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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.
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!
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #4 is the definition of a well-constructed comic book with the perfect creative team.
With the death of a Renegade, Joshua Dysart, Clayton Henry and Khari Evans continue to raise the stakes in "Harbinger" #23.
Disney raids its IP catalog to deliver a very expensive, but very bland, film, resulting in an unfortunate waste of Angelina Jolie's talent.
Swamp Thing guest-stars in a compelling issue of "Aquaman" #31 by Jeff Parker, Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons and more.
James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and more deliver "Fantastic Four" #5 as an issue that "hits readers in the gut" for a memorable story.
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.
Warren Ellis and Jason Howard's "Trees" #1 is a strong debut issue, with excellent art from Howard and an innovative concept from Ellis.
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!
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."
"Batman Eternal" #7 is an "explosion-packed, game-changing issue" by Tim Seeley, Scott Snyder, James Tynion, Ray Fawkes, John Layman & Emanuel Simeoni.
Mark Waid & Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" #3 is a solid and excellent jumping-on point for new readers, despite being three issues deep.
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.
Like a sprinter running a forty-yard dash, Mark Millar and Duncan Fegredo's "MPH" #1 moves in a pretty linear, straightforward manner.
Shaun Manning & Anna Wieszczyk's "Interesting Drug" "defies time constraints and offers readers an imaginative escape."
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #19 opens a new chapter in the series, with an issue that "just keeps bringing the hits."
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.
Mariko Tamaki & Jillian Tamaki's original graphic novel "This One Summer" is "lovely, full of character and expertly restrained."
Brian Bendis & Michael Avon Oeming deliver a strong issue in "The United States of Murder, Inc." #1, with "legitimate surprises and solid world-building."
James Asmus and Kano continue the story of the Worst Superhero Team in "Quantum and Woody" #10, filled with "action, adventure, intrigue and humor."
Jon Hamm stars in Disney’s latest underdog sports drama, which does the bare minimum to justify the price of admission.
Mark Millar and Goran Parlov deliver "another winner" with "Starlight" #3, for a new issue that's "a hell of a lot of fun."
Sarah Vaughn and Jonathan Luna's "Alex + Ada" wowed while Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy continue to impress with their Vertigo series "The Wake."
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #8 "continues to skirt that fine line between the magnificently epic and undeniably intimate with ease."
Kaare Andrews continues "Iron Fist: The Living Weapon" with a "beautifully drawn and accessible" second issue.
Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey continue the reinvention of Marc Spector in "Moon Knight" #3, a "different and gripping" issue that's "surprisingly enjoyable."
Greg Rucka and Russell Dauterman present a compelling first issue for "Cyclops" with "the best depiction of the Starjammers" since the '90s.
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."