"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" Trailer Officially Released
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With the start of the second "Sweet Tooth" storyline, this mixture of past and future is a strong opening installment.
Keith Giffen keeps throwing ideas at the wall, but I'm not sure any of them are going to stick.
At the end of the day, the thing I liked the most about "Superman: World of New Krypton" may surprise you.
I'd like to think that we don't need any more, "and then two teams fight each other, one at a time" stories in comics.
When an issue of "Criminal" is just ok, it's still head-and-shoulders above the rest.
Jock steps in to draw three issues of "Detective Comics," and Rucka's script matches his new artist perfectly.
James Robinson's "Justice League of America" starts building its new team, finally.
Not an awful lot happens in "Superman" this month, but it's still entertaining; doubly so with some great art.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" continues to show off solid, entertaining, outer-space super-hero stories.
So that's what "Supergirl" is like when the title is not trapped in crossovers.
Nothing really progresses in the latest issue of "X-Men: Legacy," but as an extended series of fight and chase scenes it's not bad.
"Fables" goes for one of its patented side-stories, but this time the result is a little underwhelming.
"Realm of Kings: Inhumans" is getting a tiny bit by-the-numbers predictable, unfortunately.
"Joe the Barbarian" is off to a slightly slow start, but given the gist of the series, it makes sense.
The story is good, but the blatant photo-references in the art are getting harder to ignore.
Fans of Brubaker and Epting's "Captain America" will definitely want to read this title if they aren't already.
With its second issue, the idea behind "Daytripper" is starting to become a bit clearer. Perhaps.
Tony Daniel is putting a lot of characters into the mix, but nothing gets lost in the shuffle.
The Secret Six squaring off against the Suicide Squad during Blackest Night seems so natural, it's almost creepy.
Even as an oversized issue, "Adventure Comics" #6 feels a little rushed.