Batman: The Dark Knight #7 - While an entertaining read, this was a bit of a waste of the use of Bane. He's the type of character who should not just simply be defeated in a bout of fisticuffs. Also, it's lame to have to tell the reader that Bane is a genius. Let's see him do some genius stuff, eh?
Daredevil #10 - Not much to say about this other than it's another solid installment of a great series.
Aquaman #7 - Looks like Geoff Johns is creating as rich of a mythology for Aquaman as he did for Green Lantern. Makes sense considering you have a guy who's the ruler of an underwater kingdom but also has spent much of his life on the surface.
The Twelve #11 - One more issue and I'll actually sit down to read this series in its entirety.
The Avengers #24.1 - The Vision has been back for a while now, but it's good to see this special issue devoted to him dealing with his return. I must admit that I now believe that an android can cry.
Avenging Spider-Man #5 - I really wish that I didn't like every issue of this series so much, as I'd love to dismiss it as nothing more than shelf-filler. However, I was entertained yet again with this team-up with Spider-Man and Captain America.
The New Avengers #23 - I don't know much about Skaar, son of the Hulk, but he seems like a pretty redundant character to me. With that said, I still enjoyed this issue, as everybody loves a good double-cross.
Rachel Rising - Volume 1 - I passed up the first issue of Terry Moore's new series, as I figured it would probably read better in collected volumes. Well, I can't really compare the two, but this is one hell of a first volume for an ongoing series. Terry Moore's first series was a drama that dabbled in the crime genre. The last one was science fiction. This one's horror. While it doesn't feel like a retread of other stuff I've read or seen, it certainly does one thing right - leave me with some unsettling images.