So, Harry Osborn now knows Peter Parker is Spider-Man, right? Uh-uh. Next page had Harry saying he turned the see-through visor "off" and he can't see Peter's face. Forget not recognizing his best friend's voice or anything. Stuff like this is why I hate the BND status quo. They flaunt the retarded magic/no one knows who he is in your face or make other characters look like idiots to get around the whole identity reveal as if it's clever.
Batman: Streets of Gotham #2
I'd been waiting for a scene like this where Dick wouldn't recognize one of Bruce's villains and Dini did a great job with it. It definitely brought a smile to my face reading it.
For those out of the loop, Hush had surgery to make his face look like Bruce Wayne's. He had been captured before he could do anything with it, but managed to escape in this issue and promptly called a press conference to cement his place as the new Bruce Wayne. Dini has fleshed out Hush beyond words between here and his run on Detective and I'm actually looking forward to seeing where he goes with this development.
Beta Ray Bill: Godhunter #2
Entire race trying to defend their planet getting in the way of your revenge on a planet eating menace? Just infect the race with a potent virus and blackmail them by with holding the cure until they leave! This is why I love Beta Ray Bill. He's practical.
Of course, blackmailing races, infecting them with deadly viruses, blowing up their planets, etc, etc is fun and all, but not exactly the noblest of endeavours and Bill pays the ultimate price for his single minded pursuit of vengence on Galactus.
Blackest Night #1
My moment of the week. Was not expecting this at all and Scar's chowing down was the moment Blackest Night officially delivered the goods in my eyes.
Of course, while everyone saw this coming a sector away, this splashpage was still an awesome moment.
Glad Martian Manhunter didn't eat up too much space in this issue, as we already knew about his Black Lantern-ization, but it was still cool seeing him back.
This was completely unexpected. Thought Ralph and Sue Dibny were going to be fake outs and not actually become Black Lanterns, what with them being Ghost Detectives and all. Add the gore and Reis twisted renditions of both and it was another great moment from this issue.
You don't see people getting their hearts ripped out in many comics, especially an event book from Marvel or DC, so was shocked to see how much gore was on display here.
Dark Avengers #7
Wolverine (yes, I know it's Daken) on too many team jokes never get old.
Oh god, this is a lawsuit waiting to happen. "Faux News live from school shooting - comic books turn kids into killers, "news" at a 11".
YOU BASTARD! YOU DO NOT DISS THE TACOS!
To be fair, that was pretty cool.
FPS lover in me couldn't help but laugh at this one.
And if the teacher killing scene from above wasn't enough, we also get suicide for more possible public outrage.
Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers #3
I think I should be reading this book.
I really think I should be reading this book.
Mighty Avengers #27
This was Jarvis's reaction to Hank Pym's new base of operations having about a million different rooms.
Ahaha, I'm not sure if I'm supposed to be laughing this hard over him describing a team getting wiped out as, "Alpha Flighted", but I can't help it.
The doctor is in!
Mr Zsasz hasn't looked this creepy in, well, ever.