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Childhood's End
Arthur C. Clarke
Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Scrivener's Moon - Audio
Philip Reeve
Justice League, Vol. 2: The Villain's Journey - Geoff Johns It wasn't terrible, but it did nothing for me. The biggest problem was, I think, the five year skip. Yes, I did want to see what happened during those five years, but that wasn't the issue I had with it. The issue is that, in five years, not one of these characters has grown or matured in the slightest. After five years of working together, they still can't act like a team. Honestly, it didn't feel like five years had passed at all. It reminded me of the video game Dragon Age 2, which tried to make the story more epic by telling the player that years had passed in between scenes, but included no real development of the characters, overarching plot, or setting to show that years had passed. I didn't buy it in DA2, and I didn't buy it here.