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Tuesday, October 21, 2003

The Week in Comics -- Or weak, perhaps. Not much of interest on my radar this week, and they're all from DC:

AUG030170 BATMAN #620 $2.25
AUG030238 OUTSIDERS #5 $2.50
AUG030258 PLANETARY #17 $2.95
AUG030261 SLEEPER #10 (MR) $2.95
AUG030266 WILDCATS VERSION 3.0 #15 (MR) $2.95

The good news is that a majority of these are big favourites of mine; I'm on the fence about picking up Batman but have heard generally good things and "Hush," for all its flaws, did whet my appetite for a good, regular Batman read. Outsiders completely lost my interest with last month's fill-in art by the slick-but-lifeless ChrisCross, so we'll see if my love of Tom Raney's art can sustain my flagging interest in the book. Now, Sleeper, Planetary and Wildcats are three of DC's best titles right now, so even though it's a light week, it's a substantial one in that regard.


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