Caul has yellow skin. Were yellow skinned aliens unrecruitable back when the Power Ring had the color yellow defect?
Let's talk about Threshold. Excuse me. Let me monologue about Threshold while you skim this part looking for the main plot points and juicy details and then completely ignore the comment section at the bottom of this post. I was pleased to hear that a science fiction based comic was DC's next attempt at the anthology war book. Keith Giffen writing is just a bonus. I expect it to be funny. I expect it to piss off the creator of Captain Carrot (with good reason, probably. Fucking monolithic comic book entertainment corporations!). I expect Blue Beetle to guest star if he isn't too busy joining the Teen Titans. I probably expect too much. Maybe I should just read it.
For those people that aren't forcing themselves to purchase every single DC Comic Book with "The New 52" on the cover so they didn't bother picking up the New Guardians Annual, here's a synopsis of the game show, The Hunted:
Who is this lovely lady alien? Or male alien. Perhaps hermaphroditic alien.
Who's Stealth? I don't know but she's on the cover!
This person with the awkward spread eagle double kick attack is Ember. She's annoying.
Meanwhile, Stealth is establishing her identity with Ric Starr, Space Ranger!
We'll learn more about Ric Starr in my next Who's Who entry!
These citizens are horrible at The Hunted. I thought Crimson Thrust were supposed to be amazing at this show.
Oh, there they are! Go Crimson Thrust! What kind of name is that? I think it's slang on the level of Dirty Sanchez or Angry Dragon.
Based on only the second page of the Larfleeze back-up story, I want a full sized Larfleeze comic book.
There's a lot of fun stuff here but I think my favorite bit is Metron's chair. Or maybe Sayd's corpse? The Tardis? Mjolnir?
Only to find he's been completely cleaned out. All of his awesome shit is gone.