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ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco reviews two high-profile DC releases, saying Williams III is the perfect "Sandman" artist and Kubert "draws the scariest Joker fish."
Joshua Hale Fialkov, Mico Suayan, Mirco Pierfederici & Leonard Kirk give a "personal and focused" story for Ultimate Vision in "Cataclysm" #0.1
Although "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #2 concludes the X-Men crossover event, the issue struggles with the weight of the story for a disappointing bookend.
Charles Soule, Javier Pina & Kano bring a brief history of the Green to "Swamp Thing Annual" #2 in a "surprisingly fascinating" issue.
Neil Gaiman & J.H. WIlliams III deliver an incredible comic with "The Sandman: Overture" #1, combining "brilliant" writing and art for a truly impressive issue.
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Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "Young Avengers" #11 is a lot of set up, but "even an issue all about setting things up is still a lot of fun."
Marvel's humorous one-shot "Marvel Now What?!" pokes fun at the publisher and Marvel NOW! in an issue that's "a shocking humorous little surprise."
Paul Pelletier brings life to Geoff Johns' penultimate issue of "Aquaman," a story that's "one of the strongest within an already-impressive title."
J.M. DeMatteis & Mikel Janin take Constantine through the House of Mystery in "Justice League Dark" #24, exploring the aftermath of "Trinity War."
Gregg Hurwitz and Alex Maleev return to "Batman: The Dark Knight" #24, giving Clayface "a road to hell paved with good intentions."
Image's "Pretty Deadly" #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios is "unorthodox and surprisingly unexpected in content, but adventurously so."
Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting return to the noir thriller comic with "Velvet" #1, "a fantastic new book for Image Comics."
Matt Fraction and David Aja beautifully illustrate grief in "Hawkeye" #13, an issue with "finely tuned and nuanced work" from the creative team.
Starring Michael Fassbender and Chiwetel Ejiofor, "12 Years a Slave" is a brutal, thought-provoking look at resilience in the face of hopelessness.
The debut episode of Telltale Game's "Fables" video game, "The Wolf Among Us," continues the studio's impressive tradition of comic book video games.
Dan Slott and Ryan Stegman wrap up their latest arc of "Superior Spider-Man" in an issue that is "blazing new trails for Spider-Man's world."
In "30 Days Without an Accident," the fourth season premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead," Rick Grimes and his prison-mates battle monstrous zombies, fellow survivors, and stale storylines.
James Hunt gives Marvel's "Infinity" #4 by Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opena and Dustin Weaver 4.5 stars, saying the issue elicits "as visceral a reaction as any event comic can."
Greg McElhatton gives the Broken Man-starring "Astro City" #5 4 stars, saying "Any time [Kurt] Busiek and [Brent] Anderson want to play with traditional storytelling, I'm in."
With the series' return to its "Zero Year" arc, "Batman" #24 receives 5 stars from reviewer Doug Zawisza, who says "writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo give readers exactly what they want."
Director Anthony Leonardi III’s feature debut "Nothing Left to Fear" is an imaginatively envisioned horror film that falters in its execution, as awkward pacing undermines suspense and lingering questions frustrate viewers.
Kelly Thompson gives Greg Rucka and Michael Lark's "Lazarus" #4 5 stars, calling the issue "emotional and resonant, beautiful and smart" and "a pitch perfect ending to a stand out new series."
Warren Ellis and Mike McKone's "Avengers: Endless Wartime" original graphic novel pulls off a great Avengers story with "a well-paced, character-driven saga that spans both realms and generations."
Justin Timberlake, Ben Affleck and Gemma Arterton deliver strong performances in "Runner Runner," director Brad Furman's tense crime thriller set in the world of online poker.
Mike Costa and Kris Anka kick off the "Arms of the Octopus" crossover story with "All-New X-Men Special" #1, which sees the original five X-Men team up with the Superior Spider-Man against Doc Ock.
Geoff Johns and David Finch continue their "Forever Evil" saga with the second issue, as the creative team expands the role of the Crime Syndicate and set up Lex Luthor for a greater role.
Matt Kindt and Marco Rudy bring a new "Marvel Knights: Spider-Man" series to print in "an enjoyable, engaging read that will leave readers wondering as much, if not more, than Spider-Man himself."
The latest film by "Children of Men" director Alfonso Cuarón may well be the year's greatest, thanks to fantastic work from Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, and the awe-inspiring expanse of space.
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy continue their deep ocean mystery in "The Wake" #4 from Vertigo Comics, morphing it into "visually spectacular survival horror" in an issue with a fitting cliffhanger.
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's "Sex Criminals" #1 succeeds with "lovely and mature" art and is worth reading, despite the setup and dark backstory taking up most of the issue's pages.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla's debut issue of "Afterlife With Archie" brings an undead plague upon Riverdale in "one of the strongest series debuts of the year."
Writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples continue their Image Comics series with "Saga" #14, an issue that helps to illustrate why it "has rapidly become a comic for the ages."
Jason Aaron and Ron Garney explore the Nine Realms and reintroduce Malekith in "Thor: God of Thunder" #13, with art that is "crisp and clean, at times revealing and other times well-polished."
"Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is Joss Whedon's attempt to bring the "Avengers" to television and create superhero stakes without brand-name heroes -- and the director doesn't fail to impress.
Giving Black Hand's spotlight in "Green Lantern" #23.3 4 stars, Greg McElhatton says Charles Soule and Alberto Ponticelli provide readers with a Villains Month tale that's also an "old-fashioned horror story."
Kelly Thompson calls Brian Michal Bendis and Chris Bachalo's latest contribution to the X-Men-centric crossover "Battle of the Atom" "a delight to read," giving the issue 4 stars.
Creative team Tim Seeley and Mike Norton explore the digital-first frontier with "Adventures of Superman" #21, with two stories containing "simple and rewarding" execution.
Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opena and Dustin Weaver's Marvel Comics event continues in "Infinity" #3, an impressive issue "rife with intrigue, twists and poignant moments."
"Battle of the Atom" continues in Brian Wood and David Lopez's "X-Men" #5 as the series "maintains its distinct quality and more" through Wood's writing and Lopez's art.