So, yes, I did read quite a bit more comics these last two weeks. I was really out of sorts comic-wise, but with Marvel series' coming out and a sudden taste for X-Men (read: Angel) comics, I've begun to really love them again. Sorry for the lack of pictures, they won't save correctly on my computer. Hopefully the problem will be fixed soon.
The Amazing Spider-Man (2015- )
written by Dan Slott
art by Giuseppe Camuncoli
Wasn't a huge fan. I'll admit I haven't actually read much of the Spider-verse before, so I don't know if it's the story or the character. When this series shows up on Marvel Unlimited I'll continue, but until then I'm dropping it.
Young Avengers Presents- Hulkling
It was okay. Not a huge fan of the art but I liked to see the furthering of his story-line, since it was kind of left to hang there. Everyone knows I'm a sucker for Teddy and Billy, together or apart.
Avengers (2015- )
This served as a preview to all the new Avengers series' set to launch this month and next month. Overall enjoyed it, though the story that tried to connect them all was a bit too confusing and should have been dropped.
Young Avengers Present- Wiccan and Speed
My favorite twins in the whole of comics ever. So, yeah, I enjoyed it. Though it's a bit of a prequel to Children's Crusade- I'm guessing when they brainstormed this they weren't sure that was going to exist the way it did. Nice and fun, though, again, not a huge fan of the art.
Captain Marvel (2014- )
written by Kelly Sue DeConnick
art by David Lopez
My first foray into anything entitled Captain Marvel and I think I like her. Still deciding, though. The story was okay, nothing special, but nothing stand-out, either. We'll have to wait and see.
This is actually a bit of a re-read, since I've read the first five issues several years ago. And I very much disliked them originally. But, after creeping around the Marvel website, finding a picture of Angel (one of my favorite characters, if you didn't know) I couldn't help but pick this up just to enjoy his presence. Knowing the context of the series helps a lot in making it much better, I must say.
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl
written by Ryan North
art by Erica Henderson
Sadly, not a fan. I liked some aspects, and I think she's a decent character, but I also got the feeling that they were trying really hard to make her such an odd-ball character that it worked too well and I had no way of connecting with her.
Marvel's Jessica Jones
written by Brian Michael Bendis
art by Michael Gaydos
I'm so, so, so excited for the TV series, you have no idea. This was a nice little snippet of what's to come.
Batman and Robin Eternal (2015- )
written by Tim Seeley, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV
art by Paul Pelletier, Tony Kordos, Rainier Beredo
The art is so beautiful, I wish everything was done as nicely. The story, too, is keeping me extra excited and every week I'm always hyped for the newest issue.
Doctor Strange (2015- )
written by Jason Aaron
art by Chris Bachelor
What a surprise! I didn't think I would like this one at all, based off of the first three pages or so. But then I started to fall in love. It was a little bit Harry Dresden, a little bit superhero, and a little bit something else entirely. And it was all wonderful. Coupled with the gorgeous art, I will definitely be continuing with this series.
Teen Titans (2003-2011)
written by Geoff Johns
art by Mike McKone, Marlo Alquiza, and Jeremy Cox
I still really love this series, even though this wasn't its strongest issue. It was more of a bridge than anything else.
Captain America: Sam Wilson (2015- )
written by Nick Spencer
art by Daniel Acuna
Another surprise, and another series I'll be sticking with. Sam Wilson reinvents the Captain America name and I love him so much for it. He's definitely changed the way his character will be looked at in the future.
New Avengers (2015- )
written by Al Ewing
art by Gerardo Sandoval
Any surprise that I'm reading this? (hint: no, because Teddy and Billy are in it... oh, and so is Clint.) I like it so far, though not much has happened, I'll admit. I'm eager to see where it goes. Not a fan of the art, sadly.