Here’s what we reviewed in comics this week that you might want to check out:
Teen Titans #38
It was painful seeing Damian enter purgatory, be exposed to a connection he cannot indulge in yet. Seeing Djinn affected him, but he realized at that point he couldn’t give up. Teen Titans #38 is a great showcase of perseverance, forgiveness, and sacrifice. The Teen Titans and Roundhouse work off their redemption as Damian is being seduced by his evil twin.
Legion of Super Heroes #3
The main question I have is the importance of Damian Wayne and the deep isolation the Legion of Heroes has towards Batman. Granted, if you think about it, when Batman knows about anything all of a sudden he knows about everything. Yet the discomfort and need to bring him back seems like something that Superman missed.
Iron Man 2020 #1
Iron Man 2020 is set in a not so different world filled with corporations and conflict, but this version of 2020 is teeming with artificial intelligence and ethically questionable creations. Fully expect to do some double takes when you see Iron Man blast what looks like humans into oblivion.
Rainbow Rowell will always be at or near the top of my list of comic book writers who have a firm grasp of writing proper relationship dynamics. While this fact cannot be denied, sometimes that’s just not enough, which is where I found myself after turning the final page. It was the Gert and Matthew show majority of this somewhat forgettable issue.
What books did you check out this week that we didn’t cover? Hit us in the comments or on our social media!