Uh, how long has it been since Menace went to jail? There's no way she's that far along in a pregnancy. I'm also finding it hilarious that Harry cares so much as to join up with his father and Menace when he doesn't give two Flying Graysons about his other son, Normie.
Avengers: The Initiative #24
The big Taskmaster moment for this issue was just the already-known-by-solicits information that he would take over the Initiative. Yawn. I thought we'd see him doing something awesome, like his numerous team ups with Deadpool or the recent fights with Moon Knight.
Gotham Gazette: Batman Alive #1
Cheesecake aside, shouldn't Viki Vale piecing together the Bat-family's identities be big news? Doesn't seem like anyone is talking about it and it's been relegated to a random backup story in a series of one-shots.
Green Lantern #41
Sinestro's heading to Zamaron to take on the Star Sapphires. With what's going on in Green Lantern Corps, why isn't there any mention of Mongul and Daxam and why isn't he planning to get back at Atrocitus? What the heck did the Zamarons and Star Sapphires ever do to Sinestro? Seems kind of random to me.
Didn't think rings worked like this. Was sure you have to die for the ring to seek out / accept a new owner.
Guardians of the Galaxy #14
Adam Warlock confirmed as Magus, his evil, purple counterpart?
This doesn't have the build up to it from the fallout of each confrontation with the two factions, but I think everyone viewing this can realize just how screwed the Guardians are right now.
Incredible Hercules #129
This page has just about everything in it that makes Incredible Hercules so good. If this page doesn't interest you in the book, I'm afraid there's no hope for you.
New Avengers #53
Take Bendis off New Avengers (you'll see a couple of reasons why I think this coming up) and put him on a Spider-Man book, stat. Or make a Luke Cage/Spider-Man team up book for him. Either works for me.
Props for the "Bucky Cap" Spidey comment. Demerits for whoever that guy in the Captain America costume is supposed to be.
Another horribly, horribly written Bucky Cap moment. Tip: Don't put him on your damn book if you don't know how to write the character. Yes, he carries a sidearm. No, he does not go around shooting people in the head, carry dozens of big guns like these ones nor wonder why other heroes don't use guns like in the previous moment.
The new Sorceror Supreme is Brother Voodoo. Three people care. I counted.
Rich is back as Nova Prime. About damn time.
Garthan Saal, the man oft mentioned as having gone insane from the stress of wielding the entirety of the Nova Force long ago, shows up alive and well to save the captured current (former?) Nova Prime from Vulcan and the Shi'ar.
Molly is awesome. I think the Storm call is my favourite.
However, Wolverine doesn't seem to share my sentiments.
Oh, that is one awesome Truth or Dare question from Karolina.
This is the Civil War "homage" scene that just brought me out of the fight with how similar it was. It's the same artist and this has nothing to do with Civil War, so I just found it really odd that it's almost the exact same pose and composition as that Cap vs Iron Man fight.
This, however, is not how that Civil War fight ended. Yeesh, this caught me off guard and was a bigger shock than the long awaited claw popping finale.
McNiven sure can draw.
Yost and Kyle should write Deadpool more. Just little one off comments like this are great. With how much Marvel is whoring Deadpool lately, they should just move him onto the X-Force team.