A week in comics is a long time:
Trials of Shazam: Oh, for goodness sake, Solomon wasn’t a god! I don’t care if that’s where they get the S in Shazam from, Solomon was a king who got his wisdom from God. And even then he stuffed things up. DO SOME RESEARCH! (There may be some DC arcana explaining this. If so, I retract.)
The Flash – Fastest Man Alive: Go on, DC, just admit it. No-one really has a clue what’s happened to Wally. You keep dropping hints that you know, but you don’t. This is what’s going to screw up Lost, you know.
Superman/Batman: Since when does Batman trust Plastic Man about as much as he trusts Lex Luthor?! Didn’t Bats fight for Plas to be on the Justice League?! Also, is it just me that’s found the last few storylines near incoherant?
Welcome to Tranquility: Gail Simone writes about a retirement community for superheroes. Love it just for the guy who’s forgot his magic word and now has to read through dictionaries in every language, just to get his powers back.
52: Pedal to the metal, racing towards the final act. I think I know how the four space heroes can take down that army of a gazillion zombies.
Justice Society of America: The first issue of the relaunch and it’s already the best team book out there.
Sigh. Looks like I’m gonna have to keep buying the things…