Superman Guest stars, check out my full review on Totalldriventv.com
Captain America: Sam Wilson #15
D-Man returns (I really thought he was dead) and he also returns to his roots as a Professional Wrestler as the title takes a slight detour from its recent politically charged storyline. I like the nods to Marvels ealrlier years and many characters who have pro wrestling in their backstories.
The Comic Book History of Comics #1
A very dense illustrated look at the creation of the comic book medium and it's evolution. This is a very interesting read and a must for fans of the history the comic book. The book is essentially an illustrated documentary featuring tons of characters and creators. I'd really like to see this collected once it's finished.
Harbinger Renegades #1
Valiant capitalizes on the success of Faith by bringing back the team that introduced her. This is a considerably darker book than Faith and depends heavily on previous continuity which I knew nothing of. However I was still able to enjoy this book and with what I learned so far I am curious to learn more about this team.
The book starts to raise the stakes again as the end of the series approaches. No one is safe in the Invincible Universe as it is and that is so much more true now that the end is near. Mark and Eve fight for the life of their daughter and themselves from a Viltrumite attack. The suspense of the book was perfect as was the pace, and the book didn't get overly gratuitous which often drags the book down for me.
Batman has to witness his parents murder... again and the trio of heroes continue to investigate the strange happenings that seems intent on making them face their pasts. Meanwhile Lois steps in to save her son. Not as strong as the first two issues, but the book is doing a great job of establishing the newer versions of Batman, Supeman and Wonder Woman as a force.