Skeets' recommendations to the internet. I love Skeets. Booster Gold can be a pill but if Skeets is the cheese he's wrapped in, this dog'll swallow it every time.
Loeb's wrapping up Batman/Superman in a manner than made sense (well, 5th dimensional sense) and redeemed the series, something I would have thought impossible. In fact, when Devon told me so, I simply said, "Impossible." Then he showed me the Composite Superman-Batman, the Joker playing Heroclix, and the return of the one character they said would never ever return. Then he made me buy it because I'd already read most of it. Curse you, Jeph Loeb; you win this round!!! Next time, do this sort of thing in 3 issues instead of 3 years, okay?
The Red Inferno. Which is immediately fabulous even though I know nothing about it other than its name. I wonder whether it had a sidekick named Toro?
Speaking of characters they said would never return, I almost wet myself when I realized faithful Rex the Wonder Dog was doing the exposition in Shadowpact; welcome back, old pal. Oh, and Willingham writes a perfectly understated Superman; nice.
Todd Rice's boyfriend snarking on Atom-Smasher. Now I love him, too, Todd!
Ralph Dibny's polaroid.
Hey, Butthead; Jim Rook stays young by honing his sword; a lot. Heh. Heh heh.
The retcon on what Krona accidently created. I like it.
The card with Kate's flowers, as well as a special guest villain I surely would never have expected to see in any comic book. Even though they are cancelling Manhunter, I think Kate (and her fans) will be heading over to the new Justice Society book. What's that, Todd? You want me to subscribe to Justice Society? Yes, Todd. Yes, I will subscribe to Justice Society.
The sound of a lot people screaming when they read the end of Robin this week. Unhappily. While I giggle.
The Kilg%re. Nuff said.