Scooby-Doo Where Are You #26 (DC)
Do you have a 3-year-old who only wants to watch Scooby-Doo and talk about Scooby-Doo and pretend He’s Scooby-Doo? You don’t? Then you probably won’t want to pick this book up. It’s great if you are a toddler or really have a Scooby fetish (no judging, just saying), otherwise pass.
Rating: SKIM IT

Doctor Who #1 (IDW)
I admit I’m biased already when I picked up this book. I’m a big Whovian and was excited to read this. The story that Andy Diggle sets up is classic Who and was great. However the art by Buckingham felt rushed and incomplete, not enough to make me dislike the book, but enough to detract from loving the issue.
Rating: SKIM IT

Animal Man #13 (DC)
Another Event right? WRONG. Rotworld IS AWESOME. Its October, ‘tis the season for Horror, and this is the perfect event for it. The world is dead and Animal Man has to fix it. If he isn’t ripped to shreds by Zombie Superman first. Love it!
Rating: BUY IT

Swamp Thing #13 (DC)
More Rotworld! More Rotworld! More Rotworld! Im just going to chant that from now on. I could read about Swampy fighting zombie super-heroes all day long. Art is of course great, writing is fun and this story is compelling.
Rating: BUY IT

Daredevil: End of Days #1 (Marvel)
I hated almost everything about this book. The Art felt rushed or gritty but not in the way the story was calling for. The story is compelling but depressing in the way I don’t want Daredevil to be anymore. That being said, I’m going to stick with this still, because there is enough there, enough to keep me wondering, that I want to see where this goes.
Rating: SKIM IT

Aaron Meyers is a full time nerd for both money and pleasure. When he’s not knee deep in networking cable or trapped in a server rack, he can be found on Twitter at @aaronmeyers or posting his musings about the world of comics at his blog Proactive Continuity.