It’s Batman week again. To allow my column to focus on comic books that aren’t Batman, I have given Batman #16 its own review.
Now, in order to drum up excitement for non-Batman titles, I have fashioned this column after a tabloid, complete with eye-catching scandals. Ahem.
Avengers Assemble #11 is hilarious. At no point are you worried for these characters’ safety—you just want them to keep talking, because Kelly Sue DeConnick has latched onto the core of their personalities and what makes interaction between them so entertaining. Case in point: before being forced to take the naked walk of shame down the street in New York, Tony Stark and Bruce Banner are ordered (by Carol Danvers) to “drop their pants”. The ensuing panel is priceless, as Banner throws up his hands in confusion while Stark simply goes straight for his fly without asking for an explanation. »
- Holly I.
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