Martin Freeman Joins "Captain America: Civil War" Cast
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"Astro City: The Dark Age" rumbles towards its conclusion, and while it's nice to see things coming together, I wish it'd happened faster.
A collection of clichés don't make a story entertaining, and at $4.99 even less so.
"JSA All-Stars" is already starting to feel a little tired, which isn't good when you're just hitting issue #4.
Once you get past the reveal of Twilight this issue (spoiled months ago in the press), this issue is a mound of exposition.
Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca finish up their second year of "Invincible Iron Man" with the satisfying return of Tony Stark.
Halfway through the mini-series, "Ultimate Enemy" needs to pick up the pace.
"X-Factor" finishes up its first storyline post-renumbering, and it's a fun conclusion.
It's the strongest issue of "Nation X" to date, but it's a shame it isn't great instead of just good.
Jonathan Hickman and Stefano Caselli continue to provide solid entertainment. Also, water is wet.
Ragnarok and roll is the name of the game here
Sometimes, "everything you know is wrong" can actually be right.
As a conclusion to both this mini-series and "Marvels" in general, it was worth the wait.
Now that the pattern is established, this issue is predictable, but at least it's entertaining.
If you're going to stall for a month, "Dark Avengers" shows a good way to do so.
I'm going to miss Tomasi and Gleason on "Green Lantern Corps," because it's going to be hard to replicate this kind of crazy.
This would be a fairly standard issue of "Captain America" if it wasn't for its opening pages.
"DMZ" hits 50 with an excellent look around the state of New York, offering something to old and new readers alike.
"JSA All-Stars" is in a strange position thanks to odd scheduling, where its subplots are more interesting than the main story.
"Batgirl" is slowly finding its way, but it's not quite there yet.
"Dark X-Men" is continuing to be a fun read, but its nature as a secondary mini-series means that some of the focus is misplaced.