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Peter David and Will Sliney's "Spider-Man 2099" #1 is "a solid debut, and will appeal both to existing fans of the character and new readers."
Tim Seely, Tom King and Mikel Janin's "Grayson" #1 is "a solid start to an interesting new book and new direction for DC."
Stan Sakai returns to his ronin rabbit with "Usagi Yojimbo Color Special: The Artist," a "beautifully drawn" and "perfect" comic.
Plenty of comics scored top-notch reviews last week. Check out what CBR thought of "Legendary Star-Lord" #1, "Captain America" and more.
Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco's "Captain America" #22 is "another winner filled with action and suspense" as the Marvel U heads into "AXIS."
Greg Rucka & Michael Lark's "Lazarus" #9 does "an amazing job of world-building" as it wraps up the series' second arc.
James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Mikel Janin and more craft "Batman Eternal" #13, "one of the strongest issues to date as everything surges forward."
Skottie Young delivers an impressive debut issue of "Rocket Raccoon," "a nearly perfect book in concept and execution."
Sam Humphries & Paco Medina's "Legendary Star-Lord" #1 is "a solid first offering" that gives Peter Quill some time to shine.
"Outcast" was another strong Robert Kirkman debut, "Dream Thief" returned and John Romita, Jr. made his DC Comics debut on "Superman" -- plus more!
Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta's debut issue of "Outcast" is a high-quality "first installment of something much bigger and more ambitious."
Frank Barbiere and Marco Rudy's Doctor Strange-centric "New Avengers Annual" #1 is "one heck of an issue."
Director Michael Bay chooses scale over character and mayhem over plot for what, in fairness, isn't the worst installment of the action franchise.
Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood reunite for "Dream Thief: Escape" #1, a "wonderful contribution to the comic book landscape."
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #5 is "the latest in a string of great issues for this series," and "a thoroughly fun comic."
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #32 is "a superb showcase of collaborative comic book storytelling."
Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr.'s "Superman" #32 is "an excellent story that speaks for itself, and captures both the nature and the scope of the character."
There's no denying that "The Wicked + The Divine" #1 cast a spell last week, but "Sex Criminals" #6, "Harbinger" #24 and more were also enchanting.
Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Browne take a dog into space for "The Manhattan Projects" #21, "a great tale full of heart, danger, action and hope."
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #23 is "disturbing and nasty, even as it's enthralling and clever."
Gerry Duggan & David Baldeon's "Nova" #18 is "yet another solid issue" that takes Sam Alexander through "Original Sin."
Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col & Andy Belanger deliver a "fast-paced and action-packed" issue with "Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night" #1.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie's debut issue of "The Wicked + The Divine" has "intriguing questions, interesting characters and pretty unmatched craft."
Mark Millar and Duncan Fegredo deliver a strong sophomore issue in "MPH" #2, which serves as "another recent jewel in Millar's crown."
There's no shortage of fantastic comics released last week, from BOOM!'s "The Empty Man" & "Lumberjanes" to Image Comics' "Starlight" & more.
Mark Millar and Goran Parlov's "Starlight" #4 "revels in its nostalgia but also promises to mine new territory in exciting ways."
Cullen Bunn & Vanessa R. Del Rey's "The Empty Man" #1 is "instantly palatable, combining action and exposition fluidly for a quick, climactic read."
Kurt Busiek & Brent Anderson take a day hour-by-hour in "Astro City" #13, featuring some of the "best artwork on the series to date."
Joe Keatinge and Khary Randolph's "Tech Jacket" #1 features "tightrope-precise pacing" and "gloriously gory Technicolor" art.
Robert Venditti & Doug Braithwaite's "Armor Hunters" #1 is "exciting and well-drawn," with "exactly the kind of storytelling that an event like this needs."
The follow-up to DreamWorks Animation's 2010 hit reaches Pixar-level highs, continuing the emotionally charged adventures of Hiccup and Toothless.
It was a strong week for solo heroes as familiar comic icons brushed shoulders with "Big Trouble in Little China's" Jack Burton and more!
John Carpenter, Eric Powell & Brian Churilla deliver "a fun introductory issue" with BOOM! Studios' "Big Trouble in Little China" #1.
Kelly Sue DeConnick's final issue of "Ghost" offers readers a nice look at the title character's pre-death history.
In all war stories, a terrible price must be paid, and the same holds true in "Captain America" #21, by Rick Remender and Nic Klein.
Five issues in, "The New 52: Futures End" continues to present more questions than it answers, which is enough to keep readers dialed in to see what's next.
Art and Franco head back to their Eisner Award winning roots with "Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse," a 'perfect gateway comic for the young.'
Brian Bendis and Dave Marquez bring back more characters with surprising agendas in "Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man" #2.
While it's a bit disjointed, Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's "Original Sin" #3 is ultimately a fun comic with a top-notch cliffhanger ending.
John Layman and Guillem March take the wheel for "Batman Eternal" #9, an issue filled with story developments and legitimately huge surprises.