Only four titles this week due to me deciding to skip out on Talon. I've been curious since it was announced but I'm still looking for books to drop and I wasn't impressed with the art, so I passed. I might go back and get it another day though, we'll see. Wolverine & the X-Men 17 - I don't know what to think about this issue. It's like Aaron knew Alred was drawing it and so he matched the goofy old X-Statix comic, which is good and all, but I don't think it fit with the rest of this series. This issue felt so far out of continuity that it was a little off putting. That said, it was a fun read about Doop but I'd rather a real story in the vein of the series pre-AvX. I'd rather this issue had been a silly oneshot that I could have skipped. Oh, but fun having the Ultimate Nullifier just sitting around Doop's desk X-Men Legacy #274 - Second to last issue and it was decent. Rogue and Magneto have a long talk about their relationship and decide to end it so that Rogue can be her own person not depending on anyone else. I liked the issue but it's about on par with what Gage has been doing with this title. I'm hoping that next issue is fantastic because so far it's been going out on a whimper. Justice League Dark #0 - As far as the zero issues go this one was decent. We see how John and Zatanna meet and it was an interesting story. My guess is the mysterious man who took the second magical house last issue is the guy who John took out in this one. I liked the issue but thank God September's over. I'm ready for the main stories to be back. I'm not a big fan of origin stories and I've had month full of them. Let's move on. Batman Incorporated #0 - I've not been a big fan of these generic #0 covers so when I saw there was another option for this series I jumped on it. It's a nice looking cover. That said, the issue was sorta bland. I'm not a fan of this artist so that took me out of the story, not that the story was that great to begin with. It's basically just Morrison showing how various members of Batman Inc. were recruited... a detail I never really cared about or needed to know. Maybe it'll make me appreciate the last issues of Morrison's epic run though. You never know. Best and Worst of the Week Best: Justice League Dark - The problem most of these zero issues have had is that you can usually see where they're going. This one had me unsure of how it would end so it gets points for that. I missed Janin's art but Garbett did a good enough job. The issue was decent. Worst: Batman Incorporated - There just wasn't really anything likable about this issue.