O Say Can You See: The Greatest Patriotic Super Heroes of All-Time
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The story is starting to improve in "Ghost Projekt," but the big draw still remains the gorgeous art from Steve Rolston.
If you've never read "The Last Unicorn" (nor seen the movie), this seems like a good way to start.
"The Sixth Gun" is the perfect hook to bring Free Comic Book Day readers back for more.
As a preview/advertisement for an upcoming "Fractured Fables" graphic novel, I'm not convinced I'd want to see more.
Archaia's Free Comic Book Day flip book is enough to entice you to check out both series it promotes.
"Two Americas" comes to a surprisingly predictable conclusion, and that's not like Ed Brubaker.
It's the last issue of the mini-series, except it leads into May's mini-series, so it's not really the end at all.
One of the best things about "Secret Warriors" is that every issue seems to have a great payoff for the reader.
This issue of "Justice Society of America" is an unpleasant read, but that has to do with the bleakness of the situation rather than the creative team's skills.
"Prime Elements" comes to a close with its weakest chapter, but also a big set-up for what's to come.
"American Vampire" continues to tell two compelling stories, and it's nice to see the first issue's strength wasn't a one-hit wonder.
Aside from some new supporting cast members, "Ultimatum" changed "Ultimate Spider-Man" remarkably little.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" comes to a conclusion not with a bang, but more of a quiet thud. Or is that a really loud blink?
Fresh from "Marvel Divas," Firestar finds herself turning into the poster child for a "very special" comic.
"Second Coming" raises the stakes and kills another good guy, while still making it feel like things are just now heating up.
With "Blackest Night" over, "Green Lantern" heads in a direction of... To Be Continued!
"The Unwritten" presents a chilling one-off story that will keep you from ever looking at Winnie the Pooh the same way again.
For an issue that's supposed to explain the main thrust of the story, this is an awfully long flashback starring Frog Thor.
For a character who's normally not terribly interesting, Ares fits quite well into the black and white anthology format.
Riddle me this... how strong can will a collaboration between Tony Daniel and Guillem March be?