That is one amazing granny! It made me think about something, too: I'm not sure any of my maternal grandmother's grandchildren were born within wedlock. (Mathematically it's unlikely I was, I've just never cared to ask.)
The Flash #21: Holy shit, this is good! Part two of "The Button" is filled with great characterization for Barry and Bruce, sets up a lot of questions and teasers, and ends on a killer cliffhanger. I also cannot believe how much I've come around on Howard Porter. He nails every page. Comics: 305
It wasn't until this past January, when we had a joint birthday party celebrating my Gram's 83rd, my cousin's 45th, and my 39th, that I finally did the math and realized how young she was she first became a grandmother. (In fact, doing it again reveals she was 38, so I'm older than she was. Huh.)
No comment on Michaela Coel, because I don't know her as an actor, but that clip from Nerdist felt like a paid advertisement from Netflix. EDIT: That said, having just watched this clip from Chewing Gum, I think she'd make a very fun Doctor.
Super Sons #3: Another strong, funny look at these two. Nick Fury #1 (2017): You have my attention. This is a one-off story that will clearly lead to something bigger as the series plays out. But that's not why you're going to love this one; it's the art by ACO that will bring you in, hook you, and keep your attention. When a book consists mostly of double-page spreads, you can pretty much rest assured you'll spend only a few minutes reading it. Nick Fury #1 is quite the opposite, however, as it is overflowing with beautiful details, truly cinematic action, and cool character designs. It's Jim Steranko meets JH Williams III, yet entirely its own beast. And that's with much thanks to Rachelle Rosenberg's colors. She brings a rarely seen pastel color palette to the comic, giving it a truly exotic look for a modern mainstream action book. Comics: 303