The Secret Origin storyline being run within the Green Lantern issues reached its fourth part this month. Being written by Geoff Johns, you can pretty much expect a good story, and so far, heâ€™s been really hitting the mark. It was interesting to see, what essentially is a â€œYear Oneâ€ storyline done within the pages of Green Lantern. Add on to that the total ret-conning that he is doing for the upcoming Blackest Night storyline in GL, and you have a gem of a series. Or so you would think.
or, oh thank the green fields, they FINALLY brought back Nick! I donâ€™t ask for a lot out of my comic books. In reality, it is pretty simple; non-powered heroes kicking the sh!t out of powered bad and good guys alike. Iâ€™m one of those who like the Batman plethora of good guys over, say, Green Lantern or Supes. So, with my excitement level already built up for Marvelâ€™s Secret Invasion, you can imagine how stoked I finally was to see the return of one of my favorite ever super-heroes; Nick Fury! Thatâ€™s right boys and girls, the eye-patched ex-director
or, three issues later and there are still no â€œsave Laylaâ€ plans A new month of comics dawns and I get to return to one of my favorites, X-Factor. But, as the sub-heading suggests, I am a little troubled at the lack of â€œLaylaâ€ that Iâ€™m finding in these issues (though, she at least got a mention this time around). That being said, I canâ€™t help but love this comic. X-Factor arenâ€™t overly fond of authority, and that is just the way I like it