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ADVANCE REVIEW: Keatinge & Randolph's

ADVANCE REVIEW: Keatinge & Randolph's "Tech Jacket" #1

Joe Keatinge and Khary Randolph's "Tech Jacket" #1 features "tightrope-precise pacing" and "gloriously gory Technicolor" art.

REVIEW: Venditti & Braithwaite Kick Off

REVIEW: Venditti & Braithwaite Kick Off "Armor Hunters" #1

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."


REVIEW: "How to Train Your Dragon 2" is the "Dark Knight" of Animated Sequels

The follow-up to DreamWorks Animation's 2010 hit reaches Pixar-level highs, continuing the emotionally charged adventures of Hiccup and Toothless.

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Last Week's Comics Reviewed: "Cyclops," "Loki," "Miles Morales" Wow Readers

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!

REVIEW: Powell, Carpenter & Churilla's

REVIEW: Powell, Carpenter & Churilla's "Big Trouble in Little China" #1

John Carpenter, Eric Powell & Brian Churilla deliver "a fun introductory issue" with BOOM! Studios' "Big Trouble in Little China" #1.

REVIEW: DeConnick Bids

REVIEW: DeConnick Bids "Ghost" a Fitting Farewell

Kelly Sue DeConnick's final issue of "Ghost" offers readers a nice look at the title character's pre-death history.

REVIEW: Remender & Klein Drive

REVIEW: Remender & Klein Drive "The Iron Nail" Home in "Captain America" #21

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.


REVIEW: "The New 52: Futures End" Continues to Intrigue

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.

REVIEW: Art & Franco Are Back with

REVIEW: Art & Franco Are Back with "Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse" #1

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.'

REVIEW: Surprises Abound in

REVIEW: Surprises Abound in "Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man" #2

Brian Bendis and Dave Marquez bring back more characters with surprising agendas in "Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man" #2.


REVIEW: "Original Sin" #3 Is a Bit Disjointed, But Fun to Read

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.

REVIEW: Layman, March Provide a Shocking Twist in

REVIEW: Layman, March Provide a Shocking Twist in "Batman Eternal" #9

John Layman and Guillem March take the wheel for "Batman Eternal" #9, an issue filled with story developments and legitimately huge surprises.

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Last Week's Comics Reviewed: "Translucid" "Trees" Under a "Brass Sun"

Ian Edginton and Warren Ellis deliver strong debuts from across the pond with "Brass Sun" & "Trees" while Claudio Sanchez rocks out on "Translucid" -- and more!


REVIEW: "Ms. Marvel" #4 Has the "Perfect Creative Team"

G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #4 is the definition of a well-constructed comic book with the perfect creative team.

REVIEW: Death Haunts

REVIEW: Death Haunts "Harbinger" #23

With the death of a Renegade, Joshua Dysart, Clayton Henry and Khari Evans continue to raise the stakes in "Harbinger" #23.

REVIEW: Despite Jolie, Disney's

REVIEW: Despite Jolie, Disney's "Maleficent" is 'Rudderless'

Disney raids its IP catalog to deliver a very expensive, but very bland, film, resulting in an unfortunate waste of Angelina Jolie's talent.

REVIEW: Parker, Pelletier & More Bring Swamp Thing to

REVIEW: Parker, Pelletier & More Bring Swamp Thing to "Aquaman" #31

Swamp Thing guest-stars in a compelling issue of "Aquaman" #31 by Jeff Parker, Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons and more.

REVIEW: Robinson, Kirk & More Craft

REVIEW: Robinson, Kirk & More Craft "Fantastic Four" #5

James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and more deliver "Fantastic Four" #5 as an issue that "hits readers in the gut" for a memorable story.

REVIEW: Snyder & Capullo Begin Final

REVIEW: Snyder & Capullo Begin Final "Zero Year" Chapter in "Batman" #31

Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo open up the final arc of "Zero Year" in "Batman" #31, which continues the high quality of the long-running story.

REVIEW: Ellis & Howard's

REVIEW: Ellis & Howard's "Trees" #1 is "A Strong Debut"

Warren Ellis and Jason Howard's "Trees" #1 is a strong debut issue, with excellent art from Howard and an innovative concept from Ellis.

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Last Week's Comics Reviewed: "Velvet," "Elektra" Slice the Competition

Ed Brubaker & Steve Epting's "Velvet" is a cut above, while Haden Blackman & Mike Del Mundo's "Elektra" continues its strong start -- plus much more!

REVIEW: Valiant's Anniversary Spectacular

REVIEW: Valiant's Anniversary Spectacular "X-O Manowar" #25

Robert Venditti, J.G. Jones, Bryan Hitch and more craft "X-O Manowar" #25, an anniversary issue that "sets the bar high for the rest of the line."


REVIEW: "Batman Eternal" #7 is an "Explosion-Packed" Issue

"Batman Eternal" #7 is an "explosion-packed, game-changing issue" by Tim Seeley, Scott Snyder, James Tynion, Ray Fawkes, John Layman & Emanuel Simeoni.

REVIEW: Waid & Samnee's

REVIEW: Waid & Samnee's "Daredevil" #3

Mark Waid & Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" #3 is a solid and excellent jumping-on point for new readers, despite being three issues deep.


REVIEW: "X-Men: Days of Future Past" Gives "Avengers" a Run for Its Money

Fox's mutant sequel goes full “Terminator 2,” as Wolverine goes back in time to deliver one of Bryan Singer's -- and the franchise's -- best films.

REVIEW: Millar & Fegredo's

REVIEW: Millar & Fegredo's "MPH" #1

Like a sprinter running a forty-yard dash, Mark Millar and Duncan Fegredo's "MPH" #1 moves in a pretty linear, straightforward manner.

ADVANCE REVIEW: Manning & Wieszczyk's

ADVANCE REVIEW: Manning & Wieszczyk's "Interesting Drug"

Shaun Manning & Anna Wieszczyk's "Interesting Drug" "defies time constraints and offers readers an imaginative escape."

REVIEW: Vaughan & Staples'

REVIEW: Vaughan & Staples' "Saga" #19

Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #19 opens a new chapter in the series, with an issue that "just keeps bringing the hits."

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Last Week's Comics Reviewed: "This One Summer," "Shutter" & More

Mariko & Jillian Tamaki dominate the past week with "This One Summer" while titles like Ed Brisson & Simon Roy's "The Field" show signs of improvement.

5-STAR REVIEW: Mariko Tamaki & Jillian Tamaki's

5-STAR REVIEW: Mariko Tamaki & Jillian Tamaki's "This One Summer"

Mariko Tamaki & Jillian Tamaki's original graphic novel "This One Summer" is "lovely, full of character and expertly restrained."

REVIEW: Bendis & Oeming's

REVIEW: Bendis & Oeming's "The United States of Murder, Inc." #1

Brian Bendis & Michael Avon Oeming deliver a strong issue in "The United States of Murder, Inc." #1, with "legitimate surprises and solid world-building."

REVIEW: Asmus & Kano's

REVIEW: Asmus & Kano's "Quantum and Woody" #10

James Asmus and Kano continue the story of the Worst Superhero Team in "Quantum and Woody" #10, filled with "action, adventure, intrigue and humor."

REVIEW: Disney's

REVIEW: Disney's "Million Dollar Arm" is the Film Equivalent of a Base Hit

Jon Hamm stars in Disney’s latest underdog sports drama, which does the bare minimum to justify the price of admission.

REVIEW: Millar & Parlov's

REVIEW: Millar & Parlov's "Starlight" #3 is "Another Winner"

Mark Millar and Goran Parlov deliver "another winner" with "Starlight" #3, for a new issue that's "a hell of a lot of fun."

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Last Week's Comics Reviewed: "Alex + Ada," "The Wake" & More

Sarah Vaughn and Jonathan Luna's "Alex + Ada" wowed while Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy continue to impress with their Vertigo series "The Wake."

REVIEW: Snyder & Murphy's

REVIEW: Snyder & Murphy's "The Wake" #8

Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #8 "continues to skirt that fine line between the magnificently epic and undeniably intimate with ease."

REVIEW: Andrews'

REVIEW: Andrews' "Iron Fist: The Living Weapon" #2

Kaare Andrews continues "Iron Fist: The Living Weapon" with a "beautifully drawn and accessible" second issue.

REVIEW: Ellis & Shalvey's

REVIEW: Ellis & Shalvey's "Moon Knight" #3 is "Different and Gripping"

Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey continue the reinvention of Marc Spector in "Moon Knight" #3, a "different and gripping" issue that's "surprisingly enjoyable."

REVIEW: Rucka & Dauterman's

REVIEW: Rucka & Dauterman's "Cyclops" #1

Greg Rucka and Russell Dauterman present a compelling first issue for "Cyclops" with "the best depiction of the Starjammers" since the '90s.

REVIEW: Bendis & Marquez's

REVIEW: Bendis & Marquez's "Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man" #1

Brian Bendis and David Marquez's "Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man" #1 "continues to tell the best teenage super-hero story since the original Peter Parker."

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