Awesome. I bought old progs in the past, but now I just subscribe and buy the Judge Dredd Complete Case Files and Restricted Case Files instead.
This is okay so far.
I just started subscribing to this.
This is quite good, I enjoy what Geoff Johns has done with the character.
This title takes after the movie Universe somewhat, and is heavy on the Thanos; meaning I have to read it :P
I don't ordinarily care for Spider-Man titles much; but this has been good. It's campy without being childish and the team-up aspect helps to prevent Spider-Overdose.
Solid, especially for the price.
The art was great, though the story was really confusing at first. And now they took the great artist off...and it's only slightly less confusing. I might be dropping this book, despite the fact that I kind of like how frickin' hot LezBats is.
Along with Iron Man and Spider-Man Daredevil has to be one of the characters I am least interested in; but I decided to give it a shot based on how many people were pulling it.
I personally do not care about any of the original FF or Spider-Man. I read this book pretty much exclusively for Doom, Galactus and Silver Surfer appearances. Damn you Marvel, putting good characters into lame team books *cough* Apocalypse/X-Men *cough*
See 'Fantastic Four'.
This has been great, following Sinestro and Hal; it's basically unbroken from the last Green Lantern arc. That's kind of annoying as a continuity issue, but the story is great.
This title has had it's ups and downs, but it's never been bad!
I bought the back issues, it's tie-in with Green Lantern and GLC makes me want to read up on it. Also, I love that they've added Carol Ferris as their Star Sapphire; she is hot!
Loeb had made this title sadly unreadable, but once his gonzo out-of-nowhere ass was removed from writing duties this became one of my most-read titles.
I love this title. It loses a bit of momentum when the Hulks are combined, though I love that it's told straight through the Hulk's perspective. Frankly, I wouldn't have minded if Banner had stayed dead. I read the book for Jade Jaws, not the angsty 90lb weakling. That said, Professor Hulk is the best Hulk. Maybe the latest arc will lead us back in that wonderful 90's direction.
This is another reluctant read, as I have a long-standing hatred for Tony, but I can't fault the book.
Probably the weakest Beyond title, but not bad. Worth 99 cents a week.
Needs more Dr. Fate or something.
Why I Read This: Mon-El. Brainiac.
The guilty will be punished.
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?
Bought this based on the title alone.
I've been giving all of Dynamite's pulp titles a try. Unlike the Shadow, this is set in the modern day.
There's only one more issue of this, but it's on my pull list!
Better than I expected.
Dr. Quinn is the best.
I have to buy this, even though it has been MEH.
Looking forward to Kenneth Rocafort on the art, but Scott Lobdell? Meh.
The best beyond series.
This book continues the awesome Alan Moore run in some ways, but it is also a return to the lethal Supreme - which is fine by me!
I have always been a big fan of Alan Moore's run on Swamp Thing, and the New 52 version is selling quite well; looking forward to reading it.
Looking forward to this title!
This is awesome. The only Diana I've been able to read.
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