Funnybooks with Aron and Paulie: Wayne Meets Jon Schnepp!

  • Wayne made his annual pilgrimage to Metropolis, Illinois.  While there, he met Jon Schnepp – creator of the documentary THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN LIVES: WHAT HAPPENED?
  • New Video Game Announcements from E3 – Batman VR, Spider-Ma
  • Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy
  • Tyler Hoechlin cast as Superman for Supergirl S2
  • Superman #1
  • Green Lanterns #1
  • Weird Detective #1
  • Titans: Rebirth #1
  • Justice League #51
  • The Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade #1
  • Batman #1

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  1. Well, since you asked……

    I’m a new reader for Titans. Pretty much all I know about them is what I saw on the “Young Justice” animated series. More specifically, I’m a new reader to comics. I’m 51 and have never collected them outside of random trade paperbacks. I decided to try it out partly because of he relaunch with Rebirth and partly because of the $2.99 price – and then picked up more series than I intended to – Batman, Detective Comics, Superman, Action Comics, Green Arrow, Titans, Wonder Woman and Flash. I’ll probably try out Justice League and Nightwing when they start.

    For me, Titans was mostly an introduction of new characters I knew little or nothing about. I was aware of Nightwing and a few others but only very little. On that level, it works very well. Wally goes and finds his friends and they quickly show you why he loves them so much. I’m very interested in seeing not only where the story is going, since this continues Wally’s journey from the DC Rebirth book, but I also want to learn more about each of these characters along the way.

    It’s not the best Rebirth Book I’m reading, but it’s far from the worst.

    For my 2 cents on the rest of what I am reading:
    Superman/Action Comics – These work really well as a set. I would be a bit disappointed if I were only reading one or the other, but together, they give me everything I would want in a Superman book. Together, these two are the best comic I am reading.
    Detective Comics – The set up and characters are interesting, but I don’t know who half of his allies are.
    Batman – a little on the ridiculous side, but in a fun way.
    Wonder Woman – Beautifully drawn, but slow moving. I’m curious as to where this is going, but if it doesn’t start going somewhere, I’ll probably drop it.
    Flash – I’m not a fan of this style of artwork, but I’m getting used to it. Oddly, I find the coloring keeps drawing me in more than the pencils. Barry sure does beat himself up a lot.
    Arrow – Again, I’m not a fan of this style of artwork but I’m getting used to it. The dialogue is a bit too cheesetastic for my taste and I was planning on dropping it until the plot twist at very end of issue #1. Now I at least want to see what happens next.

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