• All-New Wolverine #7 (decent, but I'm not into Squirrel Girl at alll for whatever reason).
• Doctor Strange #7 (still interesting, but not captivating)
• Doctor Strange Last Days of Magic #1 (A good look at everything going on)
• Drax #6 (another space romp)
• Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur #6 (Interesting wrap-up. I'm willing ta give it one more shot)
• Ms. Marvel #6 (Absolutely. Fucking. Wonderful.)
• Star-Lord #6 (really damn splendidly done)
• Ultimates #6 (Always fun to look at a universal thought experiment)
• Venom Space Knight #6 (I friggin' LOVE this comic)
• Star Wars #18 (fairly interesting)
• Harley Quinn #27 (Iiiiinteresting)
• Rick & Morty #13 (classic twisted Rick & Morty)
• TMNT #57… was delayed a week.
• Bill & Ted Go to Hell #3/4 (fun and great cliffhanger)
So, I read "Ultimates" #6, and -- ugh -- this book should be one of the best things out there in a long time. How is Ewing messing this up so badly while writing it so well?
At this point, he's not only using "omniverse" and "multiverse" interchangeably, but "universe" as well! He even has Galactus outright refer to Eternity as the embodiment of all universes (i.e. either the multiverse or omniverse, depending on the minute here) only to -- a moment later -- depict a flashback in which the Eternity that Galan of Taa merged with (to become Galactus) referred to himself as the embodiment of the universe.
Amidst these errors in the foundation of the concepts he's working with, though, there were some really on-point explorations of Lord Chaos and Master Order, and wonderful work with Galactus's personality. The Molecule Man scene was awesome too.
Let me wax appropriately philosophical for this book: This good book by Al Ewing deserves a better Al Ewing than the Al Ewing it got.
• All-New X-Men #9 (More fun time travel)
• Guardians of the Galaxy #8 (REALLY awesome & superb action)
• Guardians of Infinity #6 (Ok, but the after comic though... is there ANOTHER Phoenix now?)
• Ultimates #7 (Interesting development)
• Uncanny Inhumans #8 (decent backstory)
• Venom Space Knight #7 (Just. Fucking. Perfect).
• Web Warriors #7 (Fucking GLORIOUS. Oh my gods)
• Darth Vader #20 (quite possibly the best Star Wars comic to date. Daaaaamn).
• Batman & TMNT #6/6 (and excellent conclusion)
• Gang of Harley's #2/6 (quite the cliffhanger)
• TMNT #58 (quite the intense development with Leatherhead).
• Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers #3 (still so good)
• Pacific Rim: Tales from the Drift #4 (a solid wrap up)
• Dr. Strange #8 (still interesting, but the lack of continuity is getting a bit odd)
• Drax #7 (still damn fun)
• Extraordinary X-Men #10 (still a really good arc)
• Mighty Thor #7 (a good transition back into the main plot)
• Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur #7 (A cool twist, but I think I'm done following it)
• Ms Marvel #7 (Classic Ms Marvel, but with Miles too)
• Totally Awesome Hulk #6 (still absolutely totally awesome)
• Uncanny Inhumans #9 (t'was ok)
• Weirdworld #6 (a sudden and abrupt conclusion)
• Anakin & Obi-Wan #5 (a damn cool ending for their character development)
• Star Wars #19 (decent connection to the annual)
• Monstress #6 (a pretty interesting development)
• Orphan Black Helsinki #5
• Bill & Ted Go To Hell #4 (a most bodacious finale)
• Rick & Morty #14 (classically excellent Rick & Morty)
• Steven Universe & the Crystal Gems #2 & 3
I'm reading the 70's Tomb of Dracula comic. Was reading some reviews that highly recommended it, and I have a friend with the first Omnibus, so I'm checking it out. Haven't gotten far enough to have much of an opinion on the work as a whole, but I'm enjoying it so far.
Totally pissed that Harley's Little Black Book didn't come out today like it was supposed to. I guess DC's concentrating so much on the Rebirth series that some others are getting pushed back, including the double issue rerelease of Harley Quinn. Ugh.
I did walk away with a few good ones that I've been meaning to pick up though!
Got the first issue of Romulus by Image today. I've only gotten halfway through it (very busy day!) but it's pretty good so far!
Also picked up the first issue of Another Castle from Oni Press at work. The variant cover caught my eye, and further research on the store's computer told me it's a wacky spin on the damsel in distress trope, hence the title.