Eh, I forget the date and don't feel like looking it up. Anyhow, in addition to this week's comics I also picked up the Walking Dead trade (vol. 1). I've gotten into the show and that, naturally, got me curious about the comics. I saw a new issue came out today but I just can't jump into a series late, so I got the first trade. If I like it then I'll get the next one and on and on. If it goes how I expect it'll be the first comic I buy in trade format... ever. X-Men Legacy - I've been going back and forth on whether I want to drop this book or not. I love Legion but the past two issues were boring as can be. I skipped the 3rd one and then skimmed the 4th and it looked a lot better than issues 1 and 2. Loving Chamber and seeing that he had a decent role in issue 4, I decided to give them a shot. While definately better than 1 or 2 it still wasn't astounding. Still, the two might be decent enough for me to keep buying on an issue by issue status. I need to make some cuts soon and this might officially be one, but I love Legion and Chamber, hopefully more will come of this title. Thor: God of Thunder - Just as good as the previous issues. I'm loving this story but I'm not majorly attached to Thor as a character. I want to finish this story but I might drop the book after that. Then again, I'm enjoying the story so I'll decide once that time comes. LOVE the art! Phantom Stranger - I'm not sure what to think of this title just yet. I'm liking the jist of what I'm reading but I just don't know. I'm at least sticking with it through this Spectre stuff but after that I don't know. I'm just real curious where it goes. The Phantom Stranger is an interesting character and as a Chrsitian, his origin completely has my attention. As for the issue itself, I liked it a lot. I love the Justice League Dark and liked their role in the issue. I'm not sure what to think of the actual story but the Spectre coming really has me intrigued. Wolverine & the X-Men - I liked the issue but the arc has been sorta bleh. I'm glad it's over. Now, hopefully, we can move on to something more enjoyable for me. Azazel's appearance in the end has me excited. If a writer who wasn't exactly top notch could create a story with him that I liked, I'm excited to see what someone like Aaron could do! And as always, Bradshaw rocks. I don't feel like going downstairs to look but I think I'm forgetting an issue. If I am I'll review it later. Best and Worst of the Week Best: Thor: God of Thunder - Fantastic issue, fantastic art, fantastic everything. Solid issue. Worst: X-Men Legacy - While issue 4 was better thanthe previous issues it still wasn't amazing.