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I'm a well read technosexual who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.   

Currently reading

Red Tornado #1
Kevin VanHook
Blue Beetle: Rebirth (2016) #1 (Blue Beetle (2016-))
Scott Kolins, Keith Giffen
Gotham Academy: Second Semester (2016-) #1
MSASSYK, Brenden Fletcher, Adam Archer, Karl Kerschl, Karl Kerschl, Sandra Hope, Serge LaPointe, Becky Cloonan
Spawn #263
FCO Plascencia, Erik Larsen, Todd McFarlane, Todd McFarlane
Spawn #264
FCO Plascencia, Erik Larsen, Erik Larsen, Todd McFarlane, Todd McFarlane
Batman: Europa
Guiseppe Cammuncoli, Jim Lee, Brian Azzarello
Progress: 26/144 pages
New Suicide Squad (2014-) Vol. 3: Freedom
Phil Briones, Sean Ryan, Tim Seeley, Juan Ferreyra
Hemlock Grove
Brian McGreevy
Progress: 6 %
DC Comics: Bombshells Vol. 1
Marguerite Bennett
Progress: 15/183 pages
The Monstrumologist
Rick Yancey
Progress: 12 %

New storyline

Batman (2016-) #7 - Ivan Plascencia, Steve Orlando, Riley Rossmo, Tom King, Nathan Fairbairn, Yanick Paquette

There is a brief mention of Gotham Girl, but this delves into the 'monster men' who've been mentioned by the suicidal terrorists.   They're clearly not alright, and they've all claimed monster men are coming - and they start in this issue.   (I refuse to buy issues not written or spearheaded by King, so I won't be buying half or more of this crossover.)   That being said, it brings in a lot of characters, like Clayface and Batwoman and Spoiler to help Batman, and then the monster men show up. 


I enjoyed it so far, but it was a little anticlimactic for me after the Gotham and Gotham Girl storyline. 


My wrist is aching - it might still be messed up from pushing away the car from me on Sunday - so I'm going to leave this review short, and stop writing them right now.   I'll try to get in the rest of the reviews (Batman Europa, two Spawns, Gotham Academy: Second Semester #1, Blue Beetle #1 and Red Tornado #1) tomorrow morning.   Night, guys.