Axel-In-Charge: Waid & Samnee on "Black Widow" and the Dawn of the All-New, All-Different Era
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It's a shame "Alpha Flight" is back to being a limited series, because this is thoroughly entertaining.
There's a lot to love about the latest "Dark Horse Presents" to more than cover for an occasional misstep.
"Justice League Dark" is in the dreaded "middle issue" phase, which is still good, just not as great as the first two.
"Teen Titans" is aiming for that most essential element that was missing out of some recent incarnations of the title: fun.
"Batman: The Dark Knight" is coming across as a poor man's "Hush."
"Aquaman" continues to be fun, but it feels like it's over in the blink of an eye.
How about a little rabbit for your pre- Thanksgiving dinner?
"iZombie" is about as dependable as they come, which is a good thing.
"Captain Atom" is pulling a "superhero as deity" storyline, but so far it's not new territory.
"Nightwing" has turned out to be a pleasant, by- the-books superhero comic.
Don't let the joking fool you, "X-Factor" is in some dark territory.
Little by little, "Justice League" is coming together, and by that I don't just mean the main characters.
Blink's back! But not the one you all knew and loved in "Exiles."
A slow build to a nasty revelation is part of what makes "Batman" so great.
"Superboy" continues to be pleasantly fun, with a last-page reveal that most figured out two issues ago.
Let's face it, this is really "Justice League Medieval."
"Huntress" brings a solid hero-versus-crime- family story to life.
This might be familiar ground for the Penguin, but it's so enjoyable I can't complain.
"Batgirl" is all over the place, but not in a good way.
This issue is more "Robin and Batman" than "Batman and Robin," and I like it.