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Michael Kaluta stops in for a few issues on "Madame Xanadu," and the end result is breathtakingly beautiful.
"Northlanders" uses a one-off story to portray a massive fight scene, but there's more to the comic than just that.
"Trinity" comes to a close with more of an epilogue than a final chapter, but it's still a satisfying conclusion.
"Supergirl" wraps up its first major story under Sterling Gates, with an ending that makes you hope for an epilogue to smooth things over.
"Batman: Battle for the Cowl" concludes with an ending that makes you feel a little bad for Tony Daniel, because the deck seems stacked against him.
Rick Remender's run on "Punisher" might be firmly set in the Marvel Universe, but it reminds me of Garth Ennis' "Punisher" MAX adults-only series.
"The Umbrella Academy: Dallas" wraps up with a bang—both literal and metaphorical—and with interesting changes for the team.
"Hulk" dishes up more dumb fun, but having the other Defenders in the mix with the Red Hulk somehow makes it more entertaining than normal.
"Booster Gold" seems determined to shed more sales figures with a dull and slightly pointless fill-in.
"House of Mystery" takes a brief detour to its old horror anthology roots, and while it's entertaining enough, regular readers of the new "House of Mystery" might be slightly frustrated.
Have you heard the phrase about everything hitting the fan? That's a good way to describe the latest issue of "Green Lantern Corps."
"Battle for the Cowl: The Network" seems to have a better idea than most on what "Battle for the Cowl" should be like, but the conclusion of this one-shot seems a little too simple.
As "Astro City: The Dark Age" returns, Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson gently bring the reader back up to speed before all hell breaks loose.
Even as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight" wraps up a long-term subplot, it's hard to not itch for the series to start gaining momentum again.
"The Flash: Rebirth" is an all right comic, but it feels odd to be calling an issue of "The Flash" a little... slow.
"Phonogram: The Singles Club" continues with its second spotlight character, in a way that lets you enjoy this comic on its own, or as part of a greater whole.
The penultimate issue of "Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk" is mostly a transition piece to get the characters to the conclusion, but it's an awfully entertaining transition.
Renato Guedes provides stunning visuals to James Robinson's latest "Superman" issue starring Mon-El.
The conclusion of "Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?" is strong, but in a position where it can't possibly live up to expectations.
Readers jumping on board because of the "War of Kings" are bound to be a little confused by this jumble of an issue.