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Comics Picks For 25.02.2015

There haven’t been any “Comics Picks of the Week” articles for a while, and the major reason for that is because I’ve just been too caught up with other stuff and I just can’t be… well bothered. It just takes too much out of my time to keep these titles going, especially when Wednesdays also see me trying to get through two TV shows and doing reviews for them. Though, that situation has kind of abated now.

Anyway, this week’s surprise hits were Batman: Arkham Knight #2 and Gotham Central Book 1 from DC. It was a relatively small week for me since I didn’t read all that many new titles and most of those were middling. Ongoing greats were Django/Zorro #4, John Carter: Warlord of Mars #4, Fantastic Four #643 , Inhuman #12, Aquaman #39 , Catwoman #39 , and He-Man: The Eternity War #3 among others .

Anyway, here’s another edition of “Comics Picks For…”. Full reading list, as always, is available here and all my comics reviews are available here.

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Grimm Fairy Tales #107 (Comics Review)

Last month’s installment of Grimm Fairy Tales proved to be a rather interesting one in that it developed some of the concepts introduced back in Grimm Fairy Tales #102, and it was also a stand-alone, so it helped center readers with respect to the meta-story of the series. However, while the issue was interesting, it didn’t wow me as much as the other issues prior to it, and I was hoping that it would just be a blip on the radar-like, because generally in recent months the title has been really good, and I wanted it to stay like that.

Fortunately, this past week’s Grimm Fairy Tales #107 gets things back on track in a great way. It is the start of a new arc on the series, focusing on a former Realm Knight who kinda sorta went missing sometime back, and the issue also brings back Agent Jessica Ciampo, one of my favourite characters from the Age of Darkness crossover, so it was generally all good. I certainly enjoyed this issue much more than I did the last, possibly because it feels like a fresh start, and I’m all for something like that.

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