2020 Comic Reading Challenge

Amazing how things change @boodikhan . And that expression is apropos for Zoom @BatJamags lol . That’s the way I always pictured him anyway. He always had true hate for Flash.

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That’s one rough duece-face…

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Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight: 12 issues from 2003
Anthology

  • Loyalties, by John Ostrander (Conclusion): Not much to say that I didn’t say when I started this. Good story, doesn’t make a bit of sense without tying the timeline into knots.

  • Auteurism, by John Arcudi: You know, I get the distinct impression that this was meant to be funny. Odd.

  • Don’t Blink, by Dwayne McDuffie: Sequel to Blink from 2002, and like that one, this is good.

  • Urban Legend, by Bill Willingham: This was, uh, something?

  • Irresistable, by Tom Peyer: OK, interesting. Purple Man, but DC. It works.

  • Testament, by John Wagner (First issue): Meh. The “New, lethal vigilante shows up and starts killing criminals” premise is one that hits a lot of important thematic beats for Batman stuff, but there are also a million different instances of this plot scattered across continuity and this one doesn’t really bring anything unique to the table so far. Other than wordiness, I guess.

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She-Hulk: 21 issues from 2005-2007
Writer: Dan Slott

Review

I don’t know what happened, but this is a really big improvement over the miniseries. Eight months made a hell of a difference for the same creative team. And, like, it actually keeps getting better. At first I thought I was warming up to it because it decided to focus on the drama rather than being torn between it and the humor, but it’s funnier than the miniseries too.

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Green Lantern: 15 issues from 2003
Writers: Judd Winick (8 issues), Jay Faerber (1 issue), Benjamin Raab (6 issues)
OK, what I am enjoying here is getting to see some of Sector 2814 outside of Earth. I mean, they managed to go 10,000 years without a human Green Lantern, so there’s got to be a lot of other stuff going on, but everything is always either cosmic threats to the whole corps or Earthbound supervillains.

So there are bits I like, but I still just don’t feel all that invested in it. Like… the plot is what I would want from a GL story, but the character stuff is pretty weak.
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She-Hulk: 17 issues from 2007-2009
Writer: Peter David

Review

Well, I warmed up to this faster than the Byrne or Slott runs, even though the premise is less interesting on the whole. Ironically also takes itself the most seriously of the three (ironic given the whole Young-Justice-is-the-funniest-thing-in-the-world thing) but still pretty fun. And even then, there was one joke involving Man-Elephant which I don’t think anyone else would get that had me in hysterics.

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JLA: 15 issues from 2003
Writer: Joe Kelly (14 issues), Rick Veitch (1 issue)
Well, this year finally puts the boring, longwinded, time travel-focused “Obsidian Age” arc out of its misery, so that’s a plus, but it takes an extra-length issue plus an epilogue issue to do it.

Also, what is it with Joe Kelly and having people live through implausibly long but narratively inconsequential time skips? In Action Comics, Superman and Wonder Woman hung out with Thor for a thousand years and barely acknowledged it. Now here you’ve got everybody in Atlantis getting bumped fifteen years older and Plastic Man spending three thousand years at the bottom of the ocean, all of which is ultimately going to go nowhere.

God, this run just gets more and more annoying, too. How is this so much worse than Kelly’s Action Comics run?

And, like, hamfisted, thinly-veiled Iraq War parallels? Sure, that’s one thing. But do you have to use like forty-seven different, unrelated metaphors for the same hot button? Just pick something, make your point, and move on.

Speaking of hot buttons, the “Trial by Fire” arc is sort of an improvement, though the eight hundredth retcon about THE REAL REASON Martians don’t like fire wasn’t strictly necessary. In general, a bunch of these plot points seem to be overwriting the Ostrander Martian Manhunter series, which annoys me because that series is kind of better.
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She-Hulk: 12 issues from 2014-2015
Writer: Charles Soule

Review

So I dig that the legal stuff feels more detailed and accurate than in previous series (I recall reading that Charles Soule is an attorney, so I expected as much), and it’s a fun read. This is good stuff.

Also, She-Hulk and Daredevil crossing over seems like a really intuitive thing to have happen, and I’m honestly really surprised that it took until 2014 (aside from a couple cameos in the background of Slott’s run) for anybody to actually do it. I like their dynamic, too. And then it pays off in the Captain America arc, which uses like my three favorite Marvel heroes in one courtroom drama. I love it.

Though actually, it occurs to me that the plaintiff doesn’t have that strong of a case on the merits, even without the revelations in the third part of the story. Characterizing Steve’s actions as a breach of the general duty of care is an odd and First Amendment-bending step to begin with, since all he did was talk. I also have proximate cause issues with this case, because ultimately there’s a superseding cause of the Nazi agent who did the actual killing, even if Steve provoked him. Finally, by initiating the confrontation with his brother in the first place, the deceased may also have implicitly assumed the risk of being harmed by the rough crowd his brother had fallen in with.

And… ugh. I hate that I’m That Guy who will find something to nitpick with every series. I know I am, and I suck. But, uh. The art is kinda not great? I mean, mostly, it looks like it was drawn by an inexperienced artist. It’s sorta stiff and light on detail in a way that I think might be trying to look stylized, but kinda gives me an… airplane safety manual vibe, if that makes any sense. Maybe, like, an amateur webcomic, since the coloring is pretty simplistic for a modern book as well. I feel like maybe Marvel was trying to go for a simpler, more stylized look in most of their books, but comparing this art to, say, what Phil Noto did on the Edmondson Black Widow series, it just doesn’t stack up at all.

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Its been awhile since I’ve updated, but here’s what I’ve read the past few months, I’m sure I’ll be forgetting some.
The first 21 issues in the Knightquest series
Superman: Red Son Book 1
Batman 676
Batman: Turning Points 1-4
Batman: Gordon’s Law 1
Batman: Kings of Fear 1-6
Batman: Gotham Knights 37
Superman (1986) 204-209
1st 5 issues in the Brightest Day series
Catwoman (1988) 1-3
Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight 44, 168, 192-193 (Snow is so good so far, highly recommend it to any Freeze fans that haven’t read it yet.) 207-211
Fantastic Four: Grimm Noir
Annihilation: Conquest- Wraith 1-4
Avengers of the Wasteland 1-2
Star Wars: Darth Maul 1-5
Star Wars: Rise of Kylo Ren 1-2
Deadline (2002) 1-4
Miles Morales:The End 1
Ravenscroft 1
Spider-Man FCBD 2020 1
Incoming 1
Batman 75-78
Curse of the White Knight 8
DCeased Dead Planet 1
Daphne Byrne 4-6
Detective Comics 1021-1026
Batgirl 47-48
Batman: Three Jokers 1
Catwoman 80th Ann 1
Dark Knights: Death Metal 1-3, Legends of the Dark Knights 1, Guidebook 1
Joker 80th ann 1
Strange Adventures 1-5
Adventureman 1
Alien: Original Screenplay 1-2
AvP: Thicker than Blood 1-2
Amazing Spider-Man 43-47
ASM: Sins Rising 1
Chu 1
Decorum 1
The Goon 9-11
The Last God 1
Marvels X 4
Mercy 1
Spawn 306-309
Spider-woman 1
Thor 4-6
Negan lives 1
Wolverine 2-4
Venom 25-27
Cruel Summer (9)
Pulp
Criminal Volumes 2-7 (23)
The Fade Out vol. 1 (4)
Baltimore Omnibus vol 1+2 (44)
Total: 225
2020 total: 718

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Joe Kelly is a writing enigma.
His Deadpool was straight out BWAHAHAHAHA funny.
His JLA is downright boring but the Mahnke art makes it worth rereading.
His Superman is straight down the middle. He writes one great story then drags you down to tears with a boring story.

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40 books in last 10 days for a grand total of 903 for the year. Best thing, hands down is Moore’s Swamp Thing. Have not reread this since it came out and it is worth every ounce of praise people heap on it. My only surprise is that my wife liked this story when she really did not like horror movies. It’s the depth of the writing whether it’s the love story of Swamp Thing fighting evil that I think held it together for her.
Action Comics (1938) 315-316 Superman Fan Club
Aquaman 62
Batgirl 48
Batman 97
Kingdom Come 1-2 World of Wonder
Superman’s Girl Friend: Lois Lane 1-2 Superman Fan Club
Swamp Thing (1985) 32-49 DC History Club
Wonder Woman: Come Back to Me (2019) 2 World of Wonder
Wynd 1-3

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Gotta tweak these, the split pages drives me buggy. Anywhat, the BOODI AWARD of the week goes to Vonnegut, sorry my four-colored chums

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why the big switcheroo to the Flash?

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I did it as a joke and just haven’t gotten around to changing it back, mostly.

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Im goin off the rails this week, check this to read list: classic godzilla, old Unknown soldier books, alan Moore’s Supreme, and classic Rom. Goin fishin, kiddos!

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Young Justice: 5 issues from 2003
Writer: Peter David
Gonna miss this series, but it was a pretty strong conclusion. A lot of series end on a much more rushed note, and the ones that don’t drag out their concluding storyline way too long. This just quietly wrapped up what it needed to wrap up.
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JSA: 12 issues from 2003
Writers: David Goyer (Co-writer on 10 issues), Geoff Johns (2 issues, co-writer on 10 issues)
I feel like Goyer’s last couple arcs were all repeats of earlier ones, with threats the JSA already beat coming back EVEN BIGGER but then getting beaten again in pretty much the same way. Even in just two issues, the post-Goyer Johns stuff felt like the pacing just took a big deep breath. And not in a “breather issues where nothing’s happening” way. It almost feels like there’s more going on because the action isn’t the only thing that’s happening.
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Titans: 4 issues from 2003
Writer: Tom Peyer
GOD WOULD EVERYBODY JUST STOP DUMPING ON POOR JESSE ALREADY. Jay Faerber did his random character assassination of her in ’02 and rather than do anything interesting with it, both Peyer here and Johns in JSA (in an incident which happened later but I read earlier) are all “Hell yeah, Jesse Quick sucks, let’s pile on.” And it’s worse here because Devin Grayson’s run in the first half of this series is why I like Jesse to begin with.

There’s this whole scene where Starfire (who’s always been impulsive at best and often does irrational things BECAUSE EMOTIONS), is blowing a bunch of stuff up and swears she has a good reason. Jesse rightfully calls her on how crazy she looks, and Donna is all “I don’t believe that’s your real reason.” And then Jesse’s like “If this were me, would you believe me?” Donna’s response is that they wouldn’t, because Jesse “doesn’t trust [herself] anymore,” whatever that means.

So your argument, Donna, is that because Jesse has self-confidence issues, you would make sure not to believe her if she tried to convince you of something important. That’s awful.

Otherwise, a really underwhelming end to a series that used to be great.
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It has been a long time since I’ve updated so I’ve been able to read a lot. So, what did I read?

The Question 1-36 (36)
The Question Returns 1
The Champions 1-10 (10)
Daredevil 1-16 (16)
Robin 1-183 (183)
Avengers 256-280 (25)

That’s 296 comics read since last update. Add it to my previous total of 548, brings my new total to 844.

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Year to Date:

  • Batman Beyond 39 - First Flight: Part Three
  • Red Hood Outlaw 37 - Generation Outlaw
  • Vampirella/Red Sonja 4 - Magical But Not Magic
  • Red Hood Outlaw 38 - Generation Outlaw: Part Two
  • Red Hood Outlaw 39 - Generation Outlaw: Part Foure
  • Red Hood Outlaw 40 - Generation Outlaw: Part Five
  • Wonder Woman Annual 3 - Virtue and Vendetta
  • Wonder Woman 82 - The Wild Hunt: Part One
  • Wonder Woman 83 - The Wild Hunt: Part Two
  • Batman 84 - City of Bane: Conclusion
  • Red Hood Outlaw 41 - Generation Outlaw: Part Five
  • Harley Quinn 68 - Escape From Christmas Hamlet
  • Harley Quinn 69 - The Fast and the Foodious
  • Justice League Dark 15 - The Witching War: Part Two
  • Justice League Dark 16 - The Witching War: Part Three
  • Justice League Dark 17 - The Witching War: Part Four
  • Justice League Dark 18 - The Witching War: Part Five
  • Hellmouth 1 of 5 - A Buffy + Angel Event
  • Angel 6 - Hellmouth Event
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer 9 - Hellmouth Event
  • Angel 7 - Hellmouth Event
  • Hellmouth 2 of 5 - A Buffy + Angel Event
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer 10 - Hellmouth Event
  • Hellmouth 3 of 5 - A Buffy + Angel Event
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer 11 - Hellmouth Event
  • Hellmouth 4 of 5 - A Buffy + Angel Event
  • Angel 8 - Hellmouth Event
  • Batman 86 - Their Dark Designes
  • Basket Full lf Heads 2 - Featuring Sea Dogs: Chapter Three
  • Dollhouse Family 2 - Featuring Sea Dogs: Chapter Four
  • Basket Full of Heads 3 - Featuring Sea Dogs: Chapter Five
  • The Low Low Woods 1 - Featuring Sea Dogs: Chapter Six
  • Dollhouse Family 3 - Featuring Sea Dogs: Chapter Seven
  • Daphne Byrne 1 - Featuring Sea Dogs: Chapter Eight
  • Rat Queens 18
  • Rat Queens 19
  • Rat Queens 20
  • Deadly Class 40 - Bone Machine: Part One
  • Oz - Heart of Magic: Part One
  • Oz - Heart of Magic: Part Two
  • Oz - Heart of Magic: Part Three
  • Oz - Heart of Magic: Part Four
  • Oz - Heart of Magic: Part Five
  • Young Justice 4 - Seven Crisis: Part Four
  • Young Justice 5 - Seven Crisis: Part Five
  • Red Sonja: Age of Chaos - Chapter One
  • Young Justice 6 - Seven Crisis: Finale
  • Young Justice 7 - Lost in the Multiverse
  • Young Justice 8 - Lost in the Miltiverse: Part Two
  • TMNT: Shredder in Hell 2 - Chapter Two
  • TMNT: Shredder in Hell 3 - Chapter Three
  • TMNT: Shredder in Hell 4 - Chapter Four
  • TMNT: Shredder in Hell 5 - Chapter Five
  • Wizard Beach 1 - One of Five
  • Wizard Beach 2 - Two of Five
  • Wizard Beach 3 - Three of Five
  • Wizard Beach 4 - Four of Five
  • Wizard Beach 5 - Five of Five
  • Lady Mechanika 1 - Chapter One
  • Lady Mechanika 2 - Chapter Two
  • Lady Mechanika 3 - Chapter Three
  • Lady Mechanika 4 - Chapter Four
  • Justice League 38 - Justice/Doom War: Part Nine
  • Flash 60 - Force Quest: Part Three
  • Flash 61 - Force Quest: Part Four
  • Flash 62 - Force Quest: Part Five
  • Flash 63 - Force Quest: Conclusion
  • Flash Annual 2 - Too Many Speedsters
  • Xena: Warrior Princess 5 - Chapter Five
  • Xena: Warrior Princess 6 - Chapter Six
  • Xena: Warrior Princess 7 - Chapter Seven
  • Xena: Warrior Princess 8 - Chapter Eight
  • Xena: Warrior Princess 9 - Chapter Nine
  • Xena: Warrior Princess 10 - Chapter Ten
  • Valeria 1 - Chapter One: Child of War
  • Valeria 2 - Chapter Two: Warrior of Aqualonia
  • Valeria 3 - Chapter Three: Ghosts of the Past
  • Valeria 4 - Chapter Four: Lord of Lies
  • Valeria 5 - Chapter Five: Heart of Vengeance
  • Gotham City Monsters 1: Chapter One
  • Gotham City Monsters 2: Chapter Two
  • Gotham City Monsters 3: Chapter Three
  • Gotham City Monsters 4: Chapter Four
  • Gotham City Monsters 5: Chapter Five
  • The Dollhouse Family 4
  • Zombie Tramp 43
  • Zombie Tramp 44
  • Zombie Tramp 45
  • Zombie Tramp 46
  • Zombie Tramp 47
  • Psi-Lords 3
  • Psi-Lords 4
  • Psi-Lords 5
  • Psi-Lords 6
  • Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey 1
  • Wonder Woman: Dead Earth 2
  • Batman 87
  • Batman 88
  • The Low, Low Woods 2
  • The Low, Low Woods 3
  • Plunge 1
  • Joker: Killer Smile 2
  • Wonder Woman: Dead Earth 2
  • Nightwing 60 (City Ablaze: Part Three)
  • Nightwing 61 (City Ablaze: Conclusion)
  • Nightwing 62 (The Scout)
  • Nightwing 63 (Family Matters)
  • Nightwing 64 (Evil Unleashed)
  • Nightwing Annual
  • Nightwing 65 (Sins of the Grandfather)
  • Nightwing 66 (Welcome to the Family)
  • Nightwing 67 (Richard Grayson: Assassin)
  • Nightwing 68 (The Brain Bomb)
  • Nightwing 69 (The Unfriendly Owl)
  • Batman: Curse of the White Knight 1
  • Batman: Curse of the White Knight 2
  • Batman: Curse of the White Knight 3
  • Batman: Curse of the White Knight 4
  • Batman: Curse of the White Knight 5
  • Batman: Curse of the White Knight 6
  • Batman: Curse of the White Knight 7
  • Strange Adventures 1 (Chapter One: They Floated Above the Ground)
  • Batman 87 (Their Dark Designs: Part Two)
  • Batman 88 (Their Dark Designs: Part Three)
  • Batman 89 (Their Dark Designs: Part Four)
  • Batman 90 (Their Dark Designs: Part Five)
  • Plunge 1
  • Hellblazer 1
  • Hellblazer 1 (A Green and Pleasant Land: Part One)
  • Hellblazer 2 (A Green and Pleasant Land: Part Two)
  • Hellblazer 3 (A Green and Pleasant Land: Part Three)
  • Hellblazer 4 (Scrubbing Up)
  • Basket Full of Heads 4
  • Basket Full of Heads 5
  • Batgirl 39 (Oracle Rising: Part Three)
  • Batgirl 40 (Oracle Rising: Part Four)
  • Batgirl 41 (Oracle Rising: Part Five)
  • Daphne Byrne 2 (Chapter Two: Such Wonders)
  • Daphne Byrne 3 (Chapter Three: Belonging)
  • The Low, Low Woods 2
  • The Low, Low woods 3
  • Detective Comics 1018
  • Detective Comics 1019
  • Detective Comics 1020
  • Detective Comics Annual 3
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer 12
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer 13
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Hellmouth 5
  • Angel 9
  • Batman/Superman 5
  • Red Hood: Outlaw 42
  • Red Hood Outlaw 43
  • Supergirl 36
  • Supergirl 37
  • Supergirl 38
  • Supergirl 39
  • Supergirl: Annual 2
  • Stabbity Bunny 1
  • Stabbity Bunny 2
  • Stabbity Bunny 3
  • Stabbity Bunny 4
  • Stabbity Bunny 5
  • Stabbity Bunny 6
  • Stabbity Bunny 7
  • Stabbity Bunny 8
  • Stabbity Bunny 9
  • Stabbity Bunny 10
  • Superman: Heroes 1
  • Superman: Villains 1
  • The Dollhouse Family 5
  • Hawkman 19
  • The Infected: The Commissioner 1
  • The Infected: King SHAZAM! 1
  • The Infected: Deathbringer 1
  • The Infected: Scarab 1
  • Zombie Tramp Volume One 1
  • Zombie Tramp Volume One 2
  • Zombie Tramp Volume One 3
  • Hell Arisen 1
  • Hell Arisen 2
  • Hell Arisen 3
  • Hell Arisen 4
  • TMNT 1
  • TMNT 2
  • TMNT 3
  • The Walking Dead 1
  • The Walking Dead 2
  • The Walking Dead 3
  • TMNT 4
  • TMNT: A Lot to Learn (Oneshot)
  • TMNT 5
  • TMNT: Raphael (Oneshot)
  • Red Sonja: Worlds Away 0
  • Red Sonja: Worlds Away 1
  • Red Sonja: World’s Away 2
  • The Boys 1
  • The Boys 2
  • The Boys 3
  • The Walking Dead 4
  • TMNT 6
  • TMNT 7
  • TMNT 8
  • Spike & Dru 1
  • Spike & Dru 2
  • Spike & Dru 3
  • The Boys 4
  • The Boys 5
  • The Boys 6
  • The Boys 7
  • The Boys 8
  • The Boys 9
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer, 314 Page Omnibus: Volume One
  • The Boys 10
  • The Boys 11
  • TMNT 9
  • TMNT 10
  • TMNT 11
  • TMNT 12
  • TMNT 13
  • TMNT 14
  • The Walking Dead 4
  • The Walking Dead 5
  • The Walking Dead 6
  • The Walking Dead 7
  • The Walking Dead 8
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  • The Walking Dead 11
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  • The Walking Dead 100
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  • The Walking Dead 106
  • The Walking Dead 107
  • The Walking Dead 108
  • The Walking Dead 109
  • The Walking Dead 110
  • The Walking Dead 111
  • The Walking Dead 112
  • The Walking Dead 113
  • The Walking Dead 114
  • The Walking Dead 115
  • TMNT 15
  • TMNT 16
  • Harley Quinn 2000 Solo Series 1
  • Harley Quinn 2000 Solo Series 2
  • Harley Quinn 2000 Solo Series 3
  • Harley Quinn 2000 Solo Series 4
  • Mad Love TPB
  • Harley & Ivy TPB
  • Suicide Squad 2011 1
  • Suicide Squad 2011 2
  • Suicide Squad 2011 3
  • Suicide Squad 2011 4
  • Suicide Squad 2011 5
  • Suicide Squad 2011 6
  • Suicide Squad 2011 7
  • Suicide Squad 2011 8
  • The Boys 12
  • Locke & Key Vol 1
  • Locke & Key Vol 2
  • Locke & Key Vol 3
  • My Hero Academia Vol 1
  • My Hero Academia Vol 2
  • My Hero Academia Vol 3
  • My Hero Academia Vol 4
  • Prison School Vol 1
  • Three Jokers 1
  • Batgirl 46
  • Detective Comics 1022
  • Detective Comics 1023
  • Detective Comics 1024
  • Nightwing 72
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Sorry I haven’t been around since June 29 I will try to get caught up.
Detective Comics # 627-#635
Batman # 466-#468
Kyle Rayner Green Lantern: Vol. 1: Green Lantern # 48-#57, New Titans # 116-#117, R.E.B.E.L.S #1
Deadly Class: Vol. 5: #22-#26
Kill or Be Killed: Vol. 4: #15-#20
Wonder Woman: Vol. 2: Love is a Battlefield: #66-#73 Deadly Class: Vol. 6: #27-#31
Batgirl: Vol. 6: Old Enemies: #31-#36
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man: Vol. 2: #7-14
Doctor Strange: Vol. 4: The Choice: #18-20, Annual #1
Batman: Vol. 11: The Fall and the Fallen: #70-#74, Secret Files #2
Catwoman: Vol. #2: Far From Gotham: #7-1#13, Annual #1
June 30-July 14 2020
Subtotal 79
Total 1005

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Back writing issues.
Fantastic Four (1998) #17-#19
Avengers (1998) ##16-18
Batman: Vol. 12: City of Bane, part 1: #75-79
Deadly Class: Vol. 7: #32-#35
Dawn of X: Vol. 5: issues #5 of X-Men, X-Force, New Mutants, Fallen Angels, Excalibur and Marauders
Read July 16, 2020
Sub-total 20
Total 1025

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