Showing results 41-80 of 1396
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Francesco Francavilla's "Afterlife With Archie" #4 is "a fun story that crosses genres and transforms a cast of characters."
Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey's "Moon Knight" #1 puts a new spin on the disciple of Khonsu in "a magnificent debut issue" for All-New Marvel NOW!
Mark Millar and Goran Parlov's debut issue of "Starlight" has "a real emotional heart, and that's definitely a lot of the attraction."
Check out all the highlights from last week including Gail Simone's "Tomb Raider" revival at Dark Horse and James Robinson's new era for "Fantastic Four."
Marguerite Bennett and a team of artists deliver a "well-rounded, thoughtfully developed Lois" in DC Comics' "Superman: Lois Lane" #1.
Kieron Gillen and Ryan Kelly wrap up their historical miniseries with "Three" #5, a "gut-churning" issue that concludes the series nicely.
Gail Simone, Nicholas Daniel Selma & Juan Gedeon bring Lara Croft back to comics in "Tomb Raider" #1, a "visually stunning and fun" debut.
Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray & Staz Johnson celebrate 100 issues of working on Jonah Hex with "All-Star Western" #28, "one of the very best comics DC has to offer."
"Taken" star Liam Neeson's airplane thriller "Non-Stop" flies with some fun scenes and gimmicks, but comes in for a rough landing.
Matt Fraction and David Aja's "Hawkeye" #15 returns to Clint Barton with "a terrific issue that elevates the threat level."
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk bring a strong "Fantastic Four" debut to All-New Marvel NOW!, a "welcome addition" to the publisher's library.
Mark Waid & Peter Krause go cross-country with "Daredevil: Road Warrior" #1, with a story that's "some of the very best Marvel has to offer."
Last week's comics were superhero strong, with Marz & Shaner's "Adventures of Superman" story and Mark Waid & Chris Samnee "Daredevil" finale impressing.
R.J. Ryan and David Marquez's "The Joyners in 3D" OGN is "a game-changer, reawakening 3D comics" and "a thing of beauty" in stereoscopic 3D.
Hayao Miyazaki's (purported) anime swan song is a visually stunning, and emotionally devastating, examination of ambition and priorities.
Gerry Duggan & Paco Medina construct a meeting between Sam Alexander and Beta Ray Bill in "Nova" #13.NOW, an issue that's "pure comic joy."
With Valentine's Day in the books, it's time to check out what comic books impressed last week, including "Rachel Rising" and Vertigo's "The Royals."
Brian Bendis & Stuart Immonen's "All New X-Men" #23 "hits an unexpected note and offers a payoff to readers" for "The Trial of Jean Grey."
Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV & Dustin Nguyen's future-shifted "Batman" #28 is "a change of pace, a switch in visual impact, a breath of fresh air."
February starts strong with Wilson & Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #1 earning 5 stars wotj "Turok" & "Loki" also making stellar debuts.
Nathan Edmondson & Phil Noto's excellent "Black Widow" #3 is a "finely constructed, utterly engaging comic" with the added bonus of crocodiles.
Greg Pak and Mirko Colak's debut issue of Dynamite's "Turok: Dinosaur Hunter" "delivers on all expectations readers could have."
Though it could have been a mere advertisement, 'The LEGO Movie" inspires individuality and creativity while proving to be undeniably enjoyable to watch.
Al Ewing and Lee Garbett's "Loki: Agent of Asgard" #1 "is proof that blatant fan service can also make for a brilliant comic."
"Action Comics" #28 creative team Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder offer up a fun issue with "a strong voice that also fits the character."
G. Willow Wilson & Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #1 "will captivate readers, paving a fantastic, fresh direction for the Marvel Universe."
Nathan Edmondson & Mitch Gerads' "The Punisher" #1 is "a worthwhile beginning of a new era for the character" in its All-New Marvel NOW! relaunch.
Telltale continues its incredible winning streak with the second episode of "The Wolf Among Us," "Smoke and Mirrors," adding a new section to "Fables" mythology.
The first month of 2014 closed with the return of Jimmie Robinson's "Five Weapons" and the return to comics of Joss Whedon's "Serenity" -- and more!
Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke & Patrick Gleason's "Batman and Robin Annual" #2 "continues a strong, enjoyable trend for this series."
Jason Aaron and Das Pastoras present "a magnificent sample of collaborative excellence" with "Thor: God of Thunder" #18.
Tom Taylor and Robson Rocha's "Earth 2 Annual" #1 is "a great example of comic storytelling" that explores Earth 2 Batman's origin.
"The Unwritten: Apocalypse," "Hacktivist," "Deadly Class" & "Empire of the Dead" all had strong debuts last week. See what else you should be reading.
Rick Remender and Wes Craig's "Deadly Class" #1 "makes a strong showing with its compelling exposition, dynamic layouts and dark, gritty edge."
Matt Fraction and Annie Wu's "Hawkeye" #16 continues Kate Bishop's Los Angeles escapades in an issue that's "a winner and a half."
Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado's "Justice League" #27 brings a focus on Cyborg, delivering "a damn fine read filled with bombastic fun."
Aaron Eckhart stars as Frankenstein’s monster in writer-director Stuart Beattie’s surprisingly fun, if not exactly good, action epic.
Jonathan Hickman, Nick Spencer & Stefano Caselli focus in on Smasher in "Avengers World" #2, an issue that's "entertaining from start to finish."
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo continue "Zero Year" with "Batman" #27, "a fresh story that surprises" as Batman continues his fledgling crusade.
Image Comics' "EGOs" made a strong debut while "Gothtopia" injected awesome into "Batgirl." Check out what else made a splash in comics last week.