That's two weeks in a row that my shop sold out of Consequences before I got there (at 2pm... shop opens at 11 and it's a rather large shop). They apparently underordered them and aren't able to make adjustments to their numbers or something to that nature. It doesn't bother me though because I was questioning buying it anyhow. I got the first issue which was just alright and now having missed the next two I just saved myself $16. So then I went and spent that money elsewhere I've been rethinking my buying of late and there was one dropped title that I just always felt was a bad decision on my part. People keep talking about how amazing it is and I just felt like I was missing it. So I took that $16 and bought the four newest issues of Daredevil (and one back issue from Brubaker's run). Man they were good. Why did I ever drop this? I'm glad to see Milla back, even if it was just a small thing, and I've always liked the Spot. I don't know about this new look but I love him being a bigger deal. Here's hoping this is the beginnings of a breakout for him. Now to work my way backwords in this title while on a budget.... As for new books, I only bought two this week. Small week, the Daredevils made up for it wonderfully. Both DC, which is also good. Justice League Dark 13 - This was a good issue leading into the story conclusion in next week's annual. All the plots that's been introduced since Lemire took over are coming together and it should be a good conclusion. I was a little disappointed with how easily Black Boris and Blackbriar Thorn were defeated. They seemed like they'd make for some awesome battles but that didn't really happen. Oh well, I can get over it. And for the record, Mikel Janin is quickly becoming one of my favorite artists in the business. This title is consistently in my top 3 books each month. And to think, I almost dropped it during the I, Vampire crossover. Lemire's writing gold here. Batman Incorporated 4 - I really liked this issue. We finally see the characters comprising Batman Inc. into action together taking on Leviathan. The minor mystery of Wingman's identity is revealed and it was no biggie for me. I think his being revealed as Jason Todd working WITH Batman would have had greater impact if not for Red Hood & the Outlaws. This title reads as if it took place prior to the New 52 (save a reference here and there, like of Robin killing Nobody in Batman & Robin) and in that continuity Jason and Bruce were still at odds and Jason was overcompensating trying to prove himself. In recent bat-books it's been confirmed that Bruce and Jason have sort of let by-gones be by-gones and do their own thing. But still, it's cool seeing him back. Also, I'm guessing the large dude with Talia (I forget his name) is the second Damian baby shown in Morrison's Batman & Robin. So yeah, the issue was good. I enjoyed it but I look forward to Morrison's run concluding. It's been running long enough and needs to be over. It's been good, been epic, but it's time. As for best and worst of the week... they were both good but I think I liked Batman Inc. a little more. Just by a tad though.