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W. Haden Blackman and Michael Del Mundo's "Elektra" #5 has an "energy and precisions" that elevates it to one of the best issues yet of the series.
"Dark Horse Presents" #1 features Geof Darrow, David Mack & more, holding its place as "one of the best anthology titles published this decade."
James Asmus, Fred Van Lente & Kano's "The Delinquents" #1 impresses with an issue that perfectly "blends humor and action, adventure and fun."
REVIEW: "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" Is Dead-On Miller Noir, But Sometimes Muddies Its Black & White World
The long-awaited second collaboration between Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller frequently hits the target, but occasionally stumbles in its own pitch-blackness.
Grant Morrison, Ivan Reis & Joe Prado deliver a debut "worthy of study and reflection, re-reading and replication" with "The Multiversity" #1.
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' debut issue of "The Fade Out" has "careful attention to detail and craft that quickly becomes a hallmark of the issue."
Image Comics wins over reviewers with their latest issues while other titles such as "Hexed" and "Batman Eternal" get high marks.
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie deliver another impressive issue with "The Wicked + The Divine" #3, "a religious experience in and of itself."
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's "Sex Criminals" #7 is "another big success," creating an "inventive and funny" issue that continues the series' run.
With an ensemble cast so large that many of its players have little to do, the latest installment of Sylvester Stallone’s action franchise satisfies despite itself.
Michael Alan Nelson and Dan Mora bring back "Hexed" for a new series, presenting "a solid story with a nice hook of an ending."
All-ages books standouts included "Howtoons [Re]ignition" and Terry Moore's "SIP Kids" while "Lazarus," "Moon Knight and others stayed strong.
Fred Van Lente and Tom Fowler's "Howtoons [Re]Ignition" #1 revives the series in an "informative, entertaining and masterful" way.
Charles Soule & Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk" #7 continues the duo's run on the series that is "a book unlike any out there right now."
Stan Sakai's ronin rabbit returns for "Usagi Yojimbo: Senso" #1, an issue that's as "excellent as ever" and takes place in the future.
Dan Slott, Christos Gage & Giuseppe Camuncoli bring back Doc Ock for "Superior Spider-Man" #32, an issue "backed by action and excitement."
A loud, messy reboot, "TMNT" attempts to embrace its comic book origins and deliver an exciting blockbuster, ultimately failing at both goals.
Jim Starlin's "Thanos: The Infinity Revelation" original graphic novel "is a terrific welcome home for one of comics' first fan-favorite creators."
Eleanor Davis' "How to Be Happy," along with Matt Fraction & David Aja's "Hawkeye," get high praise while various comics such as "The Wake" shine on.
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips wrap "Fatale" in extra-sized style for "an excellent example of the great modern comic."
Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta delivers a strong sophomore issue with "Outcast" #2, and the series "feels well on its way to a strong run."
John Layman & Rob Guillory's "Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo" one-shot is a "bold, ridiculous and refreshing" issue in the "Chew"-niverse.
Neil Gaiman & J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" #3 delivers with "flights of whimsy, dangerously grim moments and beautiful inventive set pieces."
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" concluding issue "exceeds expectations that weren't even in place at the beginning of this series."
This take on Jim Gordon' early years in the GCPD is neither the Batman show fans need, nor the one they deserve right now.
This past week several new titles including "Armor Hunters: Bloodshot," "Supreme: Blue Rose" and a few ongoing comic books dazzled readers.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo bring "Zero Year" to a close in "Batman" #33, "a very strong conclusion" to the year-long saga.
"Seconds" grabs five stars, "Ms. Marvel" stays strong and "Life with Archie" leaves a permanent impression with the death of its protagonist.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie "effortlessly represent their creative synergy in the best of ways" in "The Wicked + The Divine" #2.
Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Seconds" is an impressive graphic novel that reveals a "confident, engaging work about some of his favorite topics."
Alan Davis' "Savage Hulk" #2 "celebrates aspects that made Silver Age comics and Marvel's earlier days fun."
"The Purge" is to "The Purge: Anarchy" as "Alien" is to "Aliens" -- an expansion of the universe, an escalation in action.
Ben Templesmith builds a new world in "The Squidder" #1, "a gripping story equal parts supernatural thriller, horror movie and action adventure."
"Daredevil" and the "Usagi Yojimbo Color Special" both scored perfect marks while "American Vampire" also continues its acclaimed run.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Gabo's "The Life After" #1 is an impressive issue, marking a "startling, attention-grabbing debut" for the series.
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee share storyteller co-credits in "Daredevil" #5, featuring the entire creative team "at the peak of their craft."
Justin Jordan & Kyle Strahm's debut issue of "Spread" is a strong new series with "a lot of potential for where it's going to head next."
Director Matt Reeves delivers one of the best sequels in years with a complex, and heartbreaking, tale of war, survival and trust.
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."