It’s packed with great segments, and it’s a doozy, so here’s a guide for those who’d like to savor it slowly until next month. 32 more words
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Batgirl: Death of the Family, Gail Simone, Daniel Sampere
There’s a lot of individual elements I like in this book — Barbara’s bravery, her struggles with her anger at the people who put her in a wheelchair, her sheer ferocious intelligence (and yet she spends so much time punching her way through problems, sigh), some of the family issues that are brought up… But where it ties in with the other Batfamily books, it feels clumsy. 75 more words
Last week, I bought a tablet after spending a number of weeks weighing up the pros and cons of the purchase. Among the cons were price, value for money, the time I’d inevitably waste on it, and a number of other good, practical thoughts based around the fear that I probably had better things to do with my time and money. 1,399 more words
Simone, Byrne, DeCastro, Campos and Albert conclude the Queen of Fables story in Action 834 (Feb. 06).
Clark is concerned when there is no sign of Lois, and goes to check to see if Perry knows her whereabouts, but finds the editor under the spell of the Queen of Fables. 112 more words
Simone, Byrne and DeCastro are joined by Stucker and Rapmund as the Queen of Fables returns, after her adventure against the JLA a few years earlier. 107 more words