Brightest Day, Vol. 1
Publish date: December 7th 2010
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Brightest Day (#1)
Sad to say for anyone reading this post this will not be a rant. And I will not resort to smashing anything and then smashing it again out of loathing for this conclusion. The conclusion was highly satisfactory and much better than the second 'bridging' volume.If you end up reading the Brightest D...
I recently came to the conclusion (oddly enough while reading Genre) that I read very much within genres. That is to say that when I read a book something in me subconsciously classes it into a type of book. That is not to say that I don't accept the shifting nature of such genres it is simply that ...
I have quite mixed feelings about how Brightest Day resolved itself. On the one hand, the end result the resurrection of Swamp Thing was fantastic and well worth the wait. The characters who had been starring in the series all along ended up being pawns to bring about that specific result, some of t...
Blackest Night was fantastic. One of the best crossover events to come out of DC. And Brightest Day is every bit as good, both as a crossover event and as a follow up to Blackest Night. Make no mistake, this is essentially a direct sequel, and going into this without having read Blackest Night is a ...
I was surprised by how much Brightest Day is about relationships, Boston & Dove, Aquaman & Mera, Ronnie & Jason, Hawkman & Hawkgirl, J'onn & D'kay.