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An issue of "RASL" is always worth the wait.
You know from the start what the conclusion of this issue will be, and yet it's still somewhat entertaining.
Quarantines, as it turn out, make for a great X-Men line-up.
"Teen Titans" is on the road to fun again. How'd that happen?
"Conan the Cimmerian" draws to a close with a muted conclusion.
"What are we missing?" is an apt but unfortunate rallying cry for this book, in more ways than one.
A sequel (or is that prequel?) to issue #6, as Captain Atom takes another trip into the future where Max Lord succeeded.
"Action Comics" continues to bring a lot of fun, even without that much action.
Hope you like exposition, because "Green Lantern" is serving up a whole lot of it with a side of talking.
It's pretty to look at and kind of cute, but understand in advance that there's virtually no plot here.
The conceit of the comic is a little hard to swallow, but Jeff Parker does his best job of selling it.
Straczynski tries to make a point about every-day heroes, but it gets lost in the melodrama.
Not quite as strong as Tony Daniel's previous "Batman" issues, but by the end it's showing promise.
"The Flash" finally crosses the finish line for its first story, but despite the delays it's a strong showing.
Two She-Hulks, no waiting.
Abnett and Lanning bring not only this mini-series, but all of Marvel's space opera books to a satisfying conclusion.
Welcome to "Batgirl," Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs. Hope you survive the experience!
After a month off, "Birds of Prey" finally wraps up its initial storyline, and it feels good to finally move on.
"Chew" hits the quarter mark in its planned 60-issue run, with a surprisingly fun Chu family Thanksgiving.
Given a full issue's worth of space, John Rogers and Andrea Di Vito's "Dungeons & Dragons" turns out to be a lot of fun.