PREVIEWS: "Spider-Gwen," "Chewbacca" & More Marvel Comics on Sale October 14, 2015
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"Hawk & Dove" is a team book that is less than the sum of its parts.
There's a lot of mass destruction in "O.M.A.C." #1, but little else to recommend just yet.
The script for "Animal Man" does a better job of balancing the strange and mundane than the art.
"Batgirl" is off to a slow start, but shows promise.
Daniel's first issue of "Detective Comics" is a game-raising effort from the writer/artist, promising dark times ahead for the title.
The pace is a little slow, but there's no denying the epic in "Mighty Thor."
Marvel hypes a jumping-on point for "Herc" just in time to cancel it.
"Hellraiser" throws one too many elements into the mix, and the end result is a weaker issue than normal.
An inventive strategy for a guest artist results in a flashback giving the origin of the mysterious mummy, Asher Cobb.
As "Flashpoint" wraps up, the moment that everyone's been waiting for feels tacked on and disconnected from the rest of the comic.
"Justice League" #1 begins the new origin for the team, but this might not have been the best tactic for the first issue.
On the eve of a Superman relaunch, this "DC Retroactive" comic is more comforting than I'd have imagined.
"Flashpoint: Project Superman" wraps up with a strange mixture of sadness and creepiness.
One final time: "Bwahahahahahahaha!"
The latest "Batman Incorporated" feels more like a gimmick than a strong story.
"Uncanny X-Force" shows us how an alternate- timeline story can still carry a punch.
With the Inhumans side-story concluded, "FF" lurches back into action, but the momentum is lost.
In which everything goes into the fire, literally. And Giant Sized Man Thing makes his return.
"Hellblazer" heads back to prison for a one-off drawn by Simon Bisley.
Sometimes you don't remember how good something was until your memory gets jogged.