Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews
Captain Marvel #1
DeConnick, Lopez & Loughridge
The latest launch of Captain Marvel allows readers to get a solid grasp of the lead character, while understanding the motivations behind the shift that will propel the book's direction. It's a solid first issue that does a good job of picking up the pace in a book that doesn't contain much action in it. Rather than dumping the reader with a lot of exposition about Captain Marvel, her home life, love life and super-hero life, DeConnick lets the characters and their conversations drive the reader to the answers to these questions. This looks to be a great start to what is looking like a classic, character-driven comic.