Hopeless Talks Creating Hell on Earth During "Secret Wars" in "Inferno"
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For a first-time reader of the Winick/Basri "Power Girl," it's an enjoyable introduction.
Tony Daniel's "Batman" keeps the fun going strong.
At the two-thirds mark, something finally happens.
Introducing a new "Teen Titans" member, "Wonder Girl" is good but not, well, wonderful.
Crazy Marvel Team-Up? Yeah, but it works.
The conclusion of the crossover with "Action Comics" is slightly hampered by some stiff- looking art.
Chaykin's art doesn't really mesh with Cafu's, but at the same time you don't really care because it looks so great.
In which Max Lord's plan starts kicking into high gear.
"B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Gods" doesn't just provide a jumping on point, but a great issue of the series to boot.
The mystery of the missing pages!
Light on plot, but high on "Dark Sun" weirdness.
"Generation Hope" shows how to balance a new cast of characters.
"Steel" fans should steer clear.
"Brightest Day" is picking up the pace.
Please note: none of the cover characters are actually in this comic.
Oh yeah, this team is supposed to train people, right? And be proactive? Had you forgotten about that too?
I never thought I'd be enjoying a series starring X-23 and Gambit, but it's nice to be proven wrong.
In which the two villain-led books of the DC Universe have themselves a crossover.
What does a living retcon look like?
With one issue to go, Zeb Wells starts wrapping up his run on "New Mutants."