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Sunday, October 26, 2003

 
The Week in Comics -- Here's what I'm expecting to pick up at the comics shop in the week ahead:

Coming Wednesday October 29th

DC COMICS

CATWOMAN #24 $2.50 -- This current "road trip" story has been very well done. Catwoman kind of falls in the shadow of Brubaker's more personal work on Sleeper but it's still great stuff and far above average for a DC title.

EMPIRE #4 (Of 6) (MR) $2.50 -- I've been pleased by how easily Waid and Kitson picked this up right where they left off, continuing to infuse the series with the same sense of peril and dread as its original, aborted incarnation. Could make a hell of a hardcover collection.

TERRA OBSCURA #5 (Of 6) $2.95 -- I'm enjoying this, a bit, but I'm fairly certain it will read better in one sitting when all is said and done. I'm having a hard time keeping track of the characters on a month-to-month basis. I like it not as much as any given Alan Moore ABC book, but better than Rick Veitch's Greyshirt mini-series, if that's any help at all.

MARVEL

HULK GRAY #2 $3.50 -- Seems like #1 came out what, two weeks ago? Well, okay, I'm ready for #2. No problem.

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