Aaron Sorkin of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes,
Hey Fandom! This was one of those fifth Wednesday things, but this time it rocked! Mainly Thanks to DC’s Hanna-Barbera specials, Booster Gold/Flintstones was the best of the four. Adam Strange fit right in with the Future Quest, Green Lantern and Space Ghost could have been separated at birth, and Suicide Squad/Banana Splits is fantastic. Also the back up stories were a treat: Jetsons, Top Cat, Snagglepuss, and Ruff ‘n’ Ready. DKIII penultimate issue was intense, Harley’s Little Black Book featuring Lobo captured that 90s Bisley magic, and the Titans Annual was super important for Donna Troy, Wonder Woman, and maybe the whole Watchmen related mystery.
Marvel’s X-Men and Inhumans Prime set the table for their new status quos. I’ve been completely sold on the X-Men’s new back to basics approach, but the Inhumans in space with Grant Morrison’s Marvel Boy has me excited too.
Rucka’s The Old Guard #2 deepened the quasi-immortal mythos. Image also has two huge collections out, both Saga volume 7 and the new Invincible. Black Mask’s Space Riders returns with Galaxy of Brutality #1. Archie Horror’s one-shot, Jughead The Hunger, is a hardcore werewolf romp. And just in time for Orlando’s biggest event this month, WrestleMania 2017 special is here!
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