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Last week, CBR's crack review staff looked at 18 new titles including "Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis" #2, "Tom Strong and the Robots of Doom" #1, "Justice League: Generation Lost" #3, "Buzzard" #1 and more!
Last week, CBR's review staff looked at nearly two dozen new titles, including "Demo" #5, "Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard" #1, "Jonah Hex: No Way Back," "Superman/Batman Annual" #4, "Greek Street" #12 and more!
Last week, CBR's review staff looked at 15 new titles, including but not limited to "Thor" #610, "Northlanders" #28, "7 Psychopaths" #1, "Brave and the Bold" #34, "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" and more.
CBR's review staff covered 17 new releases last week, including a number of 4 and 4.5 star reviews for titles including "American Vampire" #3, "Avengers #1, "Joe the Barbarian" #5, "Enter the Heroic Age" #1 and more!
CBR's review staff looked at nearly two dozen new titles last week, including "Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis" #1, "Fables" #95, "Frenemy of the State" #1, "The Unwritten" #13, "Dark Avengers" #16 and others.
Last week, CBR reviewed sixteen new comic titles, including 4 star reviews or higher for "Sparta U.S.A." #3, "Spider-Man: Fever" #2, "Secret Six" #21, "Pilot Season: Stealth" #1, "War of the Supermen" #1 and more!
Last week, CBR's crack review staff looked at over twenty new titles, including "Iron Man Noir" #1, "Green Hornet: Year One" #2, "The FLash" #1 with a pair of 4-star reviews for "The Savage Axe of Ares" and "Siege: Loki."
CBR's review staff looked at twenty new comics last week, including "Nemesis: The Imposters" #2, "New Avengers: Luke Cage" #1, "Ultimate X" #2 and a 4-star review for "Demo, Volume 2" #3.
CBR's crack review staff looked at nearly two dozen new comics last week, including "The Terminator 2029" #1, "Prelude to Deadpool Corps" # 5 and a pair of 4-star reviews for "Incorruptible" #4 and "Detective Comics" #863!
CBR's crack review staff looked at over twenty new titles that arrived in stores last week, including "The Marvel's Project," #7, "Superman" #698, "Secret Warriors" #14, "Thunderbolts" #142 and plenty more!
Last week, CBR's review staff tackled over 25 newly released comics, including "Amazing Spider-Man" #625, "The Shield" #7, "Green Hornet: Year One" #1, a 4.5 star review for "X-Factor Forever" #1 and more!
Greg McElhatton recently reviewed the Tony Daniel written and illustrated "Batman" #697 and gave the issue 3.5 stars, saying of Daniel's art, "Daniel...has dark and creepy Batman fully under his control."
The Great Sadness takes hold for the holidays as an inexpensive week is overwhelmed by comics that barely manage to whelm, with event comics, commentary tracks and other business taking center stage.
While Blackest Night and a gaggle of Ms. Marvels fail, the denizens of Fabletown bring the goods while Wade Wilson, Vril Dox and Ultimate Steve Rogers make being a jerk pay off in a week that wins by a margin that's razor thin.
The week's a close call, but it squeaks by as a good thing, featuring the overwhelming glory of Fat Cobra, an Encyclopedia Mythologica and a star turn from Peter Parker, even during the time of the Blackest Night.
Sparked by numerous hostile reactions to a single negative review, Tim steps back to look at the thought process behind effectively writing a comic book review and answers reader concerns about Peter David bashing.
When you spend less than a Hamilton on new comics, it almost can't help to go well, especially with Skids and Mudflap-free Transformers goodness and the close of a lot of Bill Willingham brilliance, plus so much more.
Good times at the comic shop this week with the genius of Gillen and McKelvie, Jonathan Hickman's late pass, Static meeting Black Lightning, Pym vs. Richards, the final vendetta of Chuckles and much more in this week's reviews.
Comics, mass media and religion - why rendering unto Caesar is the best policy; a sudden detour to Disneyland; domestic terror - threat or menace? (and where the real threat lies); 1000 Reviews In 1000 Days; plus Welcome Joe and other notes.
Love and punching is the theme for today, as the opposing types of connections between people help titles like "War of Kings," "Astro City The Dark Age," "New Avengers: The Reunion" and "Secret Six" make this week great.
It's a huge week with five comics making the jump from "consider" to "purchase," with big showing from Starbreaker, Ms. Marvel, Hercules, Mark Richards and Star-Lord, and a magical surprise from Brian Michael Bendis.
This week the return to the valley of the shadow of long form online comics; 1000 reviews in 1000 days; TV chatter, Wonder Woman, political updates and more in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Here's a good week of comics led by Jazz' inspirational speeches, Destro's business ethics, Norman Osborn's machinations and Deadpool's romantic stylings even while Black Adam and Barry Allen disappoint and Seaguy befuddles.
Before taking a week off, the comics did their thing with great showings from Sunstreaker, Little Badger, Tony Stark, Kyle Baker, Irma Geddon, J.M. DeMatteis, while three DC books stink up the joint.
If you don't so much lose, that's like winning, right? We believe so with "Secret Six," "Deadpool," "Black Lightning," "Agents of Atlas" and more ... as the Buy Pile celebrates six years of service. We're just as surprised as you are.
Put this one in the "lose" column as the Justice Society jams in dumb elements, the Thor Clone's back (is "Clor" better than "Ragnarok?") and Mon-El's in reruns, plus, sadly, much more.
Winning big with five jumps, including a return to form for "X-Factor," making Milestones with "Justice League of America," whimsical good times with Norman Osborn and so much more.
Just barely winning even with six jumps because there were big, big problems from Patsy Walker, "Trinity," "Avengers/Invaders" and Blade's hairdo, plus "Whatver Happened to The Caped Crusader" and more.
What's so mad about mad ideas, and what's their future in comics? Plus, 1000 reivews in 1000 days; and tons of notes, including Denny O'Neil: Professor, a short report from the NYCC, a stimulus package proposal and secrets of the credit crunch.
Everybody's talkin' 'bout Norman Osborn in a winning week that tries to redeem Tony Stark, smashes Autobot hopes, delivers big surprises, brings back the Agents of Atlas and wins on ambition and quality.
Things go well with psychic spies, Latino heroes, legendary writers, ancient villains, forgotten stories and more, including the tragic end of "Final Crisis," a good look at "Buckaroo Bonzai" and more.
Everything's comes up Osborn in a winning week heavy from Dark Reign-fall, electricity in Suicide Slum, classical stylings from the Shadow Dimension, "Faces of Evil," manning up with Hercules and more.
Things go badly despite three jumps ("Blue Marvel," "Prometheus," "House of M: Civil War") because of Harry Osborn and Shilo Norman getting mixed up and some dry reads dragging down the curve.
A second big winning week in a row for the new year, as bricks get counted, Black Bolt makes a decision, El Diablo tells it like it is, Marvel gets organized, Clock King fascinates and more in this week's THE BUY PILE.
2009 starts with a bang as a surprising eight comics made their way to the promised land on their merits alone, from Ed Brubaker's latest to Jim Shooter and Dwayne McDuffie's team books.
Despite the unused cold gravy of vengeance, the week wins big with gunfire on multiple continents, laughing at a "Brand New Day," a finer future with fists, confusion and more to start off Kwanzaa.
Wipe out as an ill-conceived prank centers a week of tales of adequacy, with Norman Osborn taking over, Blythe getting her wings in "Air," some surprises from Aspen and more.
Whatever you do, do not call it a comeback for Milestone's many masterpieces, plus Gail Simone makes it good to be bad, phonomancers are back in a big way plus so much more.
Seven comics fight their way home, including Confederates dragged into the present, the tender side of Luke Cage, Gog World Order, vengeance from Jai Nitz and much more in this week's THE BUY PILE.
It was another busy week for the CBR Reviews team, with a handful of high profile release, a number of highly rated comics, plus one receiving the coveted five star review. Which book received that high honor? Read on to find out.