End of an Era

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By the time this is posted, I will have read Action Comics 1000. However, by the time of writing this we are a day away. I have already voiced my opinions on Brian Michael Bendis and his unfortunate control over the entire Superman family. That said, as this new era for Superman begins I would like to look back at some of my favorite Superman stories of all time. I doubt that anything out of Bendis’ run comes close to challenging this list, but I might be surprised. I probably won’t. With that said, here we go.

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All Star Superman

This book is quite literally the best Superman book ever published and can challenge for best comic of all time. The animated movie failed to hit the mark (mostly because they cut 6 chapters of the book out entirely. It also is incredibly hard to translate Frank Quietly’s art into film. That isn’t really any fault of the film. This book is a master piece, that can’t really get its message across outside of the comic. That makes this book all the better. Look I could spend all day writing about this book. I really could, but give it a read for yourself if you haven’t. If you have, maybe read it once more to remind yourself the standards Bendis has in front of him.

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The inspiration for Superman vs the Elite, a surprisingly good adaption of the story. This book answers the age old question, why shouldn’t Superman kill? While several decades old at this point, the book is still relevant today. Especially with the likes of Man of Steel, Dawn of Justice, and Justice League mucking up the collective conscious of the character. This book shows us what happens if Superman does cross that line. Needless to say, it isn’t a pretty picture. Unlike the films, this book does a 180 and shows that all of this was masterfully choreographed to show why Superman does what he does. Why he is what he is. This book brings about one of my favorite things about Superman. He is inspired by people. While the non powered society looks at him as the beacon of hope, he sees that beacon right back at us. That is why he protects us. And that is why he doesn’t cross that line. A truly beautiful story.

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Superman Birthright

This book absolutely deserves to be in the running for best Superman story. It tops All Star as best on several of my friend’s list.  While this book is fantastic in its own right, it is what it does different that sets it apart from the rest. Much of the Superman mythos is defined by Jor El. It wasn’t until Birthright that Lara achieved the same level of reverence that Jor gets. Turning is mom from a spectator into a bad ass in her own right. Truly something that should have done decades ago.

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The Final Days of Superman

A new entry onto the list, and one that has now been written out with the Superman Reborn plotline. This book came out at the right time. Just before Rebirth, Superman was made the most relevant he ever was during the New 52. He was plagued by bad writing, and inconsistent approaches. Yet Peter Tomasi knew what he wanted to do, and made a modern day All Star. Any story that has Superman die apparently has to be made into film, and an animated adaptation of this is on its way already. This story is full of heart, character, and emotion. After years of languishing as a character, Tomasi finally gave him his own voice and readied readers for better times to come. I am still sad to see him go. He is almost single handedly responsible for the multiple years of success.

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Kingdom Come

This story is famous for a lot of reasons. It ended the 90’s hyper extremism. It is another fabulous book by Mark Waid. It is impeccably crafted by Alex Ross. It also asks the question of what happens in a world with Superman. What happens if he just gives up. That answer is nothing good. This book explores Clark as he attempts to come to sense with the changing world. It demonstrates just what Superman means to the world, and manages to do so without killing him. I always point this book out to people who like an ‘edgier Superman’. This is as close as you get, and he still never once crosses the line. This book is just a masterpiece from top to bottom. Especially good, as it showcases an insane amount of DC’s pantheon of heroes.

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My Top 10 Comic Couples

Inspired by the fantastic relationship that is being portrayed by Big Barda and Scott Free in Tom King and Mitch Gerads amazing Miracle Man run is my favorite comic couples. Also, another plug, if you like comics, you should be reading it. There are several favorite couples in comic books books. Everyone has a different one. To be clear, these are couples that are either hinted at, have happened, or interest presented in comic book form. These aren’t ships as much as they are the couples I love to see most. One of them will venture into ship territory, but I feel justified in the choice (stay tuned for that). Additionally a few characters will show up in multiple different relationships. I hope this will make sense for you all once you actually see them.

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10. Hank Pym and Janet Van Dyne

There is a lot to unpack with this relationship. Hank is famous for slapping his wife, and there were a ton more images of abuse on the web than their were of them being a happy couple. I am not here to defend abusers, or suggest that the couple was wrong in splitting up. Quite the contrary, I love this couple because they split up. Both are founding members of the Avengers and their relationship was a shining point in the initial Avengers run. You had this sweet super couple between two people with the technology to shrink. This later expanded as Pym graduated to Giant Man (he changes identities a lot). Yet overtime, Hank became more and more obsessed with his work. Eventually Pym inhales chemicals that give him schizophrenia. The pair marry in the 70’s. After being suspended of duty by Cap, Hank eventually strikes Jan in a fit of rage. This leads to the couple divorcing and Hank being expelled from the Avengers. And here lies Hank’s greatest failure. His marriage. It was not the creation of Ultron, it was the dissolution of his marriage. Janet represents Hank’s bearing. Without her, he quite frankly is nothing. She is his lightning rod, and only after she left, could Hank realize that. Janet made the right choice. Yet Hank isn’t a monster that many people generally consider him to be, he’s a brilliant man who doesn’t have anything. Reed as family and Stark has wealth. Pym, arguably a greater mind than both of them has nothing. He could save the world, but without Jan at his side he is nothing more than a broken man. In case 300 words didn’t make it apparent. I love Hank Pym. Top 3 favorite Marvel characters.

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9. Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon

There are two dominant loves in Dick Grayson’s life. Babs and Koriand’r (referred to as Starfire from here on out). While I like the Teen Titans, and I grew up and loved the animated show, The first couple is still my preferred relationship for Grayson. The orphaned ward of Bruce Wayne and the brilliant daughter of GCPD Chief Jim Gordon. Both donned a mask early on in their lives, and were forever thrust into Batman’s endless war on crime. Yet while Bruce sought solace in beating more criminals, the pair eventually found companionship with themselves. This only grew after the events of the Killing Joke. As Barbara embraced her new roll as Oracle, and kept constant vigil over the Knights of Gotham. This couple, as well as Bab’s paralysis have been undone since the beginning of the New 52. Replacing the love with melancholy and a bit of animosity. Fortunately Gail Simone gave us the wedding we all deserved in her Convergance book. So at least we have that.

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8. Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance

Why wouldn’t this show up on a top 10 couple list? This arguably should be further on the list, but it didn’t quite cut it with the competition. What else is there to say? Ollie and Dinah are perfect for each other, and despite barely interacting in the New 52. Ben Percy and Otto Schmidt rekindled their spark in Rebirth. One of the headlining plots in their run on Green Arrow is the deep love that the characters have for each other, and how that love was as intense on day one. They love each other, despite often not finding reasons to love themselves. They help each other get past their own issues and make them that much stronger together. They have had their fair shares of ups and downs. Yet through it all, they always come back together.

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7. Tim Drake and Stephanie Brown

One of the 90’s greatest power couples. Most kids growing up in the 90’s immediately found a connection with Tim Drake’s Robin. I was no exception. His budding romance with the Spoiler, captured my young heart. The couple stuck together through some of the worst moments in Gotham, like No Mans Land. Eventually Tim supported Steph through her pregnancy (Tim was not the father), and helped her come to the decision to put the baby up for adoption. The couple drifted apart, largely due to Steph faking her death in War Games. Yet the spark always remains. Steph was absent most of the New 52 (as was Tim’s personality). Yet recent events in James Tynion’s Detective Comics have revitalized that romantic spark. While the couple is currently on the rocks, they clearly care about each other.

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6. Bruce Wayne and Diana Prince

This is a shout out to the threads plotted in Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. Both series’ showed off mutual attraction for one another. A smart move since Clark has Lois (I hate Clark and Diana, spoiler, that couple isn’t on the list). It not only helped serve as some character growth for the both of them, but also made for some humorous situations. Diana’s naivety paired well with Bruce’s surly attitude. The episode, ‘This Little Piggy’ should leave no one without at least a small support for this relationship, as Bruce turns Gotham upside down looking for Diana (she was transformed into a pig). Despite being utter filler, it is incredibly sweet and solidified this couple in my head from a young age.

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5. Bruce and Selina

Yes, the first duplicate character showing up. How do you not love this duo? Especially with Tom King’s run on the characters, and their impending marriage. They have shared a dangerous attraction with each other for several decades now. One of the best stories showcasing their relationship was Hush, which is a masterpiece in its own right. Selina has always tread the line between good and bad, but always trends towards good when paired with Bruce. Tom King plays their relationship as a mutual partnership. They need each other to keep going. They love each other, while recognizing that they are equally hard to love. The couple always drifts away from each other. Sometimes it is due to Selina and sometimes it is because Bruce. While I am sure the couple won’t stay married for long, I will love every single second that they are together.

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4. Ted Kord and Barbara Gordon

This is a personal favorite of mine. Ted is my absolute favorite hero and my comic book idol. Barbara Gordon is the greatest Batgirl and one of my all time favorite heroes. They had an unlikely flirtation throughout the original Birds of Prey run. Both figuring out each others secret identities because they are smarty pants. When they became close, the couple naturally broke it off. Babs has always had Nightwing, listed above. They have a great deal in common, and would have made a very cute couple. For Ted, it remained unrequited. Barbara stuck around as his friend long after the rest of the hero community wrote him off as a joke. The last time we see this couple mentioned, is in the panel above. From Countdown to Infinite Crisis #1. If you haven’t read it, make sure you do. It’ll make you fall in love with Ted and break your heart.

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3. Archie Andrews and Veronica Lodge

Yes, this is my preferred ship for Riverdale’s lovable goof ball. Sure Betty is generally considered to be the better pair, but I don’t like him with the girl next door type. Having him step out of his shell and explore the often hilarious life of the fabulously wealthy. This always puts him in the cross hairs of Hiram Lodge, which make the Archie experience all the more enjoyable. Mark Waid’s seminal run on the title has only fleshed out Veronica more. Changing her from haughty heiress to down to Earth girl. Sure she is still very rich. Yet she is a much more relate-able character. One that I fell for, when I never had thought of Veronica in that way before. In the arc that introduces Cheryl Blossom we see Veronica show off all the good she learned from Archie and the gang. Call it perfect writing and great characterization. This book is one of my all time favorite books, and this is one of the reasons why. I have seen the first season of Riverdale, and somehow I got through it. I don’t intend on watching it again. This opinion is 100% formed by the comic books.

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2. Jean Grey and Scott Summers

I am a 90’s kid. Thus X-Men is deeply ingrained in my being. From the abundance of comic books (and so many shoulder pads). To the animated series, and the excellent theme song that accompanied it. What struck with me most of all of them was Scott and Jean. I always loved Cyclops. Still do. He is hands down my favorite Marvel character. I also have always have, and always will hate Wolverine. So this works not only to make a point for my favorite couple, but helps me debunk Jean and Wolverine. I will not spend this article defending Scott. He is a bit of a scoundrel, and I agree with none of it. But when I picture Jean or Scott, I always picture them together. That is how I choose to see them, and if Scott doesn’t have Jean in his life, Scott is always lesser to me. Also the fact that Scott exists as a hollow shell without Jean in so many different mediums, just shows his dedication to her. Why does Scott have to suffer so much? Can’t we just let him have something?

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1. Lois and Clark

Duh? Do I really need to explain this? They are the poster child for greatest comic book couple. The addition of Jonathan has only changed their dynamic for the better. Long live the Super-Family!

DC Putting Their Eggs into One Bendis

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We are less than a month away from Action Comics 1000, and thus Brian Michael Bendis’ first book at DC. For those unaware, the long time Marvel ‘visionary’ turned heads in the industry when he signed an exclusive with DC last year. As apart of this deal, Bendis will get full creative control over the Superman line. All existing Super-Titles are ending, including books like Super Sons and Supergirl that are not being directly touched by Bendis. Superman will relaunch with #1, and Action will continue on with #1001. Additionally Bendis will get readers primed with a 6 part mini series “The Man of Steel” that will re-imagine his version of Superman. I have never been a fan of Bendis, but I never thought I’d have to endure him writing some of my favorite characters. I was fine just letting him kill whatever Marvel property he got a hold of (like the X-Men line, which got progressively worse under his heel).

Now I have to face the facts, it’s a Bendis world and I have to live in it. I am not happy about it. Dan Jurgens has had a mostly sensational run on Action Comics. Bringing back iconic characters like Doomsday (whom he co created). Jurgens juggled well the different aspects of the Superman world. His treatment of Lois, Lex, Jon, and the Daily Planet staff was very well done. When this book was working, it was using a nice mix of heart with fantastic action sequences. The first arc, and then the third arc were fantastic and highlight the very best the book has to offer. Dan Jurgens added more stories and pushed himself up on the list of all time great Superman writers with this book. He also deftly guided the title to the 1000th issue, which should be applauded.

On the other side of this is Superman. Peter Tomasi became my hero doing his Last Days of Superman story in the New 52. He ended the New 52 Superman with a bang, with a story that is reminiscent of Grant Morrison’s masterpiece All Star Superman. He continued this deft treatment of the character throughout his entire run of Superman with Rebirth. I highlighted a story arc on my best of 17 list. That is an understatement of his run on Superman. Counting his excellent transition from New 52 to Rebirth, his run on Superman has been one of the best runs the character has ever seen. Focusing more on the relationship between Clark and Jonathan (and Lois as well). Character building and interpersonal relationships are where this book succeeded. While Jurgens succeded with well done bombastic fight sequences, Tomasi succeeded with words. The heart of the character really shone through. Which, for Superman, might be the most important thing. It is for me at least.

Now we lose all of that, for a creator who is, at best, the most average man in comic books. I used to joke about Bendis and Brett Boothe collaborating on a comic book, and how it would be the most average comic ever created. People across the world would say “yep, that’s what a comic looks like”. Saddly that joke is no longer as funny now. I know several people who are excited about this book, but I am not one of them. Mostly in part to my introduction to Bendis. It was with Ultimate Spider-Man #1. I was excited to see Miles Morales, and actually bought the book (rare for me, still to this day). While I enjoyed it, I could not get past the 4 page spread in the back by Bendis that ultimately just talked about how visionary Bendis is. This self gratuitous act only struck me as arrogant and stuck up. He didn’t change my mind when he decided to add ‘Jessica Jones Created by BMB’ on every Jessica Jones book of the new run (and in Deffenders). Something I don’t think you need to do when you are writing the book! Bottom line, he as always screamed arrogance. I am afraid that will bleed into the character of Superman. Who should not be portrayed as such. I am also concerned about the family dynamic. We have had a nice few years with Lois and Clark back as a couple, and I really don’t want his “sweeping line wide changes” to change that or to impact Jonathan Kent in any big way. The fact that Super Sons is ending, is not indicating otherwise.

Ultimately time will tell where Bendis’ tenure in Metropolis lands, but I am not excited about it. I am planning on getting several of the variants for Action 1000 both the Allred and Bermejo covers look awesome. But I will miss the Supergirl title, especially the awesome Lau covers we have gotten the last half a year. What do you feel about Bendis on Superman?

Top of the Stack

It’s Wednesday! That means new comic books are out. Last week saw a minimal amount of books as is common with a 5th Wednesday in a month. Today kicked off the December month in grand fashion. I will detail what I enjoyed this week.

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Archie #26

Archie is the comic I look forward to most every month. In the turn of a page I can go from laughing to weeping. I cannot overstate my emotional attachment to this book enough. I am often left in tears. This issue was no different. Delivering a devastating punch at the end of the book, that no doubt will make me sob in a months time. Mark Waid is bolstered this arc by the wonderful art of Audrey Mok, whose interiors harken back to Veronica Fish’s excellent work in the second volume. I have long loved Mok’s work, and seeing her go from the equally outstanding Josie and the Pussycats book to Archie proper has been fantastic. I just regret that Archie Comics cancelled their Team Betty/Veronica shirts they solicited a year ago. I want my shirt! #TeamVeronica

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Batman #36

I strayed away from Batman for quite some time in the New 52, the repetitive use of the Joker by Scott Snyder made me weary of the book and I never concluded the run, I was to overwhelmed. As Tom King took over as apart of Rebirth, I was skeptical. The first few volumes failed to grab my attention. However once he got to the I Am Bane arc, I was sold. Afterwords it has become clear that King has been seeding things he can draw on for several arcs to come. With wedding bells ringing in the distance it is time for Batman to get his affairs together. He first “talked” with Talia as we saw the rest of the Bat-Family react to the news. The new “Superfriends arc” will allow Tom King to play with the Superman family (that has been excellently written by Peter Tomasi) and how Clark reacts to the news. What ensues is one of the funniest Batman stories I have read in years. As both men struggle to express their feelings. It is familiar from Batman, but new to experience from Superman. However it was Lois and Selena who stole the show. Egging their respective paramours along, until the fun conclusion to the book. I hope the rest of this arc is as fun as it started. It’s always nice for a bit of levity in a Batman book.

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Batman: White Knight #3

Sean Murphy has long been one of my favorite creators in the industry. When he announced this story, I was naturally very excited. To say this book has been exceptional so far would be an understatement. Outside of Tom Kings Mister Miracle series, I would say this is the greatest super hero book on the shelf. Batman is edgy and off kilter, while Dick and Babs struggle to understand his motives. I newly sane Joker (Jack) has set about ending the Batman’s destructive reign in Gotham. This issue continues with the twist from last months issue. Do not read on if you have not finished Batman: White Knight #2.

The two Harley Quinn reveal really blew my mind. Learning that the Original Harley Quinn had left Joker right around the time of the Jason Todd murder, and a newer, legitimately crazy woman slipped right in to play the roll. Murphy gets to make a jab at modern Harley in the process. Making the original costume Harley the real deal. She isn’t crazy, she is just crazy in love. The other woman is literally insane and in love with the idea of being crazy. Murphy effectively redeems the last 6 years of Harley Quinn. As a reader, I did not think that was possible. Seeing a bright, fun, intelligent, and not overly sexualized Harley has been a sight to see. I look forward to her involvement through the rest of the series. I had forgotten that Harley Quinn could be a redeemable character.

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Klaus: Crisis in Xmasville #1

Finally, let’s talk about Klaus. Grant Morrison is a genius. He always has been. In Klaus he satirizes hyper dark/violent style of the Dark Knight Returns. But with Santa. Since the series’ launch a year ago, it has had a one shot every December. This year is Crisis in Xmasville. Where a small town run by a corrupt soda company has kidnapped and brainwashed travelers into becoming an army of hypnotized evil santa’s. Enter Klaus, the real life Santa, who arrives to beat some sense into the villainous foes. The story is goofy, funny, and delightfully poignant. The art from Dan Mora is also a treat. If you haven’t seen his work before, it’s a must see. His panel design is top notch, and he perfectly blends the fun and grit that Morrison writes into the book.

Well these are my favorite books of the week, what did you enjoy?

On the Stack

It’s that time of the week again, it’s time for me to discuss my comic book top 5! Additionally any other books worth mentioning for being great in quality (or not so great) will also get name dropped here.

5. Superman Unchained #6 was another solid issue. While I felt the plot did little to amaze me, the book is still well paced and wonderfully drawn. This issue has two big moments, the first being Batman and Wonder Woman coming to Superman’s aid. The second, and most importantly, this issue (as have all the previous) features a kick ass Lois Lane. So far it’s been Lois who has stolen the show so far in the book. So nothing special, but was another solid outing for a book ending all too soon.

4. The Shadow continues to surprise me on a month to month basis. For me, it’s the little book that could. With an all star writer like Chris Roberson at the helm and a visual artist like Timpano on board the book has come alive with energy. This issue is from the perspective of a man from The Shadow’s past. Now destitute and bitter about the world, he reflects on his life as he kills to survive. The final scene has him confront The Shadow, to which The Shadow goes into his normal spiel, what made this exceptional was the contrast between the two men. Both so similar and both became lost. One sought to find hope while the other swore it off.

3. Animal Man #29 was heartwarming and incredibly well done. The book featured an excellent farewell to one of the best books DC published every month, and definitely tugged at the heartstrings. From Lemire’s hand drawn cover to the last panel of the book. This book was stunning, and provides yet another reason why it truly is a shame to have it yanked from us so soon.

2. Batman and Aquaman #29 was a book packed to the brim with energy, drama, and action. The confrontation with Aquaman at the beginning is playful yet serious, and is exactly how I feel both of them would interact given the situation. We see Batman still struggling with his grief, and Aquaman enraged by the injustice’s committed upon the pod of whales. Gleason especially does a great job at bringing the horror of the whale carcasses to life, and seeing how both men interact with the scene. The finale is explosive, with a very active Ra’s almost getting caught by the Dark Knight. Though he escaped, Batman must now turn to yet another hero, Wonder Woman, to help him in the next leg of his journey to recover Damian’s body.

1. Finally the most stellar issue of the week was Wonder Woman #29. Now nearing the end of their prolific run on the title, Azzarello and Chiang produce what has become a common theme for the book, awesome single issues. Nearly every month Wonder Woman consistently shocks and amazes me in a way that no other book on the shelf does at this moment. This issue features a slew of status quo changes including the restoration of Hera’s powers, the return of the Amazon’s, and Wonder Woman finally accepting her role as Goddess of War. I’m sure Azzarello and Chiang have quite an explosive finale in the works, and have no doubt that it will be spectacular.

Until the next time, what was your favorite book this week?

Rn

Ravingnerd Reviews: Metallo #1

Sholly Fisch and Will Conrad are certainly not strangers to DC, with Fisch being quite familiar with the New 52 Superman. The New 52 Metallo was introduced in Morrison’s first volume of Action Comics, but has been missing ever since then. Fisch and Conrad let us discover just what Metal-Zero has been doing since then. Well nothing, he’s in a three year coma. Given Corben’s relationship with both Sam and Lois Lane’s, it isn’t hard to imagine Lane treating him like a son. It is this sense of nurturing that gives Corben his Kryptonite heart. Which of course leaves the question, how much man is left? Here is what I liked about the issue.

1. Seeing Sam Lane genuinely care about someone was both refreshing and weird.
2. This Corben is a little better equipped than previous versions.
3. The distinction between John Corben, Metal-Zero, and Metallo, is an excellent road map of the characters fall from grace.

Rating before reading: 6
Rating after reading: 5

There is a lot going for this book, but it lacks anything that makes it a tremendous read. While not bad by any means, it is plagued by multiple problems with both continuity and story. First, once Metallo attempts to kill Sam Lane in revenge, he mentions wanting to kill Superman. Lane replies that he’s missing or dead, implying that the events of Trinity War have already happened. Yet the end of the issue see’s him courted by the Secret Society, and he is very prominently featured in the fold out page from Forever Evil #1. This either means there is a lengthy bit of time between Trinity War and Forever Evil, or that DC didn’t care about making it fit anywhere. Most all the excellent books have made it clear what time their stories take place, the best of which often interacts with Forever Evil in someway. Metallo does none of these things, and instead leaves readers confused. In addition to that, though the read is fine, there is nothing that grabs the readers attention. This book just is, aside from Conrad’s art, the book has nothing that keeps us wanting to turn the page, a mark of a poor book indeed.

This book could have done so much to flesh out the character, and the interesting history he has with the Lane’s but instead focuses on the wrong things. We see nothing of what made Corben into the man he was, only him willfully and gleefully murdering as Metal-Zero and later Metallo. There isn’t a clear reasoning behind any of his actions, and its conflict with Forever Evil makes you want to skip this book entirely.

So while I’m a fan of both the creators on this book, their missteps on this book were one too many to forgive.

Until the next time,

Rn

Life of a Nerd, Issue 7

Hello all. Today I will discuss my nerdy thoughts for the day.

First. I keep wondering who I would want to serve under if I was in Starfleet. If I had my pick of Captains, who would I want to serve under? What position would I want to have? I no for sure that I would not want to work under Captain Archer or Janeway. They faced the most danger and had the least capable staffs. Whilst I love Deep Space 9, the terrible fate that befell many members of the crew does not suit me. No, I would rather serve on the Enterprise. Whether that be under Kirk or Picard I have not determined.

Next. On a more personal note. I have dreams about finding a girl who is feisty, spirited, intelligent, kind, and of course beautiful. In short, Lois Lane. No longer the damsel in distress from the 40’s. No, she is one of the most well written characters and she doesn’t even have powers. I know there’s someone out there like that. And I know the Clark Kent in me will win her over. Because Clark gets the girl. Always.

Next, a less personal point. Doctor Who celebrates it’s anniversary next year. And I am excited about the possibilites that it could bring. And while I have been relatively uninsipired by Moffat’s DW, I am hoping some level of crossover will be seen. Doctor fans deserve it. Not random confusing senseless things like the entire 6th series.

Well, that’s it. Star Trek, Lois Lane, and Doctor Who. Pretty good topics, discussed pretty fast. And tomorrow’s wednesday. Until the next time. Live long and prosper.

Rn