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Of all the spin-off "Blackest Night" mini-series so far, it's Batman that turns out to have the winner.
When I think "comic written by Sean McKeever starring a teen hero," this is the kind of quality I automatically expect.
It's a shame Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's run is almost over, because "Adventure Comics" is awfully fun right now.
"The Incredibles" ongoing series starts here, and it's off to an okay, if slightly uneven start.
"Criminal" returns in a new mini-series, and it continues to be the best book published by Marvel.
Superman's two regular titles might be lackluster these days, but "World of New Krypton" is where it's at.
Even the weakest stories in "Strange Tales" are merely good (rather than great), which is a great hit rate for an anthology.
Andy Diggle and Roberto de la Torre take over "Daredevil" in such a smooth manner that other new creative teams should take note.
Ian Churchill's new style is the best his art has looked, but it doesn't quite fit with this book.
"Blackest Night: Titans" is rapidly proving to be every negative pre-impression that you heard about the "Blackest Night" crossover.
Andy Diggle's "Thunderbolts" is fun, but I wish he'd been in charge when "Dark Reign" wasn't happening.
Astra fans rejoice! One of the most popular "Astro City" characters returns to the spotlight, and age hasn't diminished her charms.
"Fantastic Four" continues to be exciting and fun over Jonathan Hickman's watch, even if the FF appear to all be on steroids.
"Uncanny X-Men" starts "Nation X" here, with a surprisingly thoughtful look at just what the team's new status quo means.
"New Avengers" is entertaining, with another step forward in the power-stealing device, but it seems to be moving awfully slow.
The weaker strips in "Wednesday Comics" are still on shaky ground, but the best pages are still worth the price of admission.
I miss Jerome Opena's art, but "Punisher" under Rick Remender's scripting is still worth reading.
"Mighty Avengers" is amusing, but it actually feels like it's juggling a little too much at once.
"X-Men: Legacy" kicks off its new direction, but don't expect a complete story in this Annual.
What does a DMZ zone do with a nuclear weapon? Anything they want, of course.