X-POSITION: Nicieza Body-Slides From "Age of Apocalypse" to "Deadpool & Cable"
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Crime noir Killer Croc.
"American Vampire" slays the competition.
A mixture of fun short-term plot, serious long-term plot, and a big shift in status quo. That's how I like my comics.
"Legion of Super-Heroes" is feeling oddly slow despite an expanded page count.
"Age of Heroes" is less a collection of short stories, and more a group of teasers.
Next to the great fun of the regular "Muppet Show" comic, this unfortunately can't compare.
Peter Milligan brings Shade the Changing Man back, and it's a long overdue reunion.
"Ultimate X" introduces a brand new character and that ever-present narration finally starts to work.
"Second Coming" lumbers towards its conclusion at a reasonable pace, and for a change without a high body count.
"Birds of Prey" #2 sets up the remaining two chapters of its opening storyline, and gets the band back together.
"R.E.B.E.L.S." has quietly morphed back into "L.E.G.I.O.N." but can it save this series?
"Daredevil" wraps up its prelude to "Shadowland," but it's unfortunately a tiny bit predictable.
This issue of "Jonah Hex" seems designed to welcome viewers of the upcoming movie, which is a smart plan.
If you're thinking you've read this before, you're right.
Just like the other "Rawhide Kid" mini-series, this has beautiful art and a script that will make your teeth ache.
In which lots of depressing things happen.
You can't always go home.
I didn't know I was wanting a collaboration between Kathryn Immonen and Tonci Zonjic until I saw it, but now I want more.
The devil is in the details of "Joker's Asylum II: The Riddler."
This issue of "Demo" is probably the simplest to date, but at the same time it's surprisingly effective.