Ludicrous Speed ReviewsGotham by Midnight #6 (DC)
New creative team, new story arc, same great series as before. Jump on or continue, you won’t be disappointed.
Rating: BUY IT

Superman #41 (DC)
The timeline between Superman and Action Comics is so off it’s making it hard to read these titles. By itself this is good but in terms of DC and their continuity it’s lost me.
Rating: SKIM IT                                                                         

X-men ‘92 #1 (Marvel)
Honestly, I know I’m biased with this because I loved the cartoon so much. This felt like a great homage to that, so that was most of my enjoyment. Depending on your nostalgia factor your enjoyment will vary.
Rating: SKIM IT

Korvac Saga #1 (Marvel)
I don’t love the art in this. It’s not bad but it’s not for me. The script does save this though, and I want to read more.
Rating: SKIM IT

Annihilator #6 (Legendary)
Maybe this is for hard core Morrison fans but I really liked how crazy and out there this series was. If you missed it in singles don’t miss it collected!
Rating: BUY 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 talking to his co-host @andreashock on the Comics Therapy podcast.