Friday, December 09, 2005

Which 12/7 Books Do You Have No Snark For?

Which books that came out this Wednesday do you have absolutely zero snark for?

Me, I would have to say that the book that came out this week that I have absolutely zero snark for would have to be Hard Time Season Two #1.

I thought that it was a really good reintroduction to the main protagonist, and Brian Hurtt's art is always amazing, so that goes a long ways to making the snark disappear!!

How about you folks?


Blogger Rick said...

I wasn't sure if I should post a separate entry or just comment here, anyway I've got no snark for these books:

Optic Nerve #10 - I like the relational and racial themes being explored here. It is personal, well-written, and the art is great too.

Gotham Central #38 - The last arc of this book is looking to be huge. Naysayers be damned, I like Rucka on this book and this issue is proof of his brilliance. Some of the events may get fans angry, but the writing / art won't be faulted by me.

Marvel Team-Up #15 - Fast-paced, big action, and tons of fun. This start of the League Of Losers arc was brilliant, and everyone should pick it up. Kirkman is a genius.

Marvel Zombies #1 - Speaking of Kirkman, this book was hilarious. A twisted, zombie filled world of Marvel heroes complete with fantastic and numerous one-liners.

I was looking forward to Hard Time Season Two, but my LCS didn't get any copies in (funny, since I pre-ordered it). I should be getting a copy in a couple weeks.

12/10/2005 9:09 AM  
Blogger James Meeley said...

My list:

Marvel Team-Up #15

Ultimate Spider-Man #87

Boneyard #20

12/10/2005 3:16 PM  
Blogger Ragnell said...

Mister Miracle #2
Jonah Hex #2
Gotham Central #38

12/11/2005 12:25 AM  
Blogger Mo Soar said...

Out of the 8 I wrote about, I only managed to be snark free about:

Hatter M #1, which I enjoyed as quirky and odd;

Battle Hymn #5 (of 5). Yes, it was sad and depressing, but I enjoyed the miniseries anyway.

12/12/2005 1:17 PM  
Blogger joncormier said...

Jonah Hex #2. I have little time for anything but work these days. I figured number 2 would be like the first issue and complete the story in a single issue. Very cool for us time-crunching idiots.

12/12/2005 1:17 PM  

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