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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.
Christos Gage & Stephanie Hans deliver "tight plotting and stunning art" in strong event tie-in "Inhumanity: The Superior Spider-Man" #1.
Stuart Moore & Gus Storms present a strong Image first issue with "EGOs" #1, a "great mix of superheroes and sci-fi that feels smart and new."
Relying on far too many old chestnuts, the animated "Nut Job" is so uninspired that even the voice cast seems bored.
Gail Simone and Robert Gill's "Gothtopia" crossover in "Batgirl" #27 is "another amazing story in this superbly written and drawn title."
Karl Kesel, Raffaele Ienco, Lee Allred & Joe Quinones deliver a truly fantastic conclusion to Matt Fraction's run in "Fantastic Four" #16.
2014 starts strong with "Bandette" #6 earning 5 stars, while "Detective Comics" #27, "Black Widow," "Swamp Thing," & more all score high.
Joshua Dysart & Clayton Henry's "Harbinger" #20 introduces a new character and "remains among the best of Valiant's output."
Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino deliver another strong issue in "Green Arrow" #27, creating "a near-perfect comic" in the Green Arrow mythos.
"All-New Marvel NOW! Point One" #1 showcased Marvel's upcoming launches with style and flair for an overall strong anthology issue.
Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto's "Black Widow" #1 is "a refreshing breath of air for the character" and "a wild ride for new and old readers."
Batman celebrates his 75th Anniversary in style with "Detective Comics" #27, "one of the best ever anniversary issues of its kind."
Director Peter Berg's adaptation of Marcus Luttrell's harrowing tale of strength and survival accomplishes its mission, despite issues with its leading man.
Check out CBR's reviews for last week's books, and discover hidden gems you may have missed on the final New Comics Day of 2013!
Writer/director Christopher Landon doesn't break new ground in the fifth installment of the franchise, but occasionally catches the audience off guard.
Writer/artist David Lapham "lovingly crafts a fantastic new children's series" in "Juice Squeezers" #1, an issue with "fun and guts galore."
"Superman Unchained" #5 features big revelations for Clark Kent as Jim Lee is joined by Dustin Nguyen for several flashback sequences.
Last week saw a lighter release schedule due to Christmas, but comics never take a week off and CBR has reviews from the titles that went on sale.
In the shadow of "Origin," Kieron Gillen and Adam Kubert's "Origin II" #1 explores Logan's past while experiencing both highs and lows creatively.
Jonathan Hickman's "Avengers" #24.NOW is satisfying for longtime fans, but may prove problematic for new readers despite the giant #1 on the cover.
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio reteam for the enthralling true-life story of a stock broker driven to build his fortune by destroying the dreams of others.
Keanu Reeves stars in director Carl Erik Rinsch's adaptation of the classic Japanese folk story about honor and vengeance. Spoiler alert: It's not good.
If you missed any comics while doing your last-minute holiday shopping, CBR has the recap with reviews of last week's top titles.
The reworking of James Thurber's celebrated short story substitutes superficial set pieces for emotional meaning.
Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie and a host of guest artists present "Young Avengers" #14, with "a pitch-perfect party moment" for the cast.
Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos bring the Superior Venom to "Superior Spider-Man" #24 in "a very enjoyable and thrilling issue."
Jamie S. Rich and Natalie Nourigat's "A Boy and A Girl" original graphic novel is "a charming story of love, robots and philosophy."
Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay bring back Ron Burgundy to do what he does best: read the news, and crack you up.
In "East of West" #8, Jonathan Hickman & Nick Dragotta's "creation of this strange alternate-history is intriguing" and makes for a strong issue.
Last week's reviews reveal a number of "add to your pull list titles," including the latest "FBP," "Superior Foes of Spider-Man" and more.
Matt Kindt and Doug Braithwaite present a "well-paced, action-packed bigscreen adventure" for Valiant Entertainment's "Unity" #2.
"Alex + Ada" creators Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn's "have followed up on a promising debut with an even better second issue."
Kieron Gillen & Ryan Kelly's "Three" #3 is "simply masterful," giving readers another platform to experience Kelly's "eye for brutality."
The retelling of Walt Disney's struggle to adapt "Mary Poppins" transforms P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson) into the bad guy -- and worse, a caricature.
Joe Keatinge & Peter Kowalski's "Marvel Knights: Hulk" #1 is a strong debut issue of the series, and delivers a successful and engaging read.
Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis & Howard Porter head into the far future for "Justice League 3000" #1 for a new take on DC's iconic heroes.