Friday, May 5, 2017

CRJ #023 - April 2017

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #023

April 2017

So what comics did Professor Alan read during April? How many were Rebirth books? How many were for the upcoming epic epic epic Quarter-Bin #100? How many featured the (original) World's Greatest Detective? How many were based on the works of one of the greatest literary minds in history?

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  1. I bought a couple of those HB/DC x-overs, myself (AS/JQ & BG/Flintstones), and while enjoyable, found the back-up previews of the new Top Cat & Jetsons more so.

    This is a poor attitude, I know, but despite liking each intro, I don't expect to pick up the titles, at least right away in single issue form - the fact a comic title as consistently excellent as Russell's & Pugh's Flintstones can't survive in today's market, makes me a little gun shy & pessimistic about the line's future titles.

    I may 'trade-wait' Jetsons, Top Cat & Snagglepuss.

    Still, I anticipate the forthcoming DC/Warner Bros. specials - Jonah Hex/Yosemite Sam, indeed!

  2. Thank you for that comment, Mark.

    The fact that it has taken WB this long to figure out that crossing over some of their non-DC Comics into the DCU is a good idea ... let's just say it's about time.