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

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Separate Orbits
Yael Mermelstein
Progress: 119/427pages
BATMAN #53 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman53, TomKingBatman53
BATMAN #54 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
MattWagnerBatman54, TomKingBatman54
BATMAN #52 ((DC REBIRTH)) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman52, TomKingBatman52
BATMAN #51 ((DC REBIRTH)) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman51, TomKingBatman51
Infinity Wars: Iron Hammer (2018) #1 (of 2)
Al Ewing, Humberto Ramos
Champions (2019-) #4
Jim Zub, Jacinto Benavente
SUICIDE SQUAD #46 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
JosLuisSS46, RobWilliamsSS46
SUICIDE SQUAD #45 ((SINK ATLANTIS)) ((DC REBIRTH )) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
JosLuisSuicideSquad45, RobWilliamsSuicideSquad45
Champions (2019-) #3
Jim Zub, Jacinto Benavente

Better than the last Shadowland tie-in at least

Shadowland: Moon Knight - Bong Dazo, Jeff Parker, Gregg Hurwitz, Kev Walker

But this mostly talked around Daredevil, and I had hoped to see more of him in either the Moon Knight comics, or the Thunderbolt tie-ins.   Instead, it was about a Moon Knight solo mission that I didn't find terribly exciting, even with the twist ending.  

 

The Thunderbolts were more fun, in my opinion, but still didn't quite do it for me.   For some reason the whole Crossbones being a 'crazy racist' and Moonstone calling him out made me laugh: 

 

 

It wasn't terribly funny, but, yeah.   That was the highlight of the Thunderbolts issues for me.   Maybe one of the other tie-ins will be better?