It still amazes me with all the time they have, they still get continuity errors like GA and Chloe still stuck in Metropolis. Just so Smallville. I am going with Zod or Brainiac just for them to draw someone who was on the show. If not them, than Sinestro with a hoodie. Jesus Christ, Clark, way to curse your friend on the way out. Why not tell just come out and call him Sloppy Seconds.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
Originally posted by Mike Zeidler*Is that still the plan? Monthly reprints compiling the digital issues?
A quick check of the new www.dccomics.com indicates that the first three issues of Smallville Season 11 will be available in actual printed comic book form on May 2nd for $3.99. It's listed at 48 pages so there should be some extra material.
“@ZackRyder: @CMPunk She played me bro” I got your back.
Originally posted by lotjxIf not them, than Sinestro with a hoodie.
ROFL. That would be very Smallville yes.
I wasn't sold after the first part, but #2 and #3 sucked me in. The interaction between Lois and Clark at home was spot on, and the action was good too.
I will think about picking up the printed version, though that might mean I won't continue with the digital.
On a side note, I hadn't tried the DC app (for my Android) until Smallville came out. While it looks and works the same as the Marvel one (both based on comixology's?) I really like that I could read the stuff I downloaded without being online with my phone. This is one of the reasons I hardly use the Marvel app.
I'm not sure how many fans of Indy comics are out there, but has anybody else gotten around to reading anything from Burlyman? I know of two titles so far, Doc Frankenstein and The Shaolin Cowboy, and both are pretty, um, interesting.