Apparently when I'm an overtired zombie I can't tell the difference between Secret Six and Birds of Prey. Which is how I came out with Secret Six #27 today and now have the title on standing order. I blame the dinosaur on the front.
It's a very cool looking dinosaur and it's being ridden by Bane.
So, the Six are in Skataris fighting another bunch of villains, except they're not really fighting them as Scandal is friendly with Jeanette (who turns into the Silver Banshee at one point) and Bane (whom she's stabbed thinking he was her father). Ragdoll is fighting a giant shark who likes pale white meat and now has one eyeball hanging out, thanks to Ragdoll. The Six are now forced to quit the fight as they are surrounded by armoured dinosaurs. Catman is turned into the symbol of the resistance and is given a very fetching and beefcakey outfit. Meanwhile, Spy Smasher is trying to pull a fast on Amanda Waller. This is not a good idea.
Fuck knows the background to this issue but I quite enjoyed it.
Superboy #1 was a solid opening issue. We get a supporting cast, ruminations on his life so far, Krypto, the Phantom Stranger being all silver age-y and ominous (Connor is all modern and cut the bullshit-y), Parasite is on a revenge spree and then Poison Ivy turns up very unexpectedly. Last of all we have a retro 'coming up' page - Ivy and Connor work together, Connor and Bart race, there's some new titans and Connor crosses the multiverse. Looks like fun!
Brightest Day #13 continued the retcons that we've had so far - nor Geoff Johns is fleshing out the backstory of Chay-era's mother. It struck me that I probably shouldn't be pissed off at this, because Rebirth was all retcon too and that worked out fine. Surprisingly, Hath Set appears to have now been killed by Hawkwoman. There's some fantastic splash pages of Hawkman, and some not so fantastic alpha male-ing of Batman. I do not want Bruce to be the goddamn White Lantern (altho the Goddamn White Lantern might be fun). Bruce Wayne is not the answer to fecking everything.