Natalie’s Wednesday in Comics 7/13/2016

Wednesday is the best day of the week!  It looks like I won’t be getting anything but DC books for the foreseeable future…  I can’t commit to putting anything else on pulls at the moment.  This week I got:

  • Nightwing Rebirth #1 – 100% Loved it.
  • The Flash #2 – Ok, that was a strange turn of events but I’m into it.
  • Wonder Woman #2 – Enjoying this even though it’s yet another origin retelling.
  • Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps Rebirth #1 – Ummm… I feel a bit lost with this one.  I just haven’t read many Green Lantern books the last 5 years or so…  Looks promising but I may need to invest in back issues.
  • New Super-Man #1 – 😦 Had no real expectations for this but ended up not liking it much.
  • Detective Comics #936 – So/So stuff.  Moderately interesting but I don’t like Batwoman.
  • Action Comics #959 – Wow!  Now that was action packed.  Some really nice page layouts too.
  • Wacky Raceland #2 – Ugg.  Dick’s story was… upsetting.  Do not like.

Now getting down to actually ranking them in the order that I enjoyed them this week; it was easy to pick the top and the bottom book but a lot harder to decide on the others.

Natalie’s Comic Rankings for 7/13/2016

  1. Nightwing Rebirth #1
  2. Action Comics #959
  3. Wonder Woman #2
  4. The Flash #2
  5. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps Rebirth #1
  6. Detective Comics #936
  7. New Super-Man #1
  8. Wacky Raceland #2
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9 thoughts on “Natalie’s Wednesday in Comics 7/13/2016

    1. I knew that I would probably like Flash and Nightwing but was a little surprised at how much I liked Wonder Woman. I’ve been thinking about picking up the New 52 run and reading it.

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      1. I read Wonder Woman before New 52, but I didn’t read the New 52 run. One of the women at my LCS did and she hated it. She kept me up-to-date on it and it didn’t sound in any way appealing, especially what the Finchers, who took over the book at some point, did to Donna Troy. I was expecting to like the Rebirth Wonder Woman because Greg Rucka is an excellent writer who writes wonderful female characters.

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