End of month two

Welcome to the month two roundup.

This month we had our first Thumbs Down title.

Union Jack: London Falling – Christos N. Gage

If this had been the only Union Jack title I read it may have escaped with a No Thumbs but following on from its predecessor it had such a high fall I had no choice.

We had two No Thumbs titles.

This is less than last month so a great improvement.

Crossed 3D – David Lapham

Singularity 7 – Ben Templesmith

We had twenty-five Thumbs Up titles. More than last month. This might be due to the fact we had several ongoing series and three great writers kicking arse.

Crossed – Garth Ennis

Crossed Volume 2: Family Values – David Lapham

Supreme Power: Contact – J. Michael Straczynski

Supreme Power: Powers & Principalities – J. Michael Straczynski

Supreme Power: High Command – J. Michael Straczynski

Doctor Spectrum (Supreme Power): Full Spectrum – Sara Barnes

Supreme Power: Hyperion – J. Michael Straczynski

Supreme Power: Nighthawk – Daniel Way

Squadron Supreme: Hyperion Vs Nighthawk – Daniel Way

Union Jack – Ben Raab & John Cassaday

Inferno – Mike Carey & Michael Gaydos

War of the Undead – Bryan Johnson

Big Numbers – Alan Moore

Chronicles of Wormwood – Garth Ennis

Chronicles of Wormwood: The Last Enemy – Garth Ennis

Chronicles of Wormwood: The Last Battle – Garth Ennis

Y: The Last Man – Volume 1 – Unmanned – Brian K. Vaughan

Y: The Last Man – Volume 2 – Cycles – Brian K. Vaughan

Y: The Last Man – Volume 3 – One Small Step – Brian K. Vaughan

Y: The Last Man – Volume 5 – Ring of Truth – Brian K. Vaughan

Y: The Last Man – Volume 6 – Girl on Girl – Brian K. Vaughan

Y: The Last Man – Volume 7 – Paper Dolls – Brian K. Vaughan

Y: The Last Man – Volume 8 – Kimono Dragons – Brian K. Vaughan

Y: The Last Man – Volume 9 – Motherland – Brian K. Vaughan

Y: The Last Man – Volume 10 – Whys and Wherefores – Brian K. Vaugha

Only two Double Thumbs Up titles, half the number of last month. But with so many solid titles the competition is much harder.

The Cleaners – Mark Wheaton

Y: The Last Man – Volume 4 – Safeword – Brian K. Vaughan

There is no book of the month as everything that got a Thumbs Up deserved it and any of those titles will not let you down. I think Crossed made the biggest impact. Anything with that brand I will buy and I am looking forward to the next volume by David Lapham as it has a great premise (like the last one that got screwed up) and the master himself Garth Ennis will also be returning to write a future story.

See you next month.

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