I'm a bit upset that Hawkeye #11 is not available in digital format.
I've read Green Lantern #21; It doesn't seem as tightly focused as past books, but there is a lot going on so it may just be a function of necessity.
On the DC side I only grabbed Detective comics #21 and GL#21
Marvel ended up being a big day for me even without grabbing Hawkeye
The most interesting thing to come out of age of Ultron is that
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Wolverine knows exactly how to quickly kill wolverine. Of course this happens off panel and we don't get to know how; but i really wanna know!
Avengers #13 The best way I can describe this avengers run is "interesting" Not exciting, not boring, but just kinda this is different and i'm curious to see what happens next kinda interesting.
Also, Spider-man is a consistent a dick throughout this issue.
Iron Man #11
Superior Spider-man #11 This was fun. It looks like they're finally gonna let Ock have himself a good old fashioned Spidey adventure without spending all of his time stuck in his own head.
Ultimate's #25 Shit got all kinds of weird, but the big reveal at the end is a piss poor foreshadow of the big reveal that is to come. I'm thinking "Oh my god that's _____ but blank is really ______ and yes its that obvious.
Winter Soldier #19 Sounds like they're not just ending the series here but taking Bucky out of commission for a while, you can bet they have big a big returned planned for him around the next movie.
That's not really a Spoiler; however John says he's got it. Marvel.com shows that it is available in print. I'm just annoyed. I'm currently harassing marvel on twitter for answers but to no avail. I'm absolutely stunned by how aggravated I am by this.
I don't have Hawkeye #11. When I put that list together on Wednesday mornings, it's what I intend to buy, and I only buy digital. I was confused as to the whereabouts of Hawkguy like everyone else since it's listed on Marvel.com.
(edited by John Orquiola on 5.6.13 1831) "Cody, I mustache you a question." - The Miz
It's been years since I read Astro City. Maybe over 10 years, and I only read the first 3-4 collections. I missed all The Dark Age stuff with The Silver Agent. But it really was like "coming home", because Busiek and Brent Anderson built such a real-feeling and vibrant universe. And they haven't lost a step. Everyone's been away from Astro City for a while in real life and they catch you right up on what present day Astro is like, who's there, and well... it's just great. It's awesome to read a comic book master like Busiek again.
Originally posted by CerebusNone of you are reading the fuckery that is Avengers Arena? They are killing of Marvel teens left and right there and it's terrible. They just killed off the goth Runaways girl.
I'm reading it, and I thank you greatly for that spoiler.
In the USA, the National Book Awards have been announced: Fiction: Europe Central by William T. Vollmann. Non-fiction: The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion. Poetry: Migration: New and Selected Poems by W.S. Merwin.