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Doug Zawisza gives "Stumptown" #2 4 stars, saying the issue by Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth "is nothing at all like any of the other comics that came out this week."
Greg McElhatton gives "AvX: Consequences" #1 by Kieron Gillen and Tom Raney 4 stars, calling the first issue of the "AvX" follow-up "a project that's on track for a strong finish."
Doug Zawisza gives "Uncanny Avengers" #1 by Rick Remender and John Cassaday 4.5 stars, calling the Marvel NOW! launch title a "smart, action-packed narrative that covers the vast range of the Marvel U in wide, sweeping strokes."
Last week, CBR's review staff took on over 20 new releases including John Layman's "Detective Comics" #13, as well as "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #12, "Daredevil: End Of Days" #1, "Fairest" #8 and more.
Greg McElhatton gives "Detective Comics" #13 4 stars, saying of John Layman and Jason Fabok's inaugural issue of the series, "if this first issue is any indication, we're in for some good times ahead."
James Hunt takes on the final installment of Marvel Comics' "Avengers Vs. X-Men," calling the conclusion by Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert "the finale the creative minds (and fans) were hoping for."
Greg McElhatton gives "Uncanny X-Force" #32 by Rick Remender and Phil Noto 4 stars, calling the series "more than just the little book that could; it's a model for how mutant team books should work."
Last week, CBR's review staff took on over 25 new releases including Grant Morrison's "Happy!" #1, as well as "Talon" #0, "X-Men" #36, "Prophet" #29 and more.
Kelly Thompson gives Brian Wood and David Lopez's "X-Men" #36 4 stars, saying Wood focuses the issue, keeping it "smart and small, but with limitless future capacity."
Jennifer Cheng gives "Happy!" #1 4 stars, calling the debut issue of the creator-owned series by writer Grant Morrison and artist Darick Robertson "an impressive, successful satire."
Forget everything you think you know about "Seven Psychopaths," because director Martin McDonagh's raucous, star-laden comedy defies, and occasionally frustrates, all expectations.
Doug Zawisza gives "The Punisher" #16 4.5 stars, saying the final issue by Greg Rucka and Marco Checchetto has "evolves the Punisher from a one-dimensional killer to a man with depth and conviction."
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #31 4 stars, calling the installment by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque "one of the strongest issues of the series yet that sets the bar high for the next issue.."
Andy Liegl gives "Talon" #0 4 stars, calling the issue by James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder and Guillem March "a must read" and "a strong addition to the "Batman" mythos."
"Looper," writer/director Rian Johnson crafts a wonderful examination of violence that, thanks in part to strong performances by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis and Emily Blunt, easily ranks among the best films of the year.
Last week, CBR's review staff took on over 20 new releases including "Sword of Sorcery" #0, "Daredevil" #18, "Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive" #1, "Spider-Men" #5 and more.
Greg McElhatton gives the final issue of Roger Langridge's Eisner Award-winning KaBOOM! title "Snarked" 4.5 stars, saying the series finale provides readers with "the right ending for this book."
Doug Zawisza gives "Daredevil" #18 by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee 4.5 stars calling the issue "a stellar example of how Waid balances superheroics, personal character development, action and humor."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Wonder Woman" #0 4 stars, calling the throwback issue by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang "one of the New 52's strongest assets yet to lure in new readers and demonstrate the strength of comics."
Doug Zawisza gives "Spider-Men" #5 by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli 4.5 stars, calling the concluding issue of the event "a consistently beautiful visual spectacle" and "an instant classic."
Last week, CBR's review staff took on over 25 new releases and shared their thoughts on DC's second wave of zero issues including "Batgirl" #0, "Team 7" #0 & "Batman" #0, Greg Rucka's "Stumptown" #1, "Punk Rock Jesus" #3 and more.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Doctor Strange: Season One" by Greg Pak and Emma Rios 4 stars, calling the original graphic novel "the underground sleeper slice of brilliant in Marvel's 'Season One' field."
Doug Zawisza gives "Batgirl" #0 by Gail Simone and Ed Benes 5 stars, saying Simone "hits the nail on the head with this book, making it the perfect entry point for readers of all ages."
Greg McElhatton gives "Punk Rock Jesus" #3 4.5 stars, saying the latest installment of Sean Murphy's Vertigo series "deserves your time and dollars" as "each issue gets bigger and crazier."
Jennifer Cheng gives "Resurrection Man" #0 4 stars, calling the final issue of the series by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, Ramon Bachs and Jesus Saiz "a satisfying origin story and a tidy resolution."
Kelly Thompson gives "Batman" #0 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo 4 stars, saying the zero issue "wisely shows something entirely new, rather than just a revised spin on old favorites tropes."
Greg McElhatton gives "Team 7" #0 by Justin Jordan and Jesus Merino 4 stars, calling the first issue of the series "a genuinely fun comic" and "a strong debut for the title."
Doug Zawisza gives "The Shade" #12, the concluding issue of the series by James Robinson and Gene Ha, 5 stars, saying "no other issue of the series stands as strongly by itself."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Stumptown" #1 4 stars, calling the start of the second volume to Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth's mystery series "introduces new characters and builds new threats for the future."
Last week, CBR's review staff tackled over 25 new releases and shared their thoughts on DC's first wave of zero issues including "Green Lantern" #0 and "Swamp Thing" #0, "Guarding the Globe" #1, Alan Moore's "Fashion Beast" #1 and more.
Andy Liegl gives "Swamp Thing" #0 by Scott Snyder and Kano 4 stars, saying Kano's artwork "adds personality to the book and a feeling of detachment from the rest of the DC Universe."
Greg McElhatton gives "Fairest" #7 by Matthew Sturges and Shawn McManus 4 stars saying the issue "has a strong twist at the end that has lasting ramifications for a 'Fables' character."
Doug Zawisza gives "Defenders" #10 by Matt Fraction, Jamie McKelvie and Mike Norton 4 stars, saying the issue has "charm, wit and clean, fresh art all the way through."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Hawkeye" #2 5 stars, calling the sophomore issue by Matt Fraction and David Aja "refreshing, amazing and the type of story that can only be told in this format."
Greg McElhatton gives "Dial H" #0 by China Mieville and Riccardo Burchielli 4.5 stars calling the Second Wave zero issue "a great introduction on the big ideas of the series."
Doug Zawisza gives "Green Lantern" #0 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke, 4 stars, calling the first Arab Green Lantern Baz "a sympathetic character despite his obvious flaws."
Last week, CBR's review staff dove into over 20 new releases and shared their thoughts on DC Annuals, "Locke & Key: Grindhouse" #1, "The Sixth Gun" #24, "Morning Glories" #21 and more.
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Doug Zawisza gives "Aquaman" #12 by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado 4 stars, saying every page is "an outstanding piece of art with stunning detail and crisp storytelling."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Locke & Key: Grindhouse" #1 4.5 stars, calling the issue by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez "salacious, dirty, exploitative and titillating, making it exactly perfect."