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"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.
"Dark Reign: Young Avengers" is entertaining, but it also feels a bit like a classy version of wheels spinning in place.
Eric Trautmann and Marco Rudy turn "The Shield" into a modern war comic with surprising success.
"Doom Patrol" has nice ideas but still isn't quite clicking. On the bright side, the Metal Men second feature is still fun.
This issue of "Green Lantern Corps" might be a bit confusing for new readers, but there are rewards for those who've been around before now.
Bride of Nine Spiders takes the center stage in this issue of "Immortal Weapons," which turns out to be a good old fashioned horror story.
"Supergirl Annual" #1's two stories fill in gaps in both Supergirl's and Superwoman's lives, but the art holds everything else back.
"Sweet Tooth" has promise, but it's off to an awfully slow start.
Judd Winick and Mark Bagley's run starts winding down before it really even gets started.
"Justice League: Cry for Justice" is improving slightly, but it's still got a long way to go.
"World's Most Wanted" may be ten issues long now, but it's still tense and exciting.
"Codename: Patriot" tries to end with a bang, but it's really more of a thud.
It feels like the new "Justice Society of America" creative team is still finding its footing, here, although there are a couple of amusing moments.
It doesn't matter if you're relatively new to Marvel's space characters, "Nova" eagerly welcomes new readers.