Alright, I still haven't had a chance to catch up on my sleep from HeroesCon, so I'm going to make this brief. In exchange, I will write the hell out of this week's Archie Sunday post (which I swear will actually happen this week).
Listen Daredevil. Here's what you need to do: You have to start with the man in the mirror, and ask him to change his ways. Trust me, man, no message will be any clearer.
Matt Murdock's life continues to suck in an epic way. His wife is crazy, he's working with Kingpin, he has Lady Bullseye on his ass, he's cheated on his wife with Dakota, and now he's been fired. He's so depressed he isn't even shaving anymore. His only friend in the world is a big fat crime boss who talks to ghosts and hates his guts.
And yet this is still one of the best comics on the stands.
Wolverine: Weapon X #3
Guns that shoot cancer!
This issue wraps up what has basically been the romance portion of the Zorro story. Based on some sneak peeks I saw of the next story arc (with art by Francesco Francavilla), the next part of the story is going to be darker and maybe have more action. But I have enjoyed every issue of Zorro so far. The first trade finally came out last week, and I encourage people to check it out.
So, wait, Mon-El isn't gay now? He's flying around the world meeting heroes and villains and smooching ladies? Man, that handsome guy at the café back in Metropolis is gonna be disappointed.
Green Lantern #42
I love that the Orange Lantern guy is basically just a horrible nerdy collector.
Patsy Walker Hellcat TP
I'm pretty excited that Marvel decided to collect this mini-series into a trade. Kathryn Immonen, who will soon be writing Runaways (yay!) really did a great job writing an extremely underused Marvel character. And David Lafuente provided some really nice art.
[EDIT: Kathryn Immonen's first issue of Runaways actually came out this week. I just picked it up. This is what happens when you send your husband to pick up your comics for you...you miss stuff).