Very Tiny Reviews
Holy crapafazool, it is hot! Hot and muggy. Two things that I really really hate. More than I hate Dan Didio! That's a lot of hate! But fortunately, my beloved comic book store was airconditioned.
The Totally Awesome Hulk #8
I am not completely sure why this issue has a Civil War II logo on it, since it has absolutely nothing to do with Civil War, but hey...yet another never-ever-ending crossover.
But Amadeus has gone to the trouble to find Bruce Banner, who is thrilled to be suffering from the flu, since that is such a normal thing for a person to do. He's a peace with himself, which is nice thing for him as well. She-Hulk and Rick Jones also show up to lend their support. Amadeus is nervous because he's been suffering from some blackouts when he is the Hulk, and he's terrified he is going to hurt or kill innocent people. Bruce talks him down, and it is...a rather nice issue actually. The Alan Davis artwork is always nice, and oh heck, it's just a good book.
Vote Loki #2
This is an utterly ridiculous premise, but I am just eating it up, because ludicrous as it is, it still probably isn't as insane as Trump. I continue to find the art a bit on the painful side, but since the entire idea is so crazy, I suppose that cartoony art is appropriate.
Thor is...not happy that Loki is running for President, and that reporter is also not happy. Also she stumbles across some cultists trying to perform a ritual in honor of Loki. Naturally when this is revealed, people all go nuts...or...er...nuttier. Then Loki points out that his IS a God after all, and that there is freedom of Religion in America.
Also, the cover is hilarious.
And that's it!
I am going to sit in front of the air conditioner now and drink lemonade.