Bending space just got a whole lot more interesting If you havenâ€™t read the first two issues of Jeff Smithâ€™s RASL, stop reading right now, call or visit your local comic shop, and beg your shop keeper to get you those precious issues.Â Without them, your life is not complete.Â Okay, so maybe Iâ€™m exaggerating just a bit, but the fact remains, RASL proves that indie titles can be good, and sometimes even awesome.
In last weekâ€™s review of Robin #174, I wondered what was going to happen with the Tim/Stephanie/Robin/Spoiler relationship now that Stephanie has returned to Gotham City from her sojourn in Africa. The Robin/Spoiler special released this past week from DC Comics clears up some of those unanswered questions.
or, Geoff Johns, the Master of the RetCon Green Lantern #30 was highly anticipated in the Hill household, as I would get to see part 2 of what I believe to be a 3 part origin story, and it didnâ€™t disappoint. Beautiful artwork, beautiful storytelling, and just the right amount of twist to give the story a new breath of fresh air. Now donâ€™t get me wrong, the Green Lantern origin story is one of the greatest there is. It is simple, uncomplicated; Abin Sur crashes, Hal Jordan is brave. What more do you want? But the GL origin story