That's a serval, actually.
Here's your weekly Newsarama-Rama: a feature review of David Hine's inaugural issue of The Spirit, which hardly lives up to Bulletproof Coffin but did allow me the space to digress on the nature of good post-Eisner Denny Colt material...
...and a quick bat at DC Universe Legacies #3, in which I say the exact same thing as I did in my reviews of the first two issues here. The attraction for me is repeating myself in a smaller amount of space every time. Issue #1 took me an essay, #2 took me a write-up, #3 took me a paragraph; look for a one-sentence review of #4, a one-word review of #5, and um, after that I'll probably drop the book because it's not very good. As always, you can get my Newsarama links in the sidebar as they come out if you don't like waiting for these weekly aggregations.
Next, I cracked the other big mainstream comics site this week, guesting on the can't miss weekly roundup column "What Are You Reading?" at Comic Book Resources. My contribution came in at about five times the typical length of these things, covering ten different comics of vastly diversified characters. Because that's what I read. It's basically a long, random blog post so go check it out. And this may also be of interest: my Neal Adams Batman post was very kindly linked to as part of the excellent "Sunday Brunch" column on CBR a while ago, engendering a comments section that should catch a certain type of reader's eye.
I did another big long essay for an outside site that should be along soon, so you can expect yet another link-post shortly! Outsourcing, what a quandary!