From my review of that Craftsman/DC falderal:
There may never be a more appropriate time to state “Dan Didio & DC Comics are tools.”
You know, multiple variant covers as showcased in Doctor Who #1 are the wave of the future:
The Doctor, Amy, and Rory visit 1851 to meet some weird psychic lady. But first, let’s examine the various covers made to celebrate the occasion.
My blurb for Whilce Portacio & Glen Brunswick’s Non-Humans #1:
I would’ve preferred something outside a chase-the-bad-guy plot and had the main character be someone else, but the first issue is decent and readable.
Dredded wordplay for 2000 AD Prog 1803:
So there’s an irrelevant aide who knows Sovs. There’s a potential Sov conflict brewing. Hershey consolidates the Judge division solving organizational clutter. Dredd solves a chess dilemma by shooting the chessboard. There are continuity references that are thick as sod. I want to sob that I didn’t get every reference. Sov.