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Monday, February 23, 2004


The Week in Comics -- Here's a concise rundown of prominent new releases arriving in stores Wednesday, February 25th 2004.


FUSED #3 $2.99 -- Oh, hell. Somehow I missed #2. My review of #1 is here.

MICHAEL CHABON PRESENTS ADVENTURES OF THE ESCAPIST #1 $8.95 -- I don't have any advanced info about this, but you can read my take on the novel that inspired it here. (And a big THANK YOU to the Simply Comics gang for hosting my Comic Book Galaxy archives, you guys seriously rock).


CAPER #5 (Of 12) (MR) $2.95 -- The story shoots forward a few decades -- my Caper #1-4 review is here.

CATWOMAN #28 $2.50 -- I love Ed Brubaker's writing, I truly do. I find myself waiting for Paul Gulacy to grow on me on this title, however.

COUP D'ETAT AUTHORITY #4 (Of 4) (MR) $2.95 -- I'm not sure what it would take for this issue to convince me that The Authority is currently worth reading, but this four-issue crossover has been pretty entertaining up to now. I am curious to see where it goes in this final issue.


TOM STRONG #25 $2.95 -- Is this the much-dreaded Geoff Johns issue? I really wish, with the benefit of hindsight, that the ABC titles had been exclusively written by Alan Moore. No one was as kind to his babies as he was.


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