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Calling it "the strongest debut of 2011," CBR reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives creators Kurtis Wiebe and Rily Rossmo's "Green Wake" #1 a 5-star review, saying "you absolutely need to buy this comic."
Doug Zawisza gives Marvel's "Fear Itself" #1 4.5 stars, saying writer Matt Fraction and artist Stuart Immonen "waste no time getting this story set in motion...the next six issues ought to be stunning."
CBR Reviewer Doug Zawisza gives the long-delayed "Ultimate Comics X" #4 4 stars, saying of Jeph Loeb and Arthur Adams' series, "More than anything else, this is a comic worth waiting for."
Greg McElhatton gave Nick Spencer and R.B. Silva's "Jimmy Olsen" a 5-star review, saying "If you told me a year ago that a 'Jimmy Olsen' one-shot would be one of the best comics of the year, I'd have laughed at you."
CBR reviewer Kelly Thompson gives Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's latest issue of "The Walking Dead" 4.5 stars, calling the series as a whole "one of the most consistently strong ongoing books on the shelves."
Doug Zawisza gives IDW's "Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters" #1 a 4 star review saying Eric Powell, Tracy Marsh, Phil Hester and Bruce McCorkindale's comic "reads like a lost Godzilla movie from yesteryear."
Doug Zawisza gives "Amazing Spider-Man" #657 a rare 5 star review, calling writer Dan Slott's story, drawn by several artists, "fun, emotional, and memorable, worthy of reading, re-reading and sharing."
Ryan K. Lyndsay gives "Detective Comics" #875 4.5 stars, calling the Commissioner Gordon-centric story by Scott Snyder and Francesco Frankavilla, "Snyder’s strongest issue yet in Gotham City."
CBR reviewer Kelly Thompson gives "Wolverine and Jubilee" #3 4.5 stars calling the title by writer Kathryn Immonen and artist Phil Noto "the kind of miniseries that makes one wish it was an ongoing"
Chad Nevett gives Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's "Batman Incorporated" #4 a 4.5 star reviews, calling the Batwoman-centric story "one of the single best issues in Morrison’s tenure on the character "
Doug Zawisza gives "Hulk" #31 4 stars, calling Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman's series as a whole, "a consistently energetic and informed read with a very tangible connection to the rest of the Marvel Universe."
SPINOFF's Adam Rosenberg reviews Zack Snyder's new movie, "Sucker Punch," saying the video game/fantasy inspired film is "not a movie that everyone can love, but those who do probably will with their whole hearts."
Greg McElhatton gives "Green Lantern" #64 3.5 stars, calling the opening salvo of "War of the Green Lanterns," "a strong enough chapter on its own that I'll stick around to see what [Geoff] Johns and company have in store."
Doug Zawisza gives "FF" #1 4 stars, praising Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's new series debut by saying, "In short, this is a near perfect first issue for readers to jump into this fantastic new world"
Chad Nevett gives "Hulk" #30.1 a 4 star review, calling the jumping on point issue by the creative team of Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman "obviously designed to hook new readers and impress old ones."
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gives "Xombi" #1 4.5 stars, praising the Milestone relaunch by original series writer John Rozum and artist Frazer Irving by saying, "this book is too good to be ignored."
Kelly Thompson gave "Ruse" #1 a 4 star review, calling the returning CrossGen title's debut by original writer Mark Waid and artist Mirco Pierfederici, "well written and well illustrated...enjoyable and engaging"
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gives "Adventure Comics" #524 4 stars calling Paul Levitz and Phil Jimenez's ongoing Legion Academy storyline "a fun, easily-accessible gateway into the 31st century."
SPINOFF's Adam Rosenberg reviews "Paul," saying the film, director Greg Mottola's first moviemaking team-up with "Shaun of the Dead" stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, "is a fun ride, beginning to end."
Greg McElhatton gives "Thunderbolts" #155 4 stars, saying of Jeff Parker and Kev Walker's take on the series, "I don't think 'Thunderbolts' has been this much fun since the Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley run."
With Brightest Day heading closer to its finale, Doug Zawisza gives issue #22 4 stars, saying, "I’m still not certain what the end game is that is being played towards here, but I'm definitely along for the ride!"
Kelly Thompson gave "X-Men: Legacy" #246, the third chapter of "Age of X," 4.5 stars, calling writer Mike Carey and artist Clay Mann's alternate universe story "easily one of best X-books I’ve read in the last year."
Ryan K. Lindsay gave "Venom" #1 a 4 star review, calling the first chapter of Rick Remender and Tony Moore's re-imagined take on Spider-Man's classic villain, "pretty much exactly how a debut issue should go."
Doug Zawisza gave "The Stuff of Legend: The Jungle" #4 4.5 stars, calling the latest issue of the indy comics hit "one of the most beautiful books I have the pleasure of reading."
CBR's Greg McElhatton gave DC Comics' "Legion of Super-Villains" a 4 star review, calling Paul Levitz and Francis Portela's one-shot tale, "a nice [Legion of Super-Heroes] primer for new readers"
Doug Zawisza gave "Batman and Robin" #21 4.5 stars, praising the creative team by declaring, "I’m dialed into this book for as long as [writer Peter] Tomasi and [artist Patrick] Gleason are on board."
SPINOFF reviews director Catherine Hardwicke's gothic-horror retelling of "Red RIding Hood" which thrusts an inexplicable love triangle into the center of a medieval town plagued by a bloodthirsty werewolf.
Greg McElhatton gives "Batman, Inc." #3 a 4 star review, calling the new Grant Morrison and Yanick Paqutte series, "a fun amalgamation of, it seems, whatever Morrison feels like writing about."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "The Walking Dead" #82 4 stars, praising Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's current "No Way Out" storyline and calling the events in this particular issue "brutally pragmatic."
Kelly Thompson gave Marvel Comics' "X-Factor" #216 a 4 star review, calling the long-running Peter David written series "a solid superhero book from month to month, and this issue is no exception."
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave DC Comics' "Giant-Size Atom" one-shot a 3.5 star rating, saying, "Throughout the course of this story, [writer Jeff] Lemire invigorates Ray Palmer with some much needed enthusiasm."
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave Marvel's "Avengers Academy" #10 a 3.5 star review, calling the Christopher Yost scripted series, "a solid, entertaining book month in and month out."
Reviewer Greg McElhatton gives Erik Larsen's experimental "Herculian" one-shot 3.5 stars, saying, "It's nice to see [Larsen's] talents tackle some different subjects; for the most part, he succeeds."
Doug Zawisza gives "Brightest Day" #21 4 stars, saying Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason "let J’onn shine in a furious fashion that is atypical of the Manhunter from Mars."
Doug Zawisza gave "Chew" #17 a 4 star review, saying of John Layman and Rob Guillory's acclaimed Image series, "The consistency -- not the texture -- of this title is what brings me back issue after issue."
CBR's Doug Zawisza gave DC Comics' "Power Girl" #21 a 4.5 star review, calling writer Judd Winick and artist Sami Basri's ongoing work "one of the very best superhero titles on the new comics rack today."
CBR Reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Fantastic Four" #588 a 4.5 stars review, calling the final issue of Marvel Comics' legendary series, "The best issue of [writer Jonathan] Hickman's run."
Doug Zawisza gave "Amazing Spider-Man" #655 a 5 star review, declaring that Dan Slott and Marcos Martin's story "will be pointed back to with some frequency, much like the death of Ben Parker [and] Gwen Stacy."
Chad Nevett gives "Wolverine" #6 a 4 star review, saying of Jason Aaron and Daniel Acuña's follow-up to the new reader friendly "point one" issue, "From the very first scene, this comic is engaging and entertaining."
Doug Zawisza gave "Hulk" #30 4 stars, calling the story written by Jeff Parker and guest-penciled by Ed McGuinness "a worthy page-turner that has quite a bit to offer both casual and dedicated Hulk fans."