This week’s list of comics purchases, which is unusually small for me:
Jennifer Blood #16-17: I’d tried this series once before and found I didn’t care for it, but the wonderful Colin Smith has been an ardent supporter of it, so I thought I’d give it another shot, despite the covers of both these issues having the lead character in various states of undress. Maybe even because. I am a comic book reader, after all.
Happy #1 Marks Grant Morrison’s departure from superhero comics to the wonderful world of creator-owned work. This is, of course, not counting the work he’s still putting in for Batman Incorporated, Action Comics, Multiverse, some vaguely-promised Wonder Woman graphic novel, and probably a crossover or two.
Wolverine and the X-Men #17 tries really hard to get on my good side by pairing up a floating pile of green goop with a talking duck. Yes, I know I have weird interests.
Batman Incorporated #0 is part of Grant Morrison’s plan to “leave” superheroes.
And finally, Prophet #29, a comic I absolutely adore despite having little idea what any of it means.