In May of 2010, Secret Avengers #1 debuted to a flurry of wild acclaim , all but assuring readers that the Ed Brubaker-penned series to come would be chock full of high level intrigue and a pitch perfect team dynamic.
If you happen to be a fan of one particular Bronze Age DC Comics character (who shall remain unnamed in this review for the sake of spoiler concerns), then Brightest Day #23 may very well leave you absolutely psyched.
Though it has primarily been the beneficiary of a decade’s worth of top-notch writing by Brian Bendis, Ultimate Spider-Man certainly owes a fair portion of its success to a small, dedicated group of consistent artists.
Running parallel to the beloved Grant Morrison mega-arc that recently concluded in Batman and Robin #16, Paul Dini’s tenure writing the Dark Knight has been a solid one, despite its being comparatively overlooked.
With its monthly counterpart currently dedicated to recapturing the zany fun of eras past, it is appropriate that this week’s Action Comics Annual also bears a striking resemblance to the comics of yesteryear.