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Finally! "R.E.B.E.L.S." has a purpose again.
Cinderella, secret Fable spy? She's back.
"X-Factor" plays to its strengths.
Mignola, Arcudi, and Davis serve up a side of spooky.
New readers to "Red Robin" should prepare to get hit by the exposition train.
As an introduction to the new "Legion Academy" feature, this works well.
Batgirl versus... Klarion the Witch Boy? Really?
It's a Straczynski title crossover this month, sort of.
Interesting art can't quite lift a lackluster adaptation on the script level.
"Sweet Tooth" shifts format for a month, and what could have felt like a gimmick is instead... well... sweet.
More monsters! More Hulks! More M.O.D.O.K.!
After three fun issues, everything comes crashing down.
Do you see what eye see?
"Witchfinder" returns with a trip to the wild west. Isn't that what you do when John Severin is your artist?
Jeff Lemire's overall plotting is fun, and this book is settling into a nice groove.
Mignola and Hampton work so well together it makes you wonder why it didn't happen sooner.
"Thunderbolts" versus behemoths from Monster Island? Oh, yeah.
The only astonishing thing here, unfortunately, is the dullness.
The X-Men are still sick, Dazzler is still luminous, Sebastian Shaw is still dangerous, and Greg Land is still photo-referencing.
Can you say, "Esirprus pukcab erutaef," kids? I thought you could.