: Etrigan's in love. It's so cool. Ystin is my hero or heroine or somewhere inbetween. Madame Xanadu is there too, and a mysterious horsewoman. There is drinking and castles and snarkiness and dragons. I am looking forward to next issue.
Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E.: There's this town, see, where everyone's been turned into monsters, and Frankie was vacationing on Mars so he's pissed that he was called in, but there's also the Creature Commandos, who are like a Universal monster movies star lineup, and they fight the monsters the townspeople were turned into and the Frankie's four-armed ex, who I think is called Nina was there too.
Green Lantern: Hal Jordan isn't Green Lantern because of some unexplained thing. Sinestro is a Green Lantern even though he is the bad guy. The Guardians really need to have someone to point out when they are doing monumentally stupid.
Legion Lost: I tried, honestly I did. I got about as far as page three or four several times, but each time I got so far and then life seemed too short to continue. It's the extreme opposite of accessible.
Mister Terrific: Mr T's girlfriend seems to be Karen Starr who may or may not be Power Girl. I quite liked this one but I don't recall much more than that other than a bad guy shows up at the end.
Red Lanterns: It's cute because Atrocicus has a cat who is also a Red Lantern. And some stuff happened, I guess.
Resurrection Man: The bad guys are chasing Resurrection Man, who gets killed and then gets better and then gets new powers, but he doesn't wear a cape. And there were these two girls who I read somewhere are the Body Doubles, who I thought were a copy of the Dirty Pair except they are idiots.
Suicide Squad: The squad are on a mission, except SURPRISE! it was a fakeout all along, and I know all the names, but they are being played by different, and less interesting characters.
Superboy: Are they going with the version from the Young Justice TV show? It looks a bit like that. Anyway, he spends most of the issue in a tube being studied and then escapes.
Coming next week: I break the habit of a lifetime and read a Judd Winnick comic and wish I hadn't