I'm certainly looking forward to reading what’s available for this series and for what’s to come, this has re kindled my liking for Deadpool and has truly reminded me why i love reading Spider-Man mash-up Comic Series.
Roughly once a month I take a look at the upcoming releases and I get giddy with glee, for possibly my favorite ongoing series. That is none other than Paper Girls of course, from the excellent storytelling to the very distinctive art style. I never seem to walk away from an issue with any disappointment, it seems to have the perfect mix in each one, just leaving me at the end to want even more.
With the story coming to a bit of a hang, we find Wonder Woman joining Superman in the battle of Doomsday. One has to wonder, will all of the threads going on in this arc payoff in the end? Was rehashing the Doomsday fight in the new line really a good idea?
How to Drain Your Dragon! Yet another hilarious installment of I Hate Fairyland from Skottie Young. With the super adorable art you have come to expect and the dialogue that delivers in ways you never thought it could.
In yet another story of old continuity Superman facing a familiar foe we learn of Eradicators new found mission. Does trusting this new Eradicator end up paying off for Superman? Tomasi and Gleason deliver another great chapter in Son of Superman Part Three.
I am Gotham Part Three. Are Gotham and Gotham Girl the true heroes Gotham needs? With this being King's first foray into Batman, there have been a lot of questions. Can he live up to Snyder's run? Should he even have to? With this issue, King gives a definitive answer, in my mind, to all of the doubt.
In all, I am still interested in the story and will keep on reading. However, I really hope we start to get some answers and the story begins to move along at a faster pace.
Having read most of the DC Rebirth titles out there, I have to say this is contention for my favorite title out right now. I can’t wait to see where this goes, plus the cliffhanger at the end has me foaming at the mouth to see what happens next.
As with most annuals, Spider-Gwen is filled with new stories from different creative teams. All of them being tons of fun to read and very lighthearted in nature. Touching on pop culture, social, and paradoxes this is just an all around fun read.
We return to the Superman most of us knew and loved, both in form and action.