Rectifying that oversight now.
SECRET AVENGERS #16
JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY #626 POINT ONE
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #668 SPI
FLASHPOINT #5 (OF 5)
JUSTICE LEAGUE #1
BUTCHER BAKER RIGHTEOUS MAKER #6
A relatively light week, but that's mostly because DC only published two comics (both of which I bought, you'll note). I've given my thoughts on both of the titles over at TWC here and here (you can also see short reviews for Secret Avengers and Journey Into Mystery at the latter link). Suffice it to say, they were pretty good. Flashpoint was actually infinitely better than I would have expected, and I would go so far as to say that I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Spider-Man was amazing as always (ha!). Seriously, Dan Slott is killing that title. I don't like paying 3.99 for a 22 page comic book, but he makes it worth my time and money, so I can barely complain.
I keep buying Butcher Baker, and I keep enjoying the experience, but I'm never quite sure what it is I like about it. I should really sit down and figure that out at some point. Maybe write a review of an arc or something. It'll happen one day, maybe.
Also, I feel the need to reemphasize how amazing Skullkickers is. I discovered this book by accident when Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics linked to it a few weeks before it released. Picked it up on a whim and have loved every moment of it. It's a fantasy book with a healthy mix of Dungeons & Dragons mentality thrown in for good measure. The plots are always exciting, and the book is always hilarious. Cannot recommend it enough.
Unfortunately, I have decided that I'm going to buy all 52 of DC's new comics coming out this month, so the small list you see here will be a thing of the past (at least for the new four weeks). Expect my next column to have twenty-plus comics.
Thank god for that new job...